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Sep 27 2013, 06:27 PM
Sep 27 2013, 05:57 PM
In real life these things happen, an idolized father's sins are uncovered by his children after his death. In real life this would push an already troubled young man over the edge. He would be angry, very angry at everyone who was not honest with him. He would be angry at his sainted father, his deceptive mother, his sister and all relatives who he feels kept him in the dark while they all knew the truth. He would not embrace Taniel or anything to do with "let's pretend". But, this is DOOL! Sooooo JJ will probably go into the light of the orange glow.
Not only does this happen in real life, but it happened to Jack when he found out the truth about his adoption and about the exploits of his two dads. Jack was angry for a long time with everyone, and especially with those who had withheld the truth from him "for his own good."

There's no question this is an area ripe for drama. I just hate that all of that potential is in the hands of these particular writers, who don't have a good track record in this area.

So maybe Abby's comment to JJ about being his father's son could be fore shadowing?
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