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|granolagirl||Sep 29 2013, 06:24 PM|
Not here for St. Jack of the Immaculate Redemption
Yep -- Jo was as much a part of the complicated dynamics of that story as anyone else.|
The scene where Kayla and Steve told her that Jack -- her baby boy -- had raped Kayla was very good.
I think so, too. And I don't think Kayla is obligated to help preserve JJ's illusions about his father. She has been forced to have a relationship with her rapist because he was part of her family, and made the best of it, but how long are you obligated to continue that facade after his death? When does she get the opportunity to live in her truth?
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