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|Hilary||Sep 30 2013, 04:52 PM|
Well, I don't think Kayla would, either. I think it's established that Kayla and Jack had established a pretty decent civility between them. I use the term "civility" carefully, as I don't want to assign any real feelings for Jack for or against to Kayla, as it really depended on the writing team at the time <eyeroll>. Now I dunno how they're gonna play it this week, but I don't see this as a "secret" from Abby & JJ so much as they are children. Now they're teenage children, yes, but children, nonetheless, and I'm thinking it's up to their mother and father to discuss this with them. If they chose not to have done that, and I were Kayla in the situation and history we've got in canon, then I would have respected those wishes and not said anything. Kayla also, clearly, did not dwell on it; it wasn't a central part of her existence in the family. So, not sure it would have come up organically anyway. Then again, it is rape.
I can see how this is JJ's story and not Kayla's. I am over the moon that they're gonna address this with the actual actor involved! I wonder if their mother's rape will come into play at all. Anyway, I cannot freaking wait. But I think it's valid to say that a Kayla would not want to sully the image of their father by telling them about her rape of her own volition. Now that it's coming out, I can see where she chooses to be honest. But not having discussed it with them yet? Agree with that characterization of Kayla, it's not in her nature to have revealed that to them without cause, and I do see this as JJ's story and not a Jack character assassination. I'm looking really forward to seeing it.
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