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|Kriss4||Oct 4 2013, 12:33 AM|
I think part of the reason it bothers me, too, is because it's an echo.
When Steve found out Jack was Billy and that he was dying, Steve dumped Kayla because Jack loved her. Steve left her in the dark, bewildered. He hoped she'd turn to Jack, who needed her, and she did.
I felt it was like she didn't count then. Jack counted. He was the priority. Kayla wasn't.
With Jack, Kayla didn't count, either. He "loved" her, but he didn't know or care about her dreams, only his own. She counted later, when Jack grew up some, but for a long time, she didn't.
She was even supposed to live in the Deveraux house. She didn't mind, did she? Jack asked, assuming she'd be fine with it.
And now, for Jack's son, she tries to cover her slip, because JJ counts. She's standing there remembering one of the worst, most traumatic moments of her life, and she has to protect JJ.
She doesn't count, once again.
Or does she?
Edited by Kriss4, Oct 4 2013, 12:35 AM.
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