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If you were suppressed by what happened at the end of this week That's we well, star Justin Hartley says it was Kevin.
As those who are watching Songbird Road: Part Two, Kevo's mission is to help his newly discovered uncle Nick deal with post-traumatic stress disorders and alcoholism, quite impressively. And when Kevin himself went to the Nicky trailer to assess some of his repair work, he liquidated a serious amount of his uncle's drink, ending a period of soberness that began when Kev was rehabilitating last season.
" I knew what was happening, but I don't think Kevin did," says Hartley. “I don't think he was expecting it to happen. He had the impression that he was still in control of this thing.
The executive producer / grandmother Isaac Apaktor notes that the sudden backwardness of Kevin's emotional journey to the truth behind Jack's Medallion was "a real blow" to (former) Man. "It's a low point, and he turned to what he was trying to reach for things that are a bottle."
The open conversation with TVLine, Hartley explores how "family schism" unfolded over the last few episodes seriously challenged Kevin's memories about Jack. "All he thought about his father," he says, "his ears have now been turned on."
Read how Hartley divides the episode and suggests his thoughts on the nearest Kev
] TVLINE ] | Who first heard that Kevin was going to drink after long drinks?
One of the things I was thinking of if he called Zoe, and she chose and could talk about what might happen in a minute, I wonder if he would have gone this way? It's a real thing, it's going on all the time. People get sober and then "fall off the wagon" and they are sober again … It's just a daily struggle for it. We hope he will do it now. Hopefully he will not have such a big, huge thing. But gosh, is it a heart break, isn't it? Because I feel like he is far away, and now we're back here.
TVLINE | How do you think this development can play between Kevin and Zoe?
There are many things that go with it, right? This idea that he has control over this thing and their relationship is based on this fact. And then she will find out that he is not quite right now, of course. He doesn't care for himself. Kevin, he has such a great spirit. And he has this idea that he can solve many problems. He's really good at fixing other people or helping other people and staying where needed.
Just walking through it: He goes out of rehabilitation, and he immediately begins to wait for job prospects and goes to the movie premiere, which apparently goes really well. Then he meets a woman, falls in love with her and goes to her place – and we don't see her in [Alcoholics Anonymous] meetings. We don't see him with the sponsor. We don't see that he's ever talking about alcohol. He does what he did to his father, and it is so interesting how the patterns are repeated. He was the one who said, "Listen, I don't need to constantly cry. My father's dead, big thing, okay? It happened a long time ago. I'm through it. Everything is fine. Then you realize that it is just his way to fight it and not to behave with it, and that is the same thing he does with his addiction, and he returns to him. Yes, it is.
There is confusion, humiliation, helplessness, feeling of failure. Feeling, "I lied to these people, now I have to pick up the pieces." He will probably go into something hidden and try to make sure that people do not understand what he is up to, which is the signal sign. So everything is probably going to happen. I hope not, but probably so.
TVLINE | Up is that when it happens to you, you will get good things you can play.
[ Laughs ] Well, yes. I know. What does selfishness mean, but I'm 100% complete? I agree with you.
TVLINE | Arrive at AA meetings. I would like to mention that we have not seen anything. You also say that this is not the case?
Yes … I thought, 'Well, maybe they just don't ask for it. Maybe he's going to meetings and they just don't write. “But you know our writers don't do that. That would have been a comment. He should, you know, instead of going through the door and like, "Oh yes, I met the manufacturer," said [Zoe]: "How was your meeting?" And he would have said, "It was good," and then they continued their life. [The writers] does not shine, so I really believe he is not going to. I do not have it as a fact, but so I played it right, he ignores taking care of himself, caring for others, and making sure that this new relationship he is doing well with Vietnam and with Zoe and all of it, and saying, "I don't want to move and weaken things, and then get it back." I think he just ignores self-care, honestly.