It's especially hard for Nicole [Marguerite Mac Intyre], who's poured so much of herself into this boy and feels rejected by him. Dallas: The Kyle/Jessi thing in the forest ends with a very climactic action sequence. What can you tell us about the second half of the season? TVGuide.com: Kyle did a lot of growing up this season, and he is, after all, a teenager. Kyle finds that the Latnok student group is a hip college hang-out for young and bright minds, including Jackie and Mark. TVGuide.com: What exactly are Kyle and Jessi looking for? They've got a few pieces of the puzzle — a photo from the past that seems to be Adam Baylin [the scientist who created Kyle and Jessi] and a mysterious woman, and they've got the Látnok box and ring, which leads them to more clues, and ultimately they find a huge surprise waiting for them in the forest. Dallas: Let's say someone from the past shows up unexpectedly.TVGuide.com: We learned recently that Kyle and Jessi can get inside each others' minds. Dallas: Jessi gets into Kyle's head and accesses information. TVGuide.com: What are the Tragers — Kyle's adopted family — going through tonight?It is definitely a character with depth, which is a nice change. I love being on airplanes, or in airports, or on trains. We used to call him Old Yeller all the time and we would sing the song to him.I really wanted to get involved in this project because it is one of those shows [where] you can challenge yourselfwhich I enjoy doing as an actor. I would say that's probably one of the most influential books that I have read. I like the feeling of being away from home, [and] out of your element. Kirsten: I've got so many: The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, This Is Spinal Tap, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Footloose, and of course, Labyrinth.Jessi and Kyle become partners, which brings mixed results. (re: Jessi's apartment) Andy: How did you get the keys to this place anyway?
When last we saw Kyle, he snuck out of the Trager house to go after Jessi (Jaimie Alexander). Dallas: He finds her and he's able to really connect with her and say, "Look, we're going to figure this out together. But Kyle and Jessi have a unique connection he'll never share with anyone else, and when they go off on the journey, they really start to form a special bond.He uses 90 percent of his brain as opposed to normal humans, who use only about 10 percent, and he doesn't have a belly button. It is one of those series that you watch, and when you stop watching it, you remember it. Matt: Honestly, it was definitely one of the most fun things that I have done.It was challenging, because I was in almost every scene, but I probably had a total of five lines in the whole pilot.Tony Geary AKA Empress Dowager Geary is the gayest man in the history of soaps but won't officially come out.However everyone knows he's family and he is the grande dame of soaps not Susan Lucci or even Deidre Hall come close. I know you said out, but Jacob Young is one closet gay slut.