Mark told AccessHollywood.com about how those things come into play in tonight’s mid-season finale after we asked him about a recent cast dinner, where he landed in the seat opposite “The Tomorrow People” newcomer Simon (The Founder).
I want to hear your perspective of the cast dinner where you and Simon somehow managed to sit opposite each other and laugh bad guy style throughout the event.
Oh yeah! Yes. Boy, you’ve got your ears really close to the ground there. Yeah. We ended up sitting across from each other and talked the entire night and drank wine and laughed and bonded and have become friends.
John chose not to kill your character in last week’s episode. How does Jedekiah feel? His ‘son’ shot all the way around him.
You know, I wish John would acknowledge that he loves me as much as I love him. He’s in ‘rebellious son’ mode and he just seems to be saying that he hates me, but I think what he did or couldn’t do that day pretty much shows that his feelings for me go a lot deeper than he admits.
And what does that mean to Jedekiah going forward with John now in custody?
It’s very precarious, obviously, because I have The Founder looking over my shoulder, so it’s not like I can protect him if I have to. I have to present the most loyal of fronts to Ultra and that’s very dangerous and there’s even more of a pickle you know because now you’ve seen I’m in love with a Tomorrow Person and she can likely become a bargaining chip or a tool to use against me, to blackmail me.
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