Do you think George partly wants to stay in Chatswin because of Dallas?
How does he feel about the end of their relationship? He maybe secretly understands that perhaps he didn't love her as much as she needed and so he suspects there could be some validity to her actions. At a certain point, we actually recruit our daughters to be basically our lawyers and divide up locations within the town so that we don't run the risk of running into each other.
In fact, Tessa stayed in Chatswin when she stayed with her mom over the summer.
The dirty little secret they have is that Chatswin has grown on them in ways they can't even explain. I think maybe George, even more than Tessa, has found a way of life that, even though in some ways they find it completely repulsive, in another way he finds it very nurturing and something that he really appreciates and enjoys.
But he's really hurt and angry and the beginning of this season. But the season brings our relationship to a whole other level and, in a way, kind of back to where they were before they got together.
They have feelings for each other, but they're just so different that it almost works more if those feelings are not manifested.
When they did put them together, he was more unpredictable and irrational than when they were just pining for each other. It's hard to say what's going to happen from one season to the next.
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