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He also teased "No Regrets," tonight's episode, and elaborated on Ward's relationship with Daisy -- er, we mean Skye. RELATED: Gotham. Depression Therapists in Seattle, WA Madison Park and Montlake. Skye Saveson, Counselor I am able to provide counseling to couples & families facing serious difficulties pertaining to grief, loss, .. Alison Ward, Psychologist. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Beverly Skye's Conflict Resolution, Creative Play, Relationship Coach, Counselor, Sexual Issues, who requested a spiritual component at Riverfront, an in-patient psychiatric ward.
So what happened in the middle, between kiss-kiss and bang-bang?
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Some of it is straight plot. Ward turns out to be a sleeper agent for H. Skye lures him into a public place and then calls the authorities on him. Ward submits to cooperating with S.
The first half of the second season is peppered with conversations between them that have higher stakes and more tension than almost anything else in the show. On one hand, Skye is perfectly justified for wanting nothing to do with Ward—and wanting him dead, too—even if she did like him, quite a bit, before learning about his past.
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She presently sits on the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia board as their secretary and research sub-committee chair. It was really, really cool. It was kind of our own version of Project Mayhem, if that makes any sense. It's a "Fight Club" reference.
What can you tease about his reaction to that bombshell? It's funny you should mention that, because -- when she tells me -- I'm drinking a cup of coffee and I do this great spit take and it gets all over Simmons, and then I have to clean up the mess and just apologize profusely and then I have another sip of coffee and then she tells me again and then I do another spit take.
So really there's a whole act of maybe 15 minutes of us doing spit takes. So that's the whole episode, right? It doesn't really seem in keeping with the show, but we thought it would be a fun little thing to do. Yeah, it's a big revelation. I think that that's a big huge thing to tell anyone, and it's not something that people I think are like, "Cool! But yes, it's a very big pill to swallow, so I think the reaction is going to be complex.
This is a construct of Aida's doing, and so she's aggregated all of these thoughts and impressions from everyone else. This is a Grant Ward created in her image in a way, and so everyone else is reading a lot of these things onto Grant Ward, but -- for Grant Ward -- he woke up and it's a Tuesday.
He has no idea about any of this stuff, so it will be interesting. Yeah, it will be interesting. He exists in the Framework exclusively; everyone else has some sort of real world counterpart. We'll see how willing he is to accept that. Does that help or hinder his dynamic with Simmons? You know, it seems like -- no matter what I do -- Simmons always has a chip on her shoulder about me. And again, as I was saying, for Grant Ward, he's like, "What in the world is going on?