“Loss. A word that isn’t foreign to you. You have had a lot of it in your life haven’t you?” Iris asked. “Loss? Sure, my fair share,” Kyle replied.
“So when Lisbeth left, that must’ve revived a lot of the childhood trauma,” Iris pushed. “No. No, because Lisbeth wasn’t dead,” Kyle snapped back.
But Kyle wasn’t interested in sensationalizing that night for his image or for Terence, who wanted him and the cast of Technicolor Highway to promote the Institute for the Higher Mind on the talk show.
“Look, this isn’t a pleasant memory for any of us, but it makes you look sympathetic. And given then rumors out there, it’s not a bad thing. This is all for the greater good,” Terence assured Kyle.
It’s safe to say Kyle wasn’t feeling the interview and it looked like he wasn’t feeling Xavier (Ruffin Prentiss) for Technicolor Highway anymore either. With cheating rumors swirling, Kyle started taking his frustrations out on his lead actor.