"Don't stop there, Veronica. Say it. What's my usual way?"
"You stand idly by."
As different as Veronica is after the death of Duncan's sister, Lilly, Duncan may have experienced an even more radical transformation. Apple of his mother's eye, the old Duncan seemed fun, gentle and caring, at least until he unceremoniously dumped Veronica shortly before Lilly's death.
When Lilly was murdered, much of the life in Duncan drained away. He woodenly functioned on a cocktail of anti-depressants and epilepsy medication, claiming to remember nothing of the day Lilly died, a claim that shielded him from the questions he should be asking and the ones he should be answering.
There may be a darker side to Duncan Kane, one triggered by his condition or a part of his nature. If his best friend, Logan Echolls, is to be believed, Duncan attacked Jake and remembered nothing. Lilly died and Duncan remembered nothing. Convenience or malady? Either could mark him a killer. One his parents may do anything to protect.
Off anti-depressants, newly-elected President of the Student Body Council, the sweet Meg Manning at his side, Duncan was starting to regain his place as king of Neptune High. Until, prompted by Veronica's probing into secrets he didn't want to share or his probing into his own mind, Duncan took flight. With cash, lots of it, as befits a Kane.
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Teddy Dunn plays Duncan Kane.