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The flashbacks to when Jarod and Miss Parker were children, including their first kiss, Miss Parker and her relationship with Broots' daughter, Debbie during. This is an article for a list of some of the main and notable characters that appear (or have Following his escapes, Jarod enjoys sparring with Miss Parker over the phone. He often, comically, uses her . Kyle learned of this connection and targeted Tashman to learn more about his parents. Tashman also informs Jarod that. personal information, including your religious or political views, health, racial background, country of origin, sexual identity and/or personal relationships.
Kyle is told that Jarod is dead and is forbidden to have contact with others. He is forced to live in SL 27 while Raines uses negative reinforcement to warp him into a sociopathic personality. Kyle it taught to believe in the mantra: As an adult, Kyle leaves the Centre years before Jarod does the same. As he later explains, his "brain was mush" by this time and his only purpose became to learn about his parents. During his travels, Kyle stalks and psychologically torments several people, though he never kills them.
His quest for answers leads him to a former nun named Harriet Tashman and he kidnaps her. However, Tashman is able to escape and this leads to Kyle being arrested. His identity unknown, he is imprisoned simply as "John Doe.
Jarod who only left the Centre himself less than a year earlierlearns of Kyle's escape on the news and recognizes him as the boy he burned with acid years before.
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Posing as an FBI agent named Jarod Ness, he examines Kyle's cell and finds a journal that has "I decide who lives or dies" written repeatedly on every page. Kyle is captured while Jarod escapes. Jarod only then discovers from Harriet Tashman that she briefly knew his parents and that Kyle is actually his brother.
Tashman assumes that Jarod and Kyle did not remember they had a sibling, or the faces of their parents, due to memory repression bought on by the trauma of kidnapping and the experiments of the Centre.
While a nun, Jarod's parents came to the convent where Tashman lived.
Kyle learned of this connection and targeted Tashman to learn more about his parents. Tashman also informs Jarod that his parents had a daughter named Emily some time after he and Kyle were kidnapped. Jarod breaks into the Centre and, with help, is frees Kyle.
Jarod convinces Kyle that he is the same boy who befriended him years ago and that they are brothers. Kyle is initially suspicious but comes to realizes the truth. Jarod helps Kyle remember more of his past and reveals that he has learned they have a sister. Despite Kyle's crimes, Jarod accepts him and asks that they work together the learn more about their past.
Tashman joins Kyle and Jarod, bringing a lead that their parents are in Boston. As the FBI arrives, the three attempt to escape in a van but crash after they're fired upon. Injured, Kyle tells Jarod to continue without him: Don't tell them what I became. The van explodes and Jarod is forced to continue in his quest alone. Later on, Jarod calls Sydney and asks where his brother is buried, only to be told that the van burned for a long time and that no remains were found.
The boy is in need of a heart transplant, but his condition is more difficult to fix since he has the same rare blood type that Kyle and Jarod have. Events lead to Jarod being imprisoned by an enemy but then Kyle arrives and frees him.
It is revealed that Kyle survived the FBI attack and caused the explosion himself to cover his escape. Kyle is determined to have vengeance on the Centre, killing all its members if necessary. Jarod argues that they don't need to succumb to vengeance and violence. By the end of the episode, after helping Jarod help others, Kyle admits that altruism may be a greater cause than vengeance. Minutes later, the two are confronted by an enemy and Kyle sacrifices himself to save Jarod's life.
Heartbroken, Jarod then donates Kyle's heart to J. Miller, ensuring that his brother saves one more life. In reality, he was abducted shortly after birth and given up for adoption. He was given the name Bobby Bowman by his adoptive parents. The teenage Bobby ran away from home, faked his death, and has since been known only as Lyle the name of his abusive foster father.
Lyle dabbled for a few years in Asian organized crime, even a group of cannibals known as the Snake Eaters; a tattoo of a snake devouring itself is once spotted on his shoulder. Lyle maintains his links to criminals in that region.
His time overseas was also spent dating and marrying several Asian women, whom he has a proclivity toward. He is also suspected of having mutilated and murdered at least one of his wives in the past. Lyle surfaces in Blue Cove, Delaware, where he is given a top position at the Centre. Parker does not initially realize that she is related to Lyle, which leaves her perplexed as to why he was so quickly promoted.
At one point, Lyle is requested by one of his old Yakuza contacts to kill a witness of a Yakuza related crime in exchange for 20 million dollars.
Jarod is outraged at the use of one of his simulations for this plan, and foils it.
In retaliation, the crime bosses sever Lyle's thumb from his left hand. Although Lyle later harvests the left thumb of the then-comatose Mr. Raines and has it attached to his own hand, he eventually returns the digit to Raines as a show of loyalty when Raines is placed in charge of the Centre. Lyle is also notable for his murder of Jarod's brother, Kyle.
Parker is Chairman of the Centre and has occasionally been forced to work with Raines in order to ensure his position. Pavlov to my dog, provider, protector, patriarch. You see I'm extremely valuable to The Centre. And while I search for who I am Both became friends and spent time investigating the sublevels of The Centre alongside their friend Angelo.
When Miss Parker is sent away to school, they lose contact and the next time they meet, Miss Parker is Jarod's huntress. They have an almost-kiss moment on the isle of Carthis where they were both searching for clues to their past. When Jarod asked Miss Parker "What about us? Jarod, as a young boy, longing for a father-figure tried to 'adopt' his mentor Sydney as a dad, but the logical scientist would not befriend his charge in that way.
After Jarod escaped The Centre, he keeps in touch with his mentor and clearly shows a fondness for him although he does not hesitate to question Sydney's ties with The Centre and his actions in working for The Centre to keep Jarod a prisoner.
Angelo - Angelo crackerjack turns out to be Jarod's inside contact after he escapes The Centre, feeding him information and giving him opportunities to capitalise on Angelo's near-invisibility at The Centre. Romantic relationships Jarod has had through the series four relationships, that can be considered romantic. Miss Parker - He has shown considerate amount of romantic affection towards Miss Parker, including a Valentine's surprise "B my Valentine". Nia - A volunteer, who Jarod meets while saving a young boy from certain death in Ranger Jarod.
They share a passionate kiss and Jarod promises to return, but before he could do so, he met Zoey and fell in love. Zoey - Jarod meets Zoey on his first experience of a Road Trip. They have a romantic evening and Jarod ends up talking her out of suicide and helping her confront her family and face the reality of her illness. She then re-enters his life after claiming her disease is in total remission and the two have another romantic evening that is cut short when Jarod's father calls to tell him he has found Jarod's sister Emily.
Aliases Jarod does not know his real last name, but in almost every episode, he assumes a last name or an alias that has some connection to the person he is pretending to be, his occupation or sometimes, on the spur of the moment, he picks a word from a sign.
As a fertility specialist, he was Dr. Spock, as a plastic surgeon, he was Dr.
Clay studied at the Claydough Institute and as a professor, he was Jarod Howard.