This post will contains spoilers from the series, which, if you haven’t watched fully, you may discover some important plot points.

The whole gist of the show is that he’s talking to an older guy, who we discover is his dad; who mentors him as a figment of his imagination -think Fight Club-, and we discover at the end that he actually abused him, and he hid it so much in his subconscious that he…

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