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The White Lotus' Leo Woodall Doesn't Think Jack Is Living His Best Life Post-Finale

Many of us still may be recovering from the devastating events of "The White Lotus" Season 2 finale. Jennifer Coolidge's Tanya was the only prominent cast member to return from Season 1, but it tragically did not guarantee her safety. Though she takes out a boat full of would-be assassins trying to murder her for her money, she doesn't quite stick the landing. Literally. Tanya falls off the boat, hitting her head on the way down, which lands her a watery grave off the Sicilian coast.

That put a pretty decisive end to the most pressing question of the season, but many elements still remain ambiguous. We know for sure that Quentin (Tom Hollander) collaborated with Tanya's estranged husband Greg (Jon Gries) in the murderous plot, but what about the mysterious Jack (Leo Woodall)? The exact nature of Jack and alleged Uncle Quentin's intimate relationship is never clarified, nor Jack's role in the murder plot specifically. According to Woodall, in a recent interview, many of these questions may lie with Mike White. However, the actor does have some idea about Jack's future following the finale.

Jack's life is in shambles (again)

As soon as one question is answered in "The White Lotus," another crops up. In Jack's case, we still don't know much about him. Jack's ultimate job is never revealed or how he is involved in this scheme. Perhaps it was his job to dispose of Portia (Haley Lu Richardson), but that never comes to pass. Instead, we get subtle references to Jack's dark past. Details are not mentioned, but Jack does hint that he was so lost only Quentin could pull him out of his "hole." Now that his benefactor is gone and Jack has let Portia go, he is on his own.

"I think it's going to be really, really crap for him," Leo Woodall confessed to The Hollywood Reporter. "I really do feel for him. I think Quentin being gone, he's going to be very lost, and he's going to be very hurt, very upset, and he's probably going to be very angry. Maybe he'd like to go and hunt down Greg or something. I don't really know. But I think in the immediate future, post-Quentin death, he could go back into that deep hole." Mike White never elaborated on Jack's past, and Woodall didn't want to get bogged down on the details. But now that he has no options, he may have to backslide to where he once was. Whatever that might be.