You know how they say not to date co-workers? This is why. On this week’s ‘The Night Shift,’ Jordan and T.C. come face-to-face for an emotional and very honest conversation.
We all knew this was coming. It was only a matter of time until Jordan (Jill Flint) and T.C. (Eoin Macken) would actually have to talk about their past and future — and that goes down this week. Watch this exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s episode of The Night Shift.
In a struggle to make conversation at the soda machine, the now broken up pair end up talking about her patient — a bride. Talk about bringing up a sore subject. “For better, for worse, right?” Jordan says. Yikes! After a sight moment of silence, leave it to T.C. to say the perfect thing.
“See that’s where we were smart — we spread our worst out over eight years,” he said. “Yeah we did. There was a lot of good too,” she answered. Their chemistry is definitely so perfect. And with that, they tell each other that in the end, they just want each other to be happy. Granted we don’t know if this was before or after he sees her kiss her new fireman friend. But regardless.
“Jordan and T.C. went through a lot last year, trying to give it a second chance. Her being pregnant accelerated everything much faster than she was ready for,” Jill told HollywoodLife.com exclusively during ATX TV Festival. “Moving forward, She breaks up with the one man that she’s been tied to for so long, that she’s karmically tied to. She probably will love for the rest of her life, but ultimately isn’t really right of r her. She’s trying to figure out who she without him. She’s trying to date which is interesting for her because she’s mid 30s and the dating scene has changed! There’s apps, there’s all sorts of crazy things involved! She just doesn’t know how to do it; she’s stumbling through it and figuring out who she wants, what she wants, and who she is.”
“Any of us together, there’s this slight tension,” Jill said about the Scott/T.C./Jordan triangle, that seems to never really end. Scott Wolf also chimed to add that yes, he’s still “kind of” involved. “That story evolves in a really interesting way, in an organic way, in a way that I feel like none of us could have planned for or thought of but it just feels really human and honest and interesting,” he added.
You can watch The Night Shift on Wednesdays at 10PM.