Not the approaching out story we anticipated.
Within the Nov. 18 episode of Ghosts, titled “D&D,” viewers watched as Isaac (Brandon Scott Jones), the ghost of a Revolutionary War soldier, made a stunning confession: He is a assassin. A flashback scene revealed that Isaac by accident shot his British rival, Nigel, whereas admiring the adversary by an eyeglass he mounted on a rifle.
This was understandably stunning information to Nigel, nevertheless it was much more shocking for us tuning in, as we thought Isaac was going to disclose his true emotions in regards to the British soldier. Isaac’s sexuality has been implied all through the collection, with the 245-year-old ghost even seemingly crushing on Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) at one level.
And, in “D&D,” the man ghosts urged that Isaac and Nigel have been crushing on one another for a while. So why did not Isaac inform Nigel how he actually feels within the new episode?
Nicely, in line with Brandon, this is only one step in Isaac’s greater journey of self-discovery. “Sure, Isaac comes out of the closet on this episode, however not essentially as a gay,” he solely informed E! Information, “however as a assassin.”
Per Brandon, Isaac has suffered “a whole lot of guilt and a whole lot of disgrace” over this accident, and presumably blamed his sexuality within the course of.