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Bridgerton: Jack Featherington’s Twist Was Hidden In His Name

Bridgerton season 2 often emphasized his Jack’s nickname too; when Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) first refers to Bridgerton’s Lord Featherington as Cousin Jack, Portia is shocked and slightly unnerved by the familial term. Additionally, when Jack is engaged to Prudence (Bessie Carter), she still refers to him as Cousin Jack despite Portia’s objections. Portia knows about Jack’s empty mines at this point, and although her objections are against highlighting the cousin relation between Jack and Prudence, it could also be a rejection of the nickname which reveals his worthless mines.

The emphasis on the nickname Cousin Jack throughout Bridgerton season 2 suggests it was not just a coincidence but a big easter egg to Jack Featherington’s big twist. However, it was only his family who called him this, and Bridgerton is set in 1813, before the Cornish diaspora. This would imply that the nickname was an easter egg for the audience to pick up on, particularly as Bridgerton uses plenty of Jane Auster easter eggs and is not something that the characters could have worked out. especially as none of his and Portia’s investors would have known him as Cousin Jack.

In Bridgerton season 2’s final episode, “The Viscount Who Loved Me”, Portia sends Jack back to America penniless. This makes his nickname of Cousin Jack still very fitting as he is emigrating back to America due to empty mines. Therefore, Jack Featherington’s nickname, which hid his biggest twist also predicted the character’s season 2 ending.


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Bridgerton: Jack Featherington’s Twist Was Hidden In His Name

Bridgerton season 2 often emphasized his Jack’s nickname too; when Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) first refers to Bridgerton’s Lord Featherington as Cousin Jack, Portia is shocked and slightly unnerved by the familial term. Additionally, when Jack is engaged to Prudence (Bessie Carter), she still refers to him as Cousin Jack despite Portia’s objections. Portia knows about Jack’s empty mines at this point, and although her objections are against highlighting the cousin relation between Jack and Prudence, it could also be a rejection of the nickname which reveals his worthless mines.
The emphasis on the nickname Cousin Jack throughout Bridgerton season 2 suggests it was not just a coincidence but a big easter egg to Jack Featherington’s big twist. However, it was only his family who called him this, and Bridgerton is set in 1813, before the Cornish diaspora. This would imply that the nickname was an easter egg for the audience to pick up on, particularly as Bridgerton uses plenty of Jane Auster easter eggs and is not something that the characters could have worked out. especially as none of his and Portia’s investors would have known him as Cousin Jack.

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In Bridgerton season 2’s final episode, “The Viscount Who Loved Me”, Portia sends Jack back to America penniless. This makes his nickname of Cousin Jack still very fitting as he is emigrating back to America due to empty mines. Therefore, Jack Featherington’s nickname, which hid his biggest twist also predicted the character’s season 2 ending.

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#Bridgerton #Jack #Featheringtons #Twist #Hidden

Bridgerton: Jack Featherington’s Twist Was Hidden In His Name

Bridgerton season 2 often emphasized his Jack’s nickname too; when Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) first refers to Bridgerton’s Lord Featherington as Cousin Jack, Portia is shocked and slightly unnerved by the familial term. Additionally, when Jack is engaged to Prudence (Bessie Carter), she still refers to him as Cousin Jack despite Portia’s objections. Portia knows about Jack’s empty mines at this point, and although her objections are against highlighting the cousin relation between Jack and Prudence, it could also be a rejection of the nickname which reveals his worthless mines.
The emphasis on the nickname Cousin Jack throughout Bridgerton season 2 suggests it was not just a coincidence but a big easter egg to Jack Featherington’s big twist. However, it was only his family who called him this, and Bridgerton is set in 1813, before the Cornish diaspora. This would imply that the nickname was an easter egg for the audience to pick up on, particularly as Bridgerton uses plenty of Jane Auster easter eggs and is not something that the characters could have worked out. especially as none of his and Portia’s investors would have known him as Cousin Jack.

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In Bridgerton season 2’s final episode, “The Viscount Who Loved Me”, Portia sends Jack back to America penniless. This makes his nickname of Cousin Jack still very fitting as he is emigrating back to America due to empty mines. Therefore, Jack Featherington’s nickname, which hid his biggest twist also predicted the character’s season 2 ending.

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#Bridgerton #Jack #Featheringtons #Twist #Hidden


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