Dil­lon Vs. Michael: “Bring It!”

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GEN­ERAL HOS­PI­TAL’s Dil­lon has proven to be a dream boyfriend to Kiki dur­ing this dif­fi­cult time with her mother, but Robert Palmer Watkins doesn’t want view­ers to for­get his char­ac­ter’s still a Quar­ter­maine!

“I love that Dil­lon’s ul­ti­mately a good guy,” in­sists the ac­tor, who’s en­joyed dig­ging into Kiki’s fam­ily drama. “They’re giv­ing us great ma­te­rial, so that’s awe­some… but be­ing too good for too long gets bor­ing. Plus, you don’t grow up with Tracy and not have some demons! Dil­lon’s a smart guy and he’s pretty in­tu­itive, but as a Quar­ter­maine, he’s also go­ing to have some of that ag­gres­sive, bossy side.”

View­ers caught a glimpse of that streak back when Dil­lon schemed to steal Lulu from Dante and, more re­cently, when Ava was hos­pi­tal­ized and he punched Scotty to pro­tect his girl’s mom. “I loved that,” Watkins raves. “I’m hop­ing they give me more stuff like that. I like the scenes where I get some real di­a­logue or a meaty mo­ment.”

While Dil­lon’s been there for Kiki and re­cently ac­cused Ned of slid­ing back into ELQ, Watkins hopes to see his char­ac­ter get into it with on-screen nephew Michael. “I’ve be­come good friends with Chad Duell, and we work re­ally well to­gether,” the ac­tor says of Michael’s por­trayer. “The fans would like it, and we should have a story to­gether — be­cause we’re fam­ily!”

And while artsy Dil­lon’s never shown much in­ter­est in ELQ, there’s no rea­son he can’t be lured over — es­pe­cially now that his mother’s moved on. “Michael’s ob­vi­ously a big­ger part of ELQ than Dil­lon, but it’s lit­er­ally our fam­ily name, and we both have eq­uity,” Watkins re­minds. “It would make to­tal sense for Dil­lon to cross into that world… and I would love to start feud­ing with Michael. Bring it!”

A new Q bat­tle may be brew­ing.

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