To the Last Man

Talks to Gwen and Jack. Watches Tommy unfreezing. Having tea with Tommy and the team. Talks to Gwen about past Torchwood members. Stays with Tommy. Helps the team.

Ianto takes Jack´s orders and tries to be around him as much as he can. He admits how much he would miss Jack if Jack would go back to his time. He kisses Jack passionately.

Best Quote:
Ianto: "Nothing changes."

Best Dialog:
Jack: "This time tomorrow, he'll be back in 1918."
Ianto: "In his own time. Would you go back to yours? If you could?"
Jack: "Why, would you miss me?"
Ianto: "Yep."
Jack: "I left home a long time ago. I don't really know where I really belong. Maybe that doesn't matter anymore."
Ianto: "I Ė donít you get lonely."
Jack: "Going home wouldn't fix that. Being here, I've seen things I never dreamt I'd see. Loved people I never
would have known if I'd just stayed where I was. And I wouldn't change that for the world."

Ianto is still unsure about Jack´s feelings for him. He thinks Jack wants to be anywhere but here with him.
But in his way Jack tells him how much he cares for Ianto and he doesn´t intend to leave.


How many times does Jack die?

The bond between Gwen and Ianto gets stronger. They talk about Torchwood members who were all dying young.
Gwen orders him to bloody cheer up. Oh Gwen! It´s good you didn´t know then.

My Comment:
A Tosh-centric episode but also the best and hottest gay kiss I have ever seen on TV until this day.
Everything was perfect in this moment. The talk Ianto and Jack have. The looks. The touching. The kiss. *fans herself*
In retrospect the most interesting but cruel part is the conversation between Ianto and Gwen about Torchwood members
dying all very young. The talked about one was 26 years old. Well, wasn´t that foreshadowing.

Dear Janto