Does Orwell really have feelings for Vince?

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Judging from the hallucinations Orwell had in "The Lich, Part 2", she's got some feelings for Vince -- although you can say he's just a representation of The Lich in her mind, only someone who'll keep her safe. Considering that the drug traps someone inside her own thoughts, does Orwell really have feelings, or is it all a red herring?
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I was hoping that she did have feelings for Vince. How could she not, when she's working beside him, and he's dressed up like that, looking all attractive and heroic? What women wouldn't have feelings for him? I wish that they would ditch that awful character '' Trip ''. In general, I think he just ruins the show, because if Orwell really did have feelings for Vince, that would make him as a '' home wrecker''. Whereas , if there wasn't a child present, it would still be viewed as bad, but not nearly as bad, with a child present. Maybe it would be great if Vince found out that his own wife was a bad evil person, and he also found out that Trip wasn't his son, but belonged to another man. Maybe he could find out that Trip, was really secretly fathered by another man, and he was never informed about it? and somehow his wife is found out to be evil in some way; and she's really up to no good, on finding out the truth about Vince's death...or trying to cover up his name...or clear his name...
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