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Kirk Bowers
Kirk
Season 3, 5
Ability Eliminate oxygen in an area
Occupation Unknown
First Appearance Burned
Last Appearance Chemistry
Relationships The Guard (member)
Appeared In 5 episodes
Status Desceased
Actor Bernard Robichaud

Kirk Bowers is a member of The Guard, and a resident of Haven, Maine.

History Edit

When Ginger Danvers was kidnapped by the Guard as an insurance to ensure Audrey Parker entered the Barn, Kirk seemed to be the one in charge of the operation. When Nathan Wuornos sided with Audrey over the Guard, Kirk deemed him as a hostile. Kirk was later present at The Barn itself when Audrey was about to enter, until he was ordered by Vince Teagues to leave, which he did so obediently.

In Mortality, Kirk confronts Dwight about wasting his time with Charlotte Cross while people are dying in town. Kirk makes it clear to Dwight that he disapproves of him being leader. Dwight orders him home but when Kirk heads down the hallway, Duke knocks him out, unknowingly causing Kirk's trouble to activate.

In Reflections he is spotted stealing the Aether from the precinct; Dwight concludes that Kirk has gone over the edge and lost his mind, desperate to end his Trouble. Nathan and Duke find Kirk's residence behind a strip club, but Kirk is absent, along with the Aether. In Chemistry he is confronted by Duke at the docks, who believes Kirk has kidnapped Mara and demanding to know where she is. When he struggles and insists that he doesn't know, Duke's trouble kicks in and Duke accidentally kills him, absorbing Kirk's Trouble in the process.

AppearancesEdit

Season Three
301:
Absent
Stay:
Absent
The Farmer:
Absent
Over My Head:
Absent
Double Jeopardy:
Absent
Real Estate:
Absent
Magic Hour: Part 1:
Absent
Magic Hour: Part 2:
Absent
Sarah:
Absent
Burned:
Appears
Last Goodbyes:
Absent
Reunion:
Mentioned
Thanks For The Memories:
Appears
Season Five
See No Evil:
Absent
Speak No Evil:
Absent
Spotlight:
Absent
Much Ado About Mara:
Absent
The Old Switcheroo: Part 1:
Absent
The Old Switcheroo: Part 2:
Absent
Nowhere Man:
Absent
Exposure:
Absent
Morbidity:
Absent
Mortality:
Appears
Reflections:
Appears
Chemistry:
Appears
Chosen:
Absent
New World Order:
Absent
Power:
Absent
The Trial of Nathan Wuornos:
Absent
Enter Sandman:
Absent
Wild Card:
Absent
Perditus:
Absent
Just Passing Through:
Absent
Close to Home:
Absent
A Matter of Time:
Absent
Blind Spot:
Absent
The Widening Gyre:
Absent
Now:
Absent
Forever:
Absent

Notes Edit

  • Kirk's last name of "Bowers" is a reference to Henry Bowers from Stephen King's other work "It", and may be related to Henry somehow. If so, this would explain why Kirk was so unstable, as it is made clear that both Henry and his father Butch are highly sociopathic
  • It has been inferred that Kirk may have had something to do with the death of Dwight's daughter Lizzie, hence why there is so much animosity between the two

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