Damon: There are different facets of my personality that are reflected in different characters. The character that I identified with most last year was Jack, because he was thrust into a leadership role that he wasn't fully ready to take on. He had to make a series of hard decisions that weren't necessarily popular decisions. Entering the foray of being the executive producer of a television show, I could identify with his life situation more than I could with any of the other characters' life situations. But I also feel that I have a cynical sense of humor that is reflected in Sawyer's dialogue, and I have a vulnerable side that I always think about when I'm writing Kate. I have a happier, hippier, dippier side that is reflected when I'm writing Hurley.