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He spends his summers participating in humanitarian trips, the most recent of which was to Hungary. A recent high school grad, he was also a member of the National Honor Society.
He grew up in coastal Monmouth County, New Jersey with his parents and little sister, and loves skimboarding, longboarding and anything to do with the beach.
Played by Ian Colletti For the past several years, Ian Colletti has been building a reputation as an actor on the rise.
More of the Cast. Allfather Jonny Coyne Herr Starr's superior. He is physically large, overweight, a revolting slob, and the most powerful man in the world.
Eccarius Adam Croasdell He is a year old vampire who bears wisdom and has an air of aristocracy. Satan's now got him on his list. Gran'ma Betty Buckley A spiritist with true powers, who can cast spells and even bring back the dead for a price.
Herr Starr Pip Torrens As leader of the Grail, a powerful, super-secret organization, Starr is a gifted mastermind and is always one step ahead of his prey.
Jesse Custer Dominic Cooper A small town preacher with a criminal past and a newly discovered superpower to command others to do as he says.
The now resigned Angel of Death dubs the man "The Saint of Killers". However, the Devil makes the fatal mistake of insulting Saint as he returns to Earth, prompting the angry Saint to gun the Devil down as his first victim, leaving the fate of Hell unknown.
Following the Devil's demise, the Saint kills the rest of the bandits and purges the town of Ratwater simply because of his nature, and rests at a tomb on Boot Hill while his spirit gathers souls that die by violence.
He is awakened once Genesis merges with Custer, and begins to pursue him. He eventually learns that he has no one commanding him, God having left Heaven, though he continues to hunt Custer because he was scorned.
He spares Custer after he learns that God arranged for his family to die in order to set him on the path towards becoming the Saint, and now seeks to kill God.
The two finally join forces, and after Custer lets himself be killed to release Genesis, God returns to Heaven, where the Saint has slaughtered all of the angels.
Despite God's attempts to intimidate the Saint with His wrath and then offering to restore his family to life, the Saint guns Him down, ending His tyranny.
With no one left to kill anymore, the Saint sits upon God's Throne and returns to sleep as the world is bathed in peace. In the AMC Preacher television series, the character is portrayed by Graham McTavish.
In , the Saint of Killers was ranked as IGN 's 74th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. Herr Starr his first name is never revealed; in the television series, his name is given as Klaus Helmut Starr was a former German anti-terror operative and member of The Grail.
During his school years, a group of five bullies targeted him because he was the son of a British serviceman. This eventually led to an attack in which the boys gave "a star for Starr" by using a broken bottle to carve five jagged lines around his right eye, which was then blinded.
The stress of the event caused his hair to fall out and his voice to become harsh and grating, due to his screaming during the incident.
He eventually became dedicated to creating order in the world, and started by killing his attackers - who all died before Starr turned ten.
He later joined the German anti-terrorism unit GSG 9, and excelled in all training areas. He showed initiative crucial to his future employment when he defeated his close-combat tutor a sadist who enjoyed beating up new recruits by shooting him in the legs at the start of a training session.
As a result, he was not as skilled in unarmed combat as other Grail operatives, although his explanation for this was that he had "no intention of ever being unarmed".
Starr was recruited by the Grail and quickly rose to the rank of 'Sacred Executioner', the leader of the Grail's private military known as the "Samson Unit".
As such he was answerable only to the Grail's formal leader, "Allfather" D'Aronique, and ultimately to the Elite Council at Le Saint Marie which was the power behind the throne.
From onward, he trained every Samson man in the Grail. Starr eventually decided that the Grail's motives were flawed because they planned everything around their horribly inbred Messiah.
He recruited two Grail subordinates, Featherstone and Hoover, to assist him with his "conspiracy-within-a-conspiracy". When he learns of Jesse Custer and his power of "the Word", Starr concludes that he is the perfect candidate for an alternative Messiah and planned to use Custer in his scheme to overthrow the Grail's leadership.
Although Custer refuses to participate in the plot, Starr proceeds with his coup regardless. Afterward, the bulk of the Grail's Samson forces die during Starr's mission to kill Jesse Custer in Monument Valley , Utah , when a nuclear bomb detonates in a futile attempt to kill the invulnerable Saint of Killers.
Having murdered his way to the position of Allfather, Starr further consolidates his control by defeating the previous Sacred Executioner Eisenstein, the last genuine threat from within the organization.
In a final move, he persuades his most loyal subordinate in the Samson force, Captain Gander, that the Elite Council of the Grail is responsible for his own failures; Gander gasses the seven men of the Council in their gathering place at Le Saint Marie with chlorine , leaving Starr in uncontested control.
However, his vendetta against Custer has left him scarred and dismembered, and his continued waste of Grail resources leaves the organization reduced to an ineffective fragment of its former self.
Starr, along with Captain Gander and the last remaining members of the Grail loyal to him, are killed by Tulip O'Hare. Herr Starr is characterized as extremely ruthless and determined, as evidenced by his backstory and relentless pursuit of his goals, whatever they may be.
He is also a sexual pervert , finding pleasure in things like urinating in prostitute's mouths, forcing them to stick their heads in toilets as he's ejaculating and having a sawfish inserted in his rectum.
It is implied that these habits become more and more perverted over the course of the story as a result of him getting raped. As the story progresses he slowly descends deeper into both rage and insanity even shooting a report by agent Hoover due to the incorrect use of grammar and quotation marks and he perverts the Grail's private army into a personal task force charged with killing Custer, who he sees as the cause of all his ills.
Throughout the course of the series, Starr sustains various humiliating injuries showing the extent of his determination towards his goal of global domination.
He is raped by a male prostitute, has his left ear shot off by Tulip, and Jesse cuts a gash across his head, making it resemble a penis he spends the rest of the series hiding the scar with a Panama hat.
He is captured by three inbred hillbillies who eat his right leg before he kills them and escapes.
He fears he has met his match in the Grail agent Eisenstein, but successfully kills him, his cannibal bodyguard, and the bodyguard's dog, although not before it chews off his genitalia.
Throughout all these injuries, his only comment after they have occurred is always "Ah The character of Herr Starr has been analyzed as a stereotypical depiction of a villainous European in fiction.
In the AMC Preacher television series, Herr Starr credited as Man In White Suit makes a cameo on the third episode, being portrayed by Morse Bicknell.
Starr officially debuts in season 2, being portrayed by Pip Torrens. God is the ancient creator of the universe as well as the king of Heaven. He created man out of loneliness and a desire to be loved as He was all alone in the universe.
God was prideful, demanding worship from the humans and cruelly punishing those who defied Him. He was also narcissistic, believing that His nature and ways should not have been known by man and that He was beyond retribution or accountability for His actions.
He left Heaven and fled to Earth after Genesis was born, not to be heard from again until Genesis in turn leaves Heaven for Earth and fuses with Jesse Custer.
After Jesse and Genesis were slain, God felt safe to return to Heaven, only to find that the Saint of Killers was waiting for Him and had slain the entire Heavenly Host.
God tried to intimidate the Saint with His wrath, but was stopped when the Saint held Him at gunpoint. He begged the Saint of Killers not to kill Him, and attempted to bargain with the Saint by telling him that He would restore his family if he let Him sit upon His throne once more, but the Saint of Killers chose "to rest" instead and fired, killing God.
He then took his rest upon God's empty throne. God is portrayed by Mark Harelik in AMC'S Preacher television series. Harelik had previously appeared as a fictionalized version of himself hired to impersonate the deity.
Arseface is a boy who, having grown up in an abusive household, attempts to kill himself after trying to emulate his hero, Kurt Cobain.
He starred in his own one-shot spinoff comic book, Preacher: The Story of You-Know-Who. His father is abusive and often beats him for trivial reasons.
Arseface and his friend "Pube" are regarded as outcasts because of their idol worship of Kurt Cobain, and because Arseface is a sheriff's son; thus the two become the target of bullying tactics.
After a severe beating by his father, and learning of Cobain's suicide, Arseface makes a suicide pact with Pube. Pube puts a shotgun in his mouth and successfully kills himself, while Arseface fires the shotgun under his chin, which severely deforms his face instead.
After being confronted in the hospital by Pube's grief-stricken sister, the boy has an epiphany and resolves to change his outlook on life and try to be more positive.
His suicide attempt prompted his long-suffering mother to have her own epiphany and abandon her abusive husband, leaving him an insulting goodbye note in which she reveals her disdain for not only him, but their son as well.
This causes the boy's father to begin completely ignoring his son, refusing to acknowledge him or speak to him. The boy, maintaining his new upbeat attitude, continues to enthusiastically converse with his father despite never getting a reply.
During his father's investigation in the Jesse Custer case, the boy stows away in his father's car.
During a confrontation with Jesse and the Saint of Killers, the boy pleads for the Saint to let his father live. Arseface eventually tracks down Jesse outside of a diner, where Jesse uses his abilities to force Arseface to acknowledge his father's true nature.
He travels with Jesse until he is called on stage during Mardi Gras because of his looks, and ends up becoming a singing hit despite being unintelligible.
Under the guidance of his manager, Gene Sergeant, Arseface becomes a national singing superstar, and Sergeant uses various controversies, such as drawing attention to copycat suicides by fans attempting to emulate their idol, and insulting the Pope , to keep him popular.
At the height of the controversies, Sergeant takes all of his money and leaves. Arseface, now broke and widely loathed, travels the country once again.
His travels eventually lead him to the town of Salvation, Texas, where he encounters people bullying Lorie Bobbs. He drives off her tormentors, and the two fall in love due to Lorie's visual disorder causing her to see Arseface as incredibly handsome.
When Lorie asks why he would have any interest in her, he remarks 'beggars can't be choosers. He also befriends Custer's one-armed mother, who has a maternal interest in Lorie.
In the AMC Preacher television series , Arseface is portrayed by Ian Colletti. In the show, his full name is revealed as Eugene Root. Skeeter is a dog.
Jesse Custer met Skeeter at a gas station on his way to track down his girlfriend, Tulip. Skeeter tried to "play" with a visiting police officer, and got a kick for his troubles.
When Custer confronted the officer, he ended up punching the man right through the windshield of his patrol car. Skeeter and Custer were inseparable after that, and took a long journey around the country together.
Skeeter was an intelligent dog, and helped save Custer's life several times. He also took to Custer's friends, making him a very well-liked part of the group.
Angels have limited amount of interaction with humans in the series, but their universal trait seems to be a remarkable ineffectiveness.
God created the angels to serve Him and to act as His emissaries on Earth. In , the Seraphi angel that fathered Genesis falls to Earth for the sin of having sex with a demon and is captured by the Grail.
It is later revealed that God controlled them both in order to create Genesis. Used by Starr and the Allfather, he provides them with intelligence about Heaven and God.
He reveals the true origin of Genesis to Jesse, and is killed by God shortly thereafter. Two Adephi angels are Fiore and DeBlanc, who are sent to Earth to retrieve Genesis.
They first meet Jesse during his confrontation with Hugo Root and the Saint of Killers and are forced by him to reveal that God has abdicated His throne, beginning Jesse's quest to find the Almighty.
They show up in the final arc, having fallen so far that Fiore is snorting cocaine and DeBlanc is having sex with a woman. Jesse storms into their casino and asks for information regarding Genesis and the fall, which they provide.
In the AMC Preacher television series, Fiore and DeBlanc are portrayed respectively by Tom Brooke and Anatol Yusef.
Billy Bob Bobbs is Jesse Custer's childhood friend during his time spent on the L'Angelle estate. Billy Bob comes from a poor, severely inbred family living in the swamp, and expects to follow the family tradition of marrying his sister.
Both Billy Bob and Lorie share a deformity, a bare patch of skin where the left eye should be located. When Billy Bob happens upon T.
Jesse attacks T. When Jesse is released and goes to the Bobbs home to tell them about Billy Bob's death and apologize, they angrily reject him.
Lorie Bobbs, Billy Bob's sister, finds her way to the town of Salvation, where she works in the town bar.
Her inbreeding also results in a visual condition where she sometimes sees one object as something else, although this doesn't seem to affect her life negatively.
When Arseface arrives in the town, he protects her from an attack by visiting drunken rednecks. She eventually falls in love with Arseface, who appears to be very attractive because of her visual delusions coupled with the fact that he saved her from a pack of thugs.
John Tool is a police detective in New York City who refers to himself as "the unluckiest cop in the world. His luck changes when he investigates the Reaver-Cleaver case, as it is he who discovers the killer's hideout and is given credit for the killer's capture and death, although Jesse was the one who actually caused his death by using his power, saying the word "Die", while punching the killer in the face.
His poor luck returns, as it is mentioned in an afterword that he later loses both arms in a window glazing accident. Paul Bridges is John Tool's partner, and unlike Tool, is seen as a "supercop.
It is later revealed that Bridges himself is homosexual, and enjoys feeling pain as well as dishing it out; this is best seen when Jesse walks in on him getting whipped while handcuffed to a table dressed in leather.
After Tool discovers his secret lifestyle, Bridges quits the police force. After he leaves the force, it seems that Bridges dove headfirst into his sadomasochistic fantasies and is last seen cold calling Tool from a sex dungeon while dressed in a gimp suit.
Karl, Ernie, and Cyrus Chunt are a trio of sibling cannibals who find Starr after his helicopter crashes in the desert following the battle in Monument Valley.
Karl and Ernie cook and eat people they find; when Starr regains consciousness, they have already eaten his leg.
Cyrus is mentally handicapped and unable to communicate, but asks Starr to wipe his anus after defecating through actions and the word "wub.
Si Coltrane is a friend of Cassidy whom he met at Woodstock at the age of sixteen. He works in New York City as a freelance journalist, and is investigating the Reaver-Cleaver case, getting information from Tool and Bridges for his reports.
It is later revealed that Coltrane himself is the Reaver-Cleaver, who first became a murderer after accidentally running over someone; His guilt was soon replaced by laughter as he believed it was fun to kill people and get away with it.
He attempts to have Cassidy killed in his apartment when he gives his hideout's location to the police, frame Jesse for his crimes, kill Tulip, and give himself part of the credit for solving his own murders.
He is killed when Jesse uses the word and orders him to die, although it appears that Jesse kills him simply by punching him in the face.
Christina Custer is Jesse Custer's mother. She meets John Custer, a Marine recently returned from Vietnam, as an anti-war protester. She spits in his face, but later apologizes, leading to a relationship.
They are forced to marry by Christina's mother and told never to leave under the threat of death. During an attempt to escape, John is shot to death by Jody, who works for the L'Angelle family.
She later protests the punishment of Jesse, which leads to Marie ordering Jody to shoot her. She manages to escape, though her skull is cracked open by a reflexive [ clarification needed ] shot and she loses her left arm to an alligator.
She is rescued by hunters, though she is brain damaged, which leaves her in a persistent vegetative state for many years. She later recovers, though she has amnesia and believes her name is "Jodie".
She makes her way back to Salvation, recovers her memories slowly, and eventually remembers everything after Jesse says "Mom".
Very little is known of John's life prior to the Vietnam War, other than that his father was a Marine who fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II, which inspired him to enlist.
A United States Marine and veteran of the Vietnam War his uniform indicates that he served in the 3rd Marine Division , John once received a silver Zippo lighter engraved with the words "Fuck Communism" during a morale-boosting visit from John Wayne , John Custer's personal hero; the incident is a very important moment in John Custer's life.
While serving in combat, John saves the life of a fellow soldier, Billy "Spaceman" Baker, by carrying him over one hundred kilometers of enemy territory.
In the process, Custer and Baker uncover and sabotage a company -strength Vietcong attack before both men are saved by a US airstrike.
John's heroic actions result in him being awarded the Medal of Honor. Upon returning to the States, John Custer meets young Christine L'Angelle, who was travelling with a group of anti-war protesters.
When John asks for directions to a bus station, Christine spits in his face and calls him a "babykiller. The two fall in love and eventually have a child, Jesse.
John Custer proves to be a loving father and husband who adores his young son, taking the child to John Wayne movies and always encouraging him to be one of the "good guys.
Instead, the family is dragged back to Angelville, where John and Christine are forced to marry. After years under Marie L'Angelle's tyrannical hand, John realizes he must help his family escape.
They are caught in the attempt, and John is murdered before his young son's eyes. In the AMC Preacher television series, John Custer is portrayed by Nathan Darrow in season 1.
Unlike the comics, he was a preacher himself in the same church as Jesse, in Annville. The official deputy of the town of Salvation, an African-American woman who becomes Jesse's aide-de-camp as well as retaining her Deputy role when he becomes sheriff.
Initially dubious of his abilities and intentions, she starts to like him when he shows absolute fearlessness against the evil Odin Quincannon, especially when he uses a check by Quincannon to hire a secretary and buy her a powerful rifle.
During his stay, she begins to fall in love with him, but realizes that he's in love with someone else. She becomes the new sheriff when he leaves.
Allfather D'Aronique is the formal leader of the Grail organization, being the th to hold the title, and Jesse Custer's distant uncle.
He is barely mobile because of his extreme weight, which requires him to be carried about by retainers.
D'Aronique is also bulimic , and uses an ivory stick in the shape of two fingers to induce vomiting. Because his subordinates are all too loyal or afraid of him to question anything he does, he has no compunction about messily gorging himself with food and then vomiting all over himself in front of others.
Despite his seemingly hapless appearance, D'Aronique is both highly intelligent and absolutely ruthless, albeit very pious and fully believing in the cause of The Grail and the potential of the messiah.
He requires multiple world leaders to call him daily and thank him for preserving their power. In Preacher 61, it is revealed that the Allfather of the Grail answers to an elite council of seven men in le Saint-Marie, who are the power behind the throne of the entire organization.
Herr Starr has all seven of these men assassinated with chlorine gas. D'Aronique is portrayed by Jonny Coyne in season 3 of the TV show adaptation.
Jesus DeSade is a millionaire hedonist who believes in pursuing every sexual fantasy, no matter how perverted. He engages in activities such as drug dealing, zoophilia , and child pornography.
DeSade is also known for throwing wildly hedonistic parties for Hollywood's elite, where literally no fetish or sexual perversion is left unpursued.
Jesse and his friends crash one of the parties, initially amused by the kinky and perverse but largely harmless antics of DeSade's guests.
Jesse discovers DeSade's intention to make a pornographic film involving a child, and after rescuing the boy Jesse beats DeSade savagely, telling him that he will be waiting when DeSade gets out of jail.
The Duke appears to be based on John Wayne , possessing Wayne's speech pattern and mannerism, although his face is always in shadow when he appears; Custer tells Tulip that he has never believed that the Duke is the ghost of John Wayne as Wayne was still alive when Jesse first began to see the Duke.
Young Jesse and his father used to enjoy watching Wayne's movies and these times are some of Jesse's most cherished memories of his father. John impressed upon his son that John Wayne was one of the "good guys" Jesse should always strive to be like.
It is implied several times that the Duke may be the spirit of John Custer returning to guide his son. When Jesse and his mother are trapped in Angelville, the Duke frequently appears to comfort Jesse, saving the young boy's sanity when Jesse is punished in the coffin.
When Jesse's spirit finally breaks under the control of his grandmother, the Duke calls Jesse a coward and abandons him, returning only after Jesse finally rejects his grandmother's poisonous version of Christianity.
At times, the Duke provides information that Jesse could not have known himself and acts as a deus ex machina in order to advance the plot line.
The Duke appears one last time to Jesse just before he goes to confront Cassidy at the Alamo during the last book of the series; the Duke tells Jesse he is proud of him, then disappears.
While serving in Vietnam, Jesse's father John was personally given a Zippo lighter engraved with the words "Fuck Communism" by the real John Wayne.
This lighter was stolen by Jody after killing John Custer, and Jesse retrieved it decades later when he killed Jody.
Later Jesse meets a Vietnam vet with an identical lighter; this man served with Jesse's father and is able to tell stories of John Custer's time in Vietnam.
The "Fuck Communism" lighter appears at several significant moments through out the series. Eccarius is introduced in the one-shot "Blood and Whiskey", and he is a native of New Orleans and the only other vampire in the series.
He meets Cassidy at some undisclosed time in the past. He styles himself after the more romantic gothic image of vampires, wearing frilly clothes and speaking in an erudite manner.
He was drunk when he was bitten by the vampire who turned him, so he has no idea who it was. He has only been a vampire for ten years at the point of the story, and he shows a massive lack of genuine knowledge about vampires and their weaknesses - he doesn't realize that he can consume things other than blood, nor that sunlight is the only real weakness they have.
He portrays himself as a vampire cliche, putting on all the affectations of fictionalized vampires, but not being terribly intelligent; when Cassidy calls him a "wanker", he initially thinks it's a corruption of "wampyr".
The fact that Cassidy jokes about what Eccarius takes seriously is a constant source of tension. In the basement of his mansion reside a group of "followers" revealed to be rich kids that are interested in vampires who treat Eccarius as something of a lord.
Calling themselves Les Enfants du Sang , they drink the blood of willing members as a pastime and take an intense interest in Cassidy when it is revealed he is a vampire.
Cassidy is disgusted, calling Eccarius a self-obsessed egotist and breaking the jaw of one follower.
There appears to be an informal "inner circle", composed of members who want to be turned by Eccarius into vampires: Mako, Lili, and later Jonathan.
Then there is a loose grouping of members just in it for the dressing up and drinking blood part. These are not terrifically intelligent, and are used as cannon fodder by higher echelon members.
All the members show varying degrees of being disconnected with reality; when some of them try to kidnap Tulip years later, they act the part of vampires fully.
They bring knives, she packs a gun. It doesn't end well for them. Eccarius is killed by Cassidy during their first meeting after Eccarius has drained a follower of all her blood.
Eccarius, truly, was aware of the naivete of Les Enfants du Sang. He reveals that he kills them under the pretense of turning them into vampires, but drains them completely of their blood instead.
He brags that he had killed "hundreds". Cassidy knocks him out and crucifies him to the roof of a Church, exposing him to full sunlight and killing him.
This causes the cult to take up a vendetta years later when Cassidy, Tulip, and Jesse come to New Orleans to request the aid of a Voodoo priest to find out more about Genesis.
The cult is killed by Jesse and Tulip - Cassidy is beheaded early in the fight, but survives - and Jonathan is mortally wounded when Jesse shoves his katana sword into his anus, and Lili suffering a gunshot wound inflicted by Tulip falls onto the protruding katana blade.
The fight results in the death of the priest's girlfriend and sets up a vendetta against Cassidy by the grief-stricken priest. Eccarius is portrayed by Adam Croasdell in season 3 of the TV show adaptation.
He is depicted as far more powerful than his comic book counterpart and demonstrates numerous vampiric abilities that Cassidy does not possess, including flight, hypnosis, and shapeshifting.
The Genesis entity is the result of the mating of an angel and a demon. Genesis has the appearance of a comet with the face of a crying infant and possesses all of the memories and powers of heaven and hell.
Immediately after Genesis' birth, God leaves heaven, leaving the Seraphi angels in command. Soon after, Genesis escapes and bonds to Custer, leading the Adephi angels to appoint the Saint of Killers to retrieve Genesis and the vessel.
In the AMC Preacher television series, Genesis is shown to have merged and killed other religious leaders before its encounter with Jesse Custer.
Among the killed was Tom Cruise who is a prominent Scientologist. First introduced in the issue entitled "Comes A Pale Rider," Bob, an extremely aggressive homosexual, is a buzz-cut, heavyset man with a thick Yorkshire accent, while Freddy is shorter, has a slighter build, glasses, and an unshaven countenance.
He extremely dislikes giving fellatio , but seems to be put in situations where it is forced on him he even has a trophy for it.
Due to their sexual preoccupation, they tend to work for disreputable clients. Their first case involves retrieving a supply of heroin for a party hosted by Jesus DeSade.
The heroin is hidden in the apartment of Cassidy's deceased addict girlfriend, thus compelling Cassidy to pursue them in order to learn the identity of her supplier.
Meanwhile, Hoover of the Grail inadvertently hires Bob to sexually service Herr Starr, traumatizing Starr for much of the remainder of the series.
Bob and Freddy retrieve the heroin and deliver it to DeSade, where Cassidy catches up to them, punches out all Freddy's teeth, and throws Bob from a window onto the roof of Jesse's car.
Much later in the series, the sexual investigators appear in pursuit of a fleeing porn actor named Tom Cooze. The two hitch a ride with Jesse, but as their paths never directly crossed on the night of the disastrous party, none of them recognize each other, although Jesse realises who they are some time after they have left his car.
Amy Grinderbinder is the daughter of a wealthy family, an elementary school teacher and friend of Jesse and Tulip who lives in New York City.
She first met Tulip when they both attended the same boarding school. While in school, Amy was almost gang-raped during a party; Tulip, witnessing the assault, stole a truck from the parking lot and crashed it through a wall into the room where Amy was trapped, scaring off the would-be rapists.
The incident bonds the two into true friends, and Amy finally reveals the secret of her family's vast wealth having previously been afraid that Tulip would otherwise only like her for her money.
In the aftermath, Amy took a year off school to recover and invited Tulip to join her, leading to them meeting Jesse.
Late in the series, it is revealed that Amy has spent the entire time following Jesse and Tulip, always arriving in the aftermath of one of their disastrous adventures.
Eventually she comes to know them so well that she is able to predict their next move and sometimes secretly use her money and connections to make things easier for them.
Amy is portrayed as a "poor little rich girl" from a wealthy but extremely dysfunctional and negligent family. She is extremely worldly and sophisticated, but she admires Tulip's toughness and adventurous spirit, sometimes wishing that she could have accompanied Tulip and Jesse on their journey.
A running motif with Amy is her multiple unlucky romantic experiences. She envies Tulip and Jesse's true love, even to the point of feeling a mild sexual attraction for Jesse — a feeling Jesse somewhat returns, though both of them love Tulip too much to act on their desires.
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