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Betty
Betty
Betty, hex-edited to appear outside her store
Gender Female
Kissable No
Voice Actor Saetha Ebans
"Did you know everything in the shop is 100% vegan - even the hair dye!"
— Betty

Betty is the punk girl who runs the alternative barber and clothing shop named The Final Cut in New Coventry. She was voiced by Saetha Ebans.

Character description[]

Betty is a young woman probably in her mid to late 20s. She dresses in all black, wears short shorts and a somewhat low-cut top, and black boots. She spikes her hair metallic blue, and has piercings and a tattoo of a skull on her right wrist.

Characteristics[]

Betty is very into alternative living; some of her lines hint that she may be an extreme feminist, but will still do business with men. Other lines strongly suggest that she is an anarcho-capitalist, as she is into the punk lifestyle and wants to do her own thing, but takes her job seriously as it is most likely how she earns her living. She has an ex-boyfriend whom she speaks poorly of, and she mentions "sisters" on occasion. It is unclear if she is referring to literal siblings of hers, though it seems likely that the phrase is a reference to the feminist movement.

According to Mr. Castillo, she has a crush on him, and he refers to her as a "Goth chick".

Role in game[]

Betty can always be found in The Final Cut, but she has no role in the plot. As Jimmy is never required to go into The Final Cut as part of a mission, he can theoretically complete the game without ever meeting her.

Trivia[]

  • Betty is rigged to a male skeleton. If Jimmy provokes her, she'll attempt a citizen's arrest, when spray-painted in the face she'll shout in pain in a male voice, and Jimmy can also do to her the same harassment moves that he does to the adult men. When placed in free roam, she walks like the male characters and will even do things unique to them such as urinate publicly. None of her dialogue implies that she is transgender, so it is unclear whether her being rigged to a male skeleton is intentional or a design oddity or oversight.
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