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Trinket St. Blair is a supporting character of the animated series Pepper Ann. She is a rich, spoiled girl who attends Hazelnut Middle School with Pepper Ann and her friends and is usually accompanied by Cissy Rooney.

Background

Trinket has lived in Hazelnut most of her life with her best friend Cissy Rooney. Her first interaction with Pepper Ann Pearson was when her family moved back in. However, it was only to make sure that she did not challenge her and Cissy's status as the "reigning queens of kindy-garten [kindergarten]". Upon seeing her, and mocking her appearance, Trinket left satisfied. Since then, she and Pepper Ann have become frenemies of sorts. While she will occasionally hang out with Pepper Ann, or even take part in some of her schemes, the two of them never see eye to eye.

In "Bye, Bye Trinket", Trinket is accepted into the prep school of her dreams. After accidentally getting coaxed by Nicky Little, Pepper Ann is convinced that Trinket wanted to be her friend this whole time and tries to set up a going away party for her. Despite Pepper Ann's efforts, Trinket shows little interest in wanting to be friends with her. When she comes back from the prep school, due to poor phone reception, Trinket forgives Pepper Ann and is okay with her throwing a return party. Trinket and Pepper Ann usually take advantage of each other, ironically, due to the former's wealthy status.

In "The Finale", it is established that in the series' version of 2013, that Trinket becomes a political aid to President Mark Hamill.

Personality

Trinket is a stereotypical, snooty, high class, ditzy and shallow popular girl. She tends to be very judgmental of others and will give "advice" on how to improve their image. Due to her upbringing and high standards, she sometimes has a bit of a short temper and easily gets annoyed at others for what she perceives as ineptitude. However, she can be reserved, pleasant, friendly and at times displays a sense of foresight, empathy and self-awareness that other people, like Pepper Ann, lack. While she can be bossy with Cissy, she does consider her her best friend, showing that she does have a heart of gold and some people she cares about.

Physical appearance

Trinket is a tall and slender Caucasian girl with long, pillow-like blonde hair that reaches down her back and covers one of her eyes, both of which are defined. She wears a pink shirt with a blue dress over it. She wears violet stockings and, oddly enough, brown hiking shoes.

Trivia

  • Her name is based on the word "trinket" which is a small piece of jewelry that is of low value. This eventually got lampshaded in "T.G.I.F."
  • She is always on the phone with someone named Marie. It is never shown who she is, but she seems connected to her father in some way.
  • Trinket's other eye is always covered, regardless of what position she is facing.

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Media
Pepper AnnPepper Ann Main ThemePepper Ann (song)
Characters
Pepper Ann PearsonPepper Ann's reflectionNicky LittleMilo KamalaniMoose PearsonBecky LittleTrinket St. BlairCissy RooneyDieter LederhosenTessa and Vanessa JamesConstance GoldmanStewart WalldingerGwen MezzrowAlice KanePink-Eye PeteShelf McClainBrendaSketchCraig BeanCrashLydia PearsonChuck PearsonJanie DiggetyJoJo DiggetyNed DiggetyEffie ShruggAbriola StarkCarlotta SneedRoland CarterCoach DooganBronte BladdarSherman FinkyVera Groober-SchwartzPrincipal Hickey
Episodes
Season 1: "Ziterella" • "Romeo and Juliet" / "Food Barn" • "Old Best Friend" / "Crunch Pod" • "Psychic Moose" / "Doll and Chain" • "Megablades of Grass" / "Family Vacation" • "The Big Pencil" / "Sani-Paper" • "Uniform Uniformity" / "Snot Your Mother's Music" • "The Environ-Mentals" • "Crush and Burn" / "Soccer Season" • "Thanksgiving Dad" • "Sketch 22" / "Manly Milo" • "Have You Ever Been Unsupervised" / "The Unusual Suspects" • "Nicky Gone Bad" / "In Support of"

Season 2: "Quiz Bowl" / "License to Drive" • "Cocoon Gables" / "Green-Eyed Monster" • "Hazelnut's Finest" / "Cat Scan" • "An OtterBiography" / "GreenSleeves" • "Vanessa Less Tessa" / "Peer Counselor P.A." • "A 'Tween Halloween" / "Mash into Me" • "Presenting Stewart Waldinger" / "P.A.'s Life in a Nutshell" • "Like Riding a Bike" • "Radio Freak Hazelnut" / "Framed" • "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Milo" / "The Sisterhood" • "Impractical Jokes" / "Cold Feet" • "Doppelganger Didi" / "Pepper Ann's Day Off-Kilter" • "A No Hair Day" / "That's My Dad"
Season 3: "You Oughta Be in Musicals!" • "Dances with Ignorance" / "Girl Power" • "Beyond Good and Evel" / "One of the Guys" • "The Wash-Out" / "Def Comedy Mom" • "The First Date Club" / "Unicycle of Life" • "A Kosher Christmas" • "Effie Shrugged" / "Mom Knows What P.A. Did Two Nights Ago" • "The Spanish Imposition" / "Single Unemployed Mother"
Season 4: "Burn, Hazelnut, Burn" / "Career Daze" • "G.I. Janie" / "Miss Moose" • "Pepper Shaker" / "Flaw and Order" • "Baggy Bean Buddies" / "The Beans of Wrath" • "The Velvet Room" • "One Angry Woman" • "The Sellout" / "The Telltale Fuzzy" • "A Valentine's Day Tune" • "Sammy's Song" / "Permanent Record" • "Live and Let Dye" • "Remote Possibilities" / "Considering Constance" • "To Germany with Love" • "Bye, Bye Trinket" / "P.A.'s Pop Fly" • "My Mother, Myself" • "The Amazing Becky Little" • "The Untitled Milo Kamalani Project" / "Guess Who's Coming to the Theater" • "The Great Beyond" / "Jaybirds of a Feather" • "The Way They Were"
Season 5: "The One with Mr. Reason" / "Sense and Senselessness" • "Forging Ahead" / "Reality Bytes" • "Carmello" / "Strike it or Not" • "Complimentary Colors" • "The Merry Lives of Pepper Ann" • "A is for Average" / "Alice Kane Went Down to Calcutta" • "Spice of Life" / "T.G.I.F." • "Dear Debby" / "Too Cool to Be Mom" • "Moose in Love" / "Two's Company" • "Zen and the Art of Milo" / "That's My Mama Destructo" • "Unhappy Campers" / "Searching for Pepper Ann Pearson" • "The Word" / "The Perfect Couple" • "The Finale"

Locations
Hazelnut Middle SchoolPepper Ann's House
See also
House of Mouse
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