>>88722788>I don't think she's a one-dimensional jerk either.
IIRC she was created to be a one-dimensional support character, like Ferguson or Brittany. However, the crew liked her assholery and gave her a larger role on the fly.
So, what direction are they developing her towards? She was designed to be pretty cardboard, whose sole characteristic was being a smug thief. She's been getting more attention on season 2. How are the crew building her character?
She's been getting more and more creepy, bordering on sociopathic. In season 2, she was just teasing and scaring Marco occasionally and took her house keys, showed an interest in the macabre and so forth.
But in season 2, it's been shown she actually has stolen Marco's personal information, has zero respect for his privacy and routinely invades it, even keeping stuff in his locker and showing up in his shower (and sexually harassing him), that she breaks into Marco's house at night, that she's a troublemaker, regularly in detention and enjoys cruel-ish pranks, that she thinks nothing of manipulating Star into doing her bidding for her amusement, that she enjoys needling and hassling Marco, reminding him of his failures just to see him get flustered.
That she actually got excited because her supposed friend keeled over in sudden agonising pain, that she actually actively kept other friends from helping him just to see what'd happen. That she's not only interested in the macabre but tries to do black magic, that despite having been friends with Jackie before she seems to have dropped her for Star, is even trying to sabotage Jackie's date, that despite being supposedly friends with Star now her first priority is always, always her own amusement to the point of deleting stuff from another's phone; stop talking about your problems and go back to my entertainment.
She's not a jerk, ok. But she's really not being built up to be a nice person, either, instead heading into a darker and more alarming direction.