Emma Jean Bell was born and raised in Woodstown, New Jersey and moved to New York City at the age of ...
Amy and her older sister Andrea have made their home in Dale's RV at the camp. She is twelve years younger than Andrea and that has caused no small amount of tension between the sisters. Amy is resentful of Andrea leaving her behind at home and not coming back often enough to visit and be a part of her life. The experience of the apocalypse has strengthened their bond enormously, though Amy is still often frustrated by Andrea correcting her, judging her and generally telling her what to do. On the other hand, Amy worships her older sister, wanting to be just like her. Still young, Amy is impetuous and eternally optimistic. She helps look out for the kids in the camp, is quick to defend others' actions when she sees them as being protective and generally tries to keep the peace among her fellow survivors.
| ||Season 1 / Episode 4: - Vatos|
Dale Horvath: I like what, uh, a father said to son when he give him a watch that had been handed down through generations. He said "I give you the mausoleum of all hope and desire, which will fit your individual needs no better than it did mine or my father's before me, I give it to you not that you may remember time, but that you may forget it for a moment now and then and not spend all of your breath trying to conquer it."
Amy: You are so weird.
Dale Horvath: It's not me, it's Faulkner. William Faulkner. Maybe my bad paraphrasing.
| ||Season 1 / Episode 3: - Tell It to the Frogs|
Dale Horvath: [looking through binoculars at the campsite at the source of a loud car alarm] I'll be damned.
Amy: What is it?
Dale Horvath: Stolen car is my guess.
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