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Encyclopedia > Caitlin Bree
Caitlin Bree (played by Lisa Spoonhauer) in "Clerks."

Caitlin Bree is a fictional character in director Kevin Smith's Clerks. She was portrayed by Lisa Spoonhauer. Image File history File links Caitlin. ... Lisa Spoonhauer, as Caitlin Bree in the film Lisa Spoonhauer, is a character actress famous for the role of Caitlin Bree in Clerks. ... Clerks. ... Kevin Patrick Smith (born August 2, 1970) is an American screenwriter, film director and the founder of View Askew Productions. ... Clerks. ... Lisa Spoonhauer, as Caitlin Bree in the film Lisa Spoonhauer, is a character actress famous for the role of Caitlin Bree in Clerks. ...

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Clerks.

Caitlin was a college student who dated Dante Hicks. During their relationship, she cheated on Dante eight and a half times (the “half” being an incident when she slept with Dante at a party, thinking he was someone else). During the events depicted in Clerks., Dante wishes to rekindle their relationship, only to find out that she is engaged. Near the end of the film, Caitlin unexpectedly appears at the Quick Stop, explaining to Dante that she doesn’t want to get married, but wishes once again date him. However, she ends up having sex with a corpse in the store’s bathroom, believing it to be Dante. She is sent to a mental institution to deal with her trauma Dante Hicks (played by Brian OHalloran) in the movie Dante Hicks is a fictional character in Kevin Smiths View Askewniverse, played by Brian OHalloran. ... Clerks. ...


Clerks: The Holiday Special

Dante visits her several years later in Clerks The Holiday Special. During Christmas season, Dante decides to visit his old flame in the asylum located in Marlboro. It is revealed that Caitlin did not say a word since the event and still exists in a near-catatonic shell. In order to "snap her out of the funk the funk that she's in", Randal suggests that Dante should fornicate Caitlin with a candy cane, recalling that his Cousin Walter did the same to one of his girlfriends. Dante takes this advice, and when he actually does the deed, Caitlin indeed awakes from her catatonic state, though she expresses fury at Dante and tells him never to see her again, effectively ending all hope of a relationship between the two. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... A psychiatric hospital (also called, at various places and times, mental hospital or mental ward), is a hospital specialising in the treatment of persons with mental illness. ... Map of Marlboro Township in Monmouth County Marlboro is a Township in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. ... Several common threads run through the View Askewniverse, a series of characters, movies, comics, and ideas that were created by film writer and director Kevin Smith // In Clerks. ...


Clerks: The Animated Series

Caitlin was also mentioned a few times in the second episode (which aired) of the short-lived Clerks animated series, and was also at the center of the plot of the sixth episode and series finale (which didn't air). Although she was invloved in these major plotlines, her character was never seen in the sixth episode, and she was only displayed in the second episode either from behind or in silhouette behind a curtain or drape. She had no lines in the second episode, but in the sixth episode, in a reprising role from Clerks. and other View Askewniverse films, she was voiced by Lisa Spoonhauer.


Trivia

  • The comic reveals that she shared the same mental institution as Willam Black from Mallrats, who never got over missing the hidden sailboat in a Magic Eye picture.
  • It was revealed in Chasing Amy that Caitlin and Alyssa Jones had a homosexual relationship that included fisting.
  • Caitlin reappeared in two episodes of Clerks: The Animated Series. Here, it is revealed that she cheated on Dante with a series of industrial painters, took Dante's virginity in the backseat of a car (while being filmed by Randal Graves), manned a kissing booth at an area carnival, and became engaged to a man she had just met.
  • The scene where Dante confronts Caitlin about her marriage was filmed in one shot that lasts for over five minutes. It was shot on the first night of filming.
  • Director Kevin Smith, an avid Degrassi fan, named the character after his favorite character on the series, Caitlin Ryan.

 
 

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