Grew Up... alongside her best friend Amy Antsler. They’ve been inseparable since childhood.
Living... with her parents, in an apartment complex in Los Angeles.
Profession... class president, valedictorian, and future Yale student. Molly is ending her high school career on a high note. It’s all part of her plan to become the youngest justice ever nominated to the Supreme Court.
Interests... New York Times crossword puzzles, politics, and her feminist icons Michelle Obama and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Relationship Status... secretly crushing on Nick Howland. Molly’s irresponsible, party-happy vice president is basically her polar opposite. That’s why she’s yet to tell Amy that she has a crush on him. On the other hand, it would be impossible for anyone to miss that awkward rich kid Jared has a massive crush on her.
Challenge... partying—hard. In order to ensure they got into great colleges, Molly and Amy skipped parties and focused on school. But when Molly discovers that her more lackadaisical classmates also got into impressive colleges, she realizes she and Amy did high school all wrong. The night before graduation is their last chance to say they both studied and partied in high school. As she puts it, “What took them four years, we are doing in one night!” Now she just needs someone to tell her the address of the big graduation party.
Personality... brilliant, judgmental, and Type-A. Molly sometimes acts more like a 40-year-old politician than an 18-year-old high schooler. She’s the kind of person who takes the time to correct the grammar of bathroom graffiti. She expects everyone to meet the same high standards she sets for herself and she’s incredibly judgmental if they don’t. Self-described as half-Slytherin, half-Ravenclaw, Molly has a big, demanding personality that doesn’t always leave space for other people’s emotions. But while she can sometimes be a bit selfish, she’s also a deeply loyal friend and a fierce advocate for others.
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