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Vivian Gray
Stuck in a mind-numbing job, Vivian Gray can feel her underutilized brain shriveling faster than the Spice Girls' record sales. Gifted with a high IQ and a sharp sense of reason, the only thing holding Vivian back is her own paralyzing apathy.
Nick Aspen
Nick Aspen is the poster boy for... well, for anything. A professional model specializing in on-site product promotion, he may be hawking chocolate cupcakes one day and diet pills the next. Nick isn't just a pretty boy out of vanity. It's his job.
Verman Boltzmann
Verman Boltzmann is the manager of the local grocery store. Incompetent, chauvinistic, and drunk with power, "the Vermanator" is a portrait of a high school football star twenty years later. Verman believes that the customer is always right, even when all available evidence points to the contrary.
Bobby Gray
Bobby Gray is Vivian's twin brother, though he definitely received the short end of the genetic stick. Obsessive about new technology, he litters his world with bleeding edge electronics while he waits anxiously for the next big thing to come along. As an unemployed web programmer, Bobby has been freeloading at his sister's place, but soon the fizzling of the dot-com economy will become the least of his troubles.
Sunny Sasaki
Sunny Sasaki is the kind of bartender who seems to know everybody on the continent on a first name basis. After failing out of nursing school, she realized that the universal cure came not from a pharmacy, but from a cocktail shaker. With the body of a goddess and the charm of the girl next door, Sunny is out of your league, no matter what league you're in.
Erik Sievert
Erik Sievert is a man with a past. Or rather, a man in the past. As the consummate retro-geek, he shuns all pop culture that has transpired since the end of the 1980s. Working as a clerk at a dusty old collectables shop allows Erik to live in the state where he is the most comfortable. Denial.
Sherri Becquerel
Sherri Becquerel is one of a kind, and if you tell her otherwise you'll be collecting your teeth from the sidewalk. Rarely seen without a malt liquor in one hand and a cigarette in the other, she has a self-destructive streak that rivals that of Evel Knievel. Anti-establishment and belligerently individualistic, Sherri is, to put it lightly, difficult to get along with.


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