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Pree
Pree 001
Gender Male
Relationships Dutch (friend)
John Jaqobis (friend)
D'avin Jaqobis (friend)
Pawter Simms (friend)
Sabine (Employee)
Gared (husband)
Occupation Barkeep
Portrayal
Actor Thom Allison
Appearances
First Bangarang
Last Wargasm

"Good Night, Sweet Girl" - Pree

Pree is a recurring character appearing in Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3 of Killjoys.

He is portrayed by actor Thom Allison.

Biography Edit

Pree is the owner and operator of The Royale, a bar in Old Town frequented by Dutch, John Jaqobis, and D'avin Jaqobis. Pree provides the three Killjoys with free drinks in exchange for their services in keeping the peace in the bar.

His full name is Prima Dezz, and has used the aliases Big Daddy Scrimshaw, Varrick, and Paris O'Malley in the past. He was a warlord, although he prefers the term "stylish dictator", and has a criminal record having served time in prisons in the J Star Cluster colonies.[1] He uses his contacts from his days as a warlord to help the team find items and people they are looking for.[2]

When he was known as Varrick, he was the warlord commander of the Ferran, an outlaw mercenary group. He faked his death during a raid, changed his name to Prima Dezz, and caught a freighter to Westerley.[3] Shortly after arriving on the moon he acquired The Royale.

Pree works hard at running his establishment and providing various entertainment for his customers, from drinks and games in the bar to sexers in rooms upstairs. Like most bartenders, he is also a confidant, and sometimes relationship counselor for the Killjoys.[4][5]

Pree also takes care of Pawter Simms, who operates a medical clinic in rooms above the bar. [6][7]

During the Bombing of Old Town Pree escaped the city with Dutch and Johnny in Lucy. He helped Dutch and John get into Eulogy, an outlaw barter town, in order to find the technology they need to rescue D'avin on Arkyn.[8]

When he finally returned to Old Town, Pree found that Gared hDad taken over The Royale as his own. Dutch challenged Gared to a fight for ownership of the bar on Pree's behalf, breaking his leg in the end. Later, after the Killjoys had left Old Town, Gared made one last attempt to regain ownership of the bar. Pree offered him free drinks, free sexers, and money but he refused, so Pree stabbed him in the hand with his own knife.[9]

Relationship with GaredEdit

Afterward, Gared began to work for Pree as a bar back, stocking the bar with liquor, ice, glassware, beer, garnishes, and so on.[10] Gared confided in D'avin that he hoped that he will be more to Pree than just a bar assistant. Pree gained the approval of Gared's mother on Reckoning Day,[11] and the two were wed just before the battle of the Quad began, spending their "honeymoon" fighting against the invading Hullen Armada.[12]

Personality Edit

Pree is nurturing by nature. He is seen to consoling and giving advice to Dutch, D'avin, Johnny and Pawter. He is good friends with both Dutch and Johnny and comes to see Johnny after he was stabbed. Pree is a savvy business owner but he understands that money is not the only currency. Free drinks for the Killjoy Trio equals free bouncers. D'avin may struggle to pay the rent but he is the brother of two of Pree's friends as well as a good person, so Pree is more lenient. He is very outspoken and not afraid to say what is on his mind. He can come off as flamboyant at times but that doesn't mean he is shallow. As he values his relationships and has a sentimental attachment to his bar.

AppearancesEdit

Killjoys: Season 1
Bangarang (appears) The Sugar Point Run (appears) The Harvest (appears) Vessel (appears) One Blood (appears) Kiss Kiss Bye Bye (appears) Come The Rain (appears) Enemy Khlyen (appears) Escape Velocity (appears)
Killjoys: Season 2
Dutch and the Real Girl (appears) Wild, Wild Westerley (appears) Schooled (appears) I Love Lucy (appears)
Full Metal Monk (appears) Johnny Be Good (appears) How to Kill Friends and Influence People (appears)
Killjoys: Season 3
Boondoggie (appears) The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord (appears) Attack the Rack (appears) The Wolf You Feed (appears) Heist, Heist Baby (appears) Reckoning Ball (appears) Wargasm (appears)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dutch and the Real Girl
  2. I Love Lucy
  3. The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord
  4. Bangarang
  5. Kiss Kiss Bye Bye
  6. The Harvest
  7. Come the Rain
  8. Dutch and the Real Girl
  9. Wild, Wild Westerley
  10. The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord
  11. Reckoning Ball
  12. Wargasm

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