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Colette

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For others named Colette, see Colette.
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Colette
Colette (A Serious Flanders).png
Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Non-canon deceased
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Debt collector
Relatives: Husband: Seamus
First Appearance: "A Serious Flanders (Part 1)"
Voiced by: Jessica Paré


Colette was a debt collector and an associate of Kostas Becker. She was married to Seamus.

History[edit]

Colette, along with Seamus, tracked down and captured The Rich Texan for Becker. Becker then gave them the order to execute him, so they shot him to death. The two of them then worked on disposing of the body. Before they left Springfield, Becker realized that he had another debt to collect on in town, so he decided to stay and track down Ned Flanders. He sent Seamus and Colette to The Android's Dungeon to collect information on where Flanders might be. After Colette started destroying things in the store, Comic Book Guy told them that Ned regularly attended the First Church of Springfield.

As Colette and Seamus were heading to Ned's house to grab him, Seamus lost the Bible page with Ned's address on. As a result, they mistook Homer for Ned and captured him instead. They took Homer back to Kostas, who was annoyed that they got the wrong person. Seamus then made Homer watch Property Brothers, which was a show that Colette loved.[1]

Whilst Colette was cooking food, Seamus ran her a bath. However, the two of them began arguing about them never going on vacation, with Seamus saying they needed to work to have money. Homer tried to make things worse between them by giving them bad relationship advice. This led to them having a full on fight trying to kill each other. During the fight, the food Colette was cooking boiled over and started a fire. The fire burned through the house, weakening the structure. As Colette and Seamus were making up with each other after fighting, the bath in the room above fell through the floor and crushed them to death.[2]

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