Penny: Back working department stores, desperately shopping around manuscripts.
Aggie: Incorruptible covert hunter dragging pot farmers and raw foodists to justice.
Sara: No one willing to take her seriously after "Hot Lights," currently living off the proceeds from playing herself in a melodramatic TV-movie about Cyndi and Charlotte.
Lisa: Globe-hopping unlicensed forensic accountant for hire.
Duane: Locally famous performance artist, wherever he is now.
Stan: Anarcho-capitalist rabble rouser.
Jack: Living with Katy-Ann, working a mailroom he never plans to leave (unless, of course, she moves).
Rich: Killed in bike crash; cause of death was massive head trauma.
Katy-Ann: Beginning PhD program in theology.
Michelle: Followed P&A to their college, only to be tragically electrocuted by a desk lamp in the first week.
Brandi: Unable to get into a real sports school with her record, and not academically-minded enough to pursue a degree for its own sake, formerly worked at a warehouse, lately as a bouncer.
Karen: Trying to climb the corporate ladder with a degree in management.
Marshall: Going for master's in topology.
Fred: To appearances, a mild-mannered, albeit somewhat camp reporter, secretly... well... secretly not much. He's Fred.
Daphne: Civil liberties activist, arrested by Aggie, now serving three to five on trumped-up charges.
Charlotte: Reoffended spectacularly shortly after release, killed in police standoff.
Cyndi: Semi-mythological founder and leader of shadow cult, no sightings confirmed by authorities since day of discharge, indirectly complicit in at least eight deaths, at large.
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