Cassandra’s wisdom is often given as unsolicited. In this season Cassandra is struggling with the loss of a parent and the beginnings of an entrepreneurial endeavor. Her small candle shop doubles as a place where she teaches jazz piano to a few neighborhood kids. Although she has disdain for her neighbors, she greets them amicably. She wants to assist Bond in selling some works of art in her shop. Her apron wearing extends into the streets, where she has allowed it to encode her identity and relieve her of having to make more choices. The audience will connect to her because she is irrepressible and spirited.