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Annie Reilly, Annie, Reilly
Molly Stuart brings Annie to Pompadou's Bordello, whispering to the girl, "You're quite the beauty, and I'm quite the jealous bitch."
Mid-Season Beat Sheet: A super-sexualized ten year old on the hop, Five Points orphan Annie got her ticket into the lap of luxury when Kevin Corcoran rescued her from the evil clutches of Madame Pompadou. Winnie Haverford killed her twin sister, so Annie repaid the favor, stabbing Winnie in the chest with some help from her hero, Kevin. Elizabeth Haverford adopted Annie, but the girl’s downtown to uptown transition has been a bumpy carriage ride – Annie’s raising pure hell, singing dirty rhymes, escaping to Corcoran’s house to seduce him, spying on her adopted mom, giving her dolls prostitute makeovers, and propositioning just about any man who steps foot in her new house.
Strengths: Lying, spying, and bribing
Vices: Lying, spying, and bribing
Kill Count: 1 – Winnie Haverford
Goals to Strive for in 1865: Ease up on Elizabeth. Leave the past (and the hop) in Five Points.
The Last Word: “Excuse me sir, would you like me to pleasure you?”
Annie refuses the Monsignor's help. "Your husband seemed to like me just fine," she tells Elizabeth with a smug grin.
Fed up with her new living arrangements, Annie gives her adopted mom a good shove, and bolts for the door.
Elizabeth is tricked into believing that John Reilly is Annie's father, and unknowingly hands Annie over to a monster.
Annie attempts to convince a baffled Robert Morehouse that they had sex at Pompadou's while he was intoxicated.
When Morehouse refutes Annie's claims, she reveals that Elizabeth has been taking visits from Confederate soldiers.
A surprised Corcoran runs into Annie Reilly in Five Points, looking out of place in her new wardrobe.