|Includes a running list of characters who are only known by the name of Kelly.|
Santa Clarita Diet Edit
Kelly was a woman in her apparent thirties who lived in Santa Clarita, California. She was friends with Lisa Palmer, Casey, and Sheila Hammond. One night, Kelly went out with her friends for "girls night" at a local bar. It was the first time that Sheila had joined the group on one of their outings. Sheila professed her new attitude on life, which involved a carpe diem mentality - one which Kelly agreed with. She emphasized Sheila's point by saying that if you wanted something, then you should have it. Afterward, Kelly and Sheila began grind-dancing to a pop song playing at the bar. Their dancing was interrupted when Sheila's husband, Joel, came into the bar to discuss an important matter with her. (Santa Clarita Diet: So Then a Bat or a Monkey)
Kelly was a young red-haired woman from National City. She was an employee of CatCo Worldwide Media. When Non initiated the Myriad process, Kelly was one of millions of humans in the city who became a mental slave to his whim. Non appeared at the CatCo offices where he had a confrontation with Supergirl. To demonstrate his power, he had James Olsen, Winn Schott, and Kelly all step out onto the balcony of the building and leap off the edge. Supergirl flew after them, but she was only fast enough to save Olsen and Schott. Kelly fell to her death.
True Blood Edit
Kelly was a young blonde-haired woman from Louisiana. She was dating a college fraternity boy named Brett and was traveling through Renard Parish one evening after having imbibed considerable amounts of alcohol. Bored, she decided to give her boyfriend a hand-job, but this ended when the frat boy noticed a Grabbit Kwik store that advertised the sale of the synthetic blood substitute known as Tru Blood. The two screeched the brakes on their vehicle and parked at the store. Inside, they asked the clerk about Tru Blood, but moreover, they wanted to know about the town's vampire population. The clerk played a prank on them by pretending to be a vampire, a joke that Kelly found little humor in. Brett inquired about where to score some "v juice", which was a nickname for vampire blood which, if consumed by humans, acts as a narcotic. Kelly had no interest in this at all, recounting how one of her classmates had done V and nearly clawed her own face off. At this point, one of the store patrons, a true vampire told them that they needed to leave. When they refused, he bared his fangs at them and they hastily exited the store. (True Blood: Strange Love)