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|Profession:||Student||Portrayed by: |
|Also Known As:||Ella Jae (by Rachel)|
|Family:|| Rachel - mother,|
Olivia - aunt,
Greg - father (unseen)
|Connections:||Mitchell Loeb, Brian Dempsey, Peter Bishop, Uncle Walter, Astrid Farnsworth|
|Seen In:||11 of 100 episodes|
- In Bound, she and Rachel arrive to spend time with Aunt Olivia at her Boston apartment.
- In The No-Brainer, she plays on a laptop computer while her mother Rachel is busy in the kitchen. She downloads a program that intends to liquify her brain, but is safe after Olivia and Peter race to the apartment and thwart the murder attempt. She enjoys the friendship that Peter offers her.
- In The Transformation, she finds her way into Olivia's clothing and make-up for a game of 'dress-up'.
- In Inner Child, she wakes Olivia, not Rachel, early in the morning for a warm cuddle and some pancakes. When Olivia returns to her apartment, after solving the case, Ella engages her in a game of Simon Says - and wins.
- In Unleashed, she curls-up with Olivia for a bedtime story.
- In Bad Dreams, she is concerned about her pending vaccination - where they put something dead in her blood. Later, after Olivia solves the case, Ella awakens and shares that what they put in her, is alive again. Olivia settles her down with the reassurance that it is just a bad dream.
- In Midnight, she plays with a boy her age, Graham, as Rachel chats with the boys' parents about getting Ella in to the school Graham attends.
- In August, she enjoys time alone with Olivia, who takes her to an amusement park for ride a roller coaster. December and The Observer watch the duo ride the coaster and December comments on how happy she is. He adds that "It is a shame things are about to get so hard for her". Who he is specifically referring to, Ella or Olivia, is not clear.
- In Brown Betty, she goes with Olivia to the Harvard Lab, where Astrid and Walter babysit her. Walter tells her a fairy tale while he is high on his own concoction of drugs, which he titled "Brown Betty".
- In Over There, Part 1, Olivia gives her a necklace that had belonged to Olivia's mother. Ella shares the gifting with Rachel, raising concern about Olivia's return.
- In Amber 31422, Olivia calls her on her 7th birthday during sensory-deprivation experimentation. Suggesting Ella was born in early Fall of 2003.
- In The Day We Died, Ella Dunham
- Ella and younger brother, Eddie, live with their still married parents in Chicago.
- "Monsters aren't real, right?" - to Olivia (slightly concerned) (Unleashed)
- "They put something dead inside you. Dead! Into your blood. Gruesome!" - to Olivia (about vaccinations) (Bad Dreams)
- "Are you kidding? That's not a proper ending. Don't you know? All good stories start with 'once upon a time', and they end with 'happily ever after'. You don't know how to tell stories." - to Walter (setting him straight on the most basic paradigm in any universe) (Brown Betty)
|— Plot Relevant Questions —||Address theories about questions on Ella/Theories Ask minor questions on the Talk Page|
1) Do not answer the questions here.
- How did Ella survive the predatory computer program in The No-Brainer?
- Is December commenting about Ella (August) when he states -- "It is a shame things are about to get so hard for her"?
- If so, will Ella play a role in the "coming conflict"?
- If not, in what ways will things get hard for her?
- Were the two lurking Observers witnessing an important event in history associated with Ella?