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  • Norma Watson
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  • Norma Watson was the secondary antagonist and best friend of Chris Hargensen from the novel and movie Carrie. She was portrayed by P. J. Soles in the 1976 film and by Meghan Black in the 2002 movie remake which she was not evil.
  • Norma Watson was a student at Ewen High School in Chamberlain, Maine In the 1976 film Carrie. Norma, equivalent to Tina Blake, is one of Carrie White's main enemies. Little more than a co-conspirator in the Ewen High prom night plot against Carrie White, Norma Watson (senior class president) became involved in the story during the scene in the novel where students were decorating the gym for the upcoming senior prom. Her name was mentioned in a conversation between Tina Blake and Chris Hargensen while the latter received a floor plan of the prom from the former.
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  • Norma Watson was the secondary antagonist and best friend of Chris Hargensen from the novel and movie Carrie. She was portrayed by P. J. Soles in the 1976 film and by Meghan Black in the 2002 movie remake which she was not evil.
  • Norma Watson was a student at Ewen High School in Chamberlain, Maine In the 1976 film Carrie. Norma, equivalent to Tina Blake, is one of Carrie White's main enemies. Little more than a co-conspirator in the Ewen High prom night plot against Carrie White, Norma Watson (senior class president) became involved in the story during the scene in the novel where students were decorating the gym for the upcoming senior prom. Her name was mentioned in a conversation between Tina Blake and Chris Hargensen while the latter received a floor plan of the prom from the former. The next place, where Norma appeared, was at the prom itself. She was handing out programs and seating people according to a pre-arranged chart. Not long after, Norma "dropped" a ballot for prom king and queen on Carrie and Tommy Ross' table and said "Good LUCK!" She and Tina then replaced the ballots with fake ones, that name Tommy and Carrie King and Queen. She survives the Black Prom, but only barely together with Tina by escaping through the firedoor in time with others like Miss Desjardin. She is condemned to never forget what happened at the Prom. Some time later, Norma described her version of the tragic downfall of the prom in her book "We Survived the Black Prom." without mentioning how it came to the catastrophe. Her fate since then is ambiguous, but it is implied, that she is hiding from the world because of the role she played in the Black Prom out of fear it may come out and told in her book only a watered down version of the Black Prom without telling her very guilty part in it to make the best out of it and to partially ease the burden of guilt, that is going to haunt her forever.