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  • Jodi was a foster child of Audrey and Donald Blaylock.
  • Jodi was Kyle's girlfriend before the souls' took over. Her body was the host for Sunny's soul. Later when Kyle captured her, she was terrified of the humans around her in the caves. Doc removed Sunny from Jodi's body. However, Jodi never regained consciousness so eventually, they re-implanted Sunny into Jodi's body. She now lives with Kyle in the caves. She never leaves Kyle's side.
  • Jodi is a pregnant woman who had anterograde amnesia after a car accident.
  • The Jodi Order is a art that rivals the Seeth Eempire. They use The Force and eat Spaghetti and BREAKFAST, and DINNER .
  • Agent Jodi is fourteen. She has bright red hair, blue eyes, and a nauseating tendency to wear clothing in multiple, clashing shades of tie-dye with her uniform. She is a were-smilodon, though what universe she's from is unknown, with no special powers besides shape shifting. She's tall and a lot heavier than she looks, presumably because even though she is actually the earliest and smallest species of smilodon she still weighs 150 lbs. changed, and the amount of mass that mysteriously disappears is between not much and nothing. Also notable is that she does not consider herself human, and hence, in her opinion, eating even regular humans is not actually cannibalism, much less Sues.
  • Full name Class Nationality First appearanceOathbreakers (novel) Jodi was a scout in the mercenary company Idra's Sunhawks. She is described as: "...sleepy-eyed and deceptively quiet, this pale, ice-blond child with evident aristocratic blood in her veins was their mapmaker. Besides that skill, she was a vicious knife fighter and as good with a bow as Garth was poor with one. She rode a gray mare with battlesteed blood in her; a beast impossible for anyone but her or Tarma to ride..." (Oathbreakers)Because of her tendency to wear gray leather, her appearance is likened to Lady Death.
  • Jodi was a young patient who Lisa Cuddy used to teach two of her students about taking medical histories in the episode Histories. She was portrayed by actress Leslie Karpman. Dr. Cuddy admitted Jodi who she found to be disoriented and suffering from a sore wrist. After completing her physical examination, she came to the right diagnosis, but seeing that Jodi was in no immediate danger, thought she would make an appropriate patient to teach some third year students, Julia and Chris Dewey, about taking medical histories. She corralled Gregory House, who was skipping clinic duty because he had a cold, and assigned the students to him, knowing he was an expert on taking medical histories. The students met Dr. House who assigned them to go to see the patient.
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  • Jodi was a foster child of Audrey and Donald Blaylock.
  • Jodi was Kyle's girlfriend before the souls' took over. Her body was the host for Sunny's soul. Later when Kyle captured her, she was terrified of the humans around her in the caves. Doc removed Sunny from Jodi's body. However, Jodi never regained consciousness so eventually, they re-implanted Sunny into Jodi's body. She now lives with Kyle in the caves. She never leaves Kyle's side.
  • Full name Class Nationality First appearanceOathbreakers (novel) Jodi was a scout in the mercenary company Idra's Sunhawks. She is described as: "...sleepy-eyed and deceptively quiet, this pale, ice-blond child with evident aristocratic blood in her veins was their mapmaker. Besides that skill, she was a vicious knife fighter and as good with a bow as Garth was poor with one. She rode a gray mare with battlesteed blood in her; a beast impossible for anyone but her or Tarma to ride..." (Oathbreakers)Because of her tendency to wear gray leather, her appearance is likened to Lady Death. In addition to mapmaking, Jodi also specialized in "subterfuge, infiltration, and assassination." (Oathbreakers) Tarma thought more than once about naming Jodi as her replacement in the role of Scoutmaster for the company. Unfortunately, she persistently avoided any situation where she might have to command, and was passed over for the promotion. Tarma recommended Garth instead.
  • Jodi is a pregnant woman who had anterograde amnesia after a car accident.
  • Jodi was a young patient who Lisa Cuddy used to teach two of her students about taking medical histories in the episode Histories. She was portrayed by actress Leslie Karpman. Dr. Cuddy admitted Jodi who she found to be disoriented and suffering from a sore wrist. After completing her physical examination, she came to the right diagnosis, but seeing that Jodi was in no immediate danger, thought she would make an appropriate patient to teach some third year students, Julia and Chris Dewey, about taking medical histories. She corralled Gregory House, who was skipping clinic duty because he had a cold, and assigned the students to him, knowing he was an expert on taking medical histories. The students met Dr. House who assigned them to go to see the patient. About an hour later, they reported back to Dr. House with their findings. Julia told Dr. House the patient had reported she hurt her wrist when she fell off her horse. However, Chris Dewey reported that the patient had reported that she hurt her wrist when she fell off her porch. After some initial confusion, they realized they had in fact talked to the same patient. They couldn't understand the discrepancy. Dr. House asked them how much the patient weighed and what color her nose was. Neither could answer the question. Dr. House asked them why Dr. Cuddy would assign them a case where the patient only had a sprained wrist and implied they should have looked deeper. Dr. House handed them a copy of Principles of Neurology, told them the disease started with a "C", and walked off. Some time later, the students reported back to Dr. House and as they walked to see the patient, started throwing diagnoses at Dr. House. He realized they were trying diagnoses in alphabetical order. He greeted Jodi and asked why she was there. She said she hurt her wrist. When he asked how it happened, she told him that a bird had attacked her while on a ferris wheel and she hurt it on the structure of the wheel when she batted it away. The students were even more confused, but Dr. House pointed out the patient weighed well under 100 pounds, that Julia had a picture of a horse on her binder, that Chris Dewey had a picture of a house on hers, and that he was wearing a bird pin and carrying a clipboard with a carnival on it. Given the patient's weight and the fact she was obviously making things up from clues in her environment, she had Korsakoff's syndrome, which made her both unable to remember events and unable to realize she couldn't remember. It presented because she was suffering from severe malnutrition. He prescribed thiamine and a better diet. He then told the students to treat every patient like they had it because most lie anyway. One of the students noted "Korsakoff's" doesn't start with a C, but Dr. House brushed it off. The students noticed the patient was upset from what Dr. House had said. He told them not to worry about it and asked Jodi how she hurt her wrist again. This time she said it was a mean doctor. House turned back to the patients and told him the patient couldn't remember what anyone did to her anyway, so his behavior didn't matter.
  • The Jodi Order is a art that rivals the Seeth Eempire. They use The Force and eat Spaghetti and BREAKFAST, and DINNER .
  • Agent Jodi is fourteen. She has bright red hair, blue eyes, and a nauseating tendency to wear clothing in multiple, clashing shades of tie-dye with her uniform. She is a were-smilodon, though what universe she's from is unknown, with no special powers besides shape shifting. She's tall and a lot heavier than she looks, presumably because even though she is actually the earliest and smallest species of smilodon she still weighs 150 lbs. changed, and the amount of mass that mysteriously disappears is between not much and nothing. Also notable is that she does not consider herself human, and hence, in her opinion, eating even regular humans is not actually cannibalism, much less Sues. Her species of smilodon, Smilodon gracilis, has been extinct for 500,000 years; the behavior of the cats is unknown and so there's no way to tell what's just her human personality and what's the influence of her other form. She loves what she refers to as her pack mates whether she shows it or not and anyone who hurts one of them is going to end up dead and quite possibly digested. She was recruited and went through Basic Training without incident, and spent her first week wandering around the Library, waiting for a partner. How she escaped immediate assignment is unknown. As for her personality, she's commonly described as perky, or occasionally "you glod-damned annoying creature give me back my pillow let me sleep." She isn't so much a morning person as someone who doesn't see the point in sleeping for eight hours without break at a constant time of day. This may be attributed to her being half cat. Her homicidal leanings tend to unnerve people who have only previously seen her acting like an annoying, cheerful teenager. She also prefers to sleep on the floor, in cat form. She is partnered with Agent Nadine.
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