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Zelda Pocupine is certainly one of the sweetest belles in Malarkey County. Originally a next door neighbour to Thelma Possum, she was invited to the girls' sleepover -- despite causing a sting during a makeover session, but with promising fashion results.
Since that girls' night out, Zelda successfully landed an announcing job at the local radio station WSOU, owned/operated by Mr. & Mrs. Deer. However, she had to go by the assumed name of 'Belle' for brief identity protection. One of whom wouldn't fall for it was Gilly Gopher, as Zelda's voice was too familiar to him, daring to expose her, but Zelda still had ways to staying one step ahead. Even though the beans were spilled about her radio job, all's well that ended well, and has been kept on the airwaves ever since, not to mention her mother's support. Gilly tried to smooth-talk Zelda, but she really stuck it to him... literally with her quills. Afterward, neighborhood numbskull Gus Gunthrie voiced his misogynistic opinions about what a woman and her place was, but was insulted badly for it when Zelda questioned him about his family relationship about his father and grandfather.
On Zelda's radio talk show, among her frequent guests are Rabbi Simchak Lerner and many more (yet to be unveiled)!
Zelda also has a secret crush on Nip Todd while doing a radio show on the cruise ship that was screening the movie, Rebel Cry. With a bit of coaxing (and teasing!) from her partner, Mrs. Deer, Zelda scored a date with Nip after interviewing him!
But the evening was not without problems: during the announcement by the host, Zelda got spooked and gave her date an armful of her quills! After calming down, Zelda was relieved that Nip wasn't hurt too much, only to face Michael Moby. After getting a tirade from the corrupt movie director, Zelda stopped him in mid-sentence, and gave him a dose of reality via her razor-sharp commentary, making Mike cry like a baby. Aside from that the date was wonderful, and a second date is in the works!
She's a nice, polite young lady, but be careful... the barbs on her quills are nothing compared to the barbs on her sharp tongue!