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  Dale "Barbie" Barbara
Unseen
First seen "The Airplane and the Woodchuck"
Last seen "Wear it Home, it’ll Look Like a Dress"
Series lifespan "The Airplane and the Woodchuck" to "Wear it Home, it’ll Look Like a Dress"

Gender Male
Hair Dark Brown
Age 30
Occupation Former US Army Captain
Cook
Family Wendell Barbara - Brother
Julia Shumway - Girlfriend
Status Alive

Dale "Barbie" Barbara is a main character in the novel. He is one of the 26 survivors of the Dome.


Before the Dome Edit

Barbie is a former Army lieutenant (initially referred to as a former captain by Colonel Cox), Barbara became a drifter after separating from the Army. Trapped within feet of the edge of the Dome, witnessing a woodchuck cut in half by the event, Dale was attempting to flee the town after a confrontation with Junior Rennie and his friends.


Under the Dome Edit

Dale soon becomes the U.S. government's choice to run Chester's Mill. This causes more tension among Dale, Big Jim, and Junior, causing the two to frame Dale for the murders they commit.

AppearancesEdit

Part 1 appearances
"The Airplane and the Woodchuck" "Barbie" "Junior and Angie" "Highways and Byways" "Lotta Dead Birds"
"Clustermug" "We All Support The Team" "The Good of the Town, The Good of the People" "Prayers" "Madness, Blindness, Astonishment of the Heart"
"This is Not as Bad as it Gets" "Nyuck-Nyuck-Nyuck" "Missile Strike Imminent"
Part 2 appearances
"In The Frame" "Pink Stars Falling" "Feeling It" "In The Jug" "Salt"
"Ashes" "Play that Dead Band Song" "Busted" "Blood Everywhere" "Ants"
"Halloween Comes Early" "Survivors" "Wear it Home, it’ll Look Like a Dress"

TriviaEdit

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