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Tully is a flamboyant, sarcastic but sensitive man. He was trained as a dancer and often plays chess professionally. He won an international limbo contest, but while attempting an under-the-bar, half-twist, with a full body roll, he hurt his back and had to withdraw from future competitions. He is the main cook and waiter at Cafe Caffeine, although he is terrible at both.
Dr. Bill Kildare
Dr. Kildare has a Ph.D. in English Literature. He is a book collector, scholar and university professor. He is often found in the back aisles of book stores and old libraries. Once he was found removing antique books from a library. A lawsuit is still pending.
Clarice is a beautiful barista and assistant to Ariel Ford. Her job at Cafe Caffeine is secure, because she is the only one capable of working the dreaded cappuccino machine. Her dream would be to own a coffee house in the Bahamas. She is having a secret affair with an unknown lover.
Miranda is a young aspiring singer. She is the only child of wealthy business man and owner of Cafe Caffeine, Charles De Vere. She graduated of Our Lady of Perpetual Entertainment, where she learned to play guitar, but didn't learn how to sing. Much to the annoyance of the Cafe Caffeine staff, she will make her singing debut at the cafe because she is the Charles De Vere's daughter.
Ariel is the ex-wife of Charles De Vere and one of the stepmothers of Miranda (a fact she wishes was not true). She is the boss of Cafe Caffeine, but only when Charles allows her to be. Her hobby is collecting and restoring old and rare books. She is a woman on the go but always has time to admire a man.
Robert Is a mysterious young man that appears to be an out of work student. He is not from the area and no one really knows who he is.
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