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Ponytail was originally mainly a filler character, showing up when two females were needed or when a large group of people are present. But she has become more and more used, also without for instance Megan present in the comic. She is rarely used more than once in a comic (as [[:Category:Multiple Cueballs|opposed to Cueball]]), but there are two distinctly different Ponytails in [[673: The Sun]], although they do not appear in the same panel.
 
Ponytail was originally mainly a filler character, showing up when two females were needed or when a large group of people are present. But she has become more and more used, also without for instance Megan present in the comic. She is rarely used more than once in a comic (as [[:Category:Multiple Cueballs|opposed to Cueball]]), but there are two distinctly different Ponytails in [[673: The Sun]], although they do not appear in the same panel.
  
She seems to be less typically nerdy than Megan. In many comics where she has a specific role, she tends to have more educated roles such as in [[451: Impostor]] as an engineer and she has also appeared multiple times as a doctor in a coat in [[883: Pain Rating]], [[996: Making Things Difficult]], [[1713: 50 ccs]], [[1839: Doctor Visit]] and [[1840: Genetic Testing Results]]. Her doctor persona is also the depiction for Randall's wife's doctor during her battle with [[Category:Cancer|cancer]] as chronicled in [[1141: Two Years]].
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She seems to be less typically nerdy than Megan. In many comics where she has a specific role, she tends to have more educated roles such as in [[451: Impostor]] as an engineer and she has also appeared as a doctor in a coat in [[883: Pain Rating]], [[996: Making Things Difficult]] and [[1713: 50 ccs]].
  
 
Oftentimes, she is used as a police officer or security guard, usually with a male police officer as her counterpart, like in [[1018: Good Cop, Dadaist Cop]], [[1113: Killed in Action]], and [[1251: Anti-Glass]].
 
Oftentimes, she is used as a police officer or security guard, usually with a male police officer as her counterpart, like in [[1018: Good Cop, Dadaist Cop]], [[1113: Killed in Action]], and [[1251: Anti-Glass]].

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