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Manola Jimenez was a character who appeared in the second episode of the third season of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. She was Kisa's girlfriend before she met her untimely death by Amaru.

History[]

Manola is from Idaho and before she met Kisa, she was about to be attacked by a posse of seven culebras who came to collect a debt. After Kisa saved her, she has been with her ever since.

Throughout From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series[]

Season Three[]

In La Reina, Manola is revealed to be Santanico's girlfriend. She was seen following going with Santanico anywhere, including when Santanico wanted to punish Kilroy for breaking her rules. When the Olmeca attacked Santanico's hideout, Manola was the first to want to step in and fight, but Santanico pulled her and took her to a safe room where the Olmeca couldn't get inside. Richie by Santanico's orders took Manola with him in order to keep her safe. As they both try to flee, Amaru appears and Richie tries to stop her with his mind control, but Amaru was immune to it and made Richie collapse. Amaru then made the Olmeca strangle Manola. When Santanico appeared Amaru told her that she was the true queen. Enraged by this, Manola replied with Kisa is the one true queen you bitch and proceeded to stab the Olmeca. Amaru then kicked Manola and began to extract her soul, ultimately killing her.

Physical Appearance[]

Manola is a beautiful, small, and black haired woman. Despite her height, she appears to have a strong lithe body due to her occupation as a fighter.

Personality[]

Manola was a brave, strong and tough as nails woman who worried about Kisa and how she could handle the Olmeca. She also states she's a fighter and despite being a human, she can handle herself.

Appearances[]

Season Three

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Name[]

  • Manola is the Spanish feminine form of Manuel, which is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Emmanuel, which means "God is with us".[1][2]
  • Jimenez is a surname of Iberian origin, which first appeared in the Basque lands. It is a patronymic construction from the modern styled Jimeno, plus the Spanish suffix -ez, meaning "son of".[3]

Trivia[]

  • Gabrielle Walsh has appeared in The Vampire Diaries, which involved similar species like culebras (but vampires), and in Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, which involved demons.

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