In Terra Rica, there are few people kinder than Jeanette Dubois. As the owner of The Honey Pot burlesque house, she naturally doesn’t have the best reputation, but to the girls she has taken in and supported, she is like a second mother. When she immigrated to Terra Rica before the war, she was left on her own with nothing. Now, with her modest success, she wants to help other girls who have nowhere else to go. Her kindly demeanour makes The Honey Pot more of a family than a business, and many of the employees have nowhere else to go. As a close friend of Tina’s father Luke Winchester, she took Tina in following his death, and the young Tina became like a daughter to her.
As kind and benevolent as Jeanette is, she expects people to pull their weight, and her matronly nature makes it hard for people to want to disappoint her. She’s always looking out for the best interests of her girls, and will do whatever she can to protect them. Tina’s decision to become a bounty hunter hit her hard, and she frets terribly over Tina’s safety. It’s always with pure relief that she welcomes her surrogate daughter home from a job.