Myka Bering

"Let's go save the world, Lattimer."

Casting: Joanne Kelly
Age: 30ish
Place of Birth: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Position: Secret Service, Warehouse Agent
Likes: literature, Twizzlers, puzzles, skating
Dislikes: heights, tentacles, Pete's ear hair
Run By: Amy



/baɪˈɒg rə fi, bi-/ [bahy-og-ruh-fee, bee-]
noun, plural bi·og·ra·phies.
1. a written account of another person's life: the biography of Byron by Marchand.
2. an account in biographical form of an organization, society, theater, animal, etc.
3. such writings collectively.
4. the writing of biography as an occupation or field of endeavor.

Origin: 1675–85; < Greek biographía. See bio-, -graphy

And then a bunch of crazy happened.



/ˈmɪs əˌleɪ ni; British mɪˈsɛl ə ni/ [mis-uh-ley-nee; British mi-sel-uh-nee]
noun, plural mis·cel·la·nies.
1. a miscellaneous collection or group of various or somewhat unrelated items.
2. a miscellaneous collection of literary compositions or pieces by several authors, dealing with various topics, assembled in a volume or book.
3. miscellanies, a miscellaneous collection of articles or entries, as in a book.

Origin: 1590–1600; Anglicized variant of miscellanea

2. anthology.


  • Knows bits, pieces, and/or whole languages: Russian, Portuguese, French, Latin, Arabic
  • Loves literature
  • (Says she) Only eats sugar when she's stressed, especially Twizzlers™
  • Her parents' bookstore is called Bering & Sons despite only having daughters
  • Was once in love with her partner at the Secret Service and then he died; don't ask her about it
  • Has a phobia of all creatures with tentacles and tentacle-like things, such as jellyfish and cephalopods; don't mention it
  • seriously
  • just
  • don't



> from quote

/kwoʊˈteɪ ʃən/ [kwoh-tey-shuh n]
1. something that is quoted; a passage quoted from a book, speech, etc.: a speech full of quotations from Lincoln's letters.
2. the act or practice of quoting.
3. Commerce.
a. the statement of the current or market price of a commodity or security.
b. the price so stated.

Origin: 1525–35; 1810–15 for def 3; < Medieval Latin quotātiōn- (stem of quotātiō), equivalent to quotāt ( us ) (past participle of quotāre; see quote) + -iōn- -ion

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"How do we not end up with our brain scrambled, or fried, or blown up, or what every new way to die there could be?"
"Look at the bright side, I'm usually within ten feet of you, so whatever terrible thing happens to you will happen to me too."

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"Artie, it's Pete, it's a win when he doesn't lick anything."

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"We did not 'whammy' each other and I will prove it or will die trying."

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"Okay. Make one more nerd joke and I'm going to point out how you're losing your hair."

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