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Peach Anaïs Salinger was a main character in the first season of You. She was portrayed by Shay MiPeach is a privileged young woman, born into a notable literary family with wealth and vast resources. After meeting at Brown University, Peach assumes the role as the controlling queen bee of Beck’s inner circle of privileged friends. She takes an immediate dislike to Joe, assuming that he has sinister intentions. (Source:In the series, Peach appears to care about Beck's interests but often keeps her in arm's length. They have been friends since college, Peach helps Beck with money and other luxuries. Initially, she admonishes Beck for pursuing a relationship with Joe on the grounds that she needs financial support to live as a writer, having free time to hone her craft. Peach looks down at Joe as a bookstore clerk for his inability to provide.

Peach is manipulative, emotionally toxic and often parasitic. She appears intent on helping Beck, despite frequently engaging in sabotage and passive-aggressive behavior. She wishes to have Beck near her at all times, and thrives on their codependence. (Source: you.fandom.com)Out of all Beck's friends, Joe notes that Peach has a level of cruelty and determination that makes her dangerous. Ironically, Joe is not incorrect as Peach puts herself in situations and then expects Beck to be with her or take care of her. Unlike Joe, she does not seem to care about Beck as a writer. In one fight, she states that Beck writes "self-absorbed poetry." (Source: you.fandom.com)

Peach has been in love with Beck for a long time. However, her feelings have been shown to be largely unrequited. Beck loves Peach as her friend and consistently supports her but, for Peach, this is not enough. Her anger, her demands, and her agitations show that she does wish to coerce a romance if necessary as she loves Beck. In this regard, she and Joe are very much alike. (Source: you.fandom.com In another incident, Peach posts anonymously a drunken video of Annika using racially-charged language, knowing that it would harm her career as a social media influencer as revenge for posting a picture of Peach before her nose-job. As she once casually stated to Beck, people don't pay her to be fair. (Source:you.fandom.com))

In "Amour Fou" she finally has Beck in her bedroom and starts kissing her. Later on, Beck questions her about her attraction, which immediately makes Peach hostile and mentally abusive towards Beck. It is then implied that Peach's family is highly homophobic, which means she is denying her sexuality so that she is not disowned. Beck says she loves Peach as her friend and has come here to care for her after her injuries but Peach retorts with an insult that she is always taking care of Beck. Finally, Beck has enough and leaves realising that Peach will not admit she is lesbian/queer and that she takes out her frustrations on others, especially, those she loves. (Source: you.fandom.com)



you.fandom.com)She confronts Joe and starts realising things about him only to learn that Joe knows private things about her too, such as the naked pictures of Beck on her laptop. Joe then makes Peach angry when he says she should go to Paris, as she was planning, and settle down with a French Girl as Beck would never want her the way she does. This ignites her fury and they fight, leading to Joe murdering Peach. In his view, he was "saving" Beck from a toxic friend. (Source:

Peach throws annual parties around the time of her parent's divorce. (Source: you.fandom.com Peach claimed to have a rare, chronic, and painful bladder disease called interstitial cystitis. (Source:you.fandom.com))

you.fandom.com you.fandom.com you.fandom.com femalevillains.fandom.com))))Peach had a dog named Dalloway, who was a purebred bichon frise that eventually raPeach was addicted to or used Adderall, as Roger Stevens says that he's known her "since her Adderall days." (Source:Guinevere Beck • Joe Goldberg • Peach Salinger • Paco • Delilah Alves • Love Quinn • Forty QuiPeach Salinger was the longtime best friend of Guinevere Beck, and (as mentioned in the novel under the same title) is the distant cousin of famed writer J.D. Salinger. She first appeared in the pilot episode, and it was in the following episode that she first met Beck's new eventual love interest, Joe Goldberg (the series' main protagonist and villain). (Source:nn (Source:n away. (Source:

Peach acted haughty towards Joe, often calling him the more formal "Joseph," while also harboring suspicions of him as his relationship with Beck developed. The season's progression often saw Peach belittle Joe and tell Beck that she could do better than him, revealing the first signs of Peach's desire to keep Beck away from potential romantic partners. (Source: femalevillains.fandom.com More signs of Peach's heel persona were displayed immensely in episode 1.05, "Living With the Enemy," beginning with sabotaging Annika, Beck and Peach's friend from college, by posting an old video of Annika's racial rant, which showed her asking for white boys who liked girls with big butts. This was done due to Annika defying Peach (in Peach's mind), and later on, Peach set up a meeting with famed literary agent Roger Stevens, seemingly helping Beck achieve her dream of becoming a writer. Joe, who suspected Peach of attempting to come between him and Beck by controlling the latter, informed Beck that Peach was setting her up for failure, only for Beck not to believe Joe's claims. (Source:femalevillains.fandom.com))

Joe's claims were proven right during the meeting, as Stevens revealed that Peach belittled Beck's poems before he made a pass at her, and afterwards, Peach was confronted by Beck, who told her about Joe's warnings, only for Peach to insult Joe and insist that she was helping her. Beck also accused Peach of leaking the video of Annika and revealed her true nature before walking off. Meanwhile, Joe had found a racy photo of Beck in one of Peach's books, leading him to believe that Peach was blackmailing her. However, after taking Peach's laptop and seeing a series of photos of Beck, the truth came out: Peach was obsessively in love with Beck and wanted her to herself. (Source: femalevillains.fandom.com)

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