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Jennifer Smith is the daughter of John and Helen Smith, and the second oldest child of the Smith family.

Biography

Season One

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Season Two

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Season Three

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Season Four

A year later, she begins questioning the ethics of the American Reich after her experience in the Neutral Zone, in Montana with her mother, her uncle Hank and her sister Amy, where she is shown to be sympathetic to the resistance. She eventually comes back in New York with her sister when her father John Smith takes them both.

She return to school but ever since Jahr Null, the curriculum and her classmates have changed. In her literature class, she realizes all the students now wear armbands and is fortunate enough to be given a spare by her classmate, Henry Iver. One student questions her teacher about Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, where the author seems to imply that the Jewish character is "human" and that the book shouldn't be studied. The teacher obliges in fear and commends her for the correction. Jennifer later brings Henry to study at her parent's living room. She confesses to him that she lived in the Neutral Zone for the past year and has Henry listen to a Blues music record she secretly brought home. The two dance happily together before Amy takes the record and hurriedly retreats to her room so she can tell her father about it. Smith arrives and has Amy give her the record, while Jennifer is ordered to wait in her father's office. Amy claims her action was right as she is being taught to report anything bad even if they were relatives. Smith lies to her that the record was evidence for a case for the Gestapo and convinces her that Jennifer didn't bring  As for Jennifer, Smith scolds her for bringing such a life-threatening material back home. Jennifer later sneaks out of her room in the night to call for her mother, while Smith listens from behind. Jennifer cries out for her mother, desperate to flee the Reich and go and live with her in the farm.

Later at night she over hears Amy asking John why there are no black people in the Reich which he brushes off by reminding her that they are in Africa. Jennifer knowing the truth tells John that she knows it's not true.

Jennifer and Amy are watching Nazi news broadcasts about the planned invasion of the West Coast when it is suddenly interrupted and replaced with a broadcast coming from the West Coast. Bell Mallory, standing with other BCR members, calls out her message to the GNR about the terrible truth about the Nazis and encourages anyone to resist and defect to their side, before the stations manage to cut off their signal and return to regular programming. After listening, Jennifer demands that Amy go to her bedroom as she confronts her mother. Jennifer accuses her parents responsible for killing millions of people the Nazis deemed inferior and insists to know their fates. Helen confesses that they indoctrinated themselves into the Nazis' will of mass genocide but tries to justify that they did it so that their children could live. But a disgusted Jennifer points out that Thomas still died because of their decision. Jennifer is tearfully ashamed of what their parents have become and declares to no longer be a part of it.

Jennifer is last seen at the breakfast table not saying a word. It is believed that she and Amy were smuggled back to Montana to be with Hank.

Appearance & Personality

By the fourth season, She begins to question the Reich's policies especially after having lived for a year in the neutral zone.

Relationships

Jennifer has a good relationship with her brother Thomas, but at times she can tease and annoy him. After Thomas turned himself in to the Reich, resulting in his death, it is shown that Jennifer now extremely cares about her brother, suggesting that she possibly regrets teasing her brother. In the aftermath, Jennifer blames her parents for her brother's death.

Appearances

Season One
"The New World"
Absent
"Sunrise"
Appears
"The Illustrated Woman"
Absent
"Revelations"
Absent
"The New Normal"
Absent
"Three Monkeys"
Appears
"Truth"
Absent
"End of the World"
Appears
"Kindness"
Appears
"A Way Out"
Absent
Season Two
"The Tiger's Cave"
Appears
"The Road Less Traveled"
Absent
"Travelers"
Appears
"Escalation"
Appears
"Duck and Cover"
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"Kintsugi"
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"Land O' Smiles"
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"Loose Lips"
Absent
"Detonation"
Absent
"Fallout"
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Season Three
"Now More Than Ever ..."
Appears
"Imagine Manchuria"
Appears
"Sensô Kôi"
Absent
"Sabra"
Absent
"The New Colossus"
Appears
"History Ends"
Appears
"Excess Animus"
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"Kasumi ..."
Absent
"Baku"
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"Jahr Null"
Absent
Season Four
"Hexagram 64"
Appears
"Every Door Out..."
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"The Box"
Appears
"Happy Trails"
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"Mauvaise Foi"
Absent
"All Serious Daring"
Appears
"No Masters But Ourselves"
Appears
"Hitler Has Only Got One Ball"
Absent
"For Want of a Nail"
Absent
"Fire from the Gods"
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Notes & Trivia

  • In the alternate reality of Season 4, neither Jennifer or her sister Amy exist, only their brother Thomas exists.

References

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