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==Characterization== Jamie is distinguished from the other two J's due to his blond hair. Like [[Joey]] and [[Jeffy]], he is part of the football team. He stands apart from the [[Three Js]] is the following ways: *Quinn repeatedly forgots his name, calling him Jeremy, Jimmy, Jamiel or Jerome. Daria has also been shown to forget his name, and several teachers. Enough people forget it that in "[[Fair Enough]]", he sounded ecstatic that [[Anthony DeMartino|DeMartino]] had got his name right. *Despite the name-forgetting (or perhaps due to it), Jamie is the only one of the Three Js to have been given a last name, 'White' (revealed in [[Fair Enough]]). *In "[[Write Where It Hurts]]," a passing comment reveals he is married to Quinn in Daria's story about the future. Since [[Lucky Strike|another episode]] reveals that Daria can't keep track of which of the Three Js is which, she may have just chosen his name at random. * If his parents die, he will be taken in by "this creepy old aunt". "She smells." ("[[Groped by an Angel]]") *Quinn, briefly, "goes steady" with Jamie in [[One J at a Time]]. He was the first of the J's she chose in the episode, and she selected him via "eenie, meeny, miney, moe". He is aghast when the other J's abandon him as a result. (The relationship lasted a single day, doomed after he had to pee during an hours-long monologue from Quinn about make-up)
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