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"I'm a mechanical genius, which means I understand in my mind and my heart how parts work together. That's why I love machines. Bolt and a wrench, chain and a gear, they just made sense to me, they fit. For a long time, I didn't feel like I fit anywhere, until I met you. And I knew then, just like I know how to assemble engines, that you and me, Toby, we fit. You're my home."
—Happy to Toby

Happy Quinn-Curtis (b. 1988) is the daughter of Patrick Quinn and his late wife Grace, the wife of Toby Curtis, and a member of Team Scorpion. She is a mechanical and engineering prodigy.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Her mother died giving birth to her and this led to her father becoming an alcoholic so he gave her up for adoption because he thought he was an unfit parent. Happy never found a real home, constantly moving from foster home to foster home. Many of these homes promised they would be the last one, but inevitably sent her back. Somehow, she found a cousin who owns a mechanic shop in Phoenix, Arizona. She also lived in Portugal and released a single there.

Sometime in 2010, she married Walter so he could keep his visa and eventually get citizenship.

Season OneEdit

PilotEdit

Happy is tampering with the garage's wiring in order to siphon off electricity from the grid, while Sylvester calculates how much they can siphon for how long. After Sylvester explains that the money from the Linwood payment has "mysteriously disappeared" -Toby gambled with it- Toby rushes into the garage and tells them all to be quiet. Thugs who were chasing Toby then begin banging on the door until Cabe uses his Homeland badge to scare them off. Happy listens as Cabe requests Walter to help him land the planes, and when Walter refuses, Happy convinces him to.

While on their way to the LAX airport, the team is warned of traffic, so Walter directs them to the diner he just fixed the WiFi at. Walter diagnoses the problem and sends Happy and Toby to the data center to retrieve the uncorrupted code so they can send it to the airport and the planes. Happy breaks them into the center, and Toby correctly figures out where the disc is using his profiling skills. However, on the way back, he stored it in the door so the disc is wiped clean. After Walter and Paige get the code to one of the planes, Happy, along with the rest of the team, accepts both the money and the job offered by Cabe.

Single Point of FailureEdit

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A CycloneEdit

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ShorthandedEdit

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Plutonium Is ForeverEdit

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True ColorsEdit

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Father's DayEdit

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Risky BusinessEdit

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Rogue ElementEdit

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TalismansEdit

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RevengeEdit

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DominoesEdit

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Kill ScreenEdit

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CharadesEdit

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Forget Me NotsEdit

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Love BoatEdit

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Going SouthEdit

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Once Bitten, Twice DieEdit

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Young Hearts Spark FireEdit

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CrossroadsEdit

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CliffhangerEdit

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Postcards from the EdgeEdit

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Season TwoEdit

Satellite of LoveEdit

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Cuba LibreEdit

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Fish FiletEdit

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RobotsEdit

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Super Fun GuysEdit

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Tech, Drugs and Rock and RollEdit

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Crazy TrainEdit

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Area 51Edit

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US vs UN vs UKEdit

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Arrivals and DeparturesEdit

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The Old College TryEdit

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Dam BreakthroughEdit

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White OutEdit

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Sun of a GunEdit

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Da BombEdit

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FracturedEdit

Happy is at the garage getting help from Paige with her presentation when they both get a weird text from Sylvester: "A big one's coming". Almost immediately after, an earthquake rocks the city and knocks over some shelves in the garage. In order to communicate with the rest of the team due to the phones being out, they put in some comms, and Walter and Toby tell them that the water lines are pinched off, and since the the gas lines run parallel to them, they must be pinched off too. They now have to shut off the gas lines and vent the gas before it explodes. On their way out of the garage, Happy, Paige, and Cabe come across a group of people trapped in a car in a pool of electrified water that's rising. They decide they will stack tires on a pole and knock it into the water so the people can crawl across it.

When they're about halfway done, a new problem arises: the engine is smoking and the fumes are getting into the car where the people are trapped. Cabe shoots out the tires so that the water will put out the fire, but that also means the people can no longer touch anything metal in the car and the water will get into the car sooner. Once the tires are stacked, Cabe slams into the pole and knocks it into the water. Two of the people trapped cross it, but the third man is too afraid, so Paige crawls across and convinces him to get moving. Paige is halfway across when they see signs the car is about to explode, and Cabe tells Paige to stand up and run. The car explodes, throwing Paige into Cabe. Everyone is safe, and Walter tells them he needs them to meet up with them and they need to make something they can throw streamlined. The trio pulls up where Walter and Toby have used a shipping container as a funnel over a manhole, and Happy whips out an atlatl she made with a pool cube and a hanger. She lights the end on fire and hands it to Cabe, who throws it into the container and the gas is set on fire so it will never reach Midtown, where building are on fire and would have burned it up and likely caused an explosion.

Happy later appears at Toby's apartment in a robe, having listened in on he and Walter's conversation. She asks if he's truly never been happier, and he says yes. They then kiss. Next we learn that they engadged in activities that toby described as "Touching Parts"

AdaptationEdit

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The Fast and the NerdiestEdit

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TickerEdit

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Djibouti CallEdit

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Twist and ShoutEdit

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Hard KnoxEdit

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Chernobyl IntentionsEdit

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Toby or Not TobyEdit

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Season ThreeEdit

Civil WarEdit

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More Civil WarEdit

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It Isn't the Fall That Kills YouEdit

In the flashback of the episode (6 hours earlier) we find Toby, Sylvester, and Walter meditating while Happy is doing some welding. Cabe comes in and wonders what is going on, Happy takes off her welding helmet and mentions that she thought they should go green, so she is welding some solar panels. When Cabe clarifies that he is asking about the guys (The Dali Lamas), happy points out that Walter is stressed about Paige, and Toby is stressed about her secret husband. Cabe picks up a bit of animosity towards meditation from Happy, and tells her: 'Don't knock meditation, even marines use it.' Happy then replies: 'Why don't you pull up a mat?' Cabe watches the three listening to the recorded voice and declines. He walks away and Happy resumes her work, though it is interrupted again by Paige and Tim's arrival asking their help to settle an argument. They don't ask directly though, and just continue talking between themselves as Happy puts her welding equipment down to listen.

Later, she listens to Richard Elia explain that his company has its first manned space launch in three days, saying that it is important for them to meet the deadline because they'll lose their next round of funding --- due to their contract being given out to competitors.

When Richard shows a picture on the screen after Walter asks what he needs from Scorpion, Happy recognizes it as Walter's throttle design. Richard says that it doesn't work after his people had adapted it to their needs. Sly chimes in saying that they have empirical evidence that it works. Richard then adds that when they scaled it to a much larger rocket, they found instability issues. While Richard shows Walter the design, Happy says that it was their engineers that screwed up after Walter comments that the numbers aren't right. Richard mentions that he'd be open to have them be proven wrong and is more than happy to pay a premium for the solution.

Once at the facility, Happy does diagnostic tests on the rocket with Walter and thinks of a couple of areas (throttle, valve system, etc) where the problem could be. Walter tests the throttle first...though once they are done it was revealed that it was the valve system that is playing up. Happy explains to Richard via coms how the valve system (redundant) is ruining the throttle ratio that Walter has designed. Richard points out that his engineers put in the redundancy to compensate for the instability, Walter replies that he can prove that the redundancy is necessary and starts on the alterations. While Walter continues doing the alterations, Happy heads to mission control to pick up the proper valves.

On the drive back, Happy asks Sly about the radar status (to check the weather) and Sly reports that there is a storm coming in. Happy notes that 'Rockets are giant lightnight rods' and they have to get Walter out. Since Walter had put off his comms to avoid hearing more of Paige and Tim's flirty banter, Happy's news does not reach him. After checking from the rest of the team if Walter got the message, Happy gets requested to pick Walter up, and get him out of there until the storm clears. She does not reach Walter in time before the first lightning strike which sends the rocket to start the ignition sequence.

Looks like the ignition sequence is going fast as Happy is still on her way and reporting that the rocket is going to launch. It does launch and all Happy could do is stop the car and wait from afar and deliver her familiar tagline: 'Not Good'

Little Boy LostEdit

In this episode Happy enters work suspiciously, Cabe picks up on this however no further development is shown. Toby, is figuring out the riddle that Mark gave him, to give him further insite into who Happy's husband may be.

During the main plot of the episode Happy has no or little interaction with the case Involving a young boy with autism lost in a museum.

Later in the episode, Toby discovers that Happy's husband is Walter. Happy and Walter got married six years ago after Walters visa ran out, to keep him in the country. However a plot twist reveals Happy to be pregnant with Toby's biological child, insisting a divorce as soon as possible for the well-being of the upcoming child.

Plight at the MuseumEdit

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Bat Poop CrazyEdit

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A Bigger VoteEdit

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Sly and the Family StoneEdit

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This is the PitsEdit

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Wreck the HallsEdit

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Ice Ca-CabesEdit

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Faux Money Maux ProblemsEdit

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The Hole TruthEdit

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SharknerdoEdit

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Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt CheapEdit

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Don't Burst My BubbleEdit

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Monkey See, Monkey PooEdit

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Broken WindEdit

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Rock BlockEdit

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Strife on MarsEdit

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Something Burrowed, Something BlewEdit

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PersonalityEdit

Happy has a hostile exterior, due to her being raised in the foster system. She normally keeps her emotions in check, but gets angry quickly and tries to deal with her pain by turning it into anger. She is extremely distrustful of others and being hurt by them. Despite this, she truly does love her friends.

TriviaEdit

  • Walter found Happy when she was paying people to act as her stand-in at fabrication competitions as she hates being judged.
  • She's had a photographic memory since age 2, in addition to her 184 IQ.
  • Happy is fluent in Japanese and Portuguese.
  • When in foster care, she kept looking for a red truck with a dented fender, as it belonged to her father and she hoped he would come for her.
  • Her deepest fear is rejection, revealed in Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt Cheap
  • Happy is seen driving a beige 2004 Toyota Tacoma.

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