- "Oh come on! Will somebody just kill this little runt already?"
- ―Juanita commenting on Ratchet on DreadZone.[src]
Alongside Dallas, Juanita would make comments about Ratchet: seemed to be the more aggressive of the duo. She was sadistic towards Ratchet, who she hoped would die a painful death. She was also constantly irritated by Dallas' sexist behavior. Despite wishing for Ratchet's death, Juanita swiftly changed her attitude when Gleeman Vox threatened to destroy the DreadZone Station, from which she escaped with Dallas.
After DreadZone's destruction
According to reality Holo-Vision, they were both then "blissfully" married, with Juanita constantly setting deathtraps for Dallas. In actual fact, the marriage was fake, part of a new TV show they hosted. The marriage was a stunt to boost ratings, but Dallas switched the actor with a real justice of the peace. Juanita was unaware of this throughout her life.
Work for DreadZone
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- Juanita snuck a Quantum-Demoleculizer into Ace Hardlight's locker.
- She once wore a pair of Ace Hardlight underwear.
- According to cut audio files, she once spent eight years at a female prison on Dalon 4. However, the audio files were cut, and it is unknown whether this is canon.
- According to Dallas, Juanita was known to have placed up to 72 photos of herself all over Ace Hardlight's locker, with the following quote "Call me, I'm Desperate".
- Juanita enjoyed eating cooked Lombax brains with eggs and salsa, made by her very own mother.
- Juanita once poisoned Dallas' coffee during a The 'Zone broadcast.
- During Ratchet's fight with Gleeman Vox, Juanita got so bloodthirsty from watching the battle that she devoured a cameraman who unfortunately was standing next to her.