'Dare Me': Willa Fitzgerald's Coach Colette bid to help the cheerleading squad may have darker reasons
We may not know what Colette has up her sleeve, but she definitely seems to be more than just a sweet-faced coach
Coach Colette, played by Willa Fitzgerald, is a strong female lead. She plays a character who demands respect while trying to avoid the pitfalls in her personal life.
Coming back to a town, that now has her on her pedestal with grave expectations to take the Sutton Grove cheerleading Squad to new heights, she seems to be cracking under the pressure.
With Beth, the Queen Bee, defying her every move, Colette seems to emotionally manipulate Addy, who is — for lack of better words — obsessed with her.
Knowing that the new coach is her ticket out the small town, Addy heeds to Colette's every move — although, we might see a spark brewing, even though it is one-sided.
Having Addy keep her secret affair hush hush, Colette continues to take special interest in Addy, at times even steering her away from Beth. Based on the episodes released, we may not know what Colette has up her sleeve, but she definitely seems to be more than just a sweet-faced coach who has come to help a cheerleading squad.
Beth has always run the show — be it at the top of the pyramid or the lead of her girl gang, Addy, has always been the "bottom b***h". While it was obvious in the previous episodes that Will was losing control, it is Coach who is the one to look out for.
Watch 'Dare Me' for more on the Coach's next moves.