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Evie Vega is a character on FOX's 9-1-1: Lone Star who is one of the daughters of Charles Vega and Tommy Vega. She debuts in the first episode of the second season of 9-1-1: Lone Star and is portrayed by starring cast member Skyler Yates and was formerly portrayed by Xandi Crouch.

History

Early Life

Evie was born in 2013 in Austin, Texas. Her godparents, Grace and Judd Ryder, were named as such by her parents as a successful attempt to get them back together.

Tommy going back to work

In "Back in the Saddle", Tommy goes back to work as a paramedic captain while Charles stays at home. Evie is okay with it, answering to Charles that her mum is a boss when he asks her and Isabella if Tommy looks like a boss. In "2100°", Evie and Isabella are worried about Tommy because of the volcano and Tommy comforts them by lying and telling her daughters that the paramedics only get on calls once the danger is over.

Black belt test

In "Displaced", Tommy trains Evie for her black belt test in the morning, before she goes to work, knowing she won't be able to come see her. Evie is tired and doesn't want to do kicking techniques so early in the morning and Tommy tells her that maybe if she had trained Evie hard enough last year, she would've passed. Charles reminds her to be less intense and Tommy answers that she made a promise six months ago - when she was a stay-at-home mum - to make Evie pass her test. Evie does one perfect kicking technique and Tommy asks her how did she learns how to that, Evie and Charles tell her that they've been practising after school when Evie is awake.

Later that week, Tommy comes to her black belt test after an idea TK came up with. Charles meets her there and asks Tommy what she's doing. She tells him that she'll watch the test because she wants to keep her promise and she'll leave if they get a 9-1-1 call they have to respond to. Charles tells her that Evie doesn't think Tommy is breaking her promise and that she understands that Tommy has work. Tommy realises that Evie doesn't want her there and Charles tells her that Evie is just feeling the pressure and that she doesn't want to let Tommy down again. Tommy leaves after reminding Charles to Facetime her correctly so she can watch the test. The next morning after Tommy spends a part of the night with Grace, drinking, she wakes up with a hangover and her and Charles argue, ending up having a food fight. They're soon joined by their daughters.

Losing Charles

In "One Day", Evie and Isabella wake up and ask Tommy where Charles is. She tells them that he had to leave during the night and that since the firehouse exploded, Tommy will spent time with them. Later, Tommy calls Grace and Judd and asks them if they can take care of Evie and Isabella for the day, they accept and Judd picks them up after school before going back home. He and Grace take care of them for the whole day while Tommy is at the hospital, waiting to learn what happened to Charles. At night, when she comes back, Tommy comes back to pick up her daughters and thanks Grace and Judd.

Charles' funeral takes place in the two weeks between "One Day" and "Dust to Dust", so Tommy told her daughters about Charles' death but it wasn't shown on screen. In "Dust to Dust", Evie and Isabella convince Tommy to go help people during the dust storm and they're babysat by Carlos for the day. They get close to him and even run to hug him instead of Judd when the 126 are trying to put the firehouse back on its feet.

Personality

Relationships

Tommy Vega

Charles Vega

Grace and Judd Ryder

Trivia

Appearances

Season Two
"Back in the Saddle" "2100°" "Hold the Line" "Friends With Benefits" "Difficult Conversations"
"Everyone and Their Brother" "Displaced" "Bad Call" "Saving Grace" "A Little Help From My Friends"
"Slow Burn" "The Big Heat" "One Day" "Dust to Dust"
Season Three
"The Big Chill" "Thin Ice" "Shock and Thaw" "Push" "Child Care"
"Red vs. Blue" "In the Unlikely Event of an Emergency" "3x08" "3x09" "3x10"
"3x11" "3x12" "3x13" "3x14" "3x15"
"3x16" "3x17" "3x18"

Multimedia

References

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