Sabrina, the cashier at Howdy's Market, bumped into Jimmy just as he was taking his belongings to the local pawnshop to trade for a car seat. A smitten Jimmy began to think of excuses to talk to her and found out that her cousin Shelley runs a day-care center. When Shelley got a little too aggressive with him, Sabrina came to Jimmy's rescue, but to his dismay he found out that she already had a boyfriend, Wyatt.
Sabrina later revealed to Jimmy that she's was working on a short story called "The Elephant in the Room" about a family full of emotionless zombies. Although her dad did not support her creative endeavors, Jimmy encouraged her to follow her dreams.
Jimmy was hopeful that their relationship could blossom into something more than just friends when Sabrina came over to make Shrinky Dinks. After looking at his family photos, she advised him not to show them to any girl he's interested in romantically.
When Wyatt couldn't make it to a Halloween party, Jimmy took Sabrina to the shindig dressed as Batman to her Robin. But then her boyfriend showed up as the superhero, and a drunk Sabrina kissed Jimmy thinking he was Wyatt.
Later, Jimmy escorted Sabrina to Wyatt's frat party. They discovered he was cheating, and Jimmy reunited the couple to save them all from Wyatt's love-crazed game of chicken.
When Jimmy flashed back to his 18th birthday five years earlier, it was revealed that Sabrina, then a young, braces-clad, college-bound girl, had a crush on a Goth kid named Drakkar Noir. He had his face painted white and his hair dyed black to match his clothing. She had no idea that it was actually Jimmy under the makeup.
After a brief engagement, Sabrina's rocky relationship with Wyatt came to an end, and a romance with Jimmy finally blossomed. Although Jimmy now has his dream girl, Sabrina must 'fess up to some odd habits— like the fact that she sleeps with pantyhose over her head to keep spiders from crawling into her ears in the middle of the night.
And when she got chummy with a male study partner, she was forced to acknowledge that she likes to have backups on hand for everything, from cleaning supplies to men. But Sabrina has her strengths too. She was even willing to go to jail for her commitment to the Occupy Natesville movement.
Sabrina seems content working a low-wage job at Howdy's Mart. But the Chases discover that she has a family secret: the Collins clan is loaded. That doesn't change how she feels about Jimmy and his far-from-well-off family. In fact, she seems way more at home in their company than in her parents' world.
Shannon Woodward hails from Boca Raton, FL, and Austin, TX. She was a series regular on the cable drama "The Riches."
Her television credits include guest-starring roles on "ER," "Criminal Minds," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Psych," "Cold Case," "Without a Trace," "Crossing Jordan" and "Grounded for Life."
Woodward's film credits include the comedies "Man of the House" and "The Comebacks," as well as independent films "Girlfriend," "The Shortcut," "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" and "The Quiet."
In her spare time, Woodward plays video games and the guitar. She currently resides in Los Angeles.