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Mary is a fictional character on the TV show [[UnREAL|''UnREAL'']] (2015-) on Lifetime. She is portrayed by [[Ashley Scott]].
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|image = Cast 300x300 unreal mary.jpg
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|name = Mary Newhouse
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|death = [[Savior|2014]]
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|affiliation = [[Everlasting]]
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|loves = * [[Kirk]] (ex-husband)
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* [[Adam Cromwell]] ("suitor")
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|family = * [[Lily Belle]] (daughter)
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* [[Louise]] (sister)
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|actor = [[Ashley Scott]]
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|seasons = [[Season 1|1]]
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|first = ''[[Return]]''
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|last = ''[[Savior]]''
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|epcount = 7
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}}
   
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'''Mary Newhouse''' was one of the contestants of "[[Everlasting]]" who vied for the chance to be with [[Adam Cromwell]]. She was a single mother who was also bipolar and had come from an abusive relationship with her ex-husband—a claim that granted her full custody of their child.
   
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Mary commits suicide while on the show by jumping off the mansion's roof.
   
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She is a fictional character on Lifetime's ''[[UnREAL]]'' and was portrayed by [[Ashley Scott]].
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== ''Season 1'' ==
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=== ''Return'' ===
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Mary was among the girls in "Limo Three" that [[Rachel Goldberg]] would produce in the coming weeks for the show as "her girls". According to Quinn, [[Shia]] had tried and failed to woo Anna for the show, but Rachel managed to close the deal with her.
   
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=== ''Relapse'' ===
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=== ''Mother'' ===
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=== ''Wife'' ===
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=== ''Truth'' ===
! colspan="2" | <div class="wikia-infobox-section-header">Basic Information</div>
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Tired of Mary being reserved, [[Shia]] decided to take matters into her own hands after finding out from [[Dr. Wagerstein]] about her mood stabilizers. Shia turned off the surveillance in Mary's room and switched out her bipolar medication. Because of this, Mary's attitude changed and she also began drinking alcohol again.
   
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=== ''Fly'' ===
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After making a heartfelt invitation video, explaining her past with her abusive ex-husband, Mary was chosen by Adam for the next family date. Mary's daughter, sister, and her sister's children came to visit some time after.
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In an effort to push Mary and Adam closer together, [[Quinn King|Quinn]] and [[Rachel Goldberg|Rachel]] decided to invite her ex-husband Kirk onto the show to allow Mary to "confront her abuser", but things turned violent and a fight involving Kirk, Adam, and even [[Jeremy Caner|Jeremy]] broke out.
! Age
 
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Later, Mary, who was confident that she had won Adam over, confronted a restrained Kirk in a nearby trailer. As she told him how much better off she was without him, Kirk told her how pathetic and naive she was to believe that the show was real and forced her to see his abuse in a different light, telling her that she had begged him to hit her, horrifying Mary. Kirk told her that her "illness" would affect their daughter and that Lily would be better off without her.
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After the encounter with Kirk, Mary's family left and she bade them a tearful farewell. Shortly after, Mary went to the roof of the mansion to attempt to commit suicide. Rachel tried to talk her down, but she ultimately let herself drop from the building, even telling Rachel to join her. Quinn rushed to her body that fell by the pool and found blood at the back of her head.
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=== ''Savior'' ===
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While her suicide was initially kept from the contestants, it was hard to when it became evident that there were no cameras to film a possibly staged drama. The following morning, Adam told the girls of her death.
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Her passing temporarily shut down the show while the lawyers tried to stay ahead of any potential charges, which Mary's ex-husband Kirk later did. Shia was struck with guilt for switching out her meds, enough to confess to even Rachel and Quinn, though she still partly blamed Rachel for bringing Kirk—whom she believes pushed her over the edge—onto the show.
!Relationships
 
| {{{relationships''|[[Adam Cromwell]] (suitor)
 
<br> {{{Relationships''|[[Kirk]] ('''ex-Husband''')''}}}
 
   
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When the toxicology report on Mary revealed that she was off her meds and had been drinking again, Quinn knew that they were all at risk, and that the show could get cut because of Shia's doing. In a desperate attempt to save all of their jobs and prevent Kirk from getting money off of Mary's death, Rachel made a fake suicide note where she claimed that she was the one who invited Kirk onto the show, and that she committed suicide to get herself and Lily away from him. Mary's sister, Louise, realized that the note was fake, but still agreed to read it on camera because Kirk was trying to get custody of Lily Belle.
! Status
 
| {{{status'' |Deceased}}}
 
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== Season 1 ==
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[[Category:Characters]]
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[[Category:Season 1 Characters]]
=== Return ===
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[[Category:Female Characters]]
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[[Category:Everlasting Contestants]]
=== Relapse ===
 
 
=== Mother ===
 
 
=== Wife ===
 
 
=== Truth ===
 
 
=== Fly ===
 
After making a heartfelt invitation video, explaining her past with her abusive ex-husband, Adam chooses Mary for the next family date. Mary's daughter, sister, and her sister's children come and visit for the day.
 
 
Kirk is invited by [[Quinn King|Quinn]] and [[Rachel Goldberg|Rachel]] to reconcile with Mary, but things turn violent and Kirk attacks [[Adam Cromwell|Adam]], who fights back. [[Jeremy]] also steps in and fights Kirk.
 
 
Later, Mary, who is confident that she has won the competition, confronts Kirk, who is restrained in a nearby trailer. As she tells him how much better off she is without him, Kirk tells her how pathetic she naïve she is to believe that the show is real.
 
 
After the encounter with Kirk, Mary goes to the roof of the mansion, threatening suicide, before she finally flings herself off of the building, despite [[Rachel Goldberg|Rachel]]'s attempt at bringing her down. The episode ends with [[Quinn King|Quinn]] pulling her hand away from Mary's head to find blood on it.
 
 
=== Savior ===
 
In the beginning of the episode, it is revealed that Mary passed away due to the fall.
 
 
=== Two ===
 
 
=== Princess ===
 

Latest revision as of 11:21, December 19, 2016

Mary Newhouse was one of the contestants of "Everlasting" who vied for the chance to be with Adam Cromwell. She was a single mother who was also bipolar and had come from an abusive relationship with her ex-husband—a claim that granted her full custody of their child.

Mary commits suicide while on the show by jumping off the mansion's roof.

She is a fictional character on Lifetime's UnREAL and was portrayed by Ashley Scott.

Season 1 Edit

Return Edit

Mary was among the girls in "Limo Three" that Rachel Goldberg would produce in the coming weeks for the show as "her girls". According to Quinn, Shia had tried and failed to woo Anna for the show, but Rachel managed to close the deal with her.

Relapse Edit

Mother Edit

Wife Edit

Truth Edit

Tired of Mary being reserved, Shia decided to take matters into her own hands after finding out from Dr. Wagerstein about her mood stabilizers. Shia turned off the surveillance in Mary's room and switched out her bipolar medication. Because of this, Mary's attitude changed and she also began drinking alcohol again.

Fly Edit

After making a heartfelt invitation video, explaining her past with her abusive ex-husband, Mary was chosen by Adam for the next family date. Mary's daughter, sister, and her sister's children came to visit some time after.

In an effort to push Mary and Adam closer together, Quinn and Rachel decided to invite her ex-husband Kirk onto the show to allow Mary to "confront her abuser", but things turned violent and a fight involving Kirk, Adam, and even Jeremy broke out.

Later, Mary, who was confident that she had won Adam over, confronted a restrained Kirk in a nearby trailer. As she told him how much better off she was without him, Kirk told her how pathetic and naive she was to believe that the show was real and forced her to see his abuse in a different light, telling her that she had begged him to hit her, horrifying Mary. Kirk told her that her "illness" would affect their daughter and that Lily would be better off without her.

After the encounter with Kirk, Mary's family left and she bade them a tearful farewell. Shortly after, Mary went to the roof of the mansion to attempt to commit suicide. Rachel tried to talk her down, but she ultimately let herself drop from the building, even telling Rachel to join her. Quinn rushed to her body that fell by the pool and found blood at the back of her head.

Savior Edit

While her suicide was initially kept from the contestants, it was hard to when it became evident that there were no cameras to film a possibly staged drama. The following morning, Adam told the girls of her death.

Her passing temporarily shut down the show while the lawyers tried to stay ahead of any potential charges, which Mary's ex-husband Kirk later did. Shia was struck with guilt for switching out her meds, enough to confess to even Rachel and Quinn, though she still partly blamed Rachel for bringing Kirk—whom she believes pushed her over the edge—onto the show.

When the toxicology report on Mary revealed that she was off her meds and had been drinking again, Quinn knew that they were all at risk, and that the show could get cut because of Shia's doing. In a desperate attempt to save all of their jobs and prevent Kirk from getting money off of Mary's death, Rachel made a fake suicide note where she claimed that she was the one who invited Kirk onto the show, and that she committed suicide to get herself and Lily away from him. Mary's sister, Louise, realized that the note was fake, but still agreed to read it on camera because Kirk was trying to get custody of Lily Belle.

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