Tina is Ronnie's girlfriend, who later becomes his wife. She is classically clueless. At one point, asks Brian to accompany her and Ronnie to her parents' house, so her parents can see that not all of Ronnie's friends use drugs. Brian is astonished, given that he uses alcohol and drugs nonstop. After Tina marries Ronnie but then loses interest in him because he starts playing too much Nintendo, she goes to a bar with Brian and falls into the arms of the first available man. The mindlessness of the characters in this book is represented by Tina in terms of romantic entanglements.