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From Muppet Wiki

Lulu's test reading (c. 2000) with Stephanie D'Abruzzo and Steve Whitmire as seen in A&E Biography: Sesame Street.
For other uses, see Lulu (disambiguation)

Lulu is a young monster who appeared on Sesame Street for a few seasons, from 2000 to 2003. Her character design changed dramatically over the short period of time she was featured on the show; at least three distinct versions were used.

One notable episode aired in 2002 in which Lulu takes up a fascination with Ms. Camp, the local postal carrier. After following Ms. Camp around to learn about her job, Lulu wears a post office uniform and tries out her new career. She also features prominently in Episode 3983 where she wears glasses.

Lulu later became a regular background monster, seen in Elmo's Christmas Countdown and episode 4200 (where she, referencing her absence in recent years, comes into frame and says, "Hey, I remember you guys!").

The most recent Lulu was designed by Ed Christie and built by Rollie Krewson.

Evolution Gallery

See also

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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race: Human, Asian
affiliation: Pitt Raiders
role: Chef
location: The Pitt Uptown
appearances: The Pitt
base id: xx004138
ref id: xx0045fc

Lulu is a raider from The Pitt, and the chef in the year 2277.


Daily schedule

Lulu roams Uptown's walkways, praising Lord Ashur and handing out Noodles. She constantly refers to herself in the third person and adresses all others as "Pet", the reason being "We're all pets of Lord Ashur".

Interactions with the player character

Talking with Lulu can be somewhat unsettling, but she'll give you 3 bowls of Noodles if you ask her.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Raider Armor .32 Hunting Rifle Noodles -

Behind the scenes

  • Lulu is most likely a reference to Lulu's Noodles, a well beloved Asian restaurant in Oakland (Uptown). Lulu's Noodles is located on Craig St. in Oakland, just a few doors down from Phantom of the Attic comics (Phantom) and a few blocks away from The O (O-Dog).


Lulu appears in The Pitt add-on for Fallout 3.

The Pitt (add-on)

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Japanese Name ルールー
Romaji Rūrū
Voice actor(s) Rio Natsuki
Voice actor(s) Paula Tiso
Age 22 (Final Fantasy X)
24 (Final Fantasy X-2)
Height 1.67m (5' 6")
Eye color Reddish-brown
Hair color Black
Laterality Right handed
Home Besaid
Race Human
Weapon(s) Dolls
Overdrive Fury
Final Fantasy X Character
"No matter how dark the night, morning always comes, and our journey begins anew."

Lulu is a playable character in Final Fantasy X. She is one of Yuna's Guardians. Next to Auron, she is the wisest and most mature of them all. Lulu grew up with Yuna in Besaid. She and Wakka think of Yuna as a younger sister. Lulu's stoic and self-possessed nature makes her seem insensitive at times, but she has a hidden bit of gentleness underneath. She specializes in the art of Black Magic, using various dolls to help cast powerful spells. She is instrumental in helping Tidus adjust to the world of Spira, although she does not fully believe his claim of being from Zanarkand.



Lulu deviates from the traditional Black Mage look like that of Vivi Orunitia. She is instead dressed in an outlandish low-cut fur-lined dark grey and black dress that prominently displays her ample cleavage (from which she also pulls out items when she uses the Item command). She wears a huge collection of interlaced belts below the waist. Her hair is tied up in a knot at the top with long braids dangling from it. Her manner of dress is also completely different from that of other residents of the tropical isle, and the cultural distinction implied by her clothing and appearance are never explained. The only known citizen of Spira who looks or dresses anything like her is Paine, who is introduced in Final Fantasy X-2.


Final Fantasy X

Lulu is first mentioned in the game by Wakka: he warns Tidus about Yuna's guardian, stating that one of them "has a short fuse". Indeed, Lulu is often stern and scathing (particularly to Wakka), and doesn't smile very often. However, she is nonetheless kind-hearted and caring toward others. She is also highly intelligent, and is one of the few Yevonites who easily questions the Yevon religion on objective terms.

She was raised in Besaid as an orphan alongside Wakka, Chappu and later Yuna, after her parents, who she remembers just a little, were killed by Sin when she was five years old. At some point in her past, she became romantically involved with Chappu, Wakka's younger brother, and he even considered proposing to her. However, he became involved with the Crusaders, to make the world safer for Lulu (because "Being with your girl is good, but keeping Sin away from her is better") and died in an operation against Sin somewhere near Djose, before he could propose to her. Later, she would find out that Luzzu, a crusader and friend of Chappu, was the one that convinced him to enlist in the Crusaders: when telling the truth to Wakka, Luzzu stated that she hit him too when he told her. Unlike Wakka, she is more accepting of Chappu's death and she doesn’t place blame for it. Nevertheless, she still brings him up often and says how Tidus or anyone else will never replace him.

Before becoming a guardian to Yuna, Lulu guarded two previous summoners whose pilgrimages abruptly ended before reaching the Zanarkand Ruins. The first summoner Lulu guarded was Lady Ginnem, she was her sole guardian. However, as a young and inexperienced guardian, Lulu was unable to prevent Ginnem's death in the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth, during an attempt to acquire the Aeon Yojimbo. Lulu would harbor intense guilt over her summoner’s death, and Lady Ginnem's soul remained unsent, until later during Yuna’s pilgrimage. The second summoner she serves as guardian to, alongside Wakka, was Father Zuke. His pilgrimage ended at the Calm Lands, as he chose not to continue, a decision many summoners make when they reach those plains.

When Yuna (who she cares as a little sister) decided to became a summoner, Lulu protested at first, but eventually agreed to become her guardian, as well as Wakka and Kimahri. Lulu is very protective of Yuna and also respectful of the decisions she makes. She knows that Yuna made her own choice to become a summoner, knowing what it would mean. She trips to Kilika with Yuna, Wakka, Kimahri and Tidus, a young man who claims to come from Zanarkand and looks a lot like Chappu. Although, Lulu doesn’t believe that he is from Zanarkand, she is the one that offers Tidus patient and uncomplicated explanations about Spira.

After Yuna obtains the Aeon Ifrit at Kilika, the group leaves to Luca, where the Blitzball match take place. Yuna is kidnapped by the Al Bhed in hopes of making the Besaid Aurochs lose to them. However, Lulu with the help of Tidus and Kimahri manage to rescue Yuna, while the Besaid Aurochs win their first match in ten years. And Auron joins the group, as another guardian.

They travel through Mi'ihen Highroad and Mushroom Rock Road, where they get involved in Operation Mi'ihen, to get to Djose Temple. In Djose Yuna receives Ixion and they continue to Guadosalam. Once there, Seymour Guado proposes marriage to Yuna, Lulu is supportive of the union, as it will give the people of Spira some happiness as well as furthering relations with humans and the Guado. While Tidus is against any marriage, Lulu cryptically responds that she would like for Yuna to marry for love, but not for her to marry the one she loves, knowing full well who he is. The group travels to Macalania, where they confront and defeat Seymour, after discovering he murdered his own father. They manage to escape, only to be trapped under the ice. Yuna is kidnapped by the Al Bhed and later taken by the Guado. Lulu and the other guardians go to Bevelle to save her, but they are caught and tried for treason. Eventually they manage to escape and save Yuna.

The group continues the pilgrimage to Zanarkand and in the way there they visit the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth, where Lulu decides to face her painful memories. At the back of the cave, the group meets the unsent form of Lady Ginnem, the human personality she once held all but completely buried in enmity for the living. Lulu felt that she must fulfill a last duty to Ginnem as a guardian in ensuring that her spirit would depart to rest peacefully on the Farplane. After fighting and defeating Yojimbo — the aeon having been summoned by Ginnem — Ginnem's spirit departs for the Farplane. Finally at the ruins of the Zanarkand, they discover the truth about Yevon and kill Yunalesca. Lulu adjusts to this reality faster than some of the other former believers in her party.

The group then hatches a plan to engage Sin head-on and venture inside to defeat the monster at its core, Yu Yevon. Lulu fights along her comrades and protects Yuna till the end. After the destruction of Sin, Tidus' begins to fade away and Lulu is shown waving goodbye to him as he takes a running leap off the airship. She attends Yuna’s speech at the Luca Stadium, falls in love with Wakka and six months later they are wed to one another.

Final Fantasy X-2

"I'm not there, so you can spread your wings."
Baby Vidina

In Final Fantasy X-2 Lulu is pregnant with — and gives birth to — Wakka's child.

Lulu stays largely out of events in Final Fantasy X-2 due to her pregnancy. When Yuna first returns to the village she comments on Yuna's new lifestyle, and warns her to beware those who would use Yuna's status as High Summoner to their advantage and then invites YRP to stay the night.

When fiends attack from the Chamber of the Fayth at Besaid Temple she explains how the village has dealt with the attack and tells Yuna that the villages will feel better knowing she's home.

In Chapter Five Lulu finally gives birth to her baby, she waits patiently for Wakka to choose a name. A boy whom Wakka names Vidina, the Al Bhed word for future. Later when they are alone she tells Wakka that she has faith in him and that they're in this together, she encourages Wakka telling him that he won't "drop the ball".

She's later seen on Besaid Beach with Vidina as Tidus and Yuna reunite in front of the villagers.

Lulu in Battle

Lulu is a Black Mage, and thus her physical attacks and defense are initially weaker than the other characters. Instead, she relies on magic attacks. Her weapons consist of Dolls which are based on classic Final Fantasy creatures: Mog, Cait Sith, Moomba, Cactuar, and PuPu. She equips Bangles on her arm for defense. Her personality can also be seen when she "slaps" fiends for some of her counter attacks. Lulu also has the best Evasion by far in the game.

Lulu's Overdrive is called Fury. It casts a barrage of up to sixteen spells on the target. To successfully execute Fury, the Right Analog Stick must be rotated 360 degrees. More spins add more castings. Mostly all of the Black Magic spells can be cast. These spells cannot be evaded, protected against, or prevented in any way and do not cost MP, but do significantly less damage than a normal casting of the same spell. Lulu cannot cast a spell with Fury until she learns it in the Sphere Grid, and she can only Fury-cast Black Magic.


"Yuna's guardian, and an accomplished black mage. She's guarded two summoners before Yuna, and learned much from those pilgrimages. No one, not even Wakka, knows how she controls the puppets she uses as weapons."
—Dossier description

Lulu's Dolls

See: Lulu's Dolls

Lulu's Bangles

See: Lulu's Bangles

Lulu's Sphere Grid

Lulu's Sphere Grid area runs near Rikku's and Wakka's, and her Sphere Color is purple. The unique abilities that are in Lulu's default position on the sphere grid include the following: (Please note that more Black Magic spells can be learned in other sections of the sphere grid. Ultima,Osmose and Drain are not part of Lulu's Sphere Grid.)

Ability Description Ability Description
Focus Raises party's magic & magic defense Reflex Raises party's evasion
Doublecast Allows Lulu to cast Black Magic spells twice Fire Deals fire magic damage
Thunder Deals lightning magic damage Water Deals water magic damage
Blizzard Deals ice magic damage Fira Deals heavy fire magic damage
Thundara Deals heavy lightning magic damage Watera Deals heavy water magic damage
Blizzara Deals heavy ice magic damage Firaga Deals greater fire magic damage
Thundaga Deals greater lightning magic damage Waterga Deals greater water magic damage
Blizzaga Deals greater ice magic damage Bio Inflicts Poison, dealing damage after every turn
Demi Reduces HP of enemies by one quarter Death Instant KO.
Flare Deals non-elemental magic damage

Sphere Break

Lulu Coin
Coin No. 61 Coin Value 9
Trait Rare Coin
Location Win from the Bevelle Core Sphere player in the Luca Stadium.

Musical Themes

"Lulu's Theme"
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  • Lulu's theme is simply called Lulu's Theme, a song from the original soundtrack of the game. The one time it plays during the game's events is when Lulu is forced to face the unsent form of Lady Ginnem and the group fights Yojimbo in the hidden subquest involving the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth.



  • Despite being nine months pregnant and giving birth during Final Fantasy X-2 she shows none of the physical tell-tale signs due to Square Enix not wanting to create a new character model for her.
  • Lulu and Paine wear similar garments unique only to them in the entirety of Spira as well as both being remarkably composed and serious. They are also the only characters in Spira with red irises. This perhaps hints at an additional Spiran race that remains unrevealed.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Ms. Honolulu article)

From Lostpedia

Ms. Honolulu "Lulu" Bender

Executive producer Jack Bender with Lulu
Character(s) unnamed dog
Date of Birth Unknown
Origin Hawaii

Ms. Honolulu, aka "Lulu", is a female Airedale-terrier mix adopted by Lost executive producer and director Jack Bender from the Hawaiian Humane Society.[1] She now belongs to costume designer Roland Sanchez.[2] Lulu is often seen around the set of Lost and has become a mascot of sorts to the cast and crew. She avoided rules restricting animals from sets by being cast in "I Do", although Lulu was not visible in the final cut of that episode. Mary Dang, Bender's assistant, cares for "Lulu" off-set.

Lulu chasing goats in Nigeria ("The Cost of Living")
A clear view of the original painting for Jacob's painting by Thomas Hannsz, available for sale at Artist Rising.
Photo by Mario Perez for ABC
Lulu appears in a promotional still for "The Man from Tallahassee"
Lulu in an Oxford University scene ("The Constant"). See full image here

Lulu is often on the set of Lost. She was visible chasing goats in the background of "The Cost of Living" when Eko returned from the airport. Lulu was also featured in a promotional still for "The Man from Tallahassee". A painting of Lulu was featured in "The Man Behind the Curtain", in Jacob's house. Lulu appears in the extra featurette "Lost in a Day" as well as being featured in an easter egg on the Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD). She was visible in "The Constant" at Oxford University just before Desmond found Faraday. She is also introduced in the February 8, 2008 Official Lost Video Podcast by Roland Sanchez.

Lulu most recently appeared as a dog on a convenience store t-shirt in "Because You Left."

External links

  • Honolulu Advertiser, February 25, 2007 - "New girl on 'Lost' set 'knows all the secrets'", article about Bender's dog Lulu.

See also

This article uses material from the "Ms. Honolulu" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Lulu was a Gungan female who worked as a dancer in the repair asteroid station Darkside. She moved her ears front and back while talking. Although she had heard of The Cell, a criminal faction wanting to oust local crimelord Nirama, she did not know The Cell had a presence in Darkside.


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