Throughout the SeriesEdit
Randolph who’s tasked with protecting Sister Molly’s "virtue," tells Tiago to get back to the truck, unaware that he's a detective. Molly assures him that it’s fine and continues talking to Tiago. Later, Randolph and Miss Adelaide interrupt as Tiago questions Molly. She informs her mother that the car is waiting. Miss Adelaide then warns Tiago that if he wishes to speak to her daughter again, he’ll have to do it through their lawyer.
At the Joyful Voices Ministry, Sister Molly rehearses her routine on stage as Miss Adelaide does accounting and Randolph reads a book. She cuts the song short, claiming she has a fitting with Brent. Miss Adelaide proposes that Randolph drive her, but Sister Molly turns down the offer, even as her mother insists. Molly has already agreed to wear the glasses and hat, but she doesn’t need a chaperone. She assures her mother that she’ll be home soon and leaves. As she does, Miss Adelaide signals Randolph to follow her, unbeknownst to Molly, who then goes into her room in search of an outfit.
He follows Molly to the Los Angeles Police Department, where she engages in a conversation with Tiago. He then follows them to the Santa Monica Pier, where he reports back to Miss Adelaide.
Randolph reports to Miss Adelaide how Molly went back to the beach house with Tiago, where they stayed all night. Miss Adelaide fears where this will end. She tells Randolph that he no longer has to follow Molly and that he is her good right arm.
Miss Adelaide enters Molly’s room to discover that she’s sneaked away. So, she orders Randolph to find her. They find Molly face down in the pool, covered in her own blood. Adelaide screams out for mercy.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
Randolph is an older white man with a shaved head and blue eyes.