What Happens to Elodie Davis in Trinkets Season 2?
At the beginning of the season, Elodie is on the road with Sabine after running away. But she soon realises that the rockstar lifestyle isn't for her, and Sabine isn't looking to be tied down by anyone. Elodie returns home and heads back to school where she, Tabitha, and Moe make their public debut as friends (a step up from how they had a secret alliance in season one). Her dad and stepmom force her to get involved in an after-school program, so she uses her ukulele skills to join the school band.
On Elodie's first day of practice, she meets the cute and quirky clarinet player, Jillian. There seems to be instant chemistry, but Elodie isn't totally sure if her new crush is into girls. She tries to decode Jillian's comportments, which include posting Ryan Gosling memes on social media and dressing as Sally Ride ("the first gay woman in space," Elodie points out). The two eventually kiss, but Jillian shares that she's still figuring out her sexuality and grappling with how to tell her parents. But one thing is for sure: they want to be together.
They develop a romance, but things get a little rocky when Elodie enters a music competition. During her performance, she freezes on stage until Sabine suddenly appears to help her sing. The pair makes googly eyes at each other for the entirety of their set, which prompts Jillian, who's in the audience, to leave. Elodie tries to convince Jillian that nothing is going on with Sabine and comes clean about being a kleptomaniac. It doesn't go over well, and Jillian decides that she needs some space. However, they reconnect when Jillian tells Elodie that she opened up about her sexuality to her parents. In the final episode, the couple is seen holding hands and walking down the school hallway together.
Amid dealing with the new relationship, Elodie also becomes involved in a top-secret scandal with Moe and Tabitha. Brady blackmails Moe into stealing the answers to an upcoming test (more on that later), but she needs Tabitha and Elodie's help. They're able to snag the exam for Brady, which, unfortunately, ends Elodie's 30-day streak of not stealing anything. But later, after telling Jillian about her shoplifting addiction, Elodie goes through her box of purloined items and returns them to their respective stores.
Elodie also becomes closer to her father and stepmom, recognising that they're protective because they genuinely care about her. Moreover, she gets a sense of closure at the end when she spreads her late mother's ashes on the beach with Tabitha and Moe.