Billy is the brother of Prissy and Jane Andrews.
Billy Andrews is cruel to many of the female characters. He chooses Anne Shirley-Cuthbert and Cole Mackenzie as his two primary targets. He typically will make derogatory barking noises towards Anne and constantly remind her that she is orphaned to get a reaction from her. Billy broke Cole's wrist by slamming a board into his ladder, causing him to fall while painting for the winter play. He seems to have tried to befriend Gilbert Blythe, only to be shut down, causing a physical altercation between the boys.
Behind the scenesEdit
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Season 1 (Anne with an E)
- "I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me"
- "But What Is So Headstrong as Youth?"
- "An Inward Treasure Born"
- "Tightly Knotted to a Similar String"
- "Remorse Is the Poison of Life"
Season 2 (Anne with an E)
- "Signs Are Small Measurable Things, But Interpretations Are Illimitable"
- "The Determining Acts of Her Life"
- "I Protest Against Any Absolute Conclusion"
- "Memory Has as Many Moods as the Temper"
- "Struggling Against the Perception of Facts"
- "What We Have Been Makes Us What We Are"
- "The Growing Good of the World"
Season 3 (Anne with an E)
- "A Secret Which I Desired to Divine"
- "The Summit of My Desires"
- "A Strong Effort of the Spirit of Good"
- "A Dense and Frightful Darkness"