Cassidy Finch is a smart and quite cynical person, but she is friendly and has a good heart. She was Axl's tutor in season 4, when Axl realised he might not get into collage by playing football after Sue runs over his foot with the car and he is out of football. So he would have to try and get into collage based on his academic grade to earn a scholarship. Axl was mostly hitting on her at first then they kissed and they got in an relationship. They dated for a while before tellign anyone, but their relation was out in the open when Mike caught them kissing, when Axl was meant to be spending time with Mike and Frankie. They broke up at prom after realising that they would break up eventually before college, as they would be a thousand miles away from each other. In season 5, Axl received a message on his phone which made him try to find the girl who sent him the message. In the end, It turned out to be Cassidy. They began talking, which led to a potential re-spark in their relationship.
Cassidy seemed to get on well with the rest of the Heck family. Particularly with Brick when she noticed him reading Planet Nowhere. And when Mike caught Cassidy and Axl kissing when Axl was meant to spendign time with him and Frankie, admitted that she seemed nice. Frankie never complained about Cassidy, or showed any hate against her, unlike with Morgan and April.
Season 4 Edit
- The Safe
- Thanksgiving IV
- One Kid at a Time
- The Friend
- The Name
- The Bachelor
- Hallelujah Hoedown
- The Graduation
Season 5 Edit
Season 8 Edit
• In Season 3, the actress Galadriel Stineman (who portrayed Cassidy) appeared in the episode Hecking Order as another student at Orson High called Lucy Howard. A girl who continuously kept making out with her boyfriend Steve Johnson in-front of Sue's locker. Blocking her from being able to get to her locker.
• Cassidy is still often mentioned in newer episodes.
• Cassidy was the first girl Axl properly loved and was involved with.
• Cassidy hated high school as she thought all what people ever seemed to do was to go to "lame" parties.