Netflix’s BONDiNG: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

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A character guide for Netflix’s BONDiNG featuring cast members names, character descriptions, and noteworthy information.


Season/ EpisodeSynopsisEpisode InformationTopics & Focused Characters
Season 1, Episode 5 “Double Date”Pete and Tiff go on dates, and while both are awkward at first, it seems they found someone who might be willing to work out their kinks.
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
  • Breakdown The Walls: Tiff, Doug, Rolph
  • Josh Really Has Weird Date Ideas: Josh, Pete
  • Dammit! I Caught Feelings: Tiff
Season 1, Episode 6 “Penguins”Both Pete and Tiff harness who they are and blur the lines between their alter egos and who they are without the mask. How do you think it went?
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
  • Coming To The Stage… Chester?: Pete
  • This Is Me: Doug, Professor Charles, Tiff
Season 1, Episode 7 "Into The Woods"The inevitable happens when it comes to Tiff and Pete’s line of work. Leaving you to wonder, will they survive?
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
Introduced This Episode
Trevor Stephen Reich
  • There Was A Fight?: Pete, Tiff
  • Prom Night: Pete, Tiff
  • It Was Bound To Happen: Pete, Tiff, Trevor
Season 1, Episode 4 "Let's Get Physical"Both Pete and Tiff decide to make some compromises to bring new people into their life. Also, Tiff shows she probably doesn’t need Pete as a bodyguard.
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
Introduced This Episode
Daphne D’Arcy Carden
Andrew Eric Berryman
  • I Just Don’t Want Him Calling Me Mother: Andrew, Daphne, Tiff, Pete
  • Why Must You Make This Date So Complicated?: Josh, Pete, Tiff
  • Not All Men: Doug, Kate, Professor Charles, Tiff
Season 1, Episode 3 “The Past Is Not Always Behind”We dive deeper into Tiff and Pete’s shared past and get to learn why she is so distant.
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
Introduced This Episode
Doug Micah Stock
Chelsea Amy Bettina
  • Gay For Rent Pay: Frank, Pete
  • Reminiscing Over The Past Since The Present Sucks: Chelsea, Tiff, Pete
  • You Were The Only One Nice To Me:Pete, Tiff
Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”Some of the awkwardness of episode 1 slips away as you realize Pete, while gay, is still Georgia made and Tiff has long left her conservative upbringing behind.
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
Introduced This Episode
Professor Charles Kevin Kane
Kate Stephanie Styles
Rolph Matthew Wilkas
Josh Theo Stockman
Fred Charles Gould
  • A Tiff Styled Pep Talk: Tiff, Pete
  • Teacher’s Pet: Tiff, Professor Charles, Kate
  • It’s A Fulfilling Life: Tiff, Rolph, Fred, Pete
Season 1, Episode 1 “Old Friends, New Names”Bonding starts off very weird, and potentially niche, but it has the potential to break out of that.
Network
Netflix
Creator(s) Rightor Doyle
Director(s) Rightor Doyle
Writer(s) Rightor Doyle
Air Date 4/24/2019
Genre(s) Comedy
Good If You Like Awkward Sexual Situations Made Into Jokes
Isn’t For You If You Are Uncomfortable With The Idea Of A Dominatrix Berating Her Client
Introduced This Episode
Tiff Zoe Levin
Pete Brendan Scannell
Frank Alex Hurt

Zoe Levin As Tiff

Tiff (Zoe Levin) outside of her Mistress May gear.
Tiff (Zoe Levin)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Old Friends, New Names”

Character Introduction

Tiff is a graduate student, studying psychology, who, to pay her bills, works as a dominatrix.

Additional Information About Tiff
  • She is the daughter of born-again Christians.
  • For most of high school, Tiff was with football players and not for romantic reasons. The reason she was with them is she felt sex was all she had to offer and so it’s what she gave for some form of validation. However, things were different with Pete, who knew he was gay, since he was nice to her and liked her as a person rather than just the feeling of her vagina. Leading to them having bad sex which led her to think she ruined their friendship.
  • She hasn’t talked to her mom in 6 years.
  • Tiff enjoys old movies but hates anything dealing with a lot of sunlight. Such as going to the beach, or being outside too long.

 

Brendan Scannell As Pete

Pete (Brendan Scannell) staring at the camera.
Pete (Brendan Scannell)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Old Friends, New Names”

Character Introduction

An inspiring stand up comic, Pete suffers from performance anxiety which leads to him more so watching people perform than him performing himself. Not to say he doesn’t have jokes and doesn’t write them, it is just he isn’t too confident in them. So, to make ends meet, he works as a waiter – which barely pays rent or supports his weed habit.

Additional Information About Pete
  • He has a slight feet fetish
  • He used to be chubby.

Alex Hurt As Frank

Frank (Alex Hurt) talking to Pete.
Frank (Alex Hurt)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Old Friends, New Names”

Character Introduction

Pete’s roommate who isn’t spoken about much in the premiere episode. Well, outside of supporting Pete being gay to an almost flirtatious degree.

Additional Information About Frank
  • He is really into butt play.

Kevin Kane As Professor Charles

Professor Charles (Kevin Kane) giving a lecture.
Professor Charles (Kevin Kane)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”

Character Introduction

Professor Charles teaches at Tiff’s school the psychology program and he seems to be as taken by Tiff personally as she is him professionally.

Additional Information About Professor Charles

Stephanie Styles As Kate

Kate (Stephanie Styles) smiling at Professor Charles.
Kate (Stephanie Styles)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”

Character Introduction

Kate is one of Tiff’s classmates who is as studious as she is. However, one main difference is that while Tiff rebuff’s Professor Charles’ comments, Kate wants and loves them. Making it seem she is jealous of any and all attention Tiff gets.

Additional Information About Kate
  • It appears Kate isn’t strictly into Professor Charles but may just want somebody she feels connected to in general.

Matthew Wilkas As Rolph

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”

Character Introduction

Rolph is one of Tiff’s clients who enables her lifestyle. For with it appearing she is living in his home, but he is taking care of her, needless to say, he is making life for her easy.

Additional Information About Rolph

Theo Stockman As Josh

Josh (Theo Stockman) and Pete in the bathroom talking.
Josh (Theo Stockman) and Pete

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”

Character Introduction

Josh is a guy that Pete meets at his job who takes an interest in him.

Additional Information About Josh
  • Josh is very comfortable with sex.

Charles Gould As Fred

Fred (Charles Gould) before he gets peed on.
Fred (Charles Gould)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Pete Shy”

Character Introduction

Fred is someone who has a lot of kinks. Whether it is being choked, peed on, or put in a position where he is powerless, he is into it and uses Flintstones references to either convey he likes what is happening or he wants things to stop.

Additional Information About Fred

Micah Stock As Doug

Doug (Micah Stock) during his presentation.
Doug (Micah Stock)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 3 “The Past Is Not Always Behind”

Character Introduction

Doug is Tiff’s classmate in Professor Charles’ class. Also, he seems to have an interest in her which she is very iffy about. If only because her past is riddled with guys who had purely sexual intentions. So him offering her notes or volunteering to do a presentation before her are seen as nice gestures which may refute her initial take on him.

Additional Information About Doug
  • He once had a fiancee, but she left him. Also, his dad is dead.

Amy Bettina As Chelsea

Chelsea (Amy Bettina) crying in a bathroom.
Chelsea (Amy Bettina)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 3 “The Past Is Not Always Behind”

Character Introduction

Chelsea is an upperclassman that Tiff and Pete went to school with in Georgia who, unlike those two, hasn’t perhaps found her groove in New York. Yes, she has a job and likely a home, but also has no friends. Leading her to drink alone often.

Additional Information About Chelsea
  • She works in advertising and was Anita in their high school production of West Side Story.

D’Arcy Carden & Eric Berryman As Daphne and Andrew

Daphne (D'Arcy Carden) & Andrew (Eric Berryman) meeting Pete and Tiff.
Daphne (D’Arcy Carden) & Andrew (Eric Berryman)

First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 4 “Let’s Get Physical”

Character Introduction

Daphne was the girl who dreamed of a nice house and all that is sold to young girls. Making Andrew having a tickle fetish which makes him scream out “MOTHER!” a bit much for her. Luckily, she learns about Mistress May’s services. Services which may have saved her marriage.

Additional Information About Daphne and Andrew

General Information

  • The show takes place in New York, and it appears Pete and Tiff are from Georgia.
  • Tiff and Pete have known each other for 13 years.
    • Of which, after high school, Tiff decided to disappear for a while and essentially abandon Pete.

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