Action-comedy series “Twisted Metal” from Peacock is based on the same-named computer game series created by Michael Jonathan Smith. John Doe, a chatty milkman with amnesia who journeys across the post-apocalyptic wastelands in an effort to accomplish an almost impossible delivery, is the main character of the television series. John meets Quiet, a vehicle thief seeking retribution, along the way. Despite falling in love, John and Quiet’s real identities are never revealed during the first season. Here is everything you need to know if you’re curious about John and Quiet’s real names. Spoilers follow!
What Are John and Quiet’s Real Names?
John Doe, a milkman in “Twisted Metal,” travels between the fortified cities in the post-apocalyptic wastelands to distribute milk. Since he was a young child, John was involved in an automobile accident that left him with amnesia. As a result, John is unable to recall his background and is even unaware of his true name. As a result, he goes by the moniker “John Doe.” Conversely, John encounters Quiet, a young auto burglar fleeing Agent Stone. She seeks retribution because Agent Stone murdered her brother, Adrian. But the thief’s real name is not Quiet. She is silent the entire time she is introduced to John, a chatty milkman. So John gives her the name “Quiet.”
Later, John and Quiet develop a hostile bond, especially after Quiet repeatedly tries to desert John and gets him into difficulty. However, after conducting a supply run for Granny Dredd, John and Quiet discover how to cooperate. John and Quiet eventually fall in love with one another and start dating. The pair also engages in a game to get to know one another better. John, however, chooses to inquire about other facets of Quiet’s nature rather than her real name.
Eventually, John and Quiet overcome a number of challenges and finish the delivery that was given to John. But when only John is allowed admission into the city in accordance with his original agreement with Raven, they get separated. John is left in the first season without knowing Quiet’s name. In the meantime, Raven sends John pictures from his past that partially revive his memories. John can’t remember his name, though.
In addition, he plans to leave the city to find Quiet since, according to him, the two of them discovered a cosy connection amid the chaos of Outsider life. Therefore, since John and Quiet have affectionate affections for one another, it is irrelevant what their real names are. Quiet speaks to John’s automobile with the same sentiment, a quality she inherited from the milkman.
The season one finale does, however, imply that John’s past may be more complicated than first appears. He might turn out to be one of the most well-known figures from the video game franchise, like Marcus Kane, which would give his character new depth. The narrative of Quiet and her brother also appears to be influenced on Carl & Jamie Roberts from the games. Quiet’s real name might therefore turn out to be Jamie in the future.