As someone with three older brothers, and a self-proclaimed "goodie two-shoes," Fuller's role as Badison was a difficult but necessary challenge of her own character. "I think it's really important for anyone, whether an actor or not, to constantly be looking into yourself and finding other parts of yourself and growing in ways. For me, playing other people helps me do that," she shared. "[Badison] gave me opportunity. This is not something that I would ever think that I could even tackle."
Tackling different characters is what she does best, but playing a bully was new. "I don't really lead with that in my real life, so it's fun to explore. I also have three older brothers, so I'm used to fighting back and being snarky. But it's also scary, because people don't like bullies. I don't like bullies. I don't know anyone who does. Any character that I play — I've played victims; I've played murderers; I've played psychopaths; I've played bitchy cheerleaders — I'm used to having to attack characters that may not be so likable. I think God puts me in that position a lot. I don't know why, because I really like to be liked. I'm a very insecure person."