|Full name:||Tristan St. Pierre|
|Nickname(s):|| Chanel Pour Homme (by Chanel)|
The Annoying Twink, Twink (by Hester)
|Enemies:|| Daria Janssen|
|Killer:||Dr. Cassidy Cascade (deceased)|
|Boss:||Chanel Oberlin (formerly)|
|Interests:|| The Chanels|
|Only appearance:||Chanel Pour Homme-Icide|
|Portrayed by:||Pablo Castelblanco|
Tristan St. Pierre, also known as Chanel Pour Homme, is a minor character on Season Two of Scream Queens. He was the Chanels' biggest fan, notorious for writing explicit fan-fiction about the girls. In Chanel Pour Homme-Icide, he became the first male member of the Chanels, before being murdered by the Green Meanie.
He is portrayed by Pablo Castelblanco.
After Chanel decides to recruit new Chanels to use as slaves and Green Meanie bait, she and #3 interview some patients, Marguerite and Daria, and add them to the squad as Chanel #7 and Chanel #8. However, they realize that they need one more member to double their chances of survival, and having no more patients left to interview, Chanel declares that they will have to resort to calling Tristan.
A flashback ensues, revealing that Tristan is the Chanels #1 fan, and would write lesbian fan-fiction novels about the Chanels having sex with each other and mail them to the girls when they were in prison. Upon their release, he sent them tons of obsessive text messages after obtaining Chanel's number from her lawyer, which overall creeped the girls out. However, Chanel is desperate, and decides to make Tristan an official Chanel, dubbing him "Chanel Pour Homme."
At the Chanels' apartment, Chanel introduces Chanel Pour Homme to Chanel #5, along with #7 and #8, and #5 freaks out, saying there cannot be a gay male member of the Chanels. She complains that he seems like a serial killer and that he will steal all of their make-up. However, Chanel shuts down her argument and explains that gays are peaceful and don't murder people, and that even if he was a murderer, he's still a twee, and the girls could easily take him in a fight. Tristan agrees, and helps distribute the champagne glasses, as they all have a toast to the newest Chanels.
The next day, Chanel #5 is sitting on the couch ordering Tristan around. He brings her a tray with a sandwich and a notebook on top, and #5 immediately questions him about the notebook. He explains that it's his newest fan-fiction, and how all of these new stories came bursting out of him after his induction into the Chanels. #5 then asks Tristan what is on his lips, after realizing that he stole her Koko K lipstick. Tristan then angrily clarifies that he would never steal any of #5's expired makeup, especially since he doesn't know what's living on her lips. Chanel #5 is appalled, and demands that Tristan go get her new sweatpants, as her current ones are full of farts. Zayday then interrupts, and yells at the two to stop fighting.
Later on, Chanel invites Hester back into the Chanels, and she, #3, and #5 all discuss with her which one of the newest Chanels should be used as bait for the Green Meanie so that they can avoid being killed themselves. Although Hester insists that Tristan is the obvious choice, they instead settle on Daria.
The next night, the Chanels decide to throw a slumber party at the hospital to celebrate the addition of the newest Chanels. They are all seen giving each other makeovers, having pillow fights, and dancing the night away. Chanel then gathers everyone around and begins distributing gifts. However, the girls prepared a special gift for Daria: a Hermes infinity necklace hidden somewhere in the morgue that she must go find by herself.
In the morgue, Daria begins sifting through the drawers in search of her gift, when she is confronted by Tristan, who is determined to get his hands on that designer necklace before she does. He explains that he has been saving up to buy this necklace for the longest time, and begins frantically searching for it. Daria comes to the realization that Tristan wants it way more than her, so she decides to give up and return to the slumber party, leaving Tristan there alone. The Chanels are horrified, as Daria was meant to be the Green Meanie bait, not Tristan, and they all begin running to his rescue. However, they are too late, and they find Tristan's body laying in a morgue drawer, clenching Daria's gift, with his body split in half and intestines spilling everywhere. The girls then scream in horror as Hester gives a menacing smirk in the background.
Hester decides to call a Green Meanie summit, inviting Ingrid, Cassidy, and Wes to come together to discuss the past and future plans for murder. To get everyone on the same page, Hester plans a game called "Who Killed Who?" and reveals a board filled with pictures of each of the various murder victims. Cassidy then proudly takes credit for Tristan's murder, among others.
|Episode:||Chanel Pour Homme-Icide|
|Reason:||Sliced in half with a machete|
|Killer(s):||Cassidy Cascade (as the Green Meanie)|
After Chanel #8 goes to the morgue, looking for an infinity necklace, Tristan follows her, jealous that she is getting it instead of him. After angrily confronting Chanel #8, she leaves and lets Tristan search for the necklace. Soon after, the Green Meanie cuts Tristan in half with a machete. His body is then left gutted in a morgue drawer for the Chanels to find.
Season Two (1/10)
- 2.05 - Chanel Pour Homme-Icide
- He is homosexual.
- He is also the first male homosexual character.
- He wrote several fan-fictions about Chanel, Chanel #3, and Chanel #5 when they were accused of the Wallace murders.
- His fan-fictions all involve them in lesbian writings.
- Chanel's lawyer gave him her phone number.
- He is the first and only male member of the Chanels.
- He is the only Chanel to not be designated with a number, and instead is referred to as "Chanel Pour Homme."
- "Pour homme" literally means "for men" in French, and is commonly used to label products that are typically associated with women in order to appeal to men.
- He is the first Chanel to be murdered in the second season.
- He shares his last name with Muffy St. Pierre-Radwell. It's unknown how or if they're related.
|Green Meanie Victims|
|Sheila Baumgartner||Chanel #11|