|“||You, sweetie- oh, you have that fire burnin' inside of you, just like me, and you are going to want more out of life, and well, you should let yourself have it. 'Cause if you don't...well, that is a disappointment you will live with forever.||”|
Breeland, Alice was married to Brick Breeland, with whom she had two daughters- Lemon and Magnolia. (Read more about Brick and Alice here.) Alice and her daughter Lemon were very close, and to Alice's dismay, Lemon aspired to be everything her mother was- head cheerleader, Miss Cinnamon Cider pageant winner, mother, and wife.
Alice left twelve years prior to the start of the show, when her daughters were sixteen and two, respectively, to follow her dream career as an actress.
It hasn't yet been proven, but can be assumed that the man and young child seen with her in Daphne, Alabama are Alice's new family (Hairdos & Holidays). When Lemon sees Alice with her new husband and her daughter Scarlett, Alice calls Scarlett her "little angel" just like she used to call Lemon when they were close (as seen in flashbacks). Lemon watches them interact from her car and as she hears her mother call her new daughter, presumably her half sister, her little angel, she is visibly hurt and drives away without revealing herself.
In Alabama Boys Alice appears when her daughter, Scarlett, fractures her arm and Zoe fixes her up. Zoe does not know who she is and Alice is for some reason in a rush to get out of there. On her way out Brick enters and quickly shakes his hand saying her name is Mrs Kincaid and rushed out. She later returns to the practice and tells Zoe she feels guilty for the what she did and gives Zoe a card asking her to give it to Brick. Brick later calls Alice and arranges to meet at his office. Later the same evening, Lemon spotted them walking together, leaving Brick's office (the medical practice).
- Head Cheerleader in high school.
- Miss Cinnamon Cider pageant winner.
- Formerly a member of the Belles.
- Formerly head of the Mobile Bay Memory Matrons.
Alice left her husband, Brick, and their two daughters to pursue her career as an actress, though it seems that career was unsuccessful based on the review Lemon saw in the newspaper, written about a play- 'A Doll House'- which her mother starred in, held at a theater in Daphne, Alabama, by the Daphne Theater Company (Hairdos & Holidays).