He teaches Pip the basics of being a gentleman, such as not putting ones knife in ones mouth, not passing gas at the table, not placing a napkin in the glasses, and not checking ones penis for scabs at the diner table. Pocket had a large collection of baby bunnies, of which Estella killed twenty five.
He helps Pip defeat Miss Havisham and is joyful at the prospect of a happy ending. It is announced at the end of the episode that Pocket died of Hepatitis B, which could lead to the fact that he had premarital sex.
- Oh, what a gay time we shall have, and I do mean gay as in festive, not as in penetration of the bum.
- I tried to tell you, Pip. She's a vengeful, spiteful woman, who wanted nothing more than to see you * hurt along with the rest of the male sex.
- Righto. Pip. Righto.
- Oh what fun it is to collect stamps! Lick the backs, put them into books all neat and tidy with those smashing little pictures and bright colors.
In the book, Great Expectations, Pocket and Estella are adoptive cousins.