Doll appears along with Falstaff's other cronies in the play Falstaff's Wedding (1766), a comedy by William Kenrick , which is set in the period between the end of Henry IV, Part 2 and the beginning of Henry V . Doll and Mistress Quickly, having bribed their way out of prison, appear in the first act explaining to Falstaff how they were arrested. They later plot to disguise themselves as gentlewomen to find rich husbands, targeting Robert Shallow and Abraham Slender. Quickly intends to marry Shallow, and Doll to marry Slender. The plan appears to succeed, but Shallow and Slender find out their true identities and switch places at the weddings with Ancient Pistol and Corporal Nym, so Doll ends up married to Nym.
In her question to Hawkins, Zabby mentioned the 90 opportunities to run candidates in Suffolk County alone in 2015 and 2017 and the fact that the Green Party line hardy ever has candidates. Howie Hawkins agreed and echoed that statewide, there were "900 or 9000" opportunities to run candidates on the Green Party line throughout the state in 2015 and 2017. With that, Hawkins pledged his help. The next day Hawkins in an interview with Julianna Forlano admitted that the Green Party was not organized and failing to utilize their line efficiently and effectively.