|Family:||Clive Noble (husband)|
|Hair color:||Strawberry blonde|
|First appearance:||Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat|
|Last appearance:||Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat|
Barbara "Barbie" Noble was a thief, with her husband Clive, who often pretended to be people they weren't, like injured on the road or a happy couple at "Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat". She has a disarmingly engaging way of talking, but is capable of at least projecting ruthlessness when the situation calls for it. She is portrayed by Jennifer Finnigan.
Neil Simon's Lover's RetreatEdit
In "Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat", Barbie and her husband Clive are laying on the side of the road. When a man named Jerry Kincaid checks to see if they're okay, they pop up with a gun and rob him. Later, Barbie and Clive head to Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat, where they meet Shawn Spencer and Juliet O'Hara. They chat and get to like each other, and decide to go to dinner together that night. The dinner goes great, with them getting along very well together, however they see Jerry and quickly escape, making plans for tennis the next day.
When Shawn and Juliet get back to their room they discover they've been robbed. When they question they front desk about it, Shawn realizes it was Barbie and Clive, and that they were just using them. Shawn and Juliet follow the paper trail Barbie and Clive leave to a wine tasting, and find a Texan that Clive was scouting the night before, dead and missing a watch that Clive expressed interest in. Juliet and Shawn find Barbie and Clive trying to pull their side of the road trick again, but Juliet has them at gunpoint. Barbie appears delighted to run into their 'old friends'.
Barbie and Clive insist they didn't kill the Texan, just stole his watch and his briefcase. They also say out of all the couples they robbed, Juliet and Shawn were their favorite. Shawn and Juliet, with Gus and the SBPD, later find the real killer, and Barbie and Clive aren't charged with the murder, but are for the robberies.
- Barbie and Clive Noble's names are likely allusions to Bonnie & Clyde, a famous criminal couple in the 1930s.