|“||With essential potential a new cause worth a fight. Unanimous need, unexpected indeed, all at first sight. Entangled limbs and sudden whims, no need to be polite. Ebony whispers and lip quivers gently into the night. A new dawn we rise and compromise, and prove the world that we're right. My heart is yours. Bringing darkness into light.||”|
— Isaac's poetry for Malika
Isaac Hall is a recurring character in the FreeForm series, "Good Trouble". He is portrayed by Sarunas J. Jackson.
Isaac is a former professional basketball player that Malika noticed on Shipper. He didn't match with her, but later that night walked into the bar she works, Duoro. The two had instant chemistry and played off each other the entire night. They eventually began a romantic relationship.
At some point in his life, Isaac played professional basketball. When asked about it, he was vague and said he didn't play anymore.
Charming, charismatic, witty, and a little cocky, Isaac has a good heart and driven mind. He isn't afraid to go after what he wants and is an incredibly determined individual.
Isaac is very tall standing well over six feet with hazel eyes, black hair, and an athletically fit physique. He wears casual yet classy clothing.
In Swipe Right, Davia shows Malika a picture of him on Shipper and Malika found him attractive. She swiped on him but didn't match with him which meant that he didn't swipe right on her.
That night, he and some of his friends entered the bar she was working at. She ignored him and was cold toward him. It wasn't until he politely confronted her about not being able to order a drink that she told him, "I overlooked you", which was a direct nod to him overlooking her on the app. He didn't remember her from the app and began flirting with her when she brought the drinks over. While they were bantering over movies, he claims that he prefers women like Kate Hudson over women like Jennifer Lopez, which insinuates that he likes white blonde women. This annoys Malika and she leaves him and his friends alone for a while.
She later confronts him about ignoring her and not matching with her, insinuating it was because she's African-American, while the rest of his matches were blonde Caucasians. He leaves the bar after paying his tab only to return later that night with a basketball and apologizes to her. He offers to play a game of basketball with her, in which the winner picks what happens. He bet that if he won't, they would go on a date, while she bet that if she won he'd leave her alone.
They played for a while until she called him out on holding back. He promptly removed his shirt and they continued playing until she called time to remove her shirt. After she presumably won, they retreated to the bar and made out before heading to the Coterie. At some point in the night, they had sex, and he stayed over at the Coterie. The next morning he met Davia, Alice, and Mariana. He then informs Malika that he would call her and then left the apartment complex.
Season 1 (4/13)
Season 1 (1/6)
Isaac: It wasn't a bet. It was a gesture.
Isaac (to Malika for her birthday): How am I supposed to handle you when you won't let me know how? I love an independent woman, but there is such a thing as being independent to a fault. You don't have to do everything alone.
Notes and Trivia
- He is a former professional basketball player.
- He is a fan of romantic comedy's and movies and can recall key moments in each of them and carry conversations regarding them.
Characters (Good Trouble)
|Main||Callie Adams Foster • Mariana Adams Foster • Malika Williams • Alice Kwan • Gael Martinez • Curtis Wilson • Davia Moss • Dennis|
|Recurring||Alex Wood • Angela Miller • Benjamin • Bryan • Casey Pierce • Dom Williams • Evan Speck • Jamie Hunter • Jeff • Joey Riverton • Josh Mandela • Kelly • Meera Mattei • Raj Patil • Rebecca • Sam Higgins • Sandra Thompson • Sumi • Jazmin Martinez • Isaac Hall • Marcus • Lisa • Cary Plack • Gwen Tuckerman • Kendra Zahir • Elijah Adrieux|
|Minor||Diana • Kate Nguyen • Libby Wilson • Tate Wilson • Trea Kwan • Rafael Martinez • Yari Clarke • Tolu • Bonnie Moss|