|Full Name||Trina Brooks (Unknown Maiden Name)|
|Date of Birth||c. 1988|
|Hair Color||Strawberry Blonde|
|Relationships||Jimmy Brooks (Fiancé; Possible Husband)|
|First Episode||We Got the Beat (707)|
|Last Episode||Lost in Love (1) (808)|
|Reason||Jimmy and Trina were only visiting their friends in Toronto and went to move on with their lives.|
|Portrayed By||Terra Vnesa|
Trina Brooks is the fiancée (and possible wife) of Jimmy Brooks, who he met at physical therapy. She became disabled from a fall while rock climbing, but she tries to adjust to her conditions, encouraging Jimmy to do the same. In time, Jimmy grows to like her and realizes he likes Trina more than Ashley Kerwin, his girlfriend at the time. After he breaks up with Ashley, he begins to date Trina, and he later proposes to her, which she accepts. Trina inspires Jimmy to have stem cell surgery. She was portrayed by Terra Vnesa.
Season 7In We Got the Beat, Trina first appears busting Jimmy's chops. Later on, they start to flirt and giggle. Trina tells Jimmy how she was paralyzed. She was paralyzed by falling and injuring herself while rock-climbing. Jimmy tells her that he was shot.
Later on in the season, they start dating. She is very supportive of his rehab and believes he can do anything. She even teaches him how to drive with a hand operated car.In We Built This City, Jimmy brought Trina to his prom, and when Spinner found the key to the hall's swimming pool, they all went swimming together.
In Lost in Love (1), Trina and Jimmy return to celebrate Spinner Mason getting into police school, which they find out is a lie Spinner told to Jane Vaughn. They tell them that their conditions are getting better, and Jimmy admits to Spinner that he will be proposing to Trina soon.
In a deleted scene, Jimmy proposes to Trina and she says yes.
- Trina was one of six characters in the franchise to be physically disabled. The other five are Margaret Matlin, Maya Goldberg, Nadia Yamir, Mr. Ehl and Jimmy Brooks.
- Though Trina was disabled, she was able to drive a special car for the handicapped.
- Main article: Jimmy-Trina Relationship