|Also known as||Big Al
|Role||Alice the Enforcer|
|Voiced by||Christy Karacas|
|In episode(s)||All Epsiodes|
Alice is the overall tritagonist of Superjail!. She's the hulking and muscular head prison guard of Superjail who is transgender. She regularly engages in sadomasochistic rituals with the prisoners (often without their consent), though she rebuffs The Warden's constant advances.
Before Alice came out, she was known as Big Al who worked in a normal jail where she was known for her way of handling rowdy prisoners. Her fearsome reputation of being aggressive and ruthless to inmates was well known to other prisons, which according to The Warden led to vile rumors throughout the world.
While there, she was in love with Warden Toddly.
Her interest in Toddly led to a moment of self-discovery, which resulted in her beginning her transition. From that day she became known as Alice but discovered a shocking twist when she attempted to express her feelings. Alice walked in on Toddly making out with another man, revealing himself to be a homosexual, and he was repulsed by Alice's new appearance. He fired her, calling her a freak who would never get hired by another prison. Alone, Alice fell into a depression, crying to herself to sleep in her pickup truck. Then, in a fortunate twist of fate, The Warden appeared and offered her a job at Superjail as the new Corrections Officer (as he had heard about her brutal treatment of convicts). The Warden was immediately attracted to Alice and began flirting with her immediately. 
Alice is a tough and cruel person who rarely shows emotion and she usually punishes or tortures convicts for her own amusement. She seems to be attracted to muscular men (Superbar) and displays clear hybristophilia, although this could be partially due to a lack of stable relationships that do not involve victimizing dangerous criminals and thus seeing this type of behavior as normal. (For example, in "Cold-Blooded," Alice thinks that the new prisoner is simply a quiet artist.) She also seems to show attraction towards D. L. Diamond.
Relation to Other Characters
The Warden - While Alice doesn't love the Warden as he does her, this doesn't mean that she won't protect him or use that to her advantage. She is strictly business regarding him. It seems that unless the Warden's schemes directly affect her; she doesn't seem to mind the daily slaughter that occurs at Superjail.
Jared - It is clear that Alice doesn't like Jared getting in her business and doesn't care for his timely punctual behavior. She especially doesn't like anything that could be seen as an order by him, stating "You're not my boss!" ("Bunny Love"). But in Time-Police Part 1, Alice gave up her last burger to Jared and cried when they separated.
Jailbot - They get along fine as they both usually take the same side on an issue. Aside from being comrades in battle (with the exception of when the twins hacked into Jailbot), Alice and Jailbot don't interact much.
Bruce - Bruce is very much like Alice, but Bruce is a transgender man. They were forced into working together in "Ladies Night", but they also established a bitter rivalry. After hell broke loose thanks to The Twins' Spanish Flies, they begin fighting before both getting bitten (the flies couldn't tell which one to bite) and proceeded to make out. While it is not shown, it is assumed that they eventually had sex as a result. When the Mistress took over Superjail, Bruce suggested Alice be his fellow correctional guard to assist him. They seemed very competitive in their duties and nearly came to blows before it was broken up.
The Mistress - The Mistress and Alice never had much interaction up until "Stingstress". She assists with Charise and Jared's plans for the Warden to seduce the sex-starved Mistress. When the Warden fails, Alice blows out the lights and kicks him out. Pretending to be the Warden, she seduces and has sex with the Mistress. Not knowing of her former sexual past, the Mistress believes that she had sex with a woman. When she's in awe of what happened, Alice comments "Sometimes it takes a woman to do a man's job." It inspires the Mistress to become something of a hippie and sings to Alice. To which Alice comments "I forgot how needy they (meaning women) can be." When Alice and Stingray were forced to head to Ultraprison, The Mistress is still shown having feelings for Alice and makes advances on her despite now being in a relationship with Bruce.
Paul Guaye and Jean Baptiste Le Ghei - Alice was Paul and Jean's bridesmaid at their wedding (Gay Wedding). She calls Paul girlfriend in Sticky Discharge, and sis in Jean, Paul, Beefy and Alice which indicates that Alice and Paul are "Gal-Pals."
Cancer - Alice initially seemed shocked and furious to find that Ash and the inmates had a little girl with them. However, she fell in love with Cancer and gave her a "birthday makeover" and mourned her death with the other inmates.
Alice is a very strong person as she can break/bend and turn anything.
- On many occasions, it is shown that Alice is in denial as she believes many people find her extremely attractive.
- Alice is the only person to have fought Hunter and lived.
- Alice thinks the Twins are female.
- Alice was one of only two people to survive the events of "Burn Stoolie Burn".
- The only time Alice is seen without her glasses is when Bruce (a correctional officer) sprays her eyes, but Alice's eyes are closed.
- Hunter is the first character to beat up Alice so far.
- In "Special Needs", it is shown that Alice always wanted to be a woman in a flashback. As a child (long before she began transitioning) she wore her mother's clothes and beat up a boy, likely for making fun of her.
- Ironically, Alice's coming out did not help her win Warden Toddly as he turned out to be homosexual. Alice was unaware of his sexuality until after she began her transition.
- It is hinted that Alice once dated women before as after a fling with The Mistress she commented "I forgot how needy they [meaning women] can be."