Sybil Pandemik (later Lincoln-Pandemik) is a "short attention span careerist" from the episodic game series by Telltale.
Possessing experience in the fields of tattooing, psychoanalysis, tabloid publication, court witnessing, dating service, carbon dating service, beta testing, Queenship, SCUBA diving, dark wizardry and brain surgery, among other things, Sybil has a difficult time settling down on a single profession before losing interest and finding something else to do. While her constantly fluxing career makes it hard for her to gain any permanent customers, her varied experience often comes in handy for the Freelance Police.
Prior to the events of Culture Shock, Sybil ran a tattoo studio next to Sam and Max's Office which Max apparently frequented. By the time Sam met her for the first time, however, she had switched her career to psychotherapy. She would continue to switch careers roughly once a month for the duration of season 1, aiding the Freelance Police, both knowingly and unknowingly, on several occasions.
- In Culture Shock she was a Psychotherapist.
- In Situation: Comedy she wrote a tabloid newspaper.
- In The Mole, the Mob, and the Meatball she was going to testify against the toy mafia.
- In Abe Lincoln Must Die! she set up a dating service (and matched up with Abe Lincoln).
- She became the beta tester of Reality 2.0 in Reality 2.0.
- She becomes the Queen of Canada in Bright Side of the Moon.
At the end of Season 1, Sybil became romantically involved with Abe, making her put her career on hold. Although they had a stormy relationship throughout season 2, they eventually decided to tie the knot and got married at the end of What's new, Beelzebub? in a ceremony officiated by Max. They were last seen driving off on their honeymoon in the demonically possessed DeSoto.
In the Season 3 finale, Sybil returns but not only does she join Sam in his mission to save Max, she is also pregnant, much to Sam's horror and disgust. This caused a bit of strain when Sam needed her help to run Max's legs, but when Sam proved he understands what being a parent means, Sybil changes her mind. Near to the end of the episode her water breaks, causing Sybil to panic and demand to leave Max and abandon the mission, not wanting to have the baby inside a monster. This sparked Max's self-sacrifice in wanting to save Sybil, becoming his sole focus. Sybil was last seen escaping Max through his nose and running away from the scene. How her baby looks like, as well as what gender it is, is currently unknown.