He also cares a great deal about his younger half-brother Norman and can see he has serious mental issues.
It was thought that he inherited just a darker version of his mother's but as we find out who his father is, he instead inherited Caleb's hair color and rugged look.
He also has a light stubble too, his wardrobe consists of t-shirt, baggy-ish jeans, different types of sneakers or boots with his trademark leather jacket.
Bloom, now the publisher of Celebstoner.com, has credited the people who wrote the flyer for the date’s reputation as an annual gathering of pot smokers.
“They wanted people all over the world to get together on one day each year and collectively smoke pot at the same time,” he wrote in 2015.
Norma Bates (mother/aunt)†Norman Bates (half-brother/cousin)†John Massett (legal father)Sam Bates (stepfather)†Caleb Calhoun (father/uncle)†Francine Calhoun (grandmother)†Ray Calhoun (grandfather)Alex Romero (stepfather)Emma Decody (wife)Kate Massett (daughter)Will Decody (father-in-law)Audrey Ellis (mother-in-law)† Ethan Chang (friend/accomplice)†Remo Wallace (friend/accomplice)Gil Turner (boss)†Zane Morgan (boss)†Jodi Morgan (boss/love interest)†Gunner (ex-co-worker, ex-roommate)Omar (co-worker)Chuck (accomplice)†Iggy (accomplice)†Sid (accomplice)†Dean (friend) Dylan Massett is the half-brother/cousin of Norman Bates and the son of Norma Bates, conceived from incestuous acts forced upon her by her brother Caleb Calhoun.
Dylan is an edgy outsider in the Norma/Norman tea party.
This group—Steve Capper, Dave Reddix, Jeffrey Noel, Larry Schwartz, and Mark Gravich —became known as the “Waldos” because they met at a wall.
They would say “420” to each other as code for marijuana. The group challenged each other to find ever-more-interesting things to do under the influence, calling their adventures “safaris.” Later, Reddix’s brother helped him get work with Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh as a roadie, so the band is said to have helped popularize the term. 28, 1990, a group of Deadheads in Oakland handed out flyers that invited people to smoke “420” on April 20 at p.m.
He's a lost soul who finds himself drifting back into the troubled lives of his mother and brother.
Under that breastplate of "being tough", he's a nice person.
Ethan introduced Dylan to his boss, Gil Turner, who asked Dylan if he knows how to use a gun. That night, Dylan got a call from Norma, who was programmed in his phone as "The Whore".