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The Overland Park Cheer Squad
- Beauty, Brains and Brawn: Trisha (Beauty), Mackenzie (Brains), Brittnay (Brawn).
- The Cheerleader: Uh, Captain Obvious.
- Dwindling Party: See below, due to the various factors that lead to all the Screw This, I'm Outta Here! announcements. Lampshaded, like everything else.Mackenzie: Jesus, this squad gets smaller every day!
- Finishing Each Other's Sentences: Parodiednote , and occasionally played straight.Mackenzie: (to Cameron) I'm sorry, does anyone else think it's a conflict of interest to have a Van Buren announcing the winners—Brittnay: When a Van Buren is one of the finalists?Mackenzie: (already in a pissy mood that evening, to Brittnay) Don't you ever fucking cut me off again, do you understand me?
- Nice, Mean, and In-Between: At one major point of one of the squad's full six-member formation, we have Trisha, Trisha 2, and Saison (Nice), Brittnay and Mackenzie (Mean), and Shay (In-Between).
- Speak in Unison: Mackenzie and Brittnay, when they're pissed. SHUT THE FUCK UP ASHLEY KATCHADOURIAN! The Trishas also do this, albeit much cheerier.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: The team has been cut in half by Season 3. Ashley Katchadourian quit because she was The Chew Toy, Jenna Darabond quit because of her evil schemes, and Jenna Dapananian finally quit because she was tired of being Locked Out of the Loop.
- It happens again in Season 4. Brittnay quits because of Mackenzie blowing up her car, Saison quits because she wants to help Brittnay, and Shay quits from a mixture of annoyance at all the work she has to do and wanting nothing to do with Brittnay's psychotic rampage. This leaves Mackenzie as head cheerleader again, but with a squad containing her and the two Trishas.
- The Three Faces of Eve: Mackenzie (Wife), Brittnay (Seductress), Trisha (Child).
- Town Girls: Brittnay (Butch), Mackenzie (Neither), Trisha (Femme).
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Despite the incompatible relationships between various pairs, some of them still genuinely care for each other.
"Who the fuck are you?"
Voiced by: Marian Bruno (episodes 1 and 3 only), Kate FrisbeeHead cheerleader, homecoming queen, part-time model. Current head cheerleader of the Overland Park Cheer Squad, Mackenzie is the definition of Alpha Bitch. Her actions early on in the series start the Cheerleader-Van Buren war.Her twitter account can be found here.
- Alpha Bitch: After all, she is one of the most popular girls in school. Interestingly, she was formerly Beta Bitch to Shay Van Buren.
- Big Sister Instinct: She does seem to have a decent amount of concern when Mikayla threatens to tell everyone at their school that her little sister has cooties.
- Bitch with a Heart of Gold: The heart of gold is hidden under nine layers of bitch, of course, but she seems to care about her team (in her own way), and genuinely loves and is protective of her sister... a bit like Shay, really.
- Cassandra Truth: None of the adults believe Jenna Darabond is capable of destroying public property so Mackenzie's statements regarding her actions tend to fall on deaf ears.
- Catch Phrase: "Mackenzie Zales. Head cheerleader, homecoming queen, part time model." Doubles as a Phrase Catcher.
- The Chessmaster: Orchestrated the entire parent-teacher conference by blowing up Brittnay's car, knowing Brittnay would punch Jenna in the face. She also called Jenna's dad and Cameron for the parent-teacher so they would have an affair, causing him to resign from office. Finally, she recorded Jenna admitting to burning down the Atchison mall and gave it to the police as proof so Jenna could be arrested for arson. Goddayum!
- Cry Cute: Nearly breaks down crying in Episodes 28 and 62. Also, in Episode 68, her voice cracks a bit as she says this line, quite worried:"If something happened [to Brittnay], I'll never forgive myself."
- Disappeared Dad: Episode 65 reveals that Jack, Mrs. Zales' husband, is actually Mackenzie's stepfather. Since she's never really mentioned her dad, it does raise the question of, where is Mackenzie's biological father?
- Even Evil Has Standards: She is visibly horrified learning that Jenna Darabond burned down the Atchison Cheer Squad's mall.
- Extreme Omnisexual: Episode 65 reveals that she's willing to sleep with the main Twilight boys. And not just that; with their faces on balloons. Guess how she pops one of the said balloons.Mackenzie: (in her video, to a balloon with Edward Cullen's face on it) Oh I can't wait to be a vampire so we can finally make loove. Oh, can't we do it now, I can't wait! I want your glistening vampire penis inside of my human vagina! Edward, I'm not afraid.Shay: (to Brittnay) Oh God, she's gonna fuck those balloons.
- Fetish: Episode 65 implies that she gets off to Roleplay.
- First Name Ultimatum: Whenever Brittnay gets into more trouble than usual, Mackenzie will resort to calling her like this.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible Sibling to Katelynn's Foolish Sibling.
- Freudian Excuse: She's a bitch, to be sure, but with a mother and family life like hers, would you be the most pleasant person in the world?
- Heroic Heelization Speech: At prom, she and Shay realize they actually should be working on maintaining friendships and being kind, before rejecting the idea and deciding that they now have a common goal of destroying Rachel Tice.
- I Did What I Had to Do: She gives this reasoning to Brittnay when she explains that she blew up Brittnay's car.
- I Gave My Word: Back in the 3rd Grade, Mackenzie promised Brittnay that so long as they were friends she wouldn't get screwed over, and now Brittnay is justifying her rampage because Mackenzie went back on it.
- Klingon Promotion: She got to be head cheerleader only because Shay was hit by a hacky sack and rendered incapacitated at the day of the auditions. Granted, she didn't kill Shay, so it's not a strict example of this trope.
- Like Mother Unlike Daughter: To Mrs. Zales, most of the time. Her mother is as loud and foul-mouthed as Brittnay (if not more), just to give you an idea.
- My God, What Have I Done?: In the Season 4 opener, Mackenzie has this reaction when she realizes Brittnay is the one who destroyed the lockers and is going to do a lot more worse. It seems that by destroying Brittnay's car, Mackenzie went back on the promise she made in the 3rd Grade that Brittnay wouldn't be screwed over if they were friends.
- Non-Standard Character Design: As one of the three characters who debuted in the first episode, she's a knockoff doll from the dollar store instead of a Barbie or Disney Princess. Starting from when she first appeared in her cheer uniform, this now only applies to her head.
- Only Sane Woman: At least as close as it can get in her squad; she isn't a ditz or a mentally unstable bitchy Tsundere.
- Prematurely Bald: Her main issue throughout Season 2; every time she curses, she loses some hair. She overcomes this by the start of Season 3, however.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Brittnay's, and her rival Shay's Reds.
- Revenge Before Reason: She just loves revenge way too much.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Brittnay.
- Serious Business: Being prom queen and controlling the girls bathroom.
- Sitcom Arch Enemy: To Shay Van Buren, being her rival and all and starting this whole mess.
- Small Name, Big Ego: To quote Shay in Episode 60: "You just had to screw [Brittnay] over the same way you screw over anyone who dares get in the way of the great and glorious Mackenzie Zales!"
- Smug Snake: She loves rubbing it into Brittnay's face that she's only "co-head vice captain of the cheer squad."
- The Smart Girl: For example, in Season 3, she's the only one most worried about finding a good revenge plan against Jenna Darabond.
- The Spock: Well, for the most part, being the only one to try to stay focused on a plan.
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: Is rather prone to this.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Bitchy? Check. Subject to being Prematurely Bald? Check. Constantly suffers from crap inflicted on her by Brittnay and Shay? Definitely.
- Verbal Tic: She tends to start sentences in a ridiculously high pitched voice before lowering it. Also, she tends to stretch out the first letter in a word (i.e. Fuck->Ffffffuck).
- Villainous Breakdown: When she has to wait for the prom queen announcement, she goes on a loud, angry rant on how ridiculous this night has been.
- Villain Protagonist: Or rather, a bitchy cheerleader protagonist.
"I swear to God, if this blows up in your face, you had better believe that I will take this megaphone and shove it up your ass!!"
Voiced by: Lily VonnegutThe co-head vice captain of the cheer squad with some anger issues.Her Facebook page can be found here.
- Action Girl: Almost never the one on the receiving end of physical pain. The crowning example of this trope takes place in Episode 67.
- Backstabbing the Alpha Bitch: Season 4's main plot seems to be Brittnay doing this to Mackenzie. After 8-and-a-half years, she's had enough of her. They reconcile in the end.
- Batter Up: Her Weapon of Choice is a metal baseball bat.
- Berserk Button: Saison in general, but especially her Verbal Tic of "How do you say...?" Also, lying about your origin."Really? Did you really just ask how to say 'menage a trois'? IT'S A FUCKING FRENCH WORD, YOU LITTLE BITCH."
- Beta Bitch: Being the Co-Head Vice Captain of the Cheer Squad to Mackenzie's Head Cheerleader and all.
- Bitch with a Heart of Gold: The heart of gold is deep under her bitchy temper. Is good friends with those she sees as genuinely nice (Trisha, Amberlynn, and Tristan).
- Bratty Teenage Daughter: A stereotypical example for the most part, especially when around her mother.
- Breakout Character: Becomes the most featured character from mid-Season 3 onward.
- Brutal Honesty: Let's face it; she doesn't appreciate lying (even when it should be necessary).
- Cry Cute: Tears up at Amberlynn's speech in Episode 13, and her voice becomes shaky as she talks when when she learns that Mackenzie was the one who blew up her car, in Episode 58.
- Daddy's Girl: Implied during a phone call with her Mom in Episode 25. After all, Brittnay says that she (Brittnay) is "his fucking lovely daughter".
- Deuteragonist: In the first season, she shares this role with Shay, but since then, she's been the second most prominent character. In Season 4, the roles with her and Mackenzie are switched.
- Dumb Blonde: A tad; well, she just doesn't think before she charges in.
- Embarrassing Damp Sheets: In Episode 50, her mother mentions that she still used to wet the bed at the age of three, but—Brittnay: Mom! No!...I said no!... I don't care!... I said no! Stop it! Stop it! Stop it! Stop it!
- Enfant Terrible: When she was a little kid. After befriending the group in the Third Grade, however, she got better. A little.Kid Shay: Do you think anyone will notice I'm bald?Kid Mackenzie: Mmm...no.Kid Rachel: Not at all.Kid Mackenzie: Brittnay! Jesus Christ.
- Ethical Slut: She gives out hand jobs and anal sex, but she's saving her "vag-inity" for someone special. Technically fits the description of virginity.
- Fag Hag: Seems to be becoming one for Tristan. However, there have been some hints that she may not be entirely straight, non-canon or not.
- Fangirl: For Glee. However, this is eventually forgotten about as the years go on.
- Fatal Flaw: Wrath; it comes back to bite her mid-Season 3.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Like you read about. Capable of violence against anyone and anything.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Her type of bitchiness is almost always Played for Laughs.
- Hired Guns: "Brittnay Matthews: Mercenary Cheerleader", when she's a free agent in Season 4 after leaving the Cheer Squad.
- Hot-Blooded: Once again, like you read about.
- Insult of Endearment: She and Tristan playfully insult each other all the time, but are incredibly close friends.
- Lady Swears-a-Lot: Even more than everybody else, if you take count throughout the series thus far.
- Like Mother Unlike Daughter: To Veronica, most of the time; her mother is quite reserved, and Brittnay, well...
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Platonic version; the Masculine Girl to Tristan's Feminine Boy.
- The McCoy: Prefers to act on her emotions.
- Never Live It Down: In-universe. Second-rate handjobs.
- Rachel Tice eating a roly-poly in the "goddamn third grade". She's always one to mention it directly at her face.
- One Woman Army: In episode 67, she outfights and kills an entire squad of mercenary cheerleaders that Mackenzie sent after to retrieve a video, out of self-defense.
- Prank Call: Does one in "Judy & Red in the Morning" under the name of "Witney Matthews" along with a fake calm-sounding voice, until cussing them out shortly afterwards and abruptly hangs up.
- Really Gets Around: So much so that when Trisha learns someone is pregnant, she immediately assumes it's Brittnay. Mackenzie also makes that conclusion.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Mackenzie's and Trisha's Blues, being the loudest and most Hot-Blooded of the three.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Mackenzie.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Pulls this on the possibility of having her own TV show... under the condition that she couldn't curse or make references to sex.
- Serious Business: Gossip Girl is not better than Glee!
- Sitcom Arch Enemy: To Cameron Van Buren and Saison Marguerite, though the former is more argumentative than the latter ever will be.
- Smug Snake: Maybe even morseo than Mackenzie.
- The Starscream: Though this has been downplayed, and then it's taken to an all-time low in Season 4.
- Technical Virgin: She's saving herself for the right man... by only giving (second-rate) handjobs and having anal sex.
- Tsundere: Type A; saves the Dere side for people she genuinely cares about.
- Unstoppable Rage: Once she starts beating someone up, it's unlikely for her to stop anytime soon.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Bitchy? Hell yes. Surrounded by Idiots, just like Mackenzie? Yeah...
- Vomit Discretion Shot: If you take note throughout the series, you'll discover that Brittnay is actually very squeamish, throwing up and gagging the most times out of any character.
- What the Hell, Hero?: She is legitimately distressed that Mackenzie blew up her car and manipulated her into punching Jenna Darabond. And it seems Brittnay has planned her own revenge on Mackenzie come Season 4.
"DO YOU KNOW WHAT THESE ARE, ASHLEY KATCHADOURIAN? THESE ARE A LITTLE GIRLS ARMS. A LITTLE GIRL WITH DREAMS, WITH LEGS. WITH A HEAD."
Voiced by: Garrett MendezThe nicest member of the Cheer Squad, something of a ditz, and NOT someone to underestimate.Her Instagram page can be found here.
- Adorkable: She's more prone to geek-out moments than the other cheerleaders, and fans love her for it.
- Ambiguously Brown: She's a bit darker skinned than some people. Coincidentally, this is also justified as she has an Italian surname, making her somewhat ethnic.
- Arch-Enemy: At this point, Ashley Katchadourian. Ashley seems to be the only person whom Trisha can be naturally and intentionally nasty towards on a regular basis. Subverted as of the beginning of Season Three, when she finds out poor Ashley was simply caught in the crossfire between other feuding parties, and was more or less dragged into it without her knowledge, at which point Trisha feels terrible and stands up for Ashley, telling the others to leave her be.
- Audience Surrogate: In episode 31, she's the one to Lampshade how everything that's happened in the show so far is finally making sense.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She can be kind of bitchy if she's up to it. Then episode 70 has Shay Van Buren learn this the hard way when Trisha completely destroys her popularity thanks to a video of Shay going on a drunken rant.
- Book Dumb: It's clear she's not going to be class valedictorian anytime soon, but she does have knowledge in certain areas — cheerleading, paperwork, cameras, etc.
- Brainless Beauty: To quote Matthew Derringer from Episode 46: "My baby doesn't need to worry about spelling good when she spends so much time looking good."
- Breakout Character: She received her own spin-off, "The Trisha Show," with Atchison's Trisha as co-host. She, along with Deandra also announced the nominees for Best Lifestyle Series awards at the Streamys Awards.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She's definitely rather flighty and ditsy, but when it comes to knowledge the various rules and regulations associated with Overland Park's social ladder? Trisha can't be topped.
- Characterization Marches On: She's a lot bitchier than normal in the first episode, with no real reason behind it, unlike later episodes where she bitches out Ashley Katchadourian, who pretty much deserves it. Except not really.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Trisha's clearly on her own planet half the time.
- Creepy Monotone: At least in the first episode, though it isn't exactly creepy until she talks about someone's dad dying. She eventually drops the monotone part in her voice, though.
- Dating What Daddy Hates: Implied to be the case with Matthew Derringer ("Oh, Dad, you were so wrong."). Her mom, however, seems to like Matthew just fine.
- The Ditz: She's not terribly bright, though she has more going on than you'd think.
- Dumb Is Good: Nicest girl among the cast, with the exceptions of Amberlynn and Trisha 2.
- Fiery Redhead: Averted most of the time, but played straight when she really gets mad.
- Flanderization: Sure, she made somewhat obvious statements in earlier episodes, but she wasn't the airhead that later episodes show her as.Trisha: OK, who the fuck is watching the door? How did a nine-year-old get in here?
- Foil: To Trisha 2. Trisha is (usually) sweet, somewhat ditzy but is smarter than she looks and has her own skill set that comes in handy more often than you'd think. Trisha 2? Sweet, but genuinely an idiot.
- Friendly Enemy: She's made friends with Mikayla Van Buren and the Atchison cheer squad's Trisha, and no one really has a problem with this.
- Genius Ditz:
- She's not very book smart and misunderstands sarcasm, but when it comes to Cheer Squad regulations she's really on the ball.
- As of Episode 63, it's also revealed that she knows a thing or two about cameras.
- Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Like the rest of the cheer squad, she is girly, but is into superhero stuff. She also knows quite a bit about tech and AV stuff, which is quite unusual for a cheerleader.
- The Heart: She's pretty much the only member of the Squad who can get along with everybody else, and in the fourth season she's the only one who can get Brittnay and Mackenzie to actually apologize to one another. This is also because she legitimately cares about her teammates and has yet to actually do anything to hurt them.
- Hidden Depths: In the Season 4 finale, she tells Brittnay and Mackenzie that she joined the cheer squad because they made her believe in something — specifically, they made her believe that she was awesome. This implies Trisha may have had some self-esteem issues in the past, which does make sense when you consider how easily she's swayed by Mackenzie and Brittnay's opinions.
- Karmic Protection: She's being spared by Brittnay because Brittnay considers her a true friend as Trisha has never done anything to hurt her.
- The Kirk: Being the only one who can settle conflicts between Mackenzie and Brittnay.
- Like Mother, Like Daughter: With Trish. They're just alike.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch: She definitely plays girl politics with the others, and is capable of genuine nastiness if she's pissed off enough, but for the most part is a good-natured ditz, rather than outright mean.
- Morality Pet: To Brittnay, Mackenzie, and Mikayla; none of them are very nice people, but they do care for Trisha, very, very much.
- Motor Mouth: When listing off rules and policies having to do with cheer squad business.
- My God, What Have I Done?: To discovering Ashley Katchadourian was not in charge of the door.
- Of course, Trisha's only form of apologizing was saying "No hard feelings" when she saw Ashley for the first time after prom. In episode 31 she really has this moment when she learns about Jenna Darabond's evil plan and awkwardly motions to Ashley. She attempts to make up for her behavior by asking Mackenzie and the others to leave Ashley alone.
- Nice Girl: The only time she ever does anything truly mean-spirited is when she attacks Ashley on prom night and destroy's Shay Van Buren's popularity.
- Nice to the Waiter: She's on friendly terms with the school janitor, to the point of being on a first-name basis.
- Non-Standard Character Design: As one of the three characters who debuted in the first episode, she's a knockoff doll from the dollar store instead of a Barbie or Disney Princess. Starting from when she first appeared in her cheer uniform, this now only applies to her head.
- Not So Harmless: As Ashley Katchadourian and Shay Van Buren have learned.
- Obstructive Bureaucrat: In a sense. She apparently is in charge of all formal paperwork for the Cheer Squad.
- Odd Friendship: Seems to have formed a Intergenerational Friendship with Mikayla Van Buren.
- Official Couple: With Matthew Derringer.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Whenever she slips out of her usual laid back tone, prepare for some shit to go down.
- Only Child Syndrome
- Pop-Cultured Badass: Makes frequent references to movies whenever she's verbally destroying someone. Ben Affleck, anyone?
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Trisha 2's (NOTE: The differences are as minor as the Beavis And Butthead example.) and Brittnay's Reds, and the Red to Mackenzie's Blue.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Trisha 2.
- Serious Business: She's "the cheer squad scheduling council" and she takes this job very seriously.
- Schedule Fanatic: Normally, Trisha's a bit of The Ditz, but when it comes to the cheer squad's schedule, she's incredibly thorough and competent.
- Skewed Priorities: Prone to this sometimes.
- Token Good Teammate: Kind to others and keen on maintaining friendships. Also took Deandra's loss of arms rather personally.
- Tsundere: Type B. Ashley has learnt the hard way to never get on Trisha's bad side...
- Undying Loyalty: She has this to Brittnay and Mackenzie, which causes tension in Season Four.
- Womanchild: It's pretty clear she hasn't matured much since elementary school.
"Trisha! Ahh, the things I've seen! It's nothing like Look Who's Talking! It's just like Look Who's Talking Too! Ughhh!"
Voiced by: Haley ManciniAtchison's resident ditz and bureaucrat.
- Ambiguously Brown
- Butt Monkey: Compared to Trisha C., Trisha 2 is more prone to being on the wrong end of slapstick comedy moments, and once got an uncomfortable eyeful of a baby's head coming out of Saison.
- The Ditz
- Dumb Is Good: The second-sweetest girl in the series, second only to Amberlynn, and the dumbest, second to no one.
- Dumbass Has a Point: In Episode 67, she points out that Brittnay won't give up the videotape without a fight and remarks that sending The Expendables after her was a really dumb move. Her insight leads Mackenzie to realize that there's a good chance of Brittnay getting hurt if The Expendables confronted her. Mackenzie even says that Trisha isn't as dumb as she seems... before Trisha gets high on smelly markers.
- Evil Counterpart: For a small measure of evil. She's not bad, but she is on the opposing cheer squad. She's louder than the Overland Park Trisha and may even be dumber. Compare the number of times her teammates tell her to stop to the number of times Overland Park Trisha is told to stop.
- Foil: To Trisha. Trisha is (usually) sweet, somewhat ditsy but is smarter than she looks and has her own skill set that comes in handy more often than you'd think. Trisha 2? Sweet, but genuinely an idiot.
- Friendly Enemy: With Overland Park Trisha! In fact, they're quite a ball when they're together.
- To that end, when the Overland Park squad wins the Cheer Nationals, Trisha chooses to chew out Ashley Katchadourian instead of Atchison's Trisha.
- Genki Girl
- Heel–Face Turn
- Karmic Protection: She never really does anything truly malicious beyond what Tanya wants her to do, and the other half of her screen time is her bonding with Overland Park's Trisha. So when Atchison loses Cheer Nationals, Trisha C. decides to rant against Ashley Katchadourian while Atchison's Trisha stands on the side.
- Subverted in the episode 59. Brittnay does spray paint her locker, but it's a lengthy message saying that, while she doesn't really know Trisha that well to call her "whore" or "bitch," she's still a little annoying so she's on thin ice.
- Name's the Same: With the Overland Park Trisha. Which lead to an exchange where they had a back-and-forth of asking each other's name.
- Sixth Ranger: On the Overland Park Squad. She is literally the sixth member since she was the last person to be asked to join after Saison and Shay.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Trisha's (NOTE: The differences are as minor as the Beavis And Butthead example.) and Mackenzie's Blues.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Trisha.
- Token Good Teammate: When she was a member of the Atchison Cheer Squad.
The Van Burens
- Catchphrase: "Hi-yeeeeeee!", and "Bye-eeeeee!"
- Rich Bitch: All the Van Buren women apparently. The fourth season reveals they're loaded.
- Small Name, Big Ego: The Van Burens consider themselves to be a dynasty of "high school socialites," and Cameron often brags about how she jet-sets from one county to the next.
Shay Van Buren
"Mikayla, I'm six feet tall and I weigh a hundred and five pounds. I think I know how to mix Ex-Lax into a drink."
Voiced by: Andrew Delman, Haley Mancini (young)The only member of her family not to make Head Cheer Captain, center of the other side of Overland Park's popular girls, and not a "fucking liar."
- Alpha Bitch: She's bitchy, beautiful, and, yeah, almost as popular as Mackenzie.
- Bad Boss: Slightly averted. Upon being named the new head of the Cheer Squad, Shay's first decisions including hiring a professional to teach the squad how to truly be popular and has commissioned a gorgeous new set of uniforms. Although it seems beyond that, even if she has the title of head cheerleader, Mackenzie is still calling the shots. However, she later quits in the fourth season because she was tired of doing so much work and because she was tired of dealing with Brittnay's revenge melodrama.
- Berserk Button: Being called a "fucking liar," which sets off the whole series.
- Bitch with a Heart of Gold: She might be a giant bitch, but she also seems to truly consider herself friends with Deandra and Saison.
- Bi the Way: Implied in Episode 17.Mikayla: Seriously Shay, just commit to the dick!
- Brick Joke: Her deafness is a running brick joke, if such a thing exists. Every time you think you've forgotten that she's deaf in one ear, she'll blankly say "What?" out of nowhere.
- Covert Pervert: Shay just isn't as outwardly lustful as the other girls in this show, but it's still obvious from the evidence gathered; we get hints of bisexuality and one-night stands in Episode 17 (see above) and, in Episode 65, a poster on her bedroom wall says "Hot Pussy".
- Deadpan Snarker
- Demoted to Extra: The Van Buren sisters are pretty much put aside for most of the second season to focus on the feud between the cheer squads. Then they're reascended to main/supporting roles in the third and fourth seasons.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Gay Van Buren. It always comes back to haunt her...
- Fallen Princess: While popular in her own right, she was originally going to be the cheer captain. Being incapacitated by a hacky sack to the head changed that.
- And now she managed to get cheer captain back from Mackenzie, who asks her to join the squad because they couldn't get anyone else and they are losing their popular status to Jenna Darabond's hipsters. Shay demanded that the only way she would join the squad was if she could be captain, and Mackenzie was so desperate she finally conceded.
- And then in episode 70 her popularity really tanks when Trisha displays a video of Shay going on a violent, drunken triad bitching about how everyone at Overland Park sucks, including Saison and Blaine's baby daughter.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible Sibling to Cameron's Foolish Sibling.
- Freudian Excuse: Similar to Mackenzie above; with a mother and family life like hers, would you be the most pleasant person in the world?
- Girlish Pigtails: Her usual hairstyle.
- Heroic Heelization Speech: At prom, she and Mackenzie realize they actually should be working on maintaining friendships and being kind, before rejecting the idea and deciding that they now have a common goal of destroying Rachel Tice.
- I Can't Hear You: Is prone to this, as she's deaf in her right ear.
- In Vino Veritas: Revealed in an exposed video in Episode 70.
- Lean and Mean: She weighs 105 pounds (see above quote).
- Middle Child Syndrome
- My Greatest Failure: Not being cheer captain. She overcomes this when she finally becomes cheerleader captain.
- Old Shame: Don't bring up her shaven head in third grade.
- Only Sane Woman: The only one in her family with any common sense, though Mikayla is a close second. She's also slowly evolved into this for the show as a whole. If Matthew Derringer, Deandra, or Tanner aren't available, chances are Shay will play the voice of reason in a situation.
- Out-Gambitted: She never expected Trisha to be able to pull of a revenge scheme and have it work.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to her rival Mackenzie's Blue.
- Revenge Before Reason
- Running Gag: "What?"
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When she quits the Cheer Squad because of Brittnay's rampage.Shay Van Buren: Have fun with the fucking Frankenstein's monster you've created!
- Sitcom Arch Enemy: To Mackenzie.
- The Three Faces of Eve: The Wife to Mikayla's Child and Cameron's Seductress.
Cameron Van Buren
"Um, Witchita State is great. I'm in like, a shit ton of sororities, and I have a twenty-nine year old boyfriend. Suck itttt!"
Voiced by: Aaron KrebsThe most popular girl in the history of the Blue Valley School District, and she knows it.
- Alpha Bitch: She's regarded as the most popular girl in the history of the Blue Valley School District, even though she graduated and is now at Wichita State University.
- Big Sister Instinct: She immediately got involved the moment she heard Shay was being called "a fucking liar." Which was mere seconds after Shay herself heard it.
- Bratty Teenage Daughter
- Deadpan Snarker
- Foil: To Rachel Tice's older sister.
- Dumb Blonde: It pops up in the series a notable amount of times.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish Sibling to Shay's and Mikayla's Responsible Sibling.
- Gender-Blender Name: Cameron Van Buren. Brittany even lampshades it in the episode 13 when she insinuates that Cameron has testicles, to which Cameron angrily replies "that was a rumor!"
- Good Girls Avoid Abortion: Cameron is by no means a "good girl" and as for getting an abortion? She's getting an entire wing of an abortion clinic named after her.
- It's pretty much stated the reason Cameron has so many abortions is because she "forgets" to take her morning after pills when her boyfriends threaten to leave her.
- Jerkass: Yeah, she's not a nice person.
- Offscreen Teleportation: She somehow managed to make it to Overland Park High from Wichita State in mere seconds after hearing that Mackenzie called Shay "a fucking liar."
- Really Gets Around: She has quite the track record, to the point of having a wing of an abortion clinic named after her.
- Running Gag: Her new boyfriends always get older and older.
- Sitcom Arch Enemy: While Shay has it out for Mackenzie, Cameron has set her sights on taking Brittnay Matthews down.
- The Three Faces of Eve: The Seductress to Shay's Wife and Mikayla's Child.
- Unwitting Pawn: Mackenzie used her to break up Jenna Darabond's family by sleeping with Jenna's senator father via getting the two to meet.
Mikayla Van Buren
I was born in 2003. I have no idea what a gremlin is.
Voiced by: Lily VonnegutCameron and Shay's little sister and the most popular girl at Meadowlane Elementary School. Denies she has lice even though she infected the entire 3rd grade.
- Alpha Bitch: Elementary school version. We haven't seen it, yet, but it's implied she rules Meadowlane with an iron fist.
- Annoying Younger Sibling
- The Baby of the Bunch
- Bratty Half-Pint
- Child Prodigy: Not only is she far more levelheaded than Cameron and Jayna, sharing the Only Sane Man status with Shay, she also reads books way outside her grade level, has a sharp mind for how popularity and social hierarchies work even at the age of eight or nine, and has aspirations to be President.
- Enfante Terrible: Threatens to push Mackenzie's little sister down a flight of stairs.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible Sibling to Cameron's Foolish Sibling.
- Friendly Enemy: With Trisha. She also gets along with Brooklyn Katchadourian quiet well.
- Intergenerational Friendship: With Trisha.
- Kids Are Cruel: She threatened to kill Mackenzie's little sister if she (Mackenzie) didn't apologize to Shay.
- Odd Friendship: With Trisha.
- Offscreen Teleportation: Same as her sister Cameron.
- Pet the Dog: Gives Trisha a nice book to read. By Dr. Seuss. Hell, her friendship with Trisha in general.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue (Dress) to Katelynn's Red (actually pink dress).
- Running Gag: That she's a gremlin of some sort, by Deandra.
- The Linus: She acts like an adult, but there are sometimes still reminders to the viewers that she's only in the Third Grade. Here's one example (from Episode 38)—Mikayla: Hello, [Santa] Claus. I know you've seen some naughtiness this year, but I have put together a report that will prove otherwise. Let's start here with this pie chart. [...] I thank you for your time. Here is my card. We will be in touch.
- The Three Faces of Eve: The Child to Shay's Wife and Cameron's Seductress.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior
- Typhoid Mary: Her lice were so bad she infected the entire 3rd grade and had to be sent home.
- Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Serious Child to Jayna's Wacky Parent.
Jayna Van Buren
Girls, girls! You're all treasures. Lovely accidental treasures. Mistakes, but treasures.
Voiced by: David RazowskyThe mother of the Van Buren girls and an expert on using laxatives to poison people. Currently pregnant with a fourth child and is a heavy alcoholic and pill addict. It turns out she's not pregnant. She's just really fat.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Just look at her!
- Anti-Role Model
- Catchphrase: "Ha-cha-cha."
- Evil Matriarch: Played for Laughs.
- Harmful to Minors: She more than encourages her children actively carrying out threats of bodily harm against each other.
- Lady Drunk: To the extreme.
- Longest Pregnancy Ever: She thinks she's been pregnant (currently) for two or three years, and believes she carried Mikayla for 16 months.
- Old Master: In regards to sabotaging cheerleaders for the sake of popularity and petty vengeance.
- Parental Neglect
- Portmanteau: She has a habit of speaking like this.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Mrs. Zale's Red.
- Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Wacky Parent to Mikayla's Serious Child.
The Football Team
Was that the goddamn baby?!
Voiced by: Dave HillTrisha Cappelletti's boyfriend.
- Barbie Doll Anatomy: He has no penis or testicles thanks to a birth defect (seriously).
- Leeroy Jenkins: When he unleashes the fury of his Ryan Cabrera promotional hackysack.
- Official Couple: With Trisha Cappelletti.
- Only Sane Man: Along with Tanner.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The former Blue to Tanner's former Red.
- Team Dad: Of the football team, if his interactions with the soon to be father Blaine and the Daddy Issues-rifed Justin are anything to go by. In one of the Extra Credits, there's even a line saying he agreed to be Blaine's child's godfather.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Causes Shay's half-deafness and her unable to become Head Cheerleader in the Third Grade.
- Vocal Dissonance: He had a deep voice even as a kid, which he ironically couldn't have since he doesn't have the sex organs to produce the testosterone to make it that deep.
Oh Blaine you beautiful idiot.
Voiced by: Pete Capella, Josh Fingerhut (young)The quarterback of the football team.
- Badass Gay: A gay quarterback.
- Brutal Honesty: He tells it like it is, with very little regard for tact.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: In the Third Grade.
- First Name Ultimatum: "JONATHAN!"
- Gay Best Friend: To Matthew.
Tanner: Blaine, serious talk right now. Having a child is a huge responsibly.
Justin: Yeah, unless of course you move to Pittsburgh with your receptionist on your son's fourth birthday!
Voiced by: Brian KonowalAshley Katchadourian's boyfriend.
- Berserk Button: Any mention of his father is bound to get him riled up, to the point where Trisha's first piece of advice to Ashley re: dating Justin was, "Don't bring up his father." Actually, bad parenting in general.
- Chick Magnet: Every girl at Overland Park seems to want a piece of him for some reason.
- Daddy Issues: Just see the above quote.
- Disappeared Dad: ...Yeah.
- Flat Character: Only because out of the football team, he has the least amount of screentime and not much depth in characterization in spite of daddy issues and being a compulsive cheater.
- Heel–Face Revolving Door: He quits the football team and becomes a hipster on Jenna Darabond's orders, but after a discussion on it with Matthew Derringer, it's clear Justin still considers the guys his friends. Much later, he rejoins the team after breaking up with Jenna and helps them win the championship.
- Hypocrite: He was pissed at Jenna for making out with Than, despite him being a compulsive cheater himself. Of course, he may have just been angry because it's Than.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He breaks up with Jenna Darabond because he's tired of her hypocritical notions of loving Justin but never spending time with him unless he's doing something for her, and calls her out on being a manipulative and psychotic bitch.
- Your Cheating Heart: Thought nothing of Brittnay randomly making out with him, received a blowjob from Rachel in exchange for voting her Prom Queen, and according to Shay and Deandra, may have/had a fling with Mackenzie. All of this has happened while dating Ashley. The third season also reveals that he once made out with Mackenzie right in front of Jenna Darabond, which was Jenna's Rage Breaking Point. He was then with Jenna Darabond, but breaks up with her at the end of the third season.
Oh, nine months?! That's like two years!
Voiced by: Carlo MossBritney's ex-boyfriend and Saison's boyfriend.
- Bastard Boyfriend: Averted of all accounts even when he had the pleasure of having his way with Saison unprotected and predictably, getting her pregnant.
- Comically Missing the Point: He was once planning to tell his coach that he'll be stepping out of the football team because Saison is pregnant. He still got nine months back then.
- Doting Parent: Even before his "son"—actually, daughter—is born.
- Dumb Blond
- Dumb Is Good: Not so smart, but not very mean either.
- Dumb Jock: Wow, that's like, three "Dumbs" in a row.
- Official Couple: With Saison.
- Simpleton Voice: His voice is rather deep and dopey-sounding, which fits him.
Deandra, the New Girl
Voiced by: Carlo MossThe new girl at Overland Park, her only interests seem to be eating, pooping and having a comfortable place to poop in.
- Acquired Situational Narcissism: Let's just say that the stardom treatment she receives after her musical single is a total hit goes to her head for the duration of late Season 4. Rachel and Judith both lampshade on this and call her out on it.
- Ambiguously Evil: Aligns herself with both rivaling parties, but likely unintentionally, not with true malice intended. She later aligns herself with the Overland Park cheerleaders against Atchison when they have a common enemy, Tanya Berkowitz.
- An Arm and a Leg: She has her arms ripped off by the Cheerleaders and the Van Burens.
- Artificial Limb: She gets prosthetics in episode 14, one regular and one robotic.
- Author Avatar: According to Carlo Moss (the creator, writer, and VA of Deandra), "I am Deandra and Deandra is me".
- Berserk Button: Lying to her about food and talking about the Atchison Cheer Squad.
- Big Damn Heroes: She shows up at Cheer Nationals to help the Overland Park squad beat Atchison after Ashley betrays them, simply because she's tired of Tanya Berkowitz.
- Big Eater: She chomps away a $57 lunch and prefers food over boys. And as Episode 17 shows, do not get between her and her dinner. Don't lie to her about food, either.
- Brutal Honesty
- Calling Your Bathroom Breaks: Without a hint of shame, at that.
- The Cheerleader: Or at least she used to be.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Though unintentionally.
- Dark Secret: Apparently, something happened between Deandra and the Atchison High Cheer Squad that she does not want to talk about. It turns out she used to be the head of the Atchison Cheer Squad before a mixture of a pastrami quesedilla, chili dogs, Code Red Mountain Dew, and unpopped pop rocks caused her to defecate all over her squad, everything within a thirty foot radius, and the city while doing a pyramid. Deandra blames Tanya Berkowitz for it since she gave her the Pop Rocks in the first place, wondering what kind of person just happens to carry Pop Rocks with them.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Disability SuperpowerDeandra: Things are fucking awesome for me. I just won the hundred metres in the Special Olympics, I lost like twenty-seven pounds...Trisha: Oh my god, what is your secret?Deandra: I had my arms ripped off.
- Everyone Has Standards: Despite being a Big Eater and a bit of an Extreme Omnivore, in Episode 53, even she thought Belinda's organic sweet potato wedges tasted awful.
- Extreme Omnivore: She will eat a taco out of a trashcan, and the nubs on chicken wings (much to the other's disgust). She's also made some crazy combinations that did not end well.
- Fallen Princess: A high school variant. Deandra was once the head cheerleader of Atchinson High, and therefore, one of the most (if not THE most) popular girls in her school. After the incident where she defecated all over her squad, she was stripped of her popularity and essentially forced into exile, which is when she transferred to Overland Park.
- False Friend: To everyone.
- Fatal Flaw: Gluttony.
- Food as Bribe: A victim to this trope.
- Freudian Excuse: Her determination to find a comfortable place to poop in stems from the horrific incident where she had a bout of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and crapped all over her squad during a pyramid demonstration back at Atchison.
- Genre Savvy: A little late at this point, but now she recognizes that getting involved any further with the Cheer Squad would not be a good idea and stays out of their affairs.
- Hidden Depths: She's a registered midwife.
- His Name Really Is "Barkeep": At prom, she is literally announced as "Deandra The New Girl".
- One could argue that she has another surname, which must be hard to pronounce, as Mr. Mack can't say it.
- Hyperactive Metabolism: She eats enough to feed a family in the meals she mentions, but still wears a size zero dress.
- The Lad-ette
- Laser-Guided Karma: Getting her arms ripped off, if you see her as a bitch.
- Also, having her singing career go down the drain when she lets the mistreated Judith and Rachel leave the band. Deandra had let the stardom go way to her head...
- Limited Wardrobe: She always wears the same dress. At prom...Shay: Can I just say, um, I love your dress.Deandra: It's the exact same dress I've been wearing every day at school.
- Made of Plasticine: Let's face it, the worst thing that could happen to someone when their arms are being tugged by a bunch of people on each side, is the shoulder bones to be dislocated. Instead, she gets her fucking arms ripped off.
- Morality Pet: She's Shay's, and the Cheer Squad's to a lesser extent.
- Nobody Poops: She's the living personification of this trope averted, because half of her screentime is about her pooping, going to poop somewhere, or wanting to poop somewhere. She even sings a fucking song about poop!
- Non-Standard Character Design: As one of the three characters who debuted in the first episode, she's a knockoff doll from the dollar store instead of a Barbie or Disney Princess. Unlike Mackenzie and Trisha, she's kept her original body, making her unusually short-necked.
- Not So Above It All: About the importance of prom.
- Only One Name
- Only Sane Woman: One of the sanest characters in the series.
- Pet the Dog: She earnestly tried to get Atchison to stop antagonizing the Overland Park cheer squad by pointing out what happened to her, but later decided to help the Overland Park squad because she was tired of Tanya pushing her around.
- The Pollyanna: Despite being quite snarky, she still manages to stay positive and find a bright side of everything from losing her popularity, to transferring schools, to having her arms ripped off. Basically, as far as she's concerned, if she has access to food, there's a bright side.
- Punch Clock Villain: Is the first to ask if the girls talk about anything besides revenge.
- Sixth Ranger: When she joins the Overland Park squad during Cheer Nationals. She later joins the football team in the third season because of her robot arm.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only girl on the Overland Park football team.
- Speech Impediment: Has a lisp and a slight case of Elmuh Fudd Syndwome. From Season 2 onward, however, she overcame this.
- Tomboy: Compared to most of the girls in the series.
- Tomboyish Voice
- True Neutral: She is a member of the cheerleaders and the Van Burens because she does not actually care about anything and just gets caught up in everyone's schemes.
- In season three, she refuses to join the cheer squad, citing that she's well aware at this point of how the squad keeps getting involved in stupid squabbles and she wants no part in it.
- Wild Card: Deandra consistently flips between the Cheer Squad and the van Burens, depending on the best deal.
Jonathan "Than" Getslinhaumer
Hey! That's not my name!
Voiced by: Mark CopeAn Overland Park student who has a habit for spouting out arrogant statements and gay innuendos, much to the disgust and frustration of the football team.
- Abusive Parents: Implied when Brittnay punched Than in the stomach, which prompts him to say that it reminded him of his mother.
- Ambiguously Bi/Ambiguously Gay: Than was this for much of the first two seasons: he watches the football team take showers all the time apparently, but he still agrees to go to the prom with Shay and have sex with Brittnay. The end of season 2 made it clear he was actually gay, when he came out of the closet. Then Double Subverted when he said he pretended to be gay so Tanner could like him (in a one-sided way). Of course, this leaves many of the guys still in doubt.
- In season 3, he tries to enforce the former trope after discovering that bisexuality is a thing.
- Butt Monkey
- Coming-Out Story: Parodied.
- Depraved Homosexual: The first thing he does when he came out: going to the boys' locker room and making out with Tanner. Even before that, he loved sexually-harassing the football team every chance he could.
- Do Not Call Me Jonathan: Jonathan, or rather, Than.
- The Mole: Was this for Jenna Darabond's hipsters after joining the Football Team, but decided having the guys actually like him was more important and went back on Jenna's plans during the championship.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Tanner's Blue, and the Blue to Shaw's Red.
- The Scrappy: In-universe, Than is this to most of Overland Park. The Football Team completely hates him and wishes he would go away, Brittnay only starts dating him because they both hate the Football Team and Than is more than willing to engage in anal sex, and the fact that he took Shay Van Buren to prom is more of a sign of how far she fell after the "Gay Van Buren" escapade. The only one who really treats him with any civility is Tristan.
- After joining the football team, the rest of the guys start to see Than as an actual friend and begin to treat him as such, although they make it clear they're not interested in him sexually.
- Stalker with a Crush: Implied to be his motive for why he's always in the locker room. It's likely that he has feelings for Tanner, seeing as though Tanner takes the brunt of his annoying stalkerish behaviours and sexual harassment.
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: He just won't take the hint that the Football Team loathes him completely. When he comes out, he thinks that it's because everyone but Tanner is homophobic.
- Transparent Closet: Parodied and exaggerated beyond belief - he makes constant comments to the football team about wanting to have anal sex, give blowjobs to or take showers with them. Yet, he still claims to be straight. Tanner is particularly frustrated by all this.
- That Came Out Wrong: He and Tobias Fünke would Have a Gay Old Time together.
"LA LA LA, I LOVE GOSSIP GIRL SOOOOO MUCH!"
Voiced by: Carlo MossFucking Rachel Tice is the most unpopular girl at Overland Park ever since she ate a roly-poly in the 3rd grade. She obsesses over Gossip Girl and her only friend is Judith.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: To Bridget.
- Ascended Extra
- Butt Monkey
- The Chessmaster: Sees herself as this.
- The Dog Bites Back: Especially in Season 3.
- Fallen Princess
- Fangirl: For various TV shows, especially Gossip Girl.
- Fiery Redhead
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Judith.
- Hilariously Abusive Childhood: A rare sibling-abuse example with her verbally and even physically unhealthy relationship with Briget Tice.
- Nerd Glasses
- Never Live It Down: She ate a roly-poly in third grade. Before that, she was a part of Shay and Mackenzie's "popular" clique.
- One Head Shorter: Than everyone expect the the children.
- Phrase Catcher: "FUCKING RACHEL TICE!!"
- Pyrrhic Victory: She won Prom Queen by giving blow jobs to most of the boys in Overland Park High, but as it turns out this didn't make her popular. She just now has a whore's reputation along with being a social outcast.
- Really Gets Around: She managed to give blow jobs to every boy in school except for Matthew Derringer because he doesn't have a penis (though he said he turned her down anyway, he's that good of a boyfriend to Trisha).
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Judith's Blue.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Judith.
- Small, Annoying Creature: To the rest of the girls. Seems like she hasn't grown an inch since third grade.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: When the hipsters start becoming popular.
- Vocal Evolution: In Season 1, her voice was very raspy and gruff. Come Season 4, it has lost most of the roughness and increased in pitch.
- Xanatos Gambit: What she imagines her plot to win prom queen to be. It's actually really, really simple.
- 0% Approval Rating: Except for Judith. And the hipsters thanks to Jenna Darabond's apparent fascination with her and Judith, even calling them cool despite being nerds and practically outcasts. Then again, it is a hipster thing.
Voiced by: Lily VonnegutRachel Tice's best friend.
- Blind Without 'Em: Rachel once stated (in Episode 36) that Judith's glasses had to be custom-made because the latter's vision is very bad.
- Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Wears 'em all the time.
- Butt Monkey: Not to the same extent as Rachel, but still counts.
- First-Name Basis: She is often simply referred to as Judith. Her surname is only revealed via Lily Vonnegut's twitter, and Brittnay in Episode 50.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Rachel.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Rachel's Red.
- Running Gag: She can't have gluten. Or else she'll throw up red blood.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Rachel.
- Satellite Character: To Rachel.
- Sickly Neurotic Geek: Has a gluten allergy, and Episode 50 drops the implication that she also has asthma.
- Tomboyish Voice: Has a raspy, boyish voice.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: When the hipsters become popular.
Well. I think this should really be a night for all of us to celebrate together you guys. Like I know it's a cliche, but it's such an honor to be just nominated.
Voiced by: Dave HillThe nicest girl at Overland Park High.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
- 100% Adoration Rating
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness
- Morality Pet: To Brittnay and Mackenzie.
- Nice Girl: She's pretty much the nicest girl in the entire series, even more so than Trisha and Trisha 2.
- Tastes Like Diabetes: Invoked in-universe by Jenna Darabond.
- Wise Beyond Her Years: Brittnay seems to think so.
"It was cool, I guess."
Voiced by: Carlo MossSpread the rumor that Brittnay gives second rate handjobs.
- Ink-Suit Actor: Coincidentally, the doll used for Connor resembles Carlo.
- Jerkass: Told everyone in school that Brittnay gives bad handjobs, refuses to stop telling people, and after being asked out by her, ditches her in the parking lot on Prom Night after getting a handjob.
- Terse Talker: That quote up there? That's the longest line he's had on the show. Though this was averted in his latest appearance at Jenna Darabond's Hipchellastockalooza concert where he shows up as an audience along with the other Overland Park students.
- Would Hit a Girl: In Episode 57. Though to be fair, Jenna Dapananian was incredibly stoned at the time.Connor: (whacks her) Stop sweating on me!Jenna: WOAH! (groans) Right in the BOOBS!
Voiced by: Jason EarlesA member of the Color Guard who is the one that told Brittnay about Saison really being from Montreal.
- Bit Character
- The Ghost: She was only mentioned once in the second episode, but didn't appear until the third season during a flashback to Mackenzie's New Year's party. Her lack of appearance is even lampshaded by Brittnay, with Jennifer stating she hasn't been seen because she's now on the Color Guard. Jennifer herself lampshades the fact that Brittnay, and the audience, most likely wouldn't be seeing her again.
- Morality Pet: She is one of the few people Brittnay seems to have no issue with, and trusts Jennifer's statements on the grounds that she hasn't lied since the third grade.
- Ms. Exposition
- Nice Girl: She's pretty nice, from what little we see of her.
- Noodle Incident: Claims the last time she ever lied was to save a boy's life.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She accidentally sparks Brittnay's scathing hatred of Saison simply by stating she's not from France like she tells everyone she is.
- Will Not Tell a Lie: Unless it's a matter of life or death.
The biggest ghost in the whole series, mentioned once, who has yet to make an actual appearance like the other ghost characters have so far.
- Bit Character: All we know about her is, upon Trisha vomiting in the bathroom stall in the third episode, she apologizes and says she'll contact Amber. This implies Amber has some job in the girls room and may or may not have a connection to the Cheer Squad.
- The Ghost: Her name's been mentioned exactly once and she's never been seen. Why does she have her own character profile? Well, every other character whose name was mentioned exactly once in the first season is now a recurring character, making her incredibly conspicuous.
- Spell My Name with an "S": People assumed her name was spelled "Zendaihouse" but the Youtube captions spell her name "Zendejas."
How do you say.. menage à trois?
Voiced by: Andrew DelmanAn exchange student who is either from France or Montreal, and a source of annoyance to both Brittnay Matthews and Lunch Lady Belinda. She gets pregnant with Blaine's baby and names her Brittnay.
- Bare Your Midriff: Same goes for her back when she turns around.
- Canada, Eh?: She's from Montreal, apparently.
- Characterization Marches On: The first few episodes showed her having a bit of a malicious streak, such as outright insulting Brittnay (her handjobs, to be specific). Later on in the show, however, she evolved into a mere Ditz completely oblivious to Brittnay's bad side.
- Fake Nationality: In-Universe, if she is indeed Canadian. Although the doll that is used for her, a Disney Princess Belle doll, is based on a character that is from France.
- Gratuitous French: She just pronounces everything with a French-ish lisp and asks "How do you say?" before a lot of words.
- Morality Pet: To Shay.
- Morning Sickness: In Episode 45.
- Nice Hat: Her red beret.
- Official Couple: With Blaine.
- Sixth Ranger: When she joins the Overland Park cheer squad. In Season Three she is asked to rejoin, by Brittnay of all people, because they couldn't get anyone else besides Shay Van Buren and Atchison's Trisha.
- Teen Pregnancy: The plot of episode 14, after Trisha finds a positive pregnancy test and tries to hunt down the mother-to-be. Looks like Lunch Lady Belinda was right about Saison and Blaine making a baby on prom night.
- She gives birth to a girl in the lunchroom and her baby is delivered by Deandra, Belinda, and Atchison's Trisha. Saison names the baby Brittnay, after you-know-who.
- Verbal Tic: Saison Marguerite's "How do you say..." which drives Brittnay absolutely insane.
- Wacky Cravings: In Episode 53; we should note that this is right before her water breaks.Saison: Hello. I think today I am having a craving for a croissant stuffed with pickles and corn dog, but instead of the hot dog in the middle of the corn dog, I would like some, how you say, Greek yogurt.
"I-I was at Pearl Harbor."
Voiced by: Kate FrisbeeShe was supposed to be watching the door. Actually, no, she wasn't. You know she's in charge of snacks, right?
- Arch-Enemy: At this point it's pretty clear she's Trisha's.
- Backstabbing the Alpha Bitch: Planning it for a while. Officially backstabbed when it came to cheer nationals as she joined the Atchison High cheer squad so her own squad would be unable to compete now that there are only five of them.
- Badass Longcoat: Her Paper-Thin Disguise at best, plus Cool Shades. (Pfft, "A Lesbian Inspector Gadget"...)
- Bad Liar
- Breakout Character: Since she got involved with the Atchison High cheer squad, there have been episodes where in which give her an extensive amount of screen time.
- Broken Bird: She's been suffering from so much anxiety that her mom's been sneaking medication into her food and her doctor's told her she has ulcers.
- Butt Monkey: Cemented in episode 22 when Deandra tosses her across the mall as a demonstration of her robot arm's strength, followed by Ashley's rather pathetic pleas for someone to help her going unheard.
- Contralto of Danger: Averted. She has the lowest vocal range of the female characters (Cross-Dressing Voices don't count), but she's rather wimpy. However, it's played straight when she gives out inspirational speeches.
- Demoted to Extra: Invoked in-universe when she asks to be left out of the current conflict after all she's gone through. However, she has a pretty prominent role in episode 58.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Getting completely annihilated by Trisha's "The Reason You Suck" Speech and having her boyfriend make out with Brittnay on prom night all in response to something she wasn't responsible for.
- Face–Heel Turn: Episode 15 implies Ashley is planning on getting revenge for what Trisha and the others did to her.
- The Ghost: Until episode 11.
- Meaningful Name: Her last name sounds like "Catch a door."
- Misblamed: Jenna Darabond was supposed to watching the door, but Deandra said it was Ashley that let her in, so Trisha blamed her.
- The Mole: At least in Season 2.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: She gets blamed for Deandra's maiming because she wasn't watching the door when she was supposed to, though it turns out she really wasn't in charge at all.
- One Head Shorter: Than everyone expect the children, like Rachel, though Ashley is slightly taller than Rachel.
- Running Gag: Deandra mistaking her for a (tiny) flasher. It's continually brought up when recalling what happened several weeks prior to cheer nationals.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: In Episode 21. And she is terrible at it. Brittnay lampshades it immediately.
- True Neutral: Ashley Katchadourian returns in Episode 31 but is not interested with having to do with anything as of late and is just set on doing her own thing, steering away from the shitstorm as much as possible. Trisha acknowledges her on that path.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She's responsible for the entire series starting off all because she wasn't watching the door to the girls bathroom. Though it turns out she wasn't responsible for watching the door.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: She didn't sound anything beyond conniving and was quite timid when she was first seen. But after Trisha lashes out on her for leaving the door unguarded which lead to Deandra getting her arms ripped off, she's been bitter ever since. She didn't even forgive Trisha after apologizing to her.
Ashley: Guys, I've got an idea, just hear me out. Maybe we should just like whatever it is we like. And if other people start liking it too, it's not bad. In fact, it probably means that whatever it is we like, is pretty good. Only now we have people we can share it with. And if nobody else likes it, well that's okay too. Because it makes us happy.Connor: Whoa. You are blowing my mind, Ashley Katchadourian.Amberlynn: So small, yet so wise.
- However, she gives a sweet and heartfelt speech about being free to like the things you like regardless if people think it's popular or not and inspires others to follow her example.
- Vocal Dissonance: She's quite a small girl, yet she has the deepest (natural) female voice among the cast.
- Walking Spoiler: All that white, for Pete's sakes. It only applies if you're still new to the show and you've decided to watch the very first episode, as a good start for the more eventful things to come.
"When the fuck did everyone in this school started talking in goddamn code?"
Voiced by: Jessie SchneidermanShe's been absent because her dad has been sick a lot. As such, she's completely out of the loop regarding what's been going on at Overland Park.
- Ambiguously Bi: She did seem to be very interested when Jenna Darabond revealed she swings both ways. She later asks to make out with several people, including Jenna Darabond, some random camera guy, Caitlin Cameron (a TV reporter), the manager of Pizza Street, and Bridget.
- Anything That Moves: Her Catchphrase practically seems to be "Do you wanna make out?".
- Brick Joke: In the first episode Trisha wondered if Jenna Darabond's dad was sick or died, then realized she was getting her confused with Jenna Dapananian. As it turns out, this Jenna's dad was the sick one.
- Characterization Marches On: She started as someone who spent her time expressing annoyance that she has no idea what is going on, but by the third and fourth seasons she's now someone who really wants to make out while also getting extremely high.
- Deadpan Snarker: How she gets by when commenting on things nobody ever explained to her about.
- The Ghost: Until episode 21.
- Locked Out of the Loop: No one seems willing to fill her in on what's been going on at Overland Park.
- Lovable Sex Maniac
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Jenna Darabond's Blue.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: At the end up episode 30, probably because she's tired of no one telling her what's going on.
- The Stoner: Following the end of the third season, it seems she's gotten addicted to drugs as a byproduct of inhaling too much secondhand marijuana smoke and eating brownies filled with Ecstasy.
- Stoners Are Funny
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It's over... for now. But winter is coming to Overland Park!
Voiced by: Afton QuastDue to mysterious circumstances, she's been absent for an indefinite amount of time and as a result, is replaced by Saison Margeurite so Overland Park is qualified to cheer for cheer nationals... and is originally in charge of the door.
- Asshole Victim: Depending whether she deserved to be stabbed to death by Tanya Berkowitz for burning down the mall and considering everything she did that kick started certain events that had gone on since the very first season or it's a case of Disproportionate Retribution (seriously, getting her sent to jail thanks to Mackenzie's plan was adequate enough), she had it coming.
- Ax-Crazy: She burnt down the Atchison Mall and seemingly blew up Brittnay's car.
- Back for the Dead: She survived her stabbing, but was killed for good when the Mercenary Cheerleaders crashed their car into her operating room.
- Bi the Way: She brings it up once or twice, and rather exasperately clears up a couple bi stereotypes to the other Jenna.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She comes off as sweet and kind around adults, but is a conniving sociopath.
- The Chessmaster: Her first actual appearance has her watching the Overland Park squad through a pair of binoculars, begrudgingly conceding that Mackenzie wins this round but that she'll have something else in store. It's implied (and later confirmed) that she had something to do with the feud between the Overland Park and Atchison Cheer Squads, if not everything else that's been going on since the first episode.
- Episode 31 made it all clear that she had something to do with everything that's been going on, from Deandra being let in to the bathroom up to Cheer Nationals. Talk about an evil plan.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Why she planned on messing with the cheer squad in the first place. When she saw Ashley kissing Justin and then Mackenzie shortly after, she went on with the plan that would start it all and in first doing, introduces herself as "Ashley Katchadourian" to Deandra after letting her in the bathroom. It went further when she saw that Justin made out with Brittnay.
- Daddy's Little Villain: When she speaks to her father on the phone, she casually mentions that she's planning revenge. Given that her father is a senator, this is not very surprising.
- Disney Death: Subverted. She initially manages to survive her stabbing in a critical state. Just as the doctors are conversing how she'll likely make it, the mercenaries Mackenzie hired crash through the wall and fatally run her over.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Her schemes have included burning down a shopping mall just to get Tanya Berkowitz involved, and her form of retaliation against the cheerleaders invading hipster space was to blow up Brittnay's car.
- Establishing Character Moment: After only being mentioned for thirty episodes, when she finally appears, she's spying on the Overland Park cheerleaders through binoculars and tells her dad she's planning "a little revenge."
- Even Evil Has Standards: Insists that she's not at all responsible for Deandra getting her arms ripped-off and calls it "super fucked up". However, given the fact that she was the one who masterminded everything in the show, it's obviously fake.
- The Ghost: Yet her name has been mentioned several times before she's finally revealed at the end of Episode 30.
- Hipster: Her speech on "what is cool will be uncool" and "the things nobody likes will be the things that everybody wants". *puts on glasses* "Hipsterism..." Is also her Evil Plan by the way.
- Greater Scope Villain: She's masterminded all three seasons and she didn't even appear on screen until Episode 30.
- They're also her Last Words.
- Killed Off for Real: Stabbed to death by Tanya Berkowitz out of revenge for having her mall burnt down. She pulls through, only to die by accident later on.
- Knight of Cerebus: Invoked by Mackenzie, who asks Jenna when she became so dark and repeatedly stated by Mackenzie as a bigger threat than Shay Van Buren and Tanya Berkowitz.
- Manipulative Bitch: Possibly. And in Episode 31, very much confirmed.
- Misblamed: Gets punched in the face by Brittnay for blowing up her car but it's only known that she never did it after it was mentioned in the season finale that it was Mackenzie who really did it as part of a well-crafted plan involving the cheer squad and Jenna to be in a parent-teacher conference. Other than that, it's a long story...
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Jenna Dapananian's Red.
- Running Gag: She's mentioned lots of times, all the way from the very first episode and so on and her unknown fate seems to get everyone (the viewers) asking what the hell is up with her. At least, until the very end of season 2.
- The Sociopath: Justin outright calls her one in Episode 57.
- Unspoken Plan Guarantee: When her dad called her, she said she's just working on a little bit of revenge. Sigh, Here We Go Again...
- Walking Spoiler: Her infamous, prolonged status as The Ghost has seemingly lead her to this.
- And because of the much unexpected turn of events, current entries of progress about her character are very much spoileriffic.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: She gets out of any punishment for destroying Brittnay's car because Brittnay broke her nose.
- But as it turns out, she never had anything to do with blowing up Brittnay's car. See The Chessmaster section on Mackenzie's section.
Atchison High Cheer Squad
And when I mean butt, I mean ass. As in the ass I'll be fucking you in, bitch!
Voiced by: Carla HendersonThe co-head vice captain to Tanya Berkowitz.
- Beta Bitch: To Tanya.
- Brick Joke: Brittany's "hide my finger" joke comes back aimed at Taylor.
- Not So Different: Basically the Brittany to Tanya's Mackenzie.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Tanya's Blue.
- Sassy Black Woman: Notably the only one on the show.
- Satellite Character: As Brittnay points out, Taylor only exists to back up Tanya whereas Brittnay, who is Mackenzie's Beta Bitch, is her own character.
- Slut-Shaming: The bulk of her insults (primarily at Brittany) revolve around calling people whores. Like everyone else on this show.
Ya'll better, bring it!
Voiced by: Lee NewtonThe head cheerleader of Atchison High.
- Alpha Bitch: Formerly a Beta Bitch to Deandra.
- Backstabbing the Alpha Bitch: Back when she was Deandra's Beta Bitch.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Unleashes a HUGE one after losing to Mackenzie at cheer nationals.
- Evil Laugh: While not akin to the common laugh of an Alto Villainess, her high-pitched giggling counts. Especially when she told Overland Park that they stole their routine and that it's lucky for them (Atchison High) to go first.
- Faux Affably Evil: Hides just how nasty she is behind a mask of sugary sweetness and "standards." However, much like a certain Dolores Umbridge, her fake personality is every bit as sickening as her real one, if not more. The mask comes crashing down when she loses Cheer Nationals.
- Fearless Fool: The woman is absolutely unmoved by Deandra's threats and her demonstration to back those threats up, citing her knowledge of Terminator and Robocop franchises as enough needed to take Deandra down if necessary.
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Enforces it on her fellow cheerleaders, as well. Completely and utterly averted in Episode 30.
- Hate Sink: Intentionally designed to be a detestable character with no real redeeming qualities.
- Hypocrite: Holds herself above the Overland squad for not swearing, yet unleashes a Cluster F-Bomb when she loses at cheer nationals.
- Klingon Promotion: Much like Mackenzie and Shay, Tanya is believed to have deliberately sabotaged Deandra so she could usurp her role as head of Atchison's Cheer Squad.
- Knife Nut: Stabs Jenna Darabond multiple times when she came to visit her in prison.Tanya: I...loved...that mall...
- Knight of Cerebus: It should be expected... but how do you top Jenna Darabond, who was the one responsible for everything that had happened from the start of the series? The feud between the Van Burens and the cheer squad to having threat their popular status by the invasion of hipsters? Murder by knife stabbing, of course!
- Not So Above It All: See Villainous Breakdown below.
- Not So Different: Cleaner-mouthed, but basically a clone of Mackenzie.
- Not So Harmless: She fucking killed Jenna Darabond!
- Pop-Cultured Badass: When Brittnay makes a comment about how talking with the Atchison High Cheer Squad is like arguing with the cast of DuckTales, Tanya makes a comment that they should be so lucky to argue with anyone from that show, saying how Scrooge McDuck is worth 4.4 Billion, has fragile duck bones, and still dives into a pile of gold coins every day.
- Rapunzel Hair
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Taylor's Red.
- Smug Snake: Even more so than Mackenzie. Though if not for the fact that Mackenzie has to keep herself calm, she would've most likely destroyed Tanya at an earlier date.
- Sugary Malice
- Upper-Class Twit: She refrains her squad from swearing to put themselves above the Overland squad. It completely shatters in Episode 30.
- Villainous Breakdown: Completely loses her shit and swears up a storm when the Overland squad beat her squad at cheer nationals.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's afraid of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the Super Mario Bros. movie, and the word "collander."
"The answer to a question I never asked."
Voiced by: Christine TarbetRachel's 27 year old sister with a crappy life who snarks at just about everything.
- Ascended Extra
- Big Sister Bully: Beats up Rachel, her little sister. Though to be fair, Rachel is the one who always starts it.
- Creepy Monotone
- Daddy Issues: Lunch Lady Belinda seems to think so.Lunch Lady Belinda: What did your father do to you?
- Fiery Redhead
- Grumpy Bear
- Informed Deformity: Amongst the numerous things that could not make her life awfuller than it already is, is her saying that she has alopecia. Her hair looks okay, compared to FPB-positive Mackenzie.
- Jaded Washout: Her adult life sucks, let's just leave it at that.
- Perpetual Frowner: Despite the fact that her doll (a Merida doll nonetheless!) is perpetually smiling.
- Rock Bottom: Her life.
- The Snark Knight
- Surrounded by Idiots
- When She Smiles: Her reaction when she wins a free T-Shirt from the MPGIS app. Rachel is understandably freaked out.
- Younger Than They Look: Invoked by Deandra who, upon first meeting Bridget, assumes she's a spinster running an orphanage.
Lunch Lady Belinda
Um, excuse me! I will cut a bitch if there's lice somewhere in my chili!
Voiced by: Bill SindelarLunch lady at Overland Park High, she is absolutely obsessed about Cameron Van Buren and worships the girl. Cameron considers her "totes creep" and has a restraining order on her.
- Cordon Bleugh Chef: The food that she cooks and serves is made of mostly saw dust and rat meat. She also serves melted-down otter pops, which the students apparently love.
- Depraved Homosexual: The woman has a rather disturbing obsession with Cameron Van Buren. As of episode 19, she's now considered a Depraved Bisexual.
- Dirty Old Woman: Her insinuations that Trisha and Matthew Derringer are going to have sex and the rather creepy laugh that follows leads extra credence to this.
- Ephebophile: Not just with Cameron, but Belinda seems very much attracted to teenage girls. At one point Cameron asks her "Don't you have an amber alert you should be running from?!"
- Fangirl: Of Cameron Van Buren.
- Fan Disservice: In-Universe and Out, when she wears "sexy" outfits. People puke in their own mouths from the "sexy" things she says.
- Got Me Doing It: Following Blaine and Saison constantly quoting old love songs and denying they're doing so...Lunch Lady Belinda: Ugh, you give love a bad name. (beat) Ugh, now you've got me doing it!
- Pop-Cultured Badass: She's able to recognize when Blaine is ripping off Lou Gehrig's retirement speech, as well as knowing when Blaine and Saison Marguerite are stealing lines from old songs.
No, no! You go back into the toilet demon poop!
Voiced by: Aaron KrebsThe school janitor of Overland Park High.
- The Bus Came Back: He finally returned in episode 53 to clean up after the mess, Deandra, Trisha and Lunch Lady Belinda made delivering Saison's baby in the cafeteria. He also makes another brief cameo, in Episode 66.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He debuted in the opening episode of season 2 and hasn't been seen, heard from, or even mentioned since.
- Serious Business: Keeping the toilets clean.
Oh my god, look at your outfit. I swear if I was into ladies, I would be elbow deep in you right now.
Voiced by: Ray HebelTanner's boyfriend. He attends a different school, but pops in every now and then, especially after he strikes up a friendship with Brittnay.
- Brutal Honesty: "Oh, honey, because you're gayer than Perez Hilton's asshole."
- Camp Gay: He's flamboyant and appearance-focused, almost to the point of parody, and yeah, he likes the dudes.
- Gay Best Friend: To Brittnay.
- Gay Guy Seeks Popular Jock: A successful example. His boyfriend, Tanner, is the quarterback, and is very popular at Overland Park. It's implied Tristan himself is quite popular at his own school.
- Insult of Endearment: He and Brittnay use "bitch" and "slut" as affectionate nicknames.
- Keet: Very cheerful and energetic.
- Lovable Sex Maniac: Emphasis on the lovable part."No thanks, I enjoy [the letter] P! Like penis! Get it? I'm adorable!♪"
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Platonic version; the Feminine Boy to Brittnay's Masculine Girl.
- Morality Pet: To Brittnay. He's one of the few people she's never cruel to.
- Nice Guy: Annoying, but nice. Even when he was rather understandably pissed when Than kissed Tanner, he got over it relatively quickly and gave Than some advice on where to find people to make out with.
- Odd Friendship:
- You wouldn't expect him and Brittnay to get along, but you'd be wrong. Despite Tristan being cheerful, friendly, and generally quite pleasant, and Brittnay being... Brittnay, the two hang out quite frequently, and Brittnay goes to him for advice sometimes.
- It's one-sided, but he also took a liking to Bridget Tice.
- Offscreen Teleportation: Manages to run (maybe) all the way from Blue Valley to Overland Park when he found out that Tanner was making out with someone.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Tanner's Blue.
- Sweet Tooth: "You see how there's three pieces of cake missing from the cake table? All me!"
The Overland Park Doctor (Dr. Cullen M.D)
Mackenzie: Okay, what are we talking about here. Pill? Shot? Shot in the butt? Pill in the butt? Talk to me doc.
Doctor: Okay, well. We're definitely not putting anything in your butt.
Voiced by: Ronan Summers (episode 18 only), Mark CopeNot his official name, but the toy coat gives him that name.
Voiced by: Jessie SchneidermanAshley's little sister.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Averted. She genuinely worries about her big sister Ashley.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome
- Gossipy Hens: With Mikayla. Brooklyn was apparently the one who told her about Trisha's make-out sessions with another kid after school.
- Morality Pet: In a sense. Mikayla Van Buren is strangely nice to her even though they were competing, but it's implied that they've been a friends for a while since they do gymnastics together.
- Only Sane Girl: So far she seems to be one of the most normal little kids in the series, but God only knows how long that will last.
This make-up tastes like old candy!
Voiced by: Lee NewtonMackenzie's younger sister who takes after their mom and her sister in that she's a foul mouthed attention whore, though she doesn't seem to be very bright even for her age. Mackenzie is very concerned for her.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Though not directly towards Mackenzie.
- Extreme Omnivore: Let's see...she's eaten playing cards, Christmas decorations, crayons, coloured pencils, smelly markers, make-up, fake snow, a roly-poly...
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish Sibling to Mackenzie's Responsible Sibling.
- The Ghost: Was mentioned once in the third episode before she finally appeared in episode 33.
- I Just Want to Be Loved: Implied. "LOVE ME!"
- Kiddie Kid: Is seven, but acts like she's two.
- Morality Pet: She's Mackenzie's.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red (actually pink dress) to Mikayla's Blue (Dress).
- Too Dumb to Live: For a seven year old especially.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Watches Dragon's Den with her mother and frequently curses.
- Wacky Parent, Serious Child: Inverted. She's the Wacky Child to Mrs. Zale's Serious Parent.
Voiced by: Carlo Moss
Season 5 Villain
Voiced by: Janel Bell
Voiced by: Michelle VisageMackenzie's mother. Something of a... humongous bitch.
- Abusive Parents: Downplayed. She never does anything directly abusive, but she seems to value her job over her daughters and doesn't seem to care about Katelynn's obvious issues.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: However, she doesn't directly embarrass Mackenzie.
- Anti-Role Model: Is a terrible role model to her children; just ask Mackenzie about Katelynn.
- Domestic Abuse: Her relationship with her husband comes off as a verbal form of this.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: As you can tell, she has a volcanic temper that can easily be set off.
- Hypocrite: Talks about wanting to be there for her daughters while she blatantly ignores them to talk to her assistant.
- Jerkass: A foul-mouthed, bad-tempered, neglectful bitch.
- Lady Swears-a-Lot: Even in front of her seven year old daughter, which annoys Mackenzie. "God, if it weren't for the word fuck, I would've died of an aneurysm years ago!" is what she says about that.
- Like Mother Unlike Daughter: To Mackenzie, most of the time.
- Mama Bear: Very slightly implied at the beginning of Episode 50; she gets mad when her lowly assistant makes an unfunny joke about Mackenzie.
- Married to the Job: Subverted. She hates taking days off her workweek, but she enjoys vigorous sex with Jack.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Masculine Girl to her husband Jack's Feminine Boy; he is a passive man who makes sweaters with animals on them in which he sells on Etsy, while she is a foul-mouthed Workaholic.
- Parental Neglect
- Phoneaholic Teenager: An adult version of this, which negatively impacts her relationship with her family.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Wears Red pants to contrast Veronica's Blue colours on the latter's shirt. Is also the Red to Jayna's Blue.
- Sarcasm Failure: After telling-off her daughter, Mackenzie, for doing nothing when Brittnay took initiative ( i.e. punching Jenna Darabond in the face), Mackenzie says sorry for not doing the same to one of her classmates. Mrs. Zales seemed to have taken it as a genuine apology.
- Ungrateful Bitch: Her husband spent money on a nice weekend cruise to surprise her with a romantic vacation. She's just angry that that means she'll have to take time off work.
- Or perhaps not. She then says "I just need that big, beautiful, dick of [his]"! Guess what happens next in her bedroom.
- Unnamed Parent: Maybe for now, but she introduced herself in the parent-teacher meeting as "Mackenzie's Mom" (we only know her as Mrs. Zales).
- Wacky Parent, Serious Child: Inverted. She's the Serious Parent to Katelynn's Wacky Child.
- Workaholic: She's the frigging page image, for crying out loud!
Voiced by: Hannah HartBrittnay's mother, often by Brittnay's cellphone where she's referred to. Seemingly too calm and nice to be her mother, to be exact.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Shown in episode 50 when her introduction basically segues to telling stories about Brittnay as a child.
- The Dog Bites Back: Mrs. Zales helps Veronica express her inner anger at what a giant, spoiled bitch her daughter is, and Veronica begins putting Brittnay in her place.
- Doting Parent: Aside from Brittnay constantly whining and screaming at her, even cussing at her judging by the way she talked to her in the past on the phone, she's still rather caring and think only of good things for her daughter.
- Like Mother Unlike Daughter: To Brittnay, most of the time.
- Mama Didn't Raise No Criminal: Well, replace "Criminal" with "Bad-Tempered Bitch", but Veronica certainly has this mindset about Brittnay.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Had a prominent "refined" accent from Episodes 50-51, but in Episode 52, it's been dropped completely after her Cluster F-Bomb.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Wears Blue colours on her shirt to contrast Mrs. Zale's Red pants.
- Tsundere: Type B, to further contrast with her daughter.
Voiced by: Mamrie HartTrisha's mother. No mistake as she's not too far off from her own daughter.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Averted. You'd think a mother like her can make someone feel ashamed of their parents? Not Trisha. Then again, they get along so well for obvious reasons.
- Book Dumb: She was a former student at Overland Park High School, and she repeated two years and stayed at the school for six years total.
- The Ditz
- Good Parents: She and Trisha have a very good relationship, and despite being a ditz, Trish appears to take very good, proper care of her daughter.
- Happily Married: Implied. When talking to Pamela about Cameron and the way she looked at her husband.Trish: I know what you mean. Trisha's father used to look at me the same way.Pamela: Well, what happened?Trish: Oh, I left him to come here. I'll probably see him later tonight.
- Like Mother, Like Daughter: She and Trisha are just alike.
- Really Gets Around: When she was in high school. But she was only talking about how she was all over the campus due to the classes.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Pamela's Blue.