Characters / Totally Spies!

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Main Trio


  • Action Girl: They seem to take turns being competent. Sam often leads the team, displays the best hand-to-hand combat skills and gets kidnapped least. Clover combines this with Action Fashionista. Alex usually serves as the heavy hitter, and is also the most athletic of the three.
  • Aerith and Bob: Sam, Alex, and...Clover.
  • Badass Adorable: They are beautiful and deadly at the same time.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: Clover, Sam and Alex.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Clover, Alex and Sam. And the picture even has them in order!
  • Boobs of Steel: All three of them are fairly busty and each has shown off a surprising feat of strength. Out of the three, Alex would qualify the most as she's the most athletic.
  • Freudian Trio:
    • Superego: Sam intellectual, calculating, level-headed.
    • Id: Clover shopaholic, boy-crazy, short-tempered.
    • Ego: Alex the most normal and plain of the three.
  • Girly Bruiser: All three main agents tend to fall into this, as well as Sixth Ranger Britney. Clover plays the trope the straightest as she's the most feminine of the lead female characters.
  • Lovely Angels: Makes sense, considering who they're based on. The Power Trio version.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Alex is the nice one, Clover is the Lovable Alpha Bitch (in contrast to the series' Alpha Bitch Mandy), and Sam is the leader and mediator.
  • Only One Name: Their last names are usually never mentioned. However Word of God states that Clover's full name is "Clover Francise Ewing." See also the Alliterative Name entry for Sam. Alex's last name is implied to be "Vasquez".
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Not surprising, since they are both Action Girls and comedy characters.
  • Spoiled Sweet: With Alex as the most straight-up example of the three, as she's generally the nicest of the three.
  • Town Girls:
    • Neither: Sam.
    • Femme: Clover.
    • Butch: Alex.
  • Womanchild: In Season 6, despite being well into University, the girls behave more like their young teenage selves than women supposedly in their 20s.

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale

Samantha "Sam" has long red hair, emerald green eyes and a green catsuit. She's the most intelligent and practical of the group. She pursues a Science major in University.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Her friends, mainly Alex, sometimes call her "Sammy."
  • Alliterative Name: In one episode, she presents herself as "Samantha Simpson." Okay, they were undercover, but they always use their own names for these situations, so why not?
  • Badass Bookworm: The first OP has her expertly using a chemistry kit as Clover and Alex watch her in amazement. While at the same time, she is able to fight off the random villains that the trio encounter just as effectively as her partners. AND she also manages to get and keep excellent grades at school (she's mentioned as being a straight-A student).
  • Bare Your Midriff: She generally bares her midriff in larger amounts than Clover and Alex, but not as frequently.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: You do not want to get her angry.
  • Braids of Action: Temporarily, during the Gladiator episode.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: A Running Gag in the show is that she winds up like this on a routine basis.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The most sarcastic of the group. She sometimes gets annoyed by Alex and Clover's comments and actions and will reply with a sarcastic remark or joke. One example was in "Futureshock!". The cheerleaders were doing a routine and Mandy fell off the human pyramid and everyone gasped. While Alex noted that the fall obviously was not a part of the routine, Sam suggested that it be worked in.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Eats a hot towel while at a sushi restaurant, and seems to enjoy it. However, in her defense, the villains had recently stolen her intelligence with their Stupidity-Inducing Attack, so she at least thought it was food.
  • First Gray Hair: One episode had Sam finding a gray hair in her head (unusual, considering she's a teenager, but not thoroughly impossible) and she spent much of the rest of the episode worrying about her age and seeming young. The Aesop of the episode, as delivered by a Cool Old Lady: "It's not how old you are, it's how you are being old!" Although it ends up being a Broken Aesop. Turns, out it was Beauty Is Never Tarnished just some gray paint that Sam deduces must have somehow gotten in her hair when she was working on an art project using gray-colored paint.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Played with. She's a bookish and studious girl, but also gorgeous and popular.
  • Hypocrite:
    • One Season 3 episode has her acting like a super neat-freak and constantly nagging the girls to clean up the apartment. At the end of the episode we see her room, which is a dump that shows no signs of ever having been cleaned.
    • Also in "Evil Heiress", Sam tries to show that she is above materialism, and putting down Alex and Clover for their wants, but by the end of the episode, she is more than happy to suggest a private island and a yacht for her reward for completing their mission.
  • Intrepid Reporter: The major that Sam pursues as of Season 6.
  • The Leader: Of the levelheaded variety, she's the unofficial leader of the trio.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Has this appeal In-Universe and out.
  • Nice Girl: She's this if you don't push her buttons.
  • Only Sane Woman: Most of the time.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches to her waist.
  • Redhead In Green: In her spy outfit.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: A red haired girl with green eyes.
  • The Smart Girl: She's usually the one who takes control over the girls' missions and puts her smarts to use.
  • Team Mom: She's generally the most mature and responsible of the main three.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Samantha" is her real name, but nearly everyone calls her "Sam." Usually the only people who actually call her by her real name are her teachers and occasionally Jerry, while, as mentioned above, Clover and Alex (usually Alex) also sometimes call her "Sammy" (which in itself is kind of tomboyish name).
  • TV Genius: Some episodes give her shades of this.

Voiced by: Andrea Baker

Clover has medium blonde hair, blue eyes and a red catsuit. Probably the show's most stereotypical character, Clover is a shopping addicted, boy crazy, teenage "fashionista". She pursues a Clothing Design major in University.
  • Arch-Enemy: Geraldine, and arguably Mandy. Sometimes she has a friendly rivalry with Sam.
  • Allergic to Routine: Clover tends gets bored rather easily. Perhaps this may explain why she has an obsession with boys
  • Ambition Is Evil: Clover usually tries to get famous. In fact, such a behavior is strongly explicit during the episode "Model Citizens" in which Clover and Mandy compete in a beauty contest. There are many other examples though.
  • Balloon Belly: She gets pretty fat in "Passion Patties," after gorging herself on Ms. Bittersweet's cookies. The only way to get rid of the fat was to use an antidote.
  • Berserk Button: Don't dare to say that Clover uses clothes bought in a liquidation. It never ends well. She doesn't like being turned down by a guy as well.
  • Butt-Monkey: She gets this more often than the other girls. There are some occasions where Sam or Alex gets this end of the stick, though.
  • Cat Girl: She became a catgirl in the episode "Wild Style" after being injected with a serum.
  • Clothing Damage: This happens A LOT to Clover. This is especially explored during "Attack Of The 50 Foot Mandy".
  • Corrupt the Cutie: This happens to Clover's intern, Tara, due to Clover's influence. She's not seen recovering.
  • Call to Agriculture: She had to visit a farm during "Spies on the Farm".
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Sometimes she gets lost in her dreams, specially during missions.
  • Deadly Upgrade: She becomes a super agent during "Super Agent Much?". Do you want more?
  • Dumb Blonde: Sometimes. She's usually smarter than she lets on.
  • Everyone Has Standards: While Clover is obsessed with her appearance, even she felt it was rather ridiculous that Mandy passed out over something as silly as a broken nail.
  • Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Occasionally does this.
  • The Fashionista: Has always been this, and she pursues fashion design as a major as of Season 6.
  • Girly Bruiser: Clover plays the trope the straightest as she's the most girly and feminine of the three.
  • Girly Girl: As mentioned above, Clover's the most feminine of her and her friends. In fact, in the beginning of "Spies on the Farm," Sam and Alex started complaining that Clover's too much of one to really get "down and dirty," to which Clover decided to prove them wrong (and did, which ultimately ended up saving the three of them).
  • Good Bad Girl: She's ultimately a good person, but she also likes flirting and dating...a lot.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: This happens many times with Clover. For example, during the episodes "Sis-KaBOOM-Bah!" and "Evil Sorority" when she "fights" alongside with Mandy friends? Well, she was under mind-control both times, so it's not like she was willingly hanging out with Mandy.
  • Granola Girl: Stated to be a vegetarian, but her love of fish and seafood would technically make a "pescetarian" (a semi-vegetarian that eats fish and seafood).
  • Gratuitous French: Quite evident.
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager: The most boy-crazy of the trio.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: Happens to Clover way too many times to count.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: Clovers suits well here. She is strong, but not the strongest. She is smart, but not the smartest. In fact, even Jerry had problems justifying her presence in the team (during the episode "Like, So Totally Not Spies").
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be shallow, snobby, and conceited, but is a loyal friend to Alex and Sam.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Too many times to count.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: In contrast to Mandy, who was more of a classic Alpha Bitch. While Clover can be kind of a jerk at times, she is actually quite nice and does understand the importance of friendship and teamwork.
  • Not So Different: Despite their hatred for each other, Clover and Mandy have similarities. They are both vain about their appearance and can be boy crazy. They also don't care too much about their academics. The difference is that despite Clover's bad traits, she's still a good person to others. Mandy, on the other hand, is a jerkass and a narcissist.
  • Odd Name Out: In more ways than one —
    • Clover's the only that doesn't go by a nickname, since Sam's real name is "Samantha" and Alex's real name is "Alexandra."
    • Clover's the only one to not have a Tomboyish Name (seems rather fitting, since she's the most feminine of the three).
    • "Sam," "Samantha," "Alex" and "Alexandra" are all fairly common names while "Clover" (though it is an actual name) isn't nearly as common.
  • Rape, Pillage, and Burn: During the episode "Evil Sorority."
  • Satellite Love Interest: A lot of her Temporary Love Interests were this.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Has this relationship with Mandy.
  • Skewed Priorities: Sometimes. Clover finds herself caring more about fashion and boys than about the missions she and the girls go on.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Due to being the biggest Butt-Monkey of the trio. A good idea for a drinking game: if you happen to be watching a Totally Spies marathon or are watching the show on DVD, take a drink every time something bad happens to Clover. You won't be sober for long.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: She seems to have a natural tendency for love.
  • Sore Loser: At times. She can't stand losing to Mandy.
  • Space Whale Aesop: One episode has Clover declaring that it's better to have a big head than to have a big everything else.
  • Strapped to an Operating Table: In "Starstruck."
  • Talks Like a Simile: From time to time.
  • Temporary Love Interest: Any episode where the subplot focuses on the love lives of any of the girls (or all three), Clover has a new boyfriend almost every time—Blaine's the only love interest of hers to last more than one episode in a relationship with Clover.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Alex's Tomboy.
  • Valley Girl: Clover's fluent in surf lingo and Valley Girl-style slang terms.
  • Zerg Rush: Clover was leading the fandom of Ricky Mathis during the episode "A Thing For Musicians" in a very dangerous way.

Voiced by: Katie Leigh (Season 1-2), Katie Griffin (Season 3-4)

Alexandra "Alex" has short black hair, tan skin, light brown eyes and her spy catsuit is yellow. Alex is the most naive and innocent of the group, and she's interested in sports and athletics. She pursues a Veterinarian major in University.
  • Adorkable: She's a cute sporty girl, sometimes awkward, ditzy and naive, and very friendly.
  • Afraid of Doctors: But not as much as she is of orthodontists; those are worse.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: Alex is the youngest and most childlike and is often seen as the little sister of the group, as Sam and Clover are the two big sisters who dominate over her.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She can get pretty mean when she's angry.
  • Big Eater: Even though she may be the most healthy of the three spies, she likes to eat the most. In "Evil Valentine's Day," we see that she has a dream about candy. In the beginning part of the B-story in "The New Jerry" and the ending of "Animal World," we see her eating nonstop.
  • The Big Gal: Being the most athletic of the trio, though she's also The Chick and The Heart.
  • Butt-Monkey: At times, mostly because of her clumsiness and naivete.
  • Character Tics: In "Evil Valentine's Day", it is shown Alex sucks her thumb while sleeping.
  • Cat Girl: Got her turn in Season 6 when she got scratched by mutated cat claw. Unlike Clover, she actually liked the change and asked Jerry if she could keep it.
  • The Chick: The most optimistic of the trio.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Ironic, since she's the athlete of the group.
  • The Ditz: Though Clover is more of a blonde Valley Girl stereotype, Alex is often the ditziest of the three.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Typically portrayed as being the worst driver of the three spies—according to them, Alex barely passed Driver's Education and she had to take the road test to get her driver's license at least four times. But from season three and onwards, she's often the one to drive, and it's shown that her driving skills have improved.
  • Friend to All Children: "Halloween" reveals Alex is very good at getting along with children.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She actually wanted to grow up and either be a veterinarian or study animal physiology.
  • Gamer Chick: One of the things Alex loves to do is play video games.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She considers a stuff toy turtle to be her oldest friend (she's had it since she was two) and she's been shown with a teddy bear backpack.
  • The Heart: Very much so, she tries to keep her friends together, and is often the mediator between Clover and Sam.
  • In-Series Nickname: Her full first name is "Alexandra," but everyone call her "Alex".
  • Kindly Vet: The major that Alex pursues as of Season 6.
  • The Kirk: Even though Sam's the leader, she's more of the captain in this case.
  • The Klutz: Despite being the most athletic, she tends to be rather clumsy, and has been prone to bad luck (Alex can be very superstitious).
  • Mixed Ancestry: In "Alex Gets Schooled," her dad's shown to be white while her mother appears to be of Hispanic descent, but in Season 6 of "Evil Ice Skater" writers forget this and depict her father as looking like her.
  • Nice Girl: By far one of the nicest character in the series.
  • Only Sane Woman: Sometimes, especially when Sam and Clover are bickering.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: The most athletic of the three, although her favorite sport appears to be soccer.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Alex's three main love interests were definite nice guys.
  • Sweet Tooth: Frequently played for laughs in the 6th season.
  • Tomboy: She loves sports and video games.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Clover's Girly Girl.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: While she's obviously the most tomboyish of the main three, Alex is also really into fashion and boys, sometimes to the same extremes as Clover.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Alex" is short for Alexandra.
  • Trademark Favorite Food:
    • She loves Asian cuisine—especially Chinese food.
    • Her favorite type of muffin is natural bran.

Other members

     Gerald James "Jerry" Lewis
Voiced by: Jess Harnell (Season 1-2), Adrian Truss (Season 3-6)

The founder and administrator of W.O.O.H.P., the World Organization Of Human Protection, Jerry is responsible for briefing the girls on their missions. He's generally very serious and professional but he does have a sense of humour, even if it is sometimes a slightly nasty one.
  • Accidental Pervert: A milder example, but one episode has him summon the girls early in the morning and recording their interactions with a camcorder. At one point, he does a close up on Sam, who happens to be in a towel in the process. Jerry is quite embarrassed over it.
  • A Father to His Men: In the final episode of season 5, Alex said he's been like a grandfather to them.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: In one episode, even the heroines are very surprised at how well Jerry can handle himself in a fight.
  • Badass Grandpa: He can hold is own defending WOOHP. Despite his thin and non-athletic appearance, he has in fact demonstrated highly impressive combat and piloting skills superior to those displayed by the girls themselves, including running up (and down) the side of a building
  • Benevolent Boss: He excuses the girls from class, gives them nifty gadgets, and often sends thank-you gifts in the mail.
  • Big Good: The leader of WOOHP.
  • British Stuffiness: Quite serious and stuffy, and very British.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to Terrence's Cain.
  • Catchphrase: "Oh, my!" and "Ta-ta for now!", amongst others.
  • Cool Old Guy: On the rare occasion that he's personally called into action, he consistently outclasses the Spies themselves.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He has a gadget for every mission.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Despite being a master spy and the head of a major spy organization (or perhaps due to the pride that comes with the job), Jerry can be oblivious, inattentive, and overly trusting of people whom one really shouldn't trust. This is especially true in situations where the girls are right and he is wrong.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: According to a flashback, the only time he ever lied was when he cheated on a test to get through school. Unfortunately for him, his brother ended up taking the blame, causing him to become his evil twin.
  • It Amused Me: Pretty much the only reason he does half the things to the girls that he does (coming up with increasingly uncomfortable methods of transporting them, monitoring their every move, putting them through insane tests, etc) is because he thinks it's funny.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Does A LOT of stuff to the girls For the Lulz, particularly his methods of transporting them, but has also saved their lives a number of times.
  • My Greatest Failure: Selling his brother out when they got caught cheating on an exam when they were kids.
  • Not So Above It All: Despite his years of experience, there're a few times when Jerry falls victim to whatever scheme the Villain of the Week is enacting because he's made the same kind of mistakes the girls sometimes do. He tastes a Passion Patty cookie despite knowing there's something wrong with them, and ends up getting addicted and just as fat as Clover does. He also falls victim to Natalie Valentine's brainwashing cologne and ends up as one of her mindlessly devoted boy toys.
  • Parental Substitute: He acts as a parental figure to the girls and, at times, scolds them when they messed up. They even share plenty of heartwarming moments. One time he even acts as their father briefly for a talent camp mission.
  • Percussive Prevention: In one episode he's zapped with a device that forces him to tell the truth to anyone. After the villain is defeated using a stun ray, the girl's realize they could learn some "dirt" on him before the truth device wears of (since there's no antidote for it). Jerry's solution? He zaps himself with the stun ray, effectively knocking him out and the truth serum wears off.
  • Theme Twin Naming: "Terry" and "Jerry". Oh, and the spin-off reveals they have a sister named Sherry.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: He was this with Myrna—they're roughly the same height, but when it comes to build, she's considerably larger than he is. However, it turns out that she wanted to take over WOOHP.

Voiced by: Lindsay Ridgeway (Season 2-3), Stephanie Broschart (Season 3-5)

Introduced in Seasons 23 as the newest recruit to the team.

Voiced by: Stevie Vallance

G.L.A.D.I.S. (Gadget Lending And Distribution Interactive System) was introduced in the episode "Physics 101 Much?" of Season 3, as a Gadget lending device.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: G.L.A.D.I.S. is usually just annoying, but not evil. However, in one episode, (at an office Christmas party that Jerry pretty much dragged the three protagonists too) she becomes homicidal after Clover spills punch on her cabinet. Jerry later admits, embarrassed, that he programmed her by downloading the intelligence from the brain of an insane Evil Genius who is in prison for trying to start World War III, and when they question the inmate, they find out that he's allergic to cranberries (which make him "even crazier than usual"); Clover realizes that the punch was cranberry-flavored. The Spies are forced to accept the madman's help before G.L.A.D.I.S. carries out his original plan, which involves tricking the world's superpowers into launching its nuclear arsenals at each other.
  • Artificial Intelligence: She appears to have a mind of her own, even sometimes claiming she's the true leader of WOOHP. In several episodes she ignores Jerry's orders and distributes the gadgets she believes are needed for the mission.
  • Computer Voice: She speaks with a female voice.
  • Put on a Bus: In the episode "Evil Roommate" Jerry had G.L.A.D.I.S. dismantled due to her attitude—the real life reason was that the fans didn't like her.


     Terrence Lewis 
Voiced by: Matt Charles

  • Always Identical Twins: As children, they were identical, but Terry had plastic surgery as an adult — presumably because he wanted an identity outside of being Jerry's twin.
  • Big Bad: For Season 4, anyway.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Jerry's Abel.
  • Evil Brit: And an actual Brit.
  • Evil Twin: To Jerry.

     Tim Scam 
Voiced by: Michael Gough

  • Card-Carrying Villain: In his first appearance, Clover calls him out on the scumbag he is. His response? A small "Thank you." To be fair, he's far from the only villain in the show who exhibits this behavior.
  • Co-Dragons: With Boogie Gus and Helga Von Guggen in Season 4.
  • Evil Genius: He's a crafty little scam artist.
  • Greed: His main motive. Averted in his first appearance, where he wanted to drain the Earth of its water supply, which would have undoubtedly killed all life on the planet (including himself).
  • Hypocrite: Feels that WHOOP never appreciated his genius and the technological advances he brought to the organization, despite the fact that he used said technology for his own selfish interests.
  • Recurring Character: Has made more appearances than any other villain in the series to date, including Terry.
  • The Sociopath: Very likely, considering that his reasons for becoming evil aren't as petty as most of the other recurring villains. Most of the others suffer from (rather minor) disappointments that cause them to snap. Scam, however, is depicted as perfectly sane (for the most part) and practically kills people for its own sake.
  • Sdrawkcab Alias: Mac Smit. This trope actually becomes a plot-point in one episode, where they finally realize who he really is because they see his name-tag reflected backwards in a metal panel.

     Boogie Gus 
Voiced by: Joe Motiki

  • Almighty Janitor: Before becoming a villain, he originally worked for WOOHP as part of the custodial staff.
  • Co-Dragons: With Tim Scam and Helga Von Guggen in Season 4.
  • Disco Dan: An African-American 1970s/1980s loving villain/former WOOHP janitor.
  • Funny Afro: Has a afro hairstyle.
  • Make Wrong What Once Went Right: His first appearance had him travel back in time to become Jerry's friend and convince him to create an evil version of WOOHP called the "World Organization of Harming People."

     Myrna Beesbottom 
A former W.H.O.O.P. member. She worked as the girls' "nanny", enforcing strict rules to keep them under control. Her plan involved marrying Jerry so that she could take over W.H.O.O.P.

  • Falling-in-Love Montage: She had one with Jerry. Too bad it was all lie.
  • Revenge: Why she joined L.A.M.O.S.
  • Team Mom: What she seemed like at first.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: She was involved with Jerry and even married him at one point. However, this was part of her plan to take down W.H.O.O.P.

    Helga Von Guggen 
Voiced by: Adrienne Barbeau
  • Genuine Human Hide: Guggen transforms people into Petting Zoo People before skinning them alive and making clothes out of them. Her introductory episode has her showing off her latest fashion which she boasts was made out of genuine "lawyer."
  • Revenge: Her plan in her second appearance revolves around this.
  • Serial Killer: In her first appearance, she had skinned a ship containing two hundred people alive, using their furs to make clothing out of them.


Voiced by: Jennifer Hale

  • Alpha Bitch: She is a textbook case of this trope (contrast to Clover that is a Lovable Alpha Bitch). Extra points for being shallow.
  • Annoying Laugh: Mandy has a really annoying laugh. It sounds like a goat's bleating.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Mostly in season 1 and on the high school side of things. She usually manages to steal Clover's love interest due some circumstances like giving up a date.
  • Big Bad: Once as a Future Badass where she nearly took over the world. And of the one hour Totally Busted special when she and her lackies get infected by a shampoo that makes them "spy hunters" bent on killing Sam, Clover and Alex.
  • Book Dumb: She actually once got straight Fs on her report card at one point (and the report was originally thought to be Alex's, which had As and Bs on it, but it turned out that there was actually a mix-up at their school), yet she somehow managed to graduate from high school and go to college.
  • Butt-Monkey: Mandy becomes this at the end of any episode, due to her Jerk Ass status.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Despite her good looks, she has a very grating voice.
  • Damsel in Distress: She gets mistaken for Clover and kidnapped in one episode, resulting in the Spies having to bail her out. Likewise a Halloween episode had the spies have to save her from zombies which she herself had accidentally summoned.
  • Evil Counterpart: Not "evil" per se, but when you really think about it, Mandy's essentially what Clover would be without any of her redeeming qualities—and Clover and Mandy do share a lot of the same interests.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: She wears a lot of purple on the show—rarely does she wear something that's not purple. Even all the spysuits she wore on the show are purple.
  • Jerkass: Usually this whenever she's seen.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Surprisingly, Mandy has shown the capacity to be a genuinely nice person, but it never lasts long and she always goes back to being mean again if she's provoked in some way.
  • Narcissist: Mandy comes off as this with her constant bragging about how popular and beautiful she is. She's arrogant, vain, loves all types of attention, and she also has a terrible attitude to boot.
  • Only One Name: It's never revealed what Mandy's last name is.
  • Popular Is Dumb: It's implied (and proven) that Mandy is Book Dumb and does poorly in school.
  • Purple Eyes: She has purple eyes that match her skin tone personality, and clothing.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The loud and aggressive Red Oni to her cousin Mindy's calm and collected Blue Oni.
  • Rich Bitch: It's been said (and shown) that Mandy comes from a very wealthy family.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: To all the girls, but mainly to Clover. They often compete over boys, popularity contests, bragging rights, the latest fashions, and virtually everything else.
  • The Slacker: Wants to be famous without doing any of the work. She hires an intern, Trent, to pretty much do everything for her in season 6.
  • Sixth Ranger: Yes, in one episode she wound up discovering the girls' secret and Jerry actually let her join WOOHP on the spot. Naturally, she wound up being a hindrance (though pivotal in stopping that episode's Big Bad) that come the end of the mission, she begged to be released. To which she was mindwiped of the whole events. In her defense, Jerry just threw Mandy into doing the mission with the girls without even doing any kind of basic training.
  • Sore Loser: Even more times than Clover herself.
  • Spoiled Brat: Her mother alternates between spoiling Mandy and disciplining her for lackluster grades.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: In Season 6, where she becomes a celebrity and a Bad Boss to Trent.
  • Ungrateful Bitch:
    • She continues acting like a Jerkass to Sam, Clover, and Alex even after they saved her in an episode. Then again Mandy usually gets her memory erased afterwards, so she doesn't actually remember Sam, Clover and Alex saving her.
    • This is averted in an episode when Sam saves her hair from getting messed up in an art class. Mandy is so grateful, she tries hard to make friends with Sam, much to Sam's chagrin. This is reversed in the end when she, once again, gets her memory wiped after she finds out that Sam, Clover, and Alex are spies and she wants to tell everybody she knows.
  • Valley Girl: Even worse than Clover—and that's really saying something!

    Arnold Jackson 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker, Joshua Seth (America); Robert Tinkler (Canada)

Voiced by: Darryl Kurylo

    Dominique and Caitlin 
Voiced by: Katie Griffin (Caitlin); Andrea Baker (Dominique)

  • Ambiguously Brown: Caitlin.
  • Beta Bitches: Dominique and Caitlin follow Mandy's lead.
  • Girl Posse: To Mandy.
  • Satellite Characters: Other than being Mandy's friends and occasional rivals to Sam and Alex, respectively, Dominique and Caitlin don't really add much to the story. They're written out of the series after Evil Graduation and are replaced by Mandy's cousin, Mindy, who's just like Mandy, except she's a Dark-Skinned Blonde with a thick Southern accent.
  • Those Two Girls: As previously mentioned, Dominique and Caitlin really don't add much to the show's plot, and when they aren't with Mandy, they're with each other—in fact, Dominique and Caitlin seem closer to each other than they do to Mandy.
  • Valley Girls: Just like their dominant "friend," Mandy.

Voiced by: Katie Griffin

  • Alpha Bitch: Mindy's basically just a blonde clone of Mandy and has Mandy's jerkish personality.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Disappeared with no explanation after season 5—especially jarring since she appeared in nearly every episode of the fifth season.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Aside from having dark tanned skin and short blonde hair—and her accent—Mindy's essentially a Mandy-clone.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The much more calm and collected Blue Oni to Mandy's much more loud and aggressive Red Oni.
  • Satellite Character: Served as this to Mandy in season 5 replacing Dominique and Caitlin.

Voiced by: Scott Beaudin

  • Absentee Actor: "Grabbing the Bully by the Horns", "Evil Ice Skater", "Inferior Designer!", "Little Dude" and "Danger TV" are the only season 6 episodes in which Mandy appears but Trent doesn't.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Transforms into a human-scorpion hybrid in "Trent Goes Wild" when his mind wipe goes wrong.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: A male example.
  • Extreme Doormat: Is constantly bossed around by Mandy.


     Gabriella "Gabby" 
Voiced by: Jennifer Hale

Sam's mother.

Voiced by: Kath Soucie (Season 2), Andrea Baker (Season 4-6)

Clover's mother.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Blonde in "Mommies Dearest" and "Totally Busted".
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mommies Dearest".
  • Hospital Hottie: Revealed to be a successful ear surgeon in Season 6.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Spends the majority of "Mommies Dearest" in a swimsuit.
  • Open-Minded Parent: At the end of "Nine Lives," upon learning that Clover wants to become a fashion designer instead of following in her mom's footsteps and becoming a surgeon—while she was a little angry at first, it was mostly because Clover simply didn't tell her the truth about what she really wanted to pursue.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Like with Sam's mom, Gabby, and Alex's mom, Carmen, Stella looks identical to Clover, just older.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Trains for and becomes a full time spy in the Season 4 finale.

Voiced by: Katie Leigh

Alex's mother
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Redhead in "Mommies Dearest, later the Brunette in "Totally Busted".
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mommies Dearest".
  • Education Mama: In "Alex Gets Schooled" her and Alex's father enroll their daughter at Dorsal Academy in England after it was assumed that Alex had gotten straight Fs on her report card (although it later turned out that Alex had gotten As and Bs and that Mandy was the one who had gotten straight Fs).
  • I Want Grandkids: A mild example. When she's not upset over Alex's grades, she's encouraging Alex to look for a boyfriend.
  • Shipper on Deck: To any guy she thinks her daughter likes.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Like with Clover's mom, Stella, and Sam's mom, Gabby, Carmen looks identical to Alex, just older.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Trains for and becomes a full time spy in the Season 4 finale.

Mandy's mother.
  • Good Parents: She does spoil Mandy but not afraid to lay down the law such as if her grades slip and punishing her by taking away her credit card.
  • Granola Girl: She was a hippie in the 70s. Still carries a bit of the distinction in the current time.
  • Nice Girl: She's pretty mellow and was quite nice to girls when they met her younger self in the past.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Apparently so as she's able to buy up a whole line of clothing before it's even out yet.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: As a teenager, she looked identical to her daughter—in fact, the spies mistook Phoebe for Mandy when they accidentally traveled back in time to 1975, when Phoebe herself was a student at Bev High. As an adult, Phoebe still looks identical to her daughter, just older.