Characters: Zoey 101
The characters from the television series Zoey 101.
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Portrayed by: Jamie Lynn Spears
- Academic Athlete: Straight A student and great at every sport.
- The Ace: Especially in season 1, when she was the only one who was allowed to solve everyone's problems and be perfect at everything. Thankfully toned down later where she's more of a Jack-of-All-Trades.
- Big Damn Kiss / Last Minute Hook Up: With Chase in the finale.
- Big Sister Instinct: She's very protective of Dustin.
- Character Title: The show is named after her.
- Cool Big Sis: To Dustin.
- Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes.
- Dude Magnet:
- Zig-Zagging Trope. She's actually not much more of a Dude Magnet than pretty much any female lead in most similar shows. Zoey is supposed to be a popular girl, so she's obviously seen as attractive at her school, but she only has a reasonable number of admirers or potential love interests in four seasons: besides Chase, there's Logan (who initially flirts with her, but also with her friend Dana), Danny in one episode of season 3, James in season 4, Jeremiah Trottman (who was attracted to Lola as well), and a group of desperate boys in the last episode who later went after Lola too.
- On occasion, even subverted. There's one episode when Zoey is bartering with a guy for a favour and he asks a date in return: Zoey assumes he wants a date with her, but it turns out he's after her friend Nicole.
- Everyone Loves Blondes: She's blonde and one of the most popular students, and Chase falls for her at first sight. Also Played with, because her brunette friend Lola gets just as much attention from the boys, if not more so.
- The Fashionista: She has a good style and fashion sense.
- Go-Getter Girl: Zoey gets good grades, takes parts in many school activities, and she's a supportive mother figure not only to her friends, but also willing to help pretty much anyone in the school. In the last episode of season 1, she was tutoring all her friends and other students in different subjects before an important exam.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's a young, pretty, blonde girl who is known for being caring and compassionate towards people.
- The Heart: She tends to be the mediator and the voice of reason in her group.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: She's good at pretty much everything, but rarely the best. She's the best at dancing, but not at acting (Lola), singing (Michael), sports (Dana/Logan) or grades (Nicole/Quinn). She's popular with boys, but it's stated that Lola is considered the hottest girl in school.
- The Leader: Of the level-headed, headstrong and charismatic type.
Lola: And you'll fix it?Zoey: Yes, I'm Zoey. Are you new?
- She lampshades it in season 4:
- Magnetic Heroine: She's liked by everyone, and her friends and peers often looked to her for advice and guidence.
- Ms. Fanservice
- New Transfer Student: In the first episode.
- Nice Girl: Almost too nice to believe.
- Oblivious to Love: Despite multiple attempts by Chase to tell her his feelings. It even gets to the point where even a random girl (pulled aside by Lola) can tell that Chase likes Zoey, but Zoey herself cannot tell.Lola: Ginny, could you come here a minute?Ginny: What's up?Lola: 'Blank' is in love with Zoey. Fill in the blank.Ginny: (as though it were the most obvious answer in the world) Chase.Lola: Thanks for playing.
- Official Couple: With Chase.
- Only Sane Woman: Especially in season 1, when her two roommates, Nicole and Dana, were always fighting. Overall, she's always the most levelheaded in the group, though Chase is a close second (but unlike Zoey, he's not without his quirks).
- Pink Means Feminine: She loves that color and owns a lot of pink things.
- Plucky Girl: She never gives up.
- Team Mom: Definitely acts like a motherly figure to everyone, especially her little brother, Dustin.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Inverted. She's mostly a very fashionable and feminine girl with girly interests, however she's still Zoey, so the writers made her good at everything, incuding sports.
- You Go Girl: It's the plot of the first episode. Subverted later in the episode "Wrestling", one of the rare instances where Zoey doesn't come out on top.
- Will They or Won't They?: With Chase. They do.
Portrayed by: Paul Butcher
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Sometimes, when he needs his sister to get him out of trouble.
- The Artifact: As of season 3. It's not clear why he was still in the opening credits (and always billed second after Zoey, for some reason).
- Bratty Half-Pint: Sometimes. Very much so in the last episode "Chasing Zoey".
- Child Prodigy: He shares an 8th grade geometry class with his elder sister.
- The Load: Sometimes.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Trisha's Masculine Girl.
- Out of Focus: He barely appeared in the last two seasons.
- Tagalong Kid: The only kid in the main cast, and frequently hangs out with Zoey and her friends.
- Wise Beyond Their Years: He's smart for his age.
Portrayed by: Sean Flynn
- Adorkable: For being a dorky, clumsy but lovable Nice Guy, to the point that even Lola falls for him in one episode.
- Back for the Finale: In the last episode and in a rather touching way.
- Cannot Spit It Out: To a ridiculous extent. He spends 3 seasons pining after Zoey. In one episode, he tries to text his feelings to her, and her cell phone falls into a fountain. After Zoey finally finds out how he feels...he gets Put on a Bus to England.
- Chick Magnet: Thanks to his adorkable-ness, he is not so bad in this department (Melissa, Lola, Rebecca, Gretchen, and eventually Zoey).
- Deadpan Snarker: Among the male characters, Chase surely is the biggest one in the series.
- Deuteragonist: Being the male lead and the title character's love interest.
- Distracted by the Sexy: He crashes into a flagpole on his bike due to staring at Zoey.
- Embarrassing Middle Name: Bartholemew.
- Funny Afro: His bushy "Jewish afro" constantly referenced by the other characters. He tends to shrug it off, but lampshades it himself after Zoey throws a pillow at him that knocks him off his chair. He gets up, pats his head and exclaims "You dented my 'fro!"
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Michael.
- I Can't Dance: And well aware of it.
- Just Friends: with Zoey in Season 3, after he has convinced everyone (including himself) that he's over his crush.
- The Klutz: He's very prone to falling down.Zoey: Where's Chase?Michael: Oh, you know Chase. He's probably running to see you right now but he fell down a flight of stairs.
- The Lancer: to Zoey, and occasionally Logan.
- Love at First Sight: With Zoey.
- Love Makes You Dumb: Several times, mainly in Season 1
- Meaningful Name: Chase (as in 'pursuit'). Came in handy for naming the series finale TV movie "Chasing Zoey" ("Chase"-ing Zoey, Chase 'n Zoey).
- Nice Guy: A very sweet natured, loyal, and honest person, and he gets along with everyone in the group.
- Nice Jewish Boy
- Official Couple: With Zoey.
- Only Sane Man: He constantly falls into this, something that is obviously not very difficult when your competition is Logan and Michael.
- Put on a Bus: To England, in the last season.
- Running Gag:
- Him falling down the first time he sees Zoey every season.
- Jokes about his bushy hair.
- Every time he attempts to tell Zoey he loves her or make a date with her, something gets in the way.
- Single-Target Sexuality: He had other girlfriends at some point, but his heart was always with Zoey.
- Stalker with a Crush: Despite being the nice guy, he lapses into this a couple of times in Season 1. He atones for it in Season 2's "Time Capsule" and never goes back.
- Will They or Won't They?: With Zoey.
Portrayed by: Kristin Herrera
- Ambiguously Brown: Though her surname implies that she is Latina.
- Deadpan Snarker: Out of all characters, Dana definitely wins the snarking trophy, even though she only appears in the first season.
- Hot-Blooded: She can be aggressive at times.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As arrogant and sarcastic as she is, she's still a good friend to Zoey and the rest of the group.
- Passionate Sports Girl: She is into sports and enjoys skateboarding.
- Put on a Bus: After season 1.
- Ship Tease: With Logan. According to Schneider, she was Logan's original love interest. However, something changed and he made Quinn and Logan end up together.
- Spicy Latina: Mostly implied because of her surname and confrontational attitude.
- Sugar and Ice Personality: Though we never really see the sugar part that often, due to her being Put on a Bus too soon.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Nicole's Girly Girl.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Nicole.
- You Go Girl: Along with Zoey, she is one of the first girls on the PCA Basketball Team.
Portrayed by: Christopher Massey
- Ambiguously Bi: He's described guys as hot before.Logan: Why do you waste your time with the drama club? Why don't you go up for the football team or something?Chase: Because the drama club is loaded with hot girls, and I've seen the football team. They're not hot.Michael: I don't know, man, Dave the quarterback's a pretty handsome dude.(Chase and Logan look at Michael oddly.)Michael: I've said too much.
- Beta Couple: With Lisa.
- The Big Guy
- Black Best Friend: To Chase and Logan, especially the former.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Not as much as Quinn, but he's still a bit eccentric.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Chase.
- Large Ham: He can be very dramatic when he wants to.
- Lovable Jock: A natural athlete and Nice Guy, in contrast to Logan's Jerk Jock.
- Love Makes You Dumb: In "Michael Likes Lisa."
- Nice Guy: Always a loyal friend to everyone, no matter what.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Sensitive Guy to Logan's Manly Man.
- Shipper on Deck: For Chase and Zoey.
- Token Minority: The only black person in the main cast.
- Token Minority Couple: With Lisa, another black girl, in later episodes.
- Wacky Guy
Portrayed by: Alexa Nikolas
- Ambiguously Bi: She definitely likes boys, but she also fawns over Zoey a lot, even more than everyone else.
- Brainless Beauty: Downplayed, she's flighty and shallow, but apparently a good student.
- The Chick
- The Cutie: Nicole can easily be a predecessor of Cat Valentine, for her cuteness and bubbly attitude.
- Ditzy Genius: She acts like The Ditz but she's a straight A student and lowering that percentage freaks her out.
- Genki Girl: She's very energetic.
- Hidden Depths: For all her boy-crazed ditziness, she does very well in school and gets straight A's.
- Hormone-Addled Teenager: She's so boy crazy she was diagnosed with "Obsessive Male Gender Disorder."
- Na´ve Everygirl: Nicole is a very insecure and naive girl who is very dependent on her best friend Zoey, but always keeps her happy-go-lucky attitude.
- Nice Girl: She adores Zoey, and in season 1 Zoey is not as close to Dana as she is to Nicole, because Nicole is more open and friendly.
- Put on a Bus: After season 2.
- Put on a Bus to Hell: Nicole is an intensely boy-crazy, insecure kid who hates unfamiliar situations. In one episode, she had broken down sobbing when she thought she'd have to transfer to another school. In the third season premiere it's revealed that Nicole has been shipped to an all-girls boarding school.
- Smarter Than You Look: Most fans were surprised when, in one episode of the second season, it's revealed that Nicole, of all people, is a straight A student.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Dana's Tomboy.
- Undying Loyalty: To Zoey.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Dana.
Portrayed by: Erin Sanders
- Adorkable: A cute geeky girl.
- Berserk Button: Calling Quinn a spazz is a bad idea.
- Blind Without 'Em: The few times she's seen not wearing glasses it's obvious her vision is not very good.
- Brainy Brunette: She's the smartest girl at PCA.
- Bungling Inventor: Her "Quinnventions" always fail horribly somehow.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Quinn is brilliant and everyone knows it, despite her many personality quirks.
- Butt Monkey: More so in the early seasons. In one episode Quinn didn't take it well when Logan and the others were making fun of her.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Big time, she has incredibly weird habits and interests (usually science experiments), to the point of being even gross at times, especially in the first season.
- Ditzy Genius: She's very smart, but doesn't have much in terms of social skills.
- Extraverted Nerd: A rare female example.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Early on the show she was barely tolerated and not even Zoey was too fond of her. It gets better in the last two seasons, when she becomes great friends with Zoey and Lola, as well as their roommate (replacing Nicole).
- Gadgeteer Genius: Sometimes. More often than not, though, her inventions don't seem to work.
- Girliness Upgrade: Starting in season 3.
- Hollywood Nerd: Quinn is supposed to be a freaky, unattractive nerd (especially in early seasons) but she's actually very pretty and even gets a makeover later on in the show.
- Mad Scientist: She is obsessed with her "Quinnventions".
- Meganekko: To the point where Logan actually puts her glasses back on her before their first kiss.
- Opposites Attract: With Logan.
- Running Gag: Her "Quinnventions" going horribly wrong.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: She often indulges in this.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: In later seasons.
- The Smart Girl
- Speaks Fluent Animal: Just ask Otis.Nicole: Quinn speaks alpaca?Zoey: And you're surprised?
- Teen Genius: She has an IQ of 177.
- TV Genius: Particularly in early seasons, with her extreme Extraverted Nerd and Mad Scientist tendencies.
- What Does She See in Him?: Her crush on Mark didn't seem that strange in early seasons (as Quinn was an Extraverted Nerd Cloudcuckoolander and just as weird as him), but she was still dating him in season 3 and 4. At that point, Quinn was a much more normal and pretty girl who could easily do much better than him.
Portrayed by: Matthew Underwood
- The Ace: Not as much as Zoey, but he's extremely athletic and good at every sport. He's also a fairly good actor and it is revealed in one episode that he is very gifted in chemistry, smart enough to tutor Zoey.
- Attention Whore: He likes to take pictures of himself and autograph them to give out to girls at PCA.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: To some extent with Zoey (they are frenemies or Vitriolic Best Buds and he has a blatant crush on her) and Dana (who was supposed to be his Love Interest before she left the show). At least until season 4, when he starts dating Quinn.
- Book Dumb: Not a good student at all (except in chemistry), but he's frequently shown to be rather street smart.
- Break the Haughty: In the episode ''Logan Gets Cut Off,'' his dad cuts him off from his money, leaving Logan broke.
- Butt Monkey: He often deserves it for being an asshole, but in some episodes he seems just victim of Disproportionate Retribution from his "friends" (with "Zoey's Tutor", "Rumor of Love" and "Anger Management" being some of the most egregious examples.)
- The Chew Toy: As stated above, his anguish is often satisfying due to his generally insufferable behavior. However, there do come times where this trope doesn't hold as much ground.
- Chick Magnet: He's apparently popular with girls and he considers himself sort of a Kid-anova. He also gets an Abhorrent Admirer in later seasons.
- The Dandy: He could be considered a modern version of this.
- Distracted by My Own Sexy
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Big time.Chase: I know she'd never date a jerk like Logan!Lola: He's one of your best friends!Chase: Which is how I know he's a jerk!
- Handsome Lech: Proud of his good looks and constantly flirts with many girls.
- Hidden Depths: He's quite gifted in chemistry.
- It's All About Me: He's extremely self-absorbed and narcissistic.
- Jerkass: Logan is so arrogant and spoiled that not even his friends can stand him most of the time.
- Jerk Jock: A rich, popular, athletic asshole.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He has his share of Pet the Dog moments, but it becomes most obvious in the 4th and final season of the series, especially thanks to his relationship with Quinn.
- Kid-anova: Though, Dustin points out that this is more of an Informed Ability than anything else.Logan: Do I get a lot of girls?Dustin: You TALK about getting a lot of girls.
- Lady Killer In Love: With Quinn in season 4, if we have in mind his past as a serial dater.
- Laser-Guided Karma: He suffers from this constantly.
- Millionaire Playboy: How he sees himself.
- Narcissist: He always checks himself out in the mirror, takes an insane amount of pictures of himself and makes a video so all girls can dance with him. Sounds right.
- Opposites Attract: With Quinn.
- Rich Bastard
- Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: He states outright that he can get away with a lot of things because his dad is rich and donates to the school.
- Second Love: To Quinn.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Manly Man to Michael's Sensitive Guy.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Not nearly as cool and good looking as he thinks.
- Smug Snake
- Spoiled Brat: An arrogant spoiled rich kid, due to his wealthy family.
- Straw Misogynist: Very sexist towards women.
- Token Evil Teammate: Being Chase and Michael's roommate, Logan regularly hangs out with the main group, yet he ends up being the main villain in a high number of episodes.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After he started dating Quinn.
- Villain Protagonist: Serves as the main antagonist in a number of episodes.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With EVERYONE.
- With Friends Like These...: He has a very strange relationship with the group, due to him being the Token Evil Teammate and The Friend Nobody Likes. And while Logan is often a jerk to his friends, they aren't exactly kind to him either, often going a bit too far on their payback for Logan's jerkish behaviour.
Portrayed by: Victoria Justice
- Ambiguously Bi: Though she's more the type to just joke about it.Zoey: In love with me? Chase?Lola: (sarcastically) No, me. Marry me, Zoey? Please be my wife?
- She also has quite a bit of Les Yay with Quinn and Zoey.
- Ambiguously Brown: However, her surname implies that she is Latina, and she has said some Spanish phrases, such as "Dios mio," on occasion.
- Attractive Bent-Gender: Steve. Even Nicole finds "him" attractive.
- Beta Couple: With Vince.
- The Chick: Sometimes, like in The Radio:Lola: Okay, we have to decide who gets the radio before this ruins all of our friendships!
- Cloudcuckoolander: Sometimes.Lola: Do you think a duck would make a good pet?
- Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes, mostly towards Nicole or Logan.
- Dude Magnet: A lot of male characters bring up how "hot" and "beautiful" she is, including Michael (in the episode "Lola Likes Chase") and Logan. Also, according to Dustin, all the guys in his year have a crush on Lola and think she is hot.
- The Fashionista: She cools off a little in season 3.
- Flanderization: Lola is introduced in season 2 as an independent, trendy girl with an unique style and personality, as well as an original different hairstyle (and sometimes, different hair colour) in every episode. By season 3 her unique style is gone, she's fashionable in a more conventional way, and also has stereotypical personality traits of a boy-crazy shallow girl (more or less replacing Nicole, after the latter is Put on a Bus).
- Genki Girl: Not to the same extent as Nicole, but she's still pretty energetic.
- Goth: Subverted. Zoey and Nicole thought she was, but she was only acting that way as an acting exercise to see if she could pretend to be someone completely different from herself and have people believe it.
- Guile Heroine/Manipulative Bitch: She's not above using The Power of Acting to get what she wants.
- Hidden Depths: She loves reading Shakespeare, and Hamlet is her second favorite play. (Her first favorite is The Importance of Being Earnest.)
- Ms. Fanservice: She's prone to showing lots of skin.
- New Transfer Student: In season 2.
- Plucky Girl
- The Power of Acting
- Spicy Latina: To a lesser extent than Dana, but she's snarky enough to qualify.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute:
- To Dana in season 2, as a new roommate for Zoey and Nicole, though, aside from being both Spicy Latinas, they aren't that similar.
- After Nicole is Put on a Bus in season 3, Lola's character assumes more traits of a boy-crazy ditz, becoming more similar to Nicole than to her original character in season 2.
Portrayed by: Austin Butler
- Chick Magnet: In his first appearance he manages to attract all the female students at PCA, including Zoey, Lola, and Quinn.
- The Generic Guy: Other than being a nice pretty boy, he's not that interesting, especially compared to Chase.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: He truly loves Zoey and proved it the series finale. Not only did he give her a gold necklace confessing his love for her, but he let her keep it after they broke up. He even gave her one final kiss before he left her dorm.
- New Transfer Student: In season 4.
- Nice Guy: Friendly to the group, and a nice boyfriend to Zoey.
- Only Sane Man: Much like Chase, as he appears to be the sane one out of the three male characters.
- Pretty Boy: A blonde, blue-eyed pretty boy.
- Romantic False Lead: To Zoey, in season 4. Until Chase comes back, obviously.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Chase.
- You Look Familiar: Austin Butler, before being cast as James, portrayed Stacey's boyfriend Danifer in the episode "Quarantine".
Mark Del Figgalo
Portrayed by: Jack Salvatore Jr.
- Butt Monkey: Sometimes, though not as much as Stacey.
- Collector of the Strange: He collects rocks and antique calendars.
- Kavorka Man: To some extent. He dated more girls than everyone else (including Quinn, Courtney, Brooke and Stacey), despite being an overweight, unattractive, emotionless guy with no personality.
- Last Name Basis: Quinn is usually the only one who calls him Mark. He's usually referred to as "Del Figgalo" by everyone else.
- Pair the Spares: With Stacey in the last episode.
- Perpetual Frowner: Lampshaded. Most of the time he seems unable to smile.
- Recurring Character: Who appears in every season.
- Romantic False Lead: He and Quinn date for most of the series, but they broke up in the final season. The cause of it is Mark falling for another girl and Quinn realizing her feelings for Logan.
- Satellite Love Interest: To Quinn, for most of the show.
- The Stoic: Because he has no emotions.
Portrayed by: Abbie Wilde
- Abhorrent Admirer: To Logan.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: See above.
- All of the Other Reindeer: She has no friends, and is usually mistreated or ignored by everyone for no reason.
- Berserk Button: Using her special cotton swabs
- Butt Monkey/The Chew Toy: To the extreme: her parents change phone numbers without telling her.
- Extraverted Nerd
- Pair the Spares: With Mark in the last episode.
- The Pollyanna: Remains very upbeat despite her Butt Monkey status.That's negativity. And I don't swing that way.
- Recurring Character: In season 3 and 4.
- Replacement Flat Character: Stacey seems to exist so there's still a freaky nerd to pick on after Quinn becomes more normal.
- Speech Impediment: It's gone for the last few minutes of the finale. But back in iCarly and Sam & Cat, explained by her suffering a relapse.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: She eventually gets a boyfriend. See Pair the Spares.
Portrayed by: Daniella Monet
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Has Chase (and for a much shorter duration, the audience) believing that she's your typical hometown sweetheart. It's eventually revealed that she's a highly possessive Control Freak and consummate Yandere who'll shed any pretense of kindness the second things stop going her way.
- Control Freak
- Clingy Jealous Girl: To Chase when they were dating. She wouldn't even let him talk to Zoey!
- Derailing Love Interests: To make Zoey look better.
- Jerkass: Of the possessive girlfriend variety.
- Manipulative Bitch: In "Zoey's Balloon", when she tries to blackmail Zoey.
- Never My Fault: Has the nerve to blame Zoey for her break up with Chase. Never mind any of that possessive and controlling crap that she threw around.
- Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: She goes so far as to blackmail Zoey because she thinks Zoey "stole" Chase from her.
- Romantic False Lead: To Chase, pretty much a textbook example.
- Yandere: She seemed nice at first, but she's later revealed to be an evil and manipulative Clingy Jealous Girl.
Portrayed by: Creagen Dow
- Kid-anova: he's frequently seen impressing girls with his journalism prospects. And he was ready to dump his date for Zoey in the series finale.
- School Newspaper News Hound: subverted as he's not in it for the hard-hitting journalism, but to become a well-paid anchorman
Vincent "Vince" Blake
Portrayed by: Brando Eaton
- The Atoner: When he comes back in season 4.
- Beta Couple: With Lola in season 4.
- Big Man on Campus: He's a very popular football player.
- The Bus Came Back: In season 4.
- Cheaters Never Prosper: What brings his downfall.
- Chick Magnet
- Dumb Jock: Like any scumbag athlete, he resorted to cheating by taking pictures of an upcoming test on his phone but unlike any clever cheater, he forgot to remove the evidence from his phone. When being told on in front on the class by Chase, who lampshaded how Vince is an example of the trope.
- Easily Forgiven: By Lola at least.
- Heel-Face Turn: He goes from a violent Jerk Jock in season 3 to a reformed Nice Guy in season 4.
- Jerk Jock: In his first appearance, before his Heel-Face Turn.
- Nice Guy: Like you wouldn't believe in Season 4.
- Smug Snake: His first appearance reeks of this. He gets better.
- Took a Level in Kindness: In season 4.
Portrayed by: Lisa Tucker
Wayne "Firewire" Gilbert
Portrayed by: Allen Evangelista
- Asian and Nerdy
- Berserk Button: He gets upset when you don't call him by his nickname.
- Collector of the Strange: Fake coins.
- Hollywood Nerd
Portrayed by: Mariah Sussman
- Replacement Love Interest: Replacing Zoey for Chase, and pointed out by all other characters.
Portrayed by: Jessica Chaffin
- Big Eater
- Butt Monkey: Especially in the episode where she is chased by bees. She also seems to have love problems and a troubled life. Played for Laughs.
- Inelegant BlubberingDean Rivers: Everytime she takes one of our vans, it comes back smelling like fried chicken and tears.
- Informed Deformity: She's not nearly as fat and hideous as they say in the series.
- Trademark Favourite Food: Ravioli.
Dean Charles Rivers
Portrayed by: Christopher Murray
- Dean Bitterman: more so towards the end of the series.
- Henpecked Husband: Shown a couple of times in Season 4.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: His main goal is to just keep the school running.
Portrayed by: Suzanne Krull
Mr. David Bender
Portrayed by: Michael Blieden
- Its Pronounced Tropay: He pronounces sushi as sush-ee (rhymes with slushie).
- Jerkass: Oh so much. Not only does he push students to exhaustion in his gym class, but he made Chase and Michael's lives Hell when Sushi Rox burned down, despite it not being their fault.
- No Indoor Voice: Is always yelling, even on the rare occasion that he's happy.