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Avery Jennings

Tyler James

Chloe James

Stan James
Voiced by: Stephen Full

Bennett James

  • Hair Color Dissonance: Kinda. It says in the wiki that his hair is blond, but most of the time it looks like It's either black or brown instead.
    • And in one of the pictures in the same wiki, he actually looks like a redhead!
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He has a few problems, but as mentioned below, he's quite intelligent and he is a Child Psychologist for a reason.
  • Only Sane Man: Although he does have his problems, he is a lot more sane and normal than his wife or most of his family. Somewhat justified though, because he is a psychologist.

Ellen Jennings

    Secondary Characters 

Nikki Ortiz

Karl Fink


  • Motor Mouth: Which sometimes rubs off on Avery.
  • Nice Hat: Always wears a hat- so much so that it's a defining trait for her to some people.


    Minor Characters 

Ian Calloway

  • Hoist by His Own Petard: A mistake on the fake backstory he mentioned manages to let Avery, Tyler and Chloe know that he's lying. Specifically, he tells Stan that if he comes back to Spokane, then he'll have a great view of the Puget Sound. Spokane is too far away from the coast to have a view of the Puget Sound, something anyone who actually lived there would know.
  • I Lied: He actually wanted to take Stan back to experiment with him, NOT to take him back to his family.
  • Mad Scientist
  • Sadistic Choice: While not as extreme as other examples, he gives Stan one of this in the season finale: He can either come back with him to meet his family and leave the one he currently has, or stay with them, but probably never see his real family again.
    • And he does it again, only worse: Stan can either come back with him to get experimented on, or he'll experiment on Stan's puppies instead
  • The Dreaded: To Stan. This little piece of dialogue should be enough proof:
    Stan: Dr. Ian Calloway, AHHHHHHH!
  • Would Hurt A Puppy: Not really. Back when Stan was a puppy, he tried to get him to talk to a microphone, but that was it.
    • But then he proves he can when he threatens to experiment on Stan's puppies


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