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Finale isn't so much a show with Loads and Loads of Characters as a show with Loads and Loads of MAIN Characters.

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    The Narrator 
"So what's the difference between a penny and a planet? Nothing."

Originated by Christina Quezada

An omniscient narrator who appears to provide Exposition Dump.

The Narrator provides examples of:


    Tyler Jenson 
"Today is the day."

Originated by Carleigh Boyle

A newscaster

Tyler provides examples of:

    Dylan Russ 
"I want to feel something before I die, don't you?"

Originated by Kax Petkovich

A newscaster

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    Alex Valturn 
"What am I doing? Sitting here, feeling sorry for myself..."

Originated by Aaron Correa

A meterologist

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    Noah Boslin 
"I... got in! I actually got in!"

Originated by Nick Locicero

An aspiring college student.

Noah provides examples of:

    Krista Boslin 
"I just want what's best for you, remember that."

Originated by Keara Fernandez

Noah's mom.

Krista provides examples of:


    Dani Prasmin 
"You're just jealous that I'm a boy magnet."

Originated by Lindsey Cooper

A girl who just wants to find love, but is constantly stopped by her dad.

Dani provides examples of:

    Liam Prasmin 
"Dani, I'm just trying to protect you. If you're gonna date someone, they have to be right for you."

Originated by Ryan Green

The Overprotective Dad of Dani.

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    The Boyfriends 
"Yo, you guys got any jalepeño poppers or somethin?."

Originated by Patrick Sheil

The boys that Dani dates, none of whom are right for her.

The boyfriends as a whole provide examples of:

Chris Tysel


Eric Laggard

    Sam Kinsley 
"Would you like to hear something else?"

Originated by Julia Moore

An aspiring broadway actress

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    Amy Ryner 
"If I say yes, can I have another beer?"

Originated by Amelia Moran

A retiring woman struggling with her alcohol addiction.

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    Lucy Everett 
"Dance break!"

Originated by Nicole Zamlout

A co-worker of Amy's, who is far too excited to see her retire.

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