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Voiced by: Kyle Massey
Species: Siamese fighting fish

A fish who's always looking for some fun. He's usually the class clown, especially in Mr. Baldwin's class. He's always getting his two best friends in many zany adventures, whether they want him to or not.


     Bea Goldfishberg
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Voiced by: Chelsea Kane
Species: Goldfish

The goldfish who lives across the street from Milo and Oscar. She has a strong desire to become an actress superstar, and often plays the lead in her school plays. When she doesn't act as the voice of reason, she can be a control freak.

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Voiced by: Justin Roiland
Species: Catfish

A nerdy fish who likes to play video games and roleplay. When Bea isn't the voice of reason, he usually fulfills this role. His brother's antics may make him cranky at times, but he's always got his back. He harbors a secret crush on Bea, but is too shy to admit it.

  • All Work vs. All Play: The All Work to Shellsea and Milo's All Play.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He's really smart, can't understand, or act, in some social interactions, and in one episode, can't seem to understand jokes or visual gags, so Milo teaches him how to laugh.

Other Students

     Randy Pincherson
"I'm Randy Pincherson!"
Voiced by: Josh Sussman
Species: Crab

A narcissistic crab who's extremely wealthy.

  • Asshole Victim: He really does deserve all the bad things that happen to him.
  • Author Avatar: He strongly resembles his voice actor, Josh Sussman.
  • Catchphrase: "I'm Randy Pincherson!"
  • The Dragon: He'll sometimes assist Jocktopus when it comes to sabotage.
  • Expy: Who is a money-obsessed crab that you know from a certain cartoon? Except Randy is worse.
  • Hate Sink: It's clear he's supposed to be hated for all his slimy actions and mean personality.
  • Jerkass: He's an obnoxious, selfish, Rich Bastard who boasts constantly about his wealth and shows little respect to his fellow classmates.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He'll usually get what's coming to him in most episodes.
  • Narcissist: He doesn't care about anyone but himself.
  • Penny-Pinching Crab: He is a crab student know chiefly for two things: being very wealthy and being very narcissistic about his wealth. In the episode "Dollars and Fish", he plays the part of the strict, unforgiving loan shark whom Milo gets his money from... and who has no problem pressuring defaulting debtors with his claws.
  • Rich Bastard: He's very wealthy and acts quite boastful about it.

Voiced by: John DiMaggio
Species: Octopus

An octopus who plays on the school football team. Known to be very aggressive to his fellow classmates and is best friends with Albert Glass. He has a soft side that he rarely shows to anyone.


Voiced by: Laura Ortiz
Species: Piranha

A piranha who is Jocktopus' girlfriend. Her short temper makes her less pleasant than her boyfriend, and that's saying something!

"But Clamantha, you don't have any nails!"
Voiced by: Kimberley Mooney

A clumsy fish who can be very emotional and hyperactive at times. She always tries her best to keep a smile on her face.

"YOU'RE CA-RA-ZAY, I like it!"
Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren
Species: Jewelfish

A jewelfish who's into fashion and being cool. She's Bea's closest friend outside of Milo and Oscar, and is seen occasionally giving advice to her. She loves to gossip and eat.

Voiced by: Alex Hirsch
Species: Clam

A kooky clam who serves as captain of the cheerleading team and the editor of the school yearbook. She has the hots for Oscar and isn't afraid to hide it, even when he's taken.

Voiced by: Rachel Dratch
Species: Slug

An awkward slug who's usually the pessimistic one in the group, and Albert Glass' girlfriend.


Voiced by: Rachel Dratch

A big Koi fish who can only speak in "wuh"s. Compared to her friends, she's surprisingly the most gentle one.

     Brandon Bubbler
Voiced by: Lil Twist (Season 3)

A famous pop star with tons of fans. His charming ways bring many fangirls to his side.

  • Ascended Extra: Originally started out as just a singer who had no lines outside of singing. He got larger parts as the show went on.
  • Expy: He's an in-universe stand-in for Justin Bieber.

Voiced by: Felicia Day
Species: Angelfish

An angelfish who's the captain of the rivaling Saltwater High Debate Team. She can be introverted at times and is heavy into gaming.

  • Accidental Misnaming: When Oscar confronted her at prom over her video game obsession and avoiding him, he accidentally calls her Bea, resulting in them splitting.
  • Gamer Chick: She's obsessed with video games.
  • Punny Name: Of "Angel" and "Angela", but pronounced "Ayn-gel-a", like an angelfish.
  • Second Love: For Oscar in Season 2. They break up in "Fish Prom".

     Albert Glass
Voiced by: Atticus Shaffer
Species: Glass fish

A glass fish who is one of the smartest in his class. He skipped several grades, making him the youngest of his class.

  • Butt-Monkey: Jocktopus often bullies him.
  • Child Prodigy: Implied. He skipped a few grades and he sounds really young compared to the other students on Freshwater High.
  • Nice Guy: Albert is usually shown to be a pretty friendly guy.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice has gotten deeper near the end of the series due to his voice actor experiencing puberty.

     Jumbo Shrimp
Voiced by: Steven Christopher Parker
Species: Shrimp

A giant shrimp who's a pretty big nerd. He's done many science experiments and is very good at robotics and computers.

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Less so than his intelligence would make you think, but he's still an oddball.

     Steve Jackson
Voiced by: Greg Cipes
Species: Red salmon

The most popular boy at Freshwater High School.

  • The Ace: He has been shown respect by everyone.
  • Big Man on Campus: He is very popular, but mostly comes off as a pretty amiable and easy-going guy.
  • Chick Magnet: Many girls, including Bea, find him really attractive.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his popularity, Steve is usually friendly to the other students.


     Mr. Baldwin
Voiced by: Dana Snyder

A pregnant seahorse that teaches at Freshwater High. He's had trouble with his social life since 1986, at least until Milo, Oscar, and Bea came along...

  • Apathetic Teacher: Due to the idiocy of his students.
  • Deadpan Snarker: If his students provoke him with his idiocy, he'll make sarcastic remarks behind their backs.
  • Mr. Seahorse: He's literally a seahorse and was once pregnant in his life.
  • No Name Given: His first name has never been revealed.
  • The Slacker: He is sometimes seen sleeping on the job.

     Ms. Lulu Lips
Voiced by: Jennifer Coolidge

A squid who's the school guidance counselor that has some issues of her own. She can be quite absent-minded at times. She has a catfish named Attila that she adores very much.

     Coach Salmons 

Voiced by: Richard Simmons
Species: Salmon

The P.E. teacher who encourages having a healthy lifestyle.


     Snake and Mouse 

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall (Mouse), Kari Wahlgren (Snake)

A pair consisting of a mouse and a snake living together on a terrarium in front of the fish tanks. They usually watch what's happening in them.

  • Credits Gag: Their commentary usually serves as one, though sometimes it can be unrelated to the episodes plot, or none at all for a handful of episodes.
    • A special one happens at the end of "Pool Party Panic", in which they turn into humans, then pigs and then vegetables before they turn back into their animal selves.
  • Odd Friendship: Well, duh. Snakes eat mice.
  • Those Two Girls: Always seen together.


Voiced by: Dana Snyder

The owner of the pet shop the series takes place in. He usually has some antics of his own at the start of the program.

  • Non-Standard Character Design: He's photorealistic like the rest of the world, instead of cartoony like the characters.
  • Once an Episode: He appears at the beginning of each episode, doing something either related or unrelated to the episode. If he appears anymore afterwards depends.
  • Red Baron: He's called "The Big Blue" by Hokey Poke's chief. And seeing what happened between them as shown in "Peopleing", he has a VERY good reason to call him like that.
  • The Dreaded: To Chief.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: While he doesn't seem to realize it, he ate Bea and Milo's apple experiment in "Fuddy Duddy Study Buddy" once it fell into a trashcan.


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