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Lindy Watson
Portrayed by: Olivia Holt

Book-smart Lindy is the quick thinker of the group and known to save the day when the group finds themselves in a pinch.

Logan Watson
Portrayed by: Austin North

Logan rules the school halls with his confidence, good looks and street smarts.

  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: With Lindy.
  • Big Brother Instinct: In "If It Tastes Like a Brussels Sprout", Logan calls out everyone for being mean to Lindy after her lunch menu changes were poorly received (despite not liking them himself) and "Now Museum, Now You Don't", he takes the blame for something she did (despite playing no part in the events what so ever for a change) costing him his job at the museum, simply because he knows she deserves hers more.
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  • Book Dumb: He doesn't do homework and it sometimes takes him a while to get things (although this doesn't mean he isn't savvy).
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Logan is shown to be this multiple times.
  • The Charmer: Logan can be very charismatic at times, and knows how to use this to his advantage. Lampshaded in "Now Museum, Now You Don't".
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Starting in "Next of Pumpkin", he shows signs of starting to develop feelings for Jasmine.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond
  • Depending on the Writer: How intelligent and sensible Logan is regularly fluctuates. On the one hand, he can be merely fun-loving and disinterested in academics, while still bright enough to know when to be serious. On the other hand, he can also be book dumb, but street smart and quite cunning. However, he can also be outright thick and not grasp the obvious for several moments. He sometimes for starlight all of these in the same episode.
  • Distinguishing Mark: He and Lindy have the same birthmark shaped like Finland.
  • The Ditz: Definitely the dumbest member of the group, though he does have his moments of brilliance and cunning.
  • Dumbass Teenage Son: At times.
  • Five Temperament Ensemble: Sanguine.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Foolish to Lindy's Responsible. Implied many times in the show. Lampshaded by Lindy in "Twin It to Win It".
  • Hates Being Touched: He hates it when Lindy touches him.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Garrett.
  • Jerkass: Logan is lazy, arrogant, selfish and a bit devious; he is normally the one who causes the majority of the group's problems.
    • Jerkass with a Heart of Gold: Despite this he isn't a bad guy, he is generally kind and loyal, he does care about his friends and secretly loves his sister, such as when he sticks up for Lindy after one of his pranks almost costs her her job. He is also caring towards girls he is interested in and in "Phone Challenge" makes it clear that he is not the sort of guy who simply collects numbers then ignores the girl.
  • Karma Houdini: Tends to have a better track record of getting away with things than Lindy, though he still is frequently caught.
  • The Lancer
  • Lazy Bum: His lazy behavior is called 'Loganing' by his friends.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Not his most common role, but Logan's proven on several occasions due to a combination of his charisma, street smarts and ability to exploit situations (on and off) that he can pretty good at this at times (though he does normally get found out).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Lindy and Garrett's Blue
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Garrett's Sensitive Guy.
  • The Slacker
  • Street Smart
  • The Unfavorite: His parents clearly favor Lindy.

Jasmine Kang
Portrayed by: Piper Curda

Fashionista Jasmine rocks her grades, extracurricular and social life all at the same time.

  • Boy of the Week: Jasmine seems to have a new boyfriend (or more correctly a new Ex-Boyfriend) each episode. Even Piper Curda's made note of it.
  • Brainy Brunette: She gets good grades, as seen in "Fireman Freddy's Spaghetti Station". She's more this than Asian and Nerdy as she subverts a lot of the associated tropes.
    • She was also able to chemically engineer a spray to make vegetables taste good in "If It Tastes Like a Brussels Sprout".
  • Childhood Friends: With Lindy and Logan.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Starting in "Lindy Nose Best", she has a crush on Logan. Too bad he's normally Oblivious to Love (although, as of "Next of Pumpkin", it's strongly hinted the feeling may be mutual).
  • Depending on the Writer: She can either be a kind, compassionate girl who truly cares about her friends and doing well in school or a selfish, manipulative, shallow stereotype of a teen girl.
  • Dude Magnet
  • The Fashionista
  • Five Temperament Ensemble: Choleric, minor in Sanguine.
  • Gasshole: In "Lindy Breaks Garrett", Delia calls her burps "freakishly loud". She proudly agrees, and offers to do one on the spot. Delia is very quick to decline the offer.
  • Go-Getter Girl
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Lindy and Delia.
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager: She has a "dude pyramid", for starters.
  • Jerkass: While Jasmine's a good person, she can be a bit selfish and manipulative at times (especially in "Phone Challenge").
  • Kid Detective: Shows off her investigative skills in "Dear High School Self" and "Now Museum, Now You Don't", and is said to have long had a minor obsession with amateur detective work.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: Generally more interested in texting than listening to her friends.
  • Really Gets Around: A G-rated variant.
  • The Smart Guy: Rather surprisingly, giving her stereotypical girly girl image, she has shown herself to be the most intelligent member of the group, displaying talents in both academics and deductive reasoning with little effort on her part. By contrast, the other academically gifted member of the group Lindy is shown to work incredibly hard to maintain high grades.
  • Stereotype Flip: Despite conforming to the Brainy Brunette trope, she flips the stereotype of girly girls being airheads.
  • Token Minority: The only Asian in the group.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Jasmine really doesn't like the mascot at Fireman Freddy's.

Garrett Spenger
Portrayed by: Peyton Clark

The voice of reason of the group, Garrett approaches life cautiously, except when he is on the football field.

Delia Delfano
Portrayed by: Sarah Gilman

The odd ball of the group, Delia is a total individual that is up for any adventure.


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