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Lucas "Luc" Dylan Maxwell
- Voiced by: Lyon Smith
- Ambiguous Disorder: In "Fortuitous Future", when asked what was wrong with him, Luc replied, saying "Doctors say I'm special", outright stating he is mentally retarded, though it's unknown what disorder, specifically, he has.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Luc's stupidity causes more than self-harm. People around him are gravely endangered and often screwed over by him, just for acting like a classic bozo.
- Book Dumb: In "The Exciting Conclusion", he didn't even know what books were.
- Bumbling Sidekick: To Theo.
- Chaotic Stupid: His stupidity constantly destroys Port Doover beyond repair. If not for the loop, everyone else would be dead.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: May be stupid, but he's a kick-ass fighter.
- Dumb Blonde: A male variant.
- Dumbass Has a Point: In "Part 2 of a Balanced Breakfast", he gave an inspirational speech to Theo, about how they should put an end to the loop.
- Easily Forgiven: Theo manages to forgive him for even the most horrible of things.
- Expy: Has the same voice and a similar personality to Corey Riffin.
- Fan Boy: Die-hard superfan of in-series TV show character, Blast Kapow.
- Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Luc's said in many episodes that he hates singing because his voice admittedly sounds terrible and tries to avoid it at all costs. However, other episodes show him singing, without argument and his voice sounds perfectly good. In fact, this even goes for the episodes, where he claims he doesn't like singing. Although who could blame him for his beautiful voice, he does have the same voice actor as Grojband's one and only Corey Riffin.
- Identical Grandson: He's this to Leo Wexler-Moltmann.
- Idiot Hero: Saves the day, but it's usually him endangering it.
- Idiot Houdini: The loop lets him get away with everything. "Rocket to Tomorrow" was exemplary of this. Luc cheated in the lottery, rode stowaway in a rocket to space, skipped his bedtime, almost broke himself and Theo free from the loop, endangered the lives of Claire, Theo, and Turk (well, that part mostly goes to Claire), and ended off the day, with the four of them being sacraficed by the clowns of Birthday Cake Island. Of course, he faced none of these consequences, because Claire told him that he'd be in big trouble tomorrow.
- Invisible Parents: His parents went on a three day vacation, with the loop day, being the second, so they're never present.
- Sweet Tooth: Loves the candy in the giant candy globe.
- Relationship Revolving Door: Luc made Alianna his girlfriend, but since the day keeps getting reset, for him to maintain his relationship, he has to keep asking her out every Monday.
Theodore Merton Jr.
- Voiced by: Kevin Duhaney
- All Love Is Unrequited: Gwyn will never return his feelings.
- Badass Beard: Subverted in "Bald is Beautiful", when his beard growth turned him into more and more of an idiot.
- Black and Nerdy: Theo is African-American and a total nerd.
- The Cynic: Often acts very negative and pessimistic about the loop.
- Deadpan Snarker: Makes a few snarks about Luc.Theo: I would test out this laser on you, but I'm afraid of the affects it could have on your brain.Luc: (Running around the room, acting like a psycho) Fwang! Fwang! Fwang! Fwang!Theo: Nevermind.
- Don't Explain the Joke: Theo explains reasons why Luc's comedic misunderstandings are wrong, often ruining the humor of them.
- Embarrassing Old Photo: In "11 Minutes to Lame", there was a picture of him wetting his pants at his birthday party, when he was only in third grade.
- Expy: Basically a black version of Kin Kujira.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Again, he's basically a black Kin Kujira.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: In "Fortuitous Future", he experienced melancholy over repeating the same day over and over again and just wanted it to end
- Info Dump: The show's #1 source of this.
- Meaningful Name: "Theo" means "God", and since Theo's being in the loop, basically gives him omnipotence, the power to control just about everything, and virtual invincibility, the name describes him nicely.
- Nerd Glasses: Wears them.
- Secret Keeper: Wants to keep the loop a secret from everyone, but there's really no point in doing that, since people who aren't in the loop DO in fact, forget everything with each coming Monday.
- The Smart Guy: The brains of the group.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Wouldn't be Theo without them.
- Voiced by: Scott Gorman
- Barbaric Bully: Jesse has no restraints on the way he acts.
- Bruiser with a Soft Center: Jesse really loves small animals, like birds and bunnies. In fact, he loves them so much, that he refuses to eat meat because it's technically the corpses of those creatures.
- The Bully: The classic school bully archetype.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Or in this case, Jesse has a soft spot for his "Nam Nam", (whatever the fuck role in the family a "Nam Nam" is).
- Friend to All Living Things: Except humans.
- Gasshole: His go-to method of bullying is trapping Luc and Theo in a wooden box, farting in it, and sealing them in there, until they gag and rot from the horrendous smell. Something about him only eating vegetables just makes the scent even worse, for some reason.
- Granola Girl: He's a strict vegetarian.
- Production Throwback: The skull on his shirt is the same as the one on Duncan's from Total Drama and Corey's from Grojband, two other shows produced by Todd Kauffman and Mark Thornton.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: And he does.
Gwyneth "Gwyn" Sanders
- Voiced by: Denise Oliver
- Accidental Misnaming: Always addresses Theo as another name that starts with "T". In "She's All Bit", Theo built a robotic version of her, and even that had the same design flaw.
- Adorkable: Her pink hair, short stature, and cute voice makes her somewhat of a lil' cutie.
- All Love Is Unrequited: Gwyn will never love Theo.
- Berserk Button: Being another girl, in love with Luc.
- Cute Bookworm: That's her alright.
- Friendless Background: Never had friends growing up.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: Gwyn has no friends and nobody ever talks to her. She was rather clingy, in "Glitch Girl", when "Theodora" showed up and she assumed she could be making a new friend.
- Love Triangle: When she's thrown into the chemistry with the main two characters, it forms one of these. Luc and Theo are mutual friends, Theo loves Gwyn, Gwyn hates Theo, but Gwyn loves Luc, and Luc hates Gwyn.
- Murder by Inaction: Luc and Theo were in grave danger once and Gwyn only saved Luc. Luc have her a look and said her name, causing her to sigh and go back for Theo.
- Rose-Haired Sweetie: Gwyn has pink hair and her personality conforms to it. Gwyn is overly happy, often outgoing, and can be in-your-face, especially around Luc.
- Shrinking Violet: She's completely afraid of approaching potential friends or even her crush.
- Stalker with a Crush: Gwyn is madly in love with Luc and doesn't leave him alone.
- Super Hearing: In "She's All Bot", she could hear Luc saying her name from miles away.
- Yandere: Her crush on Luc.
- Voiced by: Alyson Court
- Alpha Bitch: Sarah rules the school.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: Sarah may not say a single word, but she's arguably the most powerful character in the series, not even needing the loop to take control over Luc and Theo in "The Replacements".
- Control Freak: Holds the entire school under her management and without her mooks, by her side, she goes crazy, without anyone to support her. She then goes on a wild goose chase to find two other lackeys to do her bidding for her.
- Deadpan Snarker: Or in her case, "Deadpan Texter".
- Emotionless Girl: Only makes real facial expressions, in hard-core moments of distress.
- Everyone Loves Blondes: Probably one of the main reasons for her unbridled popularity.
- Expy: Has the exact same personality and voice actor of Trina Riffin.
- Famous Ancestor: She's a great descendant of town founder, Wilt Doover.
- Mooks: Kelly and Kelli.
- The Voiceless: Sarah never talks.
Kelly and Kelli
- Voiced by: Stephanie Lynn Robinson
- Alliterative Name: Kelly and Kelli.
- Berserk Button: Taking their Sarah away.
- Identical-Looking Asians: Of course, they're identical looking. They're twins.
- Mooks: Sarah makes Kelly and Kelli do her dirty work.
- Sibling Rivalry: Despite their creepy similarities, they appear to have deep-rooted hatred for each other.
- Single-Minded Twins: Kelly and Kelli truly share the same brain.
- Tornado Move: They call theirs the "Twin Tornado".
- Voiced by: Adam Cawley
- All-Loving Hero: Kyle loves everyone and everything.
- Cheerful Child: Kyle is mildly happy at all times, and nothing can ever anger or dissatisfy him.
- Chick Magnet: Is the apple of the eyes of, Sarah, Kelly, Kelli, Gwyn, Splash Hannah, Lunchlady Trudy, and various other female characters.
- Expy: Basically a younger version of Nick Mallory.
- Famous Ancestor: In "Fallout Room Boy", he had an ancestor named Lyle Bush, who lived during the same age as Sarah's famous ancestor, Wilt Doover.
- Friend to All Living Things: Kyle has managed to make himself the most well-beloved member of Port Doover.
- Messianic Archetype: Kyle is basically the Jesus Christ of Port Doover.
- Nice Guy: Kyle has no enemies and treats everyone perfectly, while still showing himself enough self-respect to get by.
- Not Allowed to Grow Up: The day of the loop, Monday, October 12th, is his birthday, making him celebrate his big day every single episode.
- Parody Sue: Kyle is portrayed as super handsome, intelligent, and is adored by every girl in the school. He's very mature for his age, being seen as a friend by the teachers and allowed into their lounge. He has amazing athletic abilities and has saved babies and elderly people from danger, etc. All of this is played for laughs.
- Twinkle Smile: Kyle's teeth are so shiny, that his smile perfectly substitutes a broken out lighthouse light bulb.
- Voiced by: Mark Edwards
- Bollywood Nerd: Lester's skin is lighter than Theo's, but darker than Jan's. According to "Nerdnesia", he's most likely of Indian race, having an Indo-Austrian girlfriend named "Mai" with the same skin and hair color as himself.
- Brains and Brawn: The brains to the brawn of Christoph and Alianna.
- Bully and Wimp Pairing: with Jesse.
- Catchphrase: Due to the loop, if one were to open the locker at precisely the moment, when he's playing video games, he'll sputter out "I say, close the door! You're leakin' light all over my screen!"
- Dork Knight: Used his nerdy hacking skills to have Luc, Theo, Claire, and Turk, when they were marooned in a broken space ship.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Though not to the extent of Theo, he's very skilled with computer coding and hacking.
- Hidden Depths: Secretly, he can connections with intergalactic space aliens, who he sees on a regular basis and treats like normal friends.
- Innocent Prodigy: Very smart and intellectual boy, but rarely ever leaves his locker to interact with anyone in the real world. (Though, he does have a blossoming social relationship with people in a different real world.)
- LARP: After school, he goes larping with aliens.
- The Load: After some time, he's been subject to a hurdle that Luc has to cross to see his girlfriend.
- No Man Should Have This Power: Obtained immunity to the loop in "Nerdnesia".
- Stuffed into a Locker: His main deal is he bumps into Jesse in the halls, getting himself stuffed into his locker. He spends the entire day in there, apparently liking the peace and quiet in there.
- Voiced by: Stacey Depass
- Absurd Phobia: She's terrified of giant pink stuffed bears.
- Anti-Hero: Amy is always on Luc and Theo's side, but she occasionally likes to screw with them and give them crap. She even became the villain in "Monday Circles".
- Badly Battered Babysitter: As a part-time babysitter, she's this to Virginia, her vampire girl regular customer.
- Can't Get Away with Nuthin': Judging by "Ronnie Trasco", it's implied she at some point got caught skipping school, getting her sent to detention.
- Cute Is Evil: You can't fool her. She sees that darkness in lovable, huggable teddy bears.
- Expy: Has the same archetype and even voice actor as Gwen from Total Drama.
- Goth: Her archetype and overall character.
- No Man Should Have This Power: Obtained immunity to the loop in "Monday Circles".
- Purple Is the New Black: Her Gothic wardrobe.
- Skipping School: Hides out in the basement every Monday, to avoid the chaos of school.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Amy has a pretty high opinion of herself.
- Vampire Vannabe: Acts, dressed, sleeps, and even babysits a vampire as seen in "Re-Vamp". Why she hasn't "vamped" herself yet, having these connections to notorious "vampers", is beyond any in-series reasoning, aside from plot reasons. If she was a vampire, she'd be considered supernatural, and therefore immune to the loop, giving her too much freedom and power over Luc and Theo. And we all saw how that turned out in "Monday Circles"
- Voiced by: Darren Frost
- Adults Are Useless: Provides no significance to Luc, Theo, or any other kid at Port Doover Elementary.
- Butt-Monkey: Is often tricked into fight a lion, tiger, or bear, when Luc and Theo switch his notes.
- Geek: Applecrab wears nerdy glasses and talks in a nasally voice.
- Meaningful Name: His name is a pun on "Crabapple", which is known for it's sour and bitter taste, not too much unlike his personality.
- Stage Magician: Secretly, he performs magic tricks for little kids.
Luc's babysitter, while his parents are on a three day vacation. Since the loop takes place on the second day of their vacation, she's become his permanent guardian.
Mr. Lemon Jello
- Voiced by: Darren Frost
- Adipose Rex: So fat, that he needs to drive a golf cart around the school.
- Artificial Limbs: One of his arms is made out of metal, after it was chewed off by a piranha.
- Big Eater: Eats a ton.
- The Cobbler's Children Have No Shoes: He's a gym teacher, who's cynically obese, out of shape, and just waiting for a heart attack to take him away.
The alien girlfriend of Luc, and larping companion of Lester.
- Action Girl: A kick-ass larper, and real life warrior.
- Human Disguise: She's just wearing a costume that makes her appear as a red haired human girl.
- Magical Girlfriend: In this case, she's the alien girlfriend of Luc.
- Relationship Revolving Door: Since prior to the looped Monday, Alianna and Luc never knew each other, Luc has to keep impressing Alianna and winning her over in order to maintain a relationship, since with every coming loop, she forgets who he even is.
- Starfish Aliens: Her true form is a pink, gelatinous, one-eyed, floating, inhuman alien.
- Steven Ulysses Perhero: Her name is literally an amalgamation of "Alien" and "Anna".
A great, magical sorcerer, and the self-proclaimed "Greatest magician in the universe." He is accompanied by his lovely assistant, Toni.
- It's All About Me: Needs to be the center of attention every time he appears.
- Jerkass: Treats his sidekick, Toni, like crap.
- Large Ham: Just can't get over himself.
- Narcissist: His egotism is greater than he is.
- Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: His trigger phrase is someone calling themselves or someone else "The greatest magician in the universe." This causes him to magically appear, wherever they are and challenge them to a duel.
Mc Gal and Spritz
Two buddy time cops, who work to keep the space time continuum in order. Sometimes, they travel to the day of the loop, to find out what's causing the highly dangerous and illegal time loop. However, no matter how obvious it's made, they never find out it's Luc and Theo.
- The Bad Guys Are Cops: Often portrayed as antagonists.
- Buddy Cop Show: Parodied. Their first appearance featured a mock 90's buddy cop drama theme song.
- Catchphrase: Shouting "Time Fuzz!"
- Clueless Detective: They never find out that Luc and Theo are the ones causing the loop, no matter how blatantly obvious it is.
- Hello Again, Officer: Mcgal and Spritz are friends with Luc and Theo.
- Opposite-Sex Clone: Sanga and Betz from "Back in the Saddle".
- Police are Useless: The two most incompetent members of the Time Fuzz, not being able to handle even the simplest of crimes.
- Straight Man and Wise Guy: Their comedic shtick.
- Time Police: Duh.