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Nate & Malika

Main characters of the series. Two best friends that, try as they might, can't seem to get to school on time due to running into something weird along the way.

  • Catchphrase: "Oh yeah!" follow by them high fiving each other upon reaching school.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: They're both good kids at heart and willing to help out where they can.
  • Easily Forgiven: They're not one to hold grudges against some of the oddities that try to harm or take advantage of them. Even helping them out afterward.
  • The Cassandra: They try to tell Prudence why they're late, but she never believes them since the stories sound way too outlandish.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Craziness just attracts to the two like flies. Even they aren't sure why that is.


  • Baleful Polymorph: Gets hit with this often if it isn't given to him willingly. He got turned into a frog when trying to help a man bewitched by a witch and got turned into a werewolf when scratched by one.
  • Book Dumb: Hinted at, he's not a dunce but it's implied he doesn't take his studies as seriously as he should.
  • Dub Name Change: In the original French version, his name is Oscar.
  • Jumped at the Call: If there's something worth exploring, he'll instantly go for the chance to check it out.
  • Losing a Shoe in the Struggle: Happened to him in "The Ring" (had to slip out of shoes that were caught in cement in order to dive in front of a incoming steamroller to reverse the ring's bad luck), "The Magic Shoes" (being freed of the shoes after they were beaten in a race) and "The Werewolf" (Lost his shoes when the werewolf transformation reached its peak).
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Some of the problems usually come from him due to messing with something he really shouldn't have.
  • Running Gag: Whenever his father makes a sandwich for him for lunch, it'll end up having to be scarificed and eaten by something, to which he plays Drama Queen over it for a bit.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: When he wishes for the genie to give him big muscles. His upper body grows massive while his legs are thin and can't support his weight.


  • Action Girl: Not a major one but she not one to shy away from going into action when promoted.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hoodie and occasionally pulls it up.
  • Letting Her Hair Down: Usually has it in a ponytail. In "The Faun", she lets it down when she was bewitched into partying.
  • Not So Above It All: On some occasions, she can be the catalyst to the episode situation such as "The Magic Shoes" (Forced Nate to put on said shoes which caused him to run endlessly), "The Concert" (Snuck into a rehearsal for a concert because she was a fan of the singer) and "The Unicorn" (Willing to help out said unicorn because she thought it was cute while Nate was suspicious why the unicorn had some many dogs helping her).
  • Passionate Sports Girl: Hinted at. In "The Magic Shoes" she's pretty excited for a Fields Day event at their school and practically forced Nate into coming to compete. In fact, she was the catalyst for episode when she had Nate put on someone else's running shoes when Nate "claimed" he forgot his.
  • Secret Legacy: "The Pirate" reveals that her ancestors were pirates.
  • Women Are Wiser: The one who's a bit more focused of the two and tries to keep Nate grounded.


Town Residents

Recurring characters that show up through the series.

     Principal Prudence 
Said principal of the duo's school who always expect the two to come in late.
  • Catchphrase: "Nate and Malika. Late again, I see." Or some variation.
  • Crazy-Prepared: In "The Magic Shoes", she reveals she has some spare running shoes just in case someone forgets theirs to Nate's dismay. As she puts it...
    Prudence: Well lucky for you, I'm prudence by name and prudence by nature.
  • Hartman Hips: Her hips are noticebly wide.
  • Not So Above It All: Acts like a strict school marm, but is prone to some silly actions too.
  • Prim and Proper Bun: Wears this as her default hairstyle.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She's willing to overlook the two's tardiness on some occasions if they have proof to back up their claims or sharing some wise bit of wisdom.

A fellow classmate who sometime briefly gets caught up in Nate and Malika's adventure.
  • A Day in the Spotlight: "The Cave Girl" focuses on him since said cave girl takes a liking to him. Likewise "The Dinosuar" when he gets turns into a t-Rex.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Gets accidentally turned into a Tyrannosaurs Rex in "The Dinosaur"
  • Big Damn Heroes: It's his negative side that helps Nate and Malike reclaim the camera in "The Flash".
  • Headphones Equal Isolation: Usually always milling about listening to something on his headphones.
  • Hidden Depths: If his negative side in "The Flash" is any indication, he would like to be a dancer.
  • Innocent Bystander: Basiclly his role in the grand scheme of things.
  • Running Gag: Due to the above he never hears whats going on around him till Nate and Malika are calling out to him and then sees whatever craziness is coming his way.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!:
    • Once he see whatever oddness is going on, he runs away screaming.
    • In "The Cave Girl", he ultimately gets tired of getting harassed by the titular character and tells both her and Nate and Malika (due to always getting caught up in their weirdness) off before stomping off to school.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: In "The Caveman" he lashes out at Nate and Malika for always getting him involved in weird things. But more often then not it's never intentional and if anything, they're trying to warn him of the incoming danger since the dummy always has headphones on and isn't aware of his surroundings most of the time. In fact in said episode, it was the cave woman targeting him of her own accord with Nate and Malika trying to help him.

One of the local bullies of the town.
  • A Day in the Spotlight: "The Cuddly Toy" is more focused on him as said toy belongs to Terry and doesn't want to leave him just yet despite the others of the toy store trying to force him too. He's also the cause of the events in "The Flash".
  • Big Bad: The villain of the "The Flash" largely due to being separated from his negative side which is overly nice while making his mean-ness worst.
  • The Bully: Always hassling Nate and Malika over something or other, as you do.
  • Pet the Dog: He vouches for Nate and Malika at the end of "The Cuddly Toy" and "The Flash" on why they're late.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He still loves his plush toy even if he's older now.
  • Roadside Wave: Does this several times in "The Pocket Watch" due to the time loops. Eventually Nate and Malika get fed up enough to preemptively stop him.

A local policeman who patrols the neighborhood

A elderly bloke who runs a stand in the town, selling a random assortment of knick knacks.

The local gardener of the park Nate and Malika usually walk through to get to school.
  • Beehive Hairdo: Has this hairstyle, with even a few leaves sticking out of her hair.Heck it's so huge it ended up busting a hole in her bee suit's helmet.
  • Caring Gardener: She takes her job pretty serious and was actually distraught at one point when an old tree had to be torn down due to withering. She likewise was overjoyed when it showed signs of life which prevented it's demolition

     Mrs. Rainford & Ajax 
A middle-aged woman and her pet Chihuahua
  • Beehive Hairdo: Despite looking like a hat, that's really her hair on her head.
  • Mr. Muffykins: She treats Ajax this way.
  • Running Gag: Her talking with Melody with the latter barely even listening.
  • Serious Business: Proper manners, she ends up holding up Nate and Malika in "The Watch" because they needed Melody to tell them where to find something in a hurry, interrupting Mrs. Rainford's conversation with her.

     Professor Toybus 
A local inventor.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Had this happen to him twice, once in "The Cyborgs" (the A.I reasoned machines were superior and started replacing people in town) and "The Robot" (Said robot turning on him when considered dismantling him due to old age).
  • Bungling Inventor: His inventions have a habit of not working right or turning on him.
  • Gave Up Too Soon: In "The Insects" he actually manages to invent a Shrink Ray but figured it didn't work right and had it thrown out on garbage day. Nate and Malika got affected by it and manage to get it working properly...right in time for the local garbage man to come pick it up before they could tell the professor. Though he uses the same device in "The Spore" so they either eventually did inform him and he retrieved it or he just built another one.

The local mail courier
  • Running Gag:
    • Something happening to her bike and Nate and Malika having to deliver whatever mail she was going to.
    • Running Gag: Her talking with Mrs. Rainford with Melody barely even listening.
  • Gag Nose: Not overly comical but it's pretty noticable.
  • Meganekko: A glasses wearer.
  • Southern Belle: Talks in a bit of Southern accent.

The so called local "animal catcher".
  • Big Bad: Of "The Dragon" and "Santa's Reindeer".
  • Jerkass: Always on the lookout for rare animal so he can get rich off of. You know it's bad when one of said animals was Santa's reindeer.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Actively fights Nate with a cattle prod in "The Dragon'". Likewise, in "The Reindeer", he has no problem with throwing Nate and Malika into one of his cages...with another much more deadly animal.

Episode Specific Characters

One shot characters that are usually the focus of their episodes. Some are the oddities in question while others are normal people just caught up in the weirdness.

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A young gladiator and focus of "The Roman Coliseum" who was too afraid to fight in gladiatorial combat. A such he was curse to stay within the coliseum as a ghost until he could best someone in combat within it.

The titular "Carnivorous Plant". A Venus fly try that Nate was suppose to take care of over a weekend but forgot to do so. In an effort to save her, Nate gave her some plant growth formula but ended up pouring too much on her and causing her to grow massive.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Due to Nate not reading the instructions on the plant growth formula, she grows gargantuan as a result. She's returned to normal size by just watering her since it dilutes the formula within her.
  • Man-Eating Plant: Due to growing huge, she becomes this.

     Garbage Goblins 
A family of goblins and the focus of "The Garbage Goblins". Nate and Malika meet them when Nate drops his new watch into sewer and goes down to retrieve it. They end up requesting their help to deal with a troll that moved into their dwelling, and will give back the watch in exchange.
  • Family Man: Pimple is revealed to be one.
  • I Lied: Pimple, the one the duo first meet, claims trolls are scared of humans. The first encounter proves otherwise.
  • Our Goblins Are Different: They live in sewers and love trash.

A troll that likewise resides in the sewers and cause of the problems in "Garbage Goblins".
  • Big Bad Of "The Garbage Goblins".
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Likes the teddy bear that belonged to one of the Pimple's children.
  • Our Trolls Are Different: As Pimple states, not all trolls live under bridges.
  • Weakened by the Light: Hates sunlight and is defeated when Nate, Malika and the goblins surround it with sunlight reflected off of metal they're holding (along with the flashlight feature on Nate's watch), scaring it off.

Focus of "The Dragon". Nate and Malika find a baby dragon in the park and later find out that Max had captured his mother.
  • Mama Bear: The mother of course doesn't appreciate how Max handled her child.
  • Playing with Fire: Naturally. Malika convinces Nate not to bring the baby one to school for this reason and the mother dragon flames Max's patoot once she gets free.

A group of insects (A roach, a spider, a flea and a stinkbug) and focus of "The Insects" that Nate and Malika befriend when they get hit with a shrink ray and need to traverse Toybus's yard to regrow themselves.
  • Changed My Mind, Kid: Roach stomps off after Nate saves him from George, Toybus's pet iguana. He leaves in a huff but later comes to help him in the climax of the ep.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Roach, Flea and Stinkbug come off a little rough but they're friendly once Nate and Malika get to know them (though Roach takes awhile to come around). Heck they warn them to run when George shows up and Flea helps them escape when he see they're too slow at their current size. Spider, who by all rights should be a predator to the former three, is likewise friendly. Even helping Nate down when he gets caught in her web.
  • Fartillery: Stinkbug uses this naturally. A running gag in the ep is that Malika constantly keep running into him when he lets off his smells.
  • Fantastic Racism: Roach isn't very fond of humans.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Roach after Nate saves him from George. He does get over it however and comes to help later, subverting this trope.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Slightly touched on. Roach thinks humans will always consider bugs nothing more then pests due to this belief. But Nate and Malika end up proving him wrong.

A robber who's the focus of "The Secret Agent" claiming that he's a secret agent.

     Haunted House 
Focus of "The Haunted House", a house that is, well, haunted and with Nate, Malika and Howard ending up trapped inside.
  • Genius Loci: Naturally being a haunted house. Can bar passages, make steel bars, make brick walls instantly and cause the appliances to come to life. It's only haunted because it wishes to be cleaned. Once it is, it calms down.
  • Haunted House: Again, natch.

     Howard Bristle 
A young man that ends up inheriting and trapped in said haunted house.
  • Get Out!: Yells this when he hears Nate and Malika enter the house as he doesn't want them to be trapped.
  • Innocent Bystander: He had virtually no idea the house was haunted and gets caught up in it's paranormal clutches.
  • Nice Guy: Very, he helps the duo try to escape the house, helps try to defend them when the appliance attack them, helps clean it when Nate stumbles upon the solution and promises to upkeep it to prevent any more hauntings.
  • Unexpected Inheritance: Never expected to have his aunt leave him a house and certainly never realized it was haunted.

The titular focus of "The Leprechaun", he's after another who is stealing the gold of his kinsmen which causes them to turn to stone if they lose of them.
  • Leprechaun: Is one of course.
  • Taken for Granite: Happens to him in the middle of the episode since he lost all his coins. Though Makika manages to revive him by giving him her coins.

The villain of "The Leprechaun", a fellow Leprechaun who stole the gold of others despite knowing it would doom them to become statues.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Leprechaun"
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Claims he stole the gold of other leprechaun because apparently they never helped him look for his. Shawn claims he wanted to help but Ian disappeared before he got the chance.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After Shawn saves him from falling into ocean, he is grateful and rekindles their friendship. Even more so when Malika gives him her coins to keep him from turning into a statue when he returns the stolen gold.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Said verbatim by Shawn when explaining who he is.

The titular "Kid From the Future", he comes back in time to prevent Nate from causing a prank that'll destroy their school. Prompting stricter punishments down the line when it's rebuilt that, by his time, it virtually feels like a prison.
  • Everyone Hates Math: A major punishment in his timeline is that the robotic enforcers of the school put the student through solving math problems 24/7. Even worse in the detention room where they put the students on bikes while doing so, with the bikes picking up speed for every wrong answer.
  • Kid from the Future: The episode is even titled after the trope. Unlike most examples though, he's not related to Nate or Malika.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: His goal in his episode. He seems to have succeeded but Nate and Malika entering the time portal behind him ends up setting off the chain of events anyway. After the time trip through, they manage...though Nate does let slip to Prudence about how the future school will be and she has a thoughtful look on her face.
  • Shout-Out: He travels through time by connecting a device to his hoverboard.

     Ms. Principal 
A robotic princpal who oddly looks like like Prudence, that governs over the school in the future.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Kid from the Future"
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Pretty much doing anything in her school nets detention: speaking too loud, wearing the wrong uniforms, roaming the halls looking for the restroom. Just, yeesh.
  • Logic Bomb: She can only take so much misconduct that it fries her circuits.

Another kid in the future who looks suspiciously like Maurice, implying he's a future child of his.
  • Butt-Monkey: Asgore state he gets detention daily.
  • Jerkass: Our heroes did virtually nothing to him, he just tattled on them to make his punishments easier. Him giving that smug expression after he did the deed doesn't help.
  • The Stool Pigeon: Ratted on Nate, Malika and Asgore when he overheard them talking about trying to retrieve Asgore's hoverboard from the principal's office in order to reduce his detention hours. Making completing their objective harder then it needed to be.

Focus of "The Mermaids" who live within the local lake in the park.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Usually have a variety of muted colors on them_
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Force Nate to fight a trash monster just because he threw some trash into the lake. And even then, it was an accident as it got blown out of his hand and into the water by the wind. Granted he was briefly going leave it in until Malika gave him a disapproving glare to make him pick it up. But still...
  • Enthralling Siren: They pulled Nate into the lake by using their singing to lure him in. They later use it to keep the trash monster at bay to give the duo time to dismantle it.
  • Never My Fault: While they blame humans for their situation, it never seems to occur to them to either ask humans to stop dumping trash in the lake or clean it up themselves.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Admit they only have tridents as their weapons.

     Trash Monster 
A beast that was formed from the enchanted waters of the lake and the trash that was thrown into it over time, terrorizing the mermaids within.

Subject of "The Enchanted Frog". He was a man in love with a witch's daughter, but was turned into a toad by said witch to keep him away, requesting help from Nate and Malika to break the spell.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Naturally he doesn't like the thought of being a frog his whole life.
  • Bewitched Amphibians: As stated, he was cursed by Chloe mother to become a frog.
  • Determinator: Even if he's turned into a frog, it doesn't stop him from trying to reach his true love.
  • Now You Tell Me: It isn't until after Nate kisses him to bring him back to normal and gets turned into a frog himself that he informs him the witch had expected that and cursed anyone who tried it.

Gideon's girlfriend and the witch's daughter.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: She ends up putting her foot down after her mother claims people only like her for her beauty, stating that she can decide for herself and that Gideon and she truly do love each other.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: A nice girl and a blonde to boot.
  • Letting Her Hair Down: Normally has it tied up in braids due to their length, she let's if flow when going to help Gideon, Nate and Malika.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Has really long hair which she uses to help Nate, Malika and Gideon to get inside the house. Ironically she models for a shampoo company as a day job.

     Chloe's Mother 
Just as it says, she's the witch that turned Gideon into a frog in order to keep him away from Chloe.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Enchanted Frog".
  • Blind Without Them: Nate manages to swipe her glasses, giving her fuzzy vision.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Put an extra spell on Gideon in case anyone tried the "Princess kissing frog to break the spell" trick as Nate found out the hard way.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Gets hit with her own magic spell and turned into a frog herself. Also counts as Laser-Guided Karma.
  • Mama Bear: After she relents in letting Chloe and Gideon continue to see each other, she goes to undo the spell, through warns Gideon of the consequences should he ever upset Chloe.
  • My Beloved Smother: Refuses to let Chloe date anyone, claiming they only want her for her beauty then true love. Ironically not seeing that Gideon does see Chloe for the exact latter reason.
  • No Name Given: Her name's never spoken.
  • Wicked Witch: Comes off this way if her doing her "experiments" is anything to go by.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She's just trying to look out for her daughter as she feels people only like her from her shampoo ads. Though she herself never really bothers to get to know said people and turning Gideon into a frog just because he was trying to contact Chloe was definitely a bit harsh.

Focus of "The Adorable Monster", a monster that trying to pass his scaring test. But his looks hamper his efforts, so Nate and Malika help him out.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: He's a pretty friendly, if timid, guy. But threaten his friends and he becomes very intimidating.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Has this effect on most in his regular form. While it's fine with humans, it's considered a disgrace for monsters.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He doesn't truly wanna scare anyone, least not maliciously and just trying to get his diploma to move on in the world. When he finally does, he states he'll go into pictures to help make horror movies.
  • One-Winged Angel: When the owner/tester of the dark house ride threatens Nate and Malika, this manages to trigger his transformation into a much bigger and deep sounding monster so he can protect them, scaring not only them but said tester. Ironically enough, this impresses her enough to pass him and receive his diploma.
  • Pick on Someone Your Own Size: Says this verbatim when the Scare Examiner threatens Nate and Malika. Ironically dwarfing her in size.

     Scare Examiner 
An owner of a dark house ride that likewise uses it as a final exam to test monsters on if they can scare people.
  • Berserk Button: Liars. Nate claims he was just trying to hide that Wizimix scared him but she's skeptical on that. After allowing a retry, they try to get Maurice to be Wizimix's final exaam target but he fails and they try to claim that Maurice was indeed scared by him. She see right through the lie and nearly attacks Nate and Malika for doing so.
  • Big Bad: Slightly of "The Adorable Monster". She not actively out to stop Nate and Malika and just doing her job. But does threaten them when they ask her to give Wizimix another chance.
  • Didn't See That Coming: When she goes to threaten Nate and Malika, Wizimix manages to tap into his transformation to protect them. Needless to say she's both surprised by his monster form but likewise impressed as well and it's enough to pass him.
  • Ghostly Glide: Moves around in a gliding like motion. Considering her cloak is covering her whole body, it's likely she's not even walking.
  • No Name Given: Her name's never spoken.
  • Not So Above It All: Comes off as pretty strict, but later seen playing a video game in her booth.
  • One-Winged Angel: Glowing eyes, pointed ears, wild hair and her mouth around teeth resembling fangs.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Apparently. She has fangs, does speak in a Transylvania style accent, wears a high collar cloak and her monster form resembles a vampire. But she likewise is out and about during the daylight.
  • Vampire Vords: Speaks in this manner.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Threatens Nate and Malika on what'll happen to them if Wizimix fails his retry and makes good on it when he initially fails to scare Maurice.

Focus of, of course, "The Genie" whom the duo meet while trying to deliver his lamp to Cosmo.
  • And I Must Scream: He's been stuck in his lamp with nothing to do but read books until someone comes along and rubs the lamp to grant their wishes. Kinda understandable why he was desperate to get out.
  • Exact Words: Uses this to try and free himself from the lamp initially.
  • I Just Want to Be Free: Wants to be free of the lamp once and for all. Despite nearly getting Nate to take his place, Malika and he are willing to help him and succeed by having Mrs. Rainford wish him free.
  • Never My Fault: Claims Nate and Malika were only interested in their wishes then freeing him. However Nate only used one wish and would've likely wished him free if he hadn't tricked him.
  • Jackass Genie: He grants Nate's first wish to have muscles. But when the wish doesn't work out as intended, he takes Nate's statement that "I wish I was back as the way I was" as "Turn him back into a baby" making him waste his second wish. Since Nate isn't really aware of his situation in that state, the genie tricks Nate into wishing that he was the genie in order to free himself and get Nate to take his place.

Focus of "The Magic Book", she's a book character that Malika was reading and the duo end up meeting when they end up getting sucked into said book.
  • Action Girl: A warrior princess even. She quickly demonstrates it by fighting two of the villain's henchmen when Nate and Malika arrive in the book world.
  • Face Death with Dignity: When Malika reveals what's meant to happen to her, she was more then willing to go along with it to save her animal friends. But Nate and Malika convince her otherwise.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Initially dies while pulling the villain to his own demise.
  • Screw Destiny: After finding out that she dies at the end of the book, Nate and Malika help her survive and change the ending.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Has her own language with the animals.
  • The Beastmaster: Demonstrate this when a lioness is forced to attack Nate, Malika and her. She manages to calm it down and remove the magic thorn in her paw, bringing the lioness back to normal.
  • The Hero Dies: Initially, the book ended with her stopping the villain but dying in the process to do so.

     King Aria 
The villain in the book Levvia's from. Within the story, he plans to reroute the water to have waterfalls in his palace, depriving the wildlife of it in the process.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: As stated, he's an evil king whose willing to destroy the Savannah wildlife just for his own selfish ends.
  • Big Bad: A Show Within a Show example. He's this within Levia's story as well of "The Magic Book" in general.
  • Making a Splash: With his magic specter, he fights Aria with water blasts.
  • It's All About Me: Doesn't care that he's taking water from the wildlife. Just that'll look good within his castle.

     Santa Claus 
Jolly ol St Nick himself and focus of Santa's Reindeer. He arrives in the city looking for his lost reindeer while training for a Christmas route. After Nate and Malika stumble across him, they agree to help him find it.
  • Bad Butt: Makes a lot of erratic movement and "cloaking" himself with the surroundings while looking for his reindeer.
  • Badass Beard: It's Santa, of course he's going to have one.
  • Badass Biker: Has this motif, his sled is designed like a motorbike.
  • Santa Claus: Natch.
  • Tan Lines: Due to wearing goggles while flying, he has these over his face when he removes them.

Santa's reindeer whom he was training for the Christmas route. However they got separated and Max got his hands on him.

Focus of "The Sorcerer's Apprentice". A young wizard-in-training that ended up warping himself into the future while preforming a spell where he meets Nate and Malika.
  • British Accents: Speaks in a Scottish accent.
  • Cowardly Lion: He reveals he was meant to take test involving a Chimera but chickened out by time traveling. And does it again when cornered by the creature, warping Nate, Malika and him into the past to escape it only to bring it with them. Ultimately when put on the spot, he eventually decides to man up and take the beast on by himself.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In trying to get the Chimera to go away, he accidentally gives it the ability to breathe fire.
  • Tired of Running: After his spell book is destroyed by flames and Nate and Malika are about to be fried. He decides to stop running and fight the Chimera.

An A.I created by Toybus and the cause of "The Cyborgs", having seen humans as weak and seeks to replace the town with robotic duplicates.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Was meant to help the professor but turned malicious when she saw humanity as weak.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Cyborgs"
  • Capture and Replicate: Her main goal in which she sleep gasses her victims, scans them and makes a robotic duplicate to replace them with.
  • Creepy Monotone: Speaks this way through her duplicates, even the male ones.
  • Take Over the World: Her ultimate goal with her schemes.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Malika's homemade jam instantly knocks out any of the cyborgs it's fed to. Likewise it's stopped easily by just pulling it's plug.

The focus of the "The Alien". Claims to be a traveler looking to explore different planets. In truth he's a runaway from his father.
  • Glamour: Has a device that he uses to make himself look normal. They later weaponize it when Zinyak's bodyguard comes looking for him and Nate tricks said guard with it.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: While he doesn't mind being royalty, he likewise just wants to have fun every now and then. Heck he finds the idea of going to school interesting. Though he admits he's home-schooled and never got a chance to interact with others.
  • Octopoid Aliens: His true form is that of a one eyed octopus like alien.
  • Royal Blood: Revels he's a prince of his planet with his father being the king.
  • The Runaway: Reveals he's really royalty but ran away from home to avoid to avoid the strict scheduling he had to go through on his home planet.

     Zinyak's father 
Just as it say, he's the father of Zinyak and looking for him on Earth.
  • Good All Along: Framed as a Big Bad of the episode, he's actually quite benevolent and just looking for his son out of worry.
  • Good Parents: Just wants what's best for his son and trying to prepare him for when he has to take the throne.
  • Octopoid Aliens: Same as his son.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: After hearing both his son as well as Nate and Malika out, he agrees to ease up on his Zinyak's tutoring and allows him a day to hang with Nate and Malika at school.

     Bunny Numbins 
Subject of the "The Living Toy''. She the plush toy of Terry, but runs into trouble when he misplaces her and, while trying to act cool in front of Nate and Malika who find her, claims it's not his. This in turn get her dragged off before a toy council who try to force her to find a new owner.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: A living toy as the title of the episode stated.
  • British Accent: Another Irish accented speaker.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: Uses this in order to convince Nate to help her.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Terry. She knows she'll have to leave him someday, but likewise knows it isn't the time yet and that he doesn't mean what he says. Trying desperately to convince the council of that fact.

Focus of "The Robot". He's a old robot built by Toybus when he was little. But, due to age, was wearing down and the Professor considered scrapping him for spare parts. Elfax didn't take kindly to that, however, and now seeks to take control of all electronics and deprive humanity of their appliances and computers.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: A little better then Sibra at least since Elfax at least had a reason to turn on the Professor.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Robot"
  • Crazy-Prepared: Nate, Malika and Toybus try to initially stop him by taking out the battery on his back. However once Nate does so, he reactivates. Revealing he had a second one installed in himself just in case.
  • Determinator: Even when Nate, Malika and Toybus stop his plan the first time. He goes to Plan B, which is to overload the city's power grid and shut down all the appliances within.
  • Freudian Excuse: As stated in his description, he went evil when the Professor considered scrapping him.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After Toybus apologizes to him for his mistreatment and promises to try and repair all his tech, he calls off his vendetta.
  • Robot Maid: Butler in this case and was one to Toybus for may a year.
  • Technopath: Has a device that allows him to take over any technology.

     Miracle Girl 
Focus of "The Superhero". She's a superheroine who's powers come form her headband and tries to stop the blob monster, Gigantix.
  • Brought Down to Normal: If she doesn't have her headband, she can't use her powers.
  • Flight: Gains the power to fly due to her headband.
  • MacGuffin: Her headband. Nate gets a hold of it for awhile and Gigantix wants it to enact his plans.
  • Mind over Matter: The main power of her headband allows her to enhance her mental capabilities so that she can levitate objects.
  • Shout-Out: Her design looks a bit like Tracer from Overwatch.

A blob monster arch-nemesis of Miracle Girl.
  • A Twinkle in the Sky: Miracle Girl throws him into a storage closet then throws that into outer space.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: When he calls his minions to merge with him, he grows much bigger.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Superhero".
  • Blob Monster: He is a red gooey blob monster.
  • Colony Drop: His planned involved crashing a space station into the Earth to show how much of a serious threat he was and make the world leaders surrender to him.
  • Large Ham: Being a supervillain, not surprising he's a bit bombastic.
  • Sticky Situation: Being a blob monster, hitting him or his blob minions results in most getting their limbs stuck.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Malika manages to get him to crash into his computer and stop his plan simply by jumping into his body and causing him to be ticklish.

     Queen Pashoot 
Focus of "The Mummy". A queen who apparently died quite young. Her mummy was on display at a museum Nate and Malika's class were going to. But due to Nate accidentally knocking over a relic that could bring anything to life when sunlight hit it, she's awakened from her slumber.
  • But Now I Must Go: Once the relic is returned, she willingly returned back to her slumber with Malika telling Nate it's kind of a "journey" for her and the events of the episode interrupted it.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Actually looks quite adorable.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite her appearance, she reveals herself to be friendly.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Apparently was interred without shoes as she's revealed to be barefoot.
  • Glowing Eyes: When she's revived, her eyes are glowing green.
  • Go Out with a Smile: When Nate and Malika first see her on display, she has a frown on her face. When she returns back to her dormant state, she's smiling.
  • Mummy: Natch.
  • The Voiceless: Can only really moan and grunt. Makes sense as, in her state, her vocal cords would've decayed a long time ago.

     Boris & Clementine 
Two thieves that break into the museum before it was open hoping to steal the treasures within.
  • Big Bad: Of "The Mummy".
  • Blatant Lies: Boris claims he's security when Nate stumbles upon him. Then Clementine walks by with a bag of stolen jewels in her hands, giving them away.
  • Fat and Skinny: Their dynamic with Boris being the latter and Clementine being the former.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Trapped underneath the t-Rex skeleton they had brought to life with the relic to attack Nate, Malika and Pashoot with.
  • Just One Little Mistake: They had just planned to break in, get the goods and get out, but ended up leaving the back door noticeably open. Nate ends up finding it while Malika and he are waiting for the class to arrive at the museum, leading to the events of the episode and them being thwarted.

     The Negatives 
Beings created from the magic camera in "The Flash". When the camera takes a picture of someone, it creates a monochrome version of that person who has the opposite or exaggerated personality of the original. For example, when Terry was hit, his negative was timid, overly nice and apologetic as opposed to his mean and jerky personality. When Malika is hit, her negative side is snarky and cynical. Etc.
  • Apologizes a Lot: Negative Terry does this a lot for his actions.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Negative Maurice ends up saving the camera after it's nearly dropped trying to get it away from Terry.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Negative Malika is pretty sarcastic at everything the duo do.
  • Deliberately Monochrome: As they're negatives, the have a monochrome tint to them.
  • Literal Split Personality: As stated, the negatives are mostly the physical opposite traits of their real personas.
  • Stating the Simple Solution: It's Negative Malika that points out they can stop the negatives if they just expose the film to sunlight.
  • Stop Helping Me!: Negative Terry tries to be helpful but ends up causing more problems for the duo in trying to get the camera. Eventually Nate gets fed up and tells him off.

The focus of "The Werewolf''. A female werewolf who wishes to be a veterinarian but first must get over her instincts which cause her to transform.
  • Alternate Identity Amnesia: She dosen't remember what happens when her wolf instincts overcome her. However, at the end of the episode, this stops being a problem, as she becomes able to control her wolf form.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: That, or she just lost them during a previous transformation. Regardless, she's barefoot through all of the episode.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: She was apparently born into lycanthropy as she mentions being part of a clan. Also she doesn't need the moon to fully transform as she can do so when she smells food. That said, she can transfer the transformation if she scratches or bites anyone.
  • Power Limiter: Her necklace which was given to her by her clan to prevent her transformations while in the daytime. It works on her and only her and losing it causes her to transform at the smell of food. By episodes end, she learns to control her transformation enough to not need it anymore.

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