This is the character sheet from Odd Squad
- Action Duo: The investigation agents are teamed up.
- Badass Adorable: They are very good at their jobs and are very precious.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Most investigation and management agents wear suits.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: The characters are very quirky, yet all competent.
- Chaotic Good: More than a bit weird in personality, organization, and techniques, but are definitely good people tying to stop odd and help others.
- Hero of Another Story: While the only characters to really get focus on their cases are the main characters, episodes pop up here and there to show what the other agents work on.
- Kid Detective: Well, they're all kids, and must do some detective work in order to stop oddness.
- Little Miss Badass: Most female agents are this to some extent.
- Platonic Boy/Girl Heroes: Basically every set of partners that are the opposite gender.
- Platonic Life-Partners: See above.
- Red Is Heroic: The main characters, the investigation department, are associated with red.
- Teen Superspy: Preteen, but close enough. They aren't exactly spies, but they are agents who solve mysteries/crimes.
- Theme Naming: Every agent's name begins with the letter 'O'. The only exception ended up a villain after his FaceHeel Turn.
- True Companions: They are pretty much all best friends and are always there for each other.
- Workaholic: They are rarely ever seen not working.
- Absurd Phobia: She is not a fan of pies. Subverted that she has a good reason. One of the episodes of Oddtube shows her trying to overcome it though.
- The Ace: Some sites even list her as one of the lead agents in the Odd Squad.
- Broken Ace: The Todd thing hurt pretty hard.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: She must keep energetic Otto in line.
- Does Not Like Spam: Dislikes pies. She has a very good reason.
- Fangirl: "Bad Luck Bears" shows she loves sports and the coach. "Reindeer Games" shows she loves Santa.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While she can be harsh, she really does care for both the squad and her clients.
- Is also clearly fond of Otto and despises when he's in danger; see the episode where he was trapped in that arcade game and at very real risk for disappearing forever.
- Little Miss Badass: One of the squad's best agents.
- Little Miss Snarker: Being a Deadpan Snarker comes with being the Only Sane Man.
- Only Sane Man: Oscar and Otto are easily flappable, and so she often takes this position.
- Passionate Sports Girl: In most sports as noted on her Wall of Agents page.
- Platonic Boy/Girl Heroes: With Otto
- Plucky Girl: Borders on Determinator.
- Put on a Bus: Leaves in the first season finale to be a Ms. O for another precinct.
- Rookie Male, Experienced Female: Olive has been an agent much longer than Otto has.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Gender Flipped here. Olive is the experienced and calm one to Otto's new and energetic.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: She become this after the pienado.
- True Companions: With Otto.
- Why Did It Have To Be Pie?: Heavily emphasized in The Briefcase and explained in Training Day.
- Ascended Fanboy: He's a huge fan of Sound Check. Not only does he get to meet them on multiple occasions, but also gets to sing with them.
- Big Eater: Oh yes. You name it, he eats it.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Of the four main characters, he's definitely the least grounded, but compared to some of the secondary characters he seems quite well adjusted by comparison.
- Platonic Boy/Girl Heroes: With Olive.
- Rookie Male, Experienced Female: Otto is new to the squad while Olive has already had a former partner.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Gender Flipped here. Olive is the experienced and calm one to Otto's new and energetic.
- Put on a Bus: Leaves with Olive to be a Mr. O.
- True Companions: With Olive.
- The Watson: As a new recruit, he's usually the one who asks when something needs to be explained.
Ms. O, formerly Agent Oprah, is the head of Odd Squad. She delivers cases to agents who then go on their way to solve them. She is tough, grumpy, short-tempered, and easily angered, but she will always lend a helping hand to those agents who struggle. She used to have Agent O'Donahue for a partner before he officially retired.
- The Ageless: She worked a fruit stand before joining Odd Squad back in the year 1870, and is still looks 7 years old.
- The Alcoholic: Though G-rated, her thing for juiceboxes is treated this way with her old partner asking her if she's "still on the juice" and her snapping "I can quit if I want to!"
- Black Boss Lady: Is the leader of this squad, and is dark-skinned.
- Grade-School C.E.O.: Like everyone else in the squad, she is of elementary school age, but she runs the precinct.
- I Need A Freaking Juicebox: She is notorious for her love of juiceboxes and noticeably gets irritated when she goes without them. It is occasionally likened to addiction:O'Donahue: Still on the juice, huh?Oprah: I can quit when I want.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Most definitely so. She can be harsh, but means well.
- Little Miss Badass: Do not challenge her. You will lose.
- Mean Boss/Benevolent Boss: Used to be the first, but gradually turned into the second.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Obviously Oprah Winfrey. Her old partner O'Donahue is this too (Phil Donahue being someone who works with Oprah).
- Subverted, as her backstory would make her much older than Winfrey.
- No Indoor Voice: Yells a lot. By the second season, she tones it down.
- Older Than They Look: See Really 700 Years Old.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: She's so strong she can cut an orange cleanly in half.
- Purple Is Powerful: She's the leader of the precinct, far and away the strongest of the cast, and she and her department are signified by purple.
- Really 700 Years Old: At least 200.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Beneath all that yelling, at least.
- Tiny Tyrannical Girl: Yells at everyone, and is one of the shortest in the cast. Subverted and downplayed as she becomes a Reasonable Authority Figure and tones it down.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Her yelling roles became less and less in Season 2 and the second half of Season 1, and she became more supportive with the agents.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Loves juice boxes so much she can be bribed with them.
The head scientist of the Odd Squad Lab. Goofy and ditzy, he has a gadget for almost everything. He takes care of his gadgets, and he always greets others with "Hey guys!" He is renowned for creating addable gadgets.
- Absent-Minded Professor: Genius, but can be a bit forgetful.
- Adorkable: He's awkward but endearing.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He makes the gadgets for the odd squad agents. Though making gadgets is a thing every scientist does, he's special for the fact he created addable gadgets, a very important tool in Odd Squad.
- Genius Ditz: He's very smart, but can be a bit awkward.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: A trademark of his department.
- Mad Scientist: While he's not evil, a lot of problems occur due to one of his inventions going wrong.
- Put on a Bus: Leaves #13579 to head the Science Headquarters.
- Teen Genius: See Gadgeteer Genius.
Ms. O: Something's different about you...
- A sidenote: he ages further in the Season 2 premiere, due to his actor aging in real time. In-universe, this is due to an aging-gadget going off.
Oscar: Oh yeah. This Make-You-Older-inator went off. I like the new voice, though.
Olive and Otto's replacements and the main characters of the second season. Olympia was a great student at the academy and Otis came from... somewhere. They are introduced in the second season premiere.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Sure, Olympia's a Genki Girl, but she's not afraid to show her mean side.
- Character Blog: Oddtube was a 20 episode YouTube series starring Olympia.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: While only a new cast for a new season, this still applies as Otis and Olympia have the exact opposite dynamic as Olive and Otto, save for Olympia being the one who's the protocol fiend, with Olympia being the chipper bouncy one while the more reserved Otis is frequently sighing in irritation at her antics.
- Genki Girl: Olympia is very enthusiastic.
- Fangirl: Olympia's one of Otto and Olive, and freaks out every time she gets to meet them.
- Foil: To Ohlm. Both of them were excellent students at the Odd Squad Academy. But while Olympia was happy to just be an agent, Ohlm wanted to become the Big O immediately. This resulted in him plotting to take over Odd Squad.
- Meganekko: Olympia's cute and a glasses wearer.
- Nice Girl: Olympia just wants to be the best agent she can.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Olympia is a Genki Girl while Otis is more reserved.
- Platonic Boy/Girl Heroes: With Otis.
- Plucky Girl: Like her predecessor, Olive, Olympia tries hard and is a diligent agent.
- True Companions: Best friends.
- Played by Isaac Kragten
Otto's replacement and one of the main characters of the second season. He came from... somewhere. Like Olympia, he is introduced in the second season premiere.
- Absurd Phobia: Otis is not a fan of ducks. He thinks it's his old family coming for him.
- The Cast Showoff: Kragten is a professional dancer, and Otis shown dancing more than once in the series.
- Dark Secret: He used to be a villain.
- Flight: Is revealed to be able to fly.
- HeelFace Turn: Is revealed to be the White Sheep of a villainous duck family.
- Mysterious Past: Like in Oscar's words, "Then where did he (Otis) come from?" Otis's past is the main mystery of the second season. It is hinted to have something to do with villains and is confirmed .
- Raised by Wolves: He was raised by ducks.
- Read the Freaking Manual: Otis has not read the Odd Squad handbook at all. This is contrasted with Olympia, who loves to get her hands on anything OS related.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: As noted above, he is the Savvy Guy to Olympia's Energetic Girl.
- Socially Awkward Hero: When he started off, Otis wasn't very good at communicating with others. He got better.
- White Sheep: Of his family of ducks. He didn't want to destroy the world, and subsequently left to join Odd Squad.
Oscar's assistant and eventual replacement, becoming the head of the Science Department.
- Absent-Minded Professor: Also quite smart, but occasionally forgets things and trails off.
- Adorkable: Like Oscar, competent and cute.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Happens more than once, including "The Cherry-On-Top-Inator"
- Big Damn Heroes: Saves the day in spectacular fashion in "Oscar Strikes Back."
- Cute and Psycho: See Mad Scientist.
- Gadgeteer Genius: She is a scientist, hence this is her job.
- Genius Ditz
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: A trademark of her department.
- Mad Scientist: A bit nuts. She tends to go off a bit, like her calculator outburst in the movie or her gradual Sanity Slippage in "Cherry-On-Top-Inator."
Agents Oren and Olaf
- Absurd Phobia: Oren seems to be scared of pancakes.
- Blatant Lies: During a "Meet the Agents" sequence, Oren says that he's great at sharing (followed by a clip of him and Olaf fighting Olive and Otto over new office chairs) and that's he's a very hard worker (followed by a clip of him and Olaf lounging in the ball pit).
- Catchphrase: For Olaf: "I'm Olaf!"
- Cloudcuckoolander: Olaf is possibly the most odd-ball member of Odd Squad, which is saying something.
- Hidden Depths: Olaf tends to be simple-minded, but can have surprising moments of genius. For example, in one episode, Otto keeps shrinking and Olive has to team up with Oren and Olaf to find a cure. Olaf proves to be the only one who knows the secret to reversing the shrinking, and his normally very limited vocabulary begins to approach Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness.
- It's All About Me: Oren.
- Noodle Incident: "If Ms. O offers to send you to Blobsylvania to count blobs, DO. NOT. GO." Subverted in that we get to see a clip of Oren and Olaf counting blobs.note
- Perpetual Smiler: Olaf is almost always happy and excited, which sometimes gets on Oren's nerves.
- The Reveal: Olaf is a werewolf
- Sarcastic Clapping: In Blob On the Job.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Olive and Otto.
- Those Two Guys: Agents who appear every so often to annoy our heroes.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Olaf loves potatoes.
- True Companions: Really do care for each other.
- Cute and Psycho: Orchid is to be feared.
- The Dreaded: Just hearing they have to deal with her can make Otis groan.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: She loves them.
- Little Miss Snarker: Always has something vaguely rude/insulting to say.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: She and Otis aren't fond of each other.
Agents Octavia and Oz
Octavia, another agent, will appear here and there in Season One. She is not the smartest tool in the shed, but always tries to be helpful. Her partner, Oz, is only seen in flashbacks, and for good reason.
- The Ditz: Agent Octavia. She doesn't always understand things.
- Invisibility: Agent Oz, thanks to looking at a gadget the wrong way.
- Nice Girl: Is there to help, even if she doesn't know what's she's doing.
- Bond Villain Stupidity: Ohlm was so focused on getting revenge on Odd Squad an creating a black hole, that he didn't stop to think about himself getting sucked into his own black hole. He could have used a get away vehicle or something to escape his own doom.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: While looking dumb, he is still a good agent and succeeds in getting the remote back.
- Evil All Along: Revealed to have been plotting to take down Odd Sqad since he started working here, because he wasn't made a Mr. O immediately upon graduating the academy.
- Foil: To Olympia. Both of them were excellent students at the Odd Squad Academy. But while Olympia was happy to just be an agent, Ohlm wanted to become the Big O immediately. This resulted in him plotting to take over Odd Squad.
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: When Ohlm reveals his true colors in the Season 2 finale, he puts on a pair of glasses.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: He used his dumbness to hide his real plans to destroy Odd Squad.
- Repetitive Name: His full name is Ohlm Ohlm.
- Ungrateful Bastard: You'd think that Ohlm would have been grateful that the agents were willing to save his life after they found out his true colors, but no, he continues threating to destroy the company after they closed his black hole and doesn't even thank them. Yeah, he had that grounding coming.
- Walking Spoiler: He's been faking his ditziness to help villains to sabotage his precinct, so he could manipulate events to get Ms. O fired and destroy Odd Squad.
- You Are Grounded: Is grounded by his parents when defeated by Ms. O.
- The Dreaded: All you have to do is mention his name, and the agents will scream in his presence.
- Hypocritical Humor: He complains nobody can understand his sister.
- Meaningful Name: Obfuscate.
- Nice Hat: Agent Obfusco can make soup in his.
- Stealth Pun: Agent Obfusco has a plant named... Robert.
- Talkative Loon: Agent Obfusco speaks almost exclusively in Meaningless Meaningful Words, Insane Troll Logic,Word Salad Philosophy, and Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness. Without his mustache, he talks normally.
- Catchphrase: "Trust me, I'm a doctor".
- Also "WHAT'S NEXT??".
- The Comically Serious: She is less prone to acting silly, and gets down to business. Her abrupt deadpan and straight face contrast with everyone else's behavior, making her funny.
- I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: Dr. O is always reminding everyone that she's a doctor.
- Put on a Bus: Departs for the Odd Squad Space Station in "Doctor O, Party Time, Excellent."
- Super Doc: The only one at #13579, and knows how to treat both oddities and normal illnesses.
- Trust Me, I'm an X: She says stuff like this often.
- Absurdly Dedicated Worker: In The Movie, Odd Squad is shut down. However, Oscar and Ms. O discover that's she's still cooking and making food there.
- The Comically Serious: Even more than Doctor O: her Emotionless Girl tendencies mixed with her sarcasm make her hilarious to viewers, though scary to her teammates.
- Crazy-Prepared: Always keeps pudding on hand in case of a invisible dinosaur invasion. It was even in her video guide.
- Creepy Monotone: Speaks in one.
- Deadpan Snarker: Many of her lines are sarcastic, and she's actually deadpan.
- Emotionless Girl: You'll get no reaction from her.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Makes unreasonable demands in Oksana's Kitchen Nightmare (like multiple bars of gold) but it's revealed that she needs the items to get the best food for the squad.
- Team Chef: Until "The New Dr. O," she is the sole cook of #13579. Whether she is a Supreme Chef or Cordon Bleugh Chef is unknown, though evidence points to the former.
- Fluffy Tamer: His expertise extends to frightening animals, and cares for them as well.
- Friend to All Living Things: He is very fond of creatures and will risk his life to give one the chance of survival.
- Mellow Fellow: So laid-back it's amazing he doesn't slide out of his chair onto the floor.
- Nature Lover: Comes with his love of animals.
- The Watson: Ends up having to ask the questions, such as in A Case of the Sillies where he needs to know about measurement quantities.
- Affably Evil: He can be a nice person, and is generally amicable to Olive and Otto.
- Arc Number: His agent number is 43, and that number appears multiple times in the series.
- Benevolent Boss: For an arrogant, chaos loving villain, he's very nice to his minions.
- Chaotic Evil: He wants to cause odd things to happen For the Evulz.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Being odd can do this to you.
- Control Freak: As a gardener.
- The Dreaded: Before his origins were revealed, many agents avoided talking about him.
- Even Evil Has Standards: in the Season 1 finale, he got freaked out by all the odd creatures released by Otto.
- FaceHeel Turn: He was a good agent until he decided to make oddness instead.
- Fallen Hero: See The Paragon Always Rebels.
- Hero's Evil Predecessor: Is this to Otto, being Olive's former partner.
- Invincible Hero: Was this before his FaceHeel Turn. He could solve any case.
- Jerkass: He was a jerk to Olive before he became evil, criticizing her habit of writing on her notebook to solve problems and calling her "Scribbles."
- Odd Name Out: All the other agents' have names starting with "O," his starts with "T."
- The Paragon Always Rebels: He was Ms. O's best agent until he decided oddness was better.
- Reformed, but Not Tamed: Shows a bit of his former self as a gardener.
- Skunk Stripe: A large one white one through his brown hair.
- Sci-Fi Bob Haircut: Hers is bright blue.
- Shapeshifter Baggage: Though she is said to retain the same weight, she has been seen to turn into things like a rocket and butterfly and still fly away.
- Shapeshifter Default Form: A humanoid with a bob cut and bright white pictures as a body.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She does, in a Sci-Fi Bob Haircut.
- Affably Evil: Are generally polite to the squad.
- Anti-Villain: Many of the villains are polite and cordial, and are only evil because of their oddness. For example, Mr. Lightning is willing to help Otis with his gift for Olympia, and Tiny Dancer is an environmentalist.Oscar: Are you sure you're a villain?
- Chaotic Evil: Want to make as much oddness as possible.
- Electric Black Guy: Mr. Lightning.
- Expy: The Puppymaster is an obvious reference to Cruella De Vil
- Freudian Excuse: Fladam hates cubes because he stepped on a block as a child and it hurt.
- Full-Name Basis: Fladam, Destroyer of Cubes.
- Harmless Villain: Both averted and played straight. It depends which one.
- Shock and Awe: Again, Mr. Lightning.
- Time Master: The aptly named Father Time.
- To Create a Playground for Evil: The main goal of villains is to make the world more odd.
- Villain Team-Up: They have teamed up multiple times. They still fail.
- Villains Out Shopping: They do other stuff, like have lunch and take the bus.
- Weaponized Headgear: Brad Hatter attacks people by throwing hats at them.
- Wicked Toymaker: Evil Teddy, who has evil teddy bears.