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- Played by: James NewmanBritish Counterpart: Tony StonemCentric episode: "Tony"
- Played by: Rachel ThevenardBritish counterpart: Michelle RichardsonCentric episode: "Michelle"
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: How she sees her mother.
- Hot-Blooded: See her reaction when she finds out she has an STD.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: As the principal points out during Michelle's episode, Michelle is very intelligent and gifted, but dumbs herself down to attract boys and hard-partying friends.
- Selective Obliviousness: She's pretty much the only one who doesn't know Tony's been cheating on her.
- Played by: Daniel FlahertyBritish counterpart: Sid JenkinsCentric episode: "Stanley"
- A Date with Rosie Palms: In Tony's episode and again in Cadie's episode, this time on Michelle's bed while holding her teddy bear.
- Dumbass Teenage Son: Considered by his father to be this.
- The Precious, Precious Car: Steals his father's car only for it to blow up after being caught driving without a license, although it's actually The Alleged Car and it was precious for sentimental reason.
- Played by: Jesse CarrereBritish Counterpart: Chris MilesCentric episode: "Chris"
- Expy: While the other Skins US characters have been developed beyond their British inspirations somewhat, he remains essentially a direct copy of the original Chris, if a bit meaner.
- Hot for Teacher
- Life of the Party: Relative to the other characters, that is. Though at least one person thinks it's an Informed Attribute.
- The Stoner
- Played by: Britne OldfordBritish Counterpart: "Cassie Ainsworth"Centric episode: "Cadie"
- Played by: Sofia Black D'EliaBritish Counterpart: Maxxie OliverCentric episode: "Tea"
- All Gays Are Promiscuous: Tea isn't interested in a relationship; she just wants sex.
- In the Blood: Turns out her grandmother is also a lesbian, or at least bisexual.
- It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Her name is pronounced TAY-uh, not like the drink.
- The Mafia: It's implied that her dad is a member.
- No Bisexuals: Many have pointed out that having Tea come out as bisexual would be a great solution to the Tony/Tea/Betty triangle, appeasing both Tea/Tony shippers and queer fans upset about the show resorting to an offensive cliche. However, Word of God has confirmed that she is a lesbian, not bisexual, and her interest in Tony is strictly friendly and she's just confused. Um, okay...
- Twofer Token Minority: Lesbian and (half-)Jewish.
- Played by: Camille Crescencia-MillsBritish Counterpart: Jal FazerCentric episode: "Daisy"
- Elegant Classical Musician: Like Jal, although Daisy plays the trumpet.
- Friends with Benefits: With Abbud, though the moment slightly hints at something more.
- Only Sane Woman: Like her British counterpart, Daisy tends to play this role - though she is a bit wilder than Jal was.
- Race Lift: Jal was Black; Daisy is Latina (though she looks more Filipina than she does Latina, as Camille is half-Filipina).
- Their First Time: She and Abbud lose their virginity to each other in her Season 1 episode.
- Played by: Ron MustafaaBritish Counterpart: Anwar KharralCentric episode: "Abbud"
- All Guys Want Cheerleaders: Has a thing for Tea.
- Friends with Benefits: How his relationship with Daisy starts out.
- Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: Why he went to Tea's "Big Gay Night Out." Was disappointed when they turned out to be much more interested in each other than in the dudes like him looking on.
- Nature Abhors a Virgin: Not anymore apparently, as of Daisy's Season 1 episode.
- Played by: Eleanor ZichyBritish Counterpart: Effy StonemCentric episode: "Eura"
- In the Blood: Likes the ladies, just like her granddaughter.
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- Played by: Anatasia PhillipsBritish counterpart: AngieCentric episodes: "Tina"