A pink-haired, energetic, self-expressive pre-teen fly whose dream is to become a superstar. Despite her selfish ways, she does have a heart of gold.
- Adorkable: She's energetic, has pink hair, and three cute little freckles on her puffy cheeks.
- Aesop Amnesia: Maggie has to learn the same lesson over and over again.
- Affectionate Nickname: She tends to be called "Mags".
- Ambiguously Bi: Although Maggie has no doubt been attracted to boys, in "The Candidate" she shows a sign of affection toward Mariah Monarch when the latter takes off her glasses and even calls her 'beautiful' upon seeing her in this state. It doesn't help that an angelic orchestra plays during that scene either.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Aldrin occasionally views her as one, whenever he's minding his own business and not going out of his way to pick on her.
- Anti-Hero: She can be quite a Nominal Hero in fact. While she's the protagonist and often saves the day, more often than not there's some selfish motive.
- Attention Whore: Desperately wants steal the spotlight and be noticed by the world.
- Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Her two younger siblings often act as a nuisance to her and she isn't afraid to express her disdain for them, but deep down she really cares for them and has gone out of her way to support them numerous times.
- Badass Adorable: She defeats the giant, killer raccoon terrorizing Stickyfeet in the climax of "Racooooon!"
- Be a Whore to Get Your Man: Tries this to swoon her tutor Troy in "Hot for Tutor".
- Big Sister Instinct: She does care about Pupert and Bella despite the trouble the two cause her and will always go out of her way to help them.
- Blackmail: Maggie sometimes uses this as a method of manipulation.
- Book Dumb: Not so good in the art of academics, yet clever and manipulative.
- Born Unlucky: She has to live with overprotective parents who don't regularly let her have any fun, has two annoying younger siblings and a Big Brother Bully to deal with, attends an unfair and strict school, is frequently harassed by Dawn for simply being less popular than her, and is a frequent victim of Yank the Dog's Chain.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Often whines about her parents not letting her do what she wants despite their justification and authority. She'll also sometimes use Puppy-Dog Eyes to persuade them.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: She's not as stupid as her logic would make you think; she's just too lazy and unmotivated to pay attention in school.
- Broken Aesop: Delivers one at the end of "The Candidate", where she says that people shouldn't be judged based on their appearance, yet Mariah would not have had a boyfriend if it weren't for her makeover, plus she doesn't revert to her original appearance in later episodes.
- Buffy Speak: She typically adds 'tacious' at the end of words to make new ones.
- Butt-Monkey: A lot of episodes have Maggie suffer some form of bad luck, be it annoyance at the hands of her younger siblings, bullying from the local Alpha Bitch or her older brother, overprotectiveness from her parents, or just bad luck in general.
- Can't Get Away with Nuthin': Any time Maggie finds a loophole around authority, karma will always come back to hit her in the face at the end of the episode.
- Catchphrase: "Fantascious!"
- Cloudcuckoolander: The theme song describes her as being strange because "that's just the way [she is]."
- Cool Big Sis: Can be one when she drops her selfishness, most notably to Pupert in "Pieface", where she stands up for him after he delivers a brutal speech about society's ignorance of children's morality.
- Comically Missing the Point: She does this a lot.
Rayna: Didn't your parents say you were too young to see The Flyinator?Maggie: Yes, but they said I could see it when I'm older, and technically I am older now than I was when they said that.
- There's this exchange between her and Rayna in "The Flyinator":
Chauncey: Having a slumber party while we're away is just not a good idea.Maggie: You're right! It's not a good idea; it's a great idea!
- And this one between her parents in "Slumber Party":
- Cosmic Plaything: The world seems to dedicate its time to making Maggie suffer in various ways.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite her general ignorance, she at times can be quite heroic.
- Deadpan Snarker: She has the occasional delivery of sarcasm.
- Everyone Has Standards: Despite being a fly and thus having a fondness for disgusting things, she hesitates to massage a patient's nasty feet in "Honey Stripers".
- Fangirl: Of the Flaming Moths.
- Friend or Idol Decision: Goes through this many times throughout the show.
- Gasshole: Has a tendency to burp loudly.
- Genius Ditz: She has a frequency to comically miss the point and isn't very knowledgeable in school subjects, yet seems to be clever when it comes to utilizing the methods of manipulation and loopholes, even if her attempts backfire on her.
- Genki Girl: She's a very energetic, hyperactive, cute fly girl.
- Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: She's into music, fashion, shopping, and hanging with her "gal pals" like most other girls her age. However, she's also into heavy metal, sometimes eats like a pig, belches loudly, and shows extreme aversion to the "stuck-up, rich bitch" form of femininity exhibited by Dawn and her lackeys.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Rayna, her go-to girl.
- High School Hustler: Maggie can exhibit clever methods when it comes to outfoxing authority figures at her school.
- Humanlike Foot Anatomy: She is shown to have human-like feet when Maria Monarch takes off her one of her boots in "The Candidate" to reveal the sole of her left foot, save for the fact that she has four toes instead of five, but it is a cartoon after all. Averted when she is shown barefoot in "Hooligans" and "Club Hopping", as her feet are shown to be more insect-like.
- Idiot Hero: Maggie zig-zags between being the one to save the day or completely neglecting the trouble her family and friends are in to achieve her goals. Nevertheless, she's still The Protagonist.
- It's All About Me: She can be quite bratty and self-entitled.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Her manipulative and selfish ways aside, Maggie is a Nice Girl at heart and knows very well that her family, friends, and their well-being come before her wants. A good example of this is shown in "Bella Con Carny", where she gives up a beloved portrait of the Flaming Moths to save Bella.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Near the end of some episodes, Maggie's Jerk with a Heart of Gold status is usually downplayed in that there was a selfish motive behind her kindness.
- At the end of "Raccoooon!", Maggie still cares about her room missing despite that she saved her family and the whole town of Stickyfeet from a killer raccoon.
- At the end of "Training Places", despite having learned her lesson, Maggie belittles it and still wants the scooter.
- Karma Houdini:
- Maggie doesn't receive any comeuppance for abandoning Bella in "Bella Con Carny". Justified, though, as her parents didn't know that she, Aldrin, and Pupert had taken off to the carnival while they were gone, and returned home before they did to make it look like everything went normal.
- Played With in "Bugtillion", as she doesn't get punished for planning a scheme with Rayna to sabotage Dawn's moment in the spotlight by spilling a bucket of barf on her, but Dawn kind of deserved it for being a jerk to Rayna earlier in the episode and mocking her attempts to join her alliance. Plus, Maggie's mother is usually too much of an Extreme Doormat to punish her kids and admired her daughter's attempt to stand up for a friend.note
- Kids Shouldn't Watch Horror Films: In "The Flyinator", Maggie and Rayna go to see the eponymous horror film. Although Maggie plays it cool at first, she starts to hallucinate all of the film's characters until she confesses to her parents that she saw the movie despite them telling her not to. They don't ground her because they think that the trauma she suffered from the movie was enough punishment.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Maggie usually gets well-deserved revenge at the end of some episodes as a consequence for being a selfish bitch and putting off priorities in favor of fame.
- Loophole Abuse: She cuts corners to achieve her goals and tries to sabotage the "boring" lifestyle that her school and "embarrassing" family brings her.
- Loser Protagonist: She has a bad reputation amongst her school and is a frequent victim of Dawn's alpha-bitchy bullying, in addition to having horrendous luck.
- Manipulative Bitch: Sometimes she'll go to great lengths to manipulate others if it gets her what she wants.
- Misplaced Retribution: Gets blamed for Aldrin's "injuries"note in "Training Places" when it wasn't her fault.
- Naïve Everygirl: The unlucky Loser Protagonist who's frequently targeted by the more pubescent Alpha Bitch.
- Neat Freak: She's so obsessed with keeping her room in good condition in "Raccoooon!" that just one drop of Pupert's ice cream on the carpet is enough to ruin it, so she stretches her tongue out on the floor and makes sure the drop lands on her tongue, eventually kicking Pupert out of the room by blowing her vacuum cleaner in his direction.
- Pink Means Feminine: Has pink hair, wears pink socks and partially pink boots, and is pretty feminine.
- Precocious Crush: Along with Rayna, she develops a crush on her tutor Troy in "Hot for Tutor" and goes to great lengths to show him that she is mature and intelligent enough to go on a date with him.
- Puppy-Dog Eyes: A method she uses for persuasion.
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: When considering her Loser Protagonist and Butt-Monkey statuses, she's bound to be subject to slapstick comedy at one point or another.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Prone to thinking that she has priority over everyone else.
- Spoiled Brat: Part of her self-entitled nature, Maggie tends to throw a fit whenever her way is not handed over to her.
- Super OCD: She overreacts to just one drop of Pupert's ice cream dripping on her rug in her newly organized room and drops down and stretches her tongue out to prevent the ice cream from getting on the floor. Also, her room after being organized looks the same as before it was organized, implying that an extremely specific change had to be made.
- This Loser Is You: She's meant to be relatable to the pre-teen and teenage girl audience in terms of having dreams to become famous that are often sabotaged by school, family, and friends, her overprotective, Amazingly Embarrassing Parents, her annoying younger siblings, her asshole older sibling, her boring, unreasonably strict school, getting blamed for others' wrongdoings, and distancing herself from her embarrassing family in exchange for her reasonable, Fun Personified, sympathetic friends.
- Tomboyish Voice: Courtesy of Jessica DiCicco, Maggie has a deep, nasally voice.
- True Blue Femininity: She wears a sky blue shirt.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: We're supposed to root for her during her most selfish of moments.
- Vocal Dissonance: She has a deep voice for a pre-teen girl.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Whenever it seems as though Maggie has finally achieved her goals, her Throw the Dog a Bone moment is almost always subverted afterward. A good example of this is the episode "Training Day" where she finally receives the scooter she wanted, only for it to be destroyed the following moment.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Or rather pink hair.
- Youthful Freckles: She's a pre-teen and has three freckles on each cheek.
- Voiced by: Brian Doyle-Murray
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Maggie often views him and Frieda as such.
- Good Parents: He loves all of his children and knows what's right for them.
- Nerd Glasses: Sports big, squarish glasses.
- Nice Guy: He's a well-meaning person and loving father.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: The Ugly Guy to Frieda's hot wife. Downplayed, as he isn't really ugly, just geeky.
Maggie's mother and Chauncey's husband, Frieda is a typical stay-at-home mom who does all the house chores and looks after Bella.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Maggie often views her and Chauncey as such.
- Extreme Doormat: Like most housewife characters, she's often very sweet, cheerful, forgiving to abuse and her children's antics, and reluctant to punish them. This is especially shown in "Bugtillion", where she refuses to discipline Maggie despite initiating a plan with Rayna to embarrass and torment her during her moment in the spotlight, on grounds that Maggie was trying to stand up for her best friend.
- Good Parents: To the Pesky children. She's a loving mom and cares for all four of her children no matter what. Downplayed, as she can be too much of an Extreme Doormat to punish them when they deserve it.
- Housewife: Her main occupation is being a stay-at-home wife.
- Nice Girl: Comes with the advantage of being an Extreme Doormat.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: The Hot Wife to Chauncey's Ugly Guy. Downplayed as Chauncey isn't really ugly, just geeky.
Maggie's older brother and the eldest child of the Pesky family, Alrdin is a successful athlete on his school's football team and has a tendency to pick on his younger sister, though really does care for her deep down.
- The Ace: Oh I dont know, if youre the star quarterback and are able to throw a football, only to have the god-like ability to sprint fast enough to catch it yourself at the touchdown line... youre pretty good to say the least.
- He actually combines this with Jerk Jock and Big Brother Bully in his attitude towards younger siblings. He actually cares for Bella, the baby of the family. He's the captain of all the high school sports teams, has at least one in-universe fangirl swooning over him at his Burger Fool job, and his teeth sparkle when he smiles. Deconstructed partly when Maggie wants to get a better part-time job than Aldrin (or at least let everyone think she has). Aldrin discovers the ruse and is FURIOUS that she would lie about her accomplishments when he worked very hard to get where he is (a later episode confirms how insanely hard his sports training routines are), but he still offers to recommend Maggie to the manager once she admits she was wrong. Usually, he's too much of an Aloof Big Brother to even bother giving advice, possibly because he's The Unfavorite in their extended family, as Uncle Jeb blatantly favors Maggie (and later Pupert) and only compliments Aldrin when he realizes that gaining muscle mass means Aldrin can do more work.
- Aloof Big Brother: He doesn't have very positive interactions with his younger siblings and is of little help to give them proper advice.
- Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Despite his teasing and belittling of her, Aldrin really does care about Maggie and vice versa.
- Big Brother Bully: To Maggie, and to a lesser extent Pupert (though it's not uncommon for Aldrin to side with the latter).
- Big Brother Instinct: Aldrin is this to Bella. He becomes really upset when Maggie left her at the carnival in "Bella Con Carny" that "she could be anywhere". Bella is also the only sibling who wins his game when the Pesky family competes for the right to keep her. Lastly, she is the only sibling who Aldrin has never picked on.
- Big Brother Mentor: He occasionally serves as one to Maggie whenever she is stuck in a quandary and needs some advice.
- Chick Magnet: He has a lot of female fans who go crazy for him, as seen in "Training Days".
- The Conscience: Depending on the Writer, whenever he's not being a boastful jerkass, he's acting as the voice of reason to Maggie.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With George, a member on his football team.
- Jerkass Has a Point: His case is sometimes understandable, due to Maggie's lack of common sense.
- In "Le Termite", Aldrin exposes Maggie's lies, getting her in trouble with her boss. When asked why he did it, Aldrin points out that he works hard at his Burger Fool job and earned his family's praise while Maggie lied to make herself look better than him.
- He also has a point in "Training Day" - Maggie did nothing to earn her scooter, relying on Aldrin's athleticism to net her the prize. (And she belittles his skills as being "easy for him" and implies all he has to do to win is show up and "do his little running thing.") While it was wrong of Aldrin to fake an injury, Maggie had already agreed to do his chores for him anyway and by doing the work she should have more appreciation for Aldrin's efforts. Of course, when Aldrin points out that he did what he did to teach her a lesson, she decides that she doesn't like the lesson, and refuses to learn a thing.
- Jerk Jock: He's a muscular guy who's the most popular member of his school's football team, boasts about his achievements, and he likes to bully his younger sister and brother.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He really does care about Maggie, Pupert, and his family in general at the end of the day and his rocky relationship with his two younger siblings is usually playful, harmless teasing that comes with the advantage of being the eldest child.
- Karma Houdini: One of his advantages of using Maggie as The Scapegoat. Mr. and Mrs. Pesky are often softer on him than they are on Maggie, even if Aldrin is the one responsible.
- Karma Houdini Warranty: There are times where he does get what's coming to him.
- Kiddie Kid: Can be this at times.
- At the end of "The Flyinator", he is seen playing with a Prancing Princess (a toddler-marketed princess film) doll that belongs to Pupert, then fighting over the doll with him at the dinner table.
- In "Those Pesky Roaches", when Christmas approaches, he abandons striking with Maggie and Pupert and eagerly runs inside to see if Santa came.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Zig-zagged: Some episodes where he's the main antagonist (e.g. "Funball") will give him a much-deserved comeuppance, while in other episodes (e.g. "Playing Sick"), nothing happens to him at all.
- Narcissist: He's very vain and has a high opinion of himself due to being the quarterback on his football team.
- Only Sane Man: He tends to act as Maggie's voice of reason whenever he's not outright picking on her.
- Playing Sick: Aldrin fakes his broken bone injury in "Training Places" to sabotage Maggie's chance at keeping her scooter and to make her do his chores for him.
- Shout-Out: His name is a reference to Buzz Aldrin, an astronaut.
- Strong Family Resemblance: He looks a lot like his dad.
- The Unfavorite: "Rottingmuck Ranch" reveals that his uncle views him only as free labor on the farm, and that he has consistently been ignored in favor of his younger, cuter siblings during family vacations there (first Maggie, then Pupert is given the "favorite hat" to signify their status above him). He never even fights this until Maggie starts receiving the same treatment and he helps her rebel. Even then, Maggie takes all the credit for their scheme in order to shove him back into the background. At least he's still a Big Shot on Campus.
Maggie's little brother who plays the Annoying Younger Sibling role to her and is a typical, innocently naïve child.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Often comes off as this to Maggie due to his naive nature.
- The Baby of the Bunch: One of the advantages of being the younger member of the family; his occasional Attention Whore and dumbassery moments are excused by his youth and inability to know any better. Not only that, but he's often rewarded and treated as a favorite child by his relatives due to simply being the younger and cuter one.
- Butt-Monkey: From time-to-time, most notably in "Funball", where is used as a basketball by Aldrin.
- Break the Cutie: In "Funball". The most painful of torment is inflicted upon him (see Butt-Monkey).
- Cheerful Child: Pupert is a joyful little boy with never-ending happiness.
- The Cutie: Being The Baby of the Bunch, his naivete and childish innocence make him to be this.
- The Ditz: Pupert isn't very wise. In "The Candidate", Dawn wins the homecoming queen award due to Pupert's misleading calculations.
- Keet: Of the Cheerful Child variety. He's very energetic and hyperactive.
- Kid Has a Point: He goes on a long rant in "Pieface" about how adult society often overlooks the morality of children's ideas.
- Nice Hat: Almost never seen without his cap.
- Puppy Love: Falls in love with a fly named Lucy in "The Price of Fame".
- Yellow Sash of Power: Seen when he becomes hall monitor in "Pieface".
Maggie's baby sister who is still a maggot at state, and the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Pesky.
- A Day in the Limelight: "Sister Act" and "Bella Con Carny"
- Annoying Younger Sibling: To Maggie, more-so than Pupert. She causes Maggie's misfortunes in "Bella Con Carny". Justified, as she's just a baby.
- The Baby of the Bunch: Literally, since she's the youngest child of the Peskys, at only a year old.
- Brainy Baby: "Sister Act" shows her ability to breakdance, ballet, and juggle.
- The Cutie: What do you expect? She's a baby.
- Living Prop: Usually only appears to fill in the extra seat at the Pesky family dinner table. Justified, as she's just a baby and has little to say or do.
- The Unintelligible: Due to being a baby, she only speaks in "goo"s and "ga"s.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She and Maggie are the only known members of the family to have pink hair.
Other kid characters
- Be a Whore to Get Your Man: As with Maggie, she does this to swoon her initial tutor in "Hot for Tutor".
- Black Best Friend: To Maggie.
- Childhood Friend: She and Maggie have been best friends since kindergarten.
- Deadpan Snarker: Maggie's stupidity often causes Rayna to sarcastically mock her.
- Deuteragonist: The second most important character behind Maggie.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Is shown to have had this in kindergarten in a flashback in "Best of Best Friends".
- Girly Girl: She's into music, fashion, shopping, boys etc., just as much as Maggie.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Maggie.
- Hypocrite: Always seems to point out flaws in Maggie's plans when her own have them as well.
- Kids Shouldn't Watch Horror Films: In "The Flyinator", when she and Maggie watch the eponymous film, Rayna gets easily scared within a few seconds and runs out of the theater to see the infantile princess movie that they were deemed too old for.
- Kiddie Kid: As a result of being scared off by The Flyinator, Rayna goes into the theater playing The Prancing Princess—a toddler-marketed film—and openly enjoys it, even buying the dolls for the film's characters and singing the Theme Tune with the other kids.
- Nice Girl: Typically, despite going along with Maggie's stupidity.
- Not So Above It All: She switches between this and Only Sane Woman very often. She tends to oppose Maggie's bad ideas and refuse to listen to her, though will do rebellious, malicious acts if persuaded by her.
- Only Sane Woman: She plays this role to Maggie. She tends to be the rational voice of reason and the quickest to point out her bad ideas and call her out for it. Downplayed, as she tends to switch between this and Not So Above It All.
- Precocious Crush: Along with Maggie, she develops a crush on her initial tutor in the episode "Hot for Tutor" and goes to great lengths to show him that she is mature and intelligent enough to make him go on a date with her.
- Sassy Black Woman: Can come off as very sassy and cheeky. To be expected from a character voiced by Cree Summer.
- The Smart Girl: "Hot for Tutor" shows her to be very knowledgeable in the art of math, acing her test in contrast to Maggie.
- Stocking Filler: She wears fishnets.
- True Blue Femininity: Played With. Her body is blue all over (sans her arms and legs), though in all fairness that color is supposed to represent African-American culture in the show.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has dark blue hair.
A monarch butterfly who moved to Stickyfeet because her father was tired of the whole "South America-to-North America thing". She was nerdy and unpopular at first, but that changed once Maggie and Rayna gave her a makeover.
- A Day in the Limelight: "The Candidate"
- Adorkable: Before her makeover, Mariah is a cute, nerdy monarch butterfly whose social awkwardness and painful naivety make her adorkable.
- All for Nothing: She didn't need to have a makeover because taking off her glasses revealed her to be Beautiful All Along.
- Ambiguous Disorder: She exhibits many traits. She is generally very quiet, introverted, and socially awkward, isn't good at speaking publicly, points out the minor details of the fly anatomy when comparing herself to Maggie, does not care much about her appearance (at least not until her makeover), has a monotone voice and awkard vocal patterns, is one of the few students shown hanging alone after school, has sensitive hearing, gets anxious when under pressure, is very clumsy, jumps up and down whenever excited, and has three Character Tics. Also, one of her idiosyncrasies is that she has never been to a real slumber party before.
- Beautiful All Along: Even before her makeover she is stunningly beautiful, as shown when she takes off her glasses. Her acne clears up and her hairstyle even changes.
- Character Tics: Biting her fingernails, licking her hands, and making nasally oink-like sounds at the end of her sentences.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: Is incredibly clumsy yet adorable.
- Even the Girls Want Her: Maggie shows affection when Maria takes off her glasses, even going as far as to call her 'beutiful'. It doesn't help that an angelic orchestra plays during that scene.
- Living Prop: Was relegated to a background character after her main role in "The Candidate".
- Nerd Glasses: Sports these before her makeover.
- Shrinking Violet: Before meeting Maggie, she was very shy and insecure.
- Youthful Freckles: A trait she has before her makeover.
The most popular girl at Stickyfeet Middle, Dawn is an Alpha Bitch who rivals Maggie and Rayna and has dreams of becoming a celebrity. She has two other popular blonde girls who back her up.
- Acquired Situational Narcissism: This is one of the reasons why she dreams of becoming a celebrity: to excuse her disregard for others.
- Alpha Bitch: She is the most popular girl at Stickyfeet Middle and the leader of her Girl Posse.
- Beauty Is Bad: She may be the prettiest girl at school but she's a self-centered Alpha Bitch who does no acts of kindness whatsoever.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She acts as sweet as sugar when being Mr. Pestrip's principal aide, deceiving him into believing that she's a Nice Girl who does nothing wrong.
- Blatant Lies: She tells these all the time to get away with her actions. Just look at this exchange from "The Usual Insects":Rayna: Don't you think you'd remember if Maggie pulled a phony fire drill?
Peststrip: I suppose so. Tell you what. I'll check with my new office aide. Dawn, could you come in here a moment, please?
Dawn: Yes, your principal-ness, sir?
Peststrip: Oh, my. (clears throat) Uh, I need to know if there have been any unauthorized changes to the permanent record of late.
Dawn: (sweetly) Not that I know of, sir.
Maggie: She's lying! She put those totally untrue things into our records!
Maggie: Sir, Dawn's responsible.
Peststrip: Dawn, is this true?
Dawn: Gosh, I don't know. Maybe you should check my permanent record.
Peststrip: Hm. Hm. It says her, "Dawn would never change a permanent record." Well, I guess that settles it.
- The Bully: Due to being the Alpha Bitch, she's prone to harassing Maggie and Rayna and calling them names.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She makes a cameo as a nameless background character in "The Science Whatchamacallit".
- Everyone Loves Blondes: She has a lot of admirers.
- Girl Posse: Leads one of two other popular girls.
- It's All About Me: She's full of herself.
- Jerkass: She's a snooty, selfish, stuck-up, and cold-hearted to people "below" her.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Bad things happen to her unexpectedly, and it serves her right for being a stuck-up bitch.
- At the end of "Scum Bites", she buys an incredibly large boom box that, upon blasting high-volumed music, flings her into a building with the pressure of its speakers.
- In "Bugtillion", her moment in the spotlight is sabotaged by Rayna and Maggie spilling a bucket of barf on her, which she deserved due to picking on and mocking Rayna at the beginning of the episode.
- Meaningful Name: Dawn Swatworthy
- Pink Means Feminine: She wears a light pink skirt.
- The Rival: To Maggie and Rayna.
- Sadist: She gets her kicks out of seeing Maggie and Rayna unhappy.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: She becomes Homecoming Queen in "The Candidate" due to Pupert's misleading calculations.
Two twin beetles who seem to be the school's nerdiest kids.
A geeky kid at Buzzdale Academy who constantly brings up his gym shorts. He has a notable crush on Dawn and is desperate for her attention, much to Dawn's disgust.
- Abhorrent Admirer: To Dawn.
- Butt-Monkey: He's not the most popular kid at school... His geekiness and unkempt appearance oftentimes makes him a target for bullies.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He mostly exists to randomly bring up his gym shorts, right down to his name.
- Running Gag: Him bringing up his gym shorts.
- Stalker with a Crush: To Dawn.
- Youthful Freckles: Sports these of the geeky variety.
Aldrin's best friend and fellow football team member. He's not the exactly the brightest...
- Dirty Coward: In "The Flyinator", when Aldrin lets out a simple "Boo", George becomes dead scared and runs out of the movie theater.
- The Ditz: His intelligence is lacking.
- Dumb Jock: Despite his achievements in football, he's a complete dumbass.
- Fat Best Friend: To Aldrin.
- Fat Idiot: He's not what you'd call the brightest.
- Gasshole: He lets out a large, powerful burp in "The Hangout" after eating dozens of pizza. This happens not once, but twice.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Aldrin.
- Third-Person Person: He usually refers to himself in third person.
A ladybug girl who transferred to Buzzdale Academy. She is very disrespectful towards flies, pompous, and likes to think that she's better than everyone else.
- Alpha Bitch: She puts herself above flies and holds a grudge against them.
- The Bully: Towards all the flies.
- Fantastic Racism: She discriminates against flies for their idiosyncrasies in contrast to ladybugs, even going as far as forcing the flies to wear ladybug wings.
- Jerkass: She could rival Dawn when it comes to being bitchy. She's pompous, disrespectful to flies, snooty, selfish, and completely full of herself.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Maggie reveals that she lied about her "luxurious" lifestyle and that her dad is a mayor of a fast-food restaurant.
- One-Shot Character: Only appears in "Ladybugged".
- Rich Bitch: Or so she claims... Maggie reveals her claims of having a rich lifestyle to be a fraud at the end.
- Small Name, Big Ego: She thinks she's better than everyone else.