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Jack Harmon (Created by Soulless Warlock)

The eponymous character in the universe and the protagonist of the See It My Way series, which covers the first three seasons of the show. He can best be described as Jesse St. James on steroids and wants nothing more than to become a star of stage and screen. He is talented, but arrogant as hell and is not afraid to tell the members of New Directions what he is thinking at all times.

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Mitchell Mason (Created by Zero Ben)


  • Adorkable: While every one of the OCs have these moments, Mitchell deserves a special mention just for being himself.
  • Alliterative Name: His full name is Mitchell Marcus Mason
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: He may not suffer from ADD or ADHD, but this guy gets distracted at the worst possible times.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: The Sectionals chapter of A Different Point of View, Part One is a great example of this.
  • Dogged Nice Guy
  • Original Character
  • Relationship Upgrade: His relationship with Quinn gets one of these at the end of A Different Point of View, Part I and continues into the sequel.
  • Running Gag: He tends to space out a lot and miss things and him and Michelle always seem to fall over whenever they're in each other's presence.

Dylan Armstrong (Created by Cola Flavoured Sherbet)


Daniel Lawson (Created by Gone Rampant; adopted by Soulless Warlock)


Jennifer "Jenn" Mc Graw (Created by Cola Flavoured Sherbet)


Alex Hawthorne (Created by Cola Flavoured Sherbet)


Michelle Grayson (Created by Zero Ben)


Trevor Rayburn (Created by Soulless Warlock)

Ridley Mayhew (Created by 100YardDash)


  • Affectionate Pickpocket: Though she's only done it once on screen, her mother has indicated that this is Ridley's favorite way to steal from people.
  • Badass Bookworm: Despite how she appears, Ridley is extremely well-read and has a brown belt in judo.
  • Berserk Button: God help you if you make a blonde joke or say anything nasty about her loved ones in her presence.
  • Disappeared Dad: A major plot arc for her in Season Five.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When she pickpockets, Ridley almost exclusively targets who are clearly wealthy or are insufferably rude. She also refuses to target anyone who might be down on their luck.
  • Excessive Evil Eye Shadow
  • Geek Reference Pool
  • Original Character
  • Perky Goth
  • Running Gag: There are a handful of them, which include...
    • Many people seem to think that her name is Ripley or Rigby. One person even thought her name was Rugby.
    • She's not allowed to leave any of her friends' apartments without emptying her pockets first.
  • Shipper on Deck: She started shipping Jack and Rachel almost as soon as she met them.
  • Shout-Out: Ridley has stated at least once that she couldn't sew if her life depended on it, unlike a certain character that Momsen used to play.
  • Sticky Fingers: When she's stressed, Ridley will steal useless objects from people (mostly shiny things like keys but she's also been known to swipe pens or paper clips).

Minor Characters

Kristopher Harmon (Created by Soulless Warlock)


Dr. Latham


Ethan Pressman


Diane Harmon


Harrison Rayburn


Elizabeth Carey


Henderson


Joshua Lawson


Elise Mayhew (Created by 100YardDash)


  • Evil Matriarch: The fact that she's a highly-respected criminal notwithstanding, Elise has no problem using the people in her life (including her daughter) if the ends justify the means.
  • My Beloved Smother: She desperately wants Ridley to follow in her footsteps and become a thief worthy of the history books. She's also in complete denial over the fact that her daughter is trying to reform and become legitimate.
  • Mrs. Robinson: Ever since her first appearance, she unabashedly flirted with Jack and later slept with him during The Back-Up Plan.
  • Original Character
  • Really Gets Around: Her sexual history is surprisingly extensive. Really, it's no wonder that her daughter had three possible fathers.
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