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    James R. 
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The main narrator of the Odd ones Out. A friendly individual who likes animals.

     Faith R. 
James' twin sister.

  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Appears to be more moral than James and is blonde.
  • Nice Girl: She took the blame so James wouldn't have to suffer their mom's M&M torture.
  • Out of Focus: She doesn't appear in videos as often as she used to.
  • Poke the Poodle: When James jokingly called her an idiot and had to pay her fifty cents, she felt bad and called him an "unpleasant person" so that she could pay him back.
  • The Ace: James mentions that she was better than him at different stuff, such as speaking French, drawing, etc.

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     Baby James 
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James' depiction of his childhood/childhood in general.

  • Easily Impressed: A cartoon that "only moves" gets his attention in "Movies I Found Weird".

    Supreme 
A character seen in "Buying Clothes". A Take That! at RiceGum.

  • The Bully: He believes kids' self worth should be over how much money they have.
  • Jerkass: Oh boy.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Clearly based off of Ricegum, to the point where he’s addressed by Ricegum’s real name (Bryan).
  • Take That!: Serves as one to RiceGum

    James's other sister 
James and Faith's older sister.

    Luke R. 
James' older and only brother.

    James's dad 

  • Good Parents: Him and his wife always had good intentions. While they could be strict, they clearly loved their kids and always had their best interests at heart.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: In James's childhood book "I Do Not Like This Family", he manages to diagnose James with kidney failure by putting his hand on James's shoulder. Averted in the real world as far as we know.
  • The Medic: In "I Do Not Like This Family", James's childhood book, he was a doctor who could diagnose patients seemingly by magic. Averted in the real world, where he's not even a doctor.

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    Janette R. (James's mother) 

  • Good Parents
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: May have seemed to be a bit mean (spanking James, taking his M&Ms, etc) but James himself calls her a "great mom". She enjoys embarrassing her kids but clearly has their best interests at heart.

     James' Grandmother 
  • Cool Old Lady
  • Nice Lady: James' said that her grandmother is known as "the nicest person on the planet". She once let a random stranger who was just a door to door salesman in, poured him a drink, and had an extremely friendly conversation with him because he knew he was on his feet a lot.

    James's "pregnant female dog" teacher 
A teacher mentioned in "Peeing Yourself" who James did not like.

  • Jerkass: Wouldn't let James go to the bathroom and wouldn't let Faith stay in her wheelchair when her back was injured.
  • Morning Sickness: Threw up in a bin because she was pregnant.
  • Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Is illustrated throwing up once.

     Ms. Kool-Aid 
James's special-needs teacher.

     Georgie 
James's dog. She sadly passed away around Christmas 2017.

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     James's dead hamsters 
Several hamsters owned by James but then they died: Squeaks, Squeaks II, Killer, Pumpkin Seed and the Three Amigos.

     Harry 
A moth James and Faith had as a pet.

     Mr. Poe 
James's poetry teacher.

  • The Eeyore: Was so gloomy, that James used to think he was depressed.
  • Flat Joy: Seemed gloomy, but talked about how each day got better.


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