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Main Trio


The current active W.O.O.H.P. spy team composed of Sam (green), Clover (red), and Alex (gold).

  • All There in the Manual: Aside from Sam, the girls' surnames are never revealed in the actual show. The official Totally Spies YouTube channel uploaded three compilation videos based on the girls with their respective last names in the description. Officially they are:
    • Samantha Simpson
    • Clover Ewing
    • Alexandra Vasquez
  • Action Girl: They seem to take turns being competent, but all three are this in spades. Sam often leads the team, displays the best hand-to-hand combat skills and gets kidnapped least. Clover combines this with Action Fashionista. Alex usually serves as the heavy hitter, and is also the most athletic of the three.
  • Ace Pilot: They are spies who save the world and have all shown that they can fly an aircraft. One of the most notable is Alex steering a crashing spaceship away from a city.
  • Aerith and Bob: Sam, Alex, and...Clover.
  • Badass Adorable: They are beautiful teens and deadly at the same time.
  • Bare Midriffs Are Feminine: All three of them regularly wear midriff-baring outfits, and they are all teenage girls with girly interests.
  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn:
    • Sam is the studious one, Clover is the fashion and beauty obsessed one, and Alex is the athletic one, participating on several school sports teams.
    • During missions this gets played with. Sam is the one who tries to think about the motives for the crime they're looking into and analyzing a scene. Clover is notably more likely to smash and hit her way out of a situation (sometimes with her feet, othertimes with an object), whereas Alex is more versatile.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Clover is blonde, Alex has black hair, and Sam is a redhead. And the picture even has them in order!
  • Boobs of Steel: All three of them are fairly busty Depending on the Artist and each has shown off a surprising feat of strength. Out of the three, Alex would qualify the most as she's the most athletic.
  • Butt-Monkey: All three girls, to the point they tended to each fall victim to a particular scheme pattern as a Running Gag, (all three girls would sometimes suffer them too, but if only one was targeted it tended to involve their respective theme) and it actually somewhat ties in with the beauty, brains, brawn dynamic to an extent:
    • Sam, the brainy level headed one, was often victim to intelligence or personality altering schemes like brainwashing or amnesia.
    • Clover, the vain girly one who cares the most about her looks, was often victim to Forced Transformation schemes, getting transformed, shrunk, aged, etc.
    • Alex, the sporty free spirited one, was often victim to standard kidnapping schemes, being the most recurrently Bound and Gagged.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: Sam (green), Clover (red) and Alex (yellow). They are later joined by Britney (blue).
  • Combat Stilettos: They wear heels with their spy outfits.
  • Depending on the Artist: The girls' figures and their catsuits changes from season to season with some seasons portraying them as very slender and flat-chested while others portrayed them with more curvaceous figures and more notable (bigger) busts. Their catsuits also change how shiny they are supposed to be.
  • Dude Magnet: They tend to attract a lot of men.
  • Four-Girl Ensemble:
    • Played with when Britney joins the team. Clover is the glamour-obsessed girly one, Sam is the mature Team Mom, but Alex fits both the tomboyish one and the naive one at the same time, while Britney is The Generic Girl meets The Ace.
    • They have a slightly different dynamic when they interact with Mandy: Clover is the ditz, Alex is the tomboy, Sam is still the mature Team Mom, and Mandy is the glamour-obsessed Alpha Bitch.
  • Freudian Trio:
    • Superego: Sam — intellectual, calculating, level-headed.
    • Id: Clover — shopaholic, boy-crazy, short-tempered.
    • Ego: Alex — the most normal and plain of the three.
  • Girly Bruiser: All three main agents tend to fall into this, as well as Sixth Ranger Britney. Clover plays the trope the straightest as she's the most feminine of the lead female characters.
  • Imagine Spot: Mandy is such a Jerkass to them that they, especially Clover, tend to imagine doing terrible things to her.
  • Legacy Character: They are the second Spy team after the first one was captured during a mission and never heard from again.
  • Lovely Angels: Makes sense, considering who they're based on. The Beauty, Brains, and Brawn version.
  • Ms. Fanservice: All three of them, four if you include Britney, are young and athletic-built women in skintight catsuits who frequently wear outfits that show off their good looks.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Alex is the nice one, Clover is the Lovable Alpha Bitch (in contrast to the series' Alpha Bitch Mandy), and Sam is the leader and mediator.
  • No Full Name Given: Their last names are usually never mentioned.
  • Rank Up: In "Evil Promotion Much?" they're promoted to Super Spy rank.
  • Spy Catsuit: Brightly colored ones. With heels.
  • The Three Faces of Eve:
    • Sam is the wife as she is the most responsible one of the team and acts as the de facto leader.
    • Clover is the seductress, focused on appealing to boys via her beauty.
    • Alex is the child, as she's the youngest of the trio, the least concerned with grades or dating. and is often times depicted as being a bit inept at talking to boys.
  • Town Girls:
    • Neither: Sam, who while conscientious of her image and athletic, is not defined by either.
    • Femme: Clover, who is obsessed with her beauty, shopping, and will complain about breaking a nail on a mission.
    • Butch: Alex, as she is the most sporty and athletic of the bunch.
  • True Companions: Even 20 years in the future in 2025, they still live together - much to the dismay of their younger 2005 counterparts in "Futureshock!", who realize that means they're still single in their thirties.
  • Womanchild: While this is downplayed. Season 6 shows them acting like High School students, despite being in college.
  • Vague Age: The birth order is Sam, Clover, then Alex. The official Instagram page has a post that stated that the girls were born somewhere around the 80's. Judging by fact that the first episode aired in 2001, the spies were born between 1983 to 1987. Give or take.
    • However season 4 has Boogie Gus use a machine that makes everyone look like their 80s selves. While Jerry who was a grown man at the time gets a slightly younger face and his hair back! The girls unlike Jerry age into 12 year olds before they age down so far they eventually cease to exist. Which would put their birth in the early 90s at the time of that episode.
    • Season 6 only implies the girls started a new semester at Mali-U telling us, despite the time skip, everyone has only aged about a year and a half since that time with Boogie Gus. While the girls are in college now and it's possible they were High School seniors in season 4 and since season 6 took a time skip (putting the show in 2013/2014) without aging the characters so many years. That now puts the girls' birth somewhere in the mid 90s.
    • They started the series at 15 during the movie, sophomore year (Alex has her learner's permit). They were 16 during seasons 1, 2, 3 (the junior year is a long one). They became seniors at 17 and we know this because the girls still have to follow their mothers' rules. They graduate High School at 18 and become college students not long after. Season 6 still likely 18 but if they're sophomores they all become 19.

    Samantha "Sam" Simpson
Voiced by: Jennifer Hale; Lottie Hellingman (Dutch dub), Rozina Prendi (Albanian dub), Csondor Kata (Hungarian dub), Ranya Marwa (Arabic dub) (Season 1-2), Naoko Matsui (Japanese dub)

Samantha Simpson (more commonly called "Sam") has long red hair, emerald green eyes and a green catsuit. She's the most intelligent and practical girl in the group. She pursues a Journalism major at University.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Her friends, mainly Alex, sometimes call her "Sammy."
  • Alliterative Name: In one episode, she presents herself as "Samantha Simpson." The show's Youtube channel would present this as her real name.
  • Badass Bookworm: The first OP has her expertly using a chemistry kit as Clover and Alex watch her in amazement. While at the same time, she is able to fight off the random villains that the trio encounter just as effectively as her partners. AND she also manages to get and keep excellent grades at school (she's mentioned as being a straight-A student).
  • Beware the Nice Ones: You do not want to get her angry.
  • Book Smart: It's mentioned that she's one of the best students in Beverly Hills High School history.
  • Braids of Action: Temporarily, during the Gladiator episode.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: A Running Gag in the show is that she winds up like this on a routine basis.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The most sarcastic of the group. She sometimes gets annoyed by Alex and Clover's comments and actions and will reply with a sarcastic remark or joke. One example was in "Futureshock!". The cheerleaders were doing a routine and Mandy fell off the human pyramid and everyone gasped. While Alex noted that the fall obviously was not a part of the routine, Sam suggested that it be worked in.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Eats a hot towel while at a sushi restaurant, and seems to enjoy it. However, in her defense, the villains had recently stolen her intelligence with their Stupidity-Inducing Attack, so she at least thought it was food.
  • First Gray Hair: One episode had Sam finding a gray hair in her head (unusual, considering she's a teenager, but not thoroughly impossible) and she spent much of the rest of the episode worrying about her age and seeming young. The Aesop of the episode, as delivered by a Cool Old Lady: "It's not how old you are, it's how you are being old!" Although it ends up being a Broken Aesop. Turns, out it was just some gray paint that Sam deduces must have somehow gotten in her hair when she was working on an art project using gray-colored paint.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Not to the extent of Mandy, but in a season 5 episode, "The Granny", it was mentioned that Sam's favorite color is purple.
  • Growling Gut: Thanks to going on a hunger strike in "I, Dude", the growling of her empty stomach becomes a recurring annoyance to Clover and Alex.
  • Hypocrite:
    • One Season 3 episode has her acting like a super neat-freak and constantly nagging the girls to clean up the apartment. At the end of the episode we see her room, which is a dump that shows no signs of ever having been cleaned.
    • Also in "Evil Heiress", Sam tries to show that she is above materialism, and putting down Alex and Clover for their wants, but by the end of the episode, she is more than happy to suggest a private island and a yacht for her reward for completing their mission.
  • Idiot Ball: Sometimes; for example, she once willingly "drank" hot cocoa with Alex and Clover by dumping the powder directly into her mouth despite supposedly being the smartest one in the group.
  • Intrepid Reporter: The major that Sam pursues as of Season 6.
  • The Leader: Of the levelheaded variety, she's the one who typically acts as the leader of the trio (especially when it comes to their spy missions, as Sam takes their spy work the most seriously).
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: Downplayed and inverted. Her hair is longer than Alex's and she's slightly more feminine but not by much. With Clover on the other hand, it's the opposite. Clover is way more girly and yet her hair isn't nearly as long as hers.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Has this appeal In-Universe and out. Even when she's turned into a geeky nerd in the episode Super Nerd Much, she's still cute.
  • Not So Above It All: She tries to be the most responsible and mature member of the team, but like her friends she can be boy crazy and can't resist hot fashion trends, she's just more dignified about it. Like Clover, she can also be a little petty and jealous if she has a rival for the object of her desire.
  • Only Sane Woman: Most of the time.
  • Redhead In Green: In her spy outfit, and often in her casual clothes, emphasizing her Irish ancestry.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: A red haired girl with green eyes.
  • The Smart Girl: She's usually the one who takes control over the girls' missions and puts her smarts to use.
  • Team Mom: She's generally the most mature and responsible of the main three.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Samantha" is her real name, but nearly everyone calls her "Sam." Usually the only people who actually call her by her real name are her teachers and occasionally Jerry, while, as mentioned above, Clover and Alex (usually Alex) also sometimes call her "Sammy" (which in itself is kind of tomboyish name).
  • Trademark Favorite Food:
    • She likes sea-food culinary cuisine. Her favorite dish is creamed calamari.
    • Her favorite type of muffin is chocolate chip muffin.
    • Sam also stated that she hates mint in any form of chocolate deserts. As it reminds her of the taste of tooth-paste.
  • TV Genius: Some episodes give her shades of this.
  • Villainous Lineage: All the women descended from her great-great-great-grandmother on her mother's side of the family (presumably the mother of Sam's mother's maternal grandmother) are descendants of the Sisterhood, an ancient order of warrior women dedicated to the metaphorical eradication of men and the literal eradication of women who are not in the Sisterhood.
  • Weak-Willed: Despite her intelligence, her susceptibility to hypnosis, mind-control and brainwashing becomes a Running Gag on the show. Which may be Truth in Television since it's often said people with a higher IQ have the imagination and mental flexibility that makes it easier to hypnotize them.

    Clover Ewing
Voiced by: Andrea Baker; Tamara Zsigmond (Hungarian dub), Ania Bukstein (Hebrew dub), Fily Keita (French dub), Asmahan Beatar (Arabic dub) (Season 1-2), Kazusa Murai (Japanese dub)

Clover Ewing has medium blonde hair, blue eyes and a red catsuit. Probably the show's most stereotypical character, Clover is a shopping addicted, boy crazy, teenage "fashionista". She pursues a Fashion Design-major when she and her friends start college.

  • A Day in the Limelight: With Sam and Alex infatuated by the villain's evil scheme in "Matchmaker", Clover is the one that has to bring him down.
  • Arch-Enemy: Geraldine, and arguably Mandy. Sometimes she has a friendly rivalry with Sam.
  • Allergic to Routine: Clover tends gets bored rather easily. Perhaps this may explain why she has an obsession with boys...
  • Ambition Is Evil: Clover usually tries to get famous. In fact, such a behavior is strongly explicit during the episode "Model Citizens" in which Clover and Mandy compete in a beauty contest. There are many other examples though.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: At least three times, a villain has kidnapped her with the intent of making her his "queen".
    • The black knight villain in "stuck in the middle ages with you", kidnaps her and chooses her as his queen because of her beauty, though he was very sexist and would likely have treated her as another slave than a queen.
    • Dr. Gelee in the episode "The Iceman Cometh" takes her to be his companion and "ice queen".
    • Salty Schooner became smitten with her and tried to force her to become his "pirate queen".
  • Annoying Laugh: In "Super Nerd Much", after being nerdified, she gains the stereotypical "pig snort" laugh.
  • Attack Reflector: Clover gets the "Satellite Dish Pen" in "Super Nerd Much?" which she uses in the climax, to reflect the green energy beam of the Cats Eye Emerald back at it.
  • Balloon Belly: She gets pretty fat in "Passion Patties," after gorging herself on Dr. Bittersweet's cookies. The only way to get rid of the fat was to use an antidote.
  • Berserk Button: Nobody Touches the Hair is one prominent example of setting her off. And don't dare to say that Clover uses clothes bought in a liquidation. It never ends well. She doesn't like being turned down by a guy as well.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: She becomes one in "Passion Patties", becoming comically obese in less than a day and yet still looking beautiful as ever.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: He's not really her father but some of Clover's whining to Jerry's assignments could be compared to a teenager whining about a chore their parents told them to do. Since he's never appeared in the series, it's unknown if Clover acts bratty towards her own father but given her somewhat spoiled nature, it could be probable.
  • Break the Cutie: One episode had her facing rejection from a guy she liked, and she spent the rest of the episode very depressed and even stopped caring about her appearance in the process, which really worried Sam and Alex. She didn't snap out of this funk until the guy reveals that the reason he turned her down is because he already had a girlfriend.
  • Butt-Monkey: She gets this more often than the other girls. A good idea for a drinking game: if you happen to be watching a Totally Spies marathon or are watching the show on DVD, take a drink every time something bad happens to Clover. You won't be sober for long. There are some occasions where Sam or Alex gets this end of the stick, though.
  • Call to Agriculture: She had to visit a farm during "Spies on the Farm".
  • Cat Girl: She became a catgirl in the episode "Wild Style" after being injected with a serum.
  • Characterization Marches On: Before Season 3 explicitly revealed that she was a vegetarian, early episodes would have her willingly eat meat products such as hamburgers.
  • Clothing Damage: This happens A LOT to Clover. This is especially explored during "Attack Of The 50 Foot Mandy".
  • Corrupt the Cutie: This happens to Clover's intern, Tara, due to Clover's influence. She's not seen recovering.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Sometimes she gets lost in her dreams, specially during missions.
  • Cyborg: To a certain degree in "Super Agent Much?" due to the Super Agent bionic upgrades. Even her own left eye had been turned into a laser, and she was machine enough to be affected by her own invention and be badly electrocuted upon contact with water.
  • Deadly Upgrade: She becomes a biconically enhanced super agent during "Super Agent Much?".
  • Distracted by the Sexy: More than once, she has been distracted by a hot guy during missions, much to the annoyance of her friends.
  • Drama Queen: Not as extreme as most examples, but she has shades of this behavior.
  • Dumb Blonde: Sometimes. She's usually smarter than she lets on. Clover is actually fairly intelligent and very resourceful but she seems to have a short attention span to anything not related to fashion, boys, celebrities and opportunities to become famous.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: In "Super Agent Much?", Clover's drink is spiked with a drug created by Geraldine, transforming her into a superhuman agent with enhanced intelligence, strength, speed, agility and durability under Geraldine's control.
  • Everyone Loves Blondes: She's the blonde girl of the trio and is the one who has gone on the most dates, though it's mostly because she is the most boy crazy of the team.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • While Clover is obsessed with her appearance, even she felt it was rather ridiculous that Mandy passed out over something as silly as a broken nail.
    • Despite being a Drama Queen, she more than once openly criticized the Villain of the Week's motive for their scheme, which is usually something very petty 99% of the time. Particularly Captain Hayes who she points out has an extreme case of CWS.
    • In "Stuck In the Middle Ages With You", she refused the advances of the villain, who honestly was as attractive as some of the guys she goes after, because he is a sexist, not to mention a megalomania criminal bent on taking over the world.
  • Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Occasionally does this.
  • The Fashionista: Has always been this, and she pursues fashion design as a major as of Season 6.
  • Fat and Proud: In "Passion Patties", while not "proud", per se, she doesn't seem to mind the fact that she ends up comically obese (Distracted by more need for the titular snack that made her fat in the first place). She actually weaponizes her new fat against Bittersweet's henchwoman, Toad.
  • Fatal Flaw: Lust, and going great lengths to satiate it.
  • Flanderization: She wasn't nearly as boy-crazy during the first two seasons like she would later become in Season 3 onwards.
  • Girly Bruiser: Clover plays the trope the straightest as she's the most girly and feminine of the three.
  • Girly Girl: As mentioned above, Clover's the most feminine of her and her friends. In fact, in the beginning of "Spies on the Farm," Sam and Alex started complaining that Clover's too much of one to really get "down and dirty," to which Clover decided to prove them wrong (and did, which ultimately ended up saving the three of them).
  • Good Bad Girl: She's ultimately a good person, but she also likes flirting and dating...a lot.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: This happens many times with Clover. For example, during the episodes "Sis-KaBOOM-Bah!" and "Evil Sorority" when she "fights" alongside with Mandy like... friends? Well, she was under mind-control both times, so it's not like she was willingly hanging out with Mandy.
  • Granola Girl: Stated to be a vegetarian, but her love of fish and seafood would technically make a "pescatarian" (a semi-vegetarian that eats fish and seafood).
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager: The most boy-crazy of the trio, that one episode even laments her trying to find a date for her debutante ball because she "dated all the boys in Beverly Hills".
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: Happens to Clover way too many times to count.
  • Jack of All Stats: Clovers suits well here. She is strong, but not the strongest. She is smart, but not the smartest. In fact, even Jerry had problems justifying her presence in the team (during the episode "Like, So Totally Not Spies").
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be shallow, snobby, and conceited, but is a loyal friend to Alex and Sam.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Too many times to count.
  • Let Me at Him!: Often has to be held back by Sam and Alex to keep her from jumping on Mandy.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: In contrast to Mandy, who was more of a classic Alpha Bitch. While Clover can be kind of a jerk at times, she is actually quite nice and does understand the importance of friendship and teamwork.
  • Mirror Character: Despite their hatred for each other, Clover and Mandy have similarities. They are both vain about their appearance and can be boy crazy. They also don't care too much about their academics. The difference is that despite Clover's bad traits, she's still a good person to others. Mandy, on the other hand, is a jerkass and a narcissist.
  • Odd Name Out: In more ways than one:
    • Clover's the only one that doesn't go by a nickname, since Sam's real name is "Samantha" and Alex's real name is "Alexandra."
    • Clover's the only one to not have a Tomboyish Name (seems rather fitting, since she's the most feminine of the three).
    • "Sam" and "Alex" (as well as the names that they're short for) are fairly common names while "Clover" (though it is an actual name) isn't nearly as common.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Whenever she begins to behave differently from her usual perky/fashion loving/boy crazy behavior, Sam and Alex take this as a warning sign that something is wrong with her.
  • Otaku: "Zooney World" has her reading untranslated manga in her room.
  • Rape, Pillage, and Burn: During the episode "Evil Sorority", thanks to being mind controlled, minus the rape part of course.
  • Running Gag: One of the few things consistent across all of the seasons of the show is that Clover can be rather prone to motion sickness at times.
  • Pink Means Feminine: All three girls wear this color throughout the series, but Clover wears it the most when she's out of uniform. Hell, pink would have been her Color Motif if it wasn't for her red catsuit.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Has this relationship with Mandy.
  • Serial Romeo: Any episode where the subplot focuses on the love lives of any of the girls (or all three), Clover has a new boyfriend almost every time—Blaine's the only love interest of hers to last more than one episode in a relationship with Clover.
  • Skewed Priorities: Sometimes. Clover finds herself caring more about fashion and boys than about the missions she and the girls go on.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: She seems to have a natural tendency for love.
  • Sore Loser: At times—she absolutely can't stand losing to Mandy.
  • Space Whale Aesop: One episode has Clover declaring that it's better to have a big head than to have a big everything else.
  • Strapped to an Operating Table: In "Starstruck."
  • Temporary Bulk Change: It happened to her twice. In "It's How You Play The Game", a cheating coach for an Olympics team gives her an overdose of a bug that gives her the muscles of a bodybuilder. In "Passion Patties", she becomes addicted to drugged cookies, making her as fat as a sumo wrestler.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Downplayed. Out of the three girls, she tends to have the most in common with the villains, such as being petty and vain.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Valley Girl to Alex's Tomboyish Passionate Sports Girl (though only by comparison, Alex is actually a Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak).
  • Trademark Favorite Food:
    • She's a Vegetarian. To be precise a Semi-vegetarian or Pescatarian, as in she enjoys eating sea-food especially Japanese cuisine.
    • Her favorite type of muffin is poppy seed muffin.
    • She also loves chocolate chip cookies with mint. But that's since it's Bittersweet's addictive cookies.
  • Valley Girl: Clover's fluent in surf lingo and Valley Girl-style slang terms.
  • You're Not My Type: Clover has stated on numerous occasions that she is not interested in dating nerds, preferring strong, muscular, and handsome men. And while Clover is not a bully that openly looks down on and picks on nerds, she makes it clear she's not interested in them and sometimes even resents when it seems that she's a geek magnet. In "The Iceman Cometh" and "Totally Mystery Much?", where Daryl and Martin Mystery were interested in her, she turns them down because they're nerds; ironically, the events of the episodes cause Clover to reconsider her thoughts on dating them, only for them to reject her because they lost interest in her.
  • Zerg Rush: Clover was leading the brainwashed fandom of Ricky Mathis during the episode "A Thing For Musicians" in a very dangerous way.

    Alexandra "Alex" Vasquez
Voiced by: Katie Leigh (Season 1-2), Katie Griffin (Season 3-6); Manjola Merlika (Albanian dub), Nesreen Mas'oud (Arabic dub) (Season 1-2), Hadar Shachaf-Ma'ayan (Hebrew dub), Omi Minami (Japanese dub)

Alexandra Vasquez (more commonly called "Alex") has short black hair, tan skin, light brown eyes and her spy catsuit is yellow. Alex is the most naive and innocent of the group, and she's interested in sports and athletics. She pursues a Veterinarian major in University.

  • Afraid of Doctors: But not as much as she is of orthodontists; those are worse.
  • Agent Mulder: Typically the one to believe in curses and superstitions.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin is darker than her teammates, but her background isn't explicit. Particularly confusing because her father's skin tone changes between seasons.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: Alex is the youngest and most childlike and is often seen as the little sister of the group, as Sam and Clover are the two big sisters who dominate over her.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Though Alex is typically the friendliest and most sweet-natured of the spies, she can be quite mean and/or scary when she's angry.
  • Big Eater: Even though she may be the most healthy of the three spies, she likes to eat the most. In "Evil Valentine's Day," we see that she has a dream about candy. In the beginning part of the B-story in "The New Jerry" and the ending of "Animal World," we see her eating nonstop. It can be somewhat justified due to the fact that she is an athlete and the most athletic member of the team and real athletes tend to burn more calories than regular people, which may explain her appetite.
  • The Big Gal: Being the most athletic of the trio, though she's also The Heart.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Has the shortest hair of the group, and is the most tomboyish.
  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: In "Super nerd much", she gets orthodontic headgear and braces after being nerdified.
  • Butt-Monkey: At times, mostly because of her clumsiness and naivete.
  • Cat Girl: Got her turn in Season 6 when she got scratched by a mutated cat claw. Unlike Clover, she actually liked the change and asked Jerry if she could keep it. Which is ironic considering she was allergic to cats.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Sometimes. She has the most out there imagination of the girls.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Ironic, since she's the athlete of the group.
  • Daddy's Girl: Even if her father can be rather embarrassing at times, it's clear that Alex and her dad are very close and clearly really love each other.
  • The Ditz: Though Clover is more of a blonde Valley Girl stereotype, Alex is often the ditziest of the three, especially when it comes to countries, for example thinking a tsunami is a type of sushi, or thinking that Siberia was in Hawaii instead of Russia.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Typically portrayed as being the worst driver of the three spies—according to them, Alex barely passed Driver's Education and she had to take the road test to get her driver's license at least four times. But from season three and onwards, she's often the one to drive, and it's shown that her driving skills have improved.
  • Friend to All Children: "Halloween" reveals Alex is very good at getting along with children.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She actually wanted to grow up and either be a veterinarian or study animal physiology. One episode even has her bringing home a stray puppy she found and there is also her love for her pet pig Oinky.
  • Gamer Chick: One of the things Alex loves to do is play video games.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She considers a stuff toy turtle to be her oldest friend (she's had it since she was two) and she's been shown with a teddy bear backpack.
  • Growling Gut: Her tummy rumbles while she and the girls examine the Scamlar in "Morphing is sooo 1987", much to their amusement.
  • The Heart: Very much so, she tries to keep her friends together, and is often the mediator between Clover and Sam.
  • The Idealist: The most optimistic of the trio.
  • In-Series Nickname: Her full first name is "Alexandra," but everyone call her "Alex".
  • Irony: She's Latina but thinks the Taj Mahal is in Mexico.
  • Kindly Vet: In Season 6, Alex starts to major as a vet and she has always been shown to have a weakness towards animals.
  • The Kirk: Even though Sam's the leader, she's more of the captain in this case.
  • The Klutz: Despite being the most athletic, she tends to be rather clumsy, and has been prone to bad luck.
  • Nice Girl: By far one of the nicest characters in the series.
  • Only Sane Woman: Sometimes, especially when Sam and Clover are bickering.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: The most athletic of the three, although her favorite sport appears to be soccer.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Though Alex has been portrayed with the smallest amount of love interests of the three spies, pretty much all the guys she ends up falling for are definite nice guys.
  • Still Sucks Thumb: In "Evil Valentine's Day", it is shown Alex sucks her thumb while sleeping.
  • Sweet Tooth: Frequently played for laughs in the 6th season.
  • Temporary Bulk Change: She gets quite buff in "The Incredible Bulk" after eating Bulky Bars to fight against Ulrich Wernerstein.
  • Tomboy: She loves sports and video games.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: While she's obviously the most tomboyish of the main three, Alex is also really into fashion and boys, sometimes to the same extremes as Clover.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Alex" is short for Alexandra.
  • Trademark Favorite Food:
    • She loves Asian cuisine—especially Chinese food.
    • Her favorite type of muffin is natural bran.
    • She also has a liking for anything sweet like candy as she dreams about it one time.

Other members

    Gerald James "Jerry" Lewis
Voiced by: Jess Harnell (Season 1-2), Adrian Truss (Season 3-6), Kiyoshi Kobayashi (Japanese dub)

The founder and administrator of W.O.O.H.P., the World Organization Of Human Protection, Jerry is responsible for briefing the girls on their missions. He's generally very serious and professional but he does have a sense of humour, even if it is sometimes a slightly nasty one.

  • Catchphrase: "Oh, my!" and "Ta-ta for now!", amongst others.
  • Cool Old Guy: On the rare occasion that he's personally called into action, he consistently outclasses the Spies themselves. Despite his thin and non-athletic appearance, he has in fact demonstrated highly impressive combat and piloting skills superior to those displayed by the girls themselves, including running up (and down) the side of a building
  • Crazy-Prepared: He has a gadget for every mission, which almost always is exactly what the girls need.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His schtick whenever one of the girls reminds him that they are teenage spies, and later young adult spies, usually making jabs at either him or the nature of their newest mission...or sometimes nothing to do with the assignment.
  • Family Theme Naming: He said in one episode that he has siblings named Terry and Sherry.
  • A Father to His Men: In the final episode of season 5, Alex said he's been like a grandfather to them.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Despite being a master spy and the head of a major spy organization (or perhaps due to the pride that comes with the job), Jerry can be oblivious, inattentive, and overly trusting of people whom one really shouldn't trust. This is especially true in situations where the girls are right and he is wrong.
  • Idiot Ball: From being tricked by an evil film director, to not noticing when his own ID falls out of his pocket letting anyone in the parking lot pick it up, to not noticing when two wires are crossed turning a Yes-Man into an evil scorpion monster. Even the lobotomizing in the first season can be partially excused by the spies on tape being perfect clones.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: According to a flashback, the only time he ever lied was when he cheated on a test to get through school. Unfortunately for him, his brother ended up taking the blame, causing him to become his evil twin.
  • It Amused Me: Pretty much the only reason he does half the things to the girls that he does (coming up with increasingly uncomfortable methods of transporting them, monitoring their every move, putting them through insane tests, etc) is that he thinks it's funny.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Does A LOT of stuff to the girls For the Lulz, particularly his methods of transporting them, but has also saved their lives a number of times. The series Fauxnale even has him admit that he will miss the spies and that he loves them as if they were his own granddaughters, which the girls feel the same way.
  • Mentor Archetype: To the girls. He recruited them and taught them how to be spies.
  • My Beloved Smother: Jerry's mum cracks a tough whip.
  • My Greatest Failure: Selling his brother out when they got caught cheating on an exam when they were kids.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Some of the episodes' plots (or part of them at the very least) happen as a result of Jerry's carelessness when operating some kind of technology, especially when he leaves the room while it's running, and things go wrong without him noticing it. Examples include turning his own mother into a supervillain because his latest invention was left out and it spilled into her tea, turning Mandy's assistant Trent into a monster because Jerry was careless enough to let two important cables cross signals with each other, and in the spinoff, creating an evil clone of himself because he left his limburger sandwich out where its odor contaminated the machine. Both spy teams don’t hesitate to chew him out for it whenever it happens.
  • Not So Above It All: Despite his years of experience, there're a few times when Jerry falls victim to whatever scheme the Villain of the Week is enacting because he's made the same kind of mistakes the girls sometimes do. He tastes a Passion Patty cookie despite knowing there's something wrong with them, and ends up getting addicted and just as fat as Clover does. He also falls victim to Natalie Valentine's brainwashing cologne and ends up as one of her mindlessly devoted boy toys.
  • Papa Wolf: More than once he saved the girls' lives and helped them take down the villain. He also once cleared Clover of her shoplifting charges by hacking the security monitors to show the footage of Mandy framing her.
  • Parental Substitute: He acts as a parental figure to the girls and, at times, scolds them when they messed up. They even share plenty of heartwarming moments. One time he even acts as their father briefly for a talent camp mission. He even shows genuine concern for them outside of missions and even helps them such as proving Clover's innocence when Mandy framed her for shop lifting, finding a tutor for Alex when her grades were slipping and even FLOODING Mandy and Mindy out of the girls apartment and restoring it back to normal after seeing how the girls reacted to the hideous decor they created.
  • Percussive Prevention: In one episode he's zapped with a device that forces him to tell the truth to anyone. After the villain is defeated using a stun ray, the girl's realize they could learn some "dirt" on him before the truth device wears of (since there's no antidote for it). Jerry's solution? He zaps himself with the stun ray, effectively knocking him out and the truth serum wears off.
  • Rank Scales with Asskicking: In one episode, even the heroines are very surprised at how well Jerry can handle himself in a fight.
  • Rhyme Theme Naming: "Terry" and "Jerry". Oh, and the spin-off reveals they have a sister named Sherry.
  • Sand In My Eyes: When he has to announce the disbanding of W.O.O.H.P. to the girls in "S.P.I.", he excuses himself from them and tells them he has something in his eye.
  • The Spymaster: He is the leader W.O.O.H.P. and basically is the handler of the protagonists.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: He was this with Myrna—they're roughly the same height, but when it comes to build, she's considerably larger than he is. However, it turns out that she wanted to take over W.O.O.H.P..
  • Trickster Mentor: No less than three episodes of the show revolve around Jerry giving the girls high-class vacations that have weird mysteries going on and are revealed to be training/testing scenarios.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: The girls were absolutely FURIOUS when he didn't believe in their innocence and had planned to apprehend them to LOBOTOMIZE them. Even when he apologizes, the girls are still rightly angry with him and says that it would take much more than an apology to make things right between them.

    Britney Akiwara

Voiced by: Lindsay Ridgeway (Season 2-3), Stephanie Broschart (Season 3-5), Yukari Tamura (Japanese dub), Kitty Mezei (Hungarian dub)

Introduced in Seasons 2–3 as the newest recruit to the team. She was called upon everytime Alex was unavailable for a mission.

Voiced by: Andrew Sabiston

Debuted in the Season 3 finale. A recurring Super-Spy who helps the girls train to be better.

Voiced by: Daniel DeSanto

Debuted in Season 5. A seemingly normal Mali-U student who Clover has fallen head over heels in love with, but was really a rogue spy trying to take her out. This turns out to false, as his employer was Geraldine Husk, who tricked Blaine into thinking Clover was an evil spy.

  • Long-Distance Relationship: After he and the spies take down Geraldine, he gets recruited into W.O.O.H.P., but is sent to the Australian faction, much to his and Clover's dismay. They to do this for the rest of Season 5. But judging by next Season, things did not work out.
  • Official Couple: After the mishap with Geraldine cleared up, he and Clover finally become one. That is, until the off-screen break up before season 6.
  • You Don't Look Like You: His Season 6 appearance looks drastically different compared to Season 5. For starters, he has a different hair style, his eyes are grey instead of green, his skin complexion is slightly darker, and even his chin has a different shape.

Voiced by: Stevie Vallance

G.L.A.D.I.S. (Gadget Lending And Distribution Interactive System) was introduced in the episode "Physics 101 Much?" of Season 3, as a Gadget lending device.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: G.L.A.D.I.S. is usually just annoying, but not evil. However, in one episode, (at an office Christmas party that Jerry pretty much dragged the three protagonists too) she becomes homicidal after Alex spills punch on her cabinet. Jerry later admits, embarrassed, that he programmed her by downloading the intelligence from the brain of an insane Evil Genius who is in prison for trying to start World War III, and when they question the inmate, they find out that he's allergic to cranberries (which make him "even crazier than usual"); Alex realizes that the punch was cranberry-flavored. The Spies are forced to accept the madman's help before G.L.A.D.I.S. carries out his original plan, which involves tricking the world's superpowers into launching its nuclear arsenals at each other.
  • Artificial Intelligence: She appears to have a mind of her own, even sometimes claiming she's the true leader of W.O.O.H.P.. In several episodes she ignores Jerry's orders and distributes the gadgets she believes are needed for the mission.
  • Bus Crash: She was written out of the series almost entirely due to fan complaints—in "Evil Roommate," this was written as Jerry sending G.L.A.D.I.S. to W.O.O.H.P.'s recycling facility to be dismantled.
  • Computer Voice: She speaks with a female voice.


  • Fun with Acronyms: It stands for the League Aiming to Menace and Overthrow Spies. Unfortunately for Terrence, the one who came up with the name, he realized too late what the acronym spells. Embarrassed, he said it's too late to change it since he already printed the name on the group's merchandise. After hearing Boogie Gus and Helga Von Gugen's plans to eliminate the girls, he decides maybe the name is apropos.

    Terrence Lewis 
Voiced by: Matt Charles, Kinryū Arimoto (Japanese dub)

  • Always Identical Twins: As children, they were identical, but Terry had plastic surgery as an adult — presumably because he wanted an identity outside of being Jerry's twin.
  • Big Bad: For Season 4, anyway.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Jerry's Abel.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The whole reason he wants to get back at Jerry is because when they were kids, they shared their test answers, only for Jerry to turn on him when they got caught by the teacher. Apparently, this caused Terrence's life to spiral downwards.
  • Evil Brit: And an actual Brit.
  • Evil Twin: To Jerry.
  • Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: Though Jerry regrets their falling out and is willing to own up to what he did, he points out that Terry can't ignore responsibility for his own actions and thus deserves to go to prison.
  • Theme Twin Naming: His nickname is "Terry", which rhymes with Gerald's "Jerry".

    Tim Scam 
Voiced by: Michael Gough

  • Arch-Enemy: As their most recurring villain, he's the spies greatest enemy. He's even gone as far as to brainwash their mothers and attack them in their home.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In his first appearance, Clover calls him out on the scumbag he is. His response? A small "Thank you". To be fair, he's far from the only villain in the show who exhibits this behavior.
  • Co-Dragons: With Boogie Gus and Helga Von Guggen in Season 4.
  • Evil Genius: He's a crafty little scam artist.
  • Greed: His main motive. Averted in his first appearance, where he wanted to drain the Earth of its water supply, which would have undoubtedly killed all life on the planet (including himself).
  • Hypocrite: Feels that W.O.O.H.P. never appreciated his genius and the technological advances he brought to the organization, despite the fact that he used said technology for his own selfish interests.
  • Recurring Character: Has made more appearances than any other villain in the series to date, including Terry.
  • The Sociopath: Very likely, considering that his reasons for becoming evil aren't as petty as most of the other recurring villains. Most of the others suffer from (rather minor) disappointments that cause them to snap. Scam, however, is depicted as perfectly sane (for the most part) and practically kills people for its own sake.
  • Sdrawkcab Alias: Mac Smit. This trope actually becomes a plot-point in one episode, where they finally realize who he really is because they see his name-tag reflected backwards in a metal panel.
  • They Look Just Like Everyone Else!: He's unusually normal-looking compared to most of the show's other villains, who tend to be remarkably bizarre or flamboyant in appearance.

    Boogie Gus 
Voiced by: Joseph Motiki

  • Almighty Janitor: Before becoming a villain, he originally worked for W.O.O.H.P. as part of the custodial staff.
  • Co-Dragons: With Tim Scam and Helga Von Guggen in Season 4.
  • Disco Dan: An African-American 1970s/1980s loving villain/former W.O.O.H.P. janitor.
  • Make Wrong What Once Went Right: His first appearance had him travel back in time to become Jerry's friend and convince him to create an evil version of W.O.O.H.P. called the "World Organization of Harming People."

    Myrna Beesbottom 
A former W.O.O.H.P. member. She worked as the girls' "nanny", enforcing strict rules to keep them under control. Her plan involved marrying Jerry so that she could take over W.O.O.H.P..

    Helga Von Guggen 
Voiced by: Adrienne Barbeau
A German fashion designer who wanted to skin humans alive, much like Cruella de Vil.
  • Genuine Human Hide: Guggen transforms people into Beast Men in an attempt to skin them alive and make clothes out of them. Her introductory episode has her showing off her latest fashion which she boasts was made out of genuine "lawyer."
  • Hate Sink: On top of being a murderous monster, she's also a greedy, self-centered hag with no likable qualities whatsoever, not even having cool points to save her.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: The end of her first appearance featured her being turned into a chimera after getting submerged in the same formula she was using on her victims. The process was undone after she was put in jail.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Being a greedy Serial Killer whose first appearance involves her happily trying to make coats out of human beings, Guggen is easily one of the show's darkest villains.
  • Revenge: Her plan in her second appearance revolves around this. Her plan? Create a new line of clothes that literally crushes people to death. The only thing that saves the people wearing them is steam.
  • Serial Killer: In her first appearance, she tried to skin a ship containing two hundred transformed people alive, using their furs to make clothing out of them.
  • The Sociopath: Showed zero guilt over her actions and smugly boasted about her "lawyer skin" coat.


    Mandy Luxe

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale; Alexandra Radu (Romanian dub), Kei Kobayashi (Japanese dub)
Beverly Hills High's resident Alpha Bitch.
  • Alpha Bitch: She is a textbook case of this trope (contrasting Clover's more Lovable Alpha Bitch). Extra points for being shallow.
  • Annoying Laugh: Mandy has a really annoying laugh. It sounds like a goat's bleating.
  • Asshole Victim: Mandy is one of the people kidnapped by Timmy in "Grabbing the Bully By The Horns" as revenge for bullying him. Clover even expresses annoyance that she actually has to save Mandy.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: On the high school side of things, but mostly just in the first season. She usually manages to steal Clover's love interest due to some circumstances like giving up a date. In Model Citizens she eventually comes out on top when she and Clover compete in a beauty contest (again, due to the circumstances)
  • Big Bad: Once as a Future Badass where she nearly took over the world. And of the one hour Totally Busted special when she and her lackies get infected by a shampoo that makes them "spy hunters" bent on killing Sam, Clover and Alex.
  • Book Dumb:
    • In the b-plot of Dental? More Like Mental!, Mandy's revealed to be failing her chemistry class and her mom, Phoebe, grounded her and took away her credit cards until her grades improved.
    • In the b-plot of Alex Gets Schooled, it's revealed that there was a mix-up at school among some of the report cards (like Alex and Mandy accidentally getting each other's report cards) and Mandy's ultimately revealed to have gotten straight-Fs, in stark contrast to Alex getting As and Bs. Phoebe ends up grounding Mandy for the rest of the school year because of her terrible grades.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Though Mandy certainly is very pretty she has a very grating voice in addition to her annoying laugh.
  • Damsel in Distress: She gets mistaken for Clover and kidnapped in one episode, resulting in the Spies having to bail her out. Likewise a Halloween episode had the spies have to save her from zombies which she herself had accidentally summoned. In "Evil Coffee Shop Much?", she, Clover and Alex are tied up and almost drowned in coffee by the Vancouver Coffee Barista, the owner of Das Coffeehaus. This trope is more common in later episodes.
  • Dark Action Girl: While under the effects of the SUDS, she and her Girl Posse become dangerous spy-killers.
  • Evil Counterpart: She's more "high school evil" than "regular evil," but when you really get down to it, Mandy's basically what Clover would be if she were meaner/snobbier and had none of her redeeming qualities.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: She wears a lot of purple on the show—rarely does she wear something that's not purple. Even all the spysuits she wore on the show are purple.
  • Hate Sink: She's a selfish Spoiled Brat and an Alpha Bitch who causes trouble for the girls for the pettiest of reasons.
  • Jerkass: Usually snobby and mean whenever she's seen.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: In the episode "The Anti-Social Network", Mandy discovers that a mysterious source has created a social network called Mandybook in her honor. She's thrilled, especially when she gets over 100,000 followers within the first hour. But things quickly go downhill when her followers literally start to follow her, and not in a good way. It's revealed the person behind this was an old classmate named Telly Hardwire, who created Mandybook in an attempt to create an army to kill Mandy after she refused his Internet friend request back in their school days at Beverly Hills High. When Mandy learns this, she's disgusted, calls him pathetic, and says he should just get over it. Mandy is snobby and a mean person, but she's right that he wants revenge over a petty reason. What makes it worse is that it's implied that Telly and Mandy never met face-to-face before this episode, meaning that the only thing she ever did to him was to say no to his Internet friend request. Then Telly reveals that he plans to get revenge on everyone who rejects his friend requests, showing that Mandy is right that he's truly a petty and pathetic person.
  • Jerkass to One: Mandy dislikes Sam, Clover and Alex, but Clover is the main one that Mandy acts like a jerk to the most.
  • Karmic Butt-Monkey: Mandy suffers a lot of misfortune, things don't always get in her way, and gets rightfully punished often at the end of the episode. Given that Mandy is a snotty Jerkass, she always had it coming.
  • Mean Boss: Rarely treats her intern Trent with any respect, often insulting him
  • Narcissist: Mandy comes off like this with her constant bragging about how popular and beautiful she is. She's arrogant, vain, loves all types of attention, and she also has a terrible attitude to boot.
  • Pet the Dog: Surprisingly, Mandy has shown the capacity to be a nice person, but it never lasts long and she always goes back to being mean again if she's provoked in some way.
  • Popular Is Dumb: Mandy was arguably the most popular girl in school back when she and the spies were in high school, but it was also shown that she wasn't a great student. While Clover and Alex weren't perfect students, they were nowhere near as bad as Mandy.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The loud and aggressive Red Oni to her cousin Mindy's calm and collected Blue Oni.
  • Rich Bitch: It's been said (and shown) that Mandy comes from a very wealthy family.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: Mandy's this to the spies (to each of them as individuals as well as to all three as a group). However, she's typically shown to be more of a rival to Clover than she is to Sam or Alex—Clover and Mandy often compete for boys, popularity, bragging rights, the latest fashions, and virtually everything else.
  • Sixth Ranger: Yes, in one episode she wound up discovering the girls' secret and Jerry actually let her join W.O.O.H.P. on the spot. Naturally, she wound up being a hindrance (though pivotal in stopping that episode's Big Bad) that come the end of the mission, she begged to be released, to which she was mindwiped of the whole events. In her defense, Jerry just threw Mandy into doing the mission with the girls without even doing any kind of basic training.
  • The Slacker: Wants to be famous without doing any of the work. She hires an intern, Trent, to pretty much do everything for her in season 6.
  • Sore Loser: Even more so than Clover herself.
  • Spoiled Brat: Her mother alternates between spoiling Mandy and disciplining her for lackluster grades.
  • Status Quo Is God: If Mandy gets to be nice in an episode, she reverts back to being a jerk at the end of an episode.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: While she was never exactly the friendliest person ever, Mandy's definitely at her worst in the sixth season—the biggest example of this is being a Bad Boss to Trent, the intern she hires after she (somehow) becomes a celebrity.
  • Tsundere: Type A. While Mandy is known to be very boy crazy, her feelings for them seems to be little to none, compared to Clover's with hers (e.g. Blaine). The former seems to only like the boys she dated for their attractiveness, and she could possibly just be using them since they accompany with her massive popularity in Beverly Hills High, and much later in the show, in Malibu University.
  • Ungrateful Bitch:
    • She continues acting like a Jerkass to Sam, Clover, and Alex even after they saved her in an episode. Then again Mandy usually gets her memory erased afterward, so she doesn't actually remember Sam, Clover, and Alex saving her.
    • This is averted in an episode when Sam saves her hair from getting messed up in an art class. Mandy is so grateful, she tries hard to make friends with Sam, much to Sam's chagrin. This is reversed in the end when she, once again, gets her memory wiped after she finds out that Sam, Clover, and Alex are spies and she wants to tell everybody she knows.
  • Valley Girl: Even worse than Clover—and that's really saying something!

    Arnold Jackson 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker, Joshua Seth (America); Robert Tinkler (Canada)

  • Drunk with Power: Happened once when he accidentally found Cats Eye Emerald to drain people's cool aura into himself, nerdifying the victims. Even when Sam warned him the effects wouldn't last, that just had Arnold go into his scheme to drain the people of Beverly Hills of their cool aura to get as much as he could. It led to him fighting another Villain of the Week for control of the Emerald until a beam from the ring got reflected back at it, and took out the magic, undoing the draining of others, and returning Arnold to his normal self.
  • The Glasses Come Off: When he gets the ring and gets into the gym, he takes off his glasses. He then showed off his boosted abilities in a game of dodgeball. But that was a hint of his Start of Darkness (he later nerdifies offscreen) and we next see him with an Evil Makeover (black leather jacket, open white shirt, and grey slacks) before nerdifying Clover as well.
  • Informed Flaw: Is said to be undesirably ugly, but when The Glasses Come Off and he loses his freckles, he’s not much different than most of the guys the girls swoon over.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: During his graduation ceremony, his valedictorian speech consisted of him spitefully exclaiming he has absolutely nothing kind to say about Bev High following years of bullying and is glad to finally be free of the place.

Voiced by: Darryl Kurylo

    Dominique Leeland and Caitlin Jones 
Voiced by: Katie Griffin (Caitlin); Andrea Baker (Dominique)

  • Ambiguously Brown: Caitlin's this—with her green eyes and dark skin, she can be a dark-skinned caucasian woman, a light-skinned South Asian or Middle Eastern woman, a mixed-race woman etc.
  • Girl Posse: They both serve as Valley Girl Beta Bitches to Mandy and are easily just as mean, rude and snobby to people as Mandy is.
  • Put on a Bus: They stopped appearing after "Evil Graduation" due to going to different colleges.
  • Satellite Character: Other than being Mandy's friends and occasional rivals to Sam (for Dominique) and Alex (for Caitlin) Dominique and Caitlin don't really add much to the story. They haven't been seen or mentioned since "Evil Graduation" (the first episode of the fifth season) and are ultimately replaced by Mandy's cousin, Mindy, who's basically just Mandy with blonde hair, a darker tan and a thick Southern accent.
  • With Friends Like These...: It goes both ways—Mandy isn't exactly the greatest "friend" to Dominique and Caitlin, and Dominique and Caitlin don't really seem all that loyal to Mandy anyway. In fact, in "A Spy is Born (1)," it's revealed that Dominique and Caitlin are actually only friends with Mandy because she's popular.

    Mindy Luxe 
Voiced by: Katie Griffin
Mandy's cousin (who, if her accent is anything to go by, is originally from the South) who ends up being her roommate at Malibu University during the show's fifth season. Aside from her accent, hair color and skin tone, Mindy's pretty much identical to Mandy, to the point of where Sam once referred to them as the "Terror Twins." Another big difference between Mandy and Mindy is that Mindy's typically much calmer and more collected than Mandy, who's typically very loud and aggressive.
  • Alpha Bitch: Mindy's basically just a blonde clone of Mandy and has Mandy's jerkish personality.
  • Bare Midriffs Are Feminine: She has an Alpha Bitch personality, and tends to wear outfits that doesn't cover her stomach.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: She hasn't been seen or mentioned since "Totally Icky" (the second-to-last episode of the fifth season), and Mindy's disappearance is especially jarring since she appeared in almost every episode of Season 5 (usually alongside her cousin).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The much more calm and collected Blue Oni to Mandy's much more loud and aggressive Red Oni.
  • Satellite Character: Much like with Dominique and Caitlin, Mindy doesn't add much to the show's story, other than serving as Mandy's cousin and her roommate at Mali-U.

Voiced by: Scott Beaudin

  • Satellite Character: Just like how Mindy took the place of Dominique and Caitlin for Season 5, Trent takes Mindy's place in Season 6.

    Professor Plunkett 
A professor at Malibu University who appears in Season 6—he's the teacher for the fashion class that Clover signs herself, Sam and Alex up at the start of Season 6 and is possibly in charge of Mali-U's fashion program.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He is very flamboyant and wears a giant pink feather boa.
  • Big Damn Hero: In the last episode, when he sees the key is able to disable the giant statues, he rushes to grab it and turn off the two that were attacking his students.
  • Catchphrase: "FABULOOOOOOUS!"
  • Funny Foreigner: Judging from his accent, he's presumably originally from France—he's passionate about fashion, has a rather flamboyant/over-the-top nature and even has a stereotypical French mustache.

    Ingrid Yardstick
A German interior designer kidnapped by Maggie Trendset.


    Gabriella "Gabby" Simpson 
Voiced by: Jennifer Hale
Sam's mother.
  • Action Mom: After receiving a spy training under the W.O.O.H.P..
  • Accidental Misnaming: In "Totally Busted", she repeatedly mispronounces Jerry's name.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Brunette in "Mommies Dearest," later the Redhead in "Totally Busted."
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mommies Dearest".
  • Fiery Redhead: Gabby seems to be more spitfire than her daughter .
  • Happily Married: The B-plot of "The Wedding Crasher" has Sam looking for a gift for her parents' 20th wedding anniversary.
  • Mama Bear: Jumps into action and convinces Jerry to become a spy with Stella and Carmen when her daughter and her friends are in danger.
  • My Beloved Smother: She's established as being overprotective of Sam.
  • Parents in Distress: Gets captured many times with the other spies' mothers during the franchise, making it up to their daughters to save them.
  • Redhead In Green: In her spy outfit but to a lesser extent than Sam as it's more jade than emerald.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Like with Stella (Clover's mom) and Carmen (Alex's mom), Gabby looks identical to Sam (particularly in her second appearance), just older.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Trains for and becomes a full time spy in the Season 4 finale.
  • Villainous Lineage: In "W.O.W.," it's revealed that Gabby's great-great-grandmother (presumably the maternal grandmother of Gabby's maternal grandmother) was one of the original chosen ones of the Sisterhood, an ancient guild of warrior women that sought to metaphorically eradicate men and literally eradicate all non-chosen women.

    Stella Ewing 
Voiced by: Kath Soucie (Season 2), Andrea Baker (Season 4-6)
Clover's mother.
  • Action Mom: After receiving spy training under the W.O.O.H.P.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Blonde in both "Mommies Dearest" and "Totally Busted."
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mommies Dearest."
  • Hospital Hottie: Looks like an older version of her daughter and is revealed to be a surgeon in the show's sixth season.
  • Mama Bear: Jumps into action and convinces Jerry to become a spy with Gabby and Carmen when her daughter and her friends are in danger.
  • Open-Minded Parent: At the end of "Nine Lives," upon learning that Clover wants to become a fashion designer instead of following in her mom's footsteps as a surgeon—while she was definitely a little angry at first, it was more because Clover simply didn't tell her the truth about what she really wanted to pursue.
  • Parents in Distress: Gets captured many times with the other spies' mothers during the franchise, making it up to their daughters to save them.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her spy suit is pink and is a Girly Bruiser just like her daughter.
  • Progressively Prettier: She, and other spies' mothers, seem to age backward with each appearance. She initially looked like an older version of Clover, until her final appearance in "Nine Lives", where she looks and sounds exactly like her daughter, but taller.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Like with Gabby (Sam's mom) and Carmen (Alex's mom), Stella looks identical to Clover (especially in her appearance in "Nine Lives"), just older.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Trains for and becomes a full-time spy in the Season 4 finale.
  • Two Decades Behind: Clover considers Stella to be rather old-fashion, particularly when it comes to her taste in fashion—for example, in "Mommies Dearest" (Stella's debut episode alongside Gabby and Carmen), Stella ends up wearing what she claims to have had since the 1970s (the episode aired in 2003). After hearing this, Clover insists on taking her mom shopping for a new swimsuit later.

    Carmen Vasquez 
Voiced by: Katie Leigh
Alex's mother.
  • Action Mom: After receiving a spy training under the W.O.O.H.P..
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Redhead in "Mommies Dearest, later the Brunette in "Totally Busted."
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mommies Dearest".
  • Education Mama: In "Alex Gets Schooled" her and Alex's father enroll their daughter at Dorsal Academy in England after it was assumed that Alex had gotten straight F’s on her report card (although it later turned out that Alex had gotten A’s and B’s and that Mandy was the one who had gotten straight F’s).
  • I Want Grandkids: A mild example. When she's not upset over Alex's grades, she's encouraging Alex to look for a boyfriend.
  • Mama Bear: Jumps into action and convinces Jerry to become a spy with Gabby and Stella when her daughter and her friends are in danger.
  • Parents in Distress: Gets captured many times with the other spies' mothers during the franchise, making it up to their daughters to save them.
  • Shipper on Deck: To any guy she thinks her daughter likes.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Like with Gabby (Sam's mom) and Stella (Clover's mom), Carmen looks identical to Alex (especially in her second and third appearances), just older.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Trains for and becomes a full time spy in the Season 4 finale.

    Phoebe Luxe 
Mandy's mother.
  • Education Mama: Seems to be this to some extent—in "Dental? More Like Mental!," Phoebe took away Mandy's credit cards and grounded her after discovering that she was apparently failing some of her classes. And in "Alex Gets Schooled," after it turns out that there was mix-up among some of the report cards at Bev High (like Alex and Mandy accidentally getting each other's report cards), Phoebe grounds Mandy after it turns out that Mandy had gotten straight-Fs.
  • Good Parents: While it's clear that Mandy's pretty spoiled by her parents, Phoebe (similar to Charlotte Pickles from Rugrats) isn't afraid to discipline her daughter when she really deserves it. See Education Mama above.
  • Granola Girl: She was a hippie back in the 1970s and still carries a bit of the distinction as an adult, at least in her debut episode when she's finally seen as an adult.
  • Nice Girl: "Nice" is kind of stretch, but she doesn't appear to be as mean/rude/snobby as her daughter.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Apparently so, as she's able to buy up a whole line of clothing before it's even out yet.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Just like with spies' mothers, Phoebe looks identical to Mandy, just older—in fact, when the spies accidentally traveled back in time to 1975 (when Phoebe herself was a student at Bev High), they initially mistook Phoebe for Mandy until they finally realized what happened.

    Mrs. Lewis 
Jerry's elderly mother. A helicopter parent who's eventually revealed to have been a spy during her youth. Despite her advanced age, she is just as strong as her son and the spies.
  • '50s Hair: In later episodes she is shown with a hairstyle not too dissimilar from Queen Elizabeth II.
  • '70s Hair: Her first appearance had her with disheveled gray hair in a style from the 70s.
  • Granny Classic: She has gray hair, wears old fashioned clothes and is very proper and picky about manners and etiquette.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She was blonde during her youth and she had been a spy for the force of good.
  • In the Blood: She claims that Jerry inherited all of his skills from her, and since she is still very skilled in her old age, it seems to be true.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: A flashback showed that she was very beautiful in her younger years, as beautiful as the spies are actually and even wore a revealing spy outfit. How she managed to look like a 60s Bond Girl before she ever married and had her children is another story.
  • My Beloved Smother: She's the only person that Jerry truly knuckles under and she's very nitpicky over his posture and behavior.
  • Never Mess with Granny: Don't let her age and frail appearance fool you—she's still strong enough to give her son (who's the head of major spy organization as well as a master spy himself) and three of his top agents a challenge.
  • Parental Favoritism: While it's unknown if she's truly aware of Terry and Sherry's status as criminals, Jerry claims that he's her favorite child.

    Mr. Vasquez 
Alex's dad and Carmen's husband.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: He is constantly giving his daughter cutesy names, is very overly enthusiastic with giving her affection in public and even wore a t-shirt with her face on it, apparently not realizing that he was embarrassing her.
  • Race Lift: He was white in "Alex Gets Schooled" but in season 6, he looks kind of like an older male-version of his daughter.
  • Sudden Name Change: He's called "Dr.Casoy" by Jerry even though the creators said the family was the Vasquez family.
  • Unnamed Parent: Unlike his wife, it's never revealed what his first name is. He's just called "Dad" by Alex.

    Mr. Simpson 
Sam's dad and Gabby's husband.
  • Fiction 500: Implied since Sam says that he and his wife (Sam's mother) already have "one of everything" which includes a lot of expensive, luxurious stuff like a personal mani-pedi robot and having his portrait done professionally in the Louvre. There's also the fact that his family lives in Beverly Hills, his daughter is able to go on many expensive shopping spree's without worry and many other minor examples.
  • Happily Married: To his wife Gabby. Season 6's episode "The Wedding Crasher" had Sam trying to find the perfect gift for their 20th anniversary.
  • Unnamed Parent: Like with Alex's dad, his name is never revealed in the series.

    Mr. Ewing 
Clover's (unseen) father and Stella's husband.
  • The Ghost: Unlike with Sam and Alex's dads (who're both seen in person at some point in the series), Clover's dad is the only one who's never been seen in person at any point in the series—however, he has been mentioned (both directly and indirectly) and it's indicated that Clover's parents (like Sam and Alex's parents) are in fact married.
  • Unnamed Parent: Just like Sam and Alex's dads, his name is never revealed.

    Norman "Normie" Ewing 
Clover's kid cousin and Stella's nephew who appears "Zooney World" and is seen again in the Season 6 episode "Danger TV".
  • Affectionate Nickname: He is always referred to as "Normie."
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: More of an annoying younger cousin, but he enjoys antagonizing Clover.
  • Spoiled Brat: His behavior in "Zooney World" where he is openly hostile and disrespectful to his cousin Clover and is always ready to get her in trouble with Stella. He thankfully gets a personality change after Clover uses a mind control helmet to make him forget she and the girls were spies...and make him a little nicer.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: When he returns, he’s a lot nicer to Clover without the Zoonie helmet (although he is still a little bratty).
  • Ungrateful Bastard: At the end of “Zooney World,” Clover’s cousin Norman doesn’t even thank Clover and her friends for saving him. All he does is demand things and brag about how he would snitch to Clover’s mother due to the latter being grounded. This just leads to Clover wiping Norman’s memories.

Other Villains

The leader of the Sisterhood, an ancient order of women dedicated to the (presumably metaphorical) eradication of men as well as the (presumably literal) eradication of women who are not in the Sisterhood.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: With the help of a magic belt, she can awaken the fighting spirit of the Sisterhood's descendants.
  • Does Not Like Men: Hates all men and wants them to be destroyed.
  • Female Misogynist: She also wants to destroy all weak women who are not part of the Sisterhood.
  • Karma Houdini: The only villain who never got captured.
  • Take Over the World: By destroying all men and non-chosen women, both metaphorical and literal in respective.
  • Villainous Lineage: How Ariel finds her soldiers. She possesses a family tree that tracks down all the Sisterhood's descendants.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Despite it hinting that Ariel and the Sisterhood will rise again, she has not made another appearance.

    Bertha Bombshell
One of Jerry's old girlfriends and a former beauty queen who steals an experimental serum in order to regain her youth and glory in the pageant scene.
  • Evil Brit: She is British, and she is evil, so...
  • Evil Redhead: She has orange hair and is evil.
  • Never My Fault: She blamed the spies for her mutated state, never mind the fact that they tried to warn her of its effects.
  • Old Flame: When Jerry realizes who Bertha truly is, he reveals to the spies that Bertha's an old girlfriend of his.
  • Older Than They Look: She appears to be slightly older than the Spies but in reality, the fact was taking serum and was an old girlfriend of Jerry, marks her as over 50.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Unlike most of the villains (who are motivated by revenge), Bertha had taken the serum just to make herself young in order to get another chance at pageant stardom and only became Ax-Crazy once the serum began to make her deformed as a result. She honestly never seems to consider getting revenge on Miss Flounder (the woman who had beaten her in the Miss Fish-and-Chips pageant) and only begins attacking the audience when the host of the pageant disqualified her.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: According to her ex-boyfriend, Bertha was apparently very nice before she got 2nd-place in Miss Fish-and-Chips, which caused to become very bitter and vindictive as a result.
  • Vanity Is Feminine: She is a former beauty queen who never took well to losing the Ms. Fish and Chips pageant.

    Boy Candy 
A boy band from the 1980s and Alex's favorite boy band. Their lead singer, T-Bone hatched a plan to bring themselves back into the spotlight by using a machine to swap faces with another boyband, Teencicle and play at the unity concert in Russia.
  • Boy Band: Of the aging, has-been variety.
  • Broken Pedestal: Alex declares them to no longer be her favorite boy band anymore, especially after their aging groupie swapped faces with her. Strangely enough, T-Bone becomes her favorite singer again in his second appearance after he was reformed.
  • Didn't Think This Through: As Sam pointed out, they may have stolen Teencicle's youthful faces, but they didn't change their old and flabby bodies. To make matters worse, they spent so much time scheming, they forgot to practice for the unity concert, resulting in the crowd seeing right through them.

    Candy Sweet 

Voiced by: Anna Anka
Her birth name being "Margaret Nussbaum," she's a villainous cheerleading coach who is determined to destroy the world of cheerleading out of revenge for being rejected by by the Honeybees-cheerleading squad when she was in high school (Jerry reveals to the spies that Coach Sweet went to the same high school as the Honeybees, but had graduated ten years earlier). She's also an engineer in robotics, which is how she was able to create the Black Widow cheerleader war robots.
  • Ax-Crazy: Her original plan with the Black Widows involved her having them murder everyone at the final competition seeing as a blow to the world of cheerleading.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: She's a robotics genius who wasted her engineering skills and tanked what probably could've been a very lucrative career in the name of petty, psychotic revenge.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She wants to destroy cheerleading in general because she was rejected by her high school's cheer squad. She never stopped to consider the idea of getting revenge directly against the members of the squad that rejected her, but instead victimizes a group of girls who weren't even in high school at the same time AND planned to murder hundreds of innocent people to prove a point.
  • Evil Is Petty: Pretty much the whole reason Candy turned evil is because she's still bitter about not making the Honeybees-cheerleading squad when she tried out for it back in high school.
  • Evil Redhead: She has red hair.
  • Mind Control: In her second appearance, Candy sends out cheerleading-themed exercise DVDs as part of her rehabilitation, but it later turns out that the DVDs (called "Sweet Moves") have mind control properties, and hypnotize anyone who watches them into becoming what essentially amount to cheerleading Super Soldiers with one goal in mind: free Candy and help her destroy (what she considers) the "vapid" world of cheerleading.
  • Misplaced Retribution: The idea of specifically going after the squad that rejected her never crosses her mind.
  • Sore Loser: And that's just putting it mildly—even when it's been at least decade since she graduated high school, she's clearly still bitter about not making her high school's cheerleading squad.

    Captain Hayes 
A psychotic plane/submarine/blimp captain with a severe case of Celebrity Worship Syndrome. A very, very, very severe case.
  • Ax-Crazy: This guy is so obsessed with celebrities, he's willing to do anything to keep them in his menagerie. Such as use a super advanced jet to reverse the rotation and time on earth, flood the earth so that only he and his captive celebrities in his submarine are the only survivors and steal the talents of any celebrities he kidnaps in his blimp.
  • I'm Your Biggest Fan: His primary motivation for wanting to kidnap celebrities.
  • Loony Fan: Replace "loony" with "psychotic" and you've got this.

    Cosmo Stratus

A crazy woman who was kicked out of the space program, for failing to pass the psychological testing 15 times.She invented a machine to nullify the Earth's gravitational pull in order to "bring space to her" but was thwarted by the girls.

  • Idiot Ball: Even if she's crazy, Cosmo is clearly skilled in rocket science but she never seems to consider the option that she could have just easily build her own rocket to send her to space instead of a gravity nullifying machine.
  • Mad Scientist: Emphasis on the MAD.
  • Never My Fault: She blames NASA from keeping her from achieving her dream of traveling to space because they failed her in the psychological test…never mind the fact that the only reason they kept failing her is because she is already visibly unstable.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Doesn't get much more psychotic and petty than wanting to nullify the Earth's gravity just because NASA rejected her.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Cosmo" is more common a man's name than a woman's name.
  • Wanting Is Better Than Having: Her final scene shows her finally in space...only to reveal that she's terrified of the dark and now wants to return to Earth.

    Diminutive Smalls 
A very, very SMALL mad scientist villain who tried to tried to steal the world monuments by shrinking them down to his size but he was thwarted by the spies. He was once a former W.O.O.H.P. agent who tried to make people stronger by shrinking them, only for it to backfire on him and his siblings.
  • For Want of a Nail: The reason he grew Mandy is because he saw her purse next to Clover's machine and grew her instead, thinking she was Clover. Had he not seen said purse, Mandy probably wouldn't have been involved in the plot at all.
  • Revenge: His goal in "Attack of the 50 foot Mandy," was to get revenge on the girls, particularly Clover.
  • Shrink Ray: He uses one to steal monuments and shrink Clover.

    Felicity Fences
A very spoiled heiress who kidnaps the world's hunkiest men to add as her collection and then force them to fight with her robot gladiators for her own amusement.
  • It Amused Me: Her forcing her victims to fight her robots is solely because of this reason.
  • Rich Boredom: Her entire motive for villainy is not because of revenge or conquest, it's only because she is bored in her luxurious lifestyle.
  • Sadist: She outright kidnaps innocent men and force them to fight for their lives against her robots just for entertainment.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: She believes that her father's money makes her above the law and even threatened to tell her father that W.O.O.H.P. arrested her.
  • Spoiled Brat: She outright calls herself a "princess," which Alex says is the "spoiled brat" kind.

    Felicia Mane
An owner of a high-end wig-making company. It's revealed that the secret of her high-quality wigs is that they come from women that have been kidnapped and have their hair soaked in a special growth formula that also drains their life in the process.
  • Bald of Evil: It turns out her enormous hair is actually a wig that hides her bald head.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: She created a working hair growth formula, which is particularly bad as she used it to quickly grow women's hair until they were almost dead, then selling the hair to be made into wigs. You know, the item that would become completely irrelevant overnight if a working hair growth formula existed.
  • Evil Brit: The main villain of her episode and she's also from England.
  • Ironic Name: Her last name means long hair, but she's actually as bald as a mango.
  • We Have Reserves: She kidnaps women in order to harvest them of their hair and turn said hair into wigs.

    Dr. Gelee 
A mad scientist who is obsessed with chess and determined to freeze the entire world over. Has a particular grudge against Clover.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: He had taken Clover with him to make as his companion and "Ice Queen".
  • Revenge: His motive in his second appearance is to get revenge on the girls (Clover in particularly) for both ruining his plans and rejecting his advances.

    Dr. Gray 
A former psychiatrist who developed a device to swap people's personalities.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: In his second appearance, he swapped minds with Jerry in order to take control of W.O.O.H.P..
  • Personality Swap: In his first appearance he used a device resembling a stopwatch used in hypnotherapy to swap the personalities (but not the minds) of his patients, and Jerry and Clover.
  • The Shrink: He used to be one until he got sick of listening to his patients' problems and became a Psycho Psychologist.

    The Granny 
A seemingly sweet old lady who is actually a master criminal who is always trying to rob banks with the help of her partners "Bubby" and "Papa".

    Geraldine Husk 
A former W.O.O.H.P. applicant who was rejected for not being "goody-goody enough to make the cut". In retaliation, she formed S.P.I. as a way to put W.O.O.H.P. out of business. It turns out S.P.I. orchestrated the crimes they stopped so they could get the glory and provide a distraction so that Geraldine can rob the national banks. After the girls revealed her and S.P.I. to be a fraud, she's devoted to defeating them.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: She once kidnapped Clover and turned her into a cyborg under her control so she can take over the spy industry.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Her whole reason for wanting revenge on W.O.O.H.P.? She didn't have what it takes to graduate.
  • Misplaced Retribution: Her later villainy is directed towards Clover, but Sam is usually the one who foils her schemes.
  • Never My Fault: She refuses to accept that it was her own fault she didn't make it to graduating W.O.O.H.P., due to lacking the moral code necessary for doing the job.
  • Professional Killer: She hires Blaine to assassinate Clover under the pretense she was evil. When he finds out he was lied to, he makes sure to have her arrested personally.

    The Knight Villain 
An unnamed knight theme villain who tried to use a time machine to overthrow a medieval king and take over his kingdom, which would have lead to a chain reactions which would make him ruler of the world.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: He is actually the first villain to do this as he was taken with Clover because of her good looks and tried to make her his "queen".
  • Handsome Lech: He is quite dashing, but any love he wanted Clover to feel for him didn’t happen as she found out very soon he was sexist, egotistical and arrogant.
  • Straw Misogynist: He outright tells Clover that his queen is "all about obedience" and it's implied that he wasn't going to actually treat Clover like a queen, just as another slave and expect her behave like women did during medieval times.
  • Time Travel for Fun and Profit: His plan is to use modern day weapons technology to conquer the 14th century.
  • Villainous Crush: He had one on Clover, much to her dismay.

    Jazz Hands
A mime themed villain who is determined to make mimes stay in the spotlight, with him as the leader of his "mime empire".
  • Everyone Hates Mimes: His motive for becoming evil is because he feel that mimes don't get the recognition he feels they deserve.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: In his debut episode after being defeated by the spies, he ironically gets trapped in an invisible box and muted by his own accordion.
  • The Speechless: Averted, as unlike classic mimes, he talks freely as he claims that mimes are allowed to talk off stage. He even calls this trope a stereotype.
  • Villainous Crush: He develops one on Sam's evil mime persona, Miss Spirit Fingers, and even wanted to make her his queen of mimes.
  • Your Mime Makes It Real: One of his abilities is that he can trap his enemies in the "invisible box" he mimes.

    John Smith 
Voiced by: Mark Hamill
A principal who is actually more than 800 years old, having discovered three Sumatran gems that can drain the life force out of people and give him eternal youth.
  • Killed Off for Real: When the gem at the concert exploded in his proximity, Smith turns into nothing but a pile of dust in Sam's hand.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Heck, he's even older than that! He's been around since the 12th century, draining the life energy out of people to preserve his youth.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Smith found three gems that can give him his youth, but only one was destroyed, resulting in his death. It's unknown what happened to the other two.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He had been stealing the life forces of people since the 12th century all to become eternally young.

    Kyle Katz
A very handsome and charismatic jewel thief who had eluded W.O.O.H.P. for years and who only commits heists whenever the planets are aligned, which causes complete darkness. All three of the spies are taken with him because of his dashing good looks.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He seems like a kind, charming and personable man in front of the girls, but he's only pretending in order to make his escape.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: He deliberately plays this trope in order to manipulate the girls in order to turn them against each other so he can carry out his plans.
  • Genre Savvy: He is basically what would happen if a criminal from the real world was dropped into the Totally Spies! universe. As he's targeting the Uzbekistan Pearl, the spies enter the vault to stop Katz while holding up said pearl. He just grabs the pearl, slams the vault door right in their faces, changes the lock code, and then leaves.

    Max Exterminus 
A prize-winning exterminator who believed his job was a waste of time since he couldn't kill all the bugs in his neighborhood, let alone all the bugs in the world. So he decided, if he couldn't beat them, he would join them...or in his case, led them as king of the insects. He did this by turning himself into a half human-half cockroach mutant and attempted to rid the world of all life forms except bugs.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: He called Alex his queen of all insects, having been captivated by her looks and her dangerous lifestyle as a spy. He transformed her into a human/cockroach-hybrid just like him (though not a complete transformation) and claimed he and Alex will have larvae together, much to her disgust at the time.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: He seemed genuinely hurt when Alex squirted bug spray in his face and left him to die.
  • Killed Off for Real: After the rocket containing his bug venom began to crash, Max refused to let it go, claiming it to be his life's work and was seemingly killed when the rocket exploded on impact.
  • Villainous Crush: He developed one on Alex, comparing her to a black widow spider: "You're dark, leggy, and I'm certain, quite dangerous."

    O.P. Parents 
A group of parents of a seemingly perfect community that is secretly brainwashing their teenagers and were eventually stopped by the spies.
  • '50s Hair: The head father wears his brown hair in a brylcreemed hairdo that Ronald Reagan would envy.
  • '60s Hair: The head mother wears her blonde wavy helmet held by a Alice band, coupled with a cocktail dress, making her look like Betty Draper.
  • Abusive Parents: The fact that they were trying to BRAINWASH their own children is just the tip of the iceberg with them.
  • Control Freak: That is putting it very, VERY MILDLY. The O.P. stands for Oceanic Palisades, but in reality, it should stand for "overprotective parents".
  • Disappointed by the Motive: Sam even calls them pathetic since they seemed to be afraid of their own children.
  • Moral Guardian: Taken to extreme Knight Templar levels as they had not only brainwash their children into behaving like "perfect citizens" but they placed strict 7:00 curfews, took away the mall, television, rock music and anything they felt was "dangerous." Talk about overprotective!

    Salty Schooner 
A pirate-themed villain who tried to steal the WOOHP-Tanic and force Clover to be his "pirate queen".
  • Ax-Crazy: He goes from wanting to steal the WOOHP-Tanic ship to try and FLOOD THE EARTH after he learns of the powerful laser on board.
  • Love at First Sight: Experiences this once he sees Clover dressed in her pirate chic clothes.
  • A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: He looks, dresses, talks and acts like a real pirate.
  • Ruthless Modern Pirates: He comes from a long line of sea pirates and wants to use the WOOHP-Tanic as his new ship.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: It's unknown if this is his real accent or if it's just for show.
  • Villainous Crush: He is the third bad guy to have one on Clover, which is extremely one sided.

    Sebastian Saga
Voiced by: Jim Ward
A former rock guitarist who lost his left arm in a freak pyrotechnics accident, resulting in him replacing it with a clawed prosthetic. Since then, he wanted revenge on the music industry for killing his career.
  • Artificial Limbs: After he lost his left arm in a freak pyrotechnics accident, he had it replaced with a clawed metal prosthetic.
  • Badass Longhair: Sebastian has long silver hair that hides the left side of his face.
  • Mind-Control Music: His MO. In the first episode of the series, he tried to use rising pop star Ricky Mathis' music to take over the world in his name. Later in season two, he used a rage-inducing song to make people attending raves destroy the places the raves were taking place...which happened to be the Spies' favorite hangouts such as Alex's roller rink, Sam's art museum and Clover's mall. The grand finale would have been Beverly Hills High School.
  • Starter Villain: The first bad guy of the series.

    Wera Vann
A former wedding dress designer who tried to ruin high profile weddings with her weaponized dresses, only to be defeated by the spies.
  • Action Fashionista: An evil example since she's one of the villains.
  • Idiot Ball: Combined with Evil Is Petty—to put it as simply as possible, Wera's entire motivation for becoming a villain is because she's mad that the wedding dresses she designed were only worn once before basically being locked away in a closet forever, never to be worn again. She doesn't seem to get (or is possibly just outright ignoring the fact) that, traditionally, a wedding dress isn't supposed to be worn by anyone for anything other than by a bride for her wedding.
    • She also doesn't seem to consider that, if she wanted her designs to be worn more than once that badly, she can just design stuff other than wedding dresses—after all, there's plenty of other types of clothing that people wear on a more frequent basis than a wedding dress.
  • Light Is Not Good: She wears pink and fuchsia, but is the opposite of sugar, spice, or anything nice.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: She's supposed to be British, but has an American/Canadian accent (unless she's an American who moved to England).
  • Psycho Pink: She wears pink and fuchsia and is psychotic enough to destroy all weddings for only wearing her wedding dresses once.

    Dr. Inga Bittersweet
Voiced by: BJ Ward
A Swiss cookie maker who was part of the Happy Girls (a Girl Scout-style scouting organization) as a kid, but was kicked out for eating the cookies that she was supposed to be selling. To get revenge, she created "Passion Patties," mint-flavored chocolate cookies that are extremely addictive and make people go crazy for them (as well as making them extremely overweight in a very short time).
  • Balloon Belly: Balloons up in size when Sam gives her a literal taste of her own medicine.
  • Didn't Think This Through: She created a machine that would force feed people to death, but didn't bother adding a feature to stop them from simply spitting the food out of their mouths.
  • Evil Is Petty: Combined with Never My Fault and Villainous Glutton—since she ate the cookies instead of selling them, it's ultimately Inga's own fault that she got kicked out of the Happy Girls as a kid, but she wants to get revenge anyway.
  • Herr Doktor: She's a Swiss scientist and she has a German accent (German's the most commonly spoken language in Switzerland).
  • Mad Scientist: To some extent—she created the Passion Patties-cookies to be addictive to the point that anyone who ate them was immediately hooked on them and would become extremely overweight in a very short amount of time.
  • Meaningful Name: She Used to Be a Sweet Kid (and also has a really bad Sweet Tooth) but is very bitter about getting kicked out of her scouting troop when she was a kid.
  • Misplaced Retribution: Instead of taking revenge on the people who kicked her out, she wants to take revenge on the Happy Girls-organization as a whole (as well as the entire world) by making everyone fat and addicted to her cookies.
  • A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Literally! The spies are ultimately able to defeat by forcing her to drink a vial of her cookies' main ingredient, causing her to balloon to Clover's size in mere seconds. According to Jerry (who had also eaten some of the cookies), the main ingredient for Passion Patties was a highly concentrated sugar extract—as a result, anyone who ate Inga's cookies was hooked on them right away.note 
  • Temporary Bulk Change: After Sam forces Bittersweet to drink an entire vial of her sugar extract she grows morbidly obese in seconds. When she appears among the other W.O.O.H.P. prisoners, she was clearly given the antidote made for her victims.

    Toad, Pig, Sloth, and Cow 
Bittersweet's henchwomen.

    Seth Toyman 
A toy maker who makes toys that come to life with military technology.
  • Happy Ending Override: In his first appearance, he apologizes for what he’s done and gets nothing more than community service. In his next appearance, he hacked W.O.O.H.P. offscreen and got sent to jail.

A furious yoga teacher who tries to get revenge for being driven bankrupt by a rival studio.
  • Evil Is Petty: She went bad just because she lost her business.
  • Face–Heel Turn: She used to be the girls' and Mandy's yoga instructor until Kung Fu Fondu stealing the competition, as well as her anger problem, made everyone leave.
  • Fiery Redhead: She has orange-red hair and has major anger issues.
  • Mind Control: She uses mind control to get people to join her side. Said mind control also grants her minions powers normally found in Shonen Jump.
  • Villain of Another Story: Debuted in an Early-Bird Cameo and doesn't become the Villain of the Week until her next appearance.

    Simon Tucker
An Australian/Irish man who hates shopping and malls, as he considers it "commercialist".
  • Evil Is Petty: He is evil because his business was shut down by a rival and is now out for revenge.
  • Mind Control: He uses mind control by putting hypnotic radios on people's ears. He then makes them wear green hats, matching pants, white tank tops and blue war paint when they join his army to vandalize stores.
  • Never My Fault: He thinks the rival business is to blame for his face-heel turn.

She is the coach of the Romanian women's gymnastics team, but was cheating to win by giving monkey DNA to her athletes to make them better than everyone else.

    Maggie Trendset
An interior designer with very strange and tacky taste who was (not surprisingly) rejected from the world of interior design.
  • Evil Brit: Despite being American, she speaks with an accent similar to Rarity.
  • Evil Is Petty: Pretty much the whole reason Maggie turned evil was because her designs kept being rejected and now wants to make people notice her (and her designs) by kidnapping other interior designers.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: She wants to become famous and well-known, but her awful taste in interior design keeps getting rejected.
  • Meaningful Name: She wants to be a famous interior designer, but it's more of an Ironic Name because nobody saw her as a trendsetter.

    Shelly Junglelove
A Brazilian woman who loves plants and jungles, but hates modern technology. Her aim is to restore the wild to the world, by force.

    Ice Solina

An African-Hawaiian figure skater terrorist, Solina wants to freeze the world due to being too lazy to go somewhere cold to skate.

  • Evil Is Petty: Solina's rationale for freezing the world: She couldn't be bothered to leave Hawaii for somewhere to skate.

    Tuesday Tate 
Voiced by: Cree Summer
An Australian woman who was once one of the top supermodels in the world—after getting attacked by a lion during a circus-themed modeling shoot, Tuesday got a robotic leg and gave up her job as a model. She eventually became the head of her own modeling agency called "Picture Perfect," which is headquartered in Australia.

Eventually, she created a machine that makes "picture perfect" models by switching peoples' "perfect" body parts to dominate the modeling industry and get revenge.

  • Artificial Limbs: She replaced her right leg with a metal one after getting attacked by a lion during a circus-themed modeling shoot gone horribly wrong.
  • Evil Redhead: She has red hair.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: She's (presumably) Australian but has an American accent.
  • Why Didn't I Think of That?: When Alex points out that she could've just used her machine to give herself a new leg, she admits that's a good idea, but goes with her revenge-scheme because she finds it more fun.

    Violet Vanderfleet 
Voiced by: Linda Ballantyne

An accomplished botanist, Violet experienced a string of unsuccessful romantic relationships, all of which ended in her being dumped. The breakups all soured her on romance, and men in general. In misguided revenge, she genetically engineered a hybrid of venomous flowers that could leave it’s victims in a zombie-like state, planning to use them to “zombify” the planet’s entire male population.

    Virtual Demon 
A mysterious entity that possessed Britney as the result of an accident during her virtual simulation training. It took the form of three incarcerated villains who were out for revenge on the spies.

As a whole

  • Remember the New Guy?: The spies apparently encountered and defeated them before, but this is the first (and only) episode they show up in.

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