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     Regina "Reggie" Abbott/Twelve 

Regina "Reggie" Abbott/Twelve
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Voiced by: Kelsey Abbott

Reggie is a recently turned 12-year-old girl who is stubbornly refusing to grow up and act her age.

  • Allergic to Love: Being around Conelly sends Reggie into a near panic attack. Takes a darker turn when Reggie can't even be in the same room as her without making a beeline to Endless.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Most people shun Reggie away or look at her weirdly due to her eccentric and childish personality.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Several fans have posited that she has a disorder due to her lack of social awareness and impulsive tendencies.
  • Babysitter from Hell: She's not intentionally malicious, however due to her lack of experience and hyperactivity she terrifies Ogden, who is fairly shy and timid.
  • Bag of Holding: Her friend Flaps is a yellow flying squid that can spit up a wide range of weapons for Reggie to use on Endless Island.
  • Celibate Hero: Reggie does not have the best opinion of relationships due to her parents and aunts failed ones, and tries to claim she isn't interested in one. That doesn't stop her from having a crush on an older girl.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Reggie has a gap between her front teeth giving her a youthful appearance.
  • Crush Blush: Suffers from this around Conelly.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Reggie wears one blue sneaker and one pink.
  • Fiery Redhead: She is ginger-haired and very impulsive.
  • G-Rated Drug: Reggie's dependency on Endless has all the hallmarks of addiction. We also see that anytime she is barred from going to Endless she starts to develop symptoms very close to withdrawal.
  • Gay Best Friend: Is this for Todd and Esther.
  • Genki Girl: Gung-ho, reckless, and excitable.
  • Growing Up Sucks: She stubbornly holds on to this opinion, especially as the people in her life try to get her to act more mature.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: She likes to think she's the most powerful being on Endless Island, due to how powerless she feels in the real world.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: Reggie resembles her voice actress Kelsy Abbott.
  • It's All About Me: Constantly refers to Endless Island as "mine" and her impulsive and egocentric nature puts her in conflict with others sometimes.
  • Likes Older Women: Reggie clearly has a crush on Conelly, who's two years older than her.
  • Love at First Sight: Reggie falls for Conelly after seeing her filming a movie behind their school.
  • Magical Girl Warrior: Reggie has super strength and a cool outfit, but only when she's on Endless Island. Her choice of combat outfit leans heavily towards a sportier and more physically involved image than most examples of the trope.
  • Meaningful Name: Reggie’s given name Regina means “queen” in Latin. “Queen” might be a stretch in terms of authority, but Reggie has power in Endless Island and the inhabitants hold her in high regard.
  • Mr. Imagination: To the point of (possibly) creating an entire island where anything she creates in her imagination can come to life.
  • Occidental Otaku: She tries to bring a manga for Show-and-Tell and calls a teacher a "Baka" for refusing to let her put on an anime soundtrack for the school dance
  • One-Person Birthday Party: One of Reggie’s worst memories is of her birthday party where nobody she invited came over.
  • Peter Pan Parody
  • The Pigpen: Downplayed, but Reggie is not too hung up cleanliness.
  • Redhead In Green: Reggie wears some green on Endless Island.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The energetic girl to Shane's (in the pilot)/Todd's (in the series) savvy guy.
  • Super Strength: One of her powers on Endless allows her to lift and throw huge objects with little effort.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Reggie is the tomboy to Esther’s girly girl.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Reggie" is normally a guy's name. It's a nickname for Regina.
  • Your Mind Makes It Real: It's strongly hinted that Endless Island is the way it is because Reggie wants it to be.


Voiced by: Antony Del Rio
Reggie's best friend who sometimes feels overwhelmed by his responsibilities.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Todd has purple skin on Endless Island, which doesn't happen to Reggie or Esther.
  • Ambiguously Bi: He eventually starts going out with Gwen. However, he comments that Reggie's parents were both hot in an old photo she shows him, and he's also shown to enjoy playing a dating board game that's clearly aimed at girls.
  • Ambiguously Brown: He has a noticeable dark skin tone.
  • Animal Motifs: Seems to be specifically associated with shrimps: some of his default transformations are shrimp-based, the Butt Witch turns him into a shrimp, the chip bags with his embarrassing memories has his in shrimp form. This possibly in part due to Aaron's band name, The Shrimps.
  • Cool Big Bro: He has two very young twin sisters who he often has to babysit thanks to his neglectful father. He himself has one in Aaron, who he strongly admires and tries to impress.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He's quite laid-back and sarcastic most of the time. He even admits that he's "kind of sassy" in episode 3.
  • Financial Abuse: His father once borrowed his coin collection to pay the bills.
  • Missing Mom: Todd’s mother is out of the picture.
  • Only Friend: To Reggie before Esther shows up.
  • Parental Neglect: His father is more interested in trying to recapture his youth than taking care of his kids, and because Aaron is away at college, Todd has to pick up the slack.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: It's not super overt, but Todd has next to no hang-ups about any stereotypically girly or childish activities Reggie or Esther wanna do and is never seen complaining about them. When the gang plays what is in Esther's words a very heteronormative dating board game for preteen girls, he fully enjoys himself with no embarrassment, and says he often plays it with his younger sisters - in fact, he only gets annoyed when he gets pulled away from the game.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The savvy guy to Reggie's energetic girl.
  • Terrible Artist: But not a Dreadful Musician. Any time there are arts and crafts or drawing involved, Todd has little clue what to do and his results are less than impressive. He tries, though.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Hard-boiled eggs. Reggie has a bunch of them for his surprise party at Endless and he's seen eating another one during his party at his home.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: Can shapeshift into a variety of creatures.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has purple hair when he's on Endless Island.

    Esther Hopkins 

Esther Hopkins
Voiced by: Jaylen Barron
The new girl at school desperate to be friends with Reggie no matter what.
  • Badass Bookworm: She holds her own more then a few times in a fight, but she is also an extremely academically gifted student with a real love for all literature.
  • Black and Nerdy: Dark-skinned and arguably the nerdiest member of the cast.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Her hair doesn't even reach her shoulders. The trope is inverted since she's actually a very feminine girl, in stark contrast to Reggie who has much longer hair but is more of a tomboy.
  • Canon Foreigner: Never appeared in the original pilot.
  • Education Mama: Both of her parents are this. Esther admits that going to Endless gives her a break from their expectations.
  • Extreme Doormat: She has a very hard time voicing her opinion, especially if it's in opposition to Reggie's.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: The one piece she wears on Endless has one yellow sleeve and one red.
  • Genki Girl: Not to Reggie's extent, but it's still present.
  • Lady in Red: A G-rated example in “Dance Forever” when Esther wears a red dress to a school dance.
  • Light 'em Up: Can create ropes out of light, which can be used to attack as whips, to restrain others, or to pull her friends out of danger.
  • Meaningful Name: Esther translates to "star" in Persian. Her powers on Endless Island are closely linked with space, with whips made out of light and a planet-shaped hoverboard.
  • Motor Mouth: Tends to talk very quickly when excited about things.
  • Not Quite Flight: One of her powers is to fly around on a Saturn-shaped hover board.
  • Pink Is Feminine: Esther wears a pink sweater with a blue skirt.
  • Shipper on Deck: She is very passionate about romance, once exclaiming that she "can't wait to fall in love." She squees over Mack and Beefhouse's loving and supportive relationship, and is very pro Todd and Gwen.
  • Stage Fright / Stress Vomit: Back in elementary school, when she had to star in a play in front of a live audience.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Esther is the girly girl to Reggie's tomboy.
  • Warp Whistle: A literal example. Her "key" to Endless is a wooden whistle she carved herself that teleports her there when she plays it.

Earth Residents


The Abbott Family

    Judy Abbott 
Voiced by: Bridget Everett
Reggie and Dustin's mother.
  • Adult Fear: She's a single mother with children who are nothing like her. Her attempts to bond with her daughter as she is about to enter an important stage in her life only drive the girl away from her. She also has money troubles that affect her ability to provide for her children.
  • Mama Bear: Tells off a pair of bratty mean girls that criticize Reggie’s makeup in “The Mall Forever”
  • Parents as People: While she loves her children dearly, it's pretty obvious that she's struggling to relate to them.
  • Struggling Single Mother: She has a hard time not only dealing with Reggie's steadfast refusal to grow up but the fact that Reggie has no interest in anything feminine, in complete contrast to herself at Reggie's age, leaving her unsure of how to relate to her daughter. Her relationship with Dustin isn't much better, as he has his own weird hobbies she doesn't understand. There's also hints that she's struggling financially.
  • Wanted a Gender-Conforming Child: When she does spend time with her daughter, Judy's well-meaning but traditional ideas about femininity drives a wedge between her and the tomboyish Reggie.

    Dustin Abbott 
Voiced by: Brandon Wardell
Reggie's older brother.
  • Aloof Big Brother: He rarely interacts with Reggie, and when he does he's usually making fun of her. "Dustin Forever" shows that it wasn't always like this, and the two were rather close as kids.
  • Big Brother Bully: Often calls Reggie immature at best, a baby at worst.
  • Conspiracy Theorist: Once seen reading a book about lizard people and made a podcast about how the government is putting mind-controlling stuff in the water.
  • Not So Above It All: He has a reluctance to let go of a old childhood keepsake called “Mister Ratty”
  • Pet the Dog: While normally mean or indifferent to Reggie, "Dustin Forever" ends with him asking her to make a podcast style show to end the home movie franchise they created as kids.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Tristan from the pilot, taking the role of the male character who constantly calls Reggie immature.

    Daryl Abbott 
Reggie's father, who moved away after he and her mother got divorced.
  • Disappeared Dad: Reggie hasn't seen him since she was four. Judy tells her it’s because Daryl couldn’t handle the responsibilities of being an adult and a parent.
  • The Ghost: We never see him in-person, just old photos.
  • Manchild: According to Judy, he could never handle adulthood or parenthood well, so it was better for everyone that they split.
  • Turn Out Like His Father: He seems to be a cautionary tale for Reggie. A man who refused to grow up, much like Reggie, and ended up disappointing and leaving his entire family because of his irresponsibility.



Voiced by: Ashley Boettcher
A girl that Todd has a crush on.

Voiced by: Stephanie Beatriz
A cool eighth-grade girl who films movies behind the school.


Voiced by: Kelsey Abbott
Judy's eccentric friend.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Innocently Insensitive: While she did notice Reggie was upset that nobody came to her birthday party, she tried comforting her by telling little Reggie that the losers always make more money when they’re older.
  • Maiden Aunt: Doesn’t appear to have ever married or had kids, but she does have one nephew, Ogden. Also serves as a surrogate aunt to Reggie.
  • Odd Friendship: Seems to have this with Judy. They don’t appear to have much in common, but they get along nicely and support each other.

Endless Island Residents


    Brown Roger 
Once Reggie's oldest childhood toy, he comes to life after she brings him to Endless Island.

    Mack and Beefhouse 
Voiced by: Steve Agee (both of them)
The world's strongest couple. They were orignally Reggie's toys that she brought to life after burying them on Endless Island.
  • Badass Pacifist: They are incredibly stong fighters but often have no desire for violence. Its hinted they might actually be stronger than Reggie.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Mack and Beefhouse Forever", the Butt Witch forces them to attack each other for her own amusement.
  • Manly Gay: Very muscular and in love with each other.
  • Official Couple: They're known as the world's strongest couple. You can't get much more official than that.
  • Only Sane Man: They are often the voice of reason on Endless, and are some of the only people that can actually get Reggie to calm down.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: They are a pair of buff and manly-looking wrestlers and their masculinity is never brought into question, but we usually find them doing things like arts and crafts, cooking or yoga excercises, they are pacifist and use open communication techniques straight out of couples' therapy to solve conflicts between themselves.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: They love gushing over each other, much to Reggie's disgust.

Voiced by: Kelsey Abbott
An orange octopus with wings that spits out weapons.

    Mermaid Johnson 
One of Reggie's toys that she brought to life. A fish with a human head on the side

    Guy Pleasant 
Voiced by: Noel Fielding
A resident of Endless created by Todd in order to replace his older brother who went to college. He is a music player and a womanizer who doesn't help Todd at all.
  • Bishōnen: He's quite the pretty boy.
  • Chick Magnet: Draws a lot of female attention.
  • Ironic Name: Despite having the word Pleasant in his name, he's actually a jerk.
  • Jerkass: He acts like a jerk to Todd and takes his friends away from him.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Is noticeably less unpleasant in his second appearance, albeit uncaring about the effects the Endless is having on Todd and Esther.
  • Our Centaurs Are Different: He's a somewhat odd variation on a centaur, since he's part dog rather than being part horse.

Voiced by: Amy Sedaris
A resident that was created when a flower swallowed Reggie's old music box. She's always sad and thinking of the worst outcomes.
  • The Eeyore: She's a constantly sad being and only talks about depressing subjects. Even when she's legitimately happy, all she can talk about are sad things.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: She sees herself as this, justified as she was born from Reggie's feelings of rejection, sadness and disappointment.
  • Gray Rain of Depression: She becomes one when sufficiently saddened, becoming a cloud big enough to cover the whole island.
  • Literal Split Personality: Sadmantha is a living embodiment of Reggie's negative feelings about her father.

Native Residents

    Dr. Champion 
Voiced by: Wade Randolph
A loud-mouthed Large Ham resident of Endless Island.
  • Ambiguous Situation: He claims he's from Kentucky and even has a driver's license. At first, this seems to just be a joke, since the license has his face on it, but given the reveals in "Spring Break Forever" and "Stranger Forever", he could be telling the truth.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Even by Endless Island standards, he's weird.
  • Drama Queen: Probably the most dramatic person on Endless, and that's saying something.
  • Expy: In terms of design, Dr. Champion seems to be very heavily inspired by the Kamen Rider franchise.
  • No Indoor Voice: He's Suddenly Shouting so often that he practically doesn't have an indoor voice. When he's powered up by the trio's friendship it becomes full on Make Me Wanna Shout.

Voiced by: Spencer Rothbell
A native resident to Endless Island with a very needy personality.
  • Butt-Monkey: Nothing seems to go right for him.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Is willing to eat anything, including paint.
  • Hidden Depths: He was the first one to charge in to save Reggie and co from the Butt Witch in "Together Forever".

    Swimple Dan and Gorbis 
Voiced by: Spencer Rothbell (Swimple Dan)
A green worm with a pink creature on its back.

Voiced by: Steve Agee
A resident of Endless made out of stars.
  • The Bore: To the point that Rance would literally rather have his atoms scattered into the void then spend one more second with him. This is implied to be a recurring problem since he laments that all of his dates end that way.
  • Celestial Body: His body seems to be a galaxy in itself. When showing pictures of his family and friends, all of them are pictures of planets and nebulas.
  • Punny Name: His name is a play on “Alexander” and “galaxy.”
  • Straight Gay: Dates men but you wouldn't have guessed otherwise aside from the slight lisp in some dubs.

    Tasty Troy 
Voiced by: Spencer Rothbell
A yellow head on a walking desk that creates things out of his drawer.

Voiced by: Spencer Rothbell
A pink shark with legs.
  • Straight Gay: At least dated Galaxander, before deciding being reduced to atoms in a black hole was a better option.

    Tater Tot, Pretty Please and Beth 
Voiced by: Jaylen Barron (Pretty Please, Tater Tot), Nick Sumida (Beth)
A trio of small, cute residents of Endless.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Aerith and Bob: Beth is the only one of them with a relatively normal name.
  • Rage Breaking Point: They seem to reach theirs in "Together Forever", which leads to them going to town on the Butt Witch when they get a power-up.
  • The Runt at the End: Beth; of the three, she has the most normal name and the least humanoid appearance.

Voiced by: Wade Randolph
A small, creepy green resident of Endless.
  • Anti-Role Model: He's the reason Reggie and Esther give up spying on the residents of the island.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Even Reggie thinks he's creepy. When it looks like he's going to be taken from the island, nobody is in that big a hurry to stop it.
  • Gonk: Easily the ugliest thing on Endless, with his wrinkly face making him look middle-aged.
  • Jerkass: Delights in making mischief on the island, much to the exasperation of others.

Voiced by: Jaylen Barron
A very wild female resident with knives for hands and flowers where her eyes normally go.
  • Ax-Crazy: Unintentionally so. She's a tad too eager to use her knives in anything.
  • When All You Have is a Hammer…: When your hands are knives, stabbing tends to be your go-to solution, even if the problem is finding an invisible child.

Other Islands

    Captain Elmer 
Voiced by: Paul Williams
A resident of the realm Endless Island inhabits who visits the island in "Stranger Forever".
  • Adult Fear: Elmer feared becoming sick just like his mother when he grew up.
  • Ambiguously Human: Staying in Endless for so long has made Elmer... weird. He still looks human, but his limbs constantly fall off as if he were a doll with removable parts, and he hasn't aged since the 50's.
  • Chronic Evidence Retention Syndrome: Lampshaded by Todd when he and Esther find his diary with clippings detailing his thefts.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: He was originally living in Bethune around the 50's, but after his mother died of cancer he ran away to Endless and stayed there, essentially remaining a child for decades.
  • Loss of Identity: Decades on Endless have seriously eroded his notion of who he once was, such that his only driving force is his desire to steal. He snaps out of it when Todd and Esther show him his scrapbook.
  • Older Than They Look: Elmer may look like a child but he’s actually a kid from the 50’s, making him at least sixty years old by the show’s present time. Being in Endless, where time can be weird, kept him from aging but changed him into a doll-like child who was obsessed with stealing treasures.
  • Peter Pan Parody: Like Reggie, only on the far darker end of the trope. Elmer's backstory even resembles that of an older incarnation; both went off to The Neverland after their last remaining blood tie was severed— Peter when he saw his family had another baby and shut the window he fell out of, and Elmer when his mother passed away.
  • Sticky Fingers: At first he passes himself off as a great adventurer and his hoard of stuff is all gifts and presents from grateful citizens, but thanks to his own rather detailed diary it's found out he's just a thief.
  • Shadow Archetype: To Reggie, down to the immaturity, gap tooth and red hair, similar to her father. He's meant to show the dire consequences of refusing to grow up and relying on Endless to get away from troubles on Earth, only now taken to nightmarish levels.
  • Super Speed: The apparent power he gets while on Endless.
  • Vocal Dissonance: He looks like a young boy, but he has a scratchy voice that makes him sound like an old man. It turns out that he's actually much older than he looks, having lived in Endless since the 50s.


    Butt Witch 
Voiced by: Matt Berry
The main antagonist of the series, a feminine-looking entity given form when Reggie's puberty books were tossed into Endless Island's volcano.
  • Allegorical Character: For the fears of adulthood. Particularly unsubtle in that she was created or awakened by puberty books.
  • Ambiguous Situation: It's not entirely clear if the puberty books being thrown into the volcano outright created her or simply awakened her, since she constantly speaks about turning the island back to its original state and that she arrived back to the island after Reggie threw her puberty books into the volcano, implying that the latter situation is true.
  • Atrocious Alias: Hates being called the Butt Witch.
  • Berserk Button: The Butt Witch really doesn't like being called by that name.
  • Brutal Honesty: She never sugarcoats anything she says.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She has a tendency for dry witticisms when the situation calls for it.
  • Dreadful Musician: She attempts a Villain Song in one episode, but her keyboard skills leave quite a bit to be desired (not helped by the fact that she could only play one-handed at the time due to a broken arm,) and while her singing voice isn't terrible (Matt Berry, after all), the fact that she seems to be making up the lyrics on the spot leads to an awkwardly stilted delivery.
  • Emotion Eater: Can sniff out and taste negative emotions. She can eat the worms that are the physical manifestation of the children's boiled over frustration to increase her power.
  • Evil Brit: The Butt Witch speaks with a British accent, courtesy of Matt Berry.
  • Fate Worse than Death: She gets shrunk down, shoved into a cage, and left to the devices of Big Deal.
  • Graceful Loser: Whenever her schemes fail, the Butt Witch shrugs it off and is just glad they were at least able to provide her with entertainment.
  • Growing Up Sucks: The embodiment of this trope as far as Reggie is concerned.
  • Hartman Hips: She's got ridiculously wide hips; her nickname didn't come from out of nowhere, after all.
  • Horned Hairdo: Her hair looks like demonic horns as well as insect antennae.
  • Laughably Evil: At the end of the day, she's pretty damn hilarious to watch.
  • Made of Evil: Not explicit, but she does get larger the more negative emotions she consumes and smaller if subject to positive ones.
  • Meaningful Name: The show makes sure that we see just how... prominent her rear is.
  • Mind Manipulation: Her spells often brainwash or otherwise alter the perception of her victims.
  • More Than Mind Control: Her spells also only ever play on preexisting insecurities or tensions.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Curvaceous, constantly in sultry poses and voiced by Matt Berry. Later less so as she acquires a more insectoid appearance, but played straight again when she's brought back down.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Often sprouts a secondary set of arms.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Matt Berry's voice for her sounds very Tim Curry-influenced.
  • One-Winged Angel: In the climax of season 1, she eats enough of the worms produced by the children arguing that she grows into a massive reptilian creature with insectoid wings.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: If the Butt Witch's reaction to Reggie calling her by that name is any indication, it isn't her real name.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Butt Witch implies that she was sealed away until Reggie's negative emotions about growing up managed to free her.
  • Sickly Green Glow: An eerie green color scheme is the telltale sign of her magic.
  • Slasher Smile: Her default expression is one.
  • Talks Like a Simile: She tends to use oddly-specific metaphors and similes to emphasize her points; for one example, she says that Reggie abandoned one of her (now-sentient) toys like "a dirty dog burying a luscious bone"; and when she's defeated and shrunken down at the end of season 1, she remarks that she's now "as small as a shampoo bottle."
  • Vocal Dissonance: In spite of her stereotypically feminine body, she has the masculine voice of Matt Berry. It's possibly part of her status as an Allegorical Character for the fear of adulthood by showing how much someone's voice can change during puberty.
  • White Eyes Take Warning: Her pupils vanish when she's particularly angry.
  • Wicked Witch: Her name might have just been an insult, but she does seem to have a knack for casting spells and making potions.

    Big Deal 
Voiced by: Steve Agee
A bat-like resident of Endless Island. He is the only islander to join up with the Butt Witch, only due to falling in love with her.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: While the Butt Witch does occasionally enjoy his company, she doesn't reciprocate his feelings.
    Big Deal: I love you!
    Butt Witch: That's unfortunate.
  • Bald of Evil: Well, evil is stretching it, but he is definitely bald.
  • Bumbling Sidekick: For the Butt Witch.
  • Lethal Chef: He's shown to be a terrible cook; not only did he try (and fail) to make his own cheese for a picnic, but the "breakfast" he prepares for Butt Witch consists of various foodstuffs crudely mashed together on a plate.
  • Love Makes You Evil: Helps the Butt Witch because of his crush on her.
  • Love Martyr: Even after the Butt Witch forces him to undergo a monstrous transformation against his will he still defends her out of love.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: In fact, he probably wouldn't even be evil if it weren't for his huge crush on the Butt Witch.
  • Picky Eater: He admits that he has a "weird texture thing."
  • Skull for a Head: His face is very skull-like.
  • Subordinate Excuse: The reason he helps the Butt Witch is that he is head over heels in love with her. On his own, he's not very evil or competent enough to be evil.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: He's a short, stout male demon working for a tall, curvy witch.

Pilot-exclusive characters

Voiced by: Reese Hartwig
Reggie's best friend.

Voiced by: Jorge Diaz
A boy Reggie and Shane's age who is obsessed with appearing mature.
  • Ambiguously Brown: See below. Given his voice actor he might be latino.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Is rather tan and has blonde hair, though given the hairstyle it might have been dyed.
  • Dropped After the Pilot: Most of his traits are given to Dustin in the main series.
  • Fountain of Youth: Is accidentally turned into a baby by Reggie.
  • Irony: He's trying to act mature, but his behavior whenever Reggie and Shane inconvenience him makes him anything but.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Very heavily implied he was once close friends with Shane, since he tells him to abandon Reggie and join his "real friends".


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