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Characters from What's With Andy? if you're looking for the character sheet for the literature series it's based on, see here.

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    Andrew "Andy" Larkin 
The main character of the show, and self-proclaimed world's greatest prankster.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Jen sure thinks so.
  • Anti-Hero: Likes to stir the pot, but isn't a villain.
  • Berserk Button: Messing with Lori is a surefire way to end up on the receiving end of his pranks.
  • Big Eater: Downplayed, but he still eats quite a bit.
  • Brainy Brunette: May not be a good student but his pranks prove he is quite intelligent, and he does have dark hair.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: When he narrates, he addresses the audience.
  • The Cassandra: Andy's lengthy history of pranking often leads people to not trust him, even when he's being sincere and telling the truth.
  • Catchphrase: "Check, Please!"
  • Character Narrator: Sometimes he narrates to the audience.
  • Child Hater: He doesn't hate children, but at first he didn't like the preschoolers he had to share with in "The Show Must Go On", as he thought it was undignified for him to socialize with children who had "just recently learned to go to the bathroom in a toilet instead of in their pants." However, when he stood up to a kid who was bullying them, they all became friends.
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: Quite often he loses or tears his pants.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Particularly when Jen is around. Also sometimes says things like "kill me now" if he's bored, however, it's a downplayed example as he's not that snarky.
  • Disguised in Drag: In "Just Stuffing" when he was copying Jen and "Emergency Spew Relish" when he was pretending to be a "granny".
  • Faking the Dead: In "Playing Dead", he pretends to be dead to get out of being used in a dunk tank.
  • It Runs in the Family: His grandpa is a prankster, and his dad used to be one.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Mainly wears blue jeans and a white T-shirt with red trim.
  • My Hovercraft Is Full of Eels: In "What's With Jean-Thomas?", he's trying to say "If you practice, you could win the Stanley Cup" in French. What he says is French, but it actually translates to "Your ears are so big that you look like the Stanley Cup".
  • Playing Sick: In "Gooey Chewies", Andy pretends to have caught Lori's "cold". There was also his You Don't Want to Catch This moment in "Emergency Spew Relish".
  • Potty Dance: In "Busting". He even says "Hold it in. Do a dance, that's the way to keep dry pants."
  • Potty Emergency: In "Busting", he has to pee while at a mall.
  • Prank Injuries: Fakes a broken leg in "Nurse Jen".
  • The Prankster: Andy's main trait.
  • Prince of Pranksters: Sometimes, his pranks are extremely elaborate.
  • Punny Name: His last name is "Larkin" and he's a prankster.
  • Sibling Rivalry: With Jen, normally he is cheeky to her and they squabble.
  • Time Stands Still: When he narrates.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Burgers.
  • You Don't Want to Catch This: Fakes a made-up ailment in "Emergency Spew Relish".
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    Daniel "Danny" Thaddeus Pickett 
Andy's best friend.

    Lori Mackney 
The girl Andy has a crush on.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her tube top doesn’t cover her belly button.
  • Birthday Episode: In "Gooey Chewies", she has her birthday.
  • Brainy Brunette: She has flowing dark hair and is an A student.
  • Cringe Comedy: She and Andy often get into awkward situations.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Downplayed, but she wears open-toed flip-flops 99% of the time, while all the other characters opt for closed-toe footwear.
  • Love Interest: Andy has a crush on her.
  • Morality Pet: To Andy sometimes when he is prevented from doing something bad.
  • Nice Girl: Normally, she is very polite.
  • Playing Sick: In "Gooey Chewies", it turns out she was faking her cold.
  • The Smart Guy: A very intelligent student.
  • Title Drop: She asks Danny "What's with Andy?" in "What's With Jean-Thomas?".
  • Trickster Girlfriend: Sometimes she gets back at Andy for his prankster tendencies and plays jokes on him:
    • In "Gooey Chewies", she fakes having a cold as a part of an April fools joke, and then pretends that she's mad at Andy for ruining her birthday party, while she actually isn't.
    • In "The Buck Stops Here", when Andy cheats to win the competition and get kissed by the Rodeo Queen (who he assumed was Lori), she deliberately doesn't tell him that the Queen is actually her ugly friend Hazel.

    Alfred "Al" Larkin 
Andy's dad, who works in a paper factory.
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: In the flashback in "Weight to Go, Andy", his pants fall down.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Apparently he hates burgers.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Mainly wears brown pants, a yellow shirt and a tie.
  • The Prankster: Used to be a practical joker, but has outgrown it.
  • Team Dad: Literally. He is a grumpy parental figure and a dad.
  • Weight Woe: In "Weight to Go, Andy", he starts to worry about fatness because he was about to have an interview with a health nut.
  • You Are Grounded: Along with his wife, he grounds Andy in "What's With Jean-Thomas?".

    Freda Larkin 
Andy's mom
  • Limited Wardrobe: Mainly wears a pink shirt and purple pants.
  • Weight Woe: In "Weight to Go, Andy", she worries about her weight because she's afraid to be unpopular.
  • You Are Grounded: Along with her husband, she grounds Andy in "What's With Jean-Thomas?".

    Jen Larkin 
Andy's big sister.
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    Peter Lik and Andrew Leech 
A pair of schoolyard bullies.

    Teri 
Jen's best friend.

    Jervis Coltrane 
A snobby boy.

    Martin 
Andy and Danny's friend

    Principal De Rosa 
The Principal of Andy's school
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    Craig Bennet 
Jen's crush, and a jock.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: When Andy is disguised as 'Andrea' in "Just Stuffing", he crushes on "her".
  • Jerk Jock: Plays a lot of sports but is not above cheating at them.
  • Love Interest: To Jen, and sometimes Teri, who both have crushes on him.

    Spank 
Andy's dog.

    Mrs Weebles 
An old lady.
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