This page is a list of characters who have had only one speaking appearance throughout the series. Despite only speaking in one episode, they may well have made cameos in other episodes.
Adam is the third guy who went out with Jen in "Mr. and Mr. Perfect." According to Jen, they have a lot in common, and she fell for him naturally (unlike her other two dates in the episode). This led to her asking him to accompany her to the wedding, but her friends (and their arguing about Dax and Dougray) drove him away, and Jen ended up going to her cousin's wedding without a date. Adam is almost identical to Cory Halder, with the only differences being a darker complexion and black hair.
Alfonso Peterson was a guy who worked for Jonesy as an assistant in "Another Day at the Office." He was instructed to complete reports of some kind, even though Jonesy didn't know what they could be about. He also brought Jonesy coffee when requested, and essentially acted as a personal assistant for Jonesy when Jonesy imitated Mr. Loansbury.
According to Jude, Amelie is "the hottest girl in all of France." She has long black hair, unblemished skin, and large breasts. The last of these three make her a target for all the men in the mall, who dog her desperately. In her appearance, they were used for many gags, including one where all the males in the mall obsessively eat ice cream just to spend a few minutes with her (she works at the Soda Hop, which mainly serves ice cream).
Jonesy asked her out on a date and was turned down repeatedly. Undeterred, he continued to ask until she finally accepted his offer. Jonesy prepared for his date heavily, but all his preparations were for naught, as his older stepsister showed up and dumped his little brother Robbie on him, forcing him to babysit. Robbie did his best to wreck Jonesy's date, at first by suggesting that Jonesy likes sushi, then by making Jonesy eat his boogers, and finally by making Jonesy kiss him in place of Amelie. Eventually, Jonesy got fed up, and threw Robbie into the fountain, which made Amelie break up with him and got him arrested. She was last seen having fun with Robbie in the mall, treating Robbie like a nice little kid.
She is voiced by Elizabeth Hanna.
Ashley (called the "Fourth Clone" by Nikki) is a girl who briefly worked at The Khaki Barn in "Welcome to the Darth Side." She looked and acted exactly like Kirsten, Kristen and Chrissy. While the Clones welcomed her at first, they soon realized she was taking all their sales. Eventually she was fired and replaced by a newly-rehired Nikki, who was welcomed back due to her habit of letting The Clones get all the sales by doing no work whatsoever.
Billy is one of Caitlin's many boyfriends. He appeared in "The Lords of Malltown." There, Caitlin asked him on double dates–dates that involved four people because Billy refused to go anywhere without Carl. As a result, Jen was forced to date Carl while Caitlin went out with Billy. Caitlin had a huge crush on Billy until she found out that he had a bad case of acne on his back (or, as Nikki put it, bacne). After finding out about this, she broke up with Billy, which angered Jen because she had been forced to go out on double dates with Carl. Billy is habitually seen in jeans with checkered patches held up by red suspenders, checkered sneakers, a white shirt, and a white derby hat.
He is voiced by Ron Pardo.
Blake is a guy who expressed interest in Caitlin in "2-4-1." He has blonde hair and blue eyes, and his attire consists of a green sweater and white scarf. Oddly, both his scarf and his hair perpetually flutter in a breeze that doesn't exist for anyone else. He had a British accent and took Caitlin on many dates, including a picnic by the mall fountain, a coffee shop date, and a visit to an opening art gallery. On the last of these dates, he caught Caitlin cheating on him with Vince and broke up with her. Interestingly, when he broke up with Caitlin due to heartbreak, his scarf and hair stopped fluttering.
Brandon is a red-haired guy who appeared in "Midnight Madness." Caitlin thought he was cute and tried to attract his attention. Eventually, she was able to get it, and Brandon asked her to a New Year's Eve party at his house. Caitlin was so excited by this that she started doodling his name, him, and lovey-dovey things into a notebook. Brandon saw it, however, and he uninvited her to his party, thinking that she was a "clingy stalker girl."
Brandon's character design was reused for Dean, Caitlin's fifth choice for a date in "Role Reversal."
Brianna is a girl who appeared in "Spring Fling." She was Wyatt's date to the titular dance. Brianna is the child of two psychologists, and aims to become one herself. In the episode, Wyatt's friends constantly asked her for evaluations of their mental problems, which Brianna reluctantly provided with the cautionary note that she was not formally trained as a therapist. Despite this, her evaluations (suggesting that Jen has control issues, Nikki is secretly insecure about how other people perceive her, Caitlin is very eager to please, and Jonesy's machismo is a cover for his discomfort around women) were very accurate, even though those who asked for her opinion were not pleased to hear it (quite possibly because of how accurate her statements were). She was voiced by Aaryn Doyle.
Bruno is a man who used to work at the ice rink as the Zamboni driver. In "Snow Job," he took Jude under his wing and taught him the ropes of becoming a Zamboni driver. When Jude was tossed out of the mall by Ron the Rent-a-Cop for driving the Zamboni through it, he was actually willing to retire and hand the reins off to Jude. As his named successor, Jude effectively cannot be banished from the mall, as he is the only one who can drive the Zamboni.
Bruno is a middle-aged man who wears a red bandana, a red jacket over a black t-shirt, blue jeans, and work boots. He has long, greying hair tied into a ponytail and a nice beard. According to him, he started working as a Zamboni driver in 1982, and had been doing that up until the day that he retired. He later made a cameo in "Labour Day - Part 1" as one of the wheelchair racers.
Callie was Jude's over-the-phone girlfriend in "A Ding from Down Under." She was from Australia, and claimed to be into surfing, which she described as "skateboarding on water" (interestingly, skateboarding was originally called "surfing on land"). They met when she called the number to a pay phone in the mall looking for her boyfriend, Jara, who had recently moved to Canada. When Jude picked up, they started talking, and Jude became obsessed with her and spent all his time by the phone, including waiting by it all night in case Callie called (which she might, given the difference in time zones; in fact, she called late at night once). Eventually, Callie broke up with him through Nikki as Jarra was moving back to Australia, along the way indicating that she didn't think of it as a "real" relationship, as it was only over the phone.
Callum appeared in "Date and Switch." He was a guy that Caitlin had met at a costume party. He went as a gladiator, and looked tall, blonde, and ripped. However, in his day-to-day life, he was in fact a nerd, causing Caitlin to give him a false number to avoid having to deal with him. However, when she wrote down her number, she put it on an important slip of paper and had to find him again in order to get it back. Eventually, she got in contact with him again, but due to the fact that she was looking bad due to a series of unfortunate events at the Penalty Box, he gave her a fake number for a colon cleansing.
Cameron was a guy that impersonated Caitlin in "The List". He stole her credit card, and was able to get away with it because the credit card only said "C. Cooke". When he was caught, he tried to compliment Caitlin, and said that he wouldn't have stolen from her if he knew she was that beautiful. When this happened, Caitlin started to fall for him; however, when reminded by Jen of his crimes, she sent him away to be taken care of by the proper authorities.
Carl is Billy's best friend, whom he never does anything without, including date. In his appearance in "The Lords of Malltown," Carl and Jen went on several double dates with Billy and Caitlin. While Carl was attracted to Jen, Jen did not reciprocate his feelings, and was only there out of friendship and a willingness to help Caitlin.
When Caitlin and Billy ditched them, Jen attempted to leave Carl. When Carl asked why, Jen angrily told him off, shocking him. However, after she apologized, they did become better friends, especially when Carl suggested that Caitlin owed her; as Caitlin had left behind her credit card to pay for them to have fun together, Carl and Jen then went off and spent a lot of money doing so in order to get back at Caitlin–an act that was further justified when Caitlin ended up dumping Billy because he had a bad case of acne on his back.
Cathleen was Wyatt's girlfriend in "On Your Mark, Get Set... Date." They met at Jonesy's speed-dating extravaganza and hit it off when Wyatt learned that she was a barista at Grind Me. Soon, Wyatt discovered they had nothing in common, as Cathleen didn't watch TV or movies and was a huge fan of country music. Despite this, she made the most amazing coffee ever, which convinced Wyatt to stick with her. Eventually, though, it became obvious to even him that he was using Cathleen for her coffee when he got her a coffee bean grinder as a present. They broke up at this point, and Cathleen refused to make him coffee again as punishment.
Chocoholics Anonymous Girl
The Chocoholics Anonymous Girl is a teenager who works at Chocoholics Anonymous. She has short orange hair, unblemished skin, and wears a magenta hairband and a light lavender dress. Perhaps her most noticeable feature is a large potbelly, which is heavily suggested to have come about due to overindulging in chocolate. Her one and only appearance comes in "Girlie Boys," where she worked alongside Caitlin at Chocoholics Anonymous.
Cillian is a man who works in the upper echelons of the Burger McFlipster's corporate structure. He was seen in "Selling Out To The Burger Man" when Tim brought him in so he could see Wyatt's talents. Cillian almost instantly recognized how good Wyatt was, and suggested that he write a jingle for the chain. Although Wyatt was initially hesitant, he was convinced by a memory of Jonesy telling him earlier that day that "babes love bling" and by Marlowe's encouragement.
Upon reaching a deal, Cillian pulled out a contract and had Wyatt sign. Although things seemed to be going well once Wyatt wrote the jingle, soon Cillian began revealing things he didn't mention when having Wyatt sign the contract. First, instead of just having his band do a test run of the jingle over the mall PA, Cillian wanted them to perform live in the atrium. When Wyatt's band performed the jingle, they received cheers from the crowd, but Cillian didn't like the lyrics, thinking that they portrayed the food as unhealthy. He then apparently told the group that he was going to edit the lyrics; however, Cillian ended up rewriting the song completely and essentially wanted Wyatt's band to act as spokesmodels. The last straw came when he demanded the band wear giant food costumes, which they refused to do, kicking Wyatt out of the band instead. Eventually, the situation was resolved when Wyatt flat-out refused to sing any songs for Burger McFlipster's.
Cillian is always seen in a blue business suit with a red tie. His body is of a muscular build, and he has a square jaw and blonde hair in a crew cut. Cillian's eyes have never been seen because they are always hidden behind sunglasses.
Claudette is a French-Canadian figure skater who appeared in "Insert Name Here." There, she won Jude's heart, and he attempted to go out with her. He was able to do so after he bribed Coach Halder with private ice time. While Jude and Claudette seemed to be very fond of each other, they couldn't communicate as Claudette only spoke French and Jude only spoke English. They ended up breaking up because Claudette got invited to tour with the Ice Capades. Her character design is basically that of Rita, Jude's former girlfriend, but with different clothing and a different color scheme.
Connor (In a Retail Wonderland...)
Connor appeared in "In a Retail Wonderland..." There, he was Caitlin's boyfriend for half of the episode, but broke up with her because her job as Gift Girl was making her ignore him and their relationship. After this, Caitlin lost her shopping mojo until she saw that his job was to wear a costume at the mall involving antlers for Christmas. Seeing this, Caitlin began to think of her former boyfriend as "Antler Boy" and instantly got over her funk.
Connor (Smarten Up)
Connor's main appearance was in "Smarten Up." Josh's best friend, he was very cynical and sarcastic, and seemed to be to some extent able to see through Caitlin's fake "college" persona. While Josh was taken by what he thought was genius and symbolism, Connor saw it more for what it really was: Caitlin being Caitlin. In fact, while interviewing her with his friend, he seemed to notice that she was shallow and obsessed with clothes and boys. Despite this, he didn't blow her cover, instead letting Josh go ahead and presume she was in college and being willing to go out with her and her friends.
He was later shown working with Chill TV later in the series in "Sweet 6teen", in "The List" as a crowd member to whom Wayne is giving a speech, and once more in "Quit It" as a crowd member at Gameatorium.
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Dax was one of the two guys set up to compete for Jen's affection in "Mr. and Mr. Perfect." He is a muscular redhead who wears a green shirt. According to Nikki, he's a nationally ranked triathlete, and he runs quite a lot. He was the guy Jonesy and Nikki chose for Jen, and they got him to agree to go out with her in exchange for the use of Jen's employee discount. He looks like Joe, Caitlin's boyfriend in "Major Unfaithfulness."
Dougray was Caitlin's choice for Jen in "Mr. and Mr. Perfect." He likes lemonade and is apparently into sporty brunettes. Caitlin taught him everything she knew about Jen, and after Jen dumped Dax for him, Jen ended up getting bored because they had too much in common. Dougray was enticed into going out with Jen by Caitlin's promise of getting free lemonade for a year.
Dustin was Caitlin's boyfriend in "Pillow Talk." He had blonde hair and eyes that, as Nikki pointed out, were off-kilter. Caitlin liked him a lot, however, and certainly enough to tell him her friends' dirtiest secrets. This came back to bite her when he was asked onstage by a hypnotist and hypnotized into revealing all of the gang's secrets (except Caitlin). He ended up breaking up with her when her secret got leaked to the entire mall and she became a laughing stock. He is voiced by Dan Petronijevic (who also voiced Cory Halder).
Dyson is an animal lover who appeared in "All Pets Are Off." He was initially attracted to Caitlin because of her dog (really Tricia's), but was absorbed by his passion for animal rights. To try and attract his attention, Caitlin bought a "purse dog" from Jonesy that was actually a ferret. This did attract Dyson's attention, but only, as it turned out, because ferrets fall under a clause of the Exotic Pets Act, which meant that Caitlin had to give up her pet. At the end of the episode, Caitlin gave up on pursuing him because she realized that she'd always come second to animals with him.
Ed Loansbury is a man who works in the upper echelons of bank management. Jonesy impersonated him in "Another Day at the Office," and used his position to give out loans to his friends. Soon, though, the manager of the bank, became suspicious of the prodigious increase in the number of loans given out. Eventually, the real Ed Loansbury showed up, revealing himself to be a businessman in his fifties, causing Jonesy to leave the bank and all of the loans he gave out to be recalled.
Eddie was a cute guy that Jen liked in "The Journal." Originally, she was planning to ask him out despite being nervous about it, but these plans were shot down when her embarrassing secrets were leaked to the entire mall. Later, Eddie asked her out after her friends made up stories about how great she was, and she gladly accepted. After one date, Jen decided that she and Eddie weren't right for each other, as Eddie only liked his idealized version of her and not her as a person.
He is voiced by Paul O'Sullivan.
Ellen is Ethan's cousin. She appeared alongside him at the dance in "Role Reversal". She never spoke, although she giggled and smiled a lot, and she danced with Wayne many times. Her face resembles that of a widely smiling Daria Morgendorffer.
Ethan is one of Caitlin's crushes. He is a tall, brown-haired boy that wears glasses. When he appeared in "Role Reversal," Caitlin tried to ask him to the Sadie Hawkins dance, but couldn't do it due to the fact that she was too nervous to actually ask him out. Eventually, when she was unable to find another date, she ended up taking Wayne due to a mishap. At the dance, it was revealed by Ethan that he was taking his cousin, Ellen, in order to show her around town. Wayne paired up with Ellen, and Caitlin ended up hanging out with Ethan for the rest of the night, which was not a problem as they hit it off and seemed to be on good terms at the end of the episode.
Fish is a fish that Jude found inside Underground Video in "Fish and Make Up." Fish was in a small plastic bag of water, apparently abandoned, when Jude started hanging out with him and adopted him as a pet. Fish and Jude went on many adventures around the mall together, including visits to the Gigantoplex and Nice Cinnabuns, but Fish eventually died because Jude didn't transfer Fish to a larger container or even change the dirty water in his bag. He was given a funeral in the washrooms, and Nikki and Caitlin mended their friendship there. Currently, there is a plaque on the toilet he was flushed in showing a picture of a fish and reading "2005-2005."
Frédrika is a woman who apparently is the world's biggest talent agent for parts modelers (people paid to model shoes, watches, or scarves where only the body part in the accessory will be seen). She showed up in "The Hunted" and took a shine to Jonesy, whom she declared to have the perfect neck. She constantly wears a wide-brimmed hat and has her head perpetually tilted upwards. She also has a small mole and very pale skin. Jonesy considers her a "hot Euro-chick." She appears to be Eastern European in descent, and her accent suggests that she is originally from Russia.
Fabris is a famous, world-renowned hairstylist who only appeared in "Major Unfaithfulness." There, he opened a salon at the mall and gave away twenty free haircuts to promote it. Unfortunately, the haircut he gave to Caitlin was a hideous pink mullet. At the end of the episode, he also gave a horrible haircut to Joe. Despite his apparent proclivity for giving bad haircuts if allowed to do so, he is apparently an excellent hairdresser if given clear instructions.
Griffin is a cute guy who only appears in the episode "Cheapskates." There, Jen develops a crush on him after he calls her hot, and he asks her out. While initially Jen finds him romantic, soon it becomes apparent that he is extremely cheap, and she ends up dumping him. Later, she investigates why he's such a cheapskate, and finds out that he's not saving money for a noble reason (like a sick relative), but rather is just a cheapskate who saves as much money as possible and apparently managed to mooch $75 worth of goods off of Jen and her friends.
The handy stud is a repairman who appears in "Out Of This World." His name is never revealed (which becomes a running gag at the end of the episode), so amongst themselves, Caitlin, Jen, and Nikki refer to him as Handy Stud. Caitlin and Jen got into a fight over who would get to go out with him, which later escalated into a competition, eventually getting both of them arrested. Humorously, he is actually a horrible repairman, as nothing he touches gets fixed, and quite often it breaks worse. Nikki was the only person to notice this, though, as the women who called him (and came to him for repeat business) only cared about his good looks and were unconsciously able to ignore the awful work he did.
Harold is an employee of the Penalty Box who appeared only in "J is For Genius". He was seen being complimented by Jane, and it appeared to the gang that she's "cheating" on Jen, who had a girl crush on her. His appearance is identical to Paulo's.
Hunter is a guy featured in "The Hunted." He is seen an attractive guy who seems to have hidden depths. At the start of the episode, while shopping at the Khaki Barn, he seemed to not be interested in the rivalry between his workplace (Albatross & Finch) and the Khaki Barn. After Nikki helped him, he mentioned that he thought he felt a connection between them, and Nikki fell for him.
Nikki was too scared to ask him out, however, so she asked Caitlin to do so for her. When Caitlin visited him at work, Hunter claimed a connection with her as well, and Caitlin asked him out. This caused a rift to develop in Caitlin and Nikki's friendship when Nikki found out what Caitlin had done; however, this rift was mended when they saw Hunter dating someone else, and they soon found out that Hunter was dating all three of the Clones, Gwen, and an unnamed girl in addition to dating Caitlin.
Jack is a bully that made a brief appearance in "Life Slaver." He was seen threatening to drop Darth off of a balcony, and only avoided doing so when Caitlin distracted him by flirting with him, causing him to let Darth go. After he let go of Darth, Caitlin dropped any pretence of finding him attractive and told him off for bullying and wearing socks with sandals.
Jade is Jude's 10 year old cousin. She is featured in "Great Expectations." There, it is revealed that she had met the group previously and developed a crush on Jonesy, whom she nicknamed "Gonesy." In her appearance, she demonstrates a greater knowledge of Jonesy than his girlfriend, as she knows his blood type, favorite condiment on hot dogs, and when he first heard his favorite band. In addition to this, she bought him gifts with the money Jude's parents had left for food, and when Nikki got thrown in jail for what Ron perceived as shoplifting, Jade blackmailed Jonesy into becoming her boyfriend in exchange for the keys. However, when Jonesy ended up losing yet another job, she broke up with him and let Nikki have him for herself. There is a chance that her last name might be Lizowski as well.
James is Jen's date to the dance in "Role Reversal". Jen initially tried to force him to go out with her, but when she asked nicely, he agreed. James has brown hair and blue eyes. They seem to be on good terms, and had some fun at the dance.
Jane is a temporary employee of the Penalty Box that appeared in "J is For Genius". Jen formed a girl crush on her to the point of acting and dressing exactly like Jane. Jane eventually left the store but wrote a note to Jen that assured Jen that Jane cared about her.
Jasper appeared in "Cheapskates." He is a tan, good-looking guy with brown hair and nice clothes. Due to a misplacing of voices between him and his unnamed friend by Caitlin, Caitlin thought he only spoke Spanish and began to teach herself Spanish. Unbeknownst to her, Jasper only spoke English and didn't understand much Spanish. This led to a mix-up when Caitlin only spoke Spanish to him, leading Jasper to believe that Caitlin only spoke Spanish. Jasper consulted his friend, and his friend told him what to say to Caitlin. Unfortunately, Caitlin wasn't very good at the language, and ended up breaking up with Jasper because they just couldn't communicate.
Jasper's Unnamed Friend
Jasper's friend appeared alongside Jasper in "Cheapskates." He was never named, but was shown to speak Spanish. He was willing to help Jasper realize his desire to date Caitlin, and was largely the reason that Jasper was able to get together with Caitlin by giving him encouragement and advice. Ironically, though, he was also the cause of their breakup, due to the fact that because Caitlin heard him through the bathroom vents speaking Spanish, she assumed that Jasper was a Spanish speaker, and she broke up with Jasper because she thought she couldn't communicate with him (even though Jasper spoke English and not Spanish).
Jean is a character that only appeared in the episode "Role Reversal." She was hired at the Khaki Barn in order to help with the holiday rush. Jean and Nikki developed a bond after Jean revealed that she didn't like the Clones any more than Nikki did, even though she seemed to be getting along with them--Jean explained that since the Clones are her coworkers and that she'd only be working at the store two weeks, she didn't see any point in going out of her way not to get along with them. Nikki and Jean also discovered that they had a lot in common, particularly a common interest in traveling, and the two soon developed a friendship.
However, Nikki and Jean's friendship was tested when the gang pointed out that Jean might be a lesbian with a crush on Nikki. Later, while working at the Khaki Barn, Nikki hinted at wanting to know whether Jean was gay; Jean guessed where Nikki was headed, and revealed that she was a lesbian but had a date (later revealed to be Connie). While Jean is the third gay character to be featured on the show, she is the only one to openly declare that she is gay (the cowboy merely tried to win a date with Jonesy, and while Kevin was heavily implied to be gay he never stated that he was).
Jeff is a guy that Caitlin dated in "The Swami." There, she used Jude's advice to ask him out and also used his advice on the date. While Jude's advice worked initially, her use of odd koans during her date almost ruined it. However, when Caitlin confessed that she was using the advice of Swami Jude, Jeff pointed out that he knew that Jude was a guy who worked at Stick It, and the rest of the date went well.
Joanie is a girl who appeared in "Opposites Attack". She is essentially a female version of Jonesy. She has amazing burping abilities, is very sporty, and seems to generally be a tomboy. Like Jonesy, she took advantage of her position at the travel agency call center to goof off and play video games all day, and she and Jonesy quickly became friends. Because of how much Jonesy and Joanie had in common, Nikki worried that Jonesy would break up with her and start going out with Joanie. This became more of a worry for her after a disastrous movie date where Jonesy brought Joanie with him and the two seemingly had more chemistry with each other than Jonesy had with Nikki. When Jonesy learned about Nikki's fears, however, he told Joanie about them, and both agreed that such a pairing would be disastrous. Joanie also gave Jonesy advice as to how to win Nikki's heart back and essentially saved their relationship. Despite Jonesy not getting fired, she was never seen again.
She is voiced by Kristin Fairlie.
Joe dated Caitlin in "Major Unfaithfulness," where he invited her to his cousin's wedding as his date. Caitlin accepted, but almost had to cancel when a bad haircut by Fabris ruined her hair. She ended up going after Joe accepted her haircut readily, although she wore a wig to cover it up at the wedding. Later, Joe got a haircut from Fabris as well, and Caitlin dumped him because it looked horrible. They dated for approximately two weeks. He looks like Nikki's friend Dax.
Josh appeared in "Smarten Up". He is a college student. He and Connor were introduced interviewing women at the mall about how they were treated differently than men. He interviewed Caitlin, and they were both attracted to each other and started going on dates. In order to continue dating him, she pretended she was in college, and soon brought her friends into the charade. Josh ended up dumping her after her met her friends, as her friends (in their college personas) had acted like they had huge plans and had seemed serious, while Josh was more focused on being young and having fun. To add insult to injury, he started dating Kristen, who is also a high school student. Interestingly, both he and his best friend share names with one-time characters that appeared earlier on in Season Two. His name is shared with Jude's doppelgänger.
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Kevin is Caitlin's coworker at the Big Squeeze. They never met until the episode "Bicker Me Not" due to the fact that they work different shifts. When Kevin left his bag in the Big Squeeze by mistake, Caitlin fell in love with his sense of fashion and developed a crush on him based purely on his bag. She left him a note, and found a reply left in invisible ink on a sheet of paper (causing her to wonder about the other sheets of paper she had found lying around the Big Squeeze). They finally met near the end of the episode, where Kevin was disappointed to learn that Caitlin is a girl. Caitlin was confused by his reaction until Gracie Bickerson explained that "Kevin plays for the other team," meaning he is gay.
Kylie Smylie is the pop star who was the main focus of the episode titled with her name. She looks a lot like Wyatt, with brown dreadlocks and generally dark skin. In her appearance, she wore a top that was yellow-green on top and a darker shade of green for the stomach, black jeans, and high heels. She also continually wore a necklace.
In the episode, she came to the mall to do a record signing, a photo shoot, and a concert. She also ran an essay contest on her website; the winner would get to spend the day with her. Caitlin won, and they hung out a lot. Along the way, Kylie met several of Caitlin's friends, including Jen, Nikki, Jonesy, and Wyatt. Her meetings with Jen were generally awkward, as Jen was unable to speak around the pop star, and was revealed to be somewhat of a stalker, as she had bought a grilled-cheese sandwich that Kylie had taken a bite out of on the internet. Her meetings with Jonesy were greater in number, but she had very little actual interaction with him, as Jonesy was serving as part of her security detail.
The person Kylie grew the most attached to was Wyatt, whom she fell in love with. Seeing that Kylie desired Wyatt, Serena asked Wyatt out, but Wyatt (surprisingly) refused her, saying he'd gotten over her. Although Wyatt and Kylie really liked each other, to the point that Kylie invited him onstage to sing a duet with her, their relationship was broken up due to the interference of her father.
Despite being a pop star, Kylie seems to be really lonely. She mentioned to Caitlin that, due to touring all the time, she doesn't really have any friends. This, coupled with the fact that her father refuses to let her date until she's twenty-one, suggests that Kylie has very little interaction with other teenagers, and possibly spends most of her time in the company of her father and bodyguards.
She is voiced by Bryn McAuley.
Lacey appeared in "Quit It." She met Wyatt when they both ordered the same drink at Grind Me. She initially seemed to be a girl with many similarities to Wyatt, but she soon revealed that she had too much in common with him. As the episode went on, she started wearing the same clothes as Wyatt, took a job at Burger McFlipster's, got a guitar identical to his, changed her hairstyle into Wyatt's dreadlocks, and even stole his songs. Although Wyatt initially wanted to date her, when he saw the lengths to which she was copying him, he decided against continuing their relationship, and they broke up. She is voiced by Genelle Williams.
Laird is part of a marketing group who works as a "cool hunter," trying to find the next big trend. He appeared in "Fashion Victims," where he hired Jonesy to tell him what was happening around the mall. When Jonesy couldn't find any new trends, he made some up and sent them to Laird. All of the trends took the mall by storm, much to Nikki's surprise. Eventually, though, Jonesy had to tell Laird that his trends were over, and he was fired because none of his fads had staying power.
Les Bland appeared in "Selling Out To The Burger Man" as Caitlin's nerdy boyfriend. Despite nominally being her boyfriend, he really acted as a financier for her shopping expeditions, funding Caitlin's shopping sprees in order to get her to continue to go out with him. Because of this, Caitlin never remembered his name and only thought of him as a guy she was going shopping with. In the end, Les revealed to Nikki that he couldn't really afford Caitlin's extravagances, but he liked the attention that dating Caitlin brought. This caused Nikki and Jen to show Caitlin that she was only using Les for his money, and she broke up with him. After breaking up with him, though, she returned everything he bought for her and gave him his money back as an apology for using him.
Mike Dent is a skateboarding teen who only appeared in the episode "Girlie Boys." In his appearance, he was depicted as Jude's rival. Throughout the episode, he continually mocked Jude, often addressing him as "bra" (slang for a girl). It was also mentioned by Wyatt that Mike Dent stole his cookies when he was in kindergarden. Whenever he appeared, thrash metal music would play, signifying him as an antagonist. Jude challenged him to a one-on-one race; at the end of the episode, Jude was easily able to beat him due to his training regimen and shaved body. He was never seen after this episode.
Misha is a hospital cafeteria worker who only appeared in the first part of the episode "Labour Day". In her appearance, she was depicted as unable to make coffee as she didn't drink it, which agitated Wyatt, who was in desperate need of a cup of coffee. Wyatt tried to show Misha how to make coffee, but Misha developed a crush on him, and ended up giving Wyatt a deep, unwanted kiss that Wyatt only escaped when Misha's boss yelled at her for having customers behind the counter.
Morty was Nikki's boss at Counter Measures in "Quit It." She is a somewhat heavyset middle-aged woman. She seems to be the regional manager of the store, as she has mentioned opening several new stores. Each opening stresses her out a lot, and this causes her to become constipated to the point that she has to drink gallons of the store's laxative tea. In addition to this, Morty seems to dislike nicknames, as she always referred to Nikki as "Nicole" in the time that Nikki was employed there.
Nelson appears in "Jonesy's Low Mojo." He is a cocky prepubescent who spends a lot of time at the arcade and is a better gamer than Jonesy. This is shown when, after Jonesy sets a global high score on a game called Space Annihilator, he comes in and breaks the record. This in turn sets off a rivalry between the two that Nelson wins despite Jonesy's cheating ways and unsportsmanlike conduct.
Nitro Bob is a comic book artist in the world of 6teen. He is an overweight, middle-aged balding man who draws comic books starring a character named Nitro Bob. The Nitro Bob of the stories is an adventurous, adept, violent young man, a direct contrast to the Nitro Bob of reality. Carl and Jen met him in "The Lords of Malltown." Carl is a huge fan of his, and had him sign all of the Nitro Bob comics he owned.
Norm is the manager of GameWorld, the mall arcade. He only appears in "Jonesy's Low Mojo", where he is seen congratulating Jonesy and later Nelson over their respective record-setting scores on Space Annihilator. He also gives golden passes to them that last for one month, and later confiscates Jonesy's pass due to Jonesy's unsportsmanlike conduct. He also is the one who hangs the plaques commemorating their achievements. Norm has long brown hair that hangs into his eyes and wears a red t-shirt with a stylized V on it, green khakis, and sneakers.
Owen is one of two guys that Caitlin and Jen met in "Waiting to Ex-Sale" while waiting in line at Albatross & Finch. He was there to buy some new jeans. Jen and Owen seemed to be hitting it off, but the possibility of a relationship between them collapsed when Caitlin and Tad broke up.
Paulo is a Penalty Box employee whom Jen finds attractive in "Prank'd". His appearance is identical to Harold's. Thanks to Jonesy's pranks on Jen, she appeared to be a klutz in front of him. It is eventually revealed that he has a girlfriend and so wouldn't have been interested in Jen anyway.
Phoenix is a Hollywood actor. He showed up in the teen movie that was filmed in the mall in "The One with the Cold Sore." He seemed to be the star of the movie. He and Jen hung out a lot, and Jen fell in love with him, so much so that she was thinking of moving to L.A. because of him. At the end of the filming, however, he just walked away from her, revealing that he really didn't care all that much about her, much to her disappointment.
Rebecca is the manager of the mall's bank. She appeared in "Another Day at the Office". There, she mistook Jonesy for a man who worked higher in the corporate structure named Ed Loansbury, who was apparently going to come to her branch to conduct a review of their business. She has red hair and wears a business suit. She presumably has at least one child as she is seen in "6 Teens and A Baby" waiting in line for Jude's "baby whispering" with a baby.
Rita is a girl that Jude dated in "Dirty Work." She was an excessively clingy girlfriend that Jude was slightly afraid of and wanted to break up with. Because he couldn't figure out how to break it off with her, he paid Jonesy to break up with her for him, which spurred Jonesy to create a breaking bad news service. Jonesy also used her as a "rebound chick," which came back to hurt him when she arrived at the end of the episode and gave out invitations to a party she was hosting to everyone except Jonesy, whom she slapped, calling it a "message from all the rebound chicks." Her character design is the same as Claudette's, but with different clothing and a different color scheme.
She is voiced by Marieve Herington.
Ron Hughes is a movie director who showed up in "The One with the Cold Sore". In appearance and personality, he resembles Steven Spielberg, and is presumably a parody of Spielberg. He was the one who directed the movie, and the one who cast Jen, Nikki, and Wyatt while refusing to cast Jonesy and Caitlin.
Sawyer was Caitlin's love interest in "Whoa, Baby." He was the impetus for Caitlin to get a water bra, as he liked girls with large chests. While Caitlin initially was able to seduce him by using one of Jonesy's Jugs, one of the balloons forming the chest popped and splattered Sawyer with water, causing him to dump her and several girls to demand refunds from Jonesy (notably, the leakage was a problem for those girls as well as Caitlin).
Sergeant Beef appeared in "Kylie Smylie." He is the father of the eponymous pop star, and is very protective of his daughter, to the point that he won't let her date until after she turns twenty-one. Before his daughter became a pop star, Sergeant Beef was apparently a professional wrestler who was nicknamed "The Alberta Hurta" in addition to his wrestling name of Sergeant Beef. As a wrestler, his best-known move was his finishing move, the "Cow Pie." He used this move on Jonesy and Wyatt when he got mad at Wyatt for spending time with his daughter and at Jonesy for trying to stop him from hurting Wyatt. He is very tall and sports an incredibly muscular physique. His real name is unknown.
Shay Walker is a skater who appeared in "The List." His appearance is identical to that of Norm. He and Jude (who had a zit at the time) entered a drawing to win a longboard. When Shay is announced to have won the drawing, he cheers and pumps his fists, which unintentionally pops Jude's zit, spraying pus everywhere.
Star Contest Judges
These three judges judged the contest that took place at the mall in "Idol Time at the Mall". As Star Contest was a parody of American Idol, these three parodied the judges. There was a black judge (parody of Randy Jackson), a female judge (parody of Paula Abdul), and a sarcastic, British judge (parody of Simon Cowell). Although all three were seen, the rude judge was the only one to speak, and the only one actually seen judging.
Steve is a corpse only seen in "Labour Day - Part 2." He never spoke, due to being dead, but Jude spent half of the episode with him, talking to him about stuff. It seems that Jude never realized that Steve was dead, even though many obvious hints were made about it, including a toe tag that Jude read to learn the corpse's name. Despite this, talking to the corpse seemed to do Jude some good, as he was able to work through some problems he was having by talking about them, and by the end of the episode considered Steve a friend.
Tad is a guy that Caitlin met while in line at Albatross & Finch in "Waiting to Ex-Sale." Caitlin and Tad seemed like they were falling in love initially, but as the wait in line dragged on, they got to know each other better, and found out that they weren't right for each other. Eventually, after a fight, they broke up. Tad was seen again at the end of the episode with Owen, buying clothes at the sale.
Todd appears in "On Your Mark, Get Set... Date". He is the twin brother of Tom. He is the non-assertive, obedient twin who started out as a date for Jen, but after their disastrous date at El Sporto's, he and Caitlin realized that they were a better fit, and he became Caitlin's boyfriend.
Tom appears in "On Your Mark, Get Set... Date." He is the twin brother of Todd. He is the assertive twin who starts out as Caitlin's date. He frequently talks about his exploits doing extreme sports such as skydiving and whitewater rafting. He ends up dating Jen when they find out that they're better suited for each other.
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Vince is one of the two guys Caitlin dated in "2-4-1." He has black hair and tan skin. He wears a brown jacket over a white t-shirt. Like Blake, he is sensitive and sweet, and took Caitlin on several dates, including a coffee date and a lunch date. On the latter of these, he give Caitlin a ring that his grandmother gave him for the express purpose of giving it to the girl who stole his heart. He ended up breaking up with Caitlin because he couldn't stand sharing her with another guy.
He is voiced by Denis Akiyama.
Wade is one of Caitlin's boyfriends. He was only seen in "Fish and Make Up," where he was the impetus for the fight between Nikki and Caitlin. Caitlin was in love with him, and talked about him constantly; this irritated Nikki to such an extent that she yelled at Caitlin, and soon a tiff broke out between them.
Wade was only seen in a few scenes in the episode. In all of these, he was shopping with Caitlin. This is probably the reason why Nikki referred to the relationship between them as "Your [Caitlin's] nonstop shopping spree with Wade!" It seems likely that their relationship was in fact all based on his willingness to buy her clothes, as was a future relationship of hers.
Despite their relationship seemingly being based purely on pockets full of money, it was stable, at least for one of Caitlin's relationships. Early in the episode, she mentioned that they had been dating for eight days, and she was seen with him the next day, implying that this relationship lasted at least nine days. If this is true, Wade was one of Caitlin's longest relationships.
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Zane is one of Caitlin's many boyfriends. He appeared in "Unhappy Anniversary." There, Caitlin had a crush on him, and attempted to get his attention repeatedly but frequently ended up embarrassing herself in front of him. He found this endearing, however, and asked her out. Caitlin readily agreed, but was later threatened by Gwen and Mandy on behalf of Tricia, who had dated him in eighth grade and still hadn't gotten over him. Despite this warning, Caitlin went out with him anyway, which resulted in her being banned from several stores in the mall. Eventually, he ended up breaking up with her because of the feud between her and Tricia getting in the way of their relationship.
Zane has green eyes, brown hair, and a muscular body. In his appearance, he always wore a green muscle shirt and grey khakis. Caitlin mentioned that his favorite color was green. In "Unhappy Anniversary", he worked at Belts, Belts, Belts! However, he is seen working at North Shore Surf & Skate in "The List".
He is voiced by Tony Rosato.
Zargon "the Amazeologist" was a hypnotist that appeared in "Pillow Talk". He commanded Dustin, Caitlin's boyfriend at the time, to share people's embarrassing stories as if he were a news reporter on a gossip show. This resulted in the entire group being humiliated in front of the whole mall. As Zargon only appeared once to do a show, it can be assumed that he is a traveling hypnotist.