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Corbin Bleu looks like Wyatt Williams

Wyatt Williams || 16 || In a relationship || FC: Corbin Bleu || Open

Starting ship: Wyatt/Marlowe Endgame Ship: Wyatt/Marlowe

Wyatt is a musical teenager with a caffeine addiction. Wyatt is the typical “nice guy”. He has trouble talking to women he finds himself attracted to without the assistance of his friends, and believes in luck.Wyatt is also dependent on coffee, and is easily irritated without caffeine in his system. Wyatt also likes to eat sushi even though his friends are disgusted by it. He is also acrophobic (scared of heights).

While working in the country music section at the music store Spin This, Wyatt was involved in a relationship with his employer Serena after being set up by Nikki Wong. She eventually broke up with him to pursue another of her employees, Chad, and this caused Wyatt to become hostile towards her and her new boyfriend. Wyatt annoyed Serena so much she was forced to fire him. Wyatt is then hired by Wayne at Underground Videos. Despite this fact, he still harbored feelings for her, and set up a shrine in his bedroom to honor her. When Serena discovered this, she took out a restraining order on him from mall security. Serena later asks him out again after dumping Chad, but he rejects her, telling her she “has to get over him”.

Finally moving on from his previous girlfriend Serena, Wyatt gets a new girlfriend named Marlowe. The relatively calm red-head had recently joined into Wyatt’s band and from there, the two began dating. However, due to spending so much time together, the two found they were getting on each other’s nerves more than ever and thus Marlowe sought Wyatt out to dump him. Wyatt hid for the whole day, eventually meeting up with Marlowe for an interesting discussion. Marlowe tells him she does not want to just “be friends”, telling Wyatt they will be the best of exes. Then she kisses him.

Wyatt is employed in the Galleria Shopping Mall at the Burger McFlipsters fast-food restaurant, where he composes and sings original lyrics to customers, attracting many girls. He previously worked at Underground Videos alongside Jude Lizowski, but was fired for spilling coffee onto the proprietor’s favorite tape.

Wyatt was sometimes made to feel as though he was not mature enough to carry on their relationship, prompting him to adopt more adult mannerisms for a short period. After being dumped, he became incredibly depressed and later, overly paranoid. He was convinced that the manager of Grind Me, Charmaine, was intentionally adding less foam to his coffee to get revenge on him for continuing to bother Serena (which turned out to be true). Wyatt enjoys reading and poetry, the latter of which he learned about from Starr. He is well-informed in the areas of history and science, and hates country music, though he is a fan of the bands Simple Plan, Radiohead, the Jumping Snails, and Mighty Weasels. In response to the perception that he never takes risks, he had a sixteenth note tattooed onto his left arm in the episode “One Quiet Day”.

Luke Bilyk looks like Jonesy Garcia

Jonesy Garcia || 16 || In a relationship || FC: Luke Bilyk || Open

Starting ship: Jonesy/Nikki Endgame ship: Jonesy/Nikki

Jonesy is a tall, good-looking, womanizing teenager. His relationship with Nikki Wong is central to the ongoing plot surrounding their characters, and his inability to maintain a job for more than a single episode is one of the program’s running gags. Jonesy is obsessed with women. His constant schemes to win girls over with his charm, as well as the pranks and other acts of mischief that he participates in with his best friend Jude Lizowski, have placed him on the mall’s Most Wanted list. Jonesy has flirted with most of the women he deems attractive, but his actions usually land him with rejection and trouble. Notable instances include his relationship with Amelie, a French exchange student who worked alongside him at an ice cream parlor and dumped him after he threatened to throw his brother in the mall fountain, as well as Lydia, a girl who refused to leave his side.

Jonesy loves Nikki Wong, and has since he was 14-years-old. They date for approximately three months during the second season until a series of events involving buying the right gift pushes Nikki to believe that if they shouldn’t continue seeing each other, they will end up losing their friendship forever. As a result, she convinces Jonesy that they should break up. Jonesy falls back into his old womanizing habits, however, while Nikki falls into a cycle of resentment and guilt. Ultimately, both admit their feelings for one another and commit to a serious relationship, and they have been dating through all of Season 3 and so far all of Season 4. Jonsey also admits that he thinks Nikki is “the one” and she said that she feels the same way.

Jonesy has never been able to hold a steady job in the Galleria Shopping Mall. He has been employed at most of the recurring locations on 6teen, in addition to many other stores and restaurants mentioned off-screen, but is always fired by the end of an episode in which he starts working. Nonetheless, he believes that the experiences attained from such a wide variety of workplaces make him more desirable as a laborer, rendering his résumé “colorful”.Jonesy had intended to get a job at the Gigantoplex, but was refused due to a bad interview.

Jonesy is lazy (even lazier than Wayne), smug, and persistent. He enjoys sports, chasing after beautiful women, and formulating get-rich-quick schemes. He is also prone to deviousness, arrogance, selfishness, male chauvinism, bragging, and dishonesty (nowhere near as dishonest as Tricia), though he cares deeply for his friends and puts their needs before his own. Jonesy also thinks that he can speak Spanish fluently, although his Spanish is poor according to Nikki and thinks that 47 is the answer to everything. It is implied that 47 is Jonesy’s lucky number. Despite his headstrong personality, Jonesy has numerous insecurities. He has a mild case of claustrophobia, a fact he does not readily admit because he thinks it tarnishes his tough guy image, and a fear of blood stemming from the childhood trauma of having a nosebleed that failed to stop.

Sam Earle looks like Jude Lizowski

Jude Lizowski || 16 || In a relationship || FC: Sam Earle || Taken

Starting ship: Jude/Nebula Endgame ship: Jude/Nebula

Jude is easygoing teenager with a knack for extreme sports. A free spirit, Jude loves to pull pranks with his best friend, Jonesy. He is not a particularly good student, and was on the verge of failing the majority of his classes at one point in time, even though he has an IQ of 175.Jude is also Jewish.

Jude is employed in the Galleria Shopping Mall at the game store. He previously worked as the manager of Stick-It, but the store was shut down by mall security after customers began complaining about his lack of cleanliness when preparing their meals (one found a cockroach in a kebab that he ordered and Jude admitted that he goes by the “three second rule”). Ron, in charge of investigating Stick-It, also discovered that Jude hadn’t cleaned the place the entire year he was in charge, as Jude thought someone else was supposed to do that. After that, he started working as a cashier at Underground Videos (Alongside Wyatt Williams for a while until he got fired for accidentally tripping and spilling his coffee all over Wayne’s rare VHS tape), but got fired after being banned from the mall forever by Ron for driving a Zamboni through the mall. While working there, Jude was the only one of the gang who actually viewed his employer, Wayne as an actual friend, while the other five despised him. However, Jude began working as the Zamboni driver at the ice rink after Bruno, the previous Zamboni driver, retired (meaning his expulsion from the mall was lifted), but he got fired after he accidentally hit the Zamboni lever, which made it drive through the mall with Jen’s new baby sister, Emma Jr., on board. Jude now works at EB games even though he wants to work at North Shore Surf and Skate Shop, but wasn’t hired because of a bad interview.

Jude is easily excited and unpredictable. On the surface, he does not appear to take anything seriously, but finds unique ways of dealing with everyday problems. He tends to approach things at a slow, suitable pace, and gives names to inanimate objects that he cherishes, such as his skateboard, “Sally”. Jonesy describes him as one who “takes weird to a whole new level”. Jude enjoys skateboarding and fountain diving. He listens to rock music, and is a fan of the Mighty Weasels band and hockey. Also, Jude has a peace symbol tattooed to his left butt cheek. While speaking to people, Jude usually addresses them as “dude” or “bro” in reference to males, and “dudette” or “brah” in reference to females or calling everyone as a whole “dudes”.