Patty Mayonnaise (Doug): Doug's girl next door unrequited love interest. Her blonde hair and olive skin complexion is easy on the eyes but it is her kind soul that wins you over. She is focused on her academics and athletics but still makes time to take care for her paraplegic father. First date recommendation: Concert, preferably "The Beets."
Rhonda Wellington Lloyd (Hey Arnold!): The rich bitch of P.S.118. You're not on her list of "cool kids" and she makes you sit in the back of the bus, but you would obey any order that came out of her mouth
even after she got glasses. First date recommendation: Take a stroll around Central Park and toss back a few Yahoo Sodas.
Debbie Thornberry (The Wild Thornberrys): Eliza may have the smarts and ability to talk to animals but her older sister Debbie has all the looks in the family. Not very outdoorsy and longs for the normal teenage life. She has been stuck traveling the world with her family in a van so you can only imagine how low her standards are. First date recommendation: When the RV's a rockin', don't come a knockin'.
Sandy Cheeks (SpongeBob SquarePants): Sandy is a female squirrel, but you can look past that because not only is she a southern bell, she likes karate, meditation, and surfing. She hangs with SpongeBob and Patrick so you wouldn't even mind hanging around her friends. First date recommendation: Practice your Ka-ra-te skills.
Regina "Reggie" Rocket (Rocket Power): Her younger brother, Otto, may be a huge tool but you can admire the family relationship they have with their Dad, Raymundo. With Reggie's "Zine" (an extreme sports magazine) flying off the magazine racks you can almost guarantee a sound financial future. Who knows, maybe Raymundo will pass over Otto and let you run the "ShoreShack" when he decides it's time to pack it in. First date recommendation: A nice day at the beach and maybe some fries and a shake at the "Shore Shack."