Get out your hankies—this Fall marks the beginning of the end for 6TEEN as the show enters its fourth and final season on September 3 on TELETOON. Jonesy, Wyatt, Jude, Caitlin, Jen and Nikki are back at the mall for one last season of fun, romance, friendship and cringe-worthy moments. In honour of this momentous occasion, here’s a closer look at the six teens who rule Galleria Mall.
JONESY: The good-looking, popular schemer.
Works at: Name any store in the mall, he’s probably had a job there. And been fired from it.
Relationship status: Dating Nikki
Most likely to: Set a world record for most jobs held in a lifetime
Get rich quick schemes: When he’s not busy getting fired, Jonesy always has a moneymaking scheme on the go. And like his jobs, they always end in disaster. Some classic Jonesy schemes include setting up a “win a dream date with Jonesy” booth, breaking bad news to anyone for anyone—for a price—and starting up an Internet dating service.
What we’ll miss most: Watching Nikki and Jonesy’s relationship unfold.
JEN: The kind, determined tomboy.
Works at: The Penalty Box
Relationship status: Single and looking for the perfect candidate to be her first “real” boyfriend
Most likely to: Become an Olympic athlete
Most embarrassing moment: Losing her journal and having the whole gang (and eventually the whole mall) read her deepest, darkest secrets.
What we’ll miss most: Her trips to the penalty box.
CAITLIN: The sheltered shopaholic.
Works at: The Big Squeeze, where she is forced to wear the ugliest uniform of all time (it involves a lemon hat).
Relationship status: Single and dating. A lot.
Most likely to: Become a personal shopper
Frenemy: Caitlin always has to watch out for Tricia, her ex-best friend whose shallow outlook no longer meshes with Caitlin’s. Tricia is constantly trying to mess things up for Caitlin—luckily, the rest of the gang has Cait’s back.
What we’ll miss most: Her relationship advice
NIKKI: The edgy individualist.
Works at: The Khaki Barn
Relationship status: Her fear of ruining their friendship led to a break-up in Season Two, but Nikki is now committed to her relationship with Jonesy.
Most likely to: Travel the world
Most embarrassing moment: Let’s just say that tummy troubles plus a clogged toilet do NOT add up to romance—just ask Jonesy.
What we’ll miss most: Her dry sense of humour and awesome one-liners.
WYATT: The shy, soulful musician
Works at: Burger McFlipster’s
Relationship status: Wyatt is currently single following relationships with his old boss Serena and his band-mate Marlowe.
Most likely to: Win a Juno award
Brush with fame: Wyatt once wrote a song about his friends’ shortcomings that almost got him his big break in a talent competition. In the end, Wyatt chose friendship over fame, but his name may still appear in lights someday.
What we’ll miss most: His wit and wisdom. And caffeine addiction.
JUDE: The eccentric skater
Works at: The rink, as a Zamboni driver. Best job ever.
Relationship status: His relationship with Starr survived after Jude vomited in her mouth, but couldn’t make it through her transformation into a “goth” girl named Nebula. Jude is single, but who knows what the future will bring?
Most likely to: Become a pro skateboarder
Strangest coupling: Jude once had a serious crush on a talking massage chair named Betty.
What we’ll miss most: His laid-back attitude, brah.
- Coach Halder and Ron-Rent-a-Cop are played by the same actor.
- Canadian Idol winner Brian Melo recorded a special version of the 6TEEN theme song especially for the finale!
We’ve seen three amazing seasons and there are still plenty more twists and turns to come in the final episodes of 6TEEN. To find out what the future holds for the 6TEEN gang, tune in to TELETOON Thursday nights at 8:30 pm ET/PT this Fall.