1. Piper (Charlie Storwick, a center), a computer whiz who has a crush on Jarvis.
2. The gay-coded fashion-plate Aster (Travis Turner, left), hired as designer.
3, Geneva (Sydney Scotia), an it-girl hired to be Jarvis's assistant.
4. Bowie (Harrison Houde of the YTV series Spooksville), his best friend, who later becomes company president.
5. Knox (Dylan Playfair, right), a jock recruited as the product tester.
The former owner, Candace (Ellie Harvey of The New Addams Family) sneaks in as cleaning lady "Mrs. Bupkis" to undermine the company.
By the way, Dylan Playfair is the son of Jim Playfair, a former Canadian hockey star who is now an assistant coach for the Phoenix Coyotes. Groomed for a career in hockey, Dylan played all through high school, but after suffering a concussion during a game, decided that he wanted to do something else with his life: act.
How did Dad respond to this less than macho career ambition?
He was surprisingly supportive.
His character is introduced smoking marijuana.
Dad wasn't happy.
Since 2012, Dylan has been very busy, playing three hockey players, a college student in a murder mystery, and a high school runner in a buddy-bonding movie. In 2016, he starred in the tv series Haters Back Off.
He's gay-positive. In 2012 he tweeted about gay marriage in the U.S.: "it's the Apocalypse for redneck, homophobic, racist, prohibitionist, religious extremist ignorants. Everyone else is ok."
See also: Mr. Young