For the recurring agent seen in Season 3 with a similar name, see Oliver.
- 1 History/Personality
- 2 Relationships
- 3 Quotes
- 4 Hobbies
- 5 Favorite Food
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Olive's Resolution List
- 8 Appearances
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Appearances Gallery
- 11 Meet Agent Olive
Olive was an agent who has worked at Odd Squad for many years, the opposite of her partner Otto. She is a veteran agent and a serious worker that always focuses on the task at hand, (unless the subject turns to her favorite sports team, the Bears). Sometimes, she is noted to be too serious and in need of lightening up a little. Her old partner was Agent Todd (now known as Odd Todd). Her agent number is 63, and she alternates between disliking and liking the band, Soundcheck.
Olive and Otto's first interaction is unseen in the series, but in "Training Day", Olive first sees Otto's Academy profile picture after departing with Todd and is weirded out because of Otto's lack of posing for pictures.
Olive will always encourage Otto when he's upset. She knows that a visit to the Cookie Room or Donut Room will calm him down when he is upset.
When the two are really excited, they start talking at the same time. The episode "Jinx" is centered around the trait. When Olive and Otto are together they sometimes tend to be somewhat dorky and cheesy. Olive and Otto both share a love of inspirational speaking and words involving the subject of "heart".
The two do have their differences. In "Recipe For Disaster", there are conflicts about how serious Olive is or how laid-back Otto is. They end up exaggerating on how serious or laid-back they are. In the end, the two apologize for that and almost hug until Ms. O interrupts them.
In "Disorder in the Court" when Olive and Otto are hanging out on the swing set, Otto tells Olive "We're not just partners, we're friends. Nothing will ever change that."
In the Season 1 finale "O is Not For Over", Olive refuses to take the job of her dreams (running her own Odd Squad) without Otto. In the end, Ms. O offers Otto the job of running his own Odd Squad along with Olive as Mr. and Ms. O. Otto asks if he and Olive have to be married considering their new job titles, much to Olive's surprise as she exclaims "No!" and tells Otto not to make the situation weird. Hearing that, Otto accepts the job.
The Burly Bears are Olive's number one favorite basketball team. When she is around them, she becomes excited and jumpy which is extremely out of character for her.
Ms. O is Olive's former boss and friend, who sees Olive as probably the best agent at her Squad. She trusts Olive to solve big cases more than her partner Otto as seen in "The Trouble with Centigurps". This makes Otto somewhat jealous. Oprah has known Olive long before she's met her partner Otto; she feels sorry for Olive concerning her old partner Todd and regrets partnering the two together.
In "Training Day", Todd's genius fast thinking puts Olive at a disadvantage when solving cases, and shrinks her self-esteem; when Todd released a Pienado into headquarters and Ms. O and every other agent is down, Oprah tells Olive to solve the problem. However, Olive tells her that Todd does all the work and she can't do it as fast as him. Oprah tells Olive:
Listen to me agent, I don't care how long it takes!If you count on your fingers or toes or use a million pieces of paper, solving the problem is solving the problem. Solve...This...Problem!
— Ms. O
After hearing that, Olive undergoes a personality change, becoming bolder and deciding to wear her hair in a ponytail. Olive closes up the pienado's entrance with the Triangle-inator gadget. This moment is most likely what earned Oprah's respect.
Oscar is Olive's co-worker and friend. Olive and Oscar are rarely together unless they are with Otto, except for in "Oscar of All Trades" where Otto is completely absent and Oscar tells Olive his story.
In "O is Not For Over", Oscar trains Olive to be a "Ms. O" by helping her pick out her signature drink.
Olympia is a friend of Olive. Olympia views Olive as her idol alongside her partner Otto and Olive appears to find that somewhat weird. The two work together in "Odd Squad: The Movie", but barely get to know each other due to Olympia's excitement to work with her.
In the OddTube episode, "Interview with Olive", Olympia gets to know a little bit more about Olive. When Olympia asks Olive to give her some tips on how to be more like her, Olive tells Olympia that she shouldn't be like her and she should be herself. She also says she's seen Olympia in action and she is one of the best agents she's ever seen and that she has a bright future at Odd Squad. She also asks Olympia to believe in herself because Olive herself believes in her, which causes Olympia to explode with joy.
- "Let’s go."
- "Partner, whatever happens today, I just want you to know I wouldn't trade one day for - ANYTHING!"
- "Go for Olive."
Playing or watching basketball, football, soccer, baseball, hockey, badminton, volley ball, cricket, curling, Foosball, bowling, archery, golf, sailing, skiing, lacrosse, polo, water polo, tennis... (etc.)
Anything but pie.
- Olive has been seen to not mess up, but in "Robert Plant", she poured all the water effortlessly on the plant even though Obfusco gave her instructions to follow, which she did not.
- Olive is the only main character to be present in all episodes of her season (Season 1).
- In "The Briefcase" we learn that Olive's greatest fear is pies, and in the events of "Training Day" we learn why Olive is scared of pies.
- "Training Day" also reveals that Olive had an old partner named Todd before Otto became her partner.
- In "Zero Effect", "Best Seats in the House" and "Ms. O Uh Oh", it is told that Olive's birthday is on December 10th.
- In the episode "Zero Effect" and in "Meet Agent Olive", it is revealed that she is 12 years old.
- She gets tube-blocked in "Life of O'Brian".
- She thought she was bad at video games, but she found out she was good at them in "Game Time".
- According to "Undercover Olive", she is the best RPS (Rock, Paper, Scissors) player on the Squad.
- In "Disorder in the Court", it is revealed that Olive actually likes the band Soundcheck, but she goes back to not liking them after Otto won't stop playing their songs for her. However, she still goes back and forth between liking them and not liking them, according to "Odd Squad: The Movie".
- Olive has the same Rock Paper Scissors throwing pattern as Todd.
- Her signature drink as a Ms. O is water.
- During a Facebook live stream hosted by Ms. O (Millie Davis) and the OddTube episode, "Interview with Olive", it is revealed that Olive and her partner Otto went back to running their Odd Squad after the events of "Odd Squad: The Movie."
- In "Not So Splash", it is revealed that she loves watching Frank Tudesco's sport recaps nightly.
Olive's Resolution List
In "Party Of 5,4,3,2,1", Olive has a resolution list of 100 things to do during the year. Here are nine of them:
- Tell Agent Otto what a great partner he is
- On the actual list it reads "Compliment Otto"
- Do the Chicken Dance with a chicken
- On the actual list, it reads "Invent a new dance"
- Learn to use the new Odd Squad computer program
- Discover the lost city of Atlantis
- On the actual list it merely reads "Discover Atlantis"
- Jump higher than ever before
- On the actual list, it reads "Carve a self portrait"
- Ride a bicycle on top of another bicycle
- On the actual list, it merely reads "Ride a bike"
- Take a hot air balloon ride with a giraffe
- Practice violin
- Learn Spanish
- Pilot (non-canon)
NOTE: Olive appears in all of Season 1.
- "Zero Effect" (official debut)/"Bad Luck Bears"
- "Soundcheck"/"Double Trouble"
- "Crime at Shapely Manor"
- "Reindeer Games"
- "My Better Half"/"The Confalones"
- "Blob on the Job"/"Party Of 5,4,3,2,1"
- "Oscar and the Oscar-Bots"/"Picture Day"
- "A Case of the Sing-Alongs"/"Ms. O Uh-Oh"
- "Skip Day"/"The Great Grinaldi"
- "The Trouble with Centigurps"/"Totally Odd Squad"
- "How to Interrogate a Unicorn"/"The Briefcase"
- "Best Seats in the House"/"Agent Obfusco"
- "Life of O'Brian"/"Whatever Happened to Agent Oz?"
- "The Jackies"/"Invasion of the Body Switchers"
- "The Odd Antidote"/"The One That Got Away"
- "Odd Outbreak" (Cameos)/"The Perfect Lunch"
- "Rise of The Hydraclops"/"O is Not for Old"
- "Dance Like Nobody's Watching"/"Recipe For Disaster"
- "Hold the Door"/"Flatastrophe"
- "Puppet Show"/"Mystic Egg Pizza"
- "6:00 to 6:05"
- "The Potato Ultimato"/"Fistful of Fruit Juice"
- "Soundcheck Part Deux"/"Jinx"
- "Training Day"
- "Trading Places"/"Bad Lemonade"
- "Robert Plant"/"Game Time"
- "The O Games"
- "Captain Fun"/"Switch Your Partner Round and Round"
- "Trials and Tubulations"
- "The Curious Case of Pirate-itis"/"Oscar The Couch"
- "No Ifs, Ands, or Robots"/"Worst First Day Ever" (cameo)
- "Undercover Olive"
- "Not So Splash"/"By the Book"
- "O vs. the Ballcano"/"Assistant's Creed" (cameos)
- "Now You Don't See Me"/"Moustache Confidential"
- "Disorder in the Court"
- "Oscar of All Trades"/"Swamps 'N' Gators"
- "There Might Be Dragons"/"Dawn of the Read"
- "Olive and Otto in Shmumberland"
- "O is Not For Over"
- "First Day" (cameo)
OddTube Season 1
- "Interview with Olive" (voice and picture)
For Olive's appearance gallery, go here.