|Glee Club Kids|
|Also Know As||Unknown|
|Hair color||Red, Brown|
|Gender||Females and male|
|About friendship, interests and family|
|Appearance and Voice actor|
|First episode||"Theo Fly"|
In "Theo Fly", they sang the musical number, the Flyder Man Theme Song. It was an action-packed SpiderMan parody song about Theo and his new fly alter-ego. At the end of the episode, they returned, when Theo fused with a badger, and sang the Honey Badger Man Theme Song.
In "There's a New Principal in Town", they sang an angel's choir as Coach Lessard dumped down a bunch of greasy food for them. They were later seen, coming out of the lockers and singing another choir, judging Luc on his dash through the halls.
In "Applecrab-Dabra", they made an appearance at the end of the episode, singing a little musical number about their beloved principal, Principal Applecrab and just what kind of a guy he is, when it comes to being not only a principal, but a magician.
In "Ronnie Trasco", while Luc and Theo were loking for suspects of who stole the Her-Kitty doll, the billboard showed pictures of the tree Glee Club kids, all with connections to each other.
In "Bald is Beautiful", they were three of the many students to start growing beards and crazy hair.
In "Fortuitous Future", they sang a musical number about Tomorrow.
Glee Club Kids wears purple shirt, lavender bandana, blue pants or skirt, sock and black shoes. The first one is very skinny and she has a long ginger hair tied back into a large ponytail, large bangs and freckles. The second one is tall and he has flattop hairstyle and tan skin. The third one is chubby and dark skin, very curly brown hair with purple headband.
- Flyder Man Theme Song
- Honey Badger Man Theme Song
- He's Principal Applecrab
- Vroom Vroom
- None Taken
- Another Day
- Loopy Loops Cereal Theme Song (Backup singers for Sarah)
- Theo Fly
- There's a New Principal in Town
- Larping in the Loop (Only Two)
- Ronnie Trasco (Pictured)
- Bald is Beautiful
- Oiled Thunder
- Fortuitous Future
- Part 2 of a Balanced Breakfast