|Voiced by Krystal Meadows|
|Real Name||Abigail Archer|
|Social Status||Student, Grossologist|
|Signature Ability||- High tolerance to anything gross
- Highly acrobatic and kungfu-like fighting style
Abby has a multifaceted personality. She is very kind, but can also be rather caustic at times, particularly towards her brother. While protective of the people she is close to, she can also be more demanding towards them. She is frank, rarely hesitating to speak her mind, and is considerd a good student in class. She sympathises with the weak and is ready to stand up to those who abuse others, hence her dislike for people like jocks, Paige, and the villains she fights. As the only girl in the Bureau of Grossology, Abby sometimes sees things that Lab Rat and Ty fail to notice, which also occasionally highlights the differences between boys and girls. This was particularly evident in "The Greatest Race Ever Crawled", where Abby's annoyance with Lab Rat and Ty demonstrated a small but marked difference between her and the males on the team. Another personality trait that she possesses, which seems somewhat linked with the fact that she is a girl, is her sweet but sometimes seemingly excessive and inexplicable fascination with cuteness, which has on several occasions drawn mild annoyance and slightly sardonic remarks from her brother. She is determined and strong-willed, never once allowing Paige's teasing to depress her, although it nonetheless gets on her nerves.
Ty Archer – When it comes to Ty, Abby is the typical elder sister. She cares a lot about her brother, but she also can get very annoyed with him, which sometimes results in her admonishing him, but can also lead to huge fights. One example was in the episode "Club Parasites", where Abby got fed up with Ty's constant teasing about her head lice. While she finds her brother's jokes annoying from time to time, she enjoys poking fun at him just as much as he enjoys teasing her, making jokes about things ranging from his flatulence to his nervousness in his budding love life. She has quite a lot in common with her brother, including her sense of humour and her love of all things gross. Abby is also known to be a typical caring sister, even though Ty teases her a lot. Also, she is protective of her brother, when villains try to attack Ty, Abby is always in action. One example was in the episode" The Insider" when Lance Boil entered Ty`s body, Abby went in after him.
Paige – Abby's arch-nemesis, Paige never fails to try to get Abby down. Abby and Paige tend to bicker with each other and exchange snide remarks whenever they meet. They are consistently at loggerheads, clashing over decorations for a school dance, school initiatives, and even the boy they like. As the School President and the archetypal prissy rich girl, Paige regularly tries to cow Abby by pulling rank and flaunting her family's wealth, but Abby rarely lets Paige get the better of her.
Chester/Kid Rot – In season one, Abby got to know Chester, a new kid at school who was picked on frequently by other kids. Abby showed a lot of concern for him and constantly tried to help him and be kind to him. Whether or not she had a crush on him is debatable, since her actions could have stemmed from her personality more than anything else. Nevertheless, all significant feelings of care towards him ended when she realised that the parasite within him had fully taken over and given him a new persona, Kid Rot, which she came to hate.
Rudy – Rudy is a blond-haired boy at school whose name was introduced in "Hairless Whispers", Season 2. He is also Abby's crush, and it appears that the liking is mutual. This is implied at the end of the Valentine's Day episode, "Pucker Up", where Rudy walks by to greet Abby while she is reading a card that seems to have been sent by him. While Abby is rarely seen interacting with him, it seems that she dreams of spending some time with him, once even setting her virtual training programme in the Gag Lab to simulate a dance with him, as part of her resolution to "enjoy being young". Rudy is also seen in the first episode, Queen for a day, where he is helping Abby string the bee up during the Spring Festival.