The middle Johnson - brother of Togger
and the bane of his life! Cast from the same mould as Patrick
and Uncle Tucker, Tigger was twice as fearless and ten times
cheekier. He knows he's got the reputation of the family name
to live up to but Tigger was desperate to strike out
on his own, and is now a mischievous but popular member of the
school community. Now in Year 10, Tigger hates being thought
of as the school "establishment" and is determined
to have some fun where the pressures of GCSE allow.
Year 7 Togger escorts Tigger for his Year 7 induction day; Tigger spends the day winding his brother up. Tigger and Ed forge a friendship which leaves Alex out in the cold. Chloe's moneymaking dreams are thwarted when Tigger rumbles their car park attendant scam.
Year 8 Tigger teams up with his classmates
to run the G-1 Grand Prix races. When dad loses
his job, all Tigger worries about is his birthday
present - much to Togger's fury. Alex offers to
pay for Tigger to go on holiday if he wins G-1,
but Mooey steals the money.
Year 9: Tigger and Ed withdraw their labour
for Alex's smoothie stall when he can't pay them.
They launch their own radio magic show which is
a runaway success and everyone is queuing to buy
a magic bottle holder. The lads bond with the
girls when they sneak into school for an overnight "ghost hunt", but Tigger proves to be
just like his brother when he can't muster the
courage to ask Alison out at the prom.
Year 10 Tigger cannot forgive Ed when he
finds out about his secret fling with Alison,
and it takes extra persuading from the others
for him to bury the hatchet. Laxo and Theo play Tigger like a fiddle when they win him in the slave auction, and a visiting French exchange student leads him astray.
extrordinaire (in waiting)
MATE RATING: Looks
out for you if you look out for him
Girls? What are they?
REBEL RATING: Looks
innocent but don't turn your backs