Roswell Actor & Character Fan Names List



In this list I've included friendships, actor ships and character and actor fan group names.

If I know who named the ship, I included the info next to the ship in ( ). The girls and I
over at Roswell Heaven named some of the unnamed ships, so I abbreviated myself to RO.

I'll give the origins of the ship names that I know, or have figured out.
In a few lucky cases I have the explanations directly from the people who named them.
If any are incorrect, please let me know.


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Actor Fans

Fans of the Roswell actors.

Actor fans gave themselves names, often based on something the character did or was known for, or using a variation of the name.

Sure, these aren't ships, but I thought this was a good place to include them.



Actor Fan Names

This is a list of Actor fan names -


Applesaucer - fan of Shiri Appleby
origin - a play on Shiri's last name, Appleby, and her sweetness - hence Applesaucer

BAK - Brendan Ass Kisser (defenders of Brendan Fehr when others criticize/bash him)

Behrian - fan of Jason Behr
origin - a play on Jason's last name, Behr, Behrian

Brats - Nick Wechsler fans
origin - Nick's fans were named by Nick himself

Conradical - fan of David Conrad and his character Agent Pierce (MiSToCLes)
origin - a play on his last name, Conrad

Deceiver - fan of David Conrad and his character Agent Pierce (MiSToCLes)
origin - Pierce pretended to be Deputy Fisher and not FBI so he was a deceiver?

Fehrian - fan of Brendan Fehr (see also "BAK")
origin - a play on his last name, Fehr, Fehrian

Hankies or Hanker or Hankie-Pankies - fan of Colin Hanks
origin - a play on his last name, Hanks, Hanker, Hankies

LPGA - the Liz Parker Guardian Angels

MAK - Majandra Ass Kisser (defenders of Majandra Delfino when others criticize/bash her)

Mark of the Behr - fans of Jason Behr who have gotten a silver handprint tattoo

Nickologist Project - Nick Wechsler fans
origin - the study of Nick is Nick-ology

Pixie Chicks - fans of Majandra Delfino (see also "MAK")
origin - at the beginning of the first season, Majandra had a pixie cut, and her fans often called her a pixie

Ravisher - fan of Emilie de Ravin
origin - a play on her name, Ravin, Ravishers

Shade - fan of Nicholas or Miko Hughes
origin - in the episode 'Wipeout' Nicholas is wearing sunglasses

Valentine - fan of Sheriff Valenti and William Sadler
origin - a play on the last name Valenti, Valentine

Wild Ones - fans of Katherine Heigl and Isabel
origin - I believe this reference comes from the orig novel, The Wild One, where Isabel gets out of control








Actor Shippers

My own term for people who ship romantic relationships between the actors

Several of the actors on the show dated, Majandra/Brendan, Jason/Katie, and Majandra/Devon, but as far as I know there were only two 'actor' ships named. One was for Jason/Katie, but the other was for Jason/Shiri.

So I know the question on everyone's mind. Did Jason and Shiri date?
Well, not as far as I can tell.

There were tons of rumors that Jason and Shiri were dating, and fans posted all kinds of stories where they claim to have seen them out on dates together, and certainly there are pictures of them together on and off the set where they seem very close, but I have never seen anything that confirmed that Jason and Shiri were in any kind of romantic relationship.


Chemists - Jason/Shiri
Chemists was used on a couple of the smaller sites for the Max/Liz relationship before Dreamer.
Chemists was then used for Jason/Shiri ship, when there were rumors they were dating.
And then it was used to describe the onscreen chemistry between them.
origin - from the epi 'Monsters' where Liz and Max are in Chemistry class together.


Realists - Jason/Katie
One of the ship names for Max/Isabel that was also used for Jason/Katie dating in real life.








Character Fans

Fans of the Roswell characters.

Character fans gave themselves names, often based on something the character did or was known for, or using a variation of the name.

Sure, these aren't ships, but I thought this was a good place to include them.


Character Fan Names

This is a list of Character fan names -


Abductee - fan of Brody Davis
origin - in the epi 'Ask Not' Brody tells Max he was abducted by aliens and the cured his cancer

Alleycat - fan of Ava (Tess's dupe)
origin - in the epi 'Meet the Dupes' Liz finds Ava sleeping in an alley

Bobber - fan of Max's Jeep, Bob
origin - no clue why the Jeep is called Bob

Cheerleader - fan of Kyle
origin - Kyle was into athletics

Cheesehead - fan of Lil Maria. (Emily & Kara)
origin - Roswell Elementary Stories, Michael often refers to Maria as Cheesehead.

Conradical - fan of David Conrad and his character, Agent Pierce (MiSToCLes)
origin - a play on his last name, Conrad

Cowgirl - another name for Kyle fans.
origin - because of Kyle's tendency to dress like a cowboy

Death Trapper - Fans of Max's Jeep, Bob. Also Jeep/Jetta shippers (hey, it's all in good fun!)
origin - the Jeep keeps breaking down. In the epi 'River Dog' Liz mentions that it probably shouldn't be allowed on the road.

Deceiver - fan of David Conrad and his character, Agent Pierce (MiSToCLes)
origin - Pierce pretended to be Deputy Fisher and not FBI so he was a deceiver?

Delinquents - fans of Sean DeLuca
origin - Sean is a delinquent

The Dog Pound - fans of River Dog
origin - a play on RD's name

Donor - fan of Alex
origin - in the epi 'Blood Brothers' Alex gives Liz his blood, even though he doesn't know why

Dorkbutt - fan of Lil Michael. (Emily & Kara)
Origin - Roswell Elementary Stories, Maria often refers to Michael as Dorkbutt.

Elles - fan of Max's car 3rd season
origin - the car is a Chevelle, and the name is derived from that

Finger Licking Good - fan of Nasedo as Ed Harding
origin - in the epi 'Tess, Lies & Videotape' Ed is eating fried chicken

Handcuffer - fan of Deputy Hanson
origin - I'm not really sure on this one, other than he was a Deputy

Hankians - fans of Hank (why anyone is a fan of an abusive drunk I have no clue)
origin - a play on his name, Hank, Hankians

Healer - fan of Max
origin - Max's special talent is healing

Hussy - fan of Tess
origin - Tess is known for dating a lot of guys, and being sexual aggressive and a man stealer, so people started calling her a hussy. Her fans thought if they adopted and owned the term, it wouldn't hurt them anymore.

Journal Keeper - fan of Liz
origin - Liz keeps a journal

Juliet - fan of Lonnie (Isabel's dupe)
origin - in the epi 'Meet the Dupes' Lonnie pretends to be Isabel and tells Mr. Evans that she is in the school play as Juliet

Lolly or Lollies - fan of Michael (but not Brendan)
origin - from the episode 'Convention' when he is sucking on a lollipop while giving Max advise to think of mud

Loner - fan of Michael
origin - he is kind of a loner

Loner - people who like to discuss 'minor' characters like RiverDog, Deputy Hansen and Courtney.
origin - I'm guessing it is because they discussed loners, or because there weren't many of them and the felt like loners

Mashers - fan of Nasedo as Ed Harding
origin - in the epi 'Tess, Lies & Videotape' Ed is eating mashed potatoes

Mescaleros - fan of Deputy Owen Blackwood
origin - In Riverdog he said he was from the Mescalero reservation

Mohawk - fan of Rath (Michael's dupe) (Amy)
origin - Rath has a mohawk

Outsiders - fans of Michael Guerin
origin - Michael sees himself as an outsider.

Pimpette - another name for Rath fans
origin - Rath is a pimp, so his fans are pimpettes

Pixie Chicks - fans of Majandra Delfino (see also "MAK")
origin - at the beginning of the first season, Majandra had a pixie cut, and her fans often called her a pixie

Podfather - Sheriff Valenti fan
origin - Valenti is the father-figure for the pod squad

Scientist - fan of Liz
origin - Liz is known for her science aptitude

Shade - fan of Nicholas or Miko Hughes
origin - in the episode 'Wipeout' Nicholas is wearing sunglasses

Snake Charmer - fan of Courtney
origin - the only thing I can figure is that sometimes 'loose' women are called snake charmers

Stalker - fan of Kyle, back in Season One
origin - Kyle was stalking Liz after they broke up

Teflon Babe - fan of Maria
origin - in the epi 'The Balance' Maria tells Liz that she is 'teflon, babe'

TOOB - The Order Of Bob - fans of Max's Jeep

TPA - Tess Protection Agents

Truckstopperz or Truckstopper - fan of Zan (Max's dupe)
It also morphed into another name for the Zan/Liz ship, but was only used briefly. Awakened Dreamer is used now.
origin - Zan was killed by a truck, so his fans are truckstoppers

Valentine - fan of Sheriff Valenti and William Sadler
origin - a play on the last name Valenti, Valentine

Valentines - fans of the Valenti boys, Jim and Kyle
origin - a play on their last name Valenti, so father and son are plural

Wild Ones - fans of Katherine Heigl and Isabel
origin - I believe this reference comes from the orig novel, The Wild One, where Isabel gets out of control

Wolfe Packer - fan of that American Badass, Maxedo
origin - not a clue

Zanatic - Zan fanatic

Zanmaniac - Zan lover

Zanslut - huge fan of Zan (Ellie)

ZanZealots - People who's love for Zan almost approaches religious proportions. (ros39)



Also commonly used are the terms -

Slut, Whore, Owner, and -oholic.
These can be used at the end of any character name, and mean you are a huge fan.
For example, Max slut, Zan whore, Kyle's owner, Rath-oholic







Friendshippers

People who ship a non-romantic friendship between characters


Alien Abyss - Maria/Liz
origin - in the epi 'Into the Woods' Maria mentions that Alex will get sucked into the alien abyss, meaning she and Liz already have been

Alien Buddhists - Kyle/Tess
origin - Kyle is a Buddhist and Tess is an alien

Believers - someone who ships everyone and likes all friendships (Ex Astris Ad Astra)

Bicker Brigade - Kyle/Maria (as siblings)
origin - I believe this is from a fanfic, where Amy & Jim get married and Maria and Kyle are always arguing

Cool Kids - Kyle/Maria
origin - not sure. Kyle was popular in school but Maria didn't seem to be

Drunk Drivers - Kyle/Max
origin - In 'Blind Date' Max and Kyle get drunk and hang out

Drunk Romeos - Kyle/Max
origin - In 'Blind Date' Max and Kyle get drunk and hang out

Four Square - Max/Michael/Isabel/Tess (as family)
origin - from the episode of the same name

Friendshipper - Alex/Liz/Maria

Fryer - Liz/Sean
origin - in the epi 'To Serve & Protect' Liz offers to make Sean fries after the Crashdown is closed

Girlfriends - Max/Maria
origin - in the epi 'Skin & Bones' Maria calls Max her girlfriend, because they have been talking all summer about their relationships

Golden - Isabel/Michael (as friends/siblings) (Lunakind)
origin - not a clue

Lamplighters - Kyle/Tess
origin - I'm guessing it is derived from the Tess/Kyle romantic ship name, Lamptrimmers

L.E.B.s (Liz's Ex-Boyfriends) - Kyle/Max
origin - In 'Blind Date' Max and Kyle ruin Liz's date, and the the DJ asks her to choose between her date or her two ex's

Lifesavers - Tess/Maria
This is also used for the Tess/Maria romantic ship
origin - Tess saves Maria's life in the epi 'Wipeout'

Lizzex Boys - Kyle/Max
origin - In 'Blind Date' Max and Kyle ruin Liz's date, and the the DJ asks her to choose between her date or her two ex's

Musketeers - Alex/Liz/Maria
origin - the three of them are best friends

Podsters - Max/Michael/Isabel/Tess (as family)
origin - they all hatched from pods

Protectors - Michael/Liz
origin - not sure, but I believe it is from the epi 'Morning After' where Liz goes to Michael's house to warn him that Topolsky might be after him, and from the epi 'Missing' because Liz protects Michael's identity as the person who stole her journal, simply saying a friend had it.

Purely Platonic Polarists - aka PPP - Michael/Liz
origin - polar is the ship name for Michael/Liz

Spuds - Max/Michael
origin - combination of spurs and studs (romantic or platonic)

Studs - Max/Michael
origin - they are studs - lol

Three Musketeers - Alex/Liz/Maria
origin - the three of them are best friends

Universal Friendship League - people who like all friendships (RO)
origin - someone asked if there was a name for people who liked all friendships, so I made one up. From the epi 'Harvest', the UFL is the organization the Skins belong to.

Waitresses - Maria/Liz (romantic or platonic)
origin - they are waitresses at the Crashdown








Other Fan Names

A few other Roswell fan terms -


Castaway - fans that don't fit into any categories (MiSToCLes)

Loner - fans that don't fit into any categories

Roswellian - a Roswell fan (Marilyn)







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