When do nikki and jonesy start dating
Nikki is an individualistic, rebellious tomboy of Chinese-Canadian background who wears ripped sleeveless shirts, dyes her naturally-black hair purple and sports a nose ring, a pierced left eyebrow and multiple piercings in both ears.She has a sarcastic personality, a quick wit and a sharp tongue and is quick to laugh at the humorous misfortunes of others, but she also cares about her friends and will stand up for them when needed, occasionally even making threats of physical violence against those foolish enough to hassle her pals.She is resistant to the idea and wants to remain in town with her friends (even going so far as to room with Jen at the Garcia/Masterson house over Mr. Wong's objections because of Jonesy living under the same roof), and the Wongs later appear to change their minds about moving so that Nikki can remain together with the gang, but Nikki, who realizes that her parents have made sacrifices for her over time, decides to do the same for them and agrees to move up north with them.As one of her final acts before moving, Nikki sticks it to The Clones by quitting the Khaki Barn for good, then at a going away party thrown for her by the gang at Grind Me, she promises to keep in touch with her friends.There's a recap page that could use some work for the episodes, and a Best Episode Crowner.
After being turned down for employment in a travel agency at The Galleria, Nikki lands her first job--but it turns out to be at the Khaki Barn, much to her chagrin ("Take This Job and Squeeze It").
She and Jonesy go on their first date, a trip to the movies ("The Fake Date"), and they literally get at each other's throats when they get stuck in an elevator together afterward.
Although she publicly professes to hate boy bands, Nikki wins a competition to appear in a video for the boy band Dawg Toy, angering Jen (who had also auditioned and thought herself a shoo-in to win) in the process ("The Girls in the Band"), and Nikki's secret crush on Dawg Toy is later accidentally exposed, which she confesses to Jen and Caitlin before she invites both girls to join her for the band's show and the post-show backstage party.
is a Canadian animated sitcom about six teenage friends who all have part-time jobs at the Galleria Shopping Mall, as they struggle to balance work with the daily problems of being a teenager.
The series lasted from November, 2004 to February, 2010, with four seasons and a total of 93 episodes.