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"Science to the rescue!"
"I'm on it!"
Olivia is part of the LEGO Friends franchise. She is one of the five main characters of the theme. This version of the character last appeared in 2017.

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Olivia is a little shy, but is very sweet and is also smart and creative. She loves science, especially geology and technology, and enjoys doing experiments and inventing. She also has an interest in history. She plays the keyboard and does the recording for her friends' band, Heart Beats.

RelationshipsEdit

Olivia's four best friends are Andrea, Emma, Mia, and Stephanie. Other friends include Kate, Liza, Naomi, Christina, Nicole, Liam and Ben.

Olivia has a crush on Jacob, who likes her in return. They have gone on a couple dates.

RobotsEdit

Olivia has invented a robot she calls Zobo. She has two other robots by the names of Zobito and Zuzu, sort of like a "family" of robots, with Zobo being the father, Zuzu the mother, and Zobito the baby.

Fun FactsEdit

  • It is quite possible that Olivia was named after a Scala character of the same name. Scala was a predecessor to Friends, however, the theme ended in 2001.
  • Olivia's eye color kept changing on her minidoll, going from a a hazel color to brown to a lighter brown and back to the darker brown, which is the color it is till 2018. This caused much confusion among fans.
  • Five characters, besides Olivia herself, use Olivia's head piece: Danielle, Lily, Marie, Natasha, Naya and Theresa.
  • In the LEGO Disney Princess theme Belle uses Olivia's head piece. 

AppearancesEdit

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Polybags Edit

  • Adventure Camp Bridge (30398)

EpisodesEdit

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CrossoversEdit

Olivia appeared with Emma, Andrea, Mia, and Stephanie for the first and currently only notable crossover that LEGO has created, which was with the LEGO News Network series. You can find the video here.

In this special on the LEGO YouTube channel Dan Brickman and Helen from the LEGO News show travel to Heartlake City (the Adventure Camp to be precise), where Dan Brickman and Helen find the true meaning of Friendship (but even though their friendship comes out better, the most important rule, even for Dan, is to be yourself).

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