Savannah's Angel, whenever she appears, is always trying to convince Savvy to do the right thing. In Savannah's case, the right thing is to not care about her weight and eat healthy (or at all). Sadly, the angel does not come through to her and is often (politely) rejected. She disappears in episode ___ when Savannah says that she can't eat her breakfast. They fade away with a small puff of smoke and a scream.
The angel has a dislike for Savvy's devil.
Savannah's Devil, whenever she appears, does the opposite of the angel. She tries to get Savannah to (1) ignore the angel and (2) keep on with her anorexia. She is listened to and has a way of getting Savvy to do what she says. However, this is harmful to Savvy, because she is hurting her body.
Savvy's devil has a dislike for Savvy's angel. It is even shown that she makes rude remarks to Savvy's Angel.
Even when the angel and devil don't appear any longer in scenes with Savvy, the theme is carried on by Brooklyn Hayes' party. Brooke appears as a devil, and Savvy appears as an angel. It may possibly be a theme for the whole series, due to the popular debate on who is the real antagonist.
- The angel/devil look just like Savvy, but the devil is wearing a pair of devil horns and the angel is wearing a halo.
- Their costumes are the ones worn by Savvy and Brooke at Brooke's party.
- The angel and devil on a character's shoulders is a popular gag that can be seen in a variety of shows and movies. Typically they appear when the character is facing a difficult decision.