Lizzie Kelli Miller is a main character in Stuck With the Millers. She is the middle Miller sibling.
Lizzie is the middle sibling. Though she sometimes gets overlooked, she loves helping others. She's also very bright and aspires to be a psychologist. She is very good at dealing with mental health problems because she used to deal with a few traumatic events herself and she loves researching the topic. She is very determined to help others overcome their mental illnesses and struggles. She is also well liked and admired due to her willingness to help others.
Lizzie is very intelligent, helpful, and knowledgeable. She likes talking about her feelings and helping others with their feelings. She is very dedicated and is a very good listener. At times she can be a little underhanded, when it comes to eavesdropping on others to hear their problems or going through their things, but usually she's very honest, trustworthy, and prefers to keep everything confidential.
- Meet the Millers
- Back 2 School
- Millers' Girls Day
- David's 6th Birthday
- Louds meets Millers
- Stuck With the Genderbent Millers (as Izzy)
- Stuck in Present Time
- Grandparents Day
- A Corona Virus
- Zhan Tiri's Therapist
- Quadruple the Trouble
- A Miller's Halloween
- A Miller's Christmas
- David's Choice
- A New Baby
- Stuck in Present Time...again
- Mandee and Jackie's Grudge
- So Random! is Cancelled
- Adam's Big Accomplishment
- A Heartwarming Finale
- She wants to be a therapist when she grows up.
- She has her own site that helps others with their mental health problems.
- She takes after both Varian and Cassandra quite a bit.
- Her favorite 'patients' to work with are Lincoln, Clyde, Chandler, Cody, and Landon, due to all having traumatic experiences in their lives.
- She has a few struggles with her feelings, but doesn't really like to express them except around her family.
- She is a big people person and sometimes enjoys people watching in crowded places.
- She's been into psychology since she was really young.
- She doesn't tolerate bullying, rudeness, or people looking down on mental illnesses.