Captain HuggyFace is WordGirl's greatest ally! This brilliant monkey is also from Planet
Lexicon (he was piloting WordGirl's spaceship when it crashed.) Unlike WordGirl, Captain
HuggyFace has no super powers and often has to take the bus home when WordGirl forgets
that he can't fly.
Violet Heaslip is Becky's best friend. They met in Art Appreciation class (after Becky failed
art class 3 times in a row.) Where Becky lacks creativity, Violet is an artistic genius.
Violet spends her time day-dreaming and lost in thought.
Tobey is a 10-year-old genius who causes serious property damage in order to get WordGirl's
attention. (Not that he's ever going to admit it.) He's a master of robotics, building giant
robots to do his bidding. He's constantly trying to prove that he can outsmart WordGirl.
TJ is Becky's 7-year-old brother and the biological son of Tim and Sally Botsford. He's
super excited about everything! Particularly, TJ idolizes WordGirl. In fact, he's the
president of The Official WordGirl Fan Club. (Little does he know that WordGirl is his
The Whammer began his villainous career as a sidekick for Chuck the Evil Sandwich Making Guy.
The thing is, he's not very good at being a sidekick. When he whams his fists together he sends
out a sonic wave that crushes whatever is in its path! Wham! He loves to wham!
Chuck the Evil Sandwich Making Guy tried to use his sandwich making powers for good, but most
people thought that having amazing sandwich making abilities was actually kind of silly.
He decided that if people weren't going to realize his greatness on their own, he would force them.
Doctor Two-Brains used to be the brilliant, kind-hearted scientist Dr. Boxleitner before
he accidentally fused his brain with that of a lab rat. He battles with himself, trying
to contain his uncontrollable urge to steal cheese and take over the city.
The Butcher is a crook who butchers the English language. He mangles words or makes
them up altogether. As a result, his cons are a complete debacle, or as he would say,
"a dark buckle." He also has complete control over all meat and most meat by-products.
Scoops is a reporter on The Daily Rag, Public School 131's school newspaper. Scoops desperately
wants to be an ace reporter. He knows there are thousands of stories in the big city and he
wants to be the first to report them, especially uncovering WordGirl's secret identity.
Granny May is a sweet old lady on the outside, but a mean, grumpy criminal on the inside.
She plays the role of a feeble, kindly, hard-of-hearing grandma in order to deceive the city
and rob everyone blind.
When Beatrice Bixby, a disgruntled copy shop employee, pushed an unfamiliar button she merged
with a photocopier and became the evil Lady Redundant Woman. When she touches her nose she
makes copies of herself and sends them out into the world to do her dastardly deeds.
Mr. Big is an evil businessman who loves to concoct schemes that involve using mind control
to take over the city. He also loves squeezing really squishy things. I know… we think it's
Sally Botsford is Becky's adopted mom. Her lifelong ambition is to be a guest on a
gameshow… any gameshow. Unfortunately, she isn't very good. Even she doesn't know Becky's
secret identity as WordGirl!
Tim Botsford is Becky's adopted dad. Tim is always supportive, even when he doesn't know
what he's being supportive about. He also hasn't noticed that Becky and WordGirl
look exactly alike- and are BOTH his daughter!
When you meet her, Eileen seems like an adorable little girl. However, she thinks that every
day is her birthday and that she deserves special treatment. Her downfall is greed. If
someone dares to tell her no, she grows into a giant green monster until she gets her way.