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24.5%
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64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Becky Botsford is an average fifth-grader who, when duty calls, is transformed into WordGirl. WordGirl flies to the rescue when there is trouble in The City, and this super heroine uses vocabulary to defeat outlaws. With the help of her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggy Face, WordGirl spends each episode defeating a quirky cast of misfit bad guys.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 3, 2007

Also Known As: WordGirl, Garota SupersábiaLa Supermots, Super Sabina, Chica Supersabia |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (G), Brazil (Livre)Canada (C8), Germany (6), Spain (7), UK (U), United States (TV-Y7) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Soup2Nuts, Scholastic Productions

CastSee full cast »

John C. McGinley
as The Whammer/Robot on TV
Tim Conway
Judy Greer
as Desiree Dewey
Migo Theson
as Joseph breaks his teachers leg the cowbow
Brendon Small
Edward Asner
as Kid Potato
Matt Besser
as Lead Deriver/Newcaster 1/News Anchor/Reporter Rex/Serious Violinist/Zachary Zany
Elisabeth Abbott
as Dress Shop Owner/Police Dispatcher
Orlando Brown
as Tommy
Maria Bamford
as Mrs. Botsford/Violet/Leslie/Bank Teller/Animal License Lady/BabyViolet/Cosmetics Clerk/Elderly Lady/Forensics Girl/Kid #1/Miss O'Brien/Motorist/Onlooker #1/Penelope Pony on TV/Power Plant Employee #2/Pretty Princess/Sally Botsford/Suburban Mom-Person 2/TV Announcer/Violet Heaslip
James Adomian
as Bob/Captain Huggy Face/Robber #1/Aged Deli Owner/Bank Customer #1/Curator/Hunter Throbheart/Raul Demiglasse/Sad Nightclub Owner/Security Guard/Security Guard #1/Shoe Salesman/Slacker Dude/Timmy Tim-Bo/man
Kelli Goss
as Self
Paul F. Tompkins
as Royal Dandy, Flash Clocktormocktor
Chris Parnell
as Narrator/Exposition Guy/Henchman #1/Security Guard/Antique Dealer/Audience Member #1/Audience Member 1/Bank Guard/Bingo Player 2/Cab Driver/Crowd Member/Crowd Member #1/Gallery member 1/Henchman 1/Judge/Parent/Person #3/Person 1/Police Officer/Student #2/TV Announcer/Worker
Fred Stoller
as Chuck The Evil Sandwich-Making Guy/Chuck

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2007 | 27 Episodes

Season 2

2008 | 28 Episodes

Season 3
Season 4

2011 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

2012 | 13 Episodes

Season 6

2012 | 15 Episodes

Season 7

2014 | 15 Episodes

Season 8

2015 | 11 Episodes

Season 9
Season 10

2021 | 3 Episodes

Season 11

2021 | 1 Episodes

Season 12

2022 | 1 Episodes

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee full list »

Daytime Emmy 2008

Nominee

Winner

Daytime Emmy

Outstanding Writing in Animation

TCA Award 2008

Nominee

Winner

TCA Award

Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming

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