Dr. Two Brains, Mr. Cheese: Fed up with his henchmen, Dr. Two Brains adopts a new sidekick. Mr. Cheese, who seems perfect for the job, soon takes control and makes Dr. Two Brains HIS sidekick! Kitty Cat Criminals: The Butcher and Chuck discover an opportunity to steal feline artifacts and memorabilia, prompting Chuck to bring back his former alter-ego. Will WordGirl outsmart the duo once again?
Earth Day Girl: When the Birthday Girl learns that the Earth is having a special celebration (on her birthday!) she decides to teach the Earth a lesson. A Hero, a Thief, a Store, and its Owner: A police officer arrives at a jewelry store only to find WordGirl, Reginald, Chuck and Huggy encased in condiment cocoons! He questions everyone, but uncovering the truth isn’t as easy as it sounds.
The Botsfords kick off the holiday festivities with a cheese party. / Everyone is bringing their loose change to the bank to convert it into savings.
Mr. Botsford wins the role of “Mayor for the Day” just as WordGirl’s newest villain Nocan the Contrarian lands ashore. / The Butcher and his Dad, “Kid Potato,” unite to create the ultimate supervillain team: “Meat and Potatoes!”
The Birthday Girl steals a priceless collection of Pretty Princess figurines from the jewelry store.
Violet and Becky compete for the coveted role of Juliet to play opposite the dreamy Hunter Throbheart in Romeo and Juliet. Violet is cast as Juliet while Becky is the understudy. When the Energy Monster captures Violet, Becky must chose between the role of a lifetime and saving her friend./The city is hosting the Big Checker Championship and Bob has to go against Tobey’s Robot, the Checkmate 3000!
Birthday Girl goes on a candy eating spree. / Chuck’s successful brother, Brent is in town and being honored for his latest invention, crustless bread!
After losing the costume contest at school, Tobey vows to ruin Halloween./When both Chuck and the Whammer attempt to steal famous, priceless Henry VIII artifacts, WordGirl fears they’ve become partners in crime.
WordGirl isn’t so giddy about “Who Wants to Get Rid of WordGirl?”, a new game show where villains compete for a chance to defeat her on live television!
Captain Huggy Face wears some interesting glasses.
WordGirl is so desperate to avoid giving her Inspiration Day speech that she asks Dr. Two Brains to commit a crime.
Chuck and The Whammer turn to Plan B to steal the art… until WordGirl and Huggy foil their dastardly plot!
Chuck, the Evil Sandwich Making Guy, uses a gigantic nose to make it impossible for anyone to eat a sandwich.
Disguised as mild-mannered 5th grader, Becky Botsford, WordGirl arrived on planet Earth when she and her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggy Face, crashed their spaceship. In classic superhero form, WordGirl possesses superhero strength with the added benefit of a colossal vocabulary.
WordGirl discovers Mr. Big’s latest mind control scheme.
When Becky registers for a mini golf tournament, she finds it more competitive than she’d imagined.
Becky really wants to win the mini golf tournament, but it having trouble beating Eileen, the cheater.
Mr. Botsford unknowingly starts the city’s latest fashion trend.
WordGirl thinks artists are trying to be evasive, but what does “evasive” even mean?
Becky realizes that she’s had many triumphs after she understands what “triumph” means.
Customers are pestering the bank teller at National National Bank, but one of them doesn’t even understand what “pestering” means.
Johnson doesn’t know what “amusing” means. Luckily, Becky can define it for him.
Ms. Question says it’s more important to think about how compatible they are, but Chuck does not understand what “compatible” means.
WordGirl confronts Mr. Birg about his identity–he simply must be Mr. Big in disguise!
Things don’t go as planned when Dr. Two-Brains tries to shrink WordGirl with his resizing ray.
Becky confronts Scoops about his article that claims WordGirl is frequently tricked by villains.
Becky and TJ’s competitive spirit gets a little out of hand.