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|Created by||Angela Santomero
Samantha Freeman Alpert
|Country of origin||United States
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||103 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||25 minutes and up (on PBS includes a song, a little game, and fundings)|
|Production company(s)||Out of the Blue Productions
|Original network||PBS Kids
|Original release||Original series:
September 3, 2007 –
October 11, 2012
August 17, 2015 – September 9, 2015
Super Why! or The Reading Adventures of Super Why! is an American-Canadian children's CGI animated show developed by Angela Santomero and Samantha Freeman Alpert. The series is produced by New York City-based Out of the Blue Enterprises and Toronto-based DHX Media through its Decode Entertainment division. The show debuted on PBS stations on September 3, 2007 and went on hiatus in October 2012 for 2 years and 10 months. The series resumed again on August 17, 2015. The series airs on PBS Kids in the USA, Kids' CBC (now CBC Kids since January 2, 2017) and Family Jr. in Canada, and as of June 26, 2014, Tiny Pop in the UK. It also airs on Nick Jr. in the UK since 2008.
- 1 Plot
- 2 Characters
- 3 Series overview
- 4 Episodes
- 5 Cast
- 6 Live show
- 7 References
- 8 External links
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The show is set in a magical world called Storybrook Village, where the title character, Whyatt Beanstalk lives, as do all the storybook characters. Then Whyatt hears a ringtone from his handheld "Super Duper Computer". He answers the call and discovers that he or one of the other characters has a "super big problem". After investigating the nature of the problem, Whyatt summons the "Super Readers", sending out the call: "Calling all Super Readers! To the Book Club!" The four characters, Whyatt, Pig, Red Riding Hood, and Princess Pea, and also Puppy then appear in front of the aforementioned Book Club, which is a building made of books. Whyatt then invites the viewer to say their name, including them among the Super Readers.
Once the characters are assembled, Whyatt's Book Club Mainframe, the main computer, is activated. He plugs in his Super Duper Computer and uploads data about the problem. Meanwhile, the character with the problem stands behind a small lectern made of dominoes and explains the situation.
Once the problem is discussed, Whyatt states: "When we have a question, we look... in a book!" Pig wonders: "Which book should we look in?" and in response, Princess Presto casts a magic spell to summon the appropriate book: "Peas and Carrots, Carrots and Peas. Book come out, please, please, please!"
Any book then descends from the shelves, and Whyatt, inviting the audience to read along, summarizes the problem faced by the book's characters, drawing a parallel to the problem the Super Readers are trying to solve. They then put their arms in, and one-by-one they twirl around and change to their super identities. Then, Super Why calls out for their Why Flyers. Then the Super Readers jump into them and fly into the storybook.
The goal of the Super Readers is to follow the storyline to solve the problem. As they progress through the events of the story, they encounter obstacles, which can be solved by applying their literacy skills to change the story (for instance, changing the prince in "The Frog Prince" back into a frog because the princess liked him more that way). As they overcome these obstacles, they are rewarded with red glittery "Super Letters". These Super Letters are then uploaded into the Super Duper Computer, eventually forming the word(s) that make up the solution to the "super big problem." The viewer is encouraged to look for Super Letters throughout the story, and to identify them when they appear.
At the conclusion of the Super Story Adventure, all of the Super Letters have been collected, and then the Super Readers fly back to the Book Club. They jump out of their Why Flyers and they change back to their normal selves. The Super Letters are put on to the giant computer screen and are spelled out to show the "Super Story Answer."
"But why?" asks Whyatt. Then one of the Super Readers gives the reason why that particular word or phrase serves as the solution to the Super Big Problem. Once the solution is reached, it is used to wrap up the original problem (Exceptions occasionally occur; for example, in "'Twas The Night Before Christmas" Whyatt asks why Santa gives out presents on Christmas Eve). With that resolution, Whyatt shouts out: "Hip hip hooray! The Super Readers saved the day!"
The Super Readers
Whyatt Beanstalk – The leader of the group of characters who become the "Super Readers", Whyatt is an olive-skinned, blue eyed, brown-haired boy who wears a dark blue polo shirt with green stripes and khaki pants. In the episode "Jack and the Beanstalk", it is revealed that Whyatt's older brother is Jack, the hero of the English folk tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Whyatt lives with his mother, who writes stories, and his father who illustrates them, along with baby sister Joy but not his brother. Jack appears in some episodes but generally is "away at college." When Whyatt introduces himself at the Book Club, he says, "Whyatt here!" His superhero form is Super Why. In this form, he has a green mask, turbo sneakers, a blue cape, and a Why Writer. His symbols are a blue book and a question mark. He focuses on vocabulary.
Little Red Riding Hood (referred to as "Red" in the TV Series) – The title character from the fairy tale, she only refers to herself as "Red Riding Hood" and is a freckle-faced pale skinned brunette/redhead who wears a red dress and red roller skates as well as a red flat cap. When she is introduced, she says "Red Riding Hood rolling in!" When she turns to Wonder Red in her superhero form, her clothing becomes a blue armless and legless jumpsuit with red trim, her skates are turned blue and her special item is a red and blue basket. It is called a Wonder Words Basket and her symbol is a spiral. She focuses on rhyming and word families like "OP", "AT", "UN", "UMP", "OG", etc.
Pig (Referred to in the credits as "The Littlest Pig," he introduces himself as "P is for Pig," but throughout the show he is simply known as "Pig") – Pig enjoys pretending and dressing up like his father, a construction worker. He is pink, and generally wears a construction hat, with a toolkit belt and safety goggles. His superhero form is Alpha Pig. His Alphabet Toolbox has an Alphabet Map, a Lucky Letter Lasso, Brilliant Binoculars, a Mega Magnifying Glass and a Fabulous Flashlight in it. His symbol is a triangle. He focuses on the alphabet.
Princess Pea – Princess Pea was named after the children's story "The Princess and the Pea"; it is shown in the episode The Princess and The Pea that the princess in that story was Pea's mother and the prince in that story was her father. However, in this case "Pea" is her surname. She is dark skinned with large brown eyes and curly dark brown hair, wears a lavender princess dress and loves to dance. When she enters, she says, "Princess Pea at your service!" Her superhero form is Princess Presto and in this form she wears a pink gown. Her symbol is a star because she always takes her Magic Spelling Wand with her. She focuses on spelling.
Woofster is a Golden Retriever puppy dog with light brown spots. He also lives with Whyatt and his family. When he turns into Woofster, he has dictionary power and can find the meaning to any word. His Super Reader form allows him the power to speak also and his symbol is a dog bone. He is also declared the fifth Super Reader. He officially became a Super Reader in the episode "Woofster Finds a Home".
Super You is the television viewer and the fifth Super Reader in Season 1. Super Why always invites the viewer to join them by describing them as "Super You, with the power to help."
The Beanstalk Family
- Mrs. Beanstalk is Whyatt's mother who is a noble author. She has orange hair tied up in ox-horns and appeared in some episodes.
- Mr. Beanstalk is Whyatt's father who is a noble illustrator. He wears a beret and eyeglasses and has appeared in some episodes.
- Jack Beanstalk is Whyatt's older brother who is a dark brown-haired, green-eyed, olive skinned teenage boy. He's also a musician who plays his guitar. He appears in some episodes.
- Joy Beanstalk is Whyatt's baby sister and has appeared in some episodes.
- Ken Beanstalk is a character Jack got replaced with after he left for college near the end of Season 1.
- Jill – Jill was named after the children's nursery rhyme Jack and Jill. Her first appearance was in The Three Little Pigs. She also appeared in Hansel and Gretel, The Elves and the Shoemaker, The Tortoise and the Hare, The Little Red Hen, The Princess and the Pea, The Emperor's New Clothes, Momotarō the Peach Boy, The Gingerbread Boy, The Comic Book: Attack of the Eraser, and The Beach Day Mystery.
- Little Bo Peep – Little Bo Peep is named after the children's nursery rhyme Little Bo Peep. Her first appearance was in The Elves and the Shoemaker. She also appeared in The Little Red Hen, The Frog Prince, The Princess and the Pea, and Twas the Night Before Christmas.
- Goldilocks – Goldilocks is one of the girls in Storybrook Village. Her first appearance was in The Goose and the Golden Eggs. She also appeared in The Magic Porridge Pot, The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Halloween, Snow White, The Rolling Rice Cakes, George and the Dragon, The Envy Model, The Ugly Duckling: Becoming a Swan, and The Comic Book: Attack of the Eraser.
- Little Miss Muffet – A girl in a yellow dress and a white blouse with a yellow bow on her hair.
- Cinderella – In the TV series, Cinderella has long brown hair and wears different dresses. She is one of the citizens of Storybrook Village and appears in some episodes.
- Ella – Ella is a star girl who wears yellow. Her skirt shapes like a star and her hair matches her dress. Her only appearance is The Stars in the Sky.
- Odette – Although, she is called the "Swan Maiden", Odette dresses in white with white hair and pink ballet slippers with a matching flower on her head. Her only appearance is The Swan Maiden.
- Sleeping Beauty – A princess who wears a blue dress.
- Thumbelina – In this show, this girl has brown hair with high pigtails decorated in flowers and wears a red flowery dress.
- Clara Drosselmeyer – One of the characters from the Nutcracker story. Clara wears a big pink bow on her head with a pink and green nightgown and pink ballet slippers.
- Rapunzel - Rapunzel is based on the German fairy tale, "Rapunzel".
- Peter Piper – Peter Piper is named after the children's nursery rhyme Peter Piper. He first appeared in Hansel and Gretel. He also appeared in Humpty Dumpty, The Tortoise and the Hare, The Little Red Hen, Sleeping Beauty, The Comic Book: Attack of the Eraser, and The Beach Day Mystery.
- Momotarō – Momotaro is a Japanese boy who was born from a peach fruit in a story called Momotarō the Peach Boy. He has three talkative animal friends which are Dog, Monkey, and Pheasant who fight and argue causing the ogre to roar.
- Owen – A boy who works as a newspaper deliverer boy in the comic book called Attack of the Eraser.
- Little Boy Blue – A boy who is close friends with Red. He plays the horn and has glasses.
The Pig family
- Poppa Pig – The father of the three pigs who were born in Storybrook Village. As an adult, he wears a blue hard hat with overalls on his shirt.
- Eldest Pig – First son of Poppa Pig, wears green.
- Middle Pig – Second son of Poppa Pig, wears red.
- Poppa Pig's Brothers – Uncles of the three pigs who were born in Storybrook Village.
- Three Bears – Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Baby Bear live in Storybrook Village together as a family. She wears a pink scarf while Papa Bear wears a green necktie and eyeglasses.
- Charlie – The main character of his story called Bedtime for Bear. He wears green pajamas, has a teddy bear dressed in blue and lives in his home, a cave.
- Panda – A panda bear who lives in a Chinese bamboo forest. From Around the World Adventure, she helps Wigglesbottom travel to Antarctica by giving directions.
- Baby Dino – A cute little orange Brachiosaurus who hatched from an egg.
- Stego – A Stegosaurus met by Baby Dino. His plates are red.
- Torosaurus – A dinosaur with a Mid-Atlantic accent.
- Mother Goose – Mother Goose has a light blue dress, a pink hat with two turquoise feathers on it, eyeglasses and pink shoes. She also carries her book and feathered pen to write her nursery rhymes. Her only appearance is The Story of Mother Goose.
- The Blue Goose – This talkative fowl only appears in her story called The Goose and the Golden Eggs. Her yellow beak matches her head feathers and she has a purple tail.
The other animals
- Wolfy – Wolfy is the Big Bad Wolf's son who lives in Storybrook Village. He first appeared in Little Red Riding Hood. He also appeared in The Emperor's New Clothes, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Beauty and the Beast, The Rolling Rice Cakes, Juan Bobo and the Pig, The Nutcracker, and The Comic Book: Attack of the Eraser.
- Tiddalick – Tiddalick is a frog with a hat on his head who likes water a lot.
- Webby – Webby is a penguin who is the main character of the story called Webby in Bathland. His place is Rub-a-Dub.
- Moose – Lives in North America from Around the World Adventure.
- The Squirmy Germs – Antagonists of the story called Webby in Bathland. These characters come in different colors. Most of them are pink and the only female is blue.
|First Aired||Last Aired|
|1||65||September 3, 2007||February 21, 2011|
|2||15||September 12, 2011||October 11, 2012|
|3||23||August 18, 2015||May 12, 2016|
Season 1 (2007–2011)
|Episode #||Title||Synopsis||Super Story Answer||Release date|
|1||"The Three Little Pigs"||Friend||September 3, 2007|
|2||"Hansel & Gretel"||Ask First||September 4, 2007|
|3||"Humpty Dumpty"||Cheer||September 5, 2007|
|4||"Jack & The Beanstalk"||Music||September 6, 2007|
|5||"The Tortoise & The Hare"||Enjoy The Game||September 13, 2007|
|6||"Goldilocks & The Three Bears"||Clean Up||September 14, 2007|
|7||"The Boy Who Cried Wolf"||Trust||September 17, 2007|
|8||"Rapunzel"||Teamwork||September 18, 2007|
|9||"The Ugly Duckling"||Keep Trying||September 25, 2007|
|10||"The Elves & The Shoemaker"||Playdate||September 26, 2007|
|11||"Little Miss Muffet"||Nice||September 27, 2007|
|12||"Cinderella"||Be Yourself||September 28, 2007|
|13||"The Ant & The Grasshopper"||Get Ready||October 17, 2007|
|14||"The Little Red Hen"||Tell Why||October 18, 2007|
|15||"The Frog Prince"||Take Turns||October 19, 2007|
|16||"The Princess & The Pea"||Smart||November 20, 2007|
|17||"Little Red Riding Hood"||Stop||November 21, 2007|
|18||"Tom Thumb"||Family||November 22, 2007|
|19||"Little Bo Peep"||Clues||January 21, 2008|
|20||"The Emperor's New Clothes"||Speak Up||January 22, 2008|
|21||"The Twelve Dancing Princesses"||Surprise||April 7, 2008|
|22||"The Three Billy Goats Gruff"||Manners||April 8, 2008|
|23||"Thumbelina"||Ask For Help||April 9, 2008|
|24||"Goldilocks & The Three Bears: The Mystery"||Prove It||April 10, 2008|
|25||"Beauty & The Beast"||Use Your Words||May 19, 2008|
|26||"Rumpelstiltskin"||Learn||May 20, 2008|
|27||"Tiddalick the Frog"||Save Water||April 22, 2008|
|28||"Sleeping Beauty"||Try New Things||May 21, 2008|
|29||"The Foolish Wishes"||Choose Carefully||May 22, 2008|
|30||"The Goose & The Golden Eggs"||Share||September 1, 2008|
|31||"The Magic Porridge Pot"||Listen||September 2, 2008|
|32||"Pinocchio"||Tell The Truth||September 3, 2008|
|33||"Momotarō The Peach Boy"||Work Together||September 4, 2008|
|34||"The Gingerbread Boy"||Be Careful||October 13, 2008|
|35||"The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Halloween"||Pretend||October 14, 2008|
|36||"The Stars In The Sky"||Imagine||October 15, 2008|
|37||"The Three Feathers"||Be Positive||November 27, 2008|
|38||"'Twas The Night Before Christmas"||Happy||December 9, 2008|
|39||"The Little Mermaid"||Proud||November 28, 2008|
|40||"Juan Bobo & The Pig"||Ask Questions||February 16, 2009|
|41||"Snow White"||Stop & Think||February 17, 2009|
|42||"The Rolling Rice Cakes"||Give To Others||February 18, 2009|
|43||"Peter Rabbit"||Love||February 19, 2009|
|44||"The Boy Who Drew Cats"||Doodle||March 23, 2009|
|45||"Aladdin"||Do It Yourself||April 20, 2009|
|46||"George & The Dragon"||Brave||June 2, 2009|
|47||"The Swiss Family Robinson"||Resourceful||June 3, 2009|
|48||"The Three Little Pigs: Return of The Wolf"||Follow Directions||August 3, 2009|
|49||"Alice In Wonderland"||Clock||August 10, 2009|
|50||"Dr. Dolittle"||Take Care||August 17, 2009|
|51||" The Muddled Up Fairytales '"||Create||August 24, 2009|
|52||"Hansel & Gretel: A Healthy Adventure"||Healthy||November 9, 2009|
|53||"Cinderella: The Prince's Side of The Story"||Clever||November 10, 2009|
|54||"The Prince and the Pauper"||Home||November 11, 2009|
|55||"The Ugly Duckling: Becoming A Swan"||Growing Up||November 12, 2009|
|56||"The Nutcracker"||Dance||November 25, 2009|
|57||"The Comick Book: Attack of The Eraser"||Think of Others||January 15, 2010|
|58||"The Story of The Tooth Fairy"||Note||January 22, 2010|
|59||"The Cookbook"||Recipe||January 29, 2010|
|60||"The Big Game"||Practice||February 15, 2010|
|61||"The Beach Day Mystery"||Treasure Hunt||July 12, 2010|
|62||"The Swan Maiden"||Play Soon||September 13, 2010|
|63||"The City Mouse and the Country Mouse"||Sleepover||October 18, 2010|
|64||"King Midas"||Thankful||November 15, 2010|
|65||"The Story of Mother Goose"||Rhyme||February 21, 2011|
Season 2 (2011–2012)
|Episode #||Title||Synopsis||Super Story Answer||Release Date|
|66||"Woofster Finds A Home"||Adopt||September 12, 2011|
|67||"Webby In Bathland"||Bubbles||September 13, 2011|
|68||"Bedtime For Bear"||Nightlight||September 14, 2011|
|69||"Molly's Dance Show"||Believe||September 15, 2011|
|70||"King Eddie Who Loved Spaghetti"||Variety||September 16, 2011|
|71||"Jasper's Cowboy Wish"||Hero||January 16, 2012|
|72||"Baby Dino's Big Discovery"||Observe||January 17, 2012|
|73||"Princess Gwennie Saves The Day"||Funny||January 18, 2012|
|74||"The Great Robot Race"||Invent||January 19, 2012|
|75||"' Around The World Adventure "||Map||June 15, 2012|
|76||"Naila & The Magic Map "||Secret Code||June 27, 2012|
|77||"The Adventures of Math-A-Million"||Add||October 8, 2012|
|78||"Monty's Adventures In Music Town"||Voice||October 9, 2012|
|79||"Zora's Art Adventure"||Inspire||October 10, 2012|
|80||"Galileo's Space Adventure"||Orbit||October 11, 2012|
Season 3 (2015–2016)
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|Episode #||Title||Synopsis||Super Story Answer||Air Date|
|81||"The Story of The Super Readers"||The Super Readers are having a party in the book club, but only Super You (the viewer) jumps into the book to find out about the history of the Super Readers.||Super Readers||August 17, 2015|
|82||"Roxie's Missing Music Book"||Whyatt can't show his comic book because it was missing.||Go Back||August 18, 2015|
|83||"The Banana Mystery"||Pig's lemons are missing for his lemonade stand.||Search||August 19, 2015|
|84||"The Underwater Lost Treasure"||Pig's last puzzle piece is missing.||Look Carefully||August 20, 2015|
|85||"The Cowgirl Mystery"||Whyatt's game board is missing.||Evidence||August 21, 2015|
|86||"The Alphabet's Sad Day"||Pig feels like he isn't really helping his brothers build their brick house.||Important||September 21, 2015|
|87||"The Silly Word Play"||Princess' silliness prevents Red, Whyatt, and Pig from flying Red's kite.||Cooperate||September 22, 2015|
|88||"The Rhyming Carnival"||Red wants to show Whyatt a trick with her new toy, but it won't cooperate.||Calm Down||September 23, 2015|
|89||"The Mixed Up Story"||When Baby Joy says "Again! Again!" the words fell out and get mixed up.||Fix The Order||September 24, 2015|
|90||"Judith's Happy Chanukah"||Whyatt is excited to have been invited to Red's Grandma's house to celebrate Chanukah, but doesn't know much about the holiday.||Traditions||December 7, 2015|
|91||"The Unhappy Puppy"||Woofster is lonely when Whyatt goes to school.||Pal||January 11, 2016|
|92||"The Pupp-Athon"||Woofster becomes distracted to the Storybrook Village talent show.||Concentrate||January 12, 2016|
|93||"Where's Woofster?"||Whyatt and Princess can't figure out what Woofster wants to play.||Hide and Seek||January 13, 2016|
|94||"Super Puppy Saves The Day"||After hearing the story of Super Puppy, Whyatt's puppy Woofster really wants to meet her. But Whyatt can't help because he doesn't know who Super Puppy is.||Woofster||January 14, 2016|
|95||"The Princess Who Loved Mud"||Pig's big brother are building houses with their blocks, but Pig wants to build something different.||Play Your Own Way||March 14. 2016|
|96||"Woofster & The Pet Pack"||Whyatt can't wait to show his friends the new comic book he's written about Woofster and his friends - the Pet Pack - and their search for the missing Princess of Pet City. How, the Super Readers wonder, can the Pet Pack ever find their Princess?||Team||March 15, 2016|
|97||"The Three Bears Go Camping"||Whyatt and Pig want to play campout, but they can't agree on where to put their tent.||Compromise||March 16, 2016|
|98||"Mathis' Book of Why"||Pig and Princess are scanning the sky of rainbows, but they can't find any and don't know why.||Look In A Book||March 17, 2016|
|99||"Attack of More Man!"||Red is headed to the park and wants to bring all of her toys, but she can't hold them all and keeps dropping the whole pile. She doesn't know what to do.||Pick and Choose||March 18, 2016|
|100||"Monster Munch"||The pals help a hungry little monster find his lunch; and learn about good nutrition.||Eat For Energy||May 9, 2016|
|101||"Landon's Circus Adventure"||The Super Readers meet a kid acrobat who's nervous about performing in front of people for the first time.||Together||May 10, 2016|
|102||"Tilden The Caterpillar"||The Super Readers meet a caterpillar that needs help preparing for his transformation into a butterfly.||Be Patient||May 11, 2016|
|103||"The Sheep Who Lost Little Bo Peep"||The Super Readers meet two lost little sheep.||Stay in One Place||May 12, 2016|
Sister Joy's 9 years old
|Episode #||Title||Synopsis||Air Date|
|1||In the Bath||Whyatt and friends try to get hot water from Red's house to have a nice warm sheep dip.||5 July 2017|
|2||The Apple||Princess Pea wants some apples from the greedy hogs, but the pigs are determined to stop them at all costs.||6 July 2017|
|3||Saturday Night||Whyatt uses Red's old record player for a dance party, but the pigs interfere with the party by playing rock music. Meanwhile, Jack attempts to get his new music player to work, but has trouble.||7 July 2017|
|4||Still life||Jack oil-paints the Storybrook Village, but runs out of white paint for the sheep. Red tries to fix the painting, but soon the rest of Princess Pea are a riot of colour. Although the painting appears to be ruined, it actually proves to be a fortune-winning masterpiece at the end.||8 July 2017|
|5||Circus||Sister Joy ventures out, fascinated by the circus. Whyatt and friends organize a plan to get him back before Jack realizes his disappearance from the Storybrook Village.||9 July 2017|
|6||Photo||Red finds a camera left by some campers and snaps away with it, but Princess Pea and the pigs have other plans.||12 July 2017|
|7||Fetching||Love's infatuation with a Little Bo Peep distracts him from minding the rowdy flock. Red and Princess Pea try to get the flock to focus.||13 July 2017|
|8||Hiccups||Pig drinks the lemonade too fast and gets the hiccups. Whyatt tries to help with all of the usual tricks, but none of them worked.||14 July 2017|
|9||Fleeced||It is Haircut Day for the flock, but Jack's styling attempts inspire the flock to make a break for it and plan a mission to go to the salon downtown.||15 July 2017|
|10||Little Red Riding Hood Saves the Tree||Jack wants to turn the tree in Whyatt's field into firewood. However, Red, Little Boy Blue, Peter Piper and friends must take desperate measures to stop their beloved tree from getting cut down.||16 July 2017|
Little Red Riding Hood's sports
|Episode #||Title||Synopsis||Air Date|
|1||Basketball||Red in Basketball the game.||September 4, 2017|
|2||Tennis||Red and Princess Pea in Tennis the game.||September 5, 2017|
|3||Archery||The competition gets heated, and Red and Princess Pea's recklessness almost result in Pig discovering what they've been up to.||September 6, 2017|
|4||100 Metre Dash||Slow and steady wins the race as Red and her fellow competitors are exhausted by two false starts, but Pig's inertia leaves her with the energy to win the race.||September 7, 2017|
|5||Steeplechase||The audience becomes so engrossed in counting sheep as they jump through the fences when they dozed off.||September 8, 2017|
|6||Ribbon||Red finishes her ribbon routine with a flourish, leaving the moles tied up in knots.||September 11, 2017|
|7||Soccer||A cabbage rolls into the lawn, and then a game of football breaks out. Things get worse when the pigs want it for lunch.||September 12, 2017|
|8||Relay||Whyatt is surprised to find himself the winner of the relay race when his bone is used as a baton.||September 13, 2017|
|9||Swimming||Swimming with Red after the race.||September 14, 2017|
|10||Trampoline||Princess Pea takes an unexpectedly energetic journey around the Storybrook Village as her bouncy castle trampoline deflates.||September 15, 2017|
- Nicholas Castel Vanderburgh as Whyatt Beanstalk/Super Why (Season 1)
- Nicholas Kaegi as Whyatt Beanstalk/Super Why (Season 2)
- Johnny Orlando as Whyatt Beanstalk/Super Why (Season 3)
- Zachary Bloch as Pig/Alpha Pig (Seasons 1–2)
- Samuel Faraci as Pig/Alpha Pig (Season 3)
- Tajja Isen as Princess Pea/Princess Presto
- Siera Florindo as Red Riding Hood/Wonder Red (Seasons 1–2)
- T.J. McGibbon as Red Riding Hood/Wonder Red (Season 3)
- Joanne Vannicola as Woofster
On March 1, 2012, a new live show based on Super Why, entitled Super Why Live: You've got the Power was announced.
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