Whyatt is the natural born leader of the group who everyone turns to in the times of crisis or need, but even he is bound to make a couple of mistakes along the way.
Whyatt is a friendly and helpful boy, against all odds he'll always try to turn around any bad situation he may be faced with. He shows responsible, leaderly skills and is very smart for someone his age. Though when its his own problems he may take need a few minutes to determine how to fix it exactly but he can quickly tell when he messed up. Compared to the others, Whyatt seems to be the most calm of them and is rarely every upset or angry. He is honest with his true feelings and also brave and heroic. Whyatt's friends are very important and dear to him too! He cares for them deeply and will worry for them if they have a problem. Either by giving them support or by giving them a hug when the times call for it. Whyatt will do whatever he can to encourage them or make them feel better, being very empathetic to others feelings. When his friend is sad, he'll be sad too.
Whyatt is a young boy with olive colored skin and short brown hair that seems to be about ear length with his bangs pulled to the sides of his head and a single two-part tuft on the right side of his head, where his hair seems to be parted. His eyes are bright blue. Normally Whyatt wears a dark blue polo shirt with white markings and green sleeves, along with khaki jeans/pants, and tennis shoes.
A purple and green themed baseball uniform
At the beach, Whyatt wears a blue, powder blue, and white shirt with a green pair of swim trunks with yellow and blue lining around the top and a white string. His shoes resemble lilac-blue crocs with green strappy pieces, and he wears a blue fishing/swimming hat with a green band with tiny white question marks going around.
For Halloween, Whyatt wore an iron mask and a short red cape and dressed up as a Knight. He also carried a silver shield.
Once Whyatt wore a Pirates Hat
In the syndicated version, Whyatt wore a green v-neck t-shirt and black shorts.
Super WhyWhyatt turns into "Super Why", a typical super hero with the power to Read. Using both his reading abilities and his special why-writer, Super Why can always save the day! A why-writer is used by switching words around, taking out the bad words and putting in the good words. Super Why can also use it to highlight the words he is going to read. Just slightly does Whyatt's voice change while he is Super Why, but in the syndicated version, his voice doesn't change. He wears a green leotard/body suit with blue coloring between his elbows to wrist and underneath his gold belt. His cape is the same shade of blue and he also has on a pair of multi-blue colored turbo sneakers small lightning bolts on the sides that allow him to fly just like a real Super Hero. Over his eyes is a green eye mask. In the syndicated version, sparkles were added to his costume to match Princess Presto's costume, except for his mask which stays the same. When the super readers powers were upgraded to ZEO Super Reading power, Super Why's shoes became boots of the same shade And his cape became gold, he also gets gold gloves.
Super Why's Why Flyer is deep blue in color and resembles a typical plane with engines on the top. It has bright green lining and markings and a yellow underside. There is also a glass part in front of Super Why. For safety when riding in it, Super Why puts on a dark blue helmet. The question mark trail behind his flyer is green. To check Super Why's finish the story list click here
Whyatt comes from a family of three children and he is the middle child and youngest boy.
Mrs. Beanstalk: Whyatt's mother. She is a lovely book author who works with her husband. She also does a lot of the house work and tends to Baby Joy. She loves her children and has shown to be very smart. She supports Whyatt with everything he does.
Mr. Beanstalk: Whyatt's father who works with Mrs. Beanstalk. He works on the books illustrations. Mr. Beanstalk isn't seen as often as Mrs. Beanstalk, and the males in the family seem to have inherited his looks.
Jack Beanstalk: The hero from "Jack and the Beanstalk". Whyatt looks up to his brother and cares for him dearly. Whenever Jack gets angry or upset with him, it hurts Whyatt a lot. He was very saddened when Jack left for college until finding out that he could go visit his brother sometimes while away.
Joy Beanstalk: Whyatt's adorable and pretty baby sister who often cries or becomes saddened. She also is easy to please. Whyatt loves baby Joy very much and often feels sad or worried if she's upset.
Near the end of season 1, after Jack leaves for college he was replaced by a "twin" named Ken Beanstalk.
Problems Whyatt encountered
- Jack and the Beanstalk: Baby Joy had a very big tantrum and Whyatt kept trying to cheer her up and get her to stop. But it wasn't until near the end of the episode when he realized that playing music was the key and played a song for Joy.
Goldilocks and the 3 Bears: When showing Jack's room to the viewer Whyatt accidentally made a mess of his bedroom and made his older brother angry with him. After helping Goldilocks he realized that you should clean up after making a mess.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Whyatt's entire family refused to believe him when he said Joy spoke. Near the end of the episode he managed to figure out how he could make them believe him.
The Elves and the Shoemaker: Whyatt gets a secret admirer!
Little Bo Peep: Whyatt's pet lizard goes missing and at the end of the episode realizes he left a few clues to his whereabouts.
Whyatt's family is being very secretive and he has no clue why! He then learns it was because they were planning a surprise birthday for him.
Goldilocks and the 3 Bears: The Mystery: Whyatt is accused of breaking the strings on Jack's guitar but he knows he's innocent. So he then goes on to prove it.
Tiddalick the Frog: Whyatt is told from his mother that he keeps wasting water but he doesn't know how to fix it.
The Foolish Wishes: Whyatt gets to buy a new toy but with so many choices he has no clue what to pick.
Pinocchio: Whyatt feels guilty after he tells a lie and realizes that its important to tell the truth.
Twas The Night Before Christmas: Whyatt wished to learn more about Santa
The Boy Who Drew Cats: When Jack got sick Whyatt wished to draw him a picture in hopes of making him feel better but he didn't know what to draw.
Muddled Up Fairytales: When everybody else is too busy for him, Whyatt has no clue what to do by himself.
The Cookbook: Whyatt wants to bake Joy a special cake but had no idea how to make one.
The Big Game: Whyatt wants to improve his baseball skills but keeps missing the ball. He learns that in order to play better he must practice.
The Story Of The Tooth Fairy: Whyatt loses his first tooth but wishes to keep it. So the group go search for the tooth fairy to ask how to do this.
The City Mouse and The Country Mouse: Whyatt becomes very sad when Jack is leaving for college. But learns that he can go to visit his brother and his brother will come to see them.
Woofster Finds a Home: Whyatt heads to a pet adoption and gets an adorable puppy. Along the way the puppy reveals he has a story of his own!
King Eddie Who Loved Spaghetti: Whyatt learns that the food on his plate is unhealthy.
Baby Dino's Big Discovery: Whyatt tries to determine what dinosaur his toy is when he plays ith the others.
The Great Robot Race: Whyatt and Puppy want to win the Porridge race but puppy struggles but they soon learn that they can invent some new ways to aid them
Around the World Adventure: Whyatt meets a girl older then him at school who comes from another part of the world.
The Mixed Up Story: Baby Joy shakes the book A Day With Farmer Fred and words got mixed up.
Roxie's Missing Music Book: Whyatt's comic book is Missing
The Cowgirl Mystery: Whyatt's game board is Missing
- "Whyatt here!"
- "Why Writer, highlight!"
- "Hip, Hip, Hooray! The Super Readers saved the day!"
- "Super job, Super Readers!"
- "Great, we're all here."
- "Together, we'll solve (insert character name)'s problem. Let's go!"
- "Okay, (insert character name), state your problem."
- "Super Why, with the power to read!"
- "And that, Super Readers, is why we are in this book!"
- "Super Why to the rescue! With the power to read, I can change this story and save the day!"
- "This is a super big problem, and a super big problem meets us... The Super Readers! We need to call the rest of the super readers. Say "Calling all Super Readers!"
- "To the Book Club!"
- "Lets read the title of this book (insert book title)"
- "We know what to do we to need to jump to this book and find the answer to (insert character name)'s question."
- "Why Writer... Write!"
- "Welcome to storybrook village, where all of our fairy tale friends live."
- "Hi, so glad your here. It's me Whyatt" (after the opening credits)
- "And Super You with the power to help." (Season one)
- "And the answer is (Super Story Answer)."
- It's often been guessed/said that Whyatt is Hispanic.
- It's been noticed that many times when Whyatt uses his Super Duper Computer, he actually didn't need to considering his friends would be nearby.
- In the second season, Whyatt almost seems to be bigger then the others. Though it is mainly his head.
- Nicholas Kaegi replaces Nicholas Castel Vanderburgh as the new voice of Whyatt and Super Why due to Vanderburgh's age when he left the show after The Story of Mother Goose.
- Johnny Orlando, the sensational YouTube star, became the third voice of Whyatt and Super Why on the final season during its reboot.
- Whyatt wants to grow up to either be Famous, or a Comic Book Maker/Writer.
- Whyatt's name was most-likely inspired by his question mark symbol, as well as his name being spelled "WHYatt".
- Some say he likes Red. Other say he likes Princess Pea.
- Tom Kenny (better known as the voice of SpongeBob Squarepants) is the voice of Galileo in Galileo's Space Adventure.