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Voiced by: Hayley Faith Negrin
The main character, a lively little girl who wears a beanie and likes to solve problems.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: She talks to the viewers often, usually to introduce herself and possibly Cat.
  • Catchphrase: Two. Her exact words vary, but they always contain the words "big problem" and "totally freaking out" respectively.
  • Character Tics: Waves her arms (and occasionally stamps) when she freaks out.
  • Cheerful Child: While she can get a bit riled up in a bad situation, she's generally upbeat and optimistic.
  • Genki Girl: Very jovial and energetic.
  • Large Ham: Sometimes she can be quite dramatic, especially when she says any of her catchphrases.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Nearly always wears a teal dress and a red striped hat.
  • Medium Awareness: Not only does she break the fourth wall, but she knows about the PBS website.
  • Non-Nude Bathing: Wears a swimsuit when she bathes.
  • Plot Allergy: She thought she was allergic to cats in "The Allergy Problem", but it turned out to be clovers.
  • Plucky Girl: Is an energetic little girl who's the main character.
  • Totally Radical: Not usually, but she sometimes speaks in jive.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Cat. She gets sad when things don't go his way, seeks out to look for him when he's missing, and more.

Voiced by: Dwayne Hill
The other main character, Peg's goofy cat friend.

"Thanks for putting this image here." "I do what I can!"
Voiced by: Thamela Mpumlwana (season 1), Jaiden Lewis (season 2)
An older boy who's very talented and likes to help out.
  • The Ace: Downplayed. Not ridiculously competent but he is reasonably competent at quite a few jobs, some more than others.
  • Catchphrase: "I do what I can!".
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: Seems to be good at rather a lot of things.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Downplayed. Normally, he wears his yellow shirt, beret, and blue pants but he has a variety of outfits.
  • Vague Age: Somewhere between six and twelve.

The Neighbor Ladies
The one with the glasses is Connie.
Viv is voiced by: Angela Teek
Connie is voiced by: Jean Yoon
Two middle-aged women named Viv and Connie who live next door to Peg on either side of her house. They are friendly, but sometimes want Peg to conform to stereotypes about little girls.

The Teens
Tessa is 13, Mora is 14 and Jesse is 15.
Tessa is voiced by: Addison Holley
Mora is voiced by: Annick Obonsawin
Jesse is voiced by: Gabriel Giammaria
Three teenagers named Tessa, Mora, and Jesse. They wear their ages on their shirts and speak in hip slang.

Big Mouth
Voiced by: Rob Morrison
A rambunctious alien who likes yellow things.

Peg's Mom

Voiced by: Alison Jutzi
Peg's mother.

The Farmer

Voiced by: Billy Aronson
The owner of the 100 chickens, a pig (not The Pig), and a cow.

The 100 Chickens

100 yellow chickens who live in a large chicken coop in the farm.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": Littlest Chicken has "Chicken" in her name.
  • Hammerspace: Quite minor, but the chickens are able to occasionally pull items such as outfits (in “The Bus Problem”) and bandages (in “The Straight and Narrow Problem”) out of thin air.
  • Meaningful Name: Littlest Chicken is the smallest of the flock.
  • Mister Strangenoun: Littlest Chicken's name is two words.
  • Nearly Normal Animal: They do some human-type things but are otherwise normal chickens.
  • Talking Animal: The Littlest Chicken can speak, most notably in “The Littlest Chicken Problem”. In most other episodes, she only says a few words. The other chickens can also speak, as revealed by the song at the end of “The Bus Problem”.

Voiced by: Tommy Wazelle
A goofy pig who sings instead of talking and has some obsession with triangles

The Mermaid
A mermaid who collects shiny things.

Voiced by: Christian DiStefano
A sensitive little alien.

Baby Fox
A little baby fox who builds contraptions.

The Pirates (and their parrot)
Voiced by: Rob Morrison
Four moody pirates and their pet parrot.

Big Dog

A large dog.


Voiced by: Kevin Del Aguila
Cleopatra's camel.

Arch Villain

Voiced by: J. Walter Hawkes
A villain who changes the shape of things.
  • Cartoon Creature: Is a weird pink humanoid.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He starts off evil, turns good, then turns evil again.
  • Meaningful Name: Subverted. He stopped fixating on arches, but kept his name.
  • Punny Name: His name is based on the term "arch-villain" and his enjoyment of arches. Even when said enjoyment goes away, he doesn't change his name.

Flat Woman
Voiced by: Julie Lemieux
Another villain, who likes to flatten things.


Voiced by: Mika Shimozato
Peg's ninja friend.


Voiced by: Kevin Del Aguila
The pizza-maker.

The Toad
Voiced by: Kevin Del Aguila
A toad who steals shapes.

     Fairy-tale Characters 

The Three Bears

Papa Bear is voiced by: Kevin Brathwite
Mama Bear is voiced by: Angela Teek
Baby Bear is voiced by: Phatt Al
Based on the bears from the Goldilocks story.

The Giants

Giant is voiced by: Bryce Kulak
Giantess is voiced by: Shoshana Sperling

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo is voiced by: Joseph Marrese
Juliet is voiced by: Kristin Fairlie

The Three Pigs

Voiced by: Rob Morrison
One of them is The Pig, the other two are Pig's brothers, who are based on the fairy tale of The Three Little Pigs and the "this little piggy" rhyme.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Voiced by: Rob Morrison
Three goat brothers based on The Three Billy Goats Gruff story.

     Historical Figures 

Ludwig van Beethoven

Voiced by: Rob Morrison
A famous composer.

Albert Einstein

Voiced by: John Stocker
A famous scientist.


Voiced by: Patience Mpumlwana
The queen of Egypt.


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