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Monster Allergy TV Show Facts

Monster Allergy follows the adventures of Elena Potato, the new kid in Oldmill Village, and Zick Barrymore, a loner who has tons of allergies including one that lets him see monsters. Check it out!

Monster Allergy - Main Characters

  • Zick Barrymore - Zick is a 12 year-old who is just beginning to learn about the world of monsters. Little does he know that he's destined to save the world!
  • Elena Potato - Zick's best friend who knows how to make herself useful in a crisis.
  • Timothy-Moth - Zick's cat and mentor whose objective is to control the monsters in the Detention Oasis in the Barrymore house.
  • Tessa and Theo Grange - Zick's dead grandparents who are now "white ghosts" (good ghosts) and who help guide Zick to make wise choises.
  • Bombo - A huge monster who lives with Zick, under the supervision of Timothy-Moss. He's childish and likes to eat Zick's shoes.

Monster Allergy - Fun Facts

  • Monster Allergy originally aired on Italian TV but made its English language debut in 2006.
  • Monster Allergy is based on a best-selling comic book series of the same name.
  • The creators of Monster Allergy are the same people who created W.I.T.C.H.

Monster Allergy Quotes

"He's going to blame me but I didn't take his shoes." - Bombo
"Where'd you put my shoes, Bombo? Elena's waiting! - Zick

"The woodworm ate the floor again. It happens all the time." - Zick
"What on earth do monsters have for teeth? Dynamite?" - Elena

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