The following is an episode list for the Disney Channel animated series The Replacements. The first episode aired on July 28, 2006, as a sneak preview, while the series originally started airing on September 8, 2006. The series ended in 2009 with a total of 52 episodes, as said by Dan Santat. The series finale, "Irreplaceable", aired on March 30, 2009.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||Season Premiere||Season Finale|
|1||21||2006–2007||July 28, 2006||October 29, 2007|
|2||31||2007–2009||December 10, 2007||March 30, 2009|
Season 1: 2006–2007
|#||Title||U.S Air Date||Production Code|
|1||"Todd Strikes in / The Jerky Girls"||July 28, 2006(sneak preview)||101|
| A. Todd and Riley decide to replace their old baseball coach with a new one that just happens to be a professional baseball player.
B. Riley replaces her strict scout leader with someone who will help them sell more jerky than their rival scout led by Sierra. Guest Starring: Jake Delaney
|2||"CindeRiley / Skate-Gate"||September 8, 2006||104|
| A. To impress Johnny Hitswell, Riley replaces a one-cut hairdresser with one that will give her a complete makeover for the school dance.|
B. Todd replaces the mayor with a professional skater so he can be free to skateboard however he wants to. Riley, on the other hand, is having a sugar rush that makes her build a barn and catch chipmunks
|3||"The Insecurity Guard / Quiet Riot"||September 9, 2006||102|
| A. After being beaten up by a bully named Donny Rottwieler, Todd replaces the school's not-so-helpful security guard with a security robot that gives Todd a bad reputation.|
B. Todd replaces the librarian with a rock star at the same time their semester projects are due.
|4||"The Truth Hurts / Jumping Mad"||September 16, 2006||103|
| A. Riley's school journalism career takes a turn when she replaces her teacher with someone who encourages her to embarrass her family and her friends.|
B. Riley replaces her dad's stunt coordinator with a physics scientist in order to make his career safer.
|5||"The Majestic Horse / Carnie Dearest"||September 23, 2006||108|
| A. When Riley has always wanted a dream horse with talents like Thunderbolt, Dick buys Riley a mangy mule named Prince Cinnamon Boots from Sloan Stone who Riley replaces with the actual Thunderbolt.|
B. After being told not to, Todd sneaks out to the carnival, then joins them after he replaced the carnival manager with a street gambler. In this episode we learn that K joined the carnival when she was a kid and didn't want Todd and Riley to make the same mistake.
|6||"Days of Blunder / Cheer Pressure"||September 30, 2006||107|
| A. Todd and Dick build a go cart together for an upcoming race. When Dick is terrible at it, Todd has him temporarily replaced with an ace mechanic.|
B. To impress Johnny Hitswell, Riley replaces the school's cheerleading coach with a spiritual hippie after she, Tasumi, and Abbey don't make the team. In the end Riley does the right thing and all of the original cheerleaders are back on the team and all of the new cheerleaders are off the team.
|7||"Going Overboard / Riley's Birthday"||October 7, 2006||105|
| A. Todd and Riley replace their unfun babysitter with an educational TV show host, who has no respect for the Daring home.|
B. Agent K tries to get Riley's idol, Dustin Dreamlake, to come to her 13th birthday party while Dick and Todd buy her some time keeping the party guest happy. Earlier, Todd replaced a bus driver with an orangutan.
|8||"Halloween Spirits"||October 14, 2006||106|
| When Riley and Todd learn that a call to Fleemco did not replace their neighbors the Kelpmans (voiced by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Jeff Bennett), they fear that their neighbors had turned into zombies and plan to do the same to trick-or-treaters.
Note: this is the first episode not to have two episodes in one.
|9||"German Squirmin' / The Means Justify the Trend"||November 4, 2006||110|
| A. Todd is failing German. To cover this up in order to go to the Fun-O-Sphere, Todd lies about his grade in German and replaces his German teacher with someone who only speaks German.|
B. Riley replaces cover girl and trend-setter Heather Hartley with an average girl, which happens to be herself.
|10||"Davey Hunkerhoff / Ratted Out"||November 18, 2006||109|
| A. To impress Johnny Hitswell at the pool, Riley replaces the older pool life guard with a hunk (voiced by Zac Efron).|
B. Riley accidentally lets Todd's pet rat loose and replaces it with a new one. Goof: Principal Cutler says the rat was several years younger than the rat the school gave him. But rats only live to be 2 or 3 years old. Note: * Riley's "crush", Davey Hunkerhoff, is likely a parody of David Hasselhoff Note: CAR's reply to K's command, "I'm sorry, K. I'm afraid I can't let you do that," is a reference to HAL from "2001".
|11||"Master Pho / Zoo or False?"||December 2, 2006||111|
| A. In order to help him take on Donny Rottwieler, Todd replaces his karate teacher with a professional who turns out to be one of Agent K's enemies.|
B. Tired of animals not getting respect at the zoo, Riley replaces the zookeeper Hiram Smeck with a nature activist who frees the animals. Now Riley and her family must round them up.
|12||"Best Friends ForNever? / Running from Office"||December 9, 2006||114|
| A. Riley and Tasumi resort to wrestling to solve their friendship issues after Todd replaces the guidance counselor with a professional wrestler.|
B. Todd and Riley run against each other in a school campaign and spice things up when Todd and Riley each get candidate managers through Fleemco who are at odds with each other.
|13||"Fieldtrippin' / Fiddling Around"||January 6, 2007||112|
| A. Todd and Riley replace the uptight archaeology park owner with a treasure hunter who helps them discover a lost treasure.|
B. To be a country fiddler, Riley replaces her classical violin teacher with her idol, Susie May.
|14||"Boyzroq / Ball Hogs"||February 3, 2007||117|
| A. To make some students like the school choir, Todd replaces his choir teacher with a music producer who turns the boys choir into a band.
B. Todd and Jacobo fight over a ball after ending up with a ball thrown by Carson Palmer at a football game. When Jacobo doesn't share the credit of catching the ball with him, Todd later replaced Jacobo's museum bouncer with a mime.
|15||"iTodd / See Dick Run"||June 16, 2007||119|
| A. Todd gets obsessed with a computer when Fleemster.com becomes a hit. When his family deactivates the computers as an intervention, Todd will try anyway to use that site even if it involves Fleemco replacing the I.T. guy at the library with Fleemster.com's creator.|
B. Todd enters his dad in a contest against Buzz's dad when he learns that he was a track champion. But Dick has to get in shape first. One of the steps involves replacing the owner of the local ice cream shop with a dietitian.
|16||"The Perfect Date / Serf's Up"||June 30, 2007||120|
| A. Johnny Hitswell asks Riley out on a date and her family tries to make her date perfect. To help, Todd (being forced by his parents) replaces the wait staff at Le Petit Fromage with French waiters. But, when they can't show up, Todd and the rest of the family step in.|
B. Todd has a dream where he is a peasant and Riley is a cruel and spoiled princess who is soon to be crowned queen. To take her down, Todd gets a potion that replaces the drinker with a monstrous/champion version of that person.
|17||"The Frog Prince / Snow Place Like Nome"||July 21, 2007||116|
| A. To prevent Sheldon from being ridiculed for having an imaginary girlfriend, Riley replaces Sheldon's imaginary girlfriend with a real one (voiced by Miley Cyrus).|
B. When Principal Cutler won't shut down the school during a blizzard, Riley replaces Principal Cutler with a principal from Tobago who has never seen snow before.
|18||"A Daring Romance / Maid for K"||July 28, 2007||115|
| A. Riley replaces Uncle Phil due to his bad romance advice. He is replaced with Dick Daring's rival Gordo Glideright.|
B. The kids want K to take a break. To do that, they get a maid, via Fleemco.
|19||"AbraKDabra! / Kumquat Day"||August 11, 2007||113|
| A. Todd and Riley each enter the school parent-child talent competition. But, after learning his mom has stage fright, Todd replaces her with Corletta the Magician, who, ends up being his mom in disguise.|
B. Riley's super-sappy love letter to Johnny Hitswell accidentally gets sent in the mail. To try to stop it, Riley replaces the Postal Worker with a sloth.
|20||"London Calling"||October 15, 2007||121|
|Todd and Riley go to London where their spy car, C.A.R.T.E.R was sent to teach children in a secret spy school. While there they uncover a sinister plot and with the help of their parents, C.A.R and their grandparents they manage to save the day. (guest stars Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright and Michael York)|
|21||"Clueless / Conrad's Day Off"||October 29, 2007||118|
| A. Riley throws a mystery-themed party, but the lights flash off and someone stomps Todd's new extremely obnoxious Robo-Cat, so they interigate each other to find out who pulverised the aggrivating toy.
B: When Todd replaces the math teacher with a rodeo clown with a bull, Conrad takes a temporary 48-hour vacation. Todd's replacement gets Mr. Vanderbausch angered with Riley and gives her double-detention. While Riley angers Mr. Vanderbausch more, Todd tries to bail out without Conrad's help.
Season 2: 2007–2009
|#||Title||U.S. Air Date||Production Code|
|22||"The Spy Who Wasn't Riley"||December 10, 2007||201|
|An aptitude test reveals that Riley's job in the future is as window cleaner, so she tries to be a spy like her mom; Todd wants to become a clown.|
|23||"Late Night with Todd and Riley"||December 17, 2007||205|
| Riley and Todd have Sleepovers on the same night. Riley tries to get even with Sierra for not inviting her to her pool party, while Todd and his friends watch Splatter Train, a scary movie.|
Note: Splatter Train is a parody of Christine
|24||"Space Family Daring"||December 24, 2007||204|
|When Fleemco builds a Space Shuttle the Darings volunteer to test it. Meanwhile Riley tries to prove she can take risks.|
|25||"She Works Hard for the Movies"||April 14, 2008||203|
|Riley gets a job at a local drive-in movie theater; Todd and Jacobo devise a money-making scheme.|
|26||"Volcano Island"||April 28, 2008||207|
|The Daring family goes on a survival reality show. Meanwhile Todd gets sick of Buzz cheating during the game show so he replaces the host with someone who will stop Buzz from cheating.|
|27||"The Rizzle"||May 12, 2008||206|
|Riley gets in trouble when she hangs out with an older girl with a wild side; Todd realizes he needs to wear glasses, but he pretends that he doesn't need them|
|28||"The Campiest Episode Ever"||May 25, 2008||202|
|Todd is forced to go to camp, while Riley becomes a counselor. The Head Counselor doesn't care about paying attention to the kids, so he makes up a story about a monster to scare the kids so while the counselors are off having fun, the kids will stay in their cabin. But, Todd and his friends are focused on beating the rich kid camp at the talent show, so they try to catch the monster.|
|29||"Phoneless in Pleasant Hills"||June 9, 2008||208|
|Buzz uses Riley's phone to create replacements all over town. Meanwhile Todd is saddened when his favorite comedy team breaks up.|
|30||"Garage Sale Daring / Private Todd"||June 23, 2008||211|
| A. Riley scrambles to get rid of her childish things before Johnny arrives for a study-date.|
B. Todd gets sick of his mom giving him no space and so ends up with a spy proof room.
|31||"Hollywouldn't"||July 7, 2008||214|
|Todd lands a role in a movie based on Shelton and Celebrity's relationship in The Frog Prince. However, Todd discovers that Celebrity has a hidden agenda: revenge on Shelton for dumping her. Voice actress Jessica DiCicco guest stars as revenge-seeking jerk, Celebrity Star. Josh Duhamel guest-stars as an animated version of himself.|
|32||"Glee by the Sea"||July 21, 2008||213|
|The Darings go on vacation at a beach where Todd falls for an older girl, and Riley waits for Johnny Hitswell to call. K thinks Dr Skorpius is up to something.|
|33||"Bowled Over / A Little Tiffed Off"||August 11, 2008||215|
| A. When Abby refuses Riley's help in a beauty pageant, Riley decides to enter herself.
B. When Todd finds out Tiffany has a crush on him, he's not interested until he realizes the benefits of a rich girlfriend.
|34||"Canadian Fakin'"||August 25, 2008||216|
| Riley goes to Canada as part of a foreign exchange program while the Darings host a Canadian boy who makes Todd so jealous that he runs away from home. Josh Duhamel returns as himself.|
Goof: When Riley shows her photos of all her friends before leaving, it shows Tasumi without her armor. However, she doesn't lose her armor until "Tasumi Unmasked."
|35||"Tasumi Unmasked"||September 15, 2008||209|
|A. Riley tries to uncover the truth about Tasumi, and finds that she has a secret identity to escape from her stardom in Japan. Meanwhile, Todd is confronted by a street performer over his one-man-band show.|
|36||"Pleasant Hills Confidential"||September 29, 2008||210|
|Todd starts selling replacements to his classmates.|
|37||"Extra Credit"||October 13, 2008||219|
|Riley desperately needs money when she runs up charges on K's credit card. Meanwhile, Todd finds another money-making scheme when he meets someone selling term papers.|
|38||"You Got Schooled"||October 27, 2008||217|
|Dick ends up in Todd's history class when he is sent back to pass 6th grade history. Meanwhile, Riley and Johnny compete against bullies from two towns over when they take over the local skating rink.|
|39||"Heartbreak in the City"||November 10, 2008||222|
| Riley gets paranoid when Johnny goes to New York City to model which results in him dumping her. Todd and Dick decide to live like "dudes" when the women are out of the house.
Note: Todd mentioned truth salt and said this would useful in another episode and it did in "Truth or Daring." Note K mentioned that Conrad was Riley's uncle. Special Guest Star: Tim Gunn
|40||"Puzzle Me Daring"||November 17, 2008||218|
|Todd tries to help his mom solve a case that involves riddles left by a crook. Riley discovers that she can make boys do what she wants by acting like someone else.|
|41||"Dick Daring's All-Star Holiday Stunt Spectacular"||December 8, 2008||212|
|The Darings host their annual holiday show directed by Riley with Ed Begley Jr., Carson Palmer, and Josh Duhamel. Meanwhile, Todd tries to make some money with his own telethon.|
|42||"A Buzzwork Orange"||December 22, 2008||220|
|Todd accidentally sends Buzz to reform school. Meanwhile, Agent K and Dick swap bodies in this episode.|
|43||"Double Trouble / The Revenge of Prince Cinnamon Boots"||January 5, 2009||223|
| A. Riley, Tasumi, and Abbey join Nature Tweens, after Riley claims she is over her breakup with Johnny. Riley then goes to a tween speed-dating service, where she decides she is going to go to the Nature Tweens awards banquet with Berry, after finding out that Johnny is also taking someone to the banquet.
B. Tired of being ignored by the Darings, Prince Cinnamon Boots lures them out of the house, and then locks them out using the security system K installed on the house.
|44||"Moustache Mayhem"||January 26, 2009||221|
| Everyone assumes Todd is an adult when one of K's gadgets makes him sprout a moustache.
Note: A person in this episode mentioned called Bill Allen which is a parody of Bill Gates.
|45||"Snide and Prejudice"||February 2, 2009||224|
|Riley instantly dislikes a new kid in town, but she soon develops a crush on him. Meanwhile, Todd considers himself too cool to play a nerdy game with Jacobo.|
|46||"Art Attack"||February 23, 2009||225|
|Todd and Riley enroll in an art class, but Riley soon becomes jealous when Todd becomes a favorite in the art community.|
|47||"Shelton's Bar Mitzvah / Crushing Riley"||March 2, 2009||226|
| A. Sheldon's parents exclude him from planning his own bar mitzvah.
B. Riley tutors a bully who then falls for her.
|48||"Injustice is Blind"||March 9, 2009||227|
| While Todd takes on a blind bully, Riley confronts the author of her favorite book series for not ending it the way she wants it to end.
Note: D.K Growling is a parody of J.K Rowling
|49||"Truth or Daring"||March 16, 2009||228|
| When Todd is tired of Riley's truth telling, he gives her truth salt that forces her to tell the truth all the time. That's a bad idea when Dick is trying to get reelected for mayor. Meanwhile, Todd gives himself lie spice to make his lies 50% more believable, but too much consumption of the salt causes Todd to have uncontrollable lying. Which is also a bad idea when Todd's uncontrollable lying gets him sent to the Corps.
Note: Riley mentions she is adopted by K and Dick Daring for the first time.
|50||"Todd-Busters"||March 23, 2009||229|
| After embarrassing himself in front of the whole school, Todd uses K's invisibility hat to prank the entire school by posing as a ghost; which gets him into more embarresment and forcing to clean up his mess.
Note #1: This episode marks the final appearance of Sierra and Mr. Vandebosh.
Note #3: Todd mentioned a site called Fleem Tube which is a parody of YouTube.
|51||"A Tale of Two Rileys"||March 30, 2009||230|
| Riley is so desperate to see Dreamfest, a festival where Dustin Dreamlake is coming to, that she blackmails Conrad to send her a robot to take her place in school the day of the festival.
Note: This episode marks the final appearance of Abbey, Johnny, Jennifer, Claudia, Donnie, and Principal Cutler.
|52||"Irreplaceable"||March 30, 2009||231|
| Series Finale: Todd and Riley come home early from school to find out that their parents have been replaced with two "perfect" parents. Todd and Riley think Conrad is out to get them, so they go with Tasumi, Shelton, Jacobo,and C.A.R. to Fleemco Headquarters to find out why. They soon find out that Doctor Skorpius has kidnapped Dick, K and Conrad and has taken over the company! They defeat Doctor Skorpius and Todd finds out that Conrad is really their uncle. In the end, Riley and Todd start helping to run the business.|
Note #1: Also, Riley mentions Dick's first name for the first time, without calling him "dad."
Note #2: This episode marks the final apprence of Todd, Riley, Dick, K, Prince Cinnamonboots, C.A.R., Tasumi, Jacobo, Shelton, Buzz, and Conrad Fleem. Conrad Fleem is Todd and Riley's uncle.
Note #3: This episode marks the first appearance of Mr. Fleemco.
Note #4: C.A.R. said "Daisy" when he died. This is a reference to the death of the computer HAL.
Note #5: When the kids were going to save Dick and K, along the way, the last lyric of the Replacements theme is said.
- ↑ Santat, Dan (2008-10-01). "It's Been A Fun Ride". Dantat.com. http://dantat.typepad.com/dantat/2008/10/its-been-a-fun-ride.html. Retrieved on 2008-10-30.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 iTunes Store. "The Replacements : Irreplaceable - Zap2it". Tvlistings.zap2it.com. Retrieved on 2012-07-07.
- ↑ iTunes Store. "The Replacements : Todd-Busters - Zap2it". Tvlistings.zap2it.com. Retrieved on 2012-07-07.
- ↑ iTunes Store. "The Replacements : A Tale of Two Rileys - Zap2it". Tvlistings.zap2it.com. Retrieved on 2012-07-07.