The Replacements

Disney Channel (ended 2009)



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The Replacements

Show Summary

The Replacements is a Disney Channel Original Animated Series that premiered in September 2006 on Disney Channel created by children's book author and illustrator, Dan Santat. The Replacements follows what happens to orphans Riley (Grey DeLisle) and Todd (Nancy Cartwright) when they order replacement parents from the Fleemco Replacement Parent Organization. Their new mom turns out to be a British super spy named Agent K (Kath Soucie) and their new dad is a world renowned stunt man named Dick Daring (Daran Norris). Along the way, they'll be joined by Agent K's super-intelligent talking car, C.A.R (David McCallum) in their many zany adventures.
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Fan Reviews (126)

  • Awesome show!

    This show was actually like the funniest show I've ever watched on TV. It was hilarious! It's too bad it got cancelled so fast.
  • Well....

    I lost interest in it fast, it was somewhat funny, then I just moved on from it. Strangely reminds me of Phineas and Ferb.
  • Yes it was a pretty poor show but I'd liked the stuff with Tasumi

    As bad is this show was; at least it isn't as bad as Sanjay and Craig, Breadwinners, Teen Titans Go!, or Uncle Grandpa.
  • Better Than The Horrible Football Movie, But Still Bad

    The plot is dumb, the episodes aren't really interesting, and the animation- MY GOD. I'd recommend this show if you were an avid Disney Channel fan and liked every single show they have ever put out. Other than that, not much will find enjoyment out of it, and will clearly enjoy The Buzz On Maggie and Kim Possible better.
  • The perfect example of a good premise gone horribly wrong

    The Replacements was a show by Disney that actually managed to suck you in to see this show. There was always a commercial about it and many promotions about it and the premise sounded promising. The show's premise was about two young orphan siblings named Riley and Todd who find an ad for a place called Fleemco, and they mail it in to get two new parents and cell phones. The phones are used to call Fleemco to replace adults who are despicable and get adults who make their lives easier. The premise was actually pretty good, it made people think what would happen if you could replace a certain person to make life easier, but the way it's executed is very poor. The show always, and I mean always, used the same thing again and again. An evil adult was making Todd's and Riley's lives bad, so they call Fleemco to replace the adult with a good one, but at the end the new adult goes insane and the old one comes back and the kids learn a moral lesson. That's it, that's the whole show for you, nothing else, there is rarely an episode that doesn't focus on replacing an adult, it happens once in a blue moon. The artwork and animation is pretty good and flows nicely. The characters can range from annoying to dreadfully boring and uninteresting. The only good characters in this show were Dirk the Daredevil Dad and the Car, they actually made me laugh and provided good humor. Why couldn't the show be about them instead of everyone else? Everyone else has no real humor at all and they say horrible puns that make you do a face palm. Overall, this show could have been a classic, but sadly it fails due to boring and annoying characters, repetitive stories, and bad humor. The only reason you should watch this show is to see Dirk and Car provide comedy. Disney, go back to doing what you did best, and make actual good cartoons, not this, and way to drop the ball on this show.moreless

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Animation, Comedy, Fantasy, Kids


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