The Replacements

Season 1 Episode 21

Clueless / Conrad's Day Off

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Oct 29, 2007 on Disney Channel
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Clueless / Conrad's Day Off
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Clueless: Riley hosts a mystery dinner party and Todd has a obnoxious robot kitten. Then, in the dark, it got destroyed. Who did it?

Conrad's Day Off: After fulfilling Todd's request to replace the math teacher with a rodeo clown, Conrad lets Todd know that he is taking a vacation from his job replacing people. The bull that came with the rodeo clown causes Riley to run into Mr. Vanderbosh who give's Riley detention. Todd must now get Riley out without the help of Fleemco.moreless

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Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Principal Cutler, Shelton Klutzberry

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Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Tasumi

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Erica Hubbard

Erica Hubbard

Abbey

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Why would they accuse Abbey for breaking Todd's toy? She was wearing high heels when there is a sneaker mark on the cat

    • Why would they accuse Riley for stepping on Todd's toy when she was wearing high heels? The footprint has sneaker marks (with a number 6 on it)!

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The episode title "Clueless", as well as the murder mystery-related story refers to the board game Clue, in which the players have to collect clues to find out who committed the murder. Even the people that the characters portray at the party refers to the characters featured as suspects in the game: Abby's character "Mrs. Ostrich" refers to Mrs. Peacock (the blue piece). Jacobo plays a character "Professor Pomegranate", in which the name refers to Professor Plum (the purple piece) and his outfit is similar to that of Mr. Green (the green piece). Buzz's character with the yellow uniform and pit helmet obviously refers to Colonel Mustard (the yellow pice).

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