The Replacements

Disney Channel (ended 2009)




Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Todd Strikes Out: After a horrible losing streak, Todd and Riley decide to replace their old baseball coach with a new one that just happens to be a professional baseball player.
      The Jerky Girls: Riley gives Fleemco a call to replace her scout group leader with a new one that doesn't follow the rules as much in the hopes of beating her arch rival in selling the most amount of jerky.

    • 9/8/06
      CinderRiley: It's getting close to the time for the annual school dance and Riley doesn't have a date. The one boy that she would like to ask her though is Johnny, a member of her baseball team, but she just can't seem to get him to notice her. Being her first school dance, and wanting to impress Johnny, Riley tries to convince her dad to let her get a complete makeover, but when he decides to take her to One-Cut Wally, she gives Fleemco a call to replace Wally with a high-class professional hairstylist.

      Skate-Gate: When the Pleasant Hills mayor starts to make rules that take away Todd's chances to skateboard however he wants, and even tears down the skate park, Todd decides to call Fleemco to replace the old mayor with a professional skater. But when the new mayor starts forcing everyone to skateboard and carries the skateboarding thing too far for even Todd, he tries to find a way to put everything back together again.moreless
    • The Insecurity Guard: After being threatened by a bully, Todd calls Fleemco to replace the school's not-so-helpful security guard with a giant robot who's only goal is to protect Todd. Quiet Riot: Todd and Riley replace the school's librarian with a heavy metal rocker.
    • 9/16/06
      The Truth Hurts: Riley is excited about her new job as a reporter on the school newspaper and can't wait to get started. Her excitement soon turns to frustration though leading her to call Fleemco when the head of the newspaper will not let her write hard-hitting stories like she wants to. But when Riley's stories start to embarrass her friends and family, she decides that she would rather be a good friend and sister than a reporter. Jumping Mad: Feeling that her dad's stunts are not safe enough because his stunt coordinator doesn't take as many precautions as he should, Riley replaces the old stunt coordinator known as Uncle Phil with a physics professor. But what seemed like a good idea to keep Dick safe soon starts hurting his stunts because they are too safe. Can Riley convince Uncle Phil to come back to work for her dad and fix the problem that she has created?moreless
    • The Majestic Horse: Riley tries to fulfill her dream of owning a horse of her very own after seeing another Thunderbolt movie. When Dick gets a mule called Prince Cinnamon Boots from Sloan Stone, Riley has Fleemco replace it with the actual Thunderbolt.

      Carnie Dearest: After replacing the carnival manager with a street gambler, Todd comes to the conclusion that life would be better if he ran away with a carnival. Soon, he finds out why Agent K wouldn't let him go to a carnival.moreless
    • Days of Blunder: Todd tries to get Dick Daring to help him build a soapbox racer. Cheer Pressure: Riley replaces the cheerleading coach after failing to make the team.
    • Going Overboard: While Dick and Agent K are preparing to spend the night out at a stuntman award show, Todd and Riley learn that they will be spending the night with their least favorite babysitter ever, Ms. Howitzer. In order to stop this, Riley and Todd call on Fleemco for help which comes in the form of Cap'n Splatter, a kid's TV show host. Though when the Cap'n starts destroying the house, Todd and Riley start to have second thoughts about ever replacing Ms. Howitzer. Riley's Birthday: Riley's big birthday of turning 13 is coming up and she can't help but worry that Dick and Agent K are not going to throw her a huge party. Trying not to disappoint though, Agent K takes it upon herself to make sure that this birthday be Riley's best one ever by getting something or someone extra special to be there like superstar Dustin Dreamlake, Riley's idol.moreless
    • 10/14/06
      The Halloween special for The Replacements. Will Todd and Riley get more then they can handle for Halloween? Todd and Riley want to replace their neighbors. Todd wants to win a contest and Riley wants to get candy instead of pennies. When Todd and Riley want to return their neighbors, Conrad tells them that they never left and that they didn't want to get replaced and after they're scared when their "neighbors" turn everyone into zombies with their candy.moreless
    • German Squirmin': Todd is flunking German. To go to a new international family restaurant and arcade called the Fun-O-Sphere, Todd replaces his German teacher with someone who ONLY speaks German by Parent Teacher night.

      The Means Justify the Trend: Riley has the school trend-setter Heather Hartley replaced by someone not as hip. However, Heather's replacement is someone Riley least expects....herself.moreless
    • 11/18/06
      Davey Hunkerhoff: Riley decides it best to replace a dorky lifeguard with a major hunk. (Special Guest Star Zac Efron)

      Ratted Out: Riley accidentally lets Todd's pet rat loose.
    • 12/2/06
      Zoo or False:When Riley gets upset about the mistreatment of the animals at the town zoo, she has the zookeeper replaced by a hippie who frees the animals.

      Master Pho: Todd replaces his karate teacher with a master to help him take on the school bully.
    • Running From Office: Todd and Riley run against each other for student council. Best Friends for Never: Best friends Riley and Tasumi solve a problem between each other in the wrestling ring.
    • 1/6/07
      Fiddlin' Around: While at the music store shopping for a new instrument for Todd, Riley convinces Dick and Agent K to let her buy a violin. K, a classically trained violinist herself, sets Riley up with her old violin instructor who tries to teach Riley to play classically, but the problem is that Riley really wants to play the violin like her idol Susie May, a country fiddlin' superstar. This, of course, creates problems eventually leading to Riley calling Fleemco to replace the violin instructor with Susie May. In the end though, will letting K down be more important to Riley than getting the chance to play the fiddle the way that she dreams of?

      Field Trippin: Todd and Riley, accompanied by a few of their classmates, go on a fieldtrip to an ancient archaeological site famous for it's 'supposed' treasure hidden somewhere on the grounds that has yet to be found. Todd is convinced to find it and while Riley is not completely against the idea, she prefers to go about it using her maps and knowledge of the past. But, Todd and Riley both find it hard to do any treasure hunting because of their uptight chaperone that won't let them do anything, so they decide to have him replaced with an avid treasure hunter who just might let them get away with a little too much.moreless
    • 2/3/07
      Boyzroq: Reluctantly forced to join the boy's choir at school after being overheard singing in the shower by Agent K and Dick Daring, Todd tries everything to get out. After the constant teasing from other people because he joined the choir, Todd finally calls Fleemco and has the old choir director replaced with a "hip" new one. But when this new manager of their choir, now named Boyzroq, changes everything about them even to the point of having them lip-synch, Todd decides that if it's not real, it's not worth the fame that comes with it.

      Ball Hogs: Todd wins two tickets to a sure-to-be-historical football game and decides to take Acabo because he has snack money. Later at the football game and having a fun time, a football comes flying from the playing field that was thrown by Carson Palmer to win the game and hits Todd in the nose which Acabo then later claims that he caught. A fight then ensues between Todd and Acabo over whose the valuable football is almost ruining their friendship.moreless
    • 6/16/07
      See Dick Run: Dick puts on a lot of weight so Todd and Riley try to make their dad fit for a competition.

      iTodd: Todd is online too much and Riley tries to do everything she can to get Todd off.
    • 6/30/07
      The Perfect Date: Johnny Histwell asks Riley out on a date. To make her date perfect, Agent K and Dick Daring have Todd call Fleemco to replace the wait staff at Le Petite Fromage with the best waiters in the world. When the waiters are a no-show, the entire family fills in wearing disguises.

      Serfs Up: Todd dreams he is back in the Middle Ages with Riley as the evil princess. He and Prince Cinnamon Boots plot to overthrow her even if he gets help from Fleemlin the magician.moreless
    • The Frog Prince: Riley becomes worried when she hears that Sheldon has an imaginary girlfriend and decides that the best thing to do would be to replace his imaginary girlfriend with a real one that happens to be a celebrity. But when Sheldon ends up not liking the responsibilities and attachments that come with having a real girlfriend, he asks Riley to help him break up with her. (Special Guest Star Miley Cyrus)

      Show Place Like Nome: When Principal Cutler won't close down the school during a blizzard, Riley replaces him with a Tobagonian who has never seen snow before. But when the new principal closes school down for too long, Todd and Riley try to come up with a plan to get the new principal to like snow.moreless
    • 7/28/07
      A Daring Romance: Riley has Uncle Phil replace again. This time, he needs someone to help Dick Daring with his romance with Agent K. Maid for K: In order to give their mother vacation, Todd and Riley replace Agent K with a housekeeper who is a neat freak.
    • 8/11/07
      Abra Dabra: Todd and Riley each enter the school parent-child talent competition.

      Kumquat Day: Riley's super-sappy love letter to Johnny Hitswell accidentally gets sent in the mail.
    • London Calling
      Episode 20
      K's father arrives to take C.A.R. back to Britain with him so that he can do edcuating at the Royal Spy Academy. Todd and Riley then go to Britain to get C.A.R. back. Soon, they stumble upon a plot to steal the Spyclopedia. When it is stolen, it would take the entire family to reclaim the Spyclopedia.moreless
    • 10/29/07
      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
  • Season 2