The Replacements

Season 1 Episode 9

German Squirmin' / The Means Justify the Trend

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Nov 04, 2006 on Disney Channel
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German Squirmin' / The Means Justify the Trend
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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

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  • one of The funniest episodes of the series

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    OMG how can I explain these episodes. Especially The means justify the trend, it was freakin hilarious. In German Squirming, Todd wants to see the greatest amusement park that man has ever known, the Fun o sphere. The only way to get in is to get good grades for Dick and Agent K. But he's flunking German language. In an attempt to get in, he replaces his former German teacher and replaces him with a guy who only speaks German. Not knowing what he is saying, Todd deciphers that he's doing great, while the German person is saying that he's bad. For that he makes it in to the Fun o sphere, but is tempted to do German, especially when Todd has to fix the amusement park with instructions that were only German. Now knowing that he doesn't do well in German class, he stuck with it.

    Overall- A awesome episode Dan, probably one of your best episodes. Many parts are funny. So to everyone, it's a must see.



    In The means justify the trend, Riley sees all of the girls dressing up like this great model. Everyone is dressing up like her and admiring her, even Sheldon!!!! lol. Riley annoyed with this, she replaces the trendy model girl with herself!!!! Riley now became the model everyone girl wants to be. When she was that, (this is where the funny begins) everybody wants to dress like her, be like her, and admire her. Every girl was around her and were adoring her. Riley's plan backfired. Even if her style was really bad, the girls will still dress like her! Even if making a speech, the girls will do it too. Riley eventually replaces her back and now the girls learned a lesson. Good job Riley!

    Overall- the funniest episode yet. Riley is so freakin hillarious in this episode. Really a must see to anybody, even those who aren't fans.moreless

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Todd: Dad, meet my German teacher (reads name tag) "Herr Doofentänzer."

    • Dick Daring: (Excitedly Looking at a Stuffed Elephant In the Claw Machine) Oh! I'm getting that Elly-phant! Look out below! Easy... Easy... Got it! Now it's just a simple matter of gently lifting it up, and... (The Elephant Falls from the Claw's Grasp) NOOOOOOO! OH, WHY?! WHY DO YOU MOCK ME, ELLY-PHANT?! WHYYYYYYY?!?!

    • Riley: My teacher's say I'm the most consistently slightly above average student they've ever had!

    • Jacobo: (Looks at Todd and Shelton's Video Game) Who picked Princess Cuddlebug?
      Shelton: She wields the power of love! (Then, Weakly) Which was no match for the doom ray.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Slovakia: February 14, 2010 on STV1

    • The name of Todd's new German teacher (Herr Doofentänzer) translates out to "Mr. Dumb Dancer."

    • Fleemco Replacement Info:

      German Squirmin': Mr. Paul joins a German Dance group.
      Mr. Paul's Replacement: The German dancer Herr Doofentänzer.

      The Means Justify the Trend: Heather Hartley is hired to be in a reality show called Volcano Island.
      Heather Hartley's Replacement: Riley herself.

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • A Hard Day's Night

      The scene in which Todd and Riley are being chased by the school-girls and their attempts at evading them are a reference to a similar scene in the Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night.

    • "Thriller"

      The dance that Riley does in the street is similar to the dance from Michael Jackson's "Thriller", with Buzz being the guy who laughs evilly at the end.

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