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Season 1 (2006 2007) American Broadcasting Company September 9, 2006 and April 14, 2007

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Written by Storyboard by Original air date

USA

102 102 "Todd Strikes Out"
"The Jerky Girls"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Katherine Butler

Fred Gonzales

Brandon Kruse

September 16, 2006
Todd and Riley decide to replace their old baseball coach with a new one that just happens to be a professional baseball player. However, their “new” baseball coach just acts too rough with them and their teammates.
Riley replaces her strict scout leader with someone who will help them sell more jerky than their rival scout troop led by Sierra.

Guest Starring: Mindy Sterling

101 101 "CindeRiley"
"Skate-Gate"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton Bernie Petterson

Broni Likomanov

September 9, 2006
To impress Johnny Hitswell, Riley replaces a one-cut hairdresser with one that will give her a complete makeover for the school dance.

Series Premiere


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.

Series Premiere

103 103 "The Insecurity Guard"
"Quiet Riot"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Tom Krajewski

Rudi Berden

Fred Osmond

September 23, 2006
After being beaten up by a bully named Donny Rottweiler, Todd replaces the school's not-so-helpful security guard with a security robot that gives Todd a bad reputation.
Todd replaces the librarian with a rock star at the same time their semester projects are due.
104 104 "The Truth Hurts"
"Jumping Mad"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Jack Thomas

Aldin Baroza

Luke Cormican

September 30, 2006
Riley's school journalism career takes a turn when she replaces her teacher with someone who encourages her to embarrass her family and friends.
Riley replaces her dad's stunt coordinator with a physics scientist in order to make his career safer.
105 105 "The Majestic Horse"
"Carnie Dearest"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Katherine Butler

Broni Likomanov

Bernie Petterson

October 7, 2006
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.
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.
107 107 "Days of Blunder"
"Cheer Pressure"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Katherine Butler

Rudi Berden

Aldin Baroza

November 11, 2006
Todd and Dick build a go-kart together for an upcoming race. When Dick is terrible at it, Todd has him temporarily replaced with an ace mechanic.
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.
108 108 "Going Overboard"
"Riley's Birthday"
Kevin D. Campbell

Jack Thomas

Fred Gonzales

Aaron Rozenfeld

November 18, 2006
Todd and Riley replace their unfun babysitter with an educational TV show host, who has no respect for the Daring home.
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.
106 106 "Halloween Spirits" Scott Peterson & Jack Thomas Luke Cormican & Fred Osmond October 28, 2006
When Riley and Todd learn that a call to Fleemco did not replace their neighbors the Kelpmans (voiced by Chip Chinery and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn), they fear that their neighbors had turned into zombies and plan to do the same to trick-or-treaters.

Note: This is the first half-hour episode.

109 109 "German Squirmin'"
"The Means Justify the Trend"
Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Danielle Koenig

Dave Williams

Fred Gonzales & Darren McGowan

December 2, 2006
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.
Riley replaces cover girl and trend-setter Heather Hartley with an average girl, which happens to be herself.
110 110 "Davey Hunkerhoff"
"Ratted Out"
Jonathan M. Howard

Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Broni Likomanov

Bernie Petterson

December 9, 2006
To impress Johnny Hitswell at the pool, Riley replaces the older pool lifeguard with a hunk (voiced by Zac Efron).
Riley accidentally lets Todd's pet rat loose and replaces it with a new one.
111 111 "Master Pho"
"Zoo or False?"
Jonathan M. Howard

Cynthia True

Fred Gonzales

Dave Williams

January 13, 2007
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.
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.
112 112 "Best Friends For-Never?"
"Running From Office"
Annie Sertich

Jonathan M. Howard

Fred Osmond

Luke Cormican

January 27, 2007
Riley and Tasumi resort to wrestling to solve their friendship issues after Todd replaces the guidance counselor with a professional wrestler.
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.
114 114 "Fieldtrippin'"
"Fiddling Around"
Story by : Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Teleplay by : Tim Madison Katherine Butler

Luke Cormican

Fred Osmond & Darin McGowan

April 14, 2007
Todd and Riley replace the uptight archaeology park owner with a treasure hunter who helps them discover a lost treasure.

Series Finale


To be a country fiddler, Riley replaces her classical violin teacher with her idol, Susie May.

Series Finale

113 113 "Boyzroq!"
"Ball Hogs"
Katherine Butler

Devin Bunje & Nick Stanton

Fred Gonzales

Dave Williams

March 24, 2007
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.
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.
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