Disney's The Replacements
In `Todd Strikes Out', Todd and Riley replace their baseball coach with a professional player. In `The Jerky Girls', Riley replaces her scout leader with a less strict one so she can win a competition.
In `Cinder-Riley', Riley doesn't have a partner for the school dance, so gets a makeover to persuade baseball player Johnny to ask her for a date. In `Skate-Gate', Todd fights the anti-skateboarding mayor.
In `The Insecurity Guard', Todd replaces the school bully with a robot dedicated to protecting him. In `Quiet Riot', Todd and Riley replace the school librarian with a heavy metal rocker, who's very noisy.
In `The Truth Hurts', Riley gets a job as a reporter, but begins to doubt her ambition when her hard-hitting stories upset family and friends, and in `Jumping Mad', Riley replaces Dad's stunt co-ordinator, but it spoils his act.
Riley wants a horse, but Dad gives her a donkey; Todd runs away with the carnival.
Todd wants his dad's help building a Soapbox racer; Riley does not make the cheerleading squad and replaces the coach.
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