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Irreplaceable (2009)

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Series Finale: Todd and Riley come home early from school to find out that their parents have been replaced with two "perfect" parents. Todd and Riley think Conrad is out to get them, so they go with Tasumi, Shelton, Jacobo,and C.A.R. to Fleemco Headquarters to find out why. They soon find out that Doctor Skorpius has kidnapped Dick, K and Conrad and has taken over the company! They defeat Doctor Skorpius and Todd finds out that Conrad is really their uncle. In the end, Riley and Todd start helping to run the business.

Note #1: Also, Riley mentions Dick's first name for the first time, without calling him "dad."

Note #2: This episode marks the final apprence of Todd, Riley, Dick, K, Prince Cinnamonboots, C.A.R., Tasumi, Jacobo, Shelton, Buzz, and Conrad Fleem. Conrad Fleem is Todd and Riley's uncle.

Note #3: This episode marks the first appearance of Mr. Fleemco.

Note #4: C.A.R. said "Daisy" when he died. This is a reference to the death of the computer HAL.
Note #5: When the kids were going to save Dick and K, along the way, the last lyric of the Replacements theme is said.

Error: The third part of this episode repeats over the second part. This mistake happened at the end of 2009.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of The Replacements episodes", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.