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7th Aug '16 11:34:09 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* ''TransformersRescueBots'' has an episode where most of the main cast gets swapped around due to [[AppliedPhlebotinum particles in space from a meteor combining with a crystal on the group's ship]]. Exact pairs are Kade/Heatwave, Dani/Blades, Cody/Boulder (Graham was not involved in the swap at all, much to his relief), Chase/Frankie and Chief Burns/Doctor Green; naturally HilarityEnsues. VoicesAreMental is utterly averted as the whole episode idea came from the characters' voice actors pretending to be each other so they have every aspect of each other's characters down pat.
6th Aug '16 1:52:17 PM DVB
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' switches Starfire and Raven. The voices switch in this version too, but the reason is apparently not due to appeasing children; Creator/HyndenWalch and TaraStrong were apparently able to duplicate one another's voices for their respective characters so well, the producers thought it would be pointless to continue having them voice one another's characters.
** Also implements HowDoIShotWeb; Starfire has to bare her emotions to the world in order to use her powers, while Raven has to suppress her emotions just to keep her powers under control. HilarityEnsues as they struggle to adjust.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has an episode which switches Starfire and Raven. The voices switch in this version too, but the reason is apparently not due to appeasing children; Creator/HyndenWalch and TaraStrong were apparently able to duplicate one another's voices for their respective characters so well, the producers thought it would be pointless to continue having them voice one another's characters.
** Also implements HowDoIShotWeb; Starfire has to bare her Starfire's race openly display their emotions to the world in order to use her powers, their powers (such as joy for flight or righteous fury for starbolts) while Raven has to suppress her emotions just to keep her powers under control. HilarityEnsues as they struggle to adjust.adjust while having to stop the Puppet King, who has trapped the other Titans' souls in puppets and using the empty bodies as weapons (the souls of Starfire and Raven got switched due to interference).
24th Jun '16 1:21:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* Happens in an episode of ''ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', where the main hero and villain switch places so that the villain could steal all the treasures. To make things slightly more interesting their reflections also switch and they don't switch voices.

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* Happens in an episode of ''ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', where the main hero and villain switch places so that the villain could steal all the treasures. To make things slightly more interesting their reflections also switch and they don't switch voices.
23rd Jun '16 5:03:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''BountyHamster'' episode "Trading Spaces" is full of body-swaps. A criminal steals a body-swapping device and [[GrandTheftMe uses it to go joy riding in other people's bodies]]. Highlights include a human teenage girl stuck in the body of an alien resembling a humanoid rhino, a body-swap conga line with over half a dozen body-swaps in a row and the criminal, teenage girl and the titular hamster bounty hunter all being stuck together in the same body, where they try to beat each other up. The insanity ends with the criminal's mind trapped inside of a cactus.

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* The ''BountyHamster'' ''WesternAnimation/BountyHamster'' episode "Trading Spaces" is full of body-swaps. A criminal steals a body-swapping device and [[GrandTheftMe uses it to go joy riding in other people's bodies]]. Highlights include a human teenage girl stuck in the body of an alien resembling a humanoid rhino, a body-swap conga line with over half a dozen body-swaps in a row and the criminal, teenage girl and the titular hamster bounty hunter all being stuck together in the same body, where they try to beat each other up. The insanity ends with the criminal's mind trapped inside of a cactus.
17th Jun '16 5:49:02 AM 32_Footsteps
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* Happens in the 'WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'' episode "Far-Out Friday", only they doesn't realize they had switched bodies until just before they switch back. They don't call them two ''[[DogsAreDumb stupid]]'' dogs for nothing.

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* Happens in the 'WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'' ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'' episode "Far-Out Friday", only they doesn't realize they had switched bodies until just before they switch back. They don't call them two ''[[DogsAreDumb stupid]]'' dogs for nothing.
25th May '16 8:32:36 PM kablammin45
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** The later episode "Mind Share" involves Phineas, Ferb, and their friends being tricked into switching bodies with a gaggle of aliens in an outer space prison.

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** The later episode "Mind Share" involves Phineas, Ferb, and their friends being tricked into switching bodies with a gaggle of aliens in an outer space prison. It wound up becoming a race against time to get everyone back in their respective bodies before the only method to switch them back was eliminated. Fortunately, Candace came to the kids' rescue with the help of some square-dancers. (ItMakesSenseInContext, obviously.)



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' does this.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' does this. The method is via a mad scientist's so-called "Personality Swapper", but the episode plays out like this trope. (Complete with VoicesAreMental in effect.) Long story short, Barney inadvertently takes an injured Fred (with Dino in tow) to a mad scientist's lab, who immediately switches Fred and Dino around. HilarityEnsues for the rest of the episode with more switches occurring. First with Fred and Barney, then the husbands with their respective wives, then Dino with the mad scientist's assistant before everyone is finally restored to normal...except for the mad scientist who now thinks he's Fred.
8th Mar '16 1:25:54 PM CaptainTedium
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* Happens in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'', only they doesn't realize they had switched bodies until just before they switch back. They don't call them two ''[[DogsAreDumb stupid]]'' dogs for nothing.

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* Happens in one the 'WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'' episode of ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'', "Far-Out Friday", only they doesn't realize they had switched bodies until just before they switch back. They don't call them two ''[[DogsAreDumb stupid]]'' dogs for nothing.
3rd Feb '16 11:59:30 AM MeerkatMario
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* The ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' episode "There's A Penfold In My Suit" has the country of [[Ruritania Bratyslovakia]] having been displaced on the map due to a mystic "swapping stone" hidden within an archway in the country. It causes Danger Mouse and Penfold to switch bodies, then Greenback and Stiletto to switch, and then during a chase, everyone gets switched around.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' episode "There's A Penfold In My Suit" has the country of [[Ruritania [[{{Ruritania}} Bratyslovakia]] having been being displaced on the map due to a mystic "swapping stone" hidden within an archway in the country. It causes Danger Mouse and Penfold to switch bodies, then Greenback and Stiletto to switch, and then during a chase, everyone gets switched around.


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* ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'' pulls this off twice:
** In "Witch Switch", Sabrina switches lives with Gem after finding out that the latter has a free life, unlike her. As a result, Sabrina becomes part of the Stone family, and vice versa. However, she starts trying to find a way to reverse the spell after realizing how much things bother her with her new life, and not just that, but ''Gem is now a witch and has magical powers''.
** In "Generation Zap", Sabrina accidentally switches places with Enchantra thanks to a magical wish crystal. Luckily, it's only effective for exactly 24 hours, but [[spoiler: Enchantra's servant Stabbenback soon finds out and plans to make the spell permanent]].
2nd Feb '16 4:30:25 AM MeerkatMario
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** In "A Mile In My Pants", Timmy becomes a fairy and his godparents become colour-coded versions of him.
19th Jan '16 6:27:40 PM kablammin45
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** The later episode "Mind Share" involves Phineas, Ferb, and their friends being tricked into switching bodies with a gaggle of aliens in an outer space prison.
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