History FreakyFridayFlip / WesternAnimation

28th Jan '17 6:22:24 PM kablammin45
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** "Which Is Which", a season 10 episode, sees this happening to Timmy and Chloe.



* 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. Adding to the hilarity is that no one seems to notice that they've become one of the other characters, Fred thinks everyone's being ridiculous when they're telling him that he is now his pet Snorkasaurus.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', "Monster Fred", 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. Adding to the hilarity is that no one seems to notice that they've become one of the other characters, Fred thinks everyone's being ridiculous when they're telling him that he is now his pet Snorkasaurus.


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* One episode late in the run of ''WesternAnimation/RoliePolieOlie'', "Big Babies", has an accident with one of Mr. Polie's inventions result in Olie himself swapping bodies with his pet dog Spot and babies Coochie and Coo swapping with Mr. and Mrs. Polie. HilarityEnsues.
27th Jan '17 11:28:21 PM erforce
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* The ''[[Film/TheToxicAvenger Toxic Crusaders]]'' episode "That's No Villain, That's My Mom" had Toxie's Mom switch minds with the series' main villain Dr. Killemoff.

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* The ''[[Film/TheToxicAvenger Toxic Crusaders]]'' ''WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders'' episode "That's No Villain, That's My Mom" had Toxie's Mom switch minds with the series' main villain Dr. Killemoff.
23rd Jan '17 4:19:22 PM KagSwirby
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** Played straight in the episodes "Presto-Change-Oh", which involves a body-swapping joy buzzer, and "Manic Mom Day," in which Timmy switches bodies with his mother.

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** Played straight in the episodes "Presto-Change-Oh", "Presto-Change-O", which involves a body-swapping joy buzzer, and "Manic Mom Day," in which Timmy switches bodies with his mother.
23rd Jan '17 4:18:47 PM KagSwirby
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** And played straight in the episode "Manic Mom Day," where Timmy switches lives with his mother.
** In "A Mile In My Pants", Timmy becomes a fairy and his godparents become colour-coded versions of him.

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** And played Played straight in the episode episodes "Presto-Change-Oh", which involves a body-swapping joy buzzer, and "Manic Mom Day," where in which Timmy switches lives bodies with his mother.
** In "A Mile In My Pants", Shoes", Timmy becomes a fairy and his godparents become colour-coded versions of him.
3rd Jan '17 7:59:17 PM Luppercus
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' episode "Cat's Got Your Brain"; the aliens switch Shaun's brain with Pidsley the cat. HilarityEnsues.
18th Nov '16 10:00:10 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' has this happen to Lilo with Stitch, Gantu with Hamsterviel, and Jumba with Pleakly for most of the episode. Toward the end, the heroes are ''re-''swapped in a four-way switch. Everyone kept their original voice, but it probably would have been a little odd to hear Lilo's/Jumba's words in Stitch's voice anyway (Stitch is just a step away from TheUnintelligible.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' has this happen to Lilo with Stitch, Gantu with Hamsterviel, Hämsterviel, and Jumba with Pleakly Pleakley for most of the episode.episode "Swapper", thanks to the [[MonsterOfTheWeek title experiment of the episode]] (Experiment 355). Toward the end, the heroes are ''re-''swapped in a four-way switch. Everyone kept their original voice, but it probably would have been a little odd to hear Lilo's/Jumba's words in Stitch's nasally voice anyway (Stitch is just a step away from TheUnintelligible.)TheUnintelligible).
2nd Oct '16 9:24:11 PM MagnusForce
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', [[MadScientist Heloise]] does this to Beezy and Cerbee after they ruin her private picnic with Jimmy. At the end of the episode, Jimmy and Heloise have switched bodies, which she refuses to fix until they have that picnic.

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* In an the ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', [[MadScientist Heloise]] "Monster Mutt", Heloise does this to Beezy and Cerbee after they ruin her private picnic with Jimmy. At the end of the episode, Jimmy and Heloise have switched bodies, which she refuses to fix until they have that picnic.



* In one of the new episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' the Professor perfects a mind-switching machine, only to discover that the "brain immune response" making it impossible for a given pair of bodies to swap more than once. Soon the entire cast is switching bodies for various reasons (reliving one's youth, showing up one's girlfriend, stealing the crown of the Robo-Hungarian emperor, etc.), and confusing HilarityEnsues.

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* In one of the new Comedy Central episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' the Professor perfects a mind-switching machine, only to discover that the "brain immune response" making it impossible for a given pair of bodies to swap more than once. Soon the entire cast is switching bodies for various reasons (reliving one's youth, showing up one's girlfriend, stealing the crown of the Robo-Hungarian emperor, etc.), and confusing HilarityEnsues.
24th Sep '16 8:10:40 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''[[Film/TheToxicAvenger Toxic Crusaders]]'' episode "That's No Villain, That's My Mom" had Toxie's Mom switch minds with the series' main villain Dr. killemoff.

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* The ''[[Film/TheToxicAvenger Toxic Crusaders]]'' episode "That's No Villain, That's My Mom" had Toxie's Mom switch minds with the series' main villain Dr. killemoff.Killemoff.
24th Sep '16 8:08:12 AM CaptainTedium
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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.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has an episode called "Switched" 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.



* ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has a double adult/child switch, swapping Darkwing with Gosalyn and Launchpad with Honker. In addition to trading voices, the switched characters also trade eye shape and color.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has a double adult/child switch, switch in "Trading Faces", swapping Darkwing with Gosalyn and Launchpad with Honker. In addition to trading voices, the switched characters also trade eye shape and color.



* An episode of the original ''{{WesternAnimation/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987}}'' has Splinter and the Shredder swapping brains. It features Splinter-in-Shredder's-body fooling Krang's brain-scanning machine by thinking, "I am Shredder. I am Shredder."

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* An "The Old Switcheroo", an episode of the original ''{{WesternAnimation/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987}}'' has Splinter and the Shredder swapping brains. It features Splinter-in-Shredder's-body fooling Krang's brain-scanning machine by thinking, "I am Shredder. I am Shredder."



** Don't forget the episode where Raphael switches with a ''taxi driver''. An unusual one, it reverses most of the sub-tropes, in that everybody ''else'' knows that they've switched bodies, but Raphael and the taxi driver are unable to acknowledge this fact. Also the body's retained their muscle memories, so Raphael could no longer do ninjutsu but could drive insanely well.

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** Don't forget the episode where Another episode, called "Raphael Drives 'Em Wild", had Raphael switches switch with a ''taxi driver''. An unusual one, it reverses most of the sub-tropes, in that everybody ''else'' knows that they've switched bodies, but Raphael and the taxi driver are unable to acknowledge this fact. Also the body's retained their muscle memories, so Raphael could no longer do ninjutsu but could drive insanely well.


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* The ''[[Film/TheToxicAvenger Toxic Crusaders]]'' episode "That's No Villain, That's My Mom" had Toxie's Mom switch minds with the series' main villain Dr. killemoff.
11th Sep '16 5:04:58 PM foxley
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* ''WesternAnimation/CampLakebottom'': In "Being [=McGee=]", a cursed amulet causes [=McGee=] and Buttsquat to swap bodies.
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