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17th Sep '17 11:36:42 AM Lanes17B
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has the episode, "the Algae's Always Greener" in which Plankton, tired of always failing to steal the Kraby Patty secret ingredient, creates a device that allows him to go into a world where he owns the Krusty Krab. He decides to go back to his own world when he sees all the nonsense Krabs has to deal with everyday to keep the restaurant afloat.
-->'''Plankton:''' It's not worth it! It's not worth IT!! Goodbye everyone, I'll remember you in therapy.
-->''Goes back to his own world''
12th Sep '17 9:25:58 AM CosmicFerret
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* An episode of ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' entitled "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HINrM_Y8kEk The Great Brain Robbery]]" has TheFlash and ComicBook/LexLuthor swapping bodies, but [[VoicesAreMental not voices]]. This is an ActorAllusion, as Creator/MichaelRosenbaum, who voices the Flash (and thus plays Luthor for most of the episode) happened to play Lex Luthor in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''.

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* An episode of ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' entitled "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HINrM_Y8kEk The Great Brain Robbery]]" has TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash and ComicBook/LexLuthor swapping bodies, but [[VoicesAreMental not voices]]. This is an ActorAllusion, as Creator/MichaelRosenbaum, who voices the Flash (and thus plays Luthor for most of the episode) happened to play Lex Luthor in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''.
11th Aug '17 5:36:59 PM TonyG
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* In the WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon "Hot Crossed Bunny", a scientist plans to switch the mind of a chicken into an experimental rabbit (guess who). In the end, Bugs tricks the scientist into swapping minds with the chicken instead.
2nd Aug '17 5:45:52 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'': The episode "The Switch" does this with AP and Princess War Tickle, thanks to an artifact called the Sphere of Transference. AP is overjoyed to get a full body gain while War Tickle is furious with her new form. Fortunately, it happens that War Tickle owns a second Sphere on Transference, but the problem is a villain is trying to find it to steal War Tickle's body (and her powers).
10th Jul '17 5:03:19 PM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/ZigAndSharko'': In "Me, Myself and I", after a mishap with an electric eel, Zig and Sharko exchange minds. Zig-in-Sharko naturally tries to take advantage of it to eat Marina, while Sharko-in-Zig attempts to stop him. Being now the physical underdog, he quickly opts for aiming at reverting the switch with the electric eel; several more mind exchanges happen before the eel is too drained to keep it on (at which point they're back in their respective bodies).
7th May '17 5:06:58 PM WillKeaton
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' Tina [[BlatantLies faithfully recounts]] her grade's Mother's Day performance for the sick, and thus unable to attend, Linda. It was a blatant rip-off of ''Film/AlienS'', except Sigourney Weaver's character (named Sigourney) and the alien queen become envious of each other's positions and due to a [[NegativeSpaceWedgie spatial anomaly]] they switch bodies/costumes.
22nd Apr '17 1:17:18 AM Golondrina
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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.

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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 Creator/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.
22nd Mar '17 9:59:49 AM Morgenthaler
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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.

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* ''TransformersRescueBots'' ''WesternAnimation/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.
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.
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