!![[WesternAnimation/TheReplacements The Animated Series]]
* CrossDressingVoices: Todd is voiced by Creator/NancyCartwright.
* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Todd and Riley only got their parents replaced, then an executive suggested that they should have the ability to replace other adults too.
* FakeBrit: Agent K is voiced by Kath Soucie, not [[MyLifeAsATeenageRobot Moira "Brit" Quirk.]] Remember that.
* HeyItsThatGuy:
** Hey, isn't that [[Film/IronMan Happy Hogan]] kicking the shit out of Martel?
** [[Film/TheMatrix Neo]] is taking a break from saving the world to play football.
** Why's [[{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]] coaching a football team?
* HeyItsThatVoice: [[AllStarCast And how]]!
** Riley is Music/GreyDeLisle ([[WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom Sam Manson]] and [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents "Icky" Vicky]]).
** Dick Daring is DaranNorris ([[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents Cosmo]] and [[NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide Gordy]]).
** Agent K is Creator/KathSoucie.
** Tasumi is [[WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor Numbuh]] [[LaurenTom 3]]
** Shelton is Creator/JeffBennett
** Jacobo is Creator/CandiMilo.
** Johnny is Creator/DeeBradleyBaker.
** Sierra is Creator/TaraStrong.
** Todd is [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart]] [[Creator/NancyCartwright Simpson]].
** And C.A.R. is [[{{NCIS}} Ducky]].
** Also, [[Film/HarryPotter Ginny Weasley]] takes part-time classes at a spy school when not studying magic.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Before being pitched to Disney as a TV series, creator Dan Santat was going to make a children's book about a kid fed up with his parents' rules that comes across the same ad and replaces his parents with a Mexican wrestler and a cow girl; only to return them after realizing why his original parents had those rules in the first place.

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!![[Music/TheReplacements The Band]]
* FanNickname: The Mats. Allegedly, a drunken Paul Westerberg misread his band's name and demanded to know who the "Mats" were.
* NamesTheSame: "Red Red Wine" is not the same as the UB40 song.
* OldShame: Shockingly, Westerberg considers "Unsatisfied" to be one of these, claiming that it was "just the drugs wearing off". Many Replacements fans cite the song as the greatest ever committed to record.