|Also known as||Disney's Teamo Supremo|
|Created by||Phil Walsh|
|Directed by||Joe Horne|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||76|
|Executive producer(s)||Phil Walsh|
|Running time||11 minutes (regular episodes only)|
22 minutes ("Play It Again Songstress!" and "The Mark of Comrade Z")
|Production company(s)||Walt Disney Television Animation|
|Distributor||Buena Vista Television|
|Picture format||720p (HDTV) 5:3|
|Original release||ABC run:|
January 19, 2002 – May 31, 2003[nb 1]
Toon Disney run:
August 25, 2002 –
August 17, 2004
Teamo Supremo is a 2002-2004 American animated television series created by Phil Walsh. Animated in the limited animation style pioneered by Jay Ward, predecessors which inspired its style, it tells of three superhero children: Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl.
The series made its broadcasting debut for ABC during Disney's One Saturday Morning on January 19, 2002, where most of its first season aired. However, it started regularly airing on Toon Disney in September of that same year, where most of its second season premiered. During the spring of 2003, about half of its second season premiered on what had been by then renamed ABC Kids. In September 2003, it was taken off ABC Kids, leaving the rest of the episodes to premiere on Toon Disney, ending its run by 2004. Thirty-nine episodes were made, with 76 total stories (most episodes had two stories slotted in its 22-minute time slot).
Kid superheroes Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl protect their unnamed city from various bad guys when called in by Governor Kevin. They take on bad guys like Baron Blitz, Madame Snake, Laser Pirate, Helius Inflato, Dehydro, Mr. Large, and other bad guys while also occasionally interacting with the other local superheroes.
- Captain Crandall / Cap (voiced by Spencer Breslin) – The leader of Teamo Supremo, who believes that he is an alien superhero from another planet. He is often addressed as "Cap" by his teammates, and his battle catchphrase is "Buh-Za!". In later episodes, Crandall's seemingly imaginary superpowers and backstory seem to actually become canon. In the finale, he experiences a sudden burst of superhuman strength and defense. Also, his skin turns purple when he gets very angry. His gadgets include a special Level 7 belt, as well as a yo-yo, marbles, a boomerang, and a shield.
- Hector Felipé Corrio / Skate Lad (voiced by Alanna Ubach) – The Hispanic member of Teamo Supremo, Hector is the state's skateboarding champion. His main gadget is a patriotic-themed jet-propelled skateboard and his catchphrase is "Chi-Ka!".
- Brenda / Rope Girl (voiced by Alanna Ubach) – The sole female member of Teamo Supremo, she has purple hair and buck teeth and speaks with a Southern drawl. Her catchphrase is "Wuh-Pa!", and her gadget is a jumprope, which she uses as a lasso when battling villains, but can also be used to transform herself, Crandall, and Hector into their heroic alter egos when all three jump rope together.
- Governor Kevin (voiced by Martin Mull) – The "groovy" governor of the unnamed state they live in. He always calls for Teamo when necessary and he sometimes has to lend excuse notes if the crime makes Teamo late for class.
- The Chief (voiced by Brian Doyle-Murray) – The unnamed chief of police, who does not take kindly to Teamo taking police matters into their own hands. He once tried to operate as a costumed superhero himself, using the code-name 'Lawman', but made a hash of it since his 'gadgets' consisted of an umbrella and an eggwhisk. The Chief also suffers from Beat Deafness.
- Mrs. Crandall (voiced by Julia Sweeney) – Crandall's human mother. He refers to her as "Earth Mom" since he thinks he is an alien. She is completely oblivious to the fact that Crandall and his friends are superheroes (or so it may seem).
- Jean Crandall (voiced by Rachel Crane) – Crandall's older human sister who is aware of his superhero career. She often gives the team advice, claiming it's necessary if she "wants to be a [career] some day".
- Mr. Paulson (voiced by Fred Willard) – The eccentric director of Level 7, a top-secret facility that makes Teamo's gadgets.
- Samantha (voiced by Kim Gillingham) – Paulson's lab assistant.
- Mrs. Woolingantz (voiced by Sydney Walsh) – Teamo's teacher who often excuses them if Governor Kevin needs them. She doesn't assign much homework, but gets angry when it isn't done.
- Action (vocal effects provided by Frank Welker) – Crandall's dog. He is sometimes called to help Teamo in certain missions, ala Ace the Bat-Hound.
- Mrs. Corrio – Hector's mother.
- The Twins – Hector's unnamed twin sisters, who often speak gibberish in unison.
- Brenda's Mom – Brenda's mother, from whom she seems to get her Southern accent.
- Barclae / Diaper Dude – Brenda's baby brother, who once helped Teamo in one of their adventures. His first spoken word was "Brenda."
- Teamo's Dads – The kids' respective fathers, but not much is known about them as they've only been seen in one episode. Crandall's dad seems to read the newspaper a lot and Hector's dad runs a skateboard shop.
- Patience (voiced by Vene L. Arcoraci) – The Chief's daughter. She has her mother's figure and her father's vocal cords.
- Mauricio the Comedian (voiced by Phil Morris) – A black comedian. He has at least twice been the target of villains seeking revenge on him.
- Tiffany Javelins / Songstress / Sally Smith – A teen singer whom Brenda idolizes. Originally worked for the Mischievous Manager, but turned good afterwards. Strangely, Toon Disney's official site for the show still labelled her as a villain.
- B. Barry Berylium – The editor-in-chief of the state's newspaper, The Stately Planet. He prefers being addressed as "Chief" over "Sir".
- Ollie Jimson (voiced by Jason Marsden) – A rookie news journalist who works for Mr. Berylium, who finds it annoying that Ollie never calls him "Chief". His name is a nod to Jimmy Olsen.
- Viva Voom – Governor Kevin's Dutch girlfriend from high school. She is now a famous actress, but still has her relationship with Kevin.
- A fellow member of the school faculty is usually the one to tell Mrs. Woolingantz that Governor Kevin needs Teamo's help. Her name was never revealed in the series, nor did she ever actually have dialogue (she always whispers to the teacher).
- Newscaster (voiced by Jeff Bennett) - The state's unnamed newsman who always pops up on TV to deliver news. His name was never revealed either.
There are other superheroes that help keep the state safe from crime:
- Mr. Gruff (voiced by Clancy Brown impersonating Mr. T) - An action hero who Teamo Supremo idolizes.
- The Silver Shield / Gordon (voiced by Robert Stack) – Crandall's grandfather who has had a Captain America-like superhero identity and fought crime during World War II. His battle cry is "Let freedom ring."
- The Dark Talon / Nick (voiced by Gary Owens) – Crandall's other grandfather who has had a Batman-like superhero identity and fought crime during World War II.
- Captain Excellent (voiced by John O'Hurley) – An old superhero whom Crandall idolizes.
- Baron Blitz (voiced by Maurice LaMarche in a German accent) – A short blue-skinned man, possibly from an alien world himself. He is known for taking control of wax statues and later on bronze statues and animatronics. Baron Blitz is from Blitzlevania.
- Technor the Mechanized Man (voiced by Jeff Bennett) – Originally invented by Paulson to be a robot psychologist, he became power-hungry. Technor often travels in his power-sucking Magna Body. A spoof of Marvel Comics villain MODOK.
- Techno-Creeps - The henchmen of Technor. Their outfits are similar to the A.I.M. Agents.
- Chopper Daddy (Jess Harnell) – A motorcycle-themed villain.
- Scooter Lad a.k.a. Snake a.k.a. Justin (voiced by Pamela Adlon) – Chopper Daddy's son who rides a scooter. He has twice tricked Teamo into believing they could trust him and his battle catchphrase is "Hoo-Ka!"
- The Birthday Bandit (voiced by Mark Hamill) – B.B. the Clown is a birthday clown gone bad who often robs birthday parties and other special occasions. He briefly changed his name to the Valentine Bandit when he kidnapped Viva Voom.
- Party Favors - Similarly-dressed henchmen of Birthday Bandit. One Party Favor is named Evelyn.
- Madame Snake (voiced by Sydney Walsh) – A femme fatale with snake-like features the ability to change her appearance, as well as an outrageously bad fashion sense.
- Toy Boys - Madame Snake's henchmen.
- Mr. Large (voiced by Edward Asner) – A stereotypical crime boss who likes large items.
- Helius Inflato (voiced by Joel Murray) – A guy who can inflate himself and fly, hence his name. He wants to build a casino in the state, but isn't allowed to.
- Cheapskate (voiced by John Kassir) – A skateboarding villain who tried to frame Hector for all his crimes.
- Laser Pirate (voiced by Tim Curry in most appearances, Jeff Bennett in "In the Beginning...") – Larry is a former colleague of Paulson. He is the only pirate that doesn't like water due to a college incident that ruined his invention. His hideout is a skyscraper that flies around (a possible homage to Monty Python's The Meaning of Life).
- Mauve-Beard - One of Laser Pirate's henchmen.
- Chartruese-Beard - One of Laser Pirate's henchmen.
- Indigo-Beard - One of Laser Pirate's henchmen.
- Hypnotheria (voiced by April Winchell) – A hypnosis-themed villain who thinks of herself as royalty and speaks of herself in the 2nd person.
- The Sinister Stylist (voiced by Sydney Walsh) – Coco Caliente is an ex-soap opera actress who had a bad hair day and ended up humiliated by TV funnyman Maurico, due to the almost constant laughter of the audience attending that year's state awards show. She has since then sworn to give bad hair to everyone and display it to the world.
- The Gauntlet (Wallace Shawn) – Crawford is formerly one of Paulson's co-workers obsessed with power. He continually wreaks havoc with a pair of powerful Gauntlets he's always able to steal.
- Fabrica (voiced by Nicole Sullivan) – A stuffed toy maker who used them to commit crimes. She once brought to life all the stuffed toys in the state including Teamo Supremo's stuffed toys.
- Dehydro (voiced by Diedrich Bader in a British accent) – A water-themed villain. He has a habit of repeating himself and repeating himself is what he does. Dehydro over-reiterates and says things too many times.
- The Mischievous Manager – She appeared as the manager of The Songstress where she used her to control all the girls in the state with Songstress' songs. Teamo Supreme managed to defeat the Mischievous Manager who is then arrested by the Chief. She later collaborated with Dr. Droid in a plot that involves a robot version of Songstress.
- Dr. Pogo (voiced by John Kassir) – A mad scientist-like villain who travels everywhere on a motorized pogo-stick (as do his three henchmen).
- Dr. 'Droid (voiced by S. Scott Bullock) – An evil scientist who plans to replace all of the State's citizens with robot look-alikes (which also attempted to replace 'Droid himself with a robot version of him).
- Mr. Vague (voiced by Gary Cole) – A rather dull bad guy with grey skin. He is never specific with what he wants to steal.
- The Put Down Artist (voiced by Barry Diamond) – A stand up comedian who use his comedic talents to insult people and commit crimes. He appears to be a parody of the Batman villain Joker.
- Hecklers (voiced by Rob Paulsen) - Three unnamed hecklers who serve as the henchmen of the Put Down Artist.
- The Tourorist (Tress MacNeille) – Frenchy Stakes is a tour guide who became disgruntled when her tour party didn't respect the monuments so she decided to steal them all.
- Dousens - The Tourorist's henchmen.
- Mirrorstar - A vain supervillain.
- Le Poodle (voiced by Jeff Bennett) – A notorious cat burglar from France.
- Big Skull (voiced by John Kassir) – An alien supervillain/real estate baron who was the mastermind behind the Cloaked Skull. His real name is pronounced by clicking your teeth together three times. He once captured most of the adult superheroes except for Captain Excellent who was attending a celebrity golf tournament at the time.
- Cloaked Skull (voiced by Joe Flaherty) – A masked villain who haunted different locations and was actually just random people controlled by Big Skull using alien technology in the masks.
- The Phony Dentist (voiced by Tim Curry) – An evil dentist who used a mind control ray on his patients to try and take over the state.
- Helga - The Phony Dentist's assistant.
- Car-Go - A criminal racer.
- Lord Druid (voiced by Mark Hamill in a British accent) – A descendant of the family that once ruled the state. He tried to change history so his family was still in control.
- Electronica (voiced by Kerri Kenney) – Polly Pixel is former video game designer who was furious over the fact that players constantly beat her games using cheat codes.
- Angler (voiced by Stephen Root) - A fisherman-themed villain. Billy Jim Dixon is a former host of the TV show "Fishin' with Billy Jim Dixon" until the show was cancelled and his fishing license revoked due to his henchmen being secretly behind his expert fishing skills that also involved hooking store-bought fish to his line. This led to him planning revenge on the state by using special lures called Smart Baits to hypnotize the state's fish to his fishing nets while plotting to corner the fish stick market.
- Fishmongers (voiced by Stephen Root and Eythann Scadron) - The henchmen of the Angler. Two of them are named Jeb and Zeke while the third one was unnamed and had no dialogue.
- Vladimir Trettiak – An old enemy from the Chief's younger days. He uses technology from Level 8, which happens to be a step up from Level 7.
- Sinister Shillelagh - A villain with good luck.
- Sloppy Joe - A messy supervillain.
- Zomnambulist - A dream-manipulating supervillain.
- Will 2 Wynn – Governor Kevin's opponent in his re-election. His real name is William Aloysius Wynn, but when Governor Kevin beat him in the election for high school class president (which according to Kevin, was the only time Wynn lost at anything), Wynn changed his name to Will 2 Wynn. Will seemed certain to win the election due to his massive campaign fund, which came from a group known as "Will's Friends". After doing some investigating in the archives, Teamo discovered that the group consisted of many of their archenemies, which caused Will to reveal his true motive. Will planned to get back at Governor Kevin for beating him, by helping every villain in the state get back at Teamo. However, Will was beaten and his criminal dealings were exposed, causing him to lose the election as it is illegal to accept campaign donations from criminals, and state law prohibits the election of anyone in jail.
- Mr. Alchemy (voiced by Xander Berkeley) - An alchemy-themed supervillain who wields an alchemy wand. He once stole Mr. Gruff's voice in order to ruin everyone's holiday season since he thought that Christmas was for people getting new things and not giving to other people. Teamo Supremo and Mr. Gruff set him straight and he undid the damages, restored Mr. Gruff's voice, and turned the ornaments on the Christmas tree to gold.
- Acolytes - The henchmen of Mr. Alchemy.
- The Sons of the Flange Brothers (voiced by Jeff Bennett and Phil Morris) – The self-explanatory sons of the acrobatic villains the Flange Brothers with some of them being cousins to each other. They can come together to form a whirlwind attack.
- DJ Despicable (voiced by Casey Kasem) – A supervillain who used to be a popular radio DJ who created a song for Teamo called "Doin' the Supremo", however, he unwittingly signed a record contract that didn't allow him to collect royalties for his song being used on the radio. Enraged by this, he changed his name to DJ Despicable and he and his henchmen, The Mikes, used a special music to hypnotize people into doing an unstoppable dance while he's on his crime spree. He was defeated by the Chief as the latter's Beat Deafness rendered him immune to D.J.'s hypnotic music.
- Barney the Bungler - A clumsy low-level villain.
- Comrade Z - A villain who is an old enemy of the Silver Shield.
- General Incompetence and Major Delays - Two inept ex-militarists.
- Libro Shushman - A librarian who turned to a life of crime.
- Dr. Minutia -
- Lo Fi (voiced by Michael McKean) – A famous musician who turned to a life of crime after the public rejected his experimental use of low frequency music, which he now uses in his crimes.
- Lavalizer – A minor villain with control of fire.
- Mean Thumb – A villain with very large thumbs.
Most of the episodes in the final two seasons did not air in production code order.
|First aired||Last aired||Network|
|1||26||January 19, 2002||May 25, 2002||ABC|
|2||37||15||September 14, 2002||May 31, 2003|
|22||August 25, 2002||August 8, 2003||Toon Disney|
|3||13||December 5, 2003||August 17, 2004|
Season 1 (2002)
The first season consisted of 26 episodes and aired on ABC.
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"In the Beginning..."||Phil Walsh||January 19, 2002||101a|
|Crandall gets together a team of superheroes (Himself, Brenda, and Hector). When they audition for the governor, he doesn't believe kids can do it. However, they prove themselves by defeating Baron Blitz and his team of wax president/zombies. When Governor Kevin accepts them, they become Captain Crandall, Rope Girl, and Skate Lad....TEAMO SUPREMO!|
|2||2||"Duly Deputized Super Agents!"||Phil Walsh||January 19, 2002||101b|
|Teamo Supremo has a hard time defeating Technor. When they meet Paulsen, a scientist, he gives them all-new-and-improved weapons, from "Level 7".|
|3||3||"And Then There Were Two..."||Ford Riley and Phil Walsh||January 26, 2002||102a|
|Skate lad becomes jealous when a new kid impresses Captain Crandall and Rope Girl but it soon takes a serious turn when he learns that he is the son of the leader of a vicious motorcycle gang called Chopper Daddy.|
|4||4||"Who Invited the Birthday Bandit?"||Barry Friedman and Phil Walsh||January 26, 2002||102b|
|Teamo Supremo must stop an evil clown called the birthday bandit from ruining parties.|
|5||5||"My Sister the Spy!"||Ford Riley, Scott Sooneborn, Phil Walsh||February 2, 2002||103a|
|Crandall's sister Jean got a locket as a present from a French boy. Meanwhile Teamo Supremo keeps trying to defeat a group of French thugs but the thugs are always one step ahead of them. Captain Crandall finds out that the locket Jean has is a walkie talkie for the thugs which lets them know what Teamo Supremo is planning.|
|6||6||"Sinister Substitute!"||Ford Riley and Phil Walsh||February 2, 2002||103b|
|An evil fashion stylist named Madame Snake disguises herself as Teamo Supremo's teacher and gives them lots of homework so they won't have time to fight.|
|7||7||"Grounded!"||Henry Gilro and Phil Walsh||February 9, 2002||104a|
|Teamo is grounded much to the dismay of Governor Kevin and lures the latest villain Mr. Large in town to Crandall's house where they ambush him.|
|8||8||"The Baron and the Baby Brother!"||Barry Friedman and Phil Walsh||February 9, 2002||104b|
|Baron Blitz returns but Skate Lad and Crandall must fight him alone as Rope Girl is taking care of her brother.|
|9||9||"The Chief's New Groove"||Jack Monaco and Phil Walsh||February 16, 2002||105a|
Tired of Teamo Supremo always being the heroes and feeling useless, the Chief goes out to become a Superhero himself.|
Title reference: The Emperor's New Groove
|10||10||"Capitol Offense!"||Henry Gilroy and Phil Walsh||February 16, 2002||105b|
|While the class learns about pirates, a real one called Laser Pirate terrorizes the state.|
|11||11||"Danger: Dirigibles!"||Kevin Campbell and Ford Riley Phil Walsh||February 22, 2002||106a|
|After Governor Kevin convinces the state legislature to veto a bill that would have allowed for a casino to be built, Helius Inflato swears revenge and sends hordes of mechanical blimps to block out the sun and he refuses to move them until the state government changes their mind. As always, it's Teamo to the rescue.|
|12||12||"Enter the Cheapskate!"||Sara Sluke and Hilary Cherniss Phil Walsh||February 22, 2002||106b|
|Skate Lad gets accused of stealing people's possessions causing Governor Kevin to suspend him until further notice. It is soon discovered by Skate Lad that a similar villain named Cheapskate and his henchmen are responsible.|
|13||13||"Appetite For... Dessert!"||Libby Bideau and Phil Walsh||February 23, 2002||107a|
|When Hypnotheria, with the ability to hypnotize people, hypnotizes Teamo Supremo, they start eating junk food instead of their normal healthy regime. Will they be able to stop themselves in time?!|
|14||14||"It's Crandall's Birthday – Bandit!"||Jack Monary and Ford Riley||February 23, 2002||107b|
|Crandall's new toolbelt was stolen by the Birthday Bandit, and now he's using the gadgets against Teamo Supremo.|
|15||15||"The Sinister Stylist!"||Krista Tucker and Phil Walsh||March 2, 2002||108a|
|A former soap actress turns to crime.|
|16||16||"Running the Gauntlet!"||Henry Gilroy and Phil Walsh||March 2, 2002||108b|
|Paulson's assistant Mr. Crawford steals some very powerful gloves.|
|17||17||"Attack of the Stuffed Stuff!"||Eric Friedman, Ford Riley, and Phil Walsh||April 13, 2002||109a|
|Fabrica uses stuffed animals to steal all the kids' stuffed animals in order to bring them to life and start a stuffed animal army.|
|18||18||"Reservoir Frogs!"||Kent Redeker and Phil Walsh||April 13, 2002||109b|
|Can Teamo Supremo stop Dehydro and his henchmen from flooding the city?|
|19||19||"Sounds of the Songstress!"||Krista Tucker||May 4, 2002||110a|
|A new teen idol is in town, and her name is Tiffany Javelins (AKA Sally Smith). With her influence, fashion sense and style, she singlehandedly gets every girl in the state, including Rope Girl, at her command. Everything Tiffany does is "Tifftastic" according to her followers. Captain Crandall and Skate Lad see through the charade and put an end to the fandom mob mentality and defeat her controller the Mischievous Manager.|
|20||20||"Calling Captain Excellent!"||Carrie Evans||May 4, 2002||110b|
|According to Governor Kevin, in order for a superhero to gain rights to be called a real superhero, they have to be evaluated by a real superhero sent by the Planetary Superhero Council. The team's favorite superhero Captain Excellent has been sent to evaluate them. However, the arrival of Baron Blitz interferes. Now is the chance for Teamo Supremo to prove their worth. Will they be able to pass the evaluation and become full-fledged recognized superheroes?|
|21||21||"Pogo Panic!"||Laura McCreary, Mark Myers, and Phil Walsh||May 11, 2002||111a|
|Teamo faces off against Dr. Pogo, who commits his crimes using pogo sticks to gain revenge for the world's lack of spring appreciation!|
|22||22||"Enter Dr. 'Droid!"||Henry Gilroy and Phil Walsh||May 11, 2002||111b|
|Teamo combats the robot loving Dr. Droid, who aims to make the world "a nicer place" by replacing everyone with robots!|
|23||23||"Mr. Vague Does Something..."||Jack Monaco and Phil Walsh||May 18, 2002||112a|
|Odd robberies start happening and no one, not even Teamo can figure out the method behind them or if there even is one.|
|24||24||"The Big Put-Down!"||Krista Tucker and Phil Walsh||May 18, 2002||112b|
|A new villain called the Put Down Artist comes and badly insults everyone making them feel low.|
|25||25||"The Return of Technor!"||TBA||May 25, 2002||113a|
|The Techno-Creeps have escaped from jail and have plotted to revive their leader Technor by finding and empowering the Magnabody. The Magnabody, once fully charged, has the ability to find Technor on its own. Once the Magna has enough energy and finds Technor back in Level 7, Technor is now off to fully charge himself, which will cut off the entire state's power supply, which is on the dismay of Skate Lad on account of being afraid of the dark. Can Teamo Supremo stop Technor in time before the entire state blacks-out? And will Skate Lad ever conquer his fear of darkness?|
|26||26||"A Monumental Crisis!"||TBA||May 25, 2002||113b|
|After a long field trip around the state for its monuments, the children of Teamo Supremo's class find it uninteresting. The tour guide, Frenchy Stakas, who is obsessed and dedicated to the history of the monuments threatens that she will make the people take the monuments and their history seriously – especially the children. Assuming the identity of the Tourorist, she and her Dousens steal all of the monuments from the state to a place where she can really appreciate them. Now Teamo Supremo must find the monuments and return them to their rightful places. Will Teamo Supremo find where the monuments are hidden? And will they capture the Tourorist and her Docents?|
Season 2 (2002-2003)
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|27||1||"Thog the Caveman Returns!"||TBA||August 25, 2002b||205a|
|An actor who once portrayed Thog, the caveman mascot for the discontinued Breakfast Clubs Cereal, suffers a bump on the head. Afterwards, he thinks he really is Thog the Caveman. Can Teamo stop his crispity, crunchity carnage?|
|28||2||"Mr. Large's Slippery Scheme"||TBA||August 25, 2002b||205b|
|When Governor Kevin starts acting weird, Teamo discovers that he was kidnapped, Madame Snake is impersonating him, and she is partnered up with Mr. Large. Can Teamo stop Madame Snake and Mr. Large at the same time? I think so.|
|29||3||"The Big Image Problem!"||Krista Tucker & Gavin Dell||September 14, 2002a||209a|
|Teamo faces off against Mirrorstar – a very vain villain who attempts to melt down all the state's mirrors into a single gigantic one with which to admire himself!|
|30||4||"Not on My Cinco De Mayo!"||Phil Walsh, Ford Riley, & Rebecca Shen||September 14, 2002a||209b|
|It's Cinco De Mayo and everyone's celebrating – except for Le Poodle, who is angry because this day marks France's wartime defeat. Now Le Poodle has set out to steal all the Mexican stuff he can find!|
|31||5||"You Better Start Calling Me Chief!"||Rico Gagliano, Jason Berlin & Phil Walsh||October 24, 2002b||201a|
|Teamo Supremo is being interviewed for the state newspaper by a cub reporter named Ollie Jimson. Meanwhile, his boss keeps fuming over those who don't address him as "Chief" instead of "sir."|
|32||6||"When Elements Unite!"||Kent Redeker, Phil Walsh, Ford Riley||October 24, 2002b||201b|
|Laser Pirate, Helius Inflato, and Dehydro have united as the Elements of Unpleasantness!|
|33||7||"The Haunted House on Horror Hill!"||TBA||October 31, 2002b||202a|
|Teamo Supremo visit a haunted house on Halloween where the Cloaked Skull is lurking.|
|34||8||"An Appointment With the Dentist!"||TBA||October 31, 2002b||202b|
|An evil dentist starts controlling people's minds.|
|35||9||"Getaway Car-Go!"||Mark Archuleta & Ford Riley||November 7, 2002b||203a|
|After losing his pink slips, a racer wreaks havoc in the state by stealing various muscle and sports cars. That racer is Car-Go along with his pit crew. Stealing all of the best cars they can find focuses on the fastest production car ever built: the Penketh QRS. It is about to be displayed on a car show the state is holding. Will Teamo Supremo stop Car-Go and his pit crew from stealing the Penketh QRS and apprehend this rogue racer?|
|36||10||"Enter Lord Druid!"||Jack Monaco & Ford Riley||November 7, 2002b||203b|
|The entire state is currently encountering a massive Deja Vu and is seem to be repeating themselves thanks to Lord Druid.|
|37||11||"Electronica's Game!"||Libby Bideau & Ford Riley||November 14, 2002b||204a|
|Electronica tries to ruin all video games when people start beating her games by using cheat codes.|
|38||12||"The Angler's Angle!"||Clay Wilcox & Phil Walsh||November 14, 2002b||204b|
|The Angler is stealing all the fish in the world.|
|39||13||"Out of the Past"||TBA||November 21, 2002b||206a|
|The Chief faces off against an old nemesis from his younger days – Vladimir Trettiak! What's worse, Trettiak has come equipped with technology from Level 8 that surpasses that of the team!|
|40||14||"The Sinister Shillelagh!"||TBA||November 21, 2002b||206b|
|Teamo faces a villain with uncanny good luck for him and bad luck for them!|
|41||15||"The Parents From Another Planet!"||TBA||November 28, 2002b||207a|
|Pretending to be Crandall's real parents, two people named Lisa and Robert try to steal the state's many things.|
|42||16||"The Birthday Bash!"||TBA||November 28, 2002b||207b|
|The Birthday Bandit returns, and he invites Teamo, Governor Kevin, Paulson, and Samantha to a party.|
|43||17||"The Sinister Sloppy Joe!"||TBA||December 5, 2002b||208a|
|Teamo combats the messy and mean Sloppy Joe, who schemes to turn the state into his disorderly domain!|
|44||18||"Sun, Surf, Sand... and Skull?"||TBA||December 5, 2002b||208b|
|The Cloaked Skull returns on the state beach and has somehow cursed Teamo's tools! Looks like they will have to stop him by themselves!|
|45||19||"Things That Go Bump in the Night!"||TBA||December 6, 2002b||210a|
|Teamo battles the Zomnambulist, a villain who stalks sleepers in their dreams.|
|46||20||"Will of the People!"||TBA||December 6, 2002b||210b|
|A man named Will 2 Wynn is running against Governor Kevin for governor – and if Will wins, everyone loses!|
|47||21||"Happy Holidays Mr. Gruff"||Phil Walsh and Ford Riley||December 7, 2002a||211a|
|During the holiday season, Teamo's favorite action hero Mr. Gruff helps them combat the evil Mr. Alchemy who thinks that people are more into getting new things on Christmas.|
|48||22||"The Grandfather Show"||Ford Riley||December 7, 2002a||211b|
|Crandall's grandpa, superheroes called Silver Shield and Dark Talon, help Teamo combat a bunch of second generation villains called the Sons of the Flange who are planning to disrupt the New Year's Eve plans.|
|49||23||"Going It Alone!"||TBA||March 1, 2003a||214a|
|After Skate Lad and Rope Girl end up injured battling Madame Snake, Crandall decides it would be better if he went after her alone.|
|50||24||"Out to Dry!"||TBA||March 1, 2003a||214b|
|Dehydro escapes from prison and begins stealing all the water in the state.|
|51||25||"Play It Again Songstress!"||TBA||March 8, 2003a||215|
The Manager and Dr. Droid return and trick Rope Girl into singing with a robotic Tiffany.|
Note: This is the first half-hour special.
|52||26||"Welcome to the Magna Mall!"||TBA||April 12, 2003a||217a|
|Hector thinks the state's new mall is actually Technor's Magnabody.|
|53||27||"The Baron's Blitz!"||TBA||April 12, 2003a||217b|
|Baron Blitz returns, and his henchmen are now unmeltable metal football players.|
|54||28||"Pyrite and Pirate!"||TBA||April 19, 2003a||218a|
|Laser Pirate offers Sam a new job.|
|55||29||"The Chief of Cheer!"||TBA||April 19, 2003a||218b|
|Hypnotheria returns to hypnotize the Chief.|
|56||30||"Cloaked Paulson, Mr. Skull"||Ford Riley & Phil Walsh||April 26, 2003a||219a|
|The Cloaked Skull is back, and menacing the state capital, but this time the skull is...Mr. Paulson?|
|57||31||"3, 2, 1... Teamo!"||Mark Drop, Phil Walsh, & Ford Riley||April 26, 2003a||219b|
|A threat by an intergalactic villain called the Big Skull has Teamo and Captain Excellent uniting to save the world from Big Skull and his army of Cloaked Skulls.|
|58||32||"Brenda's Birthday Bandit!"||TBA||May 31, 2003a||216a|
|Brenda/Rope Girl celebrates her birthday at Girlie World where the Birthday Bandit's helper is waiting for the arrival of the Birthday Bandit who has plans for Rope Girl.|
|59||33||"Raising The State!"||TBA||May 31, 2003a||216b|
|Helius Inflato gets ownership of the sky and he raises the state up there so he can be governor.|
|60||34||"Electronica's Game 2!"||TBA||August 1, 2003b||212a|
|Paulson has just met up with a new pen pal. Now Paulson is spending more time contacting her and less time improving Teamo's tools. Jean figures out the pen pal is really Electronica, who has broken out of prison and now seeks to challenge the Teamo with a whole new game of revenge!|
|61||35||"Tossing the Gauntlet!"||TBA||August 1, 2003b||212b|
|The Gauntlet tricks his way out of prison and steals the gauntlets once again. Paulson and Teamo easily stop him by tricking him into pulling off the gauntlets.|
|62||36||"Doin' the Supremo!"||TBA||August 8, 2003b||213a|
|DJ Despicable is hypnotizing people with his music during his crime spree.|
|63||37||"Beware of the Bungler!"||TBA||August 8, 2003b||213b|
|Can Teamo Supremo stop Barney the Bungler from causing disaster when he tries to rob places like banks, pet shops, and other places?|
Season 3 (2003-2004)
The third and final season consisted of thirteen episodes, which makes the shortest season to air, and aired on Toon Disney.
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|64||1||"Something Cheesy This Way Comes!"||TBA||December 5, 2003||301a|
|65||2||"Cartoons of Doom!"||TBA||December 5, 2003||301b|
|66||3||"State of Chaos"||Jack Monaco and Phil Walsh||December 12, 2003||302a|
|General Incompetence and Major Delays, two inept ex-militarists, unleash a ray which makes everybody who is hit by it incompetent and late.|
|67||4||"Science Friction!"||TBA||December 12, 2003||302b|
|Crandall loses his temper when the animatronic aliens at the Out of This World Cafe and Amusement Park seemingly rebel against humanity.|
|68||5||"The Mark of Comrade Z"||TBA||December 19, 2003||304|
The entire state is under attack by a villain named Comrade Z, who demands only one thing – the surrender of his arch nemesis, the Silver Shield!|
Note: This is the final half-hour special.
|69||6||"Teamo Rocks!"||TBA||December 26, 2003||305a|
|Two former songwriters have been stealing the musical talents of various performers, and with assistance from Tiffany Javelyns, Teamo goes undercover as a rock band to stop them!|
|70||7||"The Wrath of Scooter Lad!"||TBA||December 26, 2003||305b|
|Skate Lad competes in the Y-Not games, and meets up with a "supposedly" reformed Scooter Lad, but is he really as good as he says he is?|
|71||8||"Will You Be My Valentine Bandit?"||TBA||March 14, 2004||303a|
|The Birthday Bandit (now called the Valentine Bandit) kidnaps Governor Kevin's girlfriend, movie starlet Viva Voom.|
|72||9||"Uncontrollable Goopy Substance!"||TBA||March 14, 2004||303b|
Mr. Vague unleashes a monstrous green goopy substance on the state.|
NOTE: The episode, along with the above one, aired only once on Toon Disney at 6:00 AM (Hence why no copies are available online).
|73||10||"Word Search"||TBA||August 16, 2004||306a|
|Teamo Supremo faces off against loony librarian Libro Shushman, who is tired of people not paying attention to late book notices, and is stealing all the words in the state with her "Dictionary of Doom"!|
|74||11||"Micro Supremo"||TBA||August 16, 2004||306b|
|Teamo Supremo accidentally get shrunken down size while facing of against Captain Excellent's arch foe Dr. Minutia, and must now get to Level 7 to reverse it and capture the bad guys, while standing only five inches tall!|
|75||12||"The Governor's Analyst"||TBA||August 17, 2004||307a|
|Helius Inflato kidnaps Governor Kevin's new color analyst, Dr. Cedric Flint.|
|76||13||"The Gauntlet's New Gloves!"||TBA||August 17, 2004||307b|
|The Gauntlet, now in a super-powered suit, abducts Paulson and Samantha, then Governor Kevin and the Chief, in hopes of leading Teamo into a trap.|
- The series stopped airing new episodes by late May, but reruns continued until September 13, 2003.
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