Johnny Test (season 4)
|Johnny Test season 4|
|Country of origin||Canada
|No. of episodes||26|
|Original network||Cartoon Network
|Original release||November 9, 2009– September 12, 2011|
Johnny Test is a Canadian/American animated television series. It premiered on Kids' WB, on The WB Television Network, on September 17, 2005. The series currently airs in the United States on Cartoon Network, as of January 7, 2008, and in Canada on Teletoon, as of October 28, 2006.  The show was produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment for its third and later seasons. The series is rated TV-Y7 for the first four seasons, and TV-Y7-FV for the fifth.
Johnny Test started its fourth season on September 10, 2009, containing 26 full episodes. It was the first season to premiere on Teletoon first. This is the first season to be produced in high definition. This season began airing on Cartoon Network on November 9, 2009. This would be the final season for Louis Chirillo and Ashleigh Ball as the voices of Dukey, Mary Test, and Sissy Blakely, although Ball returns later to resume her roles in Season 6.
This season, along with the third season, was released on DVD in a bundle on September 13, 2011 in Region 1.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original air date|
|40a||1a||"Johnny's New Baby Sisters"[nb 1]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Lyndon Ruddy||November 9, 2009|
|Susan and Mary purposely turn themselves into babies while the parents are out, and Johnny has to keep them safe from the irresponsible babysitter Gil; this interferes with a party he and Dukey had been planning and Mr. and Mrs. Test are mad.|
|40b||1b||"Porta-Johnny"[nb 1]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Blair Kitchen||November 10, 2009|
|Johnny tricks his sisters into letting him have teleporting powers. Susan and Mary mess with the powers to get revenge. Later the twins accidentally get them caught in a middle of an art robbery.|
|41a||2a||"Join the Johnny Scouts"[nb 2]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||November 11, 2009|
|After Johnny lands his bike into a garbage truck, he becomes a Lady Bird Scout and tries to sell 1,000 boxes of cookies to get a new one. Little does he know, Sissy wants the bike as well, but for a better reason.|
|41b||2b||"Johnny B.C."[nb 2]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Jeff Barker||November 12, 2009|
|Johnny goes back in time in order to get a sloth bone for the twins, but when he returns he becomes a caveman, blowing off his grounding for selling Hugh's personal items and from leaving the house.|
|42a||3a||"Runaway Johnny"[nb 3]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Jeff Barker||November 12, 2009|
|Johnny and Dukey run away when Johnny's parents say he's old enough to do chores but not old enough to watch PG-13 movies.|
|42b||3b||"Johnny on the Spot"[nb 3]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kervin Faria||November 12, 2009|
|Johnny steals a portable black hole, which later creates an early apocalypse.|
|43a||4a||"Dark Johnny"[nb 4]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Thomas||November 19, 2009|
|Johnny joins forces with Dark Vegan to get him back to his home planet.|
|43b||4b||"No Homework for Johnny"[nb 4]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||November 19, 2009|
|Susan and Mary build Johnny a robot in order to help him do his homework, but the robot ends up stealing things for Johnny.|
|44a||5a||"Papa Johnny"[nb 5]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Lyndon Ruddy||December 3, 2009|
|Susan and Mary switch Johnny and Hugh's brains after the two make a bet that involves taking on each other's lives.|
|44b||5b||"The Johnnyminster Dog Show"[nb 5]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Blair Kitchen||December 3, 2009|
|Johnny and Dukey try to get in a dog show which only allows purebred dogs.|
|45a||6a||"Dukey Jeckyll and Johnny Hyde"[nb 6]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||January 7, 2010|
|Dukey drinks a liquid which makes him turn into a monster. To make matters worse, a dog catcher (and later Mr. Black and Mr. White) are after him.|
|45b||6b||"Johnny's Trophy Case"[nb 6]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||January 14, 2010|
|Johnny wants to get a trophy to put in his trophy case. Susan, Mary and Hugh get obsessed with winning, so the three of them enter the Porkbelly River Jump-Off to win $1 million and a trophy.|
|46a||7a||"Johnny's Amazing Cookie Company"[nb 7]||Paul Riley||Mark Fellows||Lyndon Ruddy||December 10, 2009|
|Susan and Mary make fortune cookies that come true, and Johnny sells them with the typical drastic results.|
|46b||7b||"Johnny's Big Dumb Sisters"[nb 7]||Paul Riley||Lazar Saric||Kevin Currie||December 10, 2009|
|The twins' latest invention accidentally makes them dumb thanks to Johnny right before their scholarship interview.|
|47a||8a||"My Johnny Guard"[nb 8]||Paul Riley||Brad Birch||Jeff Barker||January 21, 2010|
|Johnny gets hired to stop Bling-Bling from kissing Susan, but Johnny turns on the sisters once Bling-Bling bribes him.|
|47b||8b||"Tom and Johnny"[nb 8]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||January 28, 2010|
|Johnny turns into a mouse for Susan and Mary, but when Mr. Mittens comes, things get chaotic.|
|48a||9a||"The Quantum of Johnny"[nb 9]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Blair Kitchen||February 4, 2010|
|Johnny tries to get invited to a party to stop a villain.
Note: Susan and Mary don't appear in this episode.
|48b||9b||"Johnny Get Yer Gum"[nb 9]||Paul Riley||Rick Groel||Rafael Alvarez||February 11, 2010|
|Mr. Whacko invents a new helium gum called Helio Bubble that lifts kids into the sky, and Johnny must save them.|
|49a||10a||"Old School Johnny"[nb 10]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Thomas||February 18, 2010|
|Johnny travels to 1845 when school was easier, but he gets stuck there because the power supplier to the Turbo Time Tea house hasn't been invented yet. The sisters and Johnny try to find outdated technology to power the tea house.|
|49b||10b||"Johnny Degrees Below Zero"[nb 10]||Paul Riley||Keith Wagner||Dan Nosella||February 25, 2010|
|Johnny creates a magnetic force field on the Earth which makes Porkbelly the new North Pole.|
|50a||11a||"Johnny Johnny"[nb 11]||Paul Riley||Mark Fellows||Lyndon Ruddy||April 8, 2010|
|Johnny and Dukey get framed for stuff that Johnny and Dukey look alike robots (which Mr. Black and Mr. White made) do around Porkbelly.|
|50b||11b||"Johnny Double Coupons"[nb 11]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||April 5, 2010|
|Johnny keeps attempting to ride down Suicide Hill, but Susan and Mary keep redeeming Johnny's coupons.|
|51a||12a||"X-Ray Johnny"[nb 12]||Paul Riley||Ron Holsey||Blair Kitchen||April 26, 2010|
|Johnny gets X-Ray goggles. Meanwhile, Zizlar tries to steal the Porkbelly library with a series of subterranean bombs.|
|51b||12b||"The Destruction of Johnny X (JX7)"[nb 12]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Rafael Alvarez||May 3, 2010|
|Johnny and Dukey decide to remain in super hero mode permanently, but they find being a superhero is harder than they think.|
|52a||13a||"iJohnny"[nb 13]||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Jeff Barker||April 12, 2010|
|The twins upgrade Johnny's new cell phone. Later the phone becomes too intelligent and begins hacking government space missiles.|
|52b||13b||"Johnny vs. The Mummy"[nb 13]||Paul Riley||Mark Drop||Dave Pemberton||April 19, 2010|
|Johnny goes on a trip to the museum and brings the things to life, including a mummy.|
|53a||14a||"Johnny Grow Your Own Monster"||Paul Riley||Brad Birch||Rod Amador||May 10, 2010|
|Johnny's mail order foam monster becomes a real monster once the twins swap the water with their glass of "side effects".|
|53b||14b||"Who's Johnny?"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Michael MacAdam||May 17, 2010|
|When Sissy considers Johnny too gross to help her in a science project, he begs Susan and Mary to change his personality.|
|54a||15a||"Princess Johnny"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||May 24, 2010|
|Johnny poses as a princess in order to prevent a war. Meanwhile, Susan and Mary decide that they would like to act like normal girls.|
|54b||15b||"99 Deeds of Johnny Test"||Paul Riley||Rick Groel||Lyndon Ruddy||July 5, 2010|
|After getting his 99th detention, Johnny learns he must perform 99 good deeds or he will be sent to military school.|
|55a||16a||"Johnny's Amazing Race"||Paul Riley||Richard Clark||Jeff Barker||July 12, 2010|
|Johnny and Dukey challenge his sisters, their friends, and their enemies to a survival challenge in which the winning team gets hundreds of dollars in gift certificates.|
|55b||16b||"Johnny Test in 3D"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||July 19, 2010|
|While the Tests go on vacation, Johnny and Dukey try to get back into their hotel room and avoid the hotel manager that doesn't allow dogs.|
|56a||17a||"Guess Who's Coming to Johnny's for Dinner"||Paul Riley||Keith Wagner||Blair Kitchen||July 26, 2010|
|Mr. Black moves in with the Tests after he embarrasses Mr. White at the dance contest auditions.|
|56b||17b||"Johnny's New BFF"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Rafael Alvarez||August 2, 2010|
|Johnny's parents keep setting Johnny up with new friends. When those don't work out, Johnny reveals Dukey's intelligence. Later, Dukey spends more time helping Johnny's parents instead of playing with Johnny.|
|57a||18a||"Johnny vs. Bling Bling IV"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Michael MacAdam||August 9, 2010|
|Johnny once again has to protect Susan from Bling-Bling Boy who is determined to have her as his valentine.|
|57b||18b||"Johnny's Big Sisters' Smackdown"||Paul Riley||Lazar Saric||Kervin Faria||August 16, 2010|
|Susan and Mary both want Gil to go on a date with them, so they put up a wrestling match using rough guts (Susan uses Johnny's while Mary uses a lion's), but it leads to destructive results.|
|58a||19a||"Sunshine Malibu Johnny"||Paul Riley||Rick Groel||Lyndon Ruddy||August 23, 2010|
|Johnny goes to the beach to surf, but there are no waves, so Susan and Mary build a wave making machine and special surfboard for him.|
|58b||19b||"Johnnycicle"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||August 30, 2010|
|Johnny and Dukey try to help Brain Freezer get a girlfriend.|
|59a||20a||"King Johnny"||Paul Riley||Mark Fellows||Jeff Barker||September 6, 2010|
|Johnny becomes obsessed with domination after Susan and Mary bring his chess pieces to life.|
|59b||20b||"Johnny Re-Animated"||Paul Riley||Mark Drop||Dave Pemberton||September 13, 2010|
|Johnny uses one of his sisters' inventions to bring two cartoon characters to the real world in order to scare Sissy out of the house, but the characters mistake Porkbelly for a zombie world and try to destroy it.|
|60a||21a||"Johnny Cakes"||Paul Riley||Keith Wagner||Blair Kitchen||September 20, 2010|
|It's Lila's birthday and the family spends the morning to make her birthday a success. Johnny struggles to make her breakfast, Hugh tries to figure out a good but inexpensive gift for her, and the twins keep Lila trapped in her bedroom until Hugh and Johnny are ready.|
|60b||21b||"Johnny Tube"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Rafael Alvarez||September 27, 2010|
|Johnny wants to become an Internet sensation on SnoobTube.|
|61a||22a||"Sleepover at Johnny's"||Paul Riley||Scott Fellows||Jason Thompson||October 4, 2010|
|Johnny is dragged into Susan and Mary's plan to get Gil to be in a sleepover, but Bling-Bling Boy and Dark Vegan's daughter Jillian become involved as well, with the usual chaos ensuing.|
|61b||22b||"Johnny's Got a... Wart!"||Paul Riley||Brad Birch||Kervin Faria||October 11, 2010|
|Johnny gets a wart, and when his sisters try to get rid of it, they unintentionally give the wart intelligence. At first the wart seems to make Johnny's life better, but he tries to take over his body as he gets more powerful.|
|62a||23a||"Johnny's Royal Flush"||Larry Jacobs||Dale Schott||Lyndon Ruddy||October 18, 2010|
|When Susan and Mary turn Johnny into a fish as part of one of their experiments, Hugh flushes him down the toilet by mistake where he ends up in the sewer, and he has to swim for his life when he runs into an alligator.|
|62b||23b||"Johnny Test's Day Off"||Larry Jacobs||Scott Fellows||Kevin Currie||October 25, 2010|
|Johnny ditches school with a relentless truant officer in hot pursuit.|
|63a||24a||"Johnny and Dark Vegan's Battle Brawl Mania"||Larry Jacobs||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||November 1, 2010|
|Dark Vegan once again tries to destroy Johnny, who is trying to cheer up lonely Repto-Slicer.|
|63b||24b||"A Scholarship for Johnny"||Larry Jacobs||Rick Groel||Jeff Barker||November 8, 2010|
|Hugh wants to train Johnny to be good at sports so that he could get a sports scholarship to college.|
|64a||25a||"Johnny Boat Racing"||Larry Jacobs||Scott Fellows||Rafael Alvarez||November 15, 2010|
|Johnny, his friends, and his enemies all compete in a boat race against an arrogant rowing team.|
|64b||25b||"Johnny Lock Down"||Larry Jacobs||Mark Fellows||Blair Kitchen||November 22, 2010|
|Johnny is determined to get a flytrap plant from his sisters for his school's science fair.|
|65a||26a||"Good Ol' Johnny Test"||John Lei||Lazar Saric||Kervin Faria||November 29, 2010|
|Johnny is in charge of the school play about recycling while Susan and Mary create a garbage-eating monster.|
|65b||26b||"Johnny X Strikes Back Again! (JX8)"||John Lei||Scott Fellows||Dave Pemberton||September 12, 2011|
|After taking away the entire lab, the General accidentally creates two mutant super agents that take over the world. It's up to Johnny X and his friends to stop them and save the world.|
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