List of Fillmore! episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the animated Disney show Fillmore!

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 13 September 14, 2002 May 17, 2003
2 13 September 20, 2003 January 30, 2004


Season 1: 2002–03[edit]

# Title Original air date[1]
1 "To Mar a Stall" September 14, 2002 (2002-09-14)

X Middle School's bathroom renovation project teeters on the brink of disaster as the new tagger "STAINLESS" strikes at will. Out of leads, Fillmore and Ingrid turn to Randall Julian, another tagger called "FLAVA SAVA," currently in solitary detention. His help puts them back on the trail, but Randall escapes, forcing Fillmore and Ingrid to catch both "STAINLESS" and "FLAVA SAVA" before they strike again.

Randall Julian is a parody of Dr. Hannibal Lecter from The Silence of the Lambs, which the episode shares many similarities with.

Parodied crimes: Vandalism/Serial killer
2 "Test of the Tested" September 21, 2002 (2002-09-21)

The student body is in an uproar when the controversial S.A.T.T.Y. 9 tests are stolen by an assailant dressed as X's beloved mascot, Lobstee the Lobster. Who is the thief – a student who panicked during the test? Or was it Enid Quintara, outspoken anti-S.A.T.T.Y 9 activist? Fillmore and Ingrid are under the gun – they have only 48 hours to find the tests or Principal Folsom will have the entire school retake the tests.

Parodied crimes: Theft
3 "A Wurm in Our Midst" September 28, 2002 (2002-09-28)

The Library's books have disappeared, and Tony Clementina, X Middle School's local heavy, is all too eager to take credit for it. Meanwhile, an empty bottle rocket made from a can of Carbee Cola leads Ingrid back to the biggest custard spill in X Middle School history, an incident that disturbingly points to Fillmore from back during his days as a delinquent.

Parodied crimes: Theft, frameup, counterfeiting, extortion
4 "Cry, The Beloved Mascot" October 5, 2002 (2002-10-05)

Someone has stolen X Middle School's beloved mascot Lobstee the Lobster. Time is running out for both Lobstee and the Bocce Team, and the key to finding him before time runs out might be X's resident psychic, Alistair Greystone. Will Alistair and the Safety Patrol find Lobstee before it's too late?

Parodied crimes: Attempted assassination of a political leader and kidnapping. As well as the use of psychics in law enforcement.
5 "Red Robins Don't Fly" October 12, 2002 (2002-10-12)

During an undercover sting operation, boxes of Band candy were accidentally discovered in the lake. The candy is traced back to the Red Robins – seemingly a school club in the same manner as Girl Scouts who make record sales of their award-winning taffy. In reality, the Robins strong arm their competition (stealing candy and cookie dough, cheating in selling taffy, messing up signs of competitors), and the Safety Patrol have been trying to catch them in the act for a long time. Ingrid goes undercover as a Red Robin, but she fits the role all too well and becomes the shoo-in for becoming the leader of the Robins when Malika, the current leader, graduates. Fillmore discovers that Malika used to be Vallejo's partner who also infiltrated the Robins, but was seduced and overcome by darker purposes. Will Ingrid locate the secret Vault of stolen goods and shut down the Robins for good, or will Ingrid also turn to darker purposes as Malika did?

Parodied crimes: The Mafia
6 "Next Stop, Armageddon" November 2, 2002 (2002-11-02)

After accidentally destroying Folsom's birthday party Fillmore and Ingrid are asked to do convention duty. But the train convention experienced sabotage, leaving the entire convention ruined. Fillmore and Ingrid first suspect the RC Car club to be behind it however Oscar, the best model railroad engineer at X, seems to be coping extremely well to the tragedy. Is he the saboteur?

Parodied crimes: Sabotage
7 "Nappers Never Sleep" November 9, 2002 (2002-11-09)

Duappy, a virtual pet – the virtual pet kept alive the longest – has been stolen, and it is up to Fillmore and Ingrid to find X's pride and joy before a reporter comes to X to do a story on Duappy and before Duappy dies. But what if Duappy was stolen not to harm, but to help?

Parodied crimes: Kidnapping
8 "Ingrid Third, Public Enemy #1" November 16, 2002 (2002-11-16)

Fillmore's partner moves away to Tennessee, and he is partnered up with Brad Parnassus, the smartest kid at X Middle School. Rebellious and super-smart new student Ingrid Third doesn't take her introduction to X student body well at all, and a giant stink bomb explodes in the hallways. The case looks like a slam dunk – or is it? Note: largely told in flashback and thus mostly takes place before the series start.

Parodied crimes: Detonating an explosive device in a public area, chemical terrorism, and frameup
9 "A Cold Day at X" November 23, 2002 (2002-11-23)

Mrs. Cornwall's Pre-Algebra final exam looks like it's going to be a tough one; however, four of her students have decided to take more extreme measures beyond studying. Fillmore sleeps over in the school to safeguard the exam, but an unexpected blizzard and Professor Third's headcold leaves him standing alone to face a desperate gang of determined exam thieves.

Parodied crimes: Burglary and taking of hostages, along with Die Hard's "lone cop vs. gang of villains" plot
10 "Masterstroke of Malevolence" February 15, 2003 (2003-02-15)

Mrs. Lawson's field trip to the Modern Contemporary Natural History, Art, Science and Miniature Museum takes a horrifying turn as someone draws a mustache on the priceless painting "The Lobster Man at Port". Fillmore, Ingrid, and O'Farrell work to find the culprit and save the painting, but the clock is ticking and everyone's a suspect...

Parodied crimes: Vandalism and substance abuse
11 "Two Wheels, Full Throttle, No Breaks" February 22, 2003 (2003-02-22)

Scooter thefts are up, and the Safety Patrol faces a challenge from student activist Derek Minna, who establishes B.A.G.A.S.T. (Boys And Girls Against Scooter Theft), a scooter and rollerblade equipped task force that he intends to ultimately replace the safety patrol. Fillmore and Ingrid trace the thefts to the Metal Shop and infiltrate the gang. Who is the mysterious "Stingray," and what are his plans for the stolen scooters?

Parodied crimes: Motor vehicle theft, with many of the scenes of the episode parodying the film Gone in 60 Seconds
12 "Of Slain Kings on Checkered Fields" May 10, 2003 (2003-05-10)

X Middle School's best hope to break a losing streak in the chess tournament is Checkmatey, a flamboyant rapper who is X's finest chess player. Unfortunately, somebody is out to get him – is it Tyson Pelarez, leader of the Society of the Preservation of Ethics in Chess? Or is it Nelson Kelloch, Checkmatey's biggest rival? Fillmore and Ingrid are on the case – but the clock is ticking down to the championship match and Checkmatey is nowhere to be found...

Parodied crimes: Attempted murder, kidnapping, gambling, and drinking
13 "A Forgotten Yesterday" May 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)

The heat is on from Student Council Representative Peabody to find a stolen case of computer disks holding information on term papers off the street, but the perps always seem one step ahead of the Safety Patrol. After a botched raid and the sabotage of his bike, Fillmore turns to Sonny Lombard, his old partner from his bad-boy days. They track the disks back to Rudy Teravall, the Kingpin of Home Economics, Fillmore gets the info on where the disks are. But just as Fillmore and Ingrid get ready to move in on Rudy's gang, Peabody gets tipped off about bootleg hall passes in Fillmore's desk. Fillmore gets suspended from the force – but has he really gone bad again? And just what is Sonny's real agenda?

Parodied crimes: Theft and Burglary

Season 2: 2003–04[edit]

# Title Original air date[1]
14 "The Currency of Doubt" September 20, 2003 (2003-09-20)

Tina and Toby are the stars of the school at both dancing and smoit-collecting. Smoits are tokens found on dairy bars and packets of chips used to buy basically anything a kid could want once enough of them are saved up. The smoit stash goes missing, and Fillmore and Ingrid go undercover in X's steamy underground casino scene. They discover Toby's gambling debts, and he becomes the prime suspect, which destroys his dance partnership with Tina. Case closed – or is it? Meanwhile, Fillmore is having a little too much trouble obsessing over his damaged sash (that is, until it dissolves in a vat of chili).

Parodied crimes: Theft and illegal gambling
15 "The Shreds Fell like Snowflakes" September 27, 2003 (2003-09-27)

Vallejo's nearing his second term test for Junior Commissioner, and in the meantime, a crime crops up involving 'The Shredder'- an anonymous criminal who shreds people's pet projects. Here's the catch – not a single one of the victims saw the Shredder's face. This seems like a job for Vallejo's old profiler partner, Frank Bishop, who was driven from the Safety Patrol in disgrace (due to a threatening lawsuit against the school by parents who son was caught doing a game scam by being stopped by Frank with gazpacho, which the boy was allergic to). He deduces that the Shredder is hitting students from the Drama Club in alphabetical order – and his own sister, Francine, is next on the list. However, maybe these shredding incidents aren't all they appear to be...

Parodied crimes: Serial killer and Conspiracy
16 "Foes Don't Forgive" October 4, 2003 (2003-10-04)

Reformed thug Linus Santiago wows the crowd at the X Middle School Talent Show with his magic act. Unfortunately, his disappearing trick with Dewey Hubble's robotic dog Barcode goes horribly wrong – it won't reappear! Santiago refuses to tell the Safety Patrol how he did the trick due to the Magician's Code, but by doing so, he makes himself the prime suspect. Dewey is anxious to get it back as it's a stepping stone to getting a real dog; however, when Barcode's collar is found in the lake, all hope could be lost – for both Dewey and Santiago.

Parodied crimes: Kidnapping
17 "South of Friendship, North of Honor" October 11, 2003 (2003-10-11)

Spring Break has arrived, so Fillmore's taking the time to visit his former partner, Wayne Liggett. In Wayne's new school, something about the Safety Patrol stinks – so much that Wayne's partner Emily had to quit. The prize pralines of the school have been stolen, and the prime suspect is Patrol Sheriff Thrift – who just so happens to be the son of their principal.

Parodied crimes: Police corruption
18 "Immune to All but Justice" October 18, 2003 (2003-10-18)

X Middle School has gone Canada Crazy – and the ambassador's son is staying over, along with his assistant Penny Madrid, who happens to be an old partner in crime with Fillmore. Winston Kotter, the Canadian ambassador, turned Penny around just as the Safety Patrol turned Fillmore around – but Fillmore can't help but suspect something is up, especially as a huge supply of counterfeit baseball cards appear. Unfortunately for Fillmore, Winston has full diplomatic immunity and plans to pin the crime on Penny. Without the power to officially bust him, what can Fillmore and the Safety Patrol do?

Parodied crimes: Counterfeiting and diplomatic immunity.
19 "The Nineteenth Hole is a Shallow Grave" November 1, 2003 (2003-11-01)

Something's down at the X Middle School Open – professional golfers are failing at games, and foul play is suspected. Normally, Fillmore would be eager for an undercover job like this, but something in his past – something involving mini-golf – is making him hesitate.

Parodied crimes: Point shaving
20 "Links in a Chain of Honor" November 8, 2003 (2003-11-08)

Rookie Officer Peter Chestnut is the latest of four brothers to join the Safety Patrol. He has a lot to live up to – his older brother Robert was a highly decorated Safety Patroller and is now the Student Council President. When a shipment of stolen X Middle School foam spirit lobster claws is tracked back to also-ran Oscar Mabini, it looks like Peter has closed his first case. But all is not what it seems, and family honor has everything to do with it...

Parodied crimes: Theft and bribery
21 "The Unseen Reflection" November 15, 2003 (2003-11-15)

Vampirita, a series of novels about an astronaut vampire, has attracted a huge following at X – and none more so that Torrey and Terri. The next installment of the series will be released in a fortnight, and until then, fans can audition to star in the next book! Terri and Torrey start to build projects to win the auditions, but every time one is finished, it gets sabotaged. Naturally, the main suspects are two members of a rival novel's fanclub – TQ, a mysterious and riddle-talking guy with an affinity for multicultural cuisine, and Trace, a girl who never seems to be happy with the color of her hair. But evidence points to neither... so just who could have enough knowledge about the projects to find the perfect way to sabotage them?

Parodied crimes: Sabotage
22 "Codename: Electric Haircut" January 2, 2004 (2004-01-02)

Fillmore and Ingrid have to investigate the mysterious vanishing of a student named Alexis, only to find that all reports of her have vanished from the school, and she's even been taken out of pictures. Coincidentally, a girl named Gladys only just returned to school as Alexis vanished. At the same time someone is working on a computer virus called Electric Haircut which could cause some major reputation damage to the popular students. Meanwhile, Vallejo deals with his hot cocoa intake, a spoof of police officers' caffeine addiction.

Parodied crimes: Missing persons and computer viruses (parody of The Net)
23 "Play On, Maestro, Play On[citation needed]" January 1, 2004 (2004-01-01)[citation needed]

The Ultrabox, the hottest new game system on the market, makes its debut at X, and everyone wants one – including "The Maestro," a gaming mastermind who will stop at nothing to get it. Fillmore and Ingrid track him down, but the Ultrabox is stolen while he's in custody. It looks like a copycat is on the loose, but there's more to this case than meets the eye...

Parodied crimes: Theft, vandalism, and copycat crime
24 "This Saviour, a Snitch" January 9, 2004 (2004-01-09)

Facing expulsion under Principal Folsom's new 'Three Strikes, You're Expelled' rule, Fillmore must protect the only person that can clear his name to a crime he has been framed for: the destruction of a giant Folsom statue made out of 12,000 pieces of macaroni.

Parodied crimes: The controversial three-strikes law
25 "A Dark Score Evened" January 16, 2004 (2004-01-16)

Four victims and four bullies: Rochelle and Bryan who physically bully Wilbur and Grover, and Fiona and Horace who verbally bully Becca and Stella. Someone can no longer stand people being made to feel helpless and scared and is targeting each victim's bully respectively. Despite not wanting to help bullies, Fillmore sets up a bodyguard system for some of the bullies and starts to work on who would want to have scared the bullies so much. The main suspects are obviously the four victims, but the victim of each bully has an alibi for crime.

Parodied crimes: Vigilante
26 "Field Trip of the Just" January 23, 2004 (2004-01-23)

Guildenstern, the Science Department's tarantula mascot, has been poisoned, and the prime suspect, Eric Orben, has escaped into the city. Fillmore is given authority to go out into town and catch Eric, but he has to contend with a relentless opponent from his bad-boy past and a case that isn't as obvious as it seems...

Parodied crimes: Attempted murder and cover-up


  1. ^ a b "Fillmore". Retrieved July 23, 2015. 

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