The Replacements is an animated series that aired on Toon Disney from 2006-2009.
Two orphans, Riley and Todd, have live their entire lives in an orphanage. While doing chores, they stumble across a comic book which lets them order a Fleemco phone (This special phone allows them to replace any person or animal they desire) and in the process they got new parents: a female British secret agent named Agent K and a professional daredevil named Dick Daring.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Replacements - Replacements, Ltd. - Netflix
Replacements, Ltd., based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the world's largest retailer of china, crystal and silverware, including both patterns still available from manufactures and discontinued patterns. The company, which began in 1981, had an inventory in 2011 of 14 million items from more than 340,000 patterns, with annual sales of $80 million to 10 million customers.
The Replacements - National attention - Netflix
In 1986, Inc. named Replacements one of the 500 fastest-growing businesses in the United States. As far back as 1992, customers included Barbra Streisand, Ted Kennedy, Patrick Swayze and The Vatican. In 1997, Victory! named Page its Entrepreneur of the Year for his commitment to homosexual employees, including partner benefits. In August 2000, Oprah Winfrey presented a guest with a bowl in a pattern the guest thought she would never be able to find, a pattern it had found by working with Replacements. In November 2000, Animal Planet's Pet Story taped an episode about the company's policy of letting people bring their dogs to work. Between 30 and 50 employees did so at the time. Around the same time, CNN's Business Unusual also planned to broadcast a story on Replacements. That same month, a Guiding Light Thanksgiving episode using china supplied by Replacements. In November 2001, Replacements sold eight Pfaltzgraff plates to be used on Everybody Loves Raymond. When the show began, china patterns were selected for the home of the fictional Barone family. But some of the plates were broken in the course of the series run, and Pfaltzgraff no longer made the plates. In addition, the show needed a pattern not available since 1955 that even Replacements did not have but promised to search for. Later, Replacements found Tchotchkes of Little Red Riding Hood and Little Bo Peep for the family to give as a birthday present to Marie. In 2001, the company began running ads on U.S. Postal Service trucks outside the Greensboro area. For its Legend ship debuting August 24, 2002, Carnival Cruise Lines purchased 500 pieces of china for its main dining room. In its 2003 edition, the Rand McNally road atlas named Replacements to its list of top 25 free attractions. The company has conducted tours of its warehouse starting in July 1992.