Josh finds himself trapped in the Land of Song when he's knocked unconscious during a karaoke contest. In order to escape, he must rescue the princess. But that involves singing, which he refuses to do, despite everyone believing he's the legendary "Diamond Voice." Parker appears as a rhyming (and annoying) narrator, who gives hints and clues to his obstinate friend.
Josh and Parker plot revenge against their childhood bully when he gets a job in the food court, but then Josh observes that the bully has changed; Josh decides not to tell Brittany that he failed his driving test and takes her to a drive-in.
Fifty years in the future, Josh and Parker regret not making their movie, so they go back in time to finally do it; Parker hopes to gain respect by filling in for Doug, but his demanding attitude leads others to revolt against him.
In an attempt to be popular, Josh throws a no-nerds-allowed party, which Parker crashes; when the cool kids mock the geeky kids for their live-action role-playing, their resulting battle summons a real monster.
A video leaked onto the Internet causes Parker to literally die of embarrassment, but it's not his time to go yet; a pop idol comes to the mall to perform, and Josh and Parker ask to be in his band, hoping to get some attention from girls.
Parker gets superpowers, leaving Josh feeling useless, until Parker begs for his help to return to normal; Parker is insulted once too often and changes into a beast that belittles everyone in the mall.
Wink recalls the good old days at Mr. Meaty before the original owner was brought back by a couple of teens. Later, Josh and Parker learn Ninjitsu to get revenge after being scared by bullies, but their cool new skills make them a bit overconfident.
Josh and Parker are enthusiastic about turning into vampires, but they soon discover that being undead has its drawbacks. Later, the boys compete to impress a new female coworker, but it turns out that she has a freaky secret.
Parker turns into a girl after eating too many pink hamburgers, and Josh takes full advantage of the situation by having his pal spy on their female associates. Later, Parker finds a new best friend after Josh ditches him for a movie with Goth Girl.
Josh is none too pleased about being stuck in a buffalo costume with Parker, who hasn't been particularly picky about good hygiene; and Josh gains a muscular body by making a deal with an evil spirit that he finds in a protein-powder container.
Josh is none too pleased about being stuck in a buffalo costume with Parker, who hasn't been particularly picky about good hygiene. Later, Parker turns into a girl after eating too many pink hamburgers, and Josh takes full advantage of the situation by having his pal spy on their female associates.
Cast & Details
Premiered: September 22, 2006
Premise: A comedy series for tweens featuring puppets that work at a food court in the Scaunchboro Mall.