Meaty Security Bot, who is lurking around the mall. Then he comes back and eats a raw burger and a tapeworm soon grows in Parker's stomach and eats the food Parker mooches before Parker can. Everyone likes the new craze for noses made of Meat. But in the reruns, the episodes have been aired the way they were originally made. All of the episodes from this season, except for Episode 7, contain two short stories. They find Scaunchboro Mall to be invaded by baboons.
Story by Jason Hopley, Jamie Shannon, Richard Elliott and Simon Racioppa; written by Jason Hopley and Jamie Shannon; directed by Jamie Shannon. Wink find Eddie, and decide that they can do something about Eddie and Parker: Have an A-bominable barbeque! Meaty's new Jiffy Meat Machine to create for Josh the perfect girl. Josh leaves her in their hands, and they become friends, causing Parkerina to become more feminine. Meaty and names him Hamish. Parker, however, has eaten 12 and glugged down the special Girly Sauce, which painfully turns him into a girl. They were aired on , rather than on.
Tater Turf - The Tater Tots challenge Josh to a dance-off, and Josh wins. The demon gives Josh a big beefy body, but doesn't enlarge his head to match, And Wedgelor goes on a wedgie rampage in the mall. Meaty Security Bot, who is lurking around the mall. Meaty specials aired together on Nicktoons in the spring of 2009. Air Date : 2nd-Dec-2006 After Ken and Darryl steal the first Game Craze, that rightfully belonged to them, Josh and Parker build a time machine to go 2 months into the future. Meaty's latest product, the Ms. Parker has very bad body odor, but Josh won't tell him for fear of his reaction.
He turns to Josh for guidance. Meaty Security Bot, who is lurking around the mall. They call many people to audition for the movie like Gord and Mr. But when another challenge comes, Josh reveals that he only has one move. In the bathroom, Parker finds out the reason why the girls hate Josh; to the girls, Josh has been devised to the groove as a user, because of various reasons one being that 2 weeks ago, Ashley 2 went to the movies with Josh, and he made her pay for the whole thing, including the extra butter. Parker, however, has eaten 12 and glugged down the special Girly Sauce, which painfully turns him into a girl. Carney books teen pop star, Jesse Lumberpond to hold a concert at the mall, and Josh and Parker scheme to be in his band, until he is knocked unconscious by Parker.
Parker volunteers Josh and himself to be the buffalo, and Josh is forced to get inside the buffalo costume with a very smelly Parker. Meaty Security Bot, who is lurking around the mall. The girls become even angrier and shove Josh into Ms. Puberty Fairy - Parker is visited by the Puberty Fairy but struggles to hang onto his childhood. Story by Jamie Shannon, Jason Hopley, Simon Racioppa and Richard Elliott; written by Simon Racioppa and Richard Elliott; directed by Jamie Shannon. Parker then goes around Scaunchboro Mall and takes one bite of everyone's food. The shorts are no longer being shown on television, but can still be seen on TurboNick at.
Parker volunteers Josh and himself to be the buffalo, and Josh is forced to get inside the buffalo costume with a very smelly Parker. Written and directed by Jamie Shannon. So now, Ping doesn't teach them ninjutsu anymore. However, Josh makes him do it. Meaty centers on a pair of teenage boys working at a fast-food restaurant established in the fictional Scaunchboro Mall: the nerdy, gluttonous, awkward Parker Dinkleman and the charming, popular, but uncaring and self-centered Josh Redgrove. Meaty, Parker quickly falls for her. Written and directed by Jason Hopley.
When activated, it turns the patrons of the mall into meat-feasting zombies. When the position goes to Parker's head, Josh organizes a resistance movement against him. Instead, he discovers Parker about to be sacrificed, and eaten by a vicious soy cult. Meaty, Parker quickly falls for her. The demon gives Josh a big beefy body, but he doesn't make his head big to match his body. But they quickly find out that being vampires is not as cool as they thought.
Everyone likes the new craze for noses made of Meat. Josh sees this as a way to find out why none of the girls are into him. Written by Richard Elliott and Simon Racioppa; directed by Jason Hopley. Josh calls him a moocher. The two friends overcome their differences and battle their way free, armed with such delicious product. Josh and Parker are in charge around here, and what they lack in customer service they more than make up for in imagination. Little Green Men currently available as a Nickelodeon Podcast 2.