|Fresh 'n' Frozey Chocolaccino|
|U.S. Air Date||January 11, 2002|
|Directed by||Timothy Björklund|
|Written by|| Story by: George McGrath|
Written by: Nancylee Myatt
|Next||The Grass Seed is Always Greener...|
Fresh 'n' Frozey Chocolaccino is the second half of the sixth episode from Season 2 and is part of the nineteenth episode of Teacher's Pet overall. It was directed by Timothy Björklund. George McGrath came up with the story, while Nancylee Myatt wrote the teleplay. This would be their only writing credits for the series.
Leonard asks his mom for a brand-new scooter that he saw in a magazine, but she suggests that Leonard should work for it, so he and Scott open up a lemonade stand. Unfortunately, there are already several lemonade stands on his block. So, while Leonard is sulking over having no ideas as to how to get his skateboard, Leonard decides to go in to get some Chocolate Milk, to which Scott comes up with a revolutionary dish — A Fresh and Frozey Chocolachino. The Chocolachinos start selling like hot cakes, but Scott and Leonard start to run out of ingredients. This time, Scott comes up with something less than revolutionary — ice. Scott masquerades the ice as low-calorie Chocolachinos, hoping the public would be gullible enough to buy any. At first they do, but when they realize it's just ice, they demand refunds.
Afterward, Scott realizes the errors of his ways and to make it up to the neighborhood, they both make and give out free cookies to everyone. When a customer asks if they have any milk, Scott then decides to start selling milk for a dollar each, which will allow Leonard to buy the scooter.
|Kevin Schon||Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II|
|Shaun Fleming||Leonard Helperman, Boy #1|
|Debra Jo Rupp||Mary Lou Helperman, Grandma Rose|
|David Ogden Stiers||Mr. Jolly|
|Jeff Bennett||Max, Male customers, Boy #2|
|Sharonlee McLean||Female customers|
|Mae Whitman||Leslie Dunkling, Girls #1, #2 and #3|
Pretty Boy is seen laughing with Mr. Jolly and the others, but his voice is not heard.
- Moral: Don't cut corners to get what you want.
- This episode along with Strickler's Pet was the first new episode that premiered on Toon Disney.
- This is also the first episode to fully feature Kevin Schon as Spot/Scott's voice.