|U.S. Air Date||April 12th, 2002|
|Directed by||Ennio Torresan, Jr.|
|Written by||Billiam Coronel|
|Previous||Attack of the Fifty Inch Girl|
|Next||The Blight Before Christmas|
At school, kids are "flipping" cards: that is, throwing baseball cards into a circle, and whoever gets the closest to the circle gets the other player's cards. Scott is fantastic at it, while Leonard is terrible. Scott teaches Leonard how to play, and Leonard becomes better than Scott, and wins everyone's cards, rendering the game entirely pointless. So, Scott wants to get his mojo back and beat Leonard, who has become a bad sport, as he does not want to relinquish the others' cards.
In the meantime, Mr. Jolly makes buildings out of playing cards as Pretty Boy does various methods to blow it down.
|Nathan Lane||Scott Leadready II|
|Shaun Fleming||Leonard Helperman|
|Jerry Stiller||Pretty Boy|
|David Ogden Stiers||Mr. Jolly|
|Rob Paulsen||Ian Wazselewski, Buddy, Fourth graders, Strickler's old friends #1 and #2, additional voices|
|Kevin Schon||Scott's singing voice|
|Pamela Segall Adlon||Tyler, Taylor and Trevor, Teddy Naven, Strickler's old friend #3|
|Wallace Shawn||Principal Strickler|
- Moral: If you want respect, you have to be respectful to others, do not put them down or make them feel small.
- Strickler references the famous entertainer, Bing Crosby during his story.
- The kids in the flashback could be Tyler, Trevor, and Taylor's fathers.
An English and Tagalog widescreen Dub exists online.