Johnny is tired of being annoyed and tied up by Hugh. So Susan and Mary switch Johnny and Hugh's brains after the two make a bet that involves taking on each other's lives.
Why It Rocks
Dukey's famous quote "It's like that every day in this house!", summing up all the noise and stress here.
The plot is somewhat creative here, as it has Johnny and Hugh switching minds when constantly fighting with each other by Susan and Mary.
The horse carriage & Valentine's heart Eugene creates & gets for Susan and Mary look pretty cool.
Some emotional moments, such as Johnny and Hugh in their swapped minds wanting to be reverted back & give each other a hug.
The way Johnny and Hugh both defeat Bumper is clever here, with Bumper tripping over the truckload of toys in Johnny's room and Hugh shooting boiled brussel sprouts into his mouth.
Decent Ending: Johnny and Hugh in their swapped minds promise to do the things they don't like, and although Lila gets mad at them along with Susan and Mary for cutting school, switching brains & burning the house, she does have a point on working all day and coming home to a burnt house - and it ends with Susan and Lila switching minds.
The start was pretty bad, with Hugh cruelly bathing Johnny, shoving lots of brussel sprouts in his mouth using his marshmallow shooter and even tying Johnny in the bathroom just because he didn't brush his teeth, when he had a hard day at school.
Depending on your view, it wasn't really that great of an episode, mainly due to the aforementioned start, and Johnny in Hugh's body constantly getting tortured at school with him being used as a ball, gets detention for 4 days by Mr Teacherman just for being late and having no homework and gets picked on just for spelling a word wrong, Bumper eats his meatloaf sandwich and gets stuffed by a locker. The same thing can be said for Hugh in Johnny's body.