Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 20 November 27, 2009 (2009-11-27) November 8, 2010 (2010-11-08)
2 21 October 11, 2010 (2010-10-11)[2] December 9,2011

[[[List of I'm in the Band episodes|edit]]] Season 1: 2009-2010Edit

Series # Season # Episode title Directed by Written by Original U.S. air date Production code
1 1 "Weasels in the House" Shelley Jensen Michael B. Kaplan & Ron Rappaport November 27, 2009 (2009-11-27) 101

Tripp Campbell wins the chance to have dinner with his favorite band, Iron Weasel. He uses the opportunity to audition as the band's new lead guitarist. He later books them to perform at his highschool, fooling the band into thinking they are being honored as "Band of the Century", but they are actually crashing a teacher appreciation assembly. In the end, the band is hurt when they learn that the whole thing was a teacher appreciation assembly and that Tripp had tricked them. But despite this, the guys understand why Tripp lied. They then accept him as the newest member of Iron Weasel.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Pull My Finger", "Weasel Rock You" (The theme song played in the beginning of every episode)

Notes: A reference to the series' original name Viper Slap is made in which during a Music Awards Show, a band named "Viper Slap" wins a set of awards, in which Iron Weasel steal. This episode premiered as "sneak preview" after the world premiere of the Disney XD original film Skyrunners, the following episode was promoted as the show's "premiere" episode.

2 2 "I Wanna Punch Stuff" Adam Weissman Eric Friedman January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18) 106

After Tripp is dumped by Lana, the hottest girl in his class, he takes out his anger by writing a song called "I Wanna Punch Stuff". On the other hand, Tripp invites Iron Weasel's former roadie and MMA fighter Ernesto the Besto, who wants revenge after they pantsed him during his proposal, declaring that he will 'destroy them'. Tripp confronts him by offering to let him use his song as Ernesto's entrance music for his fight. Tripp, however, gets back together with Lana and is unable to complete the song. The band members of Iron Weasel try to get Lana to dump Tripp again so he will be angry enough to finish Ernesto's song, which succeeds. After performing the song at Ernesto's fight, Derek accidentally pants Ernesto again with his microphone stand, though later on he is jailed for "running vacant through town, pantsing innocent, pants wearing bystanders".

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "I Wanna Punch Stuff"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Guest Star: Don Yates as Ernesto

3 3 "Slap Goes the Weasel" Gerry Cohen Denise Stasichin January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25) 105

Iron Weasel's reputation is compromised when Tripp uploads a video of the band's signature "Weasel Slap", which ends up hurting a fan who tries the move.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Chucky's Song"

Note: When Izzy auditions to be Iron Weasel's backup singer for their upcoming gig, she sings one of their songs. However, they did not create this song until "Birthdazed". This is also the only episode not to air in the UK as of this date. Guest Stars: Annemarie Johnson as Janet King and Zayne Emory as Charles

4 4 "Annoying Arlene" Shelley Jensen Ron Rappaport February 1, 2010 (2010-02-01) 102

Tripp finds out his annoying classmate, Arlene Roca (Raini Rodriguez)'s dad is Barry Roca (Carlos Alazraqui), famous record producer. He asks her to give an Iron Weasel demo CD to her dad, but realizes it has the song "Annoying Arlene" on it, which Tripp recorded to test out the band's new recording equipment. Tripp, Derek, Burger and Ash must find a way to swap it out before Barry listens to it and their chance of a recording deal slips away. Meanwhile, Tripp also pursues foreign exchange student Bianca Ortega who lives with the Roca's. The band sneak into Arlene's house, with Tripp taking Arlene out on a date after pressure from the band, and attempt to switch the CD's behind Arlene's back. Tripp pretends to be Arlene's boyfriend after Bianca sees him holding her, as she threatens to refuse to give the demo CD to her dad, and leaves Arlene and Bianca arguing about 'spain sending Arlene back because she had an inner ear infection' so the band can escape. At the end, the band realise that they have accidentally given Barry Tripp's mother's version of "I'll Never Learn", the song that was on the demo CD.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "I'll Never Learn", "Annoying Arlene" Guest Star: Camila Banus as Bianca Ortega

5 5 "Got No Class" Shelley Jensen Rick Nyholm February 8, 2010 (2010-02-08) 110

Tripp and the band shoot a music video at his school for their song, "Got No Class", and have disguises ready to put on, in case Principal Strickland finds them. The band heckles Ash for taking his janitor disguise literally, so he quits the band and decides to become a full time janitor. Now, Tripp, Derek and Burger need to make Ash feel appreciated and convince him to come back to the band.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Got No Class"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Guest Star: Zack Ward as Xander

6 6 "Cat-Astrophe" Shelley Jensen Michael B. Kaplan February 15, 2010 (2010-02-15) 103

Arlene invites Tripp and his band mates over to her house for a gathering honoring the demise of Hip Hop. The band is overjoyed at the opportunity to impress Arlene’s record producer father with their rock ‘n’ roll song “Pretty Bitter,” and celebrate the demise of hip hop music and the resurgence of rock ‘n’ roll. Unfortunately, Hip Hop turns out to be a cat and they quickly realize they are at a funeral and not an industry party. Through a series of hysterical antics, Iron Weasel manages to turn their misunderstanding around and awe Barry with a rock song honoring Hip Hop the cat. In the end, the guys have a funeral for Ash's fish who had just died. Tripp is also proud to present Ash with a new fish, "Sushi II". Unfortunately, when Burger tries to play a song in honor of the first Sushi, his bass electrocutes touches Sushi II's fishbowl. They then have a second funeral.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Pretty Bitter/Kitty Litter" Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy

7 7 "Flip of Doom" Shelley Jensen Richard Gurman February 22, 2010 (2010-02-22) 109

Iron Weasel is set to compete in a televised "Rock Off" against the reigning champs, the Diamond Sharks. While Tripp is worried the band won’t be able to pull off their famous stunt, the Flip of Doom, the girls of Diamond Sharks try to use their charm to distract Iron Weasel and sabotage their chances at winning.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Pull My Finger"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Guest Star: Ian Reed Kesler as Stu Littwin

8 8 "Birthdazed" Shelley Jensen Richard Gurman March 15, 2010 (2010-03-15) 108

Tripp's birthday arrives with Beth (Tripp's mom) and Iron Weasel throwing him a party on the same day. Beth throws him a kids party, while Iron Weasel are throw him a rocker party. He doesn't want to upset anyone so he keeps dashing from place to place. In the end, everyone finds out but Beth lets Tripp have what he wants, understanding that he needs to grow up. The band perform the love song that they have been trying to write, inspired by Tripp's mother's lullaby.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "You're My Baby" Guest Stars: Eve Bremmer as Grandma Nana and Grayson Russell as Martin

9 9 "Geezers Rock!" Rich Correll Ron Rappaport April 30, 2010 (2010-04-30) 113

Iron Weasel decide to record a charity single for Tripp's grandmother's retirement home. But when the band purposely spends the money from the song on a sky-diving trip, They must perform community service to pay off their debt to the home.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Geezers Rock!", "I Wanna Punch Stuff"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Guest Stars: James Hong as Leon, Tom Fitzpatrick as Harry and Regan Burns as Mr. Morton

10 10 "Spiders, Snakes and Clowns" Paul Lazarus Ryan Levin May 7, 2010 (2010-05-07) 107

Tripp gets Iron Weasel parts in a film called "Spiders, Snakes, and Clowns". Unfortunately, the band is too scared to be a part of it, Burger being afraid of spiders, Derek being afraid of snakes, and Ash being afraid of clowns. Izzy tries to convince the director to let her be the part of the film.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Spiders, Snakes, and Clowns" Guest Star: Khary Payton as Kaz Ridley

11 11 "Magic Tripp" Adam Weissman Michael B. Kaplan June 28, 2010 (2010-06-28) 112

Tripp convinces Iron Weasel's former manager Vic Blaylock to meet for dinner and consider representing them again. Everything goes smoothly until Tripp touches Derek's motorcycle wrecking it causing Derek to lash out at Burger and Ash thinking they wrecked it. Vic Blaylock then becomes uncomfortable because it was the band's frequent arguing that led him to quit as the band's manager. At a last resort, Derek performs some magic tricks with Tripp to win him over, which doesn't go to plan and Tripp stands up to Vic, saying that he is the problem, not the band's constant arguing and needs to loosen up before he is right to manage them. Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Face Down in a Plate of Nachos"

12 12 "What Happened?" Shelley Jensen Ryan Levin July 5, 2010 (2010-07-05) 115

A number of unfortunate events occur delaying Iron Weasel from performing at a huge concert including, the band van breaking down on the highway and a pregnant woman named Iris, claiming to be Iron Weasel's biggest fan, picking them up and offering to drop them off at the concert who then goes into labor, and Derek helping to deliver the baby. Burger constantly knocks himself out throughout the trip due to his hand stuck in a vase, which allows the band to be given a ride to the concert by the ambulance. Despite missing the concert, the band play their new song for Iris and her new baby, who Derek names "Derek Jr." since he was the one who delivered the baby.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Rock Hard or Go Home"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Notes: The episode is a parody of the comedy film The Hangover.

13 13 "Road Tripp" Rich Correll Rick Nyholm July 12, 2010 (2010-07-12) 104

Tripp books a concert tour for Iron Weasel but the cramped space of the band van annoys the members interfering with making it to their gigs.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Band Van"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Note: This episode premiered in Disney Channel Hong Kong on June 25, 2010 and on Disney XD UK and Ireland on June 16, 2010.

14 14 "Prank Week" Shelley Jensen Mike Montesano & Ted Zizik July 19, 2010 (2010-07-19) 117
Tripp plots revenge after Iron Weasel embarrasses him with a prank in front of the entire school by making him fart and pulling down his trousers in front of his date revealing his red underpants, but worse, Ernesto returns to get revenge. Meanwhile, Izzy is determined to pull a prank on Tripp.
15 15 "Money Bags" Shelley Jensen Rick Nyholm July 26, 2010 (2010-07-26) 116

Tripp gets back with Lana and encourages her to be less materialistic. But with Lana's new attitude means that she will not splurge money unnecessarily, that includes not hiring Iron Weasel for her birthday party and multiple monthly parties. Derek, Burger and Ash come up with a plan to try to change her attitude by throwing a party for Izzy to make Lana jealous. Note: This episode premiered in Disney XD Latin America on July 18, 2010

16 16 "Bleed Guitarist" Shelley Jensen Ron Rappaport August 23, 2010 (2010-08-23) 120

Iron Weasel's former guitarist, Bleed, shows up and plots to have Tripp kicked out of the band. He blames Tripp for breaking his guitar, and he gets a gig at an 18 and older club which Tripp can't play at. Meanwhile, Izzy, who has a gigantic crush on Bleed, follows him everywhere and reveals what he did. When they discover Bleed's treachery, Tripp challenges him to a guitar duel.

Guest Star: Bryan Callen as Bleed Note: This episode premiered in Disney XD Latin America on August 16, 2010. Also, the title of the episode is a parody of the Jimmy Eat World album Bleed American, which title was changed to a self title due to the September 11 attacks.

17 17 "Izzy Gonna Sing?" Shelley Jensen Michael B. Kaplan October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18) 119

After getting a gig at a night club that goes way back with the band, Derek loses his voice from celebrating. Meanwhile, Izzy is persistant in singing with group, so she makes her own demo and gives it to Tripp. Tripp doesn't listen to it until Ash accidentally turns it on. When they ask her to fill in, she refuses because Tripp had called her dreams "rock fantasies". Eventually, she gives in. Later, at the club, Derek's voice returns and Izzy can't sing lead anymore. Tripp feels bad for her and tricks Derek into losing his voice again. Tripp then announces that Izzy will be filling in for Derek. In the end, she becomes an "honorary Weasel".

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "I Got Your Back" Note: This episode also premiered on Disney XD Latin America on August 14, 2010

18 18 "Weasels vs. Robots" Adam Weissman Eric Friedman October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25) 111

The band comes to Career Fair at Tripp's school and "steals Jared's thunder" about being cool for a day, leaving Tripp to choose between the band and his friendship with Jared. Tripp heals his friendship by sabotaging the band's performance and getting the band and Jared on the cover. Beth wants to be a cooler mom so she quits her job as dental hygienist to become a pychologist. She eventually goes back to her old job because she can't even help Tripp with his problem. Iron Weasel Song(s) Featured: "Band Van"

19 19 "Happy Fun Metal Rock Time" Rich Correll Steve Jarcsak & Shawn Thomas November 1, 2010 (2010-11-01) 114

Tripp books the band to appear in the Japanese game show "Happy Fun Metal Rock Time" which is being hosted at Tripp's house. But after accidentally spilling paint all over Principal Strickland, Tripp has to stay after school for detention. In the end, Beth feels sorry for Tripp missing the interview and gets him, but Tripp convinces Jared to take the detention, in time for Iron Weasel to perform, although Tripp and Jared didn't make the switch so Jared ends up playing for the band and Tripp arrives to play, but Beth realizes it, Tripp gets in trouble and the band did not get the "Gong of Approval" which makes all of Japan buy their music.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Pretty Bitter"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Note: This episode premiered in Disney XD Latin America on July 4, 2010

20 20 "Last Weasel Standing" Shelley Jensen Denise Stasichin November 8, 2010 (2010-11-08) 118

The band gets their own reality show without Tripp knowing about it. But when the ratings are not what they expected, the guys decide to fabricate some arguing to encourage viewership. Soon, the insults begin to hurt each other's feelings with all of them competing for a solo deal. In the end, Tripp gets the band back together to sing and protest against the director.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "That's the Weasel Way"

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Note: This episode premiered in Disney XD Latin America on August 1, 2010. Every time Burger got hit with tubes, he makes references to NBA players like Yao Ming, Pau Gasol, Ray Allen, Manu Ginóbili, Dirk Nowitzki etc.

[[[List of I'm in the Band episodes|edit]]] Season 2: 2010−2011Edit

Series # Season # Episode title Directed by Written by Original U.S. air date Production code
21 1 "Weasels on Deck" Shelley Jensen Michael B. Kaplan October 11, 2010 (2010-10-11) 204

Iron Weasel are aboard the S.S. Tipton. Because they snuck onto the ship, they pretend to be a group of contortonist brothers, but the actual contortonist brothers are jewel thieves who are being hunted down by the police of their native country. Because of this predicament, the band seeks help from Cody and Zack Martin. They do get to perform for Mr. Tipton thanks to Ash's apology.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Smells Like Fun"

Special Guest Stars: Dylan and Cole Sprouse as Cody Martin and Zack Martin and Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Notes: This episode is a crossover with the Disney Channel Original Series, The Suite Life on Deck and was only counted as an "I'm in the Band" episode. This episode was aired in the middle of Season 1 however was meant to be a Season 2 episode. This is a special airing of a Season 2 episode.

22-23 2-3 "I'm Out of the Band" Shelley Jensen Michael B. Kaplan &

Ron Rappaport

January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17) 201-202

Arch-rival rock band "Metal Wolf" ask Tripp to join them but he refuses at first, until he gets in a fight with the Weasels about how Metal Wolf is a huge success because they focus on the work and music instead of goofing off like Iron Weasel so he decides to take up the offer and join Metal Wolf.; After joining Metal Wolf, Tripp thinks that now he can live his rock star dream and live as wild and crazy as possible. But Metal Wolf, off the stage, are tamed, well-behaved and posers that only play for the money and not the music. So Tripp rethinks his choice and wants to go back to Iron Weasel and the band feels the same. They go to Paris, where Metal Wolf is playing, to ask Tripp to come back, but after hearing from Metal Wolf that they are playing the Super Bowl they decide to let him stay with them as this may be his only chance to play an event this big. Izzy, who became Metal Wolf's lacky, comes back from waxing their limo to see Iron Weasel taking advantage of Metal Wolf's hotel room and get pampered, tells them that Tripp hates Metal Wolf and wanted to rejoin Iron Weasel. So they all go to get Tripp back but face guards, Jerry Rice and Metal Wolf.

Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Never Turning Back"

Special Guest Star: Jerry Rice as Himself Notes: This is a special hour long episode. Though not the first episode of the season to air, it was promoted as the second season opener and is also the first one in production order.

24 4 "Iron Weasel: The Video Game" Shelley Jensen Eric Friedman January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24) 203

The guys get a chance to get their own Iron Weasel video game developed by Gamer Planet, but prove themselves too demanding to Ms. Dempsey (guest star Genevieve Hannelius), the kid founder of the company, and the creation of their game was declined. The band decides to sneak into Gamer Planet and try to create the game themselves, but end up getting caught arguing and behaving like toddlers. The band receives "Iron Weasel: Baby Fight", a game based on their behavior.

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy Iron Weasel song(s) featured: "Rock Hard or Go Home"

25 5 "Extreme Weasel Makeover" Joel Zwick Richard Gurman January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31) 209

Iron Weasel attempts to get Simon Craig (Alan Thicke), a famed music producer, to sign them on as clients. But when Simon makes them change their entire image, music and name to "Thunder Monkey", the guys need to rethink their decision to stay with him. Meanwhile, Ash has been bitten by a venomous spider on both hands. Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy

26 6 "Camp Weasel Rock" February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07)
Iron Weasel decides to make a camp to teach little kids how to rock, but the kids get out of hand.
A Bass From The Past Paul Lazarus 2011 (2011) 207

Dave A Old Friend's Of Tripp & Used To Date Izzy Visits & Reveals He Was The Old Bass Player In Iron Weasel Before Burger & Decides To Pay a Visit Burger Then Feels Lefted Out & Quits The Band

Meanwhile Izzy Reveals He Still Has Feelings For Dave & Tries To Win Him Back With Help From Derek

Iron Weasel Thiefs 2011 (2011) 210
"Who Dunnit?"[3] Steve Jarczak &

Shawn Thomas

2011 (2011) 212
The band temporarily moves in with producer Simon Craig to enjoy the comforts of his home, but find themselves babysitting his son Chucky. When Chucky goes missing, the band thinks Simon's Murder Mystery party guests are there to help find him.
"Trippnotized"[3] Richard Gurman 2011 (2011) 213
Tripp Gets Hypnotized By Derek And Believes That He Is Izzy's Boyfriend
Iron Weasel Meets Kingston Eric Dean Seaton Rick Nyholm 2011 (2011) 214

Iron Weasel Has A Chance To Do A Duet With Sean Kingston

Special Guest Star Sean Kingston As Himself

"Weasels on So Random Shelley Jensen 2011 (2011) 215

Iron Weasel Appeared As A Performing Band On So Random

Special Guest Stars Demi Lovato As Sonny Murone Tiffany Thornton As Tawni Hart Sterling Knight As Chad Dylan Cooper Doug Brouch As Grady Mitchell Brandon Mychal Smith As Nico Harris Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora Lancaster & Michael Kostroff as Marshall

"Iron Weasel Gets Schooled"[3] 2011 (2011) 216
Tripp Finds Out That Derek Ash Burger Drop Out Of High School
"Kicked Out for Band Behavior"[3] Victor Gonzalez Michael B. Kaplan &

Ron Rappaport

2011 (2011) 217
Beth Kicks The Band Out Of The House After Destroying The House
"Yo Check My House"[3] Eric Friedman 2011 (2011) 218

After burning down the house in the previous episode, the band decide to try and redecorate it whilst Beth is away. They make it totally awesome with lots of arcade games, a ball pit etc. and realise what they've done. Before they can redecorate, the tv show that spcializes at looking a cool houses, Yo Check My House!, comes for a visit so the band must keep Beth away so they don't look lame.

Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy

"Land of the Weasels"[3] Victor Gonzalez 2011 (2011) 220
"Iron Weasel vs. Mega Weasel vs. Mini Weasel"[3] Victor Gonzalez David Shayne 2011 (2011) 221
Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy
"Raiders of the Lost Dad"[3] Victor Gonzalez 2011 (2011) 222
"Ashman Returns"[5] Steve Valentine 2011 (2011) TBA
Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy
"Burning Down the House"[6] Victor Gonzalez Ron Rappaport 2011 (2011) TBA
The band host a cool party in the house including a lot of fire. They leave, and when they return the house is burnt down. They get kicked out until it is revealed that Beth's curling iron was left on, resulting in the fire. At the end, Ash reveals he left the curling iron on.
"Weaselgate"[6] Sean Mulcahy Rick Nyholm 2011 (2011) TBA
Absent: Caitlyn Taylor Love as Izzy
"Prank Week 2"[5]