Teamo Supremo

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Teamo Supremo

Teamo Supremo is an animated television series created by Disney. It tells of three superhero kids: Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl. These three protect their state from all sorts of supervillains, such as the evil Baron Blitz, and the shape-changing femme fatale known as Madam Snake.

The series made its premiere on Disney's One Saturday Morning block on January 20, 2002, where almost all of its first season aired. However, it started regularly airing on Toon Disney in September of that same year, where most of its second season premiered. During spring of 2003, about half of its third season premiered on ABC Kids. In September of that year, it was taken off of ABC Kids to make room for Lilo & Stitch: The Series, leaving the rest of the episodes to premiere on Toon Disney. 39 episodes were made, with 75 total stories.



Teamo Supremo

  • Crandall a.k.a. Captain Crandall - Leader of Teamo Supremo. He thinks that he is an alien from another planet (and probably is). He is often addressed as "Cap" by his teammates. His skin has been known to turn purple when he gets very angry. His gadgets include a special Level 7 belt, as well as a yo-yo, marbles, boomerang, and shield. Voice: Spencer Breslin.
  • Hector Felipe Corrio a.k.a. Skate Lad - Mexican member of Teamo. Is the state's skateboarding champion. His main gadget is a patriotic skateboard that has jet engines in it. Voice: Alanna Ubach.
  • Brenda a.k.a. Rope Girl - Girl member of Teamo. She always speaks with a Western drawl. Her gadget is a jumprope which has the ability to transform her into Rope Girl. She and Crandall seem to have romantic feelings for each other. Voice: Alanna Ubach.

Other Good Guys

  • Governor Kevin - The "groovy" governor of the state they live in. Voice: Martin Mull.
  • Chief Epsilon - The chief of police, mainly referred to as "Chief". His last name, Epsilon, has been given in a few episodes. He looks somewhat like Mr. Spacely from The Jetsons. Voice: Brian Doyle-Murray.
  • "Earth Mom" - Crandall's mother. He refers to her as "Earth Mom" since he thinks he is an alien. She is completely oblivious to the fact that Crandall and his friends are superheroes (or so it may seem). Voice: Julia Sweeney.
  • Jean - Crandall's older sister. She always has a different career that she wants to be in every episode. Voice: Rachel Crane.
  • Mr. Paulson - The eccentric director of Level 7, a top-secret facility that makes Teamo's gadgets. Voice: Fred Willard.
  • Samantha - Paulson's assistant.
  • Mrs. Woolingantz - Teamo's schoolteacher who often excuses them if Governor Kevin needs them. She doesn't assign much homework, but gets angry when it isn't done.
  • Action the Dog - Crandall's dog. He is sometimes called to help Teamo in certain missions, ala Ace, The Bat-Hound.
  • The Silver Shield a.k.a. Gordon - Crandall's grandfather, who has had a Captain America-like superhero identity.
  • The Dark Talon a.k.a. Nick - Crandall's other grandfather, who has had a Batman-like superhero identity.
  • Hector's Mom - Hector's mother, obviously. Although mostly called "Hector's Mom", she was addressed as "Mrs. Corrio" in one episode, thus revealing Hector's last name.
  • "The Twins" - Hector's unnamed twin sisters, who often speak gibberish in unison.
  • Brenda's Mom - Brenda's mother, whom she seems to get her western accent from.
  • Barclae a.k.a. Diaper Dude - Brenda's baby brother, who once helped Teamo in one of their adventures.
  • Teamo's Dads - Teamo's respective fathers, but not much is known about them as they've only been seen in one episode. Crandall's dad seems to read the newspaper a lot, and Hector's dad runs a skateboard shop.
  • Patience - The Chief's daughter. She has her mother's figure and her father's vocal cords. Voice: Vene Arcoraci.
  • Mauricio the Comedian - A black comedian.
  • Tiffany Javelins a.k.a. the Songstress a.k.a. Sally Smith - A teen singer whom Brenda idolizes. Originally worked for the Mischevious Manager, but turned good afterwards. (Strangely, Toon Disney's official site for the show ( still labels her as a villain.)
  • Captain Excellent - An old superhero whom Crandall idolizes.
  • B. Barry Berylium - Chief editor of the state's newspaper, The Stately Planet. He prefers being addressed as "Chief" over "Sir".
  • Ollie Jimson - A rookie news journalist who works for Mr. Berylium, who finds it annoying that Ollie never calls him "Chief".
  • Viva Voom - Governor Kevin's Dutch girlfriend from high school. She is now a movie actress, but still has her relationship with Kevin.
  • A certain teenage blonde is usually the one to tell Mrs. Woolingantz that Governor Kevin needs Teamo's help. Her name was never revealed in the series, nor did she ever actually have dialogue (she always whispers to the teacher). Interestingly, the first time she appeared on the show, she looked as though she was the kids' age and handed a note to Mrs. Woolingantz rather than whispering.
  • The state's newscaster always pops up on TV to deliver news. His name was never revealed either.


  • Baron Blitz - A blue man with a German accent. He is known for taking control of wax statues, and later on bronze statues and animatronics. Voice: Maurice LaMarche.
  • Technor the Mechanized Man - Originally invented by Paulson to be a robot psychologist; now power-hungry. His henchmen are called TechnoCreeps, and he often travels in his power-sucking Magna Body.
  • Chopper Daddy - A motorcycle-themed villain.
  • Scooter Lad a.k.a. Snake a.k.a. Justin - Chopper Daddy's son, who rides a scooter. He has twice tricked Teamo into believing they could trust him. Voice: Pamela Segall.
  • The Birthday Bandit a.k.a. B.B. the Clown - A clown gone bad. Often robs birthday parties and other special occassions. Is always accompanied by three similarly-dressed henchmen, the Party Favors, one of which is named Evelyn. He briefly changed his name to the Valentine Bandit when he kidnapped Viva Voom. Voice: Mark Hamill.
  • Madam Snake - A femme fatale with the ability to change her appearance.
  • Mr. Large - A stereotypical mob leader who likes large items. Unlike most of the villains on the show, his henchmen have names: Ernie the Hat, Mickey the Shirt, and Rosie the Purse.
  • Helius Inflato - A guy who can inflate himself and fly, hence his name. He wants to build a casino in the state, but isn't allowed to.
  • Laser Pirate a.k.a. Larry - A former colleague of Paulson, he is the only pirate that doesn't like water due to a college incident. His hideout is a skyscraper that flies around (a possible homage to Monty Python's The Meaning of Life). Voice: Tim Curry.
  • The Gauntlet a.k.a. Crawford - Formerly one of Paulson's coworkers, he continually wreaks havoc with a pair of powerful Gauntlets he's always able to steal. Voice: Wallace Shawn.
  • Hypnotheria - A hypnosis-themed villain. Voice: April Winchell.
  • Dehydro - A water-themed baddie. He has a habit of repeating himself, and repeating himself is what he does. He overreiterates, and says things too many times.
  • Mr. Vague - A rather dull bad guy with grey skin. He's never specific.
  • Electronica a.k.a. Polly Pixel - A former video game designer furious over the fact that players constantly beat her games using cheating devices.
  • "Big Skull" - An alien supervillian/real estate baron. His real name is pronounced by clicking your teeth together three times.

Episode List

  1. "In the Beginning..." / "Duly Deputized Super Agents!"
  2. "And Then There Were Two..." / "Who Invited the Birthday Bandit?"
  3. "My Sister the Spy!" / "Sinister Substitute!"
  4. "Grounded!" / "The Baron and the Baby Brother!"
  5. "The Chief's New Groove" / "Capitol Offense!"
  6. "Danger: Dirigibles!" / "Enter the Cheapskate!"
  7. "Appetite For... Dessert!" / "It's Crandall's Birthday - Bandit!"
  8. "The Sinister Stylist" / "Running the Gauntlet!"
  9. "Attack of the Stuffed Stuff!" / "Reservoir Frogs!"
  10. "Sounds of the Songstress!" / "Calling Captain Excellent!"
  11. "Pogo Panic!" / "Enter Dr. 'Droid!"
  12. "Mr. Vague Does Something..." / "The Big Put-Down!"
  13. "The Return of Technor!" / "A Monumental Crisis!"
  14. "You Better Start Calling Me Chief!" / "When Elements Unite!"
  15. "The Haunted House on Horror Hill!" / "An Appointment With the Dentist!"
  16. "Getaway Car-Go!" / "Enter Lord Druid!"
  17. "Electronica's Game!" / "The Angler's Angle!"
  18. "Thog the Caveman Returns!" / "Mr. Large's Slippery Scheme"
  19. "Out of the Past!" / "The Sinister Shillelagh!"
  20. "The Parents From Another Planet!" / "The Birthday Bash!"
  21. "The Sinister Sloppy Joe!" / "Sun, Surf, Sand... and Skull?"
  22. "The Big Image Problem!" / "Not on My Cinco De Mayo!"
  23. "Things That Go Bump in the Night!" / "Will of the People!"
  24. "Happy Holidays Mr. Gruff" / "The Grandfather Show"
  25. "Electronica's Game 2!" / "Tossing the Gauntlet!"
  26. "Doin' the Supremo!" / "Beware of the Bungler!"
  27. "Going It Alone" / "Out to Dry"
  28. "Play It Again Songstress!"
  29. "Brenda's Birthday Bandit!" / "Raising The State"
  30. "Welcome to the Magna Mall!" / "The Baron's Blitz!"
  31. "Pyrite and Pirate" / "The Chief of Cheer!"
  32. "Cloaked Paulson, Mr. Skull" + "3, 2, 1... Teamo!"
  33. "Something Cheesy Comes This Way" / "Cartoons of Doom!"
  34. "State of Chaos" / "Science Friction!"
  35. "Will You Be My Valentine Bandit?" / "Unidentifiable Goopy Substance!"
  36. "The Mark of the Comrade Z"
  37. "Teamo Rocks!" / "The Wrath of Scooter Lad"
  38. "Word Search" / "Micro Supremo"
  39. "The Governor's Analyst" / "The Gauntlet's New Gloves!"


  • Teamo Supremo perhaps marks the first original (not based on a movie) action show done by Disney since Gargoyles.
  • The show was advertised on the insert for the House of Mouse soundtrack CD, which came out on September 11, 2001, the day of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
  • Episode 4 ("Grounded!" / "The Baron and the Baby Brother!"), which marked the first appearance of Mr. Large, was held back from airing on ABC, instead premiering on Toon Disney. However, prior to its first Toon Disney airing, episode 18 ("Thog the Caveman Returns!" / "Mr. Large's Slippery Scheme!") was shown during a preview marathon. Because of this, there is some confusion in the original airing order.
  • Episode 35 ("Will You Be My Valentine Bandit?" / "Uncontrollable Goopy Substance!") is never shown in Toon Disney's rerun rotation of the show. It was aired only once, on March 14, 2004, and in a bad time slot. Why exactly Toon Disney only showed this episode once is unknown, especially considering that some clips from it were featured in the advertisements for the "New For You!" show.
  • The last episode of the show, "The Gauntlet's New Gloves!", ends with revealing that Crandall's mom not only secretly knows of Teamo's real identities, but has apparently been keeping a secret from Crandall. Unfortunately, due to the show being cancelled, it is unknown what exactly she is talking about.

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