Secret Agent Zero

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Secret Agent Zero
Secret Agent Zero
No more Sportscandy in LazyTown.
Episode no. 27
Original airdate October 21, 2005
Story by: Magnús Scheving
Gudmundur Thor Karason
Written by: Noah Zachary
Cole Louie
Magnús Scheving
Directed by: Jonathan Judge
Magnús Scheving
Featured song(s) "Man on a Mission"
Robbie's Disguise(s) Fordmil Meansbad
Guest character(s) -
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Robbie Rotten tricks the LazyTowners into believing that he has won the town election for Mayor. Stephanie and the kids figure out that he cheated, and Mayor Meanswell becomes a secret agent. With the help of Sportacus, he finds out how Robbie cheated, and regains the office of Mayor.

Plot synopsis


Sportacus is brushing his teeth and then attempts to throw his toothbrush back into its slot in the wall but accidentally throws it out of his airship. He yells for his Skychaser which drops from the bottom of the airship, proceeds to jump off his airship platform onto the falling skychaser, chases down the toothbrush, catches it, and flies back to the airship. From there he leaps to his airship's pole platform where he performs a series of straight-bodied swings around on the pole.

Main episode


Robbie Rotten is in his lair, talking to himself about how close he was. The puppet swings around on his orange chair. Robbie yells that he's had enough of puppets.


  • The name of Robbie's disguise, Fordmil Meansbad, is a pun / spoonerism on the name Milford Meanswell.
  • The shoe phone could be a reference to the 1960's American sitcom Get Smart, the main character in which had a similar shoe phone gadget. However, this idea has been used often in various films and TV shows since, so it may not be a direct reference to Get Smart, specifically.
  • Of the many spy spoofs used in the episode, the opening shot from James Bond is used in a scene with the mayor.
  • Robbie's Fordmil Meansbad puppet is one of the Wit Puppets created by Guðmundur Þór Kárason before the LazyTown TV series was conceptualized.