Mandy-o & Eric-et (Sidekick)

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Mandy-o & Eric-et
Sidekicks and Hench-girls are forbidden to be forever! - Maxum Brain
Series: Sidekick
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: Overall: 76
Season: 24 (12b)
Air Date: March 24, 2012
Writer: Richard Clark
Director: Joey So
Kerry Sargent
Previous episode: Adventures in Super Sitting
Next episode: Sidekick Sideshow

"Mandy-o & Eric-et" is the first half of episode 12 and the 23rd episode of Season 2, as well as the 75th episode of Sidekick.


Henchmen and Sidekicks do not want to see Eric and Mandy together considering that they show conflicts. Eric and Mandy's friendship is as normal as it can be but not everyone is a fan of this friendship, and this stages a showdown between good and evil.

Why Henchmen and Sidekicks Do Not Collide

  1. This episode is cruel and mean-spirited to the other characters, excluding Eric and Mandy.
  2. When the previous episodes "Match Dot Com" and "Henchmen for a Day" have major plot holes, this episode is shown to resolve this plot hole in the last minute. The former would have fixed the plot hole early when people in Splittsboro believe Mandy Struction is a villain, not this.
  3. Plot hole: Drinking frozen milkshakes and eating spicy chili can lead to getting stomachaches.
  4. Cindy Struction is very unlikable to Mandy, despite hanging out with Eric well because she said to her that the Library of Evil was closed. So, Mandy lied to her about hanging out in the "Supervillain Old Age Home" until she told the truth when she met Eric.
  5. Cindy also stomps and destroys her house using the shoes because "Good and Evil cannot mix".
    • She also stomps once during the party scene, just to make other villains get attention to her.
  6. Even Maxum Brain is unlikable to Eric when he understands that good and evil cannot fraternize.
  7. Eric lied about not hanging out with Mandy at the party, which contradicts Maxum Brain's rules in the previous pointer.
  8. Mandy shooting Eric's eyes using a laser is very dangerous and it will result in cataracts or pink eyes.
  9. She also attempted to shoot everyone in her party, showing how mean-spirited she is in this episode.
  10. The citizens of the evil side of the town become hateful of Mandy and Eric, so they attempted to shoot lasers and activate traps, but they fail as they survive them instead.
  11. After Henchmen and Sidekicks chase the two, Eric uses the freeze ray to fake their deaths.
  12. Bad Ending: As Eric talked about this situation, Maxum Brain and Cindy join forces and chase Eric once again. Meanwhile, Mandy meets Trevor and his clone to just make a pointless conversation.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Eric Needles is the only likable character in this episode.
  2. Cindy and Maxum Brain are right about Eric and Mandy as both Sidekicks and Henchmen were enemies.


  • In the UK, CBBC aired this episode and ''Adventures in Super-Sitting'' in a Double Bill on February 20th, 2015, due to the mother of a Sidekick fan asking them to do it.
  • This is the second episode where Vana is the antagonist for the entire episode, the first being "Gone GaGa".
  • This is also the second episode where Kitty is the antagonist for the entire episode, the first being "Teenage Mummies in Love".
  • This is the only episode where Eric is chased by the angry mob.
  • This is also the only episode where Mayor Swift, Master Xox, Maxum Brain, Vana, Kitty, and all the citizens of Splitsboro are the secondary antagonists for the entire episode.
  • The episode's title is a parody of the Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet.


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