|Created by||Dave Malkoff|
|Theme music composer|
|Opening theme||"We Got This"|
by Jules LeBlanc and Jayden Bartels
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||22|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Audio format||5.1 surround sound|
|Original release||November 7, 2020 –|
Side Hustle is an American buddy comedy television series created by Dave Malkoff that premiered on Nickelodeon on November 7, 2020. The series stars Jules LeBlanc, Jayden Bartels, Isaiah Crews, Mitchell Berg, and Jacques Chevelle.
In the town of Altoonisburg, smart and sarcastic Lex, tough and confident Presley, and their quirky friend Munchy find themselves in a sticky situation after an accidental mishap destroys a boat belonging to Munchy's dad Principal Tedward. Forced to come up with creative ways to earn money to pay for the damages, the best friends enlist the help of Presley's tech-savvy younger brother Fisher to create an app called "Kid-DING" to connect with people looking for help with small jobs. With Munchy's bossy older brother Jaget making sure they keep up with the payments, the three friends must do any jobs that come their way no matter how crazy they are.
Cast and characters
- Jules LeBlanc as Lex, Presley's best friend who likes school and following the rules
- Jayden Bartels as Presley, Lex's best friend who is tough and confident
- Isaiah Crews as Munchy, Lex and Presley's quirky friend
- Mitchell Berg as Fisher, Presley's younger brother who is a scientific genius and inventor
- Jacques Chevelle as Jaget, Munchy's conventional older brother who doesn't approve of Lex, Presley and Munchy
- Daryl C. Brown as Tedward, Munchy and Jaget's father and Lex and Presley's school principal who orders them to pay for the fire damage to his boat
- Kurt Ela as Alan, Presley and Fisher's quirky father
- Matthew Sato as Spenders, the owner of Presley and Lex's favorite milkshake shop, MicroMooery
- Matte Martinez as Ty, Spenders' cousin who takes over running the Mooery when Spenders leaves town to open a new MicroMooery
Notable guest stars
- Eric Allan Kramer as Briles, a man who works at the city dump
- Kensington Tallman as Ruby, Lex's visiting younger cousin, who develops a crush on Fisher
- Lilimar as Buckles, the owner of Micromooery's competitor, Froyo-Yoyo
- Terry Crews as Nedward, Munchy's uncle and Tedward's brother
- Darci Lynne as The Wombat, a "fixer" who wears a tuxedo
On February 24, 2020, it was announced that Nickelodeon ordered Side Hustle from creator Dave Malkoff, a multi-camera buddy comedy series starring Annie LeBlanc as Lex and Jayden Bartels as Presley. Also starring in the series are Isaiah Crews – son of actor Terry Crews – as Munchy, Mitchell Berg as Fisher, and Jacques Chevelle as Jaget. Production began in Los Angeles in March 2020 for a premiere later in 2020. Dave Malkoff serves as executive producer. John Beck and Ron Hart serve as executive producers and showrunners.
On January 7, 2021, it was announced that Nickelodeon had ordered seven more episodes of the series, bringing the first season order to 20 episodes. On March 18, 2021, it was announced that Nickelodeon had ordered six additional episodes of the series, bringing the revised first season order to 26 episodes.
|No.||Title ||Directed by||Written by||Original air date ||Prod.|
|1||"Start Hustling"||Adam Weissman||Dave Malkoff||November 7, 2020||101||0.36|
Best friends Lex and Presley are relaxing after school when their friend, Munchy, comes over with fireworks he found confiscated by his father, Tedward, their school principal. They accidentally set off the fireworks which hit Tedward's boat, setting it on fire. Tedward requires that they pay him with money they earned through hard work. He puts them on a strict weekly payment schedule and tasks his son, Jaget, with keeping an eye on them. After days of unsuccessful job searching, they reach out to Presley's tech-savvy little brother, Fisher, who makes them an app called "KidDING" through which people can hire them. They get their first job as living mannequins at a clothing store where they are forced to pose all day in uncomfortable itchy wool suits. They try to escape by getting the store closed early but they are caught by the manager who threatens not to pay them. However, they threaten the manager with bad reviews, forcing him to pay them.Guest stars: Daryl C. Brown, Kurt Ela, Dominic Burgess, Menik Gooneratne
|2||"Vitamin D-isaster"||Adam Weissman||Dave Malkoff||November 14, 2020||102||0.27|
Lex, Presley and Munchy are hired as test subjects for a new vitamin that makes them unable to resist vegetables, with dizziness as a side effect. Fisher experiments on Munchy to find a cure while Lex and Presley take another job from Mrs. Castillo to be princesses for her daughter, Carina's birthday party. Unable to resist the vegetables in Mrs. Castillo's garden, Presley and Lex trick Carina and her friends into digging up the vegetables for them. After learning that the birthday cake has carrots in it, they steal it for themselves. Mrs. Castillo is disappointed in them and is about to fire them when Fisher arrives with a cure for Lex and Presley. The girls use a chemical that Fisher had accidentally discovered on Carina's parents to erase their memory from the last twenty-four hours. Carina blackmails Lex and Presley into giving her all the money they earned and forces them to return and work for free as princesses the following day.Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Carlos Acuña, Jennifer Carta, Juliana Restivo
|3||"Yard Sale"||Adam Weissman||Dave Malkoff||November 21, 2020||103||0.38|
Presley, Lex and Munchy need more money for their next boat payment but time is running out. They agree to do a yard sale but Lex says that she doesn't have anything she can sell. Presley challenges Lex by saying that she can find something Lex can sell. They find a dog toy but Lex says it's valuable. Convinced that Lex has a hard time letting go of things, Presley secretly sells the toy only to learn later that Lex keeps their KidDING money in it. When Tedward comes for the boat payment, Lex and Presley stall him while Jaget and Munchy search for the person who bought the dog toy. They eventually find the boy who bought it and he reveals that he was hired by Fisher to buy it since Fisher wanted to have something of Lex's but Presley won't let him.Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Daryl C. Brown
|4||"Trashy Jobs"||Adam Weissman||Joe Sullivan||November 28, 2020||104||0.46|
Lex's cousin, Ruby, is visiting and Lex has fun activities planned for them to do together. When Ruby meets Fisher, she immediately develops a crush on him. A KidDING comes in and Lex wants to turn it down in order to spend time with Ruby but Presley insists that they need the payment. The job is to find an antique zebra-striped toothbrush at the dump where they run into Briles, the trash guy. On returning home, they get another KidDING and Ruby insists they should take it. The job is to wash a trash compactor with the toothbrush, which makes Presley suspicious that Ruby is the one sending them these odd jobs at the dump so that she can be alone with Fisher. Suddenly, the compactor is locked and turned on. Luckily, Munchy is able to save them in time. They confirm that it was Ruby who hired Briles to trap them inside the compactor. Presley tricks Ruby into confessing by pretending that Lex got compressed with trash.
Guest stars: Eric Allan Kramer, Kensington TallmanAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|5||"Friendiversary"||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||David A. Arnold||December 5, 2020||105||0.38|
Every year, Lex and Presley celebrate Friendiversary, a made-up holiday for their friendship anniversary, by exchanging thoughtful gifts at the merry-go-round where they first met. Over the years, Friendiversary has become a competition over who can make the other cry the most with their gifts. This year, both girls are coincidentally planning to give each other a jar of their friendship tears. Unfortunately, there is a dangerous snowstorm, ruining their plans. Nevertheless, they push through it to go to the merry-go-round to prove their love for each other. Their friendship tears spill and freeze, causing their pants to be stuck to the merry-go-round during a blizzard. They send Munchy a signal to save them. After nearly freezing to death, Presley and Lex agree to stop using Friendiversary as a competition. Meanwhile, tired of going unnoticed by Lex, Fisher turns to Alan to help learn how to impress girls.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, David AlfanoAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|6||"Milkshake Suckdown"||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||John D. Beck & Ron Hart||December 12, 2020||106||0.30|
Presley, Lex and Munchy go to their favorite milkshake place, MicroMooery, where the owner, Spenders, is hosting a milkshake drinking competition. The winner gets a selfie with Cash the Cow and a year of free milkshakes. They join the contest and are determined to take down the reigning champion, Jaget. Presley asks Fisher to help Lex and Munchy build tolerance to brain freeze while she plays mind games on Jaget to throw him off his game. However, Jaget manipulates Munchy into feeling sad for him and losing on purpose. Lex loses too after getting a brain freeze because Fisher spared her from the experiments, afraid to hurt her. With her friends down, Presley is forced to join the contest at the last minute. She asks Lex and Munchy to distract Jaget while she suffers through the brain freeze to win the contest.Guest star: Matthew Sato
|7||"KidDING! Dongs"||Jody Margolin Hahn||John D. Beck & Ron Hart||January 23, 2021||107||0.38|
Lex and Presley have been training with Munchy for an upcoming Dance Dance Altoonisburg competition. They get a KidDING from Crunchy, a spoiled rich boy who used to be camp friends with Presley and Lex before they met Munchy. Crunchy offers to pay their entire boat debt if the girls agree to be his dance partners instead of Munchy's. When they ask Munchy about it, he gives them a confusing metaphor, making them think he is okay with it. Jaget convinces Munchy to form a new dance team with him and Fisher. Training with Crunchy becomes a nightmare because he bosses Lex and Presley around and refuses to practice with them. After learning that Munchy was hurt by their choice, Presley and Lex quit Crunchy's team and partner with Munchy again for the competition. Crunchy bribes the judge to win the contest but Principal Tedward refuses to give him the trophy and randomly gives it to Alan.Guest stars: Daryl C. Brown, Kurt Ela, Philip Solomon, Fred Grandy
|8||"Lunch Boxed In"||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||Joe Sullivan||January 30, 2021||108||0.37|
Presley and Lex find a map they made when they were five with clues to find a hidden lunchbox containing their friendship bracelets. While Lex is excited about the quest, Presley becomes nervous after remembering that instead of putting Lex's bracelet in the lunchbox, she had taken it with her to an arts camp where she accidentally baked it into a mug. Presley tries to keep Lex distracted all day while she and Alan work to recreate the bracelet. When Lex fails to question the fake bracelet, Presley is disappointed that Lex does not remember an important piece of their relationship. So, she comes clean to Lex, explaining that she had taken the bracelet to camp because she missed her. Lex understands and tells her that it is the memories that matter.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Matthew SatoAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|9||"Chemistry Hustle"||Jody Margolin Hahn||Alex Hanpeter & Jude Tedmori||February 6, 2021||109||0.48|
During Mr. Prusko's chemistry lessons, everyone usually falls asleep except Munchy. Principal Tedward threatens to reassign him if he cannot keep students awake. Lex and Presley make a deal with Prusko to help keep other students awake in exchange for good grades. They give him a makeover and take him to the Mooery to connect with students. They teach him a dance move but when it goes viral, Prusko lets his new popularity go to his head. He starts calling himself Mr. P and hires a DJ for his class. When he disrespects Munchy, Presley and Lex risk their grades by sabotaging Prusko's chemistry experiment to teach him a lesson. On seeing the mess caused, Tedward urges Prusko to go back to being boring for safety reasons. Meanwhile, Alan gives Fisher his leather jacket to impress girls and it seems to work on Lex but Fisher accidentally destroys it.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Daryl C. Brown, David Theune, Matthew SatoAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|10||"Phantom of the Mooery"||Wendy Faraone||William Luke Schreiber and Beth Crudele||February 20, 2021||110||0.28|
Spenders hires Presley, Lex and Munchy at the Mooery to find out who has been milking Cash the Cow at night and leaving the milk out to spoil. He has been stressed lately since Buckles opened a new competing store, FroYo Yo-Yo across the street and is determined to drive MicroMooery out of business. Lex suspects Buckles as the night milker but Presley suspects the ghost of Spenders' great-great grandfather. On their first night of stakeout, they panic and are unable to catch the night milker. They ask Spenders to give them another chance. On the second night, after realizing that Spenders sleeps upstairs from the Mooery, Munchy figures out that it is Spenders who has been milking the cow while sleepwalking due to stress over competing with Buckles. While working on the case, Presley asks Jaget to babysit Fisher but Fisher traps Jaget in a net to prove that he can take care of himself.Guest stars: Lilimar, Matthew Sato
|11||"Karaoke Kickoff"||Wendy Faraone||Heather Wood & Maegan McConnell||February 27, 2021||111||0.35|
Lex finds out that Presley and Munchy have bought a karaoke machine from their favorite local singing competition show, Karaoke Kickoff, where losing contestants are kicked off the stage with a giant foot. When the karaoke machine turns out to be defective, they go to the Karaoke Kickoff studio to confront the host, Rowan van Doren about it. He throws them into a basement where they find that past contestants have been making the karaoke machines since Van Doren promised he would let them back on the show if they make enough machines. Lex and Presley help the contestants realize that Van Doren has been lying to them. After exposing Van Doren during a live broadcast and kicking him off the stage, Presley and Lex perform a song together on stage. Meanwhile, Fisher fixes the broken karaoke machine and uses it with his father who has been trying to bond with him.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Robert BelushiAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|12||"Dog Wed-DING!"||David Kendall||David A. Arnold||March 13, 2021||112||0.31|
Lex's favorite internet dogs, Lulu and Poochie-Boy are getting married, and she wants the dog owners to hire her and Presley as wedding planners. She convinces them by tagging them in dozens of photos of a fake wedding for her dog, Reggie. Presley and Lex set up a meeting with the dog owners at the Mooery while Munchy trains to be a dog wedding officiator. Walking the dogs, Presley discovers that Lulu is in love with Lex's dog instead of the dog she's supposed to marry. Presley tells Lex about it but Lex doesn't believe her. So, she turns to Fisher to build her an app that can translate dog barks into words. Presley stops the wedding and uses the app to prove to Lex and the dog owners that Lulu doesn't want to marry Poochie-Boy.
Guest stars: Ben Begley, Renee Dorian, Matthew Sato, Paul VogtAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|13||"Uncle Nedward"||Wendy Faraone||Dave Malkoff||March 20, 2021||113||0.47|
Lex and Presley are hired by Spenders to create a poster for the Mooery for Hawk Day, a holiday celebrating the town's favorite bird, Hudson the Hawk. Munchy's charismatic motivator uncle, Nedward, who is watching over him for the weekend motivates them to paint a realistic mural of Hudson's nest. Unfortunately, Hudson hits the mural and gets hurt after mistaking it for the actual nest. Lex, Presley and Munchy feel guilty for putting the hawk in the hospital, leaving its eggs unattended at the top of the highest cliff in Altoonisburg. After encouragement to fix the problem by Nedward, Munchy climbs to the top of the cliff to rescue the eggs but panics because he is afraid of heights. Lex and Presley motivate Nedward to overcome his own fear of heights and save his nephew using indestructible bubble suits that Fisher had built for Jaget.Guest stars: Terry Crews, Daryl C. Brown, Matthew Sato
|14||"Jag-Jitsu"||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||David A. Arnold||March 27, 2021||115||0.35|
Jaget starts a self-defense class called Jag-Jitsu but no one wants to sign up. Feeling bad for him, Tedward sends Presley, Lex and Munchy a KidDING, forcing them to join and put up with Jaget's horrible teaching methods. Jaget's rival, Crash the bus driver, comes over to make fun of him during a lesson. Jaget says that he started Jag-Jitsu after Crash enlisted a group of bad kids in her dojo to terrorize his crosswalks. Unable to put up with Jaget, the gang quits his class but they later feel guilty and rejoin the class to help him defeat Crash's dojo. Meanwhile, Alan tries to befriend Tedward by pretending that he can play chess. He asks Fisher to teach him how to play but when that doesn't work, they agree to cheat.Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Daryl C. Brown, Christina Calph
|15||"Hot Tubby's"||David Kendall||Joe Sullivan||April 3, 2021||116||0.29|
Presley, Lex and Munchy are hired to produce a commercial for a hot tub store contest where people can win a hot tub by correctly guessing the number of ping pong balls in a tub. Tubby, the store owner, and his son want to star in the commercial but can't act. So, the gang creates the best commercial with what they have but Tubby refuses to pay them. For payback, they break into the store to count the balls, but overhear Tubby telling his niece the correct number to cheat in the contest. Lex, Presley and Munchy remove one ball from the tub, ruining Tubby's plans. They submit their guesses using the new correct number, and win three hot tubs for orphans against Tubby's wish. Meanwhile, Fisher is building a Rube Goldberg machine but doesn't want his father tripping over it like he did the previous year. So, he hires an assistant to keep an eye on Alan.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Reyn Doi, Michael DunnAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|16||"Moo's the Boss"||Evelyn Belasco||John D. Beck & Ron Hart||April 10, 2021||114||0.39|
Spenders leaves town to open a new MicroMooery and asks his cousin, Ty to take over running the Mooery in Altoonisburg. Ty wants to close for the weekend while undergoing employee training but Lex, Presley and Munchy convince him to hire them to keep the Mooery open. They fantasize about how fun running the Mooery will be, but it turns out to be quite challenging. Munchy creates his fantasy shake, the "blowgurt" but it ends up being too sticky. Lex and Presley lose customers because they can't find the milk. After realizing that the milk is in a vat, they accidentally cause its pressure to build up. The vat starts squirting milk, forcing them to use their hands and feet, before eventually using Munchy's blowgurt to block the holes. The pressure continues to build and the vat explodes, covering them with milk. Instead of paying them, Ty uses their paychecks to repair the damages they caused.
Guest stars: Matte Martinez, Matthew SatoAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|17||"Make-a-Mutt"||Jody Margolin Hahn||Maegan McConnell & Heather Wood||April 17, 2021||118||0.38|
Lex is excited to get a KidDING from her favorite stuffed animal store, Make-A-Mutt where children customize their dogs and a "magical" machine builds them. She is disappointed to learn that the dogs are actually built by a person, Marilyn, in the back room. She, Presley and Munchy are hired to take over while Marilyn is out of town. To help get more customers by advertising Make-A-Mutt all over town. The orders start coming in too fast for Lex and Presley to keep up. This causes them to build some of the dogs incorrectly, upsetting the children. Luckily, Marilyn returns early and resumes the job. Meanwhile, when Fisher accidentally destroys the garage door with a lawnmower, Munchy tells him to call a fixer known as the Wombat. Instead of helping Fisher fix the garage, the Wombat keeps making demands until Fisher realizes that he should have just told the truth. The Wombat congratulates him for reaching that conclusion.
Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Darci Lynne, Jack Plotnick, Juliana RestivoAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|18||"Juckles"||Mike Caron||Dave Malkoff||May 1, 2021||119||0.38|
Lex, Presley and Munchy are at the Mooery when Jaget comes in demanding boat payment money, which they don't have. Micromooery's competitor, Buckles comes in to taunt Ty with a mean singing telegram. After bonding over how mean they are, Jaget and Buckles go out on a date. Presley, Lex and Munchy realize that as long as Jaget is with Buckles, he is less mean to them. Unfortunately, Buckles tells them that she wants to break up with Jaget. To keep Jaget and Buckles together, they teach Jaget to be nice and give him a makeover to make him more appealing but Buckles is not impressed. Meanwhile, Fisher has been working on a mechanical bull that Tedward bought by accident. Since Buckles said she likes cowboys, Lex, Presley and Munchy convince Jaget to ride the mechanical bull to impress Buckles. Later, Buckles tells Jaget that she liked him for being mean. So, they agree to stay together and embrace being mean to people.Guest stars: Daryl C. Brown, Lilimar, Matte Martinez, Carmen Sanchez
|19||"Rat Busters"||Adam Weissman||John D. Beck & Ron Hart||May 8, 2021||120||0.34|
A fancy French restaurant hires Presley, Lex and Munchy to get rid of a rat without being seen by customers. Since Presley is scared of rats, she wants to kill it but Lex wants to catch it and release it to a safe place. The rat lands on Presley's shoulder but she throws it away, and they are unable to catch it. Fisher builds them air cannons to blow and trap the rat but they accidentally trap a napkin instead. So, they are forced to go back during the mayor's birthday dinner. Munchy distracts the mayor and her guests by making them a fancy salad while Presley and Lex try to catch the rat. In the process, the girls destroy almost everything inside the restaurant before catching the rat. The restaurant owner doesn't want to pay them but the mayor forces her. They give the rat to Briles who has been looking for a new pet.
Guest stars: Eric Allan Kramer, Rena StroberAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|20||"Bot Club"||Natalie Van Doren||Joe Sullivan||May 15, 2021||121||N/A|
Fisher is involved in an underground robot fight club that meets in the MicroMooery basement. His robot, Tyrannosaurus Lex, has been winning for weeks and he is confident he can beat his science rival, Tasha. After finding out about it, Presley, Lex and Munchy bet their recently-earned KidDING money on Fisher's bot. Unfortunately, Tasha's robot, Trainwreck, destroys Fisher's bot in an instant. Fisher's soul is crushed. Presley bets the entire KidDING business on Fisher's ability to build another robot that can defeat Trainwreck. Fisher has given up on science but Presley tricks him by pretending to build a robot badly since she knows Fisher can't resist fixing it. This works and inspires Fisher to build a robot with a spatula that defeats Tasha's Trainwreck by flipping it. Meanwhile, when Alan's garden gnome that looks like him goes missing, he enlists Jaget's help to find the thief.Guest stars: Kurt Ela, Matte Martinez, William Ludwig
|21||"Extra Crunchy"||Evelyn Belasco||Alex Hanpeter & Jude Tedmori||May 22, 2021||122||N/A|
Munchy is practicing for a halftime stunt to help him become the school mascot, Luna the Tuna. Crunchy transfers to Altoonishburg and starts acting extremely nice to everyone, making Presley suspicious that he is up to something. His butler invites Lex and Presley to a secret meeting where he reveals that Crunchy intends to sabotage Munchy's mascot stunt by putting itchy bite mites in the mascot costume. They run to the game to warn Munchy but it's too late. To help Munchy complete the stunt, they lead the crowd to cheer since the bite mites get knocked unconscious by noise. With his plot exposed, Crunchy is expelled from the school. Meanwhile, when Fisher's latest experiment attracts government agents to the house, Alan grounds him from doing anything science-related. Fisher sneaks out with science equipment disguised as a grill to keep experimenting, but when he accidentally makes a basketball, he decides to play instead.
Guest stars: Daryl C. Brown, Kurt Ela, Matte Martinez, Reyn Doi, Philip Solomon, Hal Landon, Jr, Arnie PantojaAbsent: Jacques Chevelle as Jaget
|22||"Mouth Noise"||Wendy Faraone||Alex Hanpeter & Jude Tedmori||July 17, 2021||117||TBD|
When Munchy inadvertently creates an addictive catchy tune with his mouth noise, Presley and Lex are unable to get it out of their heads. The trio is hired as security guards at a music store where they run into Jaget and Fisher. They grab instruments and start playing the melody, adding lyrics to it. This inspires them to start a band called Mouth Noise. The song's popularity gets them hired to play at MicroMooery but they break up before the performance due to creative differences. Following the break up, Lex and Presley want to pursue solo careers but they end up missing each other. Meanwhile, Alan mistakes their tune for another song and enlists Tedward to help him figure out what song it is. Using a music recognition app, they identify the song as "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)". They are asked to perform it at the Mooery since Mouth Noise cancelled. Encouraged by chants from the crowd, Mouth Noise agrees to get back together and perform their song.Guest stars: Daryl C. Brown, Kurt Ela, David Lengel
|Season||Episodes||First aired||Last aired||Avg. viewers|
|1||19||November 7, 2020||0.36||TBA||TBD||0.36|
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