Presto Change-O is the twenty-ninth episode of Season 5.
Timmy wishes for a Body-swapping Joy Buzzer that allows him to swap bodies with whoever he touches or whoever touches him. Wanda is hesitant to grant the wish at first since Timmy wants to use it to swap bodies with A.J. and cheat on a test, but she must grant the wish anyways when Cosmo rushes her to Fairy World to help take care of Mama Cosma, who has caught the 9-Hour Flu. Now Timmy is without his fairies and he accidentally switches his body with Mr. Crocker's, he must get his body back before Crocker tricks Cosmo and Wanda into revealing themselves to him!
The episode begins when Timmy wishes for a spin-like device that allows him to switch into someone's body. He thought of using it to switch into AJ's body to cheat on a test. Then we used the buzzer to switch into more people's bodies. Second he did Francis and beat him up, and switched into Timmy again. Mr. Crocker saw that timmy was happy and touched his hand, soon they switched bodies. Timmy(aka, Mr. Crocker) made a plan to go into Timmy's room to find his fairy godparents. Timmy(as Mr.Crocker), tried to go home first. First he got thrown out. But then he switched bodies with his dad, then his mom, then Vicky, then Doidle, the Crocker again. Last, Mr. Crocker switched Bodies with Doidle and got caught by the vet. Then the police find mr Turner still in mr Crocker's body, begin chasing him causing mr Turner to scream and run away from them yelling "Curse my beauty!". Then the episode ends with mr Turner's voice yelling out "I'm gorgeous!".
The title was taken from a Chuck Jones short Prest-O Change-O, a Merrie Melodies released in on March 25, 1939, and reissued as a Blue Ribbon in 1947 by Warner Bros.
It stars Happy Rabbit, in his 2nd appearance, and that character appeared in 4 cartoons from 1938-40. The character has now evolved into Bugs Bunny, who has his own walk of fame, appeared in more films than other classic cartoon character, and is now the Warner Bros mascot. It also stars the Two Curious Puppies, who only made six appearances before being retired.
This short is now in the public domain, thus freely distributed through unofficial releases and of course YouTube. The video has been restored for Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 2, Disc 2, in its Blue Ribbon reissue.