Fixing-a-Flonk! is the seventh episode of the second season of Mighty Magiswords, and the fifty-ninth episode overall. It was first aired in Australia before airing in the U.S. It aired in the United States on May 8, 2018.
Wanting to stop Flonk from being an evildoer for good, Prohyas tries to find Flonk a permanent venue for his nasty comedy. Vambre, however, wants to deliver him to the cops as usual.
- Prohyas Warrior
- Vambre Warrior
- Grup the Dragon
- Mr. Spoony
- King Rexxtopher
- Officer Zidane Fordor
- Long Underwear Wolf
- Cool Ghoul
- Lobster Claw Magisword
- Grabby Giraffe Magisword
- Cornan's Unnamed Magisword
- Squeaky Nightstick Magisword
- Extendo Flick Magisword
- Cheese Magisword (Prohyas; 2)
- Foam Finger Magisword
- Golden Curls Magisword
- Rubber Chicken Magisword (debut) (Prohyas & Flonk; 1)
- Monster Suit Magisword
- Tomato Magisword
Glitter Clan Combo
Glitter Smack (Cornan's Unnamed Magisword + Squeaky Nightstick Magisword)
Super Teamwork Combo
Chicken Suit for the Flonk Soul (Monster Suit Magisword + Rubber Chicken Magisword)
- Eyecatch: Prohyas chases after Hoppus wielding Ralphio's sword headgear with Ralphio inside, trying to escape.
- This marks the first appearance of Flonk, Mr. Spoony & Cornan in the second season.
- This is the seventh episode the Cave of Stuff had a different theme; The Cave of Stuff had a clown theme in this episode.
- Vambre's sight gag of transforming into an angry-faced Moon is a reference to The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, in which the player has only three days to save the world.
- This is the first time the Long Underwear Wolf gets a speaking line.
- This marks the first appearance of a Transylberian Theatre in the TV series since the minisode "The Curse of Dummystein".
- As of this episode, Flonk gives up his criminal ways and becomes a prop comic at the Transylberian Theatre.
- Flonk's next gig at the Transylberian Theatre, the music score sound alike version of Seinfeld can be heard.
- One of Flonk's jokes with the dinosaurs involved calling them "Terrible Thunderlizards", which is a reference to the Saturday morning show of the same name, created by Bill Kopp, who is a regular on Magiswords as Man Fish the Fish Man.