Mel's Debate is the first episode of the seventh season of Hoop-a-Joop. It aired on Kids' WB on September 10, 2005 and had its Cartoon Network air date on September 3, 2007.
- Mel guides her family to the dance room and inside they meet Angie Carlson (voiced by Tania Gunadi), her older sister Frankie Carlson (voiced by Melissa Altro), her younger sister Tamara Carlson (voiced by Eden Sher) and her parents Petunia Carlson (voiced by Cassie Scerbo) and Wendell Carlson (voiced by John DiMaggio) who agree to have a dance off. On the other hand, The Wolfpack attempt to dance properly.
- Mel Blake (Stephanie Morgenstern)
- Lori Blake (Candi Milo)
- Anna Blake (Meagan Smith)
- Stella Blake (Susan Roman)
- Carlos Blake (Steven Blum)
- Angie Carlson (Tania Gunadi)
- Frankie Carlson (Melissa Altro)
- Tamara Carlson (Eden Sher)
- Petunia Carlson (Cassie Scerbo)
- Wendell Carlson (John DiMaggio)
- Vin Walterson (Peter Kelamis)
- Sam Williams (Carlos Alazraqui)
- Erica Roberts (Grey DeLisle)
- Jacqueline Adair (Katie Griffin)
- Flan Cabot (Phil LaMarr)
- Dark Onion (Brianne Siddall)
- Angie Carlson's outfit is composed of: a pink short sleeved shirt, green pants and white shoes.
- Frankie Carlson's full outfit is composed of: a red long sleeved shirt, blue skirt and black boots.
- Tamara Carlson's outfit is composed of: a blue short sleeved dress and blue shoes.
- Petunia Carlson's full outfit is composed of: a purple sleeveless shirt, red skirt, tan pantyhose and pink high heels.
- Wendell Carlson's full outfit is composed of: a blue long sleeved shirt with a yellow necktie, blue jeans and white sneakers.
- The song that Mel and Angie's parents are dancing to is Rich Girl from Gwen Stefani.
- Unwritten from Natasha Bedingfield plays in the end credits.
- (We open this episode with the Warner Bros. Family Entertainment logo)
- (We are then followed by Take On Me)
- Woman: Talking away I don't know what I'm to say I'll say it anyway Today isn't my day to find you Shying away I'll be coming for your love, OK?
- Chorus: Take on me (take on me), Take me on (take on me)
- Woman: I'll be gone In a day or two.
- (We open this episode with