Mel-Vicious is the eleventh episode of the first season of Hoop-a-Joop.
- Sick of Lori's intense bothering, Mel decides to go hardcore by setting things the aggressive way. In order to stop her, Al, James and Amy seek help from Nina Settergren (voiced by Pamela Adlon) and Estelle Spears (voiced by Jennifer Hale) so they can calm Mel down, but on the other hand, The Wolfpack have a big scheme to take Mel hostage.
- Al Valentine (Yuri Lowenthal)
- James Rogers (Michael Reisz)
- Amy Lambert (Michelle Ruff)
- Mel Blake (Stephanie Morgenstern)
- Vin Walterson (Peter Kelamis)
- Sam Williams (Carlos Alazraqui)
- Erica Roberts (Grey DeLisle)
- Jacqueline Adair (Katie Griffin)
- Flan Cabot (Phil LaMarr)
- Dark Onion (Brianne Siddall)
- Lori Blake (Candi Milo)
- Anna Blake (Debi Derryberry)
- Stella Blake (Susan Roman)
- Carlos Blake (Steven Blum)
- Nina Settergren (Pamela Adlon)
- Estelle Spears (Jennifer Hale)
- This is similar to the Powerpuff Girls episode: Bubblevicious.
- Nina and Estelle debut.
- It is revealed that Lori is Mel's Gothic sister who loves tormenting her.
- During the montage of Mel beating the townsfolk up, All I Want by The Offspring is heard.
- Sean is mentioned in this episode.
- (We open this episode with the 1992-2001 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.
- (the episode then opens with