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Kim Possible: Season 3 - Episodes Guide


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Απίθανη Κιμ, (Apithani Kim) Greece
Disney's Kim Possible USA (complete title)
K.P. (Ron)
Kimmie (numerous others)
Kimmy Cub (father)
Bubble Butt (as a baby, mother)
K (Bonnie)
Miss Perfect (Bonnie)
Tin Teeth (Bonnie)
Princess (Shego)
Pumpkin (Shego)
Cupcake (Shego)
Miss Snooty (Shego)
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On September 25, 2004 Kim Possible season 3 premiered in the US with "Steal Wheels". Initially this season was considered to be the last one of the show, reaching its end at the movie "So the Drama", released on February 11, 2005 in the UK (where it premiered before anywhere else) and on April 8, 2005 in the United States. The movie measured the highest ratings in the history of Kim Possible. It was expected that having Kim and Ron fall in love in the end of the movie was the perfect wrap-up of the story, nevertheless the fans all around the world wanted more.

So Disney took the decision to go for another season where their romance would develop, but that's another story that is covered in season's 4 episodes guide.

  1. Steal Wheels
  2. Emotion Sickness
  3. Bonding
  4. Bad Boy
  5. Showdown at the Crooked D
  6. Dimension Twist
  7. So the Drama (Part One)
  8. So the Drama (Part Two)
  9. So the Drama (Part Three)
  10. Overdue
  11. Roachie
  12. Rappin’ Drakken
  13. Team Impossible
  14. Gorilla Fist
  15. And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI

Steal Wheels
Episode: 1 (season) / 52 (show) / 53 (production order) First Aired: September 25, 2004 Product Code: 301
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

When Dr. Drakken is ordered by his mother to look after his cousin which turns out to be Motor Ed, Drakken and Motor Ed work together to complete a “Doomvee”, which is a Humvee that is full of superior weaponry.

Meanwhile, Kim is feeling alone because Ron is spending the weekend with Felix instead of her, which causes her to become desperate because she needs some social interaction.

Kim attempts to hang out with Ron and Felix despite the fact that she hates doing whatever they do, but when Dr. Drakken and Motor Ed steal Felix’s wheelchair, they work together to see if they can retrieve his wheelchair back and put an end to their evil plan.

Trivia

At the arcade when Kim says she just went up two levels, the screen shows her character had only reached level two. Her character would have been at level one in the beginning so two more levels would have meant she reached level three.

While Kim talks to Wade during the spinning game she doesn't appear to be grabbing the Kimmunicator.

When Ron claims that Kim ate all of Felix’s nachos, that’s not true; Kim only ate some of Felix’s nacos.

When Kim says "Worst Friday ever." her eyes are blue.

Kim: Anything but Bueno Nacho. We go there every Friday. Tonight let's nix it. Hey, how about we see that movie. You know, with the guy with the fingers.Ron: You mean The Finger Guy? This is an allusion of the movie Edward Scissorhands.

Game Controllers: The controller Ron, Felix, and Kim use seems to be a combination of the Super Nintendo and Playstation controllers. Using the design of the SNES controller and the button setup of the PS1 controller.

The video game that Ron and Felix play in this episode is similar to Maximo, which was a spin-off of Ghosts and Goblins, one of the first Zombie killing games ever made.

Super Mario Brothers: You can hear a few sounds from "Super Mario Bros" in Ron's videogame when he's playing with Felix. You can hear these sounds in "Coach Possible" too.

Resident Evil: The video game “Zombie Mayhem” is a reference to the popular zombie video game, Resident Evil.

Drakken: "Behold the genius of my latest diabolical creation. The ultimate off road destruction vehicle, the Doomvee." Drakken's Doomvee is almost identical in its appearance and name to the Humvee, a small 4X4 vehicle used by the US Army. The Humvee is also referred to by many as the "ultimate off road vehicle".

Back to the Future: The Doomvee 2.0's system for flying is almost identical to the flying system for the DeLoreon time machine from the Back to the Future series.

Terminator 2: 3D: The motor cycle chase near the end of the episode is reminiscent of the motor cycle chase from the Universal Studios ride Terminator 2: 3D.

Planet Hollywood: The Planet Tool sign is done in the exact same style as the logo for Planet Hollywood.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Rider Strong: Brick Flagg
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
Nestor Carbonell: Señor Senior Jr
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken and Motor Ed
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
Tara Strong: Tara

Guest stars

Jason Marsden: Felix
Estelle Harris: Mrs. Lipsky
Brian Posehn: Larry


Emotion Sickness
Episode: 2 (season) / 53 (show) / 54 (production order) First Aired: October 15, 2004 Product Code: 302
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Drakken and Shego break into the lab of Dr. Cyrus Bortel to steal one of his devices.

When Kim and Ron arrive to stop them, Kim and Shego fight and accidentally are each tagged with Dr. Bortel's latest invention, the moodulator, a device controlled with a remote that forces the wearer to experience specific emotions. During the fight, Kim drops her Kimunicator and Ron picks up the control for the moodulators, thinking it was the former, and gives it to Kim. Back home, Kim gives it back to Ron, telling him it's the wrong device.

Thinking it's a video game, he starts playing with it, causing Kim and Shego to go through an emotional roller-coaster. He stops playing when it's set on love, and Kim then crushes on Ron, and Shego on Dr. Drakken. Meanwhile, Drakken is trying to finish his plan, using Dr. Bortel's invention he stole.

At the Middleton Fair, they all meet, and Drakken realizes what's happening to Kim. He takes the moodulator's control and boosts its power. Instead he fries it and freezes the emotion setting at anger. He didn't realize that it was also affecting Shego, so now Shego's angry at Drakken, and Kim at Ron. But Ron finally talks through the moodulator's effect on Kim, and she breaks free. Unfortunately for Drakken, he can't make the same connection with Shego, and she chases him out of town.

Trivia

When the mind control device breaks off Kim, she puts it in her hand. Seconds later, the device isn't in her hand any more, nor was it on the ground.

The stripe at the bottom of Ron's shirt changes from black to red numerous times throughout the episode.

When Kim sits down in the class, there is a child sitting down, however in a few shots later, the child is gone.

Twice, the moodulator control shows a purple gloomy face instead of the blue crying face: When Dr.Bortel is testing the moodulators at the begining, and when Jim and Tim are fighting.

When Ron is talking to Kim, the moodulator controller is seen in his left pocket when it beeps. But when he takes it out he pulls it out of his right pocket.

When Shego and Drakken are sharing a root beer float, the direction of the straw changes between shots. First it is aimed at Drakken, then it is facing Shego, then the straw is pointing towards Drakken again.

Coloration error: The second time we see Kim switch to anger her eyes flash green instead of red; and, when she switches to confused after that, her eyes flash pink instead of green.

This episode was voted #1 in Disney Channel's "Kim Possible Click it to Pick It: So the Countdown".

First Kim Possible episode of Season 3 to air on a Friday.

Title: Emotion Sickness: The title of the episode, Emotion Sickness, is a play on the phrase “Motion Sickness”.

Veggietales: Ron’s pickle costume in this episode looks similar to the way Larry the Cucumber looks in Veggietales.

The Incredible Hulk: Kim and Shego have just gotten stuck on extreme anger. Then a split-screen is shown, with half of Shego's face and the other half of Kim's face put together. This recalls a technique used in The Incredible Hulk TV show whenever David Banner would change into the Hulk.

Romeo and Juliet: The music being played when Kim kisses Ron in front of the locker is from "Romeo and Juliet" ballet score composed by Sergei Prokofiev. It is commonly used in pop culture to express romance, in every thing from Hershey's ads to the Sims computer games.

Shego: You Talkin' to Me? The most famous line of Robert DeNiro in Martin Scosese's Taxi Driver.

I Love Lucy: Kim: You've got some 'splainin to do! This is what Ricky says to Lucy on the show I Love Lucy everytime she does something crazy that annoys him. Kim even said this line with a spanish accent just like Ricky did.

Drakken: Find your own hiding spot! This is a reference to Steven Spielberg's Oscar-Winning Film, Schindler's List, in which a Jewish boy looking to hide from the Nazis, jumped in an outhouse, but soon heard a response that "he should find his own hiding place."

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Rider Strong: Brick Flagg
Raven-Symone: Monique)
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Enrico Colantoni: Dr. Cyrus Bortel


Bonding
Episode: 3 (season) / 54 (show) / 55 (production order) First Aired: October 22, 2004 Product Code: 303
Writers: John Behnke & Rob Humphrey Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

When Kim and Ron go to stop Professor Dementor from stealing from a top-secret research laboratory, Ron inadvertently catches Dementor’s “Bondo-Ball” in his pocket, which he accidentally triggers later that day.

When Ron rushes into Mr. Barkin and gets stuck to him, he rushes to warn Kim but discovers that she is already stuck to Bonnie.

Now Kim and Ron must work with their enemies while trying to cope with what occurred to them and there’s still Professor Dementor to worry about.

Trivia

Bonnie's gloves mysteriously disappear while she and Kim fight Dementor. Additionally, they have also changed shape from mittens (seen before the girls are captured) to regular gloves.

When Wade calls Kim on the Kimmunicator after Ron and Barkin get stuck together, Ron temporarily moves to the other side of Barkin, which should be impossible based on the nature of the adhesive substance.

Instead of wearing his usual tan pants, Ron is wearing his darker mission outfit pants for the entire episode.

When Kim and Bonnie are in Kim's room, you can see a door and Dr. Possible passing by it. However, it has seen in every other episode that the way to enter into Kim's room is by going up a flight of stairs.

After Mr.Barkin tells his scout about the invading troops, he turns the lights on and the projector off, but the image remains on the projector board.

When Mr.Barkin turns on the projector to show the invading scouts, he and Ron step into the path of the projection, yet the image is still clearly seen by the other scouts.

When Kim and Bonnie got captured by Dementor, Kim had her snowsuit on, but when she was tied up in his lair, Kim was wearing her mission clothes instead of her snowsuit.

When Kim and Bonnie were climbing the cliff, Wade calls Kim on the Kimmunicator. When she takes out her kimunicator, she has an un-gloved hand, but when we see her climbing again, her hand is gloved.

The way Kim and Bonnie and Ron and Barkin are joined together keeps changing. At first Kim and Bonnie are joined by the bum but then the hip and then the legs. The same is true of Ron and Barkin.

When Kim and Bonnie are climbing the rockface, Bonnie asks why Kim didn't just use a jetpack. Kim replies that the jetpack couldn't take the added weight, however Kim has carried Ron with said jetpack in previous episodes.

This episode was voted #7 in the "Kim Possible Click it to Pick it: So the Countdown".

Clips from this episode were shown on Family Channel.

Family Guy: While stuck together, Barkin swims while Ron can't keep up in the pool. An episode of Family Guy, "Stuck Together, Torn Apart." Brian was bonded with Stewie (on both hands), at the swimming part where Brain swims while Stewie can't keep up. Interestingly enough, Patrick Warburton, who voices Mr. Barkin, also voices Joe on Family Guy. Christy Carlson Romano (Kim) and Nicole Sullivan (Shego) have also guest starred on the show.

Dementor: Don't you see the security beams? The security beams resemble the security field protecting the nanites in the movie I, Robot.

The Emperor’s New Groove: Mr. Barkin, who is voices by Patrick Warburton, leads the girl scout troops in this episode, though they’re called the Pixie Scouts; in The Emperor’s New Groove, Patrick Warburton provides the voice of Kronk, who also leads a girl scout troop, complete with similar squirrel-communication skills that Mr. Barkin had.

Hulk: The giant weiner dogs are remnent of the Hulk-dogs from The Hulk (though the mutant dogs first appeared in the Hulk comic book three-parter "The Dogs of War")

Ron: It’s all part of the great circle of life. This is a reference to the 1994 Disney film The Lion King, in which the circle of life played an important role in that film. This is supported by the fact that Ron was too close to a lion’s cage and was nearly mauled by the lion shortly after he said those words.

Prof. Dementor: So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye! A song from the classic Sound of Music

Introduces: Pixie Scouts.

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nestor Carbonell: Señor Senior Jr.
Patrick Warburton: Steve Barkin
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
Patton Oswalt: Professor Dementor
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Andrea Martin: Mrs. Stoppable

Guest stars

Rider Strong: Brick Flagg


Bad Boy
Episode: 4 (season) / 55 (show) / 56 (production order) First Aired: January 14, 2005 Product Code: 304
Writers: Nicole Dubuc Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

When Ron is trying to prove he’s old enough to not be forced to sit at the children’s table at a wedding when he realizes that his evil cousin Sean will be there, he decides to find a date so that it would prove he’s old enough to sit at the more mature tables.

However, when both Ron and Kim believe they shouldn’t go together because it would be awkward, Ron decides to try to be a bad boy after he sees an episode of “Agony County” on television because he believes they get all the girls.

But when Kim and Ron go to a villain convention in order to see what is going on, Ron and Drakken inadvertently switch personalities when a machine goes awry, causing Ron to become a maniacal madman and Dr. Drakken to become a kind spirited individual, Kim realizes that a bad Ron may be more than she expected.

Trivia

The robot on the back of the supervillain convention magazine Shego is reading was the one created by Drakken from Nakasumi's video game factory in Crush.

Ron is seen watching Agony County at his house, but he does not get cable until Dimension Twist

When Kim and Ron are talking to Wade before entering the International Villain's Convention, we see Duff Killigan enter the convention three times in the background.

When Sean throws the cake, Ron's freckles disappear.

After Ron turns back to good and the machine blows up, as Kim and Ron are exiting, Ron is in his mission clothes instead of the Zorpox costume.

When Dr. Drakken is shown fixing the Attitudinator, his skin is blue, but it should be pale since he is currently good

Kim wears the same blue dress she wore in Blush.

Ron: Oh please, are they still teasing that Charity and Dannie are gonna get together? Kim: Like that's ever gonna happen. It would end the series. This is an obvious dig at Kim and Ron's own "Will they/won't they" relationship. Ironically, the series almost did end with So The Drama, in which they finally give a romantic relationship a try.

Ron: Did you see that? You were all ‘boom boom’ and I was all ‘zap zap’ and now you’re all ‘boo hoo!’ What Ron says is very similar to the movie Finding Nemo, where Crush, a turtle, says something in a very similar manner.

Ron: Just call me "bad boy." Ron’s ‘bad boy’ outfit makes him look a lot like Shaun Hunter from Boy Meets World. Will Friedle, who voices Ron, used to star on the show.

The O.C.: The in-show television show Agony County”is very similar to another program called Orange County, more popularly known as The O.C.

Horror Movies: The organ music playing under Ron's rant to Shego in the lair is "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor." This is commonly used in horror movies.

Superheroes: The outfit looks remarkably like Catwoman's, only with spots. Sheela sounds like a spoof of the character "She-ra". Both are famous female superheroes. edit »Drakken: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?"

A nod to Brain from Pinky and the Brain. Shego's answer was random, but not as random as Pinky's usually is.

Wade: Zorpox the Conqueror, from The Villain's League of Evil Villains. The comic book Wade sites as the source of Zorpox is a parody of the Leagion of Doom from the 1970s cartoon The Challenege of the SuperFriends.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Nestor Carbonell: Señor Senior Jr.
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Rider Strong: Brick Flagg
Tara Strong: Sean
Tara Strong: Tara
Grey DeLisle: Bride at Wedding

Guest stars

Fred Willard: Jack Hench)
Will Friedle: Zorpox the Conqueror


Showdown at the Crooked D
Episode: 5 (season) / 56 (show) / 50 (production order) First Aired: March 25, 2005 Product Code: 229
Writers: Mark Palmer Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

Ron joins Kim's family (minus Mrs. Dr. Possible) on a trip to Montana and Kim's Uncle Slim's ranch. There, Kim discovers her little cousin Joss has heavy-duty hero worship for Kim. Also, Dr. Possible and his brother Slim run into one of Dr. P's college friends in town. He says he's at a Wild West Weekend with all the worlds top scientists, not realizing that Dr. P was not one of the invitees.

This makes Dr. Possible jealous and curious about the weekend. Meanwhile, Drakken is upset that he is not considered one of the top minds in the world, so he sets out to make sure he is. Instead of making himself smarter (which has failed before), he plans to make all the top scientists stupid.

He invents a hat-device that makes the wearer act silly, invites most of the top scientists to a Wild West Weekend, and gives them all silly hats. Dr. Possible goes to see his friend at the Weekend, and sees everyone running around acting silly.

Before he can go get help, Drakken captures him. The rest of the Possibles come to his rescue when he doesn't return, and are themselves captured. But Slim Possible has a robotic horse that breaks them out of their cell, and the Possibles defeat Drakken and knock the silly hats off of the scientists.

Trivia

When Joss is hanging up posters of Ron the biggest one she hangs up, in the first shot of it has him in regular clothes but in the second shot is has his mission clothes with a red stripe at the bottom.

When Joss notices Kim is missing, the poster above her bed shows Kim with a turtlenecked green shirt instead of the V-neck she usually has.

Throughout the entire episode the charges on the henchmens staff things are red instead of blue.

When Joss is weaving in and out of the pillars, her hair is colored the same bright red as Kim's.

When Joss points out the Off switch on Old Tornado, her hand is ungloved.

Joss' eyes switch constantly between being green or blue.

It's a summer vacation episode.

The scene of Kim making Joss feel better is used in a "believe in yourself" section of Disney (or it was in the past).

First released as part of "Kim Possible: The Villans Files" on DVD/VHS.

Joss Whedon: Kim's cousin is named after Joss Whedon, creator of such shows as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, a science fiction western. The lattermost is clearly the main inspiration for this episode.

Back to the Future III: Drakken's cowboy outfit is similar to Marty's cowboy outfit in Back to the Future III.

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers: The scene where Shego’s horse is attempting to step on Kim is similar to a scene in the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, in which a horse nearly steps on the hobbit named Pippin.

Introduces: Joss and Slim Possible.

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible:
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Brian George: Professor Ramesh
Tara Strong: Joss

Guest stars

Kevin Michael Richardson: Slim Possible, Henchmen


Dimension Twist
Episode: 6 (season) / 57 (show) / 60 (production order) First Aired: April 1, 2005 Product Code: 308
Writers: Tracy Berna Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Drakken has successfully stolen the pan-dimensional vortex inducer (see "Ron The Man"). He plans to use it to power a weapon that will dispose of Kim Possible forever.

At the same time, a cable TV installer is working in his lab. The cable guy accidentally connects the weapon to the cable box.

So when Kim arrives to reclaim the pan-dimensional vortex inducer and Drakken fires the weapon, instead of destroying her it opens a vortex into the fictional worlds of TV fiction. Kim, Ron, Rufus, Drakken, and Shego are sucked into the vortex, having to live through various TV shows.

At first they're all by themselves, but Wade manages to steer them together. Finally, Ron has a brainstorm, and manages to plug the vortex that keeps sending them all over the TV schedule.

Wade then manages to pull Kim, Ron, and Rufus out. But Drakken and Shego, using a device Drakken found in a TV version of his lair, end up on a kiddie show.

Trivia

Drakken's hair falls out but then his hair grows back in 2 seconds.

Ron lost his pants before he entered the portal. But when he came out from the banana cabin, his pants are on.

The pager that Kim was wearing moves from her right hip to her left several times.

Kim says the events of Ron the Man happened "last year", but that episode was in the first season.

In this episode, the Pan Dimensional Vortex Inducer is red and yellow, but in Ron the Man, it was grey.

The bands on Kim's arms when she is in the Star Trek parrody change from gold to black to gold.

In the Hospital scene- Kim's midriff goes from skin-colored, to the same color as her hospital scrubs, and back to skin colored.

This episode first aired in the US during Disney Channel's Spankin' Prankin' April Fool's Day Marathon.

The Adventures of the Gummi Bears:

When Drakken is trapped on "Puppet Pals", a series of lines are heard that go "Here", "There", "Where?" This is a variation on the famous line from Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears cartoon, "Here, There, Everywhere."

Robot Chicken: The way this episode employs static to represent channel flips is taken directly from the show called Robot Chicken, a stop-motion cartoon which often features short TV show parodies among its many sketches.

That 70's Show:

That 1670's Show is an allusion to That 70's Show.

Alias: The pink-haired spy girl looking for "the device" sequence is based on the drama series, Alias, in which Jennifer Garner's main character spends much of her time looking for a near-legendary, "Rimbaldi Device."

Batman: The "Fearless Ferret" opening titles (which Ron and Drakken find themselves stuck in) are based on the opening title sequence of the 1960's live action Batman series.

P.A.L.S./Friends Character References: Shego: Monica. Brunette: Rachel. Blonde: Phoebe. Guy: Chandler, Richard, etc.

Teletubbies: There is a scene in this episode that resembles the Teletubbies series.

Hollywood Squares: One of the shows parodies was similar to Hollywood Squares, which is a tic-tac-toe question game; some of the characters in this episode were in a similar game show.

Ron: The perfect naco! When Ron attempts to get the perfect naco from the Beuno Nacho commercial, it is a reference to how fast food commercials always show food that is of much higher quality than the real meal.

The scene in which Kim and Shego are told to bungee jump off of a skyscraper and the way the host presented the scenario is an exact reference to host Joe Rogan and to his series Fear Factor.

Host: You’ve been voted out of the igloo. This scene was a parody of the hit reality program Survivor, in which people are voted out of the location they are attempting to survive in.

The scene in the cartoon Scamper and Bitey was a reference to the classic series Tom and Jerry.

The title of one of the segments in this episode was “The Real North Pole”, this is a reference to a real series titled The Real World.

The scene with Kim in space makes several references to Star Trek. Not only is she wearing a red shirt, in which the red shirted characters in that series would usually die in the episode, as Wade told Kim; the Space Commander also calls Kim Ms. Enson, in which most of the red shirted characters were called Enson, so both of these serve as references towards the Star Trek series.

The premise of this episode is quite similar to the 1992 comedy film, Stay Tuned, in which the characters in that movie were sucked into a television realm by an evil satellite dish they recently acquired.

Towards the end of the episode when the monkeys are running into the portal; Ron falls out of the tree he was in and plummets straight into the stampeding monkeys. This is very similar to the way Mufasa fell into the stampeding wildebeest in the 1994 Disney film, The Lion King.

Kim: You were on Pals? I love that show!
The series Kim is referring to is a parody on the show Friends.

TV Announcer: The Running of the Monkeys. This is a reference to the annual Running of the Bulls festivals during the Pamplona Festival in Spain.

When Dr. Drakken’s lifestyle was changed by the Evil Eye for the Bad Guy crew, it was similar to the Bravo series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.

Kim: Am I missing something here? When the starship captain tells his crew to brace for impact, the crew fall over in various places but Kim remains standing and she says the above line. This is a reference to how such the shows they were in were really fake and the actors had to pretend to be knocked over; at this time, Kim didn’t realize that she was in a television realm.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Rider Strong: Brick Flagg
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Jeff Bennett
Maurice LaMarche
Rob Paulsen
Kath Soucie
April Winchell: Cooking Show Hostess

Guest stars

Danny Cooksey
Jennifer Hale
Kevin Michael Richardson
Jonathan Silverman
James A. Taylor


So the Drama (Part One of the movie)
Episode: 12 (season) / 63 (show) / 57 (production order) First Aired: April 8, 2005 Product Code: 305
Writers: Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

The movie opens in Japan during the Nakasumi-toys parade. Nakasumi and Miss Kiyoto are on a float waving to everyone. Just then, Shego, in a large green jet, appears and launches smokescreen missles covering the entire area. Then she ordered a group of waiting ninjas to attack. The ninjas surround Nakasumi and are about to seize him when Kim bursts out of the float Nakasumi was riding and does battle with the ninjas. While she is doing this, Ron is having a difficult time getting out of the float. When he does get out (with the aid of Nakasumi) he encounters a sumo ninja. Kim and Ron take care of the ninja squad no sweat (Ron also gave the sumo ninja a super atomic wedgie). Shego dives out of the sky and using a mechanical hook, grabs Nakasumi and carries him off. Kim activates her rocket skates and gives chase. Ron tries to follow suite but unfortunately he put on his blaster briefs instead of his rocket skates, which propel him all over town. Kim manages to grab onto Nakasumi and holds on for dear life, Shego does all she can to shake her loose. Wade calls Kim saying Monique would like to talk, she has the latest info on Bonnie and Brick's relationship (right now the relationship is on). When Kim asks how many times can they do this, Monique replies that Bonnie loves the drama. The conversation is cut short when Shego tries to swing Kim into a jumbotron. Ron's briefs run out of fuel, he falls and grabs ahold of Kim. The extra weight frees Nakasumi from the hook and the three fall to earth. With Ron still holding onto her, Kim grabs Nakasumi and whips out her hairdryer grappling hook. She fires it at a sign which it wraps around. While Kim, Ron and Nakasumi try to swing to safety, Shego makes one final attempt to nab the toymaker, but the only thing she ends up getting is his jacket. Kim and the others land safely back on the float with all the parade viewers cheering. As she flies away, Shego says "You know, one day we really need to take that hairdryer from her."

A grateful Nakasumi flies Kim and her friends back to Middleton. Wade is still trying to figure out why Drakken wanted to kidnap Nakasumi, Kim is working on her homework, while Ron and Rufus are playing with some of the toys Nakasumi developed (a couple of Nakasumi copperation executives are working on Ron's homework for his efforts in Nakasumi's rescue). Kim and her friends are surprised that the creations of Nakasumi toys all started as doodles drawn by Nakasumi himself and that every child in the world found them irresitable. The jet plans to land but Kim decides that she and her friends will land on their own. They jump out of the plane and open their parachutes (all the homework the executives did for Ron goes flying when his chute opens).

At the Possible house, Kim's mother is making breakfast while her father is working on his biggest project: The Hephaestus Project, a new advanced technology that took over three years and three billion dollars to develop. Kim's brothers Jim and Tim are working on their own project. Kim lands in the yard and enters the house. Just as her parents are about to chew her out for being out so late, Kim turns on the t.v as the reporter tells about Kim's latest deed. Just then, Jim and Tim's new project: a couple of miniture rockets come flying into the kitchen. Kim strikes the rockets out of the air with a frying pan, much to the displeasure of her brothers.

Shego returns to Drakken's lair only to get a very cold welcome. Disappointed with Shego's failure, Drakken has his Synthodrones: humanoid-like goons that run on sythoplasm, attack her. The drones give Shego a tough fight, until she uses her powers to penetrate one, draining it of it's sythogoo. Drakken immedeately called off the rest of the drones. When Shego asks why he was so edgy, he tells her it was time to advance his methods and that failure was no longer an option. Drakken shows Shego his new projects: mutant sea-monster, new anhilator ray, new torture methods, and to Shego's suprise, studying the teenage mind. Drakken vows to discover Kim's fatal flaw and utilize it to ensure his victory. One of Drakken's scientist come up to him and says the brain-tap machine he was going to use on Nakasumi was useless without a brain. In his rage, Drakken tore apart the jacket Shego stole from Nakasumi. A small piece of paper falls out of the pocket. On it is the design for Li'l Diablo, Nakasumi's newest toy. Shego doesn't understand why Drakken is so giddy about a doodle.

Back in Middleton, Cheerleading practice is interrupted by Brick's call to Bonnie. This gets Kim riled. But then Bonnie points out that Kim is the only one on the squad who isn't dating a jock. With the prom coming up, it looked like Kim's options were captain of the chess team or a certain blonde haired boy Kim knew.

At Bueno Nacho, Kim relays what happened to Monique and said, to her own displeasure, that Bonnie might have a point. Ron is a great guy, but he is just a friend and Kim doesn't see them going to the prom together. Ron is having difficulties of his own. Naco Night has been cancelled due to new management of the company. Ron doesn't like the sound of this. Monique tries to convince Kim not to let Bonnie get to her. Just then, Wade interrupts Kim and Ron's plights, saying he has found Drakken at the Bermuda Triangle, a hotel/Casino out in the middle of the ocean.

Drakken needs information and the best source for information is Big Daddy Brotherson. Of course getting to him will prove difficult as Drakken doesn't play by Brotherson's rules. Kim, Ron and Rufus get a lift to the hotel from Mr. Bailey, a man Kim helped when he was caught in a storm. The trio then swim threw the defenses surrounding the island: underwater fence, imobolizng buoys and laster turret clams. After reaching land, Ron askes if the people in the hotel were trying to keep them out. The trio then change into their disguises. Ron is wearing a very ridiculous tux that belonged to his father. The trio then slip through the air vent and into the air ducts. Kim gets into the ladies' room while Ron and Rufus search for their own exit. The two fall out of the shaft right into a poker game where Ron is mistaken for a guy called "The Kid". Kim's disguise obviously didn't fool Shego cause she attacked and the two went into another fight. While Kim fought for her life, Ron got tangled into the card game. Ron bet all of the chips he was given. One of the poker players, a cowboy, said that was bold and asked if he was good for it. The cowboy knew all the signs for when someone wasn't truthful: No eye contact, touching the face, shallow breath. Ron had all the symptoms and he lost the game. Ron tried to get away but the cowboy wouldn't let Ron leave until he paid up. Just then, Kim and Shego busted into the room fighting, giving Ron the chance to escape as The real Kid arrived. Meanwhile, Drakken finally got through to Brotherson and learned that the scientist who had developed the cybertronic technology he needed was his old college pal James Timothy Possible. With Ron's help, Kim captured Shego. But before Kim could get any information out of her, Drakken appeared and the two villians escaped.

Back in Middleton, Kim was having trouble with the fact that she didn't have a date for the prom. Ron wasn't about to take Bueno Nacho's changes lying down. He made a petiton to get Naco Night back. He was surprised to hear Kim just wanted to go home, beliving it was because Drakken and Shego got away again, but Kim assured him she was use to it. After signing Ron's petiton, Kim headed home. She asked her dad for help, but in this case, he felt she should talk to her mother. After a talk on phone with her mother and the other doctors (it was on speaker cause "Hands free is really the only way to go"), Kim began to realize the prom was a nonissue.

The next day, Ron was on his way to school on his scooter, which wasn't very speedy. Just as he was about to park, a guy on a motorcycle took the space. Ron got pretty upset, but calmed down when it seemed he had alot in common with the new guy, Erik. Ron began to give Erik a tour of the school which ended in the cafeteria. There Erik spotted Kim and became fascinated with her. When he asked Ron if he and Kim were hooked up and Ron said no, this gave Erik the okay to move in on Kim, which he did. Kim began to spend more time with Erik than with Ron who was back to disliking Erik. Erik was even invited over for dinner at the Possible house one night.

That night, Dr. Possible was putting the finishing touches on the Hephaestus Project when Drakken came in with the sumo ninja demanding the project. To protect the project, Dr. Possible erased the files but still had all the information in his head. This was good for Drakken. Looks like he'll get to use his brain-tap machine after all.

Back at the Possible house, Ron was still having difficulties handling the fact that Kim had a boyfriend, and surprisingly, it was stirring something up inside him. Ron left in a huff, Rufus followed, and the two headed for Bueno Nacho. Kim figured Ron was okay while her mother was wondering where her father could be.

At Bueno Nacho, Ron was trying to figure out what was happening between him and Kim. His friend Ned had his own problems. He had been replaced as assitant manager by Lars who was sent by the new CEO. There were alot of changes in store for Bueno Nacho including Kiddie Meals wirh toys. Just then, Ron's beeper went off. Ir was Kim with a 9-1-1, she had learned Drakken had her father.

Kim and Ron arrived at Drakken's lair only to find it deserted. Suddenly, Kim and Ron fell through a trap door into a secret room. There, a hologram of Drakken showed them the sitiuation: Kim's father was dangling over a mutant sea-monster, but they also had to deal with Drakken's Synthodrones and his new motion-detecting deathray. While Kim did battle with the synthodrones, Ron tried to rescue Dr. Possible, but to no avail. After using the laser to get rid of the synthodrones and reflecting the beam back at itself, Kim saved her father from the sea-beast, who had no memory of what Drakken did to him.

At the mall, Kim and Monique were trying out dresses for the prom. Kim had no idea what Drakken's plan was. Erik came in and was about to ask Kim about the prom, when Bonnie interrupted saying how close Kim and Ron were. Monique managed to trick Bonnie into leaving, while she was still wearing the dress she hadn't paid for. Kim and Erik left the store, Ron watching from his booth with a frown on his face.

Kim wasn't the only one wondering what Drakken was cooking up. Shego tried to figure it out but couldn't see the connection between a toy design, cybertronic technology, synthodrone upgrades, and teenage wasteland. Shego tried to get Drakken to tell her, but he refused, saying if she can't figure out his plan, than never can Kim, meaning there was a chance he might win. Drakken left the still-confused Shego for a board meeting at a company he recently got control of.

In Japan, Nakasumi discovered Bueno Nacho had his new character Li'l Diablo and he wasn't very happy about it. Bueno Nachos all over the globe were giving out the little devil-like toy which was a big hit with children everywhere. Unfortunately, Ron, who couldn't handle all the kids, broke down on live t.v news. Upon seeing this, Kim decide to talk to Ron, who was in the old treehouse.

At the treehouse, Kim and Ron reminicised about old times such as when Kim saved Ron from a bully he pelted with his slingshot when they were six (Ron claims it was him who saved Kim, but the details were sketchy). They also talked about Ron's time at Camp Wannaweep, where Ron admitted that of all the terrible things that happened to him (including dealing with bullies, rabid squirrels, bugs, poison ivy, a mad monkey, a polluted lake and the fact that his mother wouldn't come get him), the worse thing was spending a whole summer away from Kim. When Kim asked if there was more bothering him than Bueno Nacho, Ron immedately said he had no problem with Erik, while giving off the same bluffing signs he did at his card game. Kim assured Ron that they would always be friends, but it was time to grow up a little. Erik arrived but Ron wouldn't let him come up ("This treehouse has a weight limit, and while I'm holding this slingshot, we're already pushing it"), so Kim left with him. As she did, Ron muttered to Rufus that he wasn't jealous. While walking her back home, Erik told Kim he thought the stuff she did was cool and asked her to the prom. Kim instantly accepted.

The night of the prom came. As Rufus helped Ron get ready, Ron told him how he couldn't understand what was happening to him. He wasn't bothered with Kim being with other guys before, but for some reason it was different this time. It was then Ron began to realize what was up with him: he had feelings for Kim, feelings that had probably been there since they first met. Ron figured it was time to tell Kim the truth about his feelings, but after some second thought, he decided against it, not wanting to take the risk if Kim chose Erik over him, especially if it had negative consequences on their friendship. At the Possible house, Erik arrived to pick up Kim. Erik even won Kim's dad over, saying he would have her back by ten. Kim looked more attractive than ever, however her graceful desecendant down the steps was interrupted by the twins on their rockets. Strangely enough, Erik had fast enough reflexes to dodge them. As Kim left for the prom with Erik, her mother looked at an old picture of Kim and Ron and wondered if her daughter was making the right choice. At the prom, Kim and Erik were the center of attention. Off the side at a table was Brick and a scowling Bonnie.

Ron, who decided not to go to the dance, went to Bueno Nacho. At first, he was getting an order to go, but an anxious Rufus begged have it now. While Lars was preparing Ron's order, Ned tried to tell Ron that something weird was happening, but Ron didn't pay attention. As a last attempt, Ned wrote the word "EVIL" on Ron's tray with Diablo sauce. As Rufus began scarfing nachos, he discoverd the message and tried to get Ron to look at it, but Ron was too down about losing Kim to give it a glance. In fact, the only thing he did notice was that the bendy straws had been taken away. Fed up with all these changes, Ron decided to complain to the new CEO of Bueno Nacho. He contacted Wade and had him patch him through. Ron was surprised that the CEO was...... Drakken. It seems Drakken used his new torture methods to get control of the company. Realizing Ron had learned too much, Lars had Ron attacked..... with the Li'l Diablos. Ron and Rufus managed to escape the attacking miniture robots on Ron's scooter (despite how slow it was) and headed for the prom, with the Diablos in hot pursuit.

Back at the prom, Wade tried to contact Kim to tell about Ron's discovery, but she was too distracted by Erik to pay attention. Ron busted in saying the Diablo toys were evil, causing everything to stop. When Ron pointed outside to the Diablos who had chased him, they had gone into hiding. Erik thought Ron was making it up, but Ron didn't care, all that mattered was that Kim believed him. At first she didn't, until he mentioned Drakken was in control of Bueno Nacho. Kim called Wade who confirmed everything Ron said. The Diablos were made of a technology more advanced than Wade every saw. Kim decided to show the designs to her father and she left with Ron, leaving behind a not so thrilled Erik.

It turns out the Diablos were made from the Hephaestus Project which Drakken extracted from Dr. Possible's brain. While Kim and Ron tried to figure out the meaning of this maddness, Drakken ordered Shego to give him a status report on the plan. Good news for him: There were enough Diablos scattered across the earth to implement the final phase at the stroke of midnight. The bad news: Kim was on to it. Determined not to lose this time, Drakken ordered his men to activate the Diablos in Middleton immedately and told Shego to pick up something for him while he was holding a picture of Kim and Erik. Back at the Possible house, Kim's dad revealed that the Hephaestus Project was a living metal capable modifying itself and growing. Seeing the shocked looks on everyones faces, he assured them it was useless without a command signal.

Just then, the taco sign at the Middleton Bueno Nacho turned into a signal attenna and began broadcasting a signal across the town. Jim and Tim's Diablos instantly transformed into giant killer robots. Kim's family heads for the garage while Kim and Ron deal with the Diablos. Things don't look good, the Diablos are unlike any of Drakken's other creations they've faced. Kim's family decides to help by upgrading Ron's scooter with Jim and Tim's rockets. Kim contacts Wade for help, but he is also having robot trouble. Wade says the only way to stop the Diablos is to take out the command signal but he is unable to track it at the moment. Ron figures the signal is coming from were the Diablos originated: Bueno Nacho. Kim and Ron jump on Ron's rocket boosted scooter and head to Bueno Nacho with one of the Diablos giving chase. Dodging the robot's laser blasts they arrive at Bueno Nacho and get the robot to knock over the transmitter. With the signal gone, all the Diablos in Middleton turn back into harmless toys. A safe and sound Wade contacts Kim and Ron, saying there's a hit on the site. It was Drakken congraduating Kim for surviving the attack, but she must surrender if she cares about the safety of Erik, who it seems Shego kidnapped from the prom.

Angrily, Kim rushes home and puts on the experimental battle suit Wade developed for her then raced to Bueno Nacho headquarters, Shego and Drakken watching her approach on the monitor. Shego is surprised, but Drakken is expecting her. Kim and Ron arrive at Drakken's lair and discover among they gadgets Wade gave them was a toy gun modified into an electromagnetic scrambler that could take down Drakken's system. Inside, Kim and Ron are attacked by the sumo ninja, who now has a high voice thanks to the atomic wedgie Ron gave him. Just as the sumo ninja is about to crush Ron, Kim tosses Rufus her lip gloss/knock-out gas. Rufus opens the container and the sumo ninja is out cold. Kim dodges an energy blast from Shego and the two once again fight. It seems Kim has the edge with the battle suit. Down below, Ron is cheering Kim on. The sumo ninja who recovered from the knockout gas sneaks up behind him, but Ron accidentaly knocks him out again. After a few well place punches and the right motivation, it seem's Kim has won the fight. Erik comes down the escalator and embraces Kim, only to reveal he is really Synthodrone #901. Kim tries to get away from him, but 901 sends an electric shock through her, shorting out her suit and knocking her out as he reverts to his true sythodrone form. Ron angrily charges at the sythodrone but is knocked out by Shego who got her second wind. Kim and Ron wake to find they are tied to Bueno Nacho props. Kim is down that she didn't realize Erik wasn't human and that Drakken played her so easily. She feels it's all over and Drakken has defeated her. But Ron gives her a peptalk and says it is not too late to stop Drakken and also says she'll find the right guy as he says "there is bound to be one out there or... in here". Kim begins to realize what Ron is trying to say. Just then, Rufus appears and, using Kim's laser, cuts his friends down. Kim grabs the electromagneticb scrambler, pockets it and the trio head for the final battle.

Midnight strikes, and Drakken and his men activate the main signal tower, which sends out the command signal to the entire world. Diablos everywhere transform into killer robots and begin attacking their resident areas. It appears Drakken has finally succeded. He begins boasting about how he was able to learn Kim's weakness: boys, when Kim comes in and gives Drakken a punch right in the jaw, then races up to the roof while Ron fights 901 which he learns maybe difficult as he watches 901 turn his head back around after Ron knocked it out of place. Up on the roof, it is storming and the sky is filled with Diablos. Kim tries to aim the scrambler at the signal tower, but it is knocked out of her hands by Shego. Ron runs up to the roof and attempts to grab the scrambler, but 901 busts through the roof and snatchs it, then he insults Rufus. Ron knocks 901 over and the scrambler goes flying. Rufus grabs the scrambler before it goes over the side. As Rufus attempts to pull the scrambler back up, Kim and Ron continue their fights with Shego and 901, Kim is holding her own against Shego, but it seems 901 is too strong for Ron. Rufus manages to get the scrambler back on the roof and passes to Ron who (while 901 is standing on top of him) in turn passes it to Kim. Kim knocks Shego out of the way, grabs the scrambler and fires it at the signal tower. But before the unit hits its target, 901 jumps onto the tower and grabs the unit. It seems all is lost. But a grudge-holding Rufus appears and bites 901's foot, causing his synthogoo to come pouring out. As 901 collapses into a puddle, he drops the scrambler unit and it makes contact with the tower. The tower shorts out, the computer system explodes, and Diablos all over the world turn back into harmless toys, some of which are picked up by happy children. Realizing his plan is ruined, Drakken tries to run for it, but is stopped by a miffed Ron who says he'll pay for what he did to Bueno Nacho. Drakken begs for mercy and finally says Ron's name. Shego also tried to escape, but is blocked by Kim who, like Ron, isn't in a happy mood and she gives Shego a kick into the base of the shorted out signal tower, causing it to collapse. Drakken, his henchmen, and Shego (who is sporting a new look after her electrifying encounter with the tower) are loaded into the paddy wagon, Drakken saying he can't believe he lost again. As he shuts the door to the paddy wagon, Ron says "Deal with it, dude." Having saved the day again, Kim and Ron have only one more thing to do. As Kim takes Ron's hand and they walk away, Ron asks "Where are we going?" Kim only smiles and says "You'll see".

Back at the prom, everyone is watching the news of Kim and Ron's latest victory over Drakken on the janitor's miniture t.v. Everyone gasps as two familar figures come through the door. Kim in her prom dress and Ron in his tux, both holding hands. Even an idiot could figure this out. Realizing that it has finally happened between Kim and Ron, Bonnie takes this as the ultimate opportunatey to insult them. She makes fun of the new couple and laughs, expecting everyone else to do the same. Instead, to her surprise (and Kim and Ron's as well), everyone cheers and applauds, like they were waiting for Kim and Ron to get together all along. The multicolor lights come on and the prom resumes. At first, Kim and Ron just stand in the doorway, too nervous to move. Rufus jumps out of Ron's pocket and pushes the two closer together. Taking the hint, Kim and Ron take each other's hands and start dancing. Christy Carlson Romano's song "Could It Be" matches the mood perfectly. Kim begins to realize the man of her dreams has been with her since Pre-K. From the look on Kim's face, we can tell Kim is having a better time with Ron than she had with Erik. On the side, Rufus and Monique happily watch their friends fall in love. On the other side, we once again see Brick and a scowling Bonnie. Kim and Ron stop in the middle of the song, look in each other's eyes, smile at each other, then summoning up more courage than ever before, they share their first kiss. Outside, the MHS board has the words "THE END" written on it.

Trivia

At the start of the movie, as a guy jumps off of the parade float, the Wilhelm Scream can be heard. The Wilhelm Scream is a popular sound effect used by producers when characters fall a great distance.

When Kim and Ron get out of the water outside of the casino, Kim doesn't have an air tank with her. Then during the scene where Kim is putting on her dress, Rufus is by an air tank, and there is another one next to him.

When Kim activates her rocket skates in the beginning, she presses a button on her glove. After she takes off the skates, that button is gone.

This is the second time Kim and Ron kiss, but this time, neither of them was under the influence of a emotion controlling microchip. It should also be noted that this is the third time that Kim kissed Ron, as she kissed him on the check under the misletoe in A Very Possible Christmas, but he did not kiss her.

Towards the end, Ron acts like Drakken has never said his name before, but Drakken repeatedly said it in the episode Ron Millionaire.

When Eric comes to Kim's house to eat pizza with her whole family (except for Kim's dad), Kim's mom was introduced to Eric; however when Eric comes to take Kim to the prom, her mom calls for her by saying "Kim, there's a very handsome man here for you", acting as though she had never met him.

When Ron tells Eric that Kim owes him a soda from before he met her, he is refurring to when they jynxed each other in the episode Bueno Nacho

In another episode, Day of the Snowmen, Ron said that the Diablo sauce was discontinued from Bueno Nacho, but in this episode, he is offered Diablo sauce at Bueno Nacho.

Shego: Like I said...

When Shego says this line, her mouth is not moving.

Featured Music:
1. "Call Me! Beep Me!" remix
2. "Why Don't You Kiss Her?" -Jesse McCartney
3. "Get Your Shine On" -Jesse McCartney
4. "Could It Be" -Christy Carlson Romano

The photographs in the front hall of Kim's house include some of Pre-K Kim, pre-teen Kim and Ron, and Kim's cousin Joss from "Showdown at the Crooked D"

When the sumo ninja attacks Kim and Ron in Bueno Nacho HQ, he has two pairs of nunchucks. When he picks up Ron, the nunchucks disappear. When he gets knocked out, one of the nunchucks reappears for a brief second before disappearing again as the sumo ninja crashes to the floor.

When Eric asks Ron "Who's that?" and points to Kim, she's wearing a teal shirt. When she is shown in the next shot, her shirt is red.

Just before Kim and Ron walk into the prom holding hands, Bonnie, Brick, and Monique are surrounded by people in the foreground. When Kim and Ron arrive, however, the people disappear. In the next shot, they're back again.

Ron: "Note serious face." This line was first used by Ron in Sink or Swim.

When Rufus digs Kim's laser lipstick out of her backpack, he activates it and implicitly cuts something offscreen, presumably the ropes that are binding Kim. In the next shot however, Rufus climbs up on the same ropes and cuts them.

When the Diablos first change, the "D" on their forehead changes to a Samurai helmet ornament. In the shot just before this happens, however, the shadow looming over the Possible family and Ron indicates that this has already occurred.

When Kim is battling the synthodrones in Drakken's lair, a shot from the death ray burns off part of her sleeve. When she is shown just seconds later, her shirt is whole again.

Before their romantic revelation at the end of the movie, Kim and Ron had three moments. First, at school, second, in the treehouse (Interrupted by Eric), and third when they were tied up (Interrupted by Rufus)

Ron lost his pants three times in this movie. First, he was shot out by his blaster briefs, then he forgot them at the mall, then they fell off after he ko'd the sumo ninja.

When the manager gives Ron his order there's already a straw in his cup, but when Ron sits down the straw is gone.

This was originally going to be the Series Finale, but in November 2005, Disney ordered 22 new episodes that began airing February 10, 2007.

Title: So the Drama: The title of this movie is a pun on Kim's popular catch phrase "So not the drama".

My Date with the President's Daughter: Ron's scooter bears a striking resemblance to the scooter that Duncan Fletcher (also played by Will Friedle) rode in My Date with the President's Daughter.

McDonalds: Ned: Imagine the brat factor! Next they'll add a playground, and then what? A spokesclown? This is a reference to the popular fast-food chain McDonalds. Every McDonald's location has a playground, and the "spokesclown" is a reference to the company's mascot, Ronald McDonald. Also, in Bueno Nacho's HQ, there is a picture of the first Bueno Nacho location, which looks exactly like the first McDonalds location.

Tron: Kim's battlesuit is a nod to the movie Tron (Also made by Disney). This is especially obvious when the forearm portion changes form to resemble the overall design (circuitry) of the costumes in that movie. edit »Soviet Union: In the final fight scene on the roof of Bueno Nacho HQ, the image of Diablos flying overhead mimics Soviet propoganda footage.

LEGO: The "Little Diablo" toys slightly resemble LEGOs. (Look at the hands)

No on 65: While Ron is preparing for the prom, a sticker on his mirror reads "No on 65." This refers to Disney's 65 episode limit on all cartoons. A viewer-led petition campaign protesting this policy recently got the show a fourth season.

The Man with the Golden Gun: The wedgie that Ron gives the sumo ninja is a nod to The Man With the Golden Gun, in which Bond performs a similar maneuver by twisting the knot on the back of the sash. Coincidentally, that movie also involved a very wealthy Asian CEO, only he was killed.

Batman: The opening scene is a nod to the parade sequence in the 1989 Tim Burton Batman.

James Bond: Several Bond References: 1- Kim's laser lipstick is a nod to Bond's laser watch in Golden Eye. 2- The opening title sequence (short opening scene followed by beginning credits) has been used in every bond movie since From Russia With Love. 3- The scene in which Drakken and Shego walk through Drakken's lair while the equipment in the background is malfunctioning is the same format as the numerous Q-Labs scenes in Bond movies. 4- Drakken's suit that he wears as Bueno Nacho's CEO is a sly nod to the one worn by Willard Whyte in Diamonds Are Forever. In fact, his entire office is a direct copy of one of the sets.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Ricky Ullman: Eric


So the Drama (Part Two of the movie)
Episode: 13 (season) / 64 (show) / 58 (production order) First Aired: April 8, 2005 Product Code: 306
Writers: Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

The movie opens in Japan during the Nakasumi-toys parade. Nakasumi and Miss Kiyoto are on a float waving to everyone. Just then, Shego, in a large green jet, appears and launches smokescreen missles covering the entire area. Then she ordered a group of waiting ninjas to attack. The ninjas surround Nakasumi and are about to seize him when Kim bursts out of the float Nakasumi was riding and does battle with the ninjas. While she is doing this, Ron is having a difficult time getting out of the float. When he does get out (with the aid of Nakasumi) he encounters a sumo ninja. Kim and Ron take care of the ninja squad no sweat (Ron also gave the sumo ninja a super atomic wedgie). Shego dives out of the sky and using a mechanical hook, grabs Nakasumi and carries him off. Kim activates her rocket skates and gives chase. Ron tries to follow suite but unfortunately he put on his blaster briefs instead of his rocket skates, which propel him all over town. Kim manages to grab onto Nakasumi and holds on for dear life, Shego does all she can to shake her loose. Wade calls Kim saying Monique would like to talk, she has the latest info on Bonnie and Brick's relationship (right now the relationship is on). When Kim asks how many times can they do this, Monique replies that Bonnie loves the drama. The conversation is cut short when Shego tries to swing Kim into a jumbotron. Ron's briefs run out of fuel, he falls and grabs ahold of Kim. The extra weight frees Nakasumi from the hook and the three fall to earth. With Ron still holding onto her, Kim grabs Nakasumi and whips out her hairdryer grappling hook. She fires it at a sign which it wraps around. While Kim, Ron and Nakasumi try to swing to safety, Shego makes one final attempt to nab the toymaker, but the only thing she ends up getting is his jacket. Kim and the others land safely back on the float with all the parade viewers cheering. As she flies away, Shego says "You know, one day we really need to take that hairdryer from her."

A grateful Nakasumi flies Kim and her friends back to Middleton. Wade is still trying to figure out why Drakken wanted to kidnap Nakasumi, Kim is working on her homework, while Ron and Rufus are playing with some of the toys Nakasumi developed (a couple of Nakasumi copperation executives are working on Ron's homework for his efforts in Nakasumi's rescue). Kim and her friends are surprised that the creations of Nakasumi toys all started as doodles drawn by Nakasumi himself and that every child in the world found them irresitable. The jet plans to land but Kim decides that she and her friends will land on their own. They jump out of the plane and open their parachutes (all the homework the executives did for Ron goes flying when his chute opens).

At the Possible house, Kim's mother is making breakfast while her father is working on his biggest project: The Hephaestus Project, a new advanced technology that took over three years and three billion dollars to develop. Kim's brothers Jim and Tim are working on their own project. Kim lands in the yard and enters the house. Just as her parents are about to chew her out for being out so late, Kim turns on the t.v as the reporter tells about Kim's latest deed. Just then, Jim and Tim's new project: a couple of miniture rockets come flying into the kitchen. Kim strikes the rockets out of the air with a frying pan, much to the displeasure of her brothers.

Shego returns to Drakken's lair only to get a very cold welcome. Disappointed with Shego's failure, Drakken has his Synthodrones: humanoid-like goons that run on sythoplasm, attack her. The drones give Shego a tough fight, until she uses her powers to penetrate one, draining it of it's sythogoo. Drakken immedeately called off the rest of the drones. When Shego asks why he was so edgy, he tells her it was time to advance his methods and that failure was no longer an option. Drakken shows Shego his new projects: mutant sea-monster, new anhilator ray, new torture methods, and to Shego's suprise, studying the teenage mind. Drakken vows to discover Kim's fatal flaw and utilize it to ensure his victory. One of Drakken's scientist come up to him and says the brain-tap machine he was going to use on Nakasumi was useless without a brain. In his rage, Drakken tore apart the jacket Shego stole from Nakasumi. A small piece of paper falls out of the pocket. On it is the design for Li'l Diablo, Nakasumi's newest toy. Shego doesn't understand why Drakken is so giddy about a doodle.

Back in Middleton, Cheerleading practice is interrupted by Brick's call to Bonnie. This gets Kim riled. But then Bonnie points out that Kim is the only one on the squad who isn't dating a jock. With the prom coming up, it looked like Kim's options were captain of the chess team or a certain blonde haired boy Kim knew.

At Bueno Nacho, Kim relays what happened to Monique and said, to her own displeasure, that Bonnie might have a point. Ron is a great guy, but he is just a friend and Kim doesn't see them going to the prom together. Ron is having difficulties of his own. Naco Night has been cancelled due to new management of the company. Ron doesn't like the sound of this. Monique tries to convince Kim not to let Bonnie get to her. Just then, Wade interrupts Kim and Ron's plights, saying he has found Drakken at the Bermuda Triangle, a hotel/Casino out in the middle of the ocean.

Drakken needs information and the best source for information is Big Daddy Brotherson. Of course getting to him will prove difficult as Drakken doesn't play by Brotherson's rules. Kim, Ron and Rufus get a lift to the hotel from Mr. Bailey, a man Kim helped when he was caught in a storm. The trio then swim threw the defenses surrounding the island: underwater fence, imobolizng buoys and laster turret clams. After reaching land, Ron askes if the people in the hotel were trying to keep them out. The trio then change into their disguises. Ron is wearing a very ridiculous tux that belonged to his father. The trio then slip through the air vent and into the air ducts. Kim gets into the ladies' room while Ron and Rufus search for their own exit. The two fall out of the shaft right into a poker game where Ron is mistaken for a guy called "The Kid". Kim's disguise obviously didn't fool Shego cause she attacked and the two went into another fight. While Kim fought for her life, Ron got tangled into the card game. Ron bet all of the chips he was given. One of the poker players, a cowboy, said that was bold and asked if he was good for it. The cowboy knew all the signs for when someone wasn't truthful: No eye contact, touching the face, shallow breath. Ron had all the symptoms and he lost the game. Ron tried to get away but the cowboy wouldn't let Ron leave until he paid up. Just then, Kim and Shego busted into the room fighting, giving Ron the chance to escape as The real Kid arrived. Meanwhile, Drakken finally got through to Brotherson and learned that the scientist who had developed the cybertronic technology he needed was his old college pal James Timothy Possible. With Ron's help, Kim captured Shego. But before Kim could get any information out of her, Drakken appeared and the two villians escaped.

Back in Middleton, Kim was having trouble with the fact that she didn't have a date for the prom. Ron wasn't about to take Bueno Nacho's changes lying down. He made a petiton to get Naco Night back. He was surprised to hear Kim just wanted to go home, beliving it was because Drakken and Shego got away again, but Kim assured him she was use to it. After signing Ron's petiton, Kim headed home. She asked her dad for help, but in this case, he felt she should talk to her mother. After a talk on phone with her mother and the other doctors (it was on speaker cause "Hands free is really the only way to go"), Kim began to realize the prom was a nonissue.

The next day, Ron was on his way to school on his scooter, which wasn't very speedy. Just as he was about to park, a guy on a motorcycle took the space. Ron got pretty upset, but calmed down when it seemed he had alot in common with the new guy, Erik. Ron began to give Erik a tour of the school which ended in the cafeteria. There Erik spotted Kim and became fascinated with her. When he asked Ron if he and Kim were hooked up and Ron said no, this gave Erik the okay to move in on Kim, which he did. Kim began to spend more time with Erik than with Ron who was back to disliking Erik. Erik was even invited over for dinner at the Possible house one night.

That night, Dr. Possible was putting the finishing touches on the Hephaestus Project when Drakken came in with the sumo ninja demanding the project. To protect the project, Dr. Possible erased the files but still had all the information in his head. This was good for Drakken. Looks like he'll get to use his brain-tap machine after all.

Back at the Possible house, Ron was still having difficulties handling the fact that Kim had a boyfriend, and surprisingly, it was stirring something up inside him. Ron left in a huff, Rufus followed, and the two headed for Bueno Nacho. Kim figured Ron was okay while her mother was wondering where her father could be.

At Bueno Nacho, Ron was trying to figure out what was happening between him and Kim. His friend Ned had his own problems. He had been replaced as assitant manager by Lars who was sent by the new CEO. There were alot of changes in store for Bueno Nacho including Kiddie Meals wirh toys. Just then, Ron's beeper went off. Ir was Kim with a 9-1-1, she had learned Drakken had her father.

Kim and Ron arrived at Drakken's lair only to find it deserted. Suddenly, Kim and Ron fell through a trap door into a secret room. There, a hologram of Drakken showed them the sitiuation: Kim's father was dangling over a mutant sea-monster, but they also had to deal with Drakken's Synthodrones and his new motion-detecting deathray. While Kim did battle with the synthodrones, Ron tried to rescue Dr. Possible, but to no avail. After using the laser to get rid of the synthodrones and reflecting the beam back at itself, Kim saved her father from the sea-beast, who had no memory of what Drakken did to him.

At the mall, Kim and Monique were trying out dresses for the prom. Kim had no idea what Drakken's plan was. Erik came in and was about to ask Kim about the prom, when Bonnie interrupted saying how close Kim and Ron were. Monique managed to trick Bonnie into leaving, while she was still wearing the dress she hadn't paid for. Kim and Erik left the store, Ron watching from his booth with a frown on his face.

Kim wasn't the only one wondering what Drakken was cooking up. Shego tried to figure it out but couldn't see the connection between a toy design, cybertronic technology, synthodrone upgrades, and teenage wasteland. Shego tried to get Drakken to tell her, but he refused, saying if she can't figure out his plan, than never can Kim, meaning there was a chance he might win. Drakken left the still-confused Shego for a board meeting at a company he recently got control of.

In Japan, Nakasumi discovered Bueno Nacho had his new character Li'l Diablo and he wasn't very happy about it. Bueno Nachos all over the globe were giving out the little devil-like toy which was a big hit with children everywhere. Unfortunately, Ron, who couldn't handle all the kids, broke down on live t.v news. Upon seeing this, Kim decide to talk to Ron, who was in the old treehouse.

At the treehouse, Kim and Ron reminicised about old times such as when Kim saved Ron from a bully he pelted with his slingshot when they were six (Ron claims it was him who saved Kim, but the details were sketchy). They also talked about Ron's time at Camp Wannaweep, where Ron admitted that of all the terrible things that happened to him (including dealing with bullies, rabid squirrels, bugs, poison ivy, a mad monkey, a polluted lake and the fact that his mother wouldn't come get him), the worse thing was spending a whole summer away from Kim. When Kim asked if there was more bothering him than Bueno Nacho, Ron immedately said he had no problem with Erik, while giving off the same bluffing signs he did at his card game. Kim assured Ron that they would always be friends, but it was time to grow up a little. Erik arrived but Ron wouldn't let him come up ("This treehouse has a weight limit, and while I'm holding this slingshot, we're already pushing it"), so Kim left with him. As she did, Ron muttered to Rufus that he wasn't jealous. While walking her back home, Erik told Kim he thought the stuff she did was cool and asked her to the prom. Kim instantly accepted.

The night of the prom came. As Rufus helped Ron get ready, Ron told him how he couldn't understand what was happening to him. He wasn't bothered with Kim being with other guys before, but for some reason it was different this time. It was then Ron began to realize what was up with him: he had feelings for Kim, feelings that had probably been there since they first met. Ron figured it was time to tell Kim the truth about his feelings, but after some second thought, he decided against it, not wanting to take the risk if Kim chose Erik over him, especially if it had negative consequences on their friendship. At the Possible house, Erik arrived to pick up Kim. Erik even won Kim's dad over, saying he would have her back by ten. Kim looked more attractive than ever, however her graceful desecendant down the steps was interrupted by the twins on their rockets. Strangely enough, Erik had fast enough reflexes to dodge them. As Kim left for the prom with Erik, her mother looked at an old picture of Kim and Ron and wondered if her daughter was making the right choice. At the prom, Kim and Erik were the center of attention. Off the side at a table was Brick and a scowling Bonnie.

Ron, who decided not to go to the dance, went to Bueno Nacho. At first, he was getting an order to go, but an anxious Rufus begged have it now. While Lars was preparing Ron's order, Ned tried to tell Ron that something weird was happening, but Ron didn't pay attention. As a last attempt, Ned wrote the word "EVIL" on Ron's tray with Diablo sauce. As Rufus began scarfing nachos, he discoverd the message and tried to get Ron to look at it, but Ron was too down about losing Kim to give it a glance. In fact, the only thing he did notice was that the bendy straws had been taken away. Fed up with all these changes, Ron decided to complain to the new CEO of Bueno Nacho. He contacted Wade and had him patch him through. Ron was surprised that the CEO was...... Drakken. It seems Drakken used his new torture methods to get control of the company. Realizing Ron had learned too much, Lars had Ron attacked..... with the Li'l Diablos. Ron and Rufus managed to escape the attacking miniture robots on Ron's scooter (despite how slow it was) and headed for the prom, with the Diablos in hot pursuit.

Back at the prom, Wade tried to contact Kim to tell about Ron's discovery, but she was too distracted by Erik to pay attention. Ron busted in saying the Diablo toys were evil, causing everything to stop. When Ron pointed outside to the Diablos who had chased him, they had gone into hiding. Erik thought Ron was making it up, but Ron didn't care, all that mattered was that Kim believed him. At first she didn't, until he mentioned Drakken was in control of Bueno Nacho. Kim called Wade who confirmed everything Ron said. The Diablos were made of a technology more advanced than Wade every saw. Kim decided to show the designs to her father and she left with Ron, leaving behind a not so thrilled Erik.

It turns out the Diablos were made from the Hephaestus Project which Drakken extracted from Dr. Possible's brain. While Kim and Ron tried to figure out the meaning of this maddness, Drakken ordered Shego to give him a status report on the plan. Good news for him: There were enough Diablos scattered across the earth to implement the final phase at the stroke of midnight. The bad news: Kim was on to it. Determined not to lose this time, Drakken ordered his men to activate the Diablos in Middleton immedately and told Shego to pick up something for him while he was holding a picture of Kim and Erik. Back at the Possible house, Kim's dad revealed that the Hephaestus Project was a living metal capable modifying itself and growing. Seeing the shocked looks on everyones faces, he assured them it was useless without a command signal.

Just then, the taco sign at the Middleton Bueno Nacho turned into a signal attenna and began broadcasting a signal across the town. Jim and Tim's Diablos instantly transformed into giant killer robots. Kim's family heads for the garage while Kim and Ron deal with the Diablos. Things don't look good, the Diablos are unlike any of Drakken's other creations they've faced. Kim's family decides to help by upgrading Ron's scooter with Jim and Tim's rockets. Kim contacts Wade for help, but he is also having robot trouble. Wade says the only way to stop the Diablos is to take out the command signal but he is unable to track it at the moment. Ron figures the signal is coming from were the Diablos originated: Bueno Nacho. Kim and Ron jump on Ron's rocket boosted scooter and head to Bueno Nacho with one of the Diablos giving chase. Dodging the robot's laser blasts they arrive at Bueno Nacho and get the robot to knock over the transmitter. With the signal gone, all the Diablos in Middleton turn back into harmless toys. A safe and sound Wade contacts Kim and Ron, saying there's a hit on the site. It was Drakken congraduating Kim for surviving the attack, but she must surrender if she cares about the safety of Erik, who it seems Shego kidnapped from the prom.

Angrily, Kim rushes home and puts on the experimental battle suit Wade developed for her then raced to Bueno Nacho headquarters, Shego and Drakken watching her approach on the monitor. Shego is surprised, but Drakken is expecting her. Kim and Ron arrive at Drakken's lair and discover among they gadgets Wade gave them was a toy gun modified into an electromagnetic scrambler that could take down Drakken's system. Inside, Kim and Ron are attacked by the sumo ninja, who now has a high voice thanks to the atomic wedgie Ron gave him. Just as the sumo ninja is about to crush Ron, Kim tosses Rufus her lip gloss/knock-out gas. Rufus opens the container and the sumo ninja is out cold. Kim dodges an energy blast from Shego and the two once again fight. It seems Kim has the edge with the battle suit. Down below, Ron is cheering Kim on. The sumo ninja who recovered from the knockout gas sneaks up behind him, but Ron accidentaly knocks him out again. After a few well place punches and the right motivation, it seem's Kim has won the fight. Erik comes down the escalator and embraces Kim, only to reveal he is really Synthodrone #901. Kim tries to get away from him, but 901 sends an electric shock through her, shorting out her suit and knocking her out as he reverts to his true sythodrone form. Ron angrily charges at the sythodrone but is knocked out by Shego who got her second wind. Kim and Ron wake to find they are tied to Bueno Nacho props. Kim is down that she didn't realize Erik wasn't human and that Drakken played her so easily. She feels it's all over and Drakken has defeated her. But Ron gives her a peptalk and says it is not too late to stop Drakken and also says she'll find the right guy as he says "there is bound to be one out there or... in here". Kim begins to realize what Ron is trying to say. Just then, Rufus appears and, using Kim's laser, cuts his friends down. Kim grabs the electromagneticb scrambler, pockets it and the trio head for the final battle.

Midnight strikes, and Drakken and his men activate the main signal tower, which sends out the command signal to the entire world. Diablos everywhere transform into killer robots and begin attacking their resident areas. It appears Drakken has finally succeded. He begins boasting about how he was able to learn Kim's weakness: boys, when Kim comes in and gives Drakken a punch right in the jaw, then races up to the roof while Ron fights 901 which he learns maybe difficult as he watches 901 turn his head back around after Ron knocked it out of place. Up on the roof, it is storming and the sky is filled with Diablos. Kim tries to aim the scrambler at the signal tower, but it is knocked out of her hands by Shego. Ron runs up to the roof and attempts to grab the scrambler, but 901 busts through the roof and snatchs it, then he insults Rufus. Ron knocks 901 over and the scrambler goes flying. Rufus grabs the scrambler before it goes over the side. As Rufus attempts to pull the scrambler back up, Kim and Ron continue their fights with Shego and 901, Kim is holding her own against Shego, but it seems 901 is too strong for Ron. Rufus manages to get the scrambler back on the roof and passes to Ron who (while 901 is standing on top of him) in turn passes it to Kim. Kim knocks Shego out of the way, grabs the scrambler and fires it at the signal tower. But before the unit hits its target, 901 jumps onto the tower and grabs the unit. It seems all is lost. But a grudge-holding Rufus appears and bites 901's foot, causing his synthogoo to come pouring out. As 901 collapses into a puddle, he drops the scrambler unit and it makes contact with the tower. The tower shorts out, the computer system explodes, and Diablos all over the world turn back into harmless toys, some of which are picked up by happy children. Realizing his plan is ruined, Drakken tries to run for it, but is stopped by a miffed Ron who says he'll pay for what he did to Bueno Nacho. Drakken begs for mercy and finally says Ron's name. Shego also tried to escape, but is blocked by Kim who, like Ron, isn't in a happy mood and she gives Shego a kick into the base of the shorted out signal tower, causing it to collapse. Drakken, his henchmen, and Shego (who is sporting a new look after her electrifying encounter with the tower) are loaded into the paddy wagon, Drakken saying he can't believe he lost again. As he shuts the door to the paddy wagon, Ron says "Deal with it, dude." Having saved the day again, Kim and Ron have only one more thing to do. As Kim takes Ron's hand and they walk away, Ron asks "Where are we going?" Kim only smiles and says "You'll see".

Back at the prom, everyone is watching the news of Kim and Ron's latest victory over Drakken on the janitor's miniture t.v. Everyone gasps as two familar figures come through the door. Kim in her prom dress and Ron in his tux, both holding hands. Even an idiot could figure this out. Realizing that it has finally happened between Kim and Ron, Bonnie takes this as the ultimate opportunatey to insult them. She makes fun of the new couple and laughs, expecting everyone else to do the same. Instead, to her surprise (and Kim and Ron's as well), everyone cheers and applauds, like they were waiting for Kim and Ron to get together all along. The multicolor lights come on and the prom resumes. At first, Kim and Ron just stand in the doorway, too nervous to move. Rufus jumps out of Ron's pocket and pushes the two closer together. Taking the hint, Kim and Ron take each other's hands and start dancing. Christy Carlson Romano's song "Could It Be" matches the mood perfectly. Kim begins to realize the man of her dreams has been with her since Pre-K. From the look on Kim's face, we can tell Kim is having a better time with Ron than she had with Erik. On the side, Rufus and Monique happily watch their friends fall in love. On the other side, we once again see Brick and a scowling Bonnie. Kim and Ron stop in the middle of the song, look in each other's eyes, smile at each other, then summoning up more courage than ever before, they share their first kiss. Outside, the MHS board has the words "THE END" written on it.

Trivia

At the start of the movie, as a guy jumps off of the parade float, the Wilhelm Scream can be heard. The Wilhelm Scream is a popular sound effect used by producers when characters fall a great distance.

When Kim and Ron get out of the water outside of the casino, Kim doesn't have an air tank with her. Then during the scene where Kim is putting on her dress, Rufus is by an air tank, and there is another one next to him.

When Kim activates her rocket skates in the beginning, she presses a button on her glove. After she takes off the skates, that button is gone.

This is the second time Kim and Ron kiss, but this time, neither of them was under the influence of a emotion controlling microchip. It should also be noted that this is the third time that Kim kissed Ron, as she kissed him on the check under the misletoe in A Very Possible Christmas, but he did not kiss her.

Towards the end, Ron acts like Drakken has never said his name before, but Drakken repeatedly said it in the episode Ron Millionaire.

When Eric comes to Kim's house to eat pizza with her whole family (except for Kim's dad), Kim's mom was introduced to Eric; however when Eric comes to take Kim to the prom, her mom calls for her by saying "Kim, there's a very handsome man here for you", acting as though she had never met him.

When Ron tells Eric that Kim owes him a soda from before he met her, he is refurring to when they jynxed each other in the episode Bueno Nacho

In another episode, Day of the Snowmen, Ron said that the Diablo sauce was discontinued from Bueno Nacho, but in this episode, he is offered Diablo sauce at Bueno Nacho.

Shego: Like I said...

When Shego says this line, her mouth is not moving.

Featured Music:
1. "Call Me! Beep Me!" remix
2. "Why Don't You Kiss Her?" -Jesse McCartney
3. "Get Your Shine On" -Jesse McCartney
4. "Could It Be" -Christy Carlson Romano

The photographs in the front hall of Kim's house include some of Pre-K Kim, pre-teen Kim and Ron, and Kim's cousin Joss from "Showdown at the Crooked D"

When the sumo ninja attacks Kim and Ron in Bueno Nacho HQ, he has two pairs of nunchucks. When he picks up Ron, the nunchucks disappear. When he gets knocked out, one of the nunchucks reappears for a brief second before disappearing again as the sumo ninja crashes to the floor.

When Eric asks Ron "Who's that?" and points to Kim, she's wearing a teal shirt. When she is shown in the next shot, her shirt is red.

Just before Kim and Ron walk into the prom holding hands, Bonnie, Brick, and Monique are surrounded by people in the foreground. When Kim and Ron arrive, however, the people disappear. In the next shot, they're back again.

Ron: "Note serious face." This line was first used by Ron in Sink or Swim.

When Rufus digs Kim's laser lipstick out of her backpack, he activates it and implicitly cuts something offscreen, presumably the ropes that are binding Kim. In the next shot however, Rufus climbs up on the same ropes and cuts them.

When the Diablos first change, the "D" on their forehead changes to a Samurai helmet ornament. In the shot just before this happens, however, the shadow looming over the Possible family and Ron indicates that this has already occurred.

When Kim is battling the synthodrones in Drakken's lair, a shot from the death ray burns off part of her sleeve. When she is shown just seconds later, her shirt is whole again.

Before their romantic revelation at the end of the movie, Kim and Ron had three moments. First, at school, second, in the treehouse (Interrupted by Eric), and third when they were tied up (Interrupted by Rufus)

Ron lost his pants three times in this movie. First, he was shot out by his blaster briefs, then he forgot them at the mall, then they fell off after he ko'd the sumo ninja.

When the manager gives Ron his order there's already a straw in his cup, but when Ron sits down the straw is gone.

This was originally going to be the Series Finale, but in November 2005, Disney ordered 22 new episodes that began airing February 10, 2007.

Title: So the Drama: The title of this movie is a pun on Kim's popular catch phrase "So not the drama".

My Date with the President's Daughter: Ron's scooter bears a striking resemblance to the scooter that Duncan Fletcher (also played by Will Friedle) rode in My Date with the President's Daughter.

McDonalds: Ned: Imagine the brat factor! Next they'll add a playground, and then what? A spokesclown? This is a reference to the popular fast-food chain McDonalds. Every McDonald's location has a playground, and the "spokesclown" is a reference to the company's mascot, Ronald McDonald. Also, in Bueno Nacho's HQ, there is a picture of the first Bueno Nacho location, which looks exactly like the first McDonalds location.

Tron: Kim's battlesuit is a nod to the movie Tron (Also made by Disney). This is especially obvious when the forearm portion changes form to resemble the overall design (circuitry) of the costumes in that movie. edit »Soviet Union: In the final fight scene on the roof of Bueno Nacho HQ, the image of Diablos flying overhead mimics Soviet propoganda footage.

LEGO: The "Little Diablo" toys slightly resemble LEGOs. (Look at the hands)

No on 65: While Ron is preparing for the prom, a sticker on his mirror reads "No on 65." This refers to Disney's 65 episode limit on all cartoons. A viewer-led petition campaign protesting this policy recently got the show a fourth season.

The Man with the Golden Gun: The wedgie that Ron gives the sumo ninja is a nod to The Man With the Golden Gun, in which Bond performs a similar maneuver by twisting the knot on the back of the sash. Coincidentally, that movie also involved a very wealthy Asian CEO, only he was killed.

Batman: The opening scene is a nod to the parade sequence in the 1989 Tim Burton Batman.

James Bond: Several Bond References: 1- Kim's laser lipstick is a nod to Bond's laser watch in Golden Eye. 2- The opening title sequence (short opening scene followed by beginning credits) has been used in every bond movie since From Russia With Love. 3- The scene in which Drakken and Shego walk through Drakken's lair while the equipment in the background is malfunctioning is the same format as the numerous Q-Labs scenes in Bond movies. 4- Drakken's suit that he wears as Bueno Nacho's CEO is a sly nod to the one worn by Willard Whyte in Diamonds Are Forever. In fact, his entire office is a direct copy of one of the sets.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Ricky Ullman: Eric


So the Drama (Part Three of the movie)
Episode: 14 (season) / 65 (show) / 59 (production order) First Aired: April 8, 2005 Product Code: 307
Writers: Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

The movie opens in Japan during the Nakasumi-toys parade. Nakasumi and Miss Kiyoto are on a float waving to everyone. Just then, Shego, in a large green jet, appears and launches smokescreen missles covering the entire area. Then she ordered a group of waiting ninjas to attack. The ninjas surround Nakasumi and are about to seize him when Kim bursts out of the float Nakasumi was riding and does battle with the ninjas. While she is doing this, Ron is having a difficult time getting out of the float. When he does get out (with the aid of Nakasumi) he encounters a sumo ninja. Kim and Ron take care of the ninja squad no sweat (Ron also gave the sumo ninja a super atomic wedgie). Shego dives out of the sky and using a mechanical hook, grabs Nakasumi and carries him off. Kim activates her rocket skates and gives chase. Ron tries to follow suite but unfortunately he put on his blaster briefs instead of his rocket skates, which propel him all over town. Kim manages to grab onto Nakasumi and holds on for dear life, Shego does all she can to shake her loose. Wade calls Kim saying Monique would like to talk, she has the latest info on Bonnie and Brick's relationship (right now the relationship is on). When Kim asks how many times can they do this, Monique replies that Bonnie loves the drama. The conversation is cut short when Shego tries to swing Kim into a jumbotron. Ron's briefs run out of fuel, he falls and grabs ahold of Kim. The extra weight frees Nakasumi from the hook and the three fall to earth. With Ron still holding onto her, Kim grabs Nakasumi and whips out her hairdryer grappling hook. She fires it at a sign which it wraps around. While Kim, Ron and Nakasumi try to swing to safety, Shego makes one final attempt to nab the toymaker, but the only thing she ends up getting is his jacket. Kim and the others land safely back on the float with all the parade viewers cheering. As she flies away, Shego says "You know, one day we really need to take that hairdryer from her."

A grateful Nakasumi flies Kim and her friends back to Middleton. Wade is still trying to figure out why Drakken wanted to kidnap Nakasumi, Kim is working on her homework, while Ron and Rufus are playing with some of the toys Nakasumi developed (a couple of Nakasumi copperation executives are working on Ron's homework for his efforts in Nakasumi's rescue). Kim and her friends are surprised that the creations of Nakasumi toys all started as doodles drawn by Nakasumi himself and that every child in the world found them irresitable. The jet plans to land but Kim decides that she and her friends will land on their own. They jump out of the plane and open their parachutes (all the homework the executives did for Ron goes flying when his chute opens).

At the Possible house, Kim's mother is making breakfast while her father is working on his biggest project: The Hephaestus Project, a new advanced technology that took over three years and three billion dollars to develop. Kim's brothers Jim and Tim are working on their own project. Kim lands in the yard and enters the house. Just as her parents are about to chew her out for being out so late, Kim turns on the t.v as the reporter tells about Kim's latest deed. Just then, Jim and Tim's new project: a couple of miniture rockets come flying into the kitchen. Kim strikes the rockets out of the air with a frying pan, much to the displeasure of her brothers.

Shego returns to Drakken's lair only to get a very cold welcome. Disappointed with Shego's failure, Drakken has his Synthodrones: humanoid-like goons that run on sythoplasm, attack her. The drones give Shego a tough fight, until she uses her powers to penetrate one, draining it of it's sythogoo. Drakken immedeately called off the rest of the drones. When Shego asks why he was so edgy, he tells her it was time to advance his methods and that failure was no longer an option. Drakken shows Shego his new projects: mutant sea-monster, new anhilator ray, new torture methods, and to Shego's suprise, studying the teenage mind. Drakken vows to discover Kim's fatal flaw and utilize it to ensure his victory. One of Drakken's scientist come up to him and says the brain-tap machine he was going to use on Nakasumi was useless without a brain. In his rage, Drakken tore apart the jacket Shego stole from Nakasumi. A small piece of paper falls out of the pocket. On it is the design for Li'l Diablo, Nakasumi's newest toy. Shego doesn't understand why Drakken is so giddy about a doodle.

Back in Middleton, Cheerleading practice is interrupted by Brick's call to Bonnie. This gets Kim riled. But then Bonnie points out that Kim is the only one on the squad who isn't dating a jock. With the prom coming up, it looked like Kim's options were captain of the chess team or a certain blonde haired boy Kim knew.

At Bueno Nacho, Kim relays what happened to Monique and said, to her own displeasure, that Bonnie might have a point. Ron is a great guy, but he is just a friend and Kim doesn't see them going to the prom together. Ron is having difficulties of his own. Naco Night has been cancelled due to new management of the company. Ron doesn't like the sound of this. Monique tries to convince Kim not to let Bonnie get to her. Just then, Wade interrupts Kim and Ron's plights, saying he has found Drakken at the Bermuda Triangle, a hotel/Casino out in the middle of the ocean.

Drakken needs information and the best source for information is Big Daddy Brotherson. Of course getting to him will prove difficult as Drakken doesn't play by Brotherson's rules. Kim, Ron and Rufus get a lift to the hotel from Mr. Bailey, a man Kim helped when he was caught in a storm. The trio then swim threw the defenses surrounding the island: underwater fence, imobolizng buoys and laster turret clams. After reaching land, Ron askes if the people in the hotel were trying to keep them out. The trio then change into their disguises. Ron is wearing a very ridiculous tux that belonged to his father. The trio then slip through the air vent and into the air ducts. Kim gets into the ladies' room while Ron and Rufus search for their own exit. The two fall out of the shaft right into a poker game where Ron is mistaken for a guy called "The Kid". Kim's disguise obviously didn't fool Shego cause she attacked and the two went into another fight. While Kim fought for her life, Ron got tangled into the card game. Ron bet all of the chips he was given. One of the poker players, a cowboy, said that was bold and asked if he was good for it. The cowboy knew all the signs for when someone wasn't truthful: No eye contact, touching the face, shallow breath. Ron had all the symptoms and he lost the game. Ron tried to get away but the cowboy wouldn't let Ron leave until he paid up. Just then, Kim and Shego busted into the room fighting, giving Ron the chance to escape as The real Kid arrived. Meanwhile, Drakken finally got through to Brotherson and learned that the scientist who had developed the cybertronic technology he needed was his old college pal James Timothy Possible. With Ron's help, Kim captured Shego. But before Kim could get any information out of her, Drakken appeared and the two villians escaped.

Back in Middleton, Kim was having trouble with the fact that she didn't have a date for the prom. Ron wasn't about to take Bueno Nacho's changes lying down. He made a petiton to get Naco Night back. He was surprised to hear Kim just wanted to go home, beliving it was because Drakken and Shego got away again, but Kim assured him she was use to it. After signing Ron's petiton, Kim headed home. She asked her dad for help, but in this case, he felt she should talk to her mother. After a talk on phone with her mother and the other doctors (it was on speaker cause "Hands free is really the only way to go"), Kim began to realize the prom was a nonissue.

The next day, Ron was on his way to school on his scooter, which wasn't very speedy. Just as he was about to park, a guy on a motorcycle took the space. Ron got pretty upset, but calmed down when it seemed he had alot in common with the new guy, Erik. Ron began to give Erik a tour of the school which ended in the cafeteria. There Erik spotted Kim and became fascinated with her. When he asked Ron if he and Kim were hooked up and Ron said no, this gave Erik the okay to move in on Kim, which he did. Kim began to spend more time with Erik than with Ron who was back to disliking Erik. Erik was even invited over for dinner at the Possible house one night.

That night, Dr. Possible was putting the finishing touches on the Hephaestus Project when Drakken came in with the sumo ninja demanding the project. To protect the project, Dr. Possible erased the files but still had all the information in his head. This was good for Drakken. Looks like he'll get to use his brain-tap machine after all.

Back at the Possible house, Ron was still having difficulties handling the fact that Kim had a boyfriend, and surprisingly, it was stirring something up inside him. Ron left in a huff, Rufus followed, and the two headed for Bueno Nacho. Kim figured Ron was okay while her mother was wondering where her father could be.

At Bueno Nacho, Ron was trying to figure out what was happening between him and Kim. His friend Ned had his own problems. He had been replaced as assitant manager by Lars who was sent by the new CEO. There were alot of changes in store for Bueno Nacho including Kiddie Meals wirh toys. Just then, Ron's beeper went off. Ir was Kim with a 9-1-1, she had learned Drakken had her father.

Kim and Ron arrived at Drakken's lair only to find it deserted. Suddenly, Kim and Ron fell through a trap door into a secret room. There, a hologram of Drakken showed them the sitiuation: Kim's father was dangling over a mutant sea-monster, but they also had to deal with Drakken's Synthodrones and his new motion-detecting deathray. While Kim did battle with the synthodrones, Ron tried to rescue Dr. Possible, but to no avail. After using the laser to get rid of the synthodrones and reflecting the beam back at itself, Kim saved her father from the sea-beast, who had no memory of what Drakken did to him.

At the mall, Kim and Monique were trying out dresses for the prom. Kim had no idea what Drakken's plan was. Erik came in and was about to ask Kim about the prom, when Bonnie interrupted saying how close Kim and Ron were. Monique managed to trick Bonnie into leaving, while she was still wearing the dress she hadn't paid for. Kim and Erik left the store, Ron watching from his booth with a frown on his face.

Kim wasn't the only one wondering what Drakken was cooking up. Shego tried to figure it out but couldn't see the connection between a toy design, cybertronic technology, synthodrone upgrades, and teenage wasteland. Shego tried to get Drakken to tell her, but he refused, saying if she can't figure out his plan, than never can Kim, meaning there was a chance he might win. Drakken left the still-confused Shego for a board meeting at a company he recently got control of.

In Japan, Nakasumi discovered Bueno Nacho had his new character Li'l Diablo and he wasn't very happy about it. Bueno Nachos all over the globe were giving out the little devil-like toy which was a big hit with children everywhere. Unfortunately, Ron, who couldn't handle all the kids, broke down on live t.v news. Upon seeing this, Kim decide to talk to Ron, who was in the old treehouse.

At the treehouse, Kim and Ron reminicised about old times such as when Kim saved Ron from a bully he pelted with his slingshot when they were six (Ron claims it was him who saved Kim, but the details were sketchy). They also talked about Ron's time at Camp Wannaweep, where Ron admitted that of all the terrible things that happened to him (including dealing with bullies, rabid squirrels, bugs, poison ivy, a mad monkey, a polluted lake and the fact that his mother wouldn't come get him), the worse thing was spending a whole summer away from Kim. When Kim asked if there was more bothering him than Bueno Nacho, Ron immedately said he had no problem with Erik, while giving off the same bluffing signs he did at his card game. Kim assured Ron that they would always be friends, but it was time to grow up a little. Erik arrived but Ron wouldn't let him come up ("This treehouse has a weight limit, and while I'm holding this slingshot, we're already pushing it"), so Kim left with him. As she did, Ron muttered to Rufus that he wasn't jealous. While walking her back home, Erik told Kim he thought the stuff she did was cool and asked her to the prom. Kim instantly accepted.

The night of the prom came. As Rufus helped Ron get ready, Ron told him how he couldn't understand what was happening to him. He wasn't bothered with Kim being with other guys before, but for some reason it was different this time. It was then Ron began to realize what was up with him: he had feelings for Kim, feelings that had probably been there since they first met. Ron figured it was time to tell Kim the truth about his feelings, but after some second thought, he decided against it, not wanting to take the risk if Kim chose Erik over him, especially if it had negative consequences on their friendship. At the Possible house, Erik arrived to pick up Kim. Erik even won Kim's dad over, saying he would have her back by ten. Kim looked more attractive than ever, however her graceful desecendant down the steps was interrupted by the twins on their rockets. Strangely enough, Erik had fast enough reflexes to dodge them. As Kim left for the prom with Erik, her mother looked at an old picture of Kim and Ron and wondered if her daughter was making the right choice. At the prom, Kim and Erik were the center of attention. Off the side at a table was Brick and a scowling Bonnie.

Ron, who decided not to go to the dance, went to Bueno Nacho. At first, he was getting an order to go, but an anxious Rufus begged have it now. While Lars was preparing Ron's order, Ned tried to tell Ron that something weird was happening, but Ron didn't pay attention. As a last attempt, Ned wrote the word "EVIL" on Ron's tray with Diablo sauce. As Rufus began scarfing nachos, he discoverd the message and tried to get Ron to look at it, but Ron was too down about losing Kim to give it a glance. In fact, the only thing he did notice was that the bendy straws had been taken away. Fed up with all these changes, Ron decided to complain to the new CEO of Bueno Nacho. He contacted Wade and had him patch him through. Ron was surprised that the CEO was...... Drakken. It seems Drakken used his new torture methods to get control of the company. Realizing Ron had learned too much, Lars had Ron attacked..... with the Li'l Diablos. Ron and Rufus managed to escape the attacking miniture robots on Ron's scooter (despite how slow it was) and headed for the prom, with the Diablos in hot pursuit.

Back at the prom, Wade tried to contact Kim to tell about Ron's discovery, but she was too distracted by Erik to pay attention. Ron busted in saying the Diablo toys were evil, causing everything to stop. When Ron pointed outside to the Diablos who had chased him, they had gone into hiding. Erik thought Ron was making it up, but Ron didn't care, all that mattered was that Kim believed him. At first she didn't, until he mentioned Drakken was in control of Bueno Nacho. Kim called Wade who confirmed everything Ron said. The Diablos were made of a technology more advanced than Wade every saw. Kim decided to show the designs to her father and she left with Ron, leaving behind a not so thrilled Erik.

It turns out the Diablos were made from the Hephaestus Project which Drakken extracted from Dr. Possible's brain. While Kim and Ron tried to figure out the meaning of this maddness, Drakken ordered Shego to give him a status report on the plan. Good news for him: There were enough Diablos scattered across the earth to implement the final phase at the stroke of midnight. The bad news: Kim was on to it. Determined not to lose this time, Drakken ordered his men to activate the Diablos in Middleton immedately and told Shego to pick up something for him while he was holding a picture of Kim and Erik. Back at the Possible house, Kim's dad revealed that the Hephaestus Project was a living metal capable modifying itself and growing. Seeing the shocked looks on everyones faces, he assured them it was useless without a command signal.

Just then, the taco sign at the Middleton Bueno Nacho turned into a signal attenna and began broadcasting a signal across the town. Jim and Tim's Diablos instantly transformed into giant killer robots. Kim's family heads for the garage while Kim and Ron deal with the Diablos. Things don't look good, the Diablos are unlike any of Drakken's other creations they've faced. Kim's family decides to help by upgrading Ron's scooter with Jim and Tim's rockets. Kim contacts Wade for help, but he is also having robot trouble. Wade says the only way to stop the Diablos is to take out the command signal but he is unable to track it at the moment. Ron figures the signal is coming from were the Diablos originated: Bueno Nacho. Kim and Ron jump on Ron's rocket boosted scooter and head to Bueno Nacho with one of the Diablos giving chase. Dodging the robot's laser blasts they arrive at Bueno Nacho and get the robot to knock over the transmitter. With the signal gone, all the Diablos in Middleton turn back into harmless toys. A safe and sound Wade contacts Kim and Ron, saying there's a hit on the site. It was Drakken congraduating Kim for surviving the attack, but she must surrender if she cares about the safety of Erik, who it seems Shego kidnapped from the prom.

Angrily, Kim rushes home and puts on the experimental battle suit Wade developed for her then raced to Bueno Nacho headquarters, Shego and Drakken watching her approach on the monitor. Shego is surprised, but Drakken is expecting her. Kim and Ron arrive at Drakken's lair and discover among they gadgets Wade gave them was a toy gun modified into an electromagnetic scrambler that could take down Drakken's system. Inside, Kim and Ron are attacked by the sumo ninja, who now has a high voice thanks to the atomic wedgie Ron gave him. Just as the sumo ninja is about to crush Ron, Kim tosses Rufus her lip gloss/knock-out gas. Rufus opens the container and the sumo ninja is out cold. Kim dodges an energy blast from Shego and the two once again fight. It seems Kim has the edge with the battle suit. Down below, Ron is cheering Kim on. The sumo ninja who recovered from the knockout gas sneaks up behind him, but Ron accidentaly knocks him out again. After a few well place punches and the right motivation, it seem's Kim has won the fight. Erik comes down the escalator and embraces Kim, only to reveal he is really Synthodrone #901. Kim tries to get away from him, but 901 sends an electric shock through her, shorting out her suit and knocking her out as he reverts to his true sythodrone form. Ron angrily charges at the sythodrone but is knocked out by Shego who got her second wind. Kim and Ron wake to find they are tied to Bueno Nacho props. Kim is down that she didn't realize Erik wasn't human and that Drakken played her so easily. She feels it's all over and Drakken has defeated her. But Ron gives her a peptalk and says it is not too late to stop Drakken and also says she'll find the right guy as he says "there is bound to be one out there or... in here". Kim begins to realize what Ron is trying to say. Just then, Rufus appears and, using Kim's laser, cuts his friends down. Kim grabs the electromagneticb scrambler, pockets it and the trio head for the final battle.

Midnight strikes, and Drakken and his men activate the main signal tower, which sends out the command signal to the entire world. Diablos everywhere transform into killer robots and begin attacking their resident areas. It appears Drakken has finally succeded. He begins boasting about how he was able to learn Kim's weakness: boys, when Kim comes in and gives Drakken a punch right in the jaw, then races up to the roof while Ron fights 901 which he learns maybe difficult as he watches 901 turn his head back around after Ron knocked it out of place. Up on the roof, it is storming and the sky is filled with Diablos. Kim tries to aim the scrambler at the signal tower, but it is knocked out of her hands by Shego. Ron runs up to the roof and attempts to grab the scrambler, but 901 busts through the roof and snatchs it, then he insults Rufus. Ron knocks 901 over and the scrambler goes flying. Rufus grabs the scrambler before it goes over the side. As Rufus attempts to pull the scrambler back up, Kim and Ron continue their fights with Shego and 901, Kim is holding her own against Shego, but it seems 901 is too strong for Ron. Rufus manages to get the scrambler back on the roof and passes to Ron who (while 901 is standing on top of him) in turn passes it to Kim. Kim knocks Shego out of the way, grabs the scrambler and fires it at the signal tower. But before the unit hits its target, 901 jumps onto the tower and grabs the unit. It seems all is lost. But a grudge-holding Rufus appears and bites 901's foot, causing his synthogoo to come pouring out. As 901 collapses into a puddle, he drops the scrambler unit and it makes contact with the tower. The tower shorts out, the computer system explodes, and Diablos all over the world turn back into harmless toys, some of which are picked up by happy children. Realizing his plan is ruined, Drakken tries to run for it, but is stopped by a miffed Ron who says he'll pay for what he did to Bueno Nacho. Drakken begs for mercy and finally says Ron's name. Shego also tried to escape, but is blocked by Kim who, like Ron, isn't in a happy mood and she gives Shego a kick into the base of the shorted out signal tower, causing it to collapse. Drakken, his henchmen, and Shego (who is sporting a new look after her electrifying encounter with the tower) are loaded into the paddy wagon, Drakken saying he can't believe he lost again. As he shuts the door to the paddy wagon, Ron says "Deal with it, dude." Having saved the day again, Kim and Ron have only one more thing to do. As Kim takes Ron's hand and they walk away, Ron asks "Where are we going?" Kim only smiles and says "You'll see".

Back at the prom, everyone is watching the news of Kim and Ron's latest victory over Drakken on the janitor's miniture t.v. Everyone gasps as two familar figures come through the door. Kim in her prom dress and Ron in his tux, both holding hands. Even an idiot could figure this out. Realizing that it has finally happened between Kim and Ron, Bonnie takes this as the ultimate opportunatey to insult them. She makes fun of the new couple and laughs, expecting everyone else to do the same. Instead, to her surprise (and Kim and Ron's as well), everyone cheers and applauds, like they were waiting for Kim and Ron to get together all along. The multicolor lights come on and the prom resumes. At first, Kim and Ron just stand in the doorway, too nervous to move. Rufus jumps out of Ron's pocket and pushes the two closer together. Taking the hint, Kim and Ron take each other's hands and start dancing. Christy Carlson Romano's song "Could It Be" matches the mood perfectly. Kim begins to realize the man of her dreams has been with her since Pre-K. From the look on Kim's face, we can tell Kim is having a better time with Ron than she had with Erik. On the side, Rufus and Monique happily watch their friends fall in love. On the other side, we once again see Brick and a scowling Bonnie. Kim and Ron stop in the middle of the song, look in each other's eyes, smile at each other, then summoning up more courage than ever before, they share their first kiss. Outside, the MHS board has the words "THE END" written on it.

Trivia

At the start of the movie, as a guy jumps off of the parade float, the Wilhelm Scream can be heard. The Wilhelm Scream is a popular sound effect used by producers when characters fall a great distance.

When Kim and Ron get out of the water outside of the casino, Kim doesn't have an air tank with her. Then during the scene where Kim is putting on her dress, Rufus is by an air tank, and there is another one next to him.

When Kim activates her rocket skates in the beginning, she presses a button on her glove. After she takes off the skates, that button is gone.

This is the second time Kim and Ron kiss, but this time, neither of them was under the influence of a emotion controlling microchip. It should also be noted that this is the third time that Kim kissed Ron, as she kissed him on the check under the misletoe in A Very Possible Christmas, but he did not kiss her.

Towards the end, Ron acts like Drakken has never said his name before, but Drakken repeatedly said it in the episode Ron Millionaire.

When Eric comes to Kim's house to eat pizza with her whole family (except for Kim's dad), Kim's mom was introduced to Eric; however when Eric comes to take Kim to the prom, her mom calls for her by saying "Kim, there's a very handsome man here for you", acting as though she had never met him.

When Ron tells Eric that Kim owes him a soda from before he met her, he is refurring to when they jynxed each other in the episode Bueno Nacho

In another episode, Day of the Snowmen, Ron said that the Diablo sauce was discontinued from Bueno Nacho, but in this episode, he is offered Diablo sauce at Bueno Nacho.

Shego: Like I said...

When Shego says this line, her mouth is not moving.

Featured Music:
1. "Call Me! Beep Me!" remix
2. "Why Don't You Kiss Her?" -Jesse McCartney
3. "Get Your Shine On" -Jesse McCartney
4. "Could It Be" -Christy Carlson Romano

The photographs in the front hall of Kim's house include some of Pre-K Kim, pre-teen Kim and Ron, and Kim's cousin Joss from "Showdown at the Crooked D"

When the sumo ninja attacks Kim and Ron in Bueno Nacho HQ, he has two pairs of nunchucks. When he picks up Ron, the nunchucks disappear. When he gets knocked out, one of the nunchucks reappears for a brief second before disappearing again as the sumo ninja crashes to the floor.

When Eric asks Ron "Who's that?" and points to Kim, she's wearing a teal shirt. When she is shown in the next shot, her shirt is red.

Just before Kim and Ron walk into the prom holding hands, Bonnie, Brick, and Monique are surrounded by people in the foreground. When Kim and Ron arrive, however, the people disappear. In the next shot, they're back again.

Ron: "Note serious face." This line was first used by Ron in Sink or Swim.

When Rufus digs Kim's laser lipstick out of her backpack, he activates it and implicitly cuts something offscreen, presumably the ropes that are binding Kim. In the next shot however, Rufus climbs up on the same ropes and cuts them.

When the Diablos first change, the "D" on their forehead changes to a Samurai helmet ornament. In the shot just before this happens, however, the shadow looming over the Possible family and Ron indicates that this has already occurred.

When Kim is battling the synthodrones in Drakken's lair, a shot from the death ray burns off part of her sleeve. When she is shown just seconds later, her shirt is whole again.

Before their romantic revelation at the end of the movie, Kim and Ron had three moments. First, at school, second, in the treehouse (Interrupted by Eric), and third when they were tied up (Interrupted by Rufus)

Ron lost his pants three times in this movie. First, he was shot out by his blaster briefs, then he forgot them at the mall, then they fell off after he ko'd the sumo ninja.

When the manager gives Ron his order there's already a straw in his cup, but when Ron sits down the straw is gone.

This was originally going to be the Series Finale, but in November 2005, Disney ordered 22 new episodes that began airing February 10, 2007.

Title: So the Drama: The title of this movie is a pun on Kim's popular catch phrase "So not the drama".

My Date with the President's Daughter: Ron's scooter bears a striking resemblance to the scooter that Duncan Fletcher (also played by Will Friedle) rode in My Date with the President's Daughter.

McDonalds: Ned: Imagine the brat factor! Next they'll add a playground, and then what? A spokesclown? This is a reference to the popular fast-food chain McDonalds. Every McDonald's location has a playground, and the "spokesclown" is a reference to the company's mascot, Ronald McDonald. Also, in Bueno Nacho's HQ, there is a picture of the first Bueno Nacho location, which looks exactly like the first McDonalds location.

Tron: Kim's battlesuit is a nod to the movie Tron (Also made by Disney). This is especially obvious when the forearm portion changes form to resemble the overall design (circuitry) of the costumes in that movie. edit »Soviet Union: In the final fight scene on the roof of Bueno Nacho HQ, the image of Diablos flying overhead mimics Soviet propoganda footage.

LEGO: The "Little Diablo" toys slightly resemble LEGOs. (Look at the hands)

No on 65: While Ron is preparing for the prom, a sticker on his mirror reads "No on 65." This refers to Disney's 65 episode limit on all cartoons. A viewer-led petition campaign protesting this policy recently got the show a fourth season.

The Man with the Golden Gun: The wedgie that Ron gives the sumo ninja is a nod to The Man With the Golden Gun, in which Bond performs a similar maneuver by twisting the knot on the back of the sash. Coincidentally, that movie also involved a very wealthy Asian CEO, only he was killed.

Batman: The opening scene is a nod to the parade sequence in the 1989 Tim Burton Batman.

James Bond: Several Bond References: 1- Kim's laser lipstick is a nod to Bond's laser watch in Golden Eye. 2- The opening title sequence (short opening scene followed by beginning credits) has been used in every bond movie since From Russia With Love. 3- The scene in which Drakken and Shego walk through Drakken's lair while the equipment in the background is malfunctioning is the same format as the numerous Q-Labs scenes in Bond movies. 4- Drakken's suit that he wears as Bueno Nacho's CEO is a sly nod to the one worn by Willard Whyte in Diamonds Are Forever. In fact, his entire office is a direct copy of one of the sets.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus

Guest stars


Overdue
Episode: 7 (season) / 58 (show) / 61 (production order) First Aired: April 15, 2005 Product Code: 309a
Writers: Jim Peterson Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Mrs. Hatchett, the school librarian, has discovered that Kim has a very overdue book, and must work in "library lock-up". Ron realizes that he had borrowed it without asking just before a mission, and lost it at some villain's lair.

While Kim is working in the library, Ron and Wade (via a remote-controlled robot) visit various villain's lairs looking for the missing book, foiling their current world domination plans at the same time.

At the final one - Monkey Fist's - Ron's backpack is spilled revealing that he'd had the book all the time. Ron returns to Middleton, and puts the book back, getting Kim out of detention.

Trivia

When Kim is looking for her overdue book, she says, "This is so the drama!". This is little joke from the creators, as the movie with the same title aired one week before this episode.

When Shego confronted Ron, he yelled "Kim's not my girlfriend!". This states that the events in this episode occurred before the events of So The Drama, despite it airing one week before this episode.

Kim's voice goes from being gummy and slurred (her tongue is dry and possibly swollen from licking labels) to perfectly clear when she says Ron's name, much too quickly.

Ron says that Lord Monkey fist is the ONLY person who EVER remembers his name, but Senor Senior, Sr. says his name at least once in The New Ron

When Ron infiltrates Drakken and Shego's hideout, we see Shego wearing a bathing suit. But when she confronts Ron, she is wearing her regular suit.

Ron manages to go on a mission by himself.

This is a half-length episode and first aired with Roachie.

Ron: Nothing to fear but fur itself. This is a parody of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's famous words, "There is nothing to fear but fear itself."

Super Mario Sunshine: The giant crysanthemums are a reference to the Mario videogames, 'Super Mario Sunshine' in particular.

The Lord of the Rings: Ron's behavior when he says "he suspects us," such as his crawl along the ground and wheezing, are very similar to Gollum's behavior when he is conflicted in The Lord of the Rings.

Little Shop of Horrors: The giant plans Prof. Dementor had grown are modeled after Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors.

Introduces: Miss Hatchet.

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Ricky Ullman: Eric


Roachie
Episode: 7 (season) / 58 (show) / 61 (production order) First Aired: April 15, 2005 Product Code: 309b
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Prof. Akari's ex-lab assistant, Chester Yapsby, has stolen a sonic device that encourages insect exoskeleton growth. He creates an army of giant roaches to take over the world.

Kim is contacted for the assignment because she never fails to get a job done, though when it turns out that the giant cockroaches bother Kim as she has a personal fear of insects. Ron must help her overcome her fear in order to save the day.

But one littler roach gets left behind, and Ron adopts him, naming him Roachie. Ron uses Roachie to communicate with the other giant roaches and foil the scientist's plans. Ron and Kim take the giant roaches and Roachie to the landfill to live out their life.

Trivia

Ron incorrectly refers to Roachie as "la grande cucaracha." The correct way of saying it is "la cucaracha grande."

At the very end of this episode, Kim's hair is parted on the wrong side.

This is a half-length episode and first aired with Overdue.

Super Mario Bros.: The video game Ron and Roachie played had sounds from the classic Super Mario Bros. games.

I, Robot: The end of the episode, with Ron and Kim leading the giant roaches to a new home in the Middleton Landfill is reminiscent of the end of I, Robot, where Detective Spooner relocates all of the robots to a new home in a landfill outisde of the city.

Kim: Don't tell me you're the Roach Whisperer now. Reference to the movie The Horse Whisperer.

B Movies: The giant cockroaches a classic parody/homage to the giant-bugs-created-by-radiation B-movies of the fifties.

Ron: Ron's departing monologue to Roachie: Ron's monologue saying goodbye to Roachie is pretty much comprised of lines from every single "goodbye" speech made by the child in any given boy-and-his-animal-friend movie, where the boy has to leave his animal friend behind or let them go.

Introduces: Chester Yapsby.

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
A.J. Trauth: Josh Mankey
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Brian George: Duff Killigan
Patton Oswalt: Prof. Dementor
Tom Kane: Monkey Fist
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
April Winchell: Ms. Hatchett

Guest stars


Rappin’ Drakken
Episode: 8 (season) / 59 (show) / 63 (production order) First Aired: June 25, 2005 Product Code: 311
Writers: Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Drakken has a new take-over-the-world scheme. He's invented a shampoo that will put the user in a hypnotic trance. However, he's called it "Lather, Rinse, and OBEY", so it's not selling. He then tries to get a popular rap star to mention it in her next song, which doesn't go over well either.

He then decides his karaoke skills are sufficient to sustain him on "American Starmaker". He uses the shampoo to hypnotize the producer into putting him on the show. Just before his debut performance, the episode's filming is over, but not before Kim and Ron see his face and go to investigate.

Wade hacks into the show's computer and gets Kim a spot to sing as well. But just like the high school talent show, she distracted (by Shego) and doesn't make it in time to sing, so Ron goes on in her place. Ron then sings his rap song he'd been working on for school, "Naked Mole Rap". Ron wins, and the police come for Drakken.

Ron then submits the tape of the show for his homework, and gets a B-minus.

Trivia

At the karaoke bar, Drakken sings "Hello, Hello, Hello" from last season's episode Oh Boyz.

At the end of Drakken's commercial, the shampoo bottles are missing the words "Lather, rinse, obey".

When Ron first comes out for the Naked Mole Rap, his pockets are missing.

The talent show from Hidden Talent is mentioned.

This episode was originally supposed to air May 6, 2005, but a repeat airing of Dimesion Twist replaced it.

Straighten Up: The scene in Drakken's music video when Drakken jumps from a white background to a black background is lifted from the Paula Abdul music video for Straighten Up.

Coppertone: When Ron is rapping about Rufus, and Rufus pulls down his pants, it looks like the very famous logo for the company Coppertone.

Ron: . . .but I have a topic in my pocket. This is a a redone line from one of Dr. Sueuss's book, There's a Wocket in my Pocket.

Honey: When Rap star M.C. Honey rejects Drakken's deal, it recalls Similar part from the film Honey (2003), in which Michael Ellis (David Moscow), the hip-hop video director asks Missy Elliott (herself) to be on a video, but Missy rejects it.

American Idol: In this episode, the characters were watching a series entitled American Super Star. This series is a reference to American idol, in which there was even a rude judge who was designed to mirror Simon Cowell.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Raven-Symone: Monique

Guest stars

Sherri Shepherd: M.C. Honey
Tom Kane: Judge
Patrick Warburton: Mr.Barkin


Team Impossible
Episode: 9 (season) / 60 (show) / 65 (production order) First Aired: August 26, 2005 Product Code: 313
Writers: Rob Humphrey & John Behnke Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Kim and Ron find out that their first mission was supposed to go to Team Impossible (TI), a professional rescue team (their website and Kim's only differ by one letter).

Ever since, Kim's been getting missions that people would've normally requested TI. And since she doesn't charge money, TI is losing money. So TI warns her to stop her rescue missions; she refuses. So TI sabotages her missions by giving all of friends that give her rides worldwide a free, all-inclusive vacation at their compound. In the process of tracing where TI's HQ is, Wade's computer systems are spiked (electrically fried) by TI. But he gets their location, and Kim and Ron meet TI once again.

While Kim is winning her physical fight with the TI members, Wade has deigned to come in-person to punish TI for spiking his system. He activates their laser security system (the same kind Kim disabled in her first mission), trapping everyone in place.

Kim then uses her cheer skills to disable the lasers. This proves to TI that they probably wouldn't have been successful where Kim was. They agree to go out of business, and join Global Justice.

Trivia

Not counting A Stitch in Time where he shows up in the future, this episode shows Wade on a mission, in person for the first time in the series. This episode also sets up several more real-life appearances in season four.

Kim and Ron finally meet Wade in person.

This episode contains a major plot device from A Sitch in Time.

Some of Ron's theme song ideas for Kim are "The Naked Mole Rap" and the actual show theme song, "Call Me, Beep Me," both of which are featured on the show's official soundtrack.

This episode premered back-to-back with the show's crossover, on the show Lilo & Stitch: The Series.

This episode was originally part of "Disney Channel's So Hot Summer Click It To Pick it", but lost out to Rappin' Drakken.

Richie Rich: Ron's assumed persona, Richie Richardson, is a reference to the comic/cartoon character Richie Rich.

X-Men: Team Impossible's blue tights, yellow belts, straps, boots, and gloves are like the X-Men's Cyclops uniforms in the 90s' era.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Patrick Warburton: Steve Barkin
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Rider Strong: Brick Flagg)\
Patton Oswalt: Prof. Dementor

Guest stars

Adam Rodriguez: Dash Deman


Gorilla Fist
Episode: 10 (season) / 61 (show) / 64 (production order) First Aired: November 18, 2005 Product Code: 312
Writers: Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co.

Episode summary

A "ghost" appears at the Middleton HS cafeteria and writes Ron's name on the wall in gravy.

Later, Yuri from the Yamanuchi School comes to Ron's house and tells him that Sensei has been kidnapped, and Monkey Fist is the prime suspect. The gravy ghost then appears, then resolves into an image of Sensei. Ron and Yuri go globe-hopping to rescue Sensei from Monkey Fist.

Kim, finding out about their trip, gets jealous (much to her denial), and follows. When Kim catches up to them, she's convinced that Yuri is a friend, and joins their search for Monkey Fist. They find him at an abandoned zoo, unwittingly leading the true kidnapper of Sensei to Monkey Fist, who is the kidnappers true target.

Ron, Yuri, Kim, and Monkey Fist are captured by a group of mutant gorillas, led by a speaking gorilla that refers to Monkey Fist as Monty (his original human name). The gorilla ejects everyone but Monty out of the gorilla dungeon.

After regrouping, they decide it's the honorable thing to rescue Monkey Fist. But upon re-entering the gorilla's fortress, the talking gorilla reveals her true identity: DNAmy. She has mutated herself similarly to how she mutated Monty Fisk into Monkey Fist, so that she and he can live happily ever after. This, however, is not his desire.

Since Monkey Fist isn't in mortal danger, Ron and company decide to leave him to work things out with Amy.

Trivia

Whenever Monkey Fist is shown or talked about, the same Harpsichord music is played in the background, acting as his theme.

Monkey Fist shows no interest with DNAmy in this episode, yet in Partners, we see he has a picture of her.

The events in this episode prove that Kim had feelings for Ron long before So The Drama, she was just to proud to admit them at the moment.

When Kim is jumping out of the plane to find Ron in the Amazon Rainforest, it is completely daylight, but when she lands on the treehouse, it is completely dark.

During the scene in Ron's house, Rufus's shadow is not connected to his body.

When the two ninjas give Ron the airplane tickets, the ninja who gives the tickets to Ron briefly has ungloved hands.

There are several references from Exchange in this episode.

This episode reunites Gilmore Girls costars Melissa McCarthy (DNAmy) and Keiko Agena (Yori). On the show, McCarthy played Sookie St. James, and Agena played the complex Lane Kim.

Appears as a bonus episode on the "Kim Possible: So the Drama" DVD.

Dr. Scholl's: Monique says Kim is "so jelling" (as in jealous), and she vehemently insists, "I'm not jelling!" This plays on a Dr. Scholl's ad for a gel-based shoe insert, in which people use the word "gellin'" to indicate they use the product, and proceed to rhyme the word in a series of clever wordplays.

Inidana Jones: Ron's reaction to discovering the partially obscured monkey head statue is very similar to the reaction of one of Indiana Jones' assistants at the beginning of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Indiana Jones: The Monkey Teeth trap is direct homage to the poisoned darts that shoot out of the walls of the Asian temple in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Ron: Allllllrighty then! Ron uses Jim Carrey's catch-phrase from Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Tom Kane: Monkey Fist
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible

Guest stars

Keiko Agena: Yori
Melissa McCarthy: DNAmy
George Takei: Sensei


And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI
Episode: 11 (season) / 62 (show) / 62 (production order) First Aired: June 10, 2006 Product Code: 310
Writers: Mark Drop Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Junior attempts to rob the Tower of London, but accidentily tries to rob a movie set replica.

Kim and Ron go to stop them and perform an extreme mid air stunt and the movie set's director offers them a movie, which they happily agree to. Kim now must deal with Heather, an actress who is going to be her in the movie taking her friends, and Ron has to deal with Quinn, an actor who is going to be him in the movie act completely opposite of him.

All of this while they have to stop Junior who is out for revenge on the director for not putting him in the movie.

Trivia

SSJ says "Father, you are blocking my sun". Yet the sun is directly on him.

While SSJ is on the T.V. talking to Jimmy Blamhammer, Jimmy turns off the TV using the remote, pressing the off button 6 times; yet, there were 9 TV's to turn off.

When Kim and Ron are saving the day from Junior, Ron's freckles are missing. But when he takes his helmet off, he has his freckles again.

Action movie director Jimmy Blamhammer always crashes his Hummer. But it's OK. All his passengers wear seat belts and sign a release form.

There is a reference of Monkey Ninjas in Space in this episode.

Anneliese Van Der Pol (Heather) and Raven Symone (Monique) also work together on That's So Raven.

Anneliese van der pol, who voices Heather in this episode, was originally offered the part of Kim, but she turned it down, allowing it to go to Christy Carlson Romano.

Mr. Huey: The name of the helicopter pilot that take Kim and Ron to New Zealand is a reference to the Huey model series of helicopters.

Disney Music: Whenever fimmaker Jimmy Blamhammer engages in a lot of Hollywood hyperbole, classic Disney animation music plays behind him.

That 70's Show: Quinn seems to be based off of Steven Hyde (also played by Danny Masterson) from That 70's Show, right down to the "whatever."

Full House: The "mopey" actor (as Ron refers to him) is based off of Scott Menville's character Duane near the end of season 8 of Full House. He even has the "whatever" part down.

Jerry Bruckheimer: The movie producer/director character Jimmy Blamhammer is based on filmmaker Jerry Bruckheimer.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Shaun Fleming: Jim and Tim Possible
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Nestor Carbonell: Senor Senior, Jr.
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible

Guest stars

Earl Boen: Senor Senior, Senior
Danny Masterson: Quinn
Joe Mantegna: Jimmy Blamhammer
Anneliese van der Pol: Heather



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