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Kim Possible: Season 4 - Episodes Guide


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Nombres Alternativos: 

Kim Possible Argentina / Brazil / France / Germany
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)
Miss Priss (Shego)



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Despite originally, season 3 was planned to be the last one, wrapping up the story with Kim and Ron falling in love in So the Movie, because of the pressure of the fans all around the world, petitions across the internet, letters sent to the production and even more due to the high ratings measured by So the Movie, the production decided to go a little further in a fourth season, bringing another 22 episodes to the series.

Thus on February 10, 2006 at 8 PM E/P, season 4 started with a 2 hours mega premier of Kim Possible with Ill-Suited, The Big Job, Trading Faces, and The Cupid Effect.

However this season would mark its real end with a final wrap-up of the story in a double episode of 1 hour (Graduation) on September 7, 2007 after airing a Mega-Marathon of all the episodes.

  1. Ill Suited
  2. The Big Job
  3. Trading Faces
  4. The Cupid Effect
  5. Car Alarm
  6. Mad Dogs and Aliens
  7. Grande Size Me
  8. Clothes Minded
  9. Big Bother
  10. Fashion Victim
  11. Odds Man In
  12. Stop Team Go
  13. Cap'n Drakken
  14. Mathter and Fervant
  15. The Mentor Of Our Discontent
  16. Oh No! Yono!
  17. Clean Slate
  18. Homecoming Upset
  19. Chasing Rufus / Nursery Crimes
  20. Larry's Birthday
  21. Graduation, Part One
  22. Graduation, Part Two

Ill Suited
Episode: 1 (season) / 66 (show) / 66 (production order) First Aired: February 10, 2007 Product Code: 401
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

The episode starts off outside of Middleton High where the sign says "Not the End" opposed to when the sign says "The End" in the movie. We see inside that it is the dance from the movie also. The exact same events take place then after Ron and Kim kiss, Kim starts to melt just like Erik did. Ron suddenly wakes up to find it all a dream, but still screams uncontrollably until Rufus finally makes him get quiet. Rufus shows him that it is in the middle of the night, but he decides to call Kim and asks her "Are you a synthodrone?" also asking her to be honest. Kim informs him that it was just a dream, except for the part where they kissed, then she hangs up. As Ron goes back to sleep he says "Boy, love is complicated." Cue new opening.

We start off in a secret underground lab where Professor Dementor has just broken through the roof with his laser. He is excited that his laser worked, but his excitement is short lived as Kim Possible soon walks in, followed by her "boyfriend" as Ron notes, which Dementor does not buy. He now wonders how Kim knew he was going to be there, so Kim pulls out a to-do list that says, “Steal ultra-Sonic Drill, Break into top secret lab, call mother, conquer world". Dementor gets mad and adds “destroy Kim Possible” to his list. He aims his laser at Kim, but the supersuit's shield protects Kim and Ron. A battle now ensues, but Dementor quickly stops it and asks about Kim's battlesuit. The battle restarts. Dementor tries to hit Ron with the laser, so Kim has to help him, giving Dementor time to escape. Kim goes to see if Ron is alright and he is.

We now go to Middleton High where the school sign says, "Welcome Back!". Monique is talking to Kim and Ron about how cool it is to be seniors and a conversation ensues. Bonnie soon breaks in and asks if Kim and Ron are still going out with each other. Bonnie explains to Kim that cheerleaders must date jocks, but Kim quickly responds, "Ron is an exception." Bonnie walks away and Kim kisses Ron and tells him not to obsess about the whole jock thing as they go to their next room.

Ron is shown talking to Rufus in several locations about the exact thing Kim told him not to obsess about. He is still thinking about it when he overhears Kim and Monique talking about trading up which really freaks out Ron. After he leaves, Kim reveals that they were really talking about Monique 'trading up' for a new cell phone. Ron then gets the idea of trying out for the football team to impress Kim.

Now, we are on the football field for football tryouts where Mr. Barkin explains that after seven years, Brick Flagg has gone to college, so the quarter back spot is open. Ron tells Mr. Barkin he wants to be the new quarter back, much to everyone’s disgust. He lets him try anyway, but Ron practically destroys all the cars in the parking lot while catching a ball. He gives him one more chance, but the fails and tells him to take a lap, but not running, but in crab position. He 'crabs' over to Kim and Monique where Kim wonders why he is trying out for football and quickly makes the connection. Ron tells her that is not why and Kim reluctantly believes him. Wade now calls Kim to tell her a mission, but all he has is the location, no details.

We now go outside of a house at an unknown location. There is an 'old lady' that is talking to Kim and Ron, but anyone with half a brain could figure out the lady is Dementor in a wig and dress, but they do not see it. She wants Kim to get her cat out of a tree, but Ron wants to try this one. He quickly lets Kim do it after a pathetic attempt. She gets the cat and the lady wants Kim to come inside for a proper thank you.

We are now inside the living room of the house where the lady goes to make cookies. Ron checks out the room. Moments later the cat's eyes glow red alerting Ron and Kim to the danger. The cat shoots a laser out of its mouth narrowly avoiding Kim and her suit. We now see what the robot cat is seeing as it steals Kim's battlesuit's technology. The windows and doors lockdown and we hear villainous laughs from Dementor. Kim recognizes the laugh and informs a clueless Ron to Dementor.

We come back where Kim remarks, "Nice trap, Dementor." Dementor yells at them how hard it was to make the trap, but Kim couldn't care less. Ron harasses him about wearing a dress which further angers him and he now sends several things in the room to attack Ron and Kim. Kim uses her suit to defeat them all. Dementor sees he is not going to win and quickly takes the analysis disc from the cat and escapes through a rather unusual way. After he is gone the cat is revealed as a bomb and they quickly escape as the house literally disappears. Kim calls Wade to tell him it was a trap. Meanwhile we get a clever visual representation of what Ron is thinking of: Regular Ron + Battlesuit = Kim's Hero.

We cut to the school where Monique asks Kim "How much longer is he going to be like that?" as Ron is still thinking of the possibilities. Kim snaps him back and she asks what's up with him. He changes the topic and rushes her because he says she needs to be *away* from her house tonight and babysitting some kids.

We now see Ron sneaking into Kim's closet and taking the battlesuit while she is away from her house.
We next see day two of the football tryouts where Barkin informs Ron that he should just go home and not waste his time. With Kim's supersuit on, he asks for one more chance, and Barkin reluctantly agrees. Ron throws the ball a good ninety-five yards at least hitting Barkin in the chest. Barkin gets very excited any immediately signs Ron up as quarterback.

We go to a night football game where Ron is making his quarterback premiere. He amazes everyone with his suit-enhanced moves, including Kim. He continues his domination and even scores the game winning points. Kim and Monique meet enthusiastically, amazed at Ron, but a reluctant Bonnie persuades Kim that it was sort of strange.
We now see Ron and Kim sitting down at a table in Bueno Nacho (now with bendy straws again) eating and talking about the game. The short-lived peacefulness of the restaurant is interrupted by a shaking and it is revealed that it is Professor Dementor back to finish Kim off.

Dementor uses his new knowledge of the battlesuit, which he thinks is on Kim, but is actually on Ron to stop Kim. He has developed a machine to completely control the suit. Once he learns it is on Ron, he uses him to attack Kim. A long battle ensues all while Ron and Kim talk about what happened to lead Ron to steal her suit. Ron uncontrollably hurls Kim into an ice maker leaving her dazed. Dementor literally takes the suit right off of Ron and he now wears it. Rufus tells Ron to throw him over to Dementor's control panel. Dementor walks to a still dazed Kim, but Rufus takes full control of the suit just as he is going to attack Kim. Ron takes Kim away as she wakes up. Dementor is officially defeated.

We go to the next football game where Ron is again quarterback, but is not wearing the battlesuit. He is doing terrible until the very end where he begins to run around the field and eventually runs into the end zone and scores the winning points. At the same time, he breaks the running record for the school.
We now see Kim and Ron hugging each other in the school hallway, with Kim telling him how proud of him she is. Barkin quickly interrupts them and informs Ron that he broke the running record and would like to offer Ron a permanent offer for the running back on the football team. Ron is now a jock! Barkin tells him to get to his next room, but again not to walk, but do it in crab position.

In the new season, we get to see a closing sequence just like other new Disney shows. Ron is again up late at night talking to Kim with a checklist in his hand. He asks her various things about whether it was a dream or it really happened. Eventually Kim gets annoyed and hangs up on him, ending the episode.

Trivia

The game Ron was playing at the arcade was reused footage from the episode Dimension Twist.

Jim and Tim took back their rockets after the events in So The Drama, as Ron's scooter is back to its original slow pace.

When Ron is wearing the supersuit at Bueno Nacho he isn't wearing the leg pack that Kim usually wears with the supersuit, but when Dementor puts on the supersuit it appears on his leg.

When Ron is wearing Kim's battlesuit under his football jersey, you can see his hands, but when his football jersey is ripped off, he's now wearing the gloves that are a part of the suit.

For perhaps the second time in the whole series (during the Kim Vs Remote Ron fight), we get a KP panty shot and just like the last one, she's in her cheerleading outfit at the time. However, this one fails to make the opening titles. And, inevitably, shortly afterwards Ron is stripped to his boxers yet again, for the rest of the scene.

When Ron goes to get a second chance to try out for quarterback he's wearing a number 7 jersey and in the same scene one of the other football players is wearing the same jersey

After Doctor Drakken was removed as head of Bueno Nacho in So the Drama, the company brought back the bendy straws, as shown when Kim and Ron are eating.

When Dementor remotely activates the shield on the supersuit, it rips off the football uniform, yet Ron was able to use the shield during the football game without the uniform being affected.

When the cat shoots a beam at Kim and it hits the supersuit, it forms a small rip on Kim's thigh, but in the next frame when we see through the cat's eyes, the rip is gone, without any time for the supersuit to heal in between.

This is the first episode of Kim Possible to feature continued action during the closing credits, similar to The Emperor's New School and American Dragon: Jake Long. In this case, it's Ron making another 3 A.M. call to Kim to distinguish his dreams from reality.

Kim Possible was originally intended to run for only three seasons, however, due to the show's popularity and the strong efforts by many fans, Disney Channel renewed the show for its fourth and final season.

This episode was first offered as a video on the Disney Channel website on February 3, 2007, one week before it premiered on TV.

Donnie Darko: Kim: Well, I guess football reads better than flooding the school cafeteria. This act is an allusion to an incident in the cult film Donnie Darko in which the titular protagonist (like Ron, also an oddball outcast) breaks a water pipe in the school basement, flooding the entire campus.

Professor Dementor: All your battlesuit now belongs to me! This is a reference to the widely popular Internet phrase, "All your base are belong to us." The phrase is most often used in connection with some kind of takeover, in this case Dementor taking control of Kim's battlesuit. It originated in a 1991 U.S. adaptation of Toaplan's "Zero Wing" for Sega Genesis, and is widely regarded as the worst--and most amusing--Japanese-to-English translation in the history of video games.

Ron: Oil can. Ron says this line while he is paralyzed due to the fact that the supersuit he is wearing is under Dementor's control. This is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, in which the Tin Man, who was also unable to move (for a different reason), said the exact same line.

Hummels: The collectibles in Professor Dementor's trap are a parody of Hummel collectibles. Hummels originated in Austria and now occupy homes all over the world. It was originally under the brand name Hummel, but the term has since come to signify anything that involves Teutonic-style ceramic collectibles. It is mostly older people living alone who collect Hummels (or so says the stereotype), which is why they are included in Professor Dementor's trap.

Ron: How about you water skiing over a shark? This alludes to 1974's Happy Days where in one episode the Fonz water skis over a shark. Many see that episode as the last good episode and is referenced in other shows that have outlived themselves as "Having jumped the shark." The fact that Kim hanging up implies "dream" as her answer means that the reference symbolizes that the show has not outlived itself, despite what Disney or certain critics might say. It was also believed by some fans that Ron and Kim becoming a couple would irretrievably ruin the show.

Ron: The first rule of Chess Club is don't talk about Chess Club. This references 1999's Fight Club with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton as leaders of an underground fight organization. The first rule of Fight Club is you do not talk about Fight Club.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Raven-Symone: Monique
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Patton Oswalt: Professor Dementor


The Big Job
Episode: 2 (season) / 67 (show) / 69 (production order) First Aired: February 10, 2007 Product Code: 404
Writers: Kurt Weldon Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

The episode starts off showing Kim and Ron on a date at a very fancy restaurant. They soon discover that the prices at the restaurant are very expensive, so Ron suggests the much less pricey kid's menu. Ron tells Kim to act like she is a kid, but she will have nothing of it. When he pulls out his coupon book, Kim gives up on the date. The opening credits start.

We start off by seeing Doctor Drakken in his prison cell talking about how the entire criminal underworld is arguing about who will have the honor of breaking him out. His cellmate, Frugal Lucre tells Drakken a really dumb and pointless idea when a helicopter with a dangling rope ladder appears in front of his window. He goes to grab it, but the helicopter quickly flies to the other side of the prison. A figure descends from the helicopter and plants a bomb outside of a cell. The bomb explodes and Shego walks out. The prison goes on alert, but Shego jumps onto the ladder and the helicopter flies away, leaving Drakken jealous.

We next see the helicopter flying towards the Senior's island. Junior and Shego enter a room in the mansion where Junior requires Shego's help in robbing the perfect birthday present for his father. He hasn't decided what to rob yet. His father wants him to do a chore for him, leaving Shego alone in the room.

We now see Kim entering Club Banana where Monique is behind the counter. Monique senses that Kim's date was bad, and Kim explains to her about the kid's menu and the coupons. Monique tells Kim that she should get a job at Club Banana to show Ron that he should get a job too. Kim is reluctant at first, but once Monique notes the employee discount, she is all for it.

We go to the mall's food court where Ron is consulting his "trusty" coupon book about where to eat. Just seeing the book annoys Kim, who is sitting with Monique behind Ron. They are arguing about the book when Wade calls to tell them Shego was broken out of prison the previous night. He says he will look into who did it. Kim tells Ron she has to go to work, and that maybe he should get a job too, but he doesn't see why. Kim gives him a kiss on the cheek and walks off with Monique. Upon reflection, Ron sees he needs money since his coupon book is almost empty, so he goes to find a job.

We now see Junior looking up potential gifts for his father on a computer with Shego beside him. After a few choices, they decide to steal the Tome of Treachery, a very valuable book from a museum in San Francisco.
We now go to Club Banana where Ron is wearing a pickle costume, and says he got a job to Kim and Monique. Kim is upset that Ron got such a weird job when Wade calls. He says Junior and Shego have been spotted in downtown San Francisco, and he tells them about the Tome of Treachery.

We go to San Francisco were Junior and Shego are having a hard time finding a free parking space. Shego gets annoyed and gets out of the car and tells Junior to keep circling. Shego walks toward the museum when Kim stops her. Shego is surprised to see her and a battle ensues. It is stopped when Ron pulls up in their car and says he will keep circling. The battle between the girls restarts. We now see Junior and Ron converge on a free parking space in their cars. They both meet at the space and a fight between them to get a quarter in the parking meter starts. Both of the fights end when Junior and Shego take off in their car. Kim and Ron pursue them in their car. Right when Ron points out that they haven't seen one cable car, one is coming right for them. A commercial starts just as they are going to be hit.

When we come back, Ron tries to press any button he can find, but Kim knows the car better and flips a switch that makes the car fly over the cable car. They continue chasing Junior and Shego down to a pier, when they hop on water skis and go out into the bay. Kim asks Wade to patch her through to the Tweebs. She asks them if the car can float, and they day it can. It turns out they thought Kim said, “Could you add", not "Did you add".
We now see Shego and Junior talking about what to do next on the Seniors' island. They decide to go to a seemingly unreachable place to steal a "priceless paperweight."

We go to Club Banana where Kim and Monique are working when Ron walks in dressed in Safari clothes. He says his old job didn't work out, so he got a job at the zoo to feed the lions, but Kim is worried, saying that it is too dangerous.

We see Ron walk into Kim's house all beaten up with a completely different attitude towards the zoo. Wade breaks in and tells them Junior and Shego are in South America.

We see the seemingly unreachable place with Junior and Shego inside, standing in front of a thirty foot paperweight. Their conversation is cut short when Kim and Ron walk in. Shego and Kim begin a fight that lasts all the way outside where there are llamas beside Kim's car. Ron gets in the car and stops a fleeing Junior, but the llama bites out a tire, foiling Ron's attempt.

We now go to the food court where Ron, Kim, and Monique are talking about Ron’s jobs. Ron says he gives up after the zoo incident. Kim says he is trying and that is good enough.

We see an aggravated Junior and Shego enter the island. Junior comes up with a brilliant idea to say they kidnapped the five richest people in the world, all of which are his father and his card buddies. They plan to keep them playing long enough so they can receive a large ransom in return. Shego finds the plan brilliant. Junior picks up the phone and starts making ransoms. A commercial starts.

We go to Club Banana where Ron is helping out, beyond Monique's wants. Wade interrupts as Kim starts talking. He shows them a video of Junior wanting two billion dollars for the safe return of the richest people. Wade shows them the richest people, and Ron notes the one as Martin Smarty, his idol. Wade says their car is still being worked on because of the llama bite, but Ron pulls out two coupons for parasailing lessons.

We now see Kim and Ron parasailing onto the Senior's island. Ron brags about how the coupon book finally came in handy, but Kim says it is just this once. Once they land, Kim and Ron grapple over the wall and onto the pool deck. They enter the living room of the mansion where they find Junior and Shego waiting for them. A very long battle starts. It ends with Ron hanging over alligators, and Junior and Shego standing next to Kim. The fight ends when Senor Senior Senior walks into the room with his four card buddies. Junior tells his father his entire plan. His father is very proud of him. Shego does not want to see the plan die, so she holds Martin Smarty hostage in front of a hanging Ron. Ron pulls on Shego's leg, which pulls him up, releases Martin Smarty, and pulls Shego down to the alligators. Martin thanks Ron and offers him a job at Smarty Mart, which he accepts. Ron is now the head of the animal department at Middleton's Smarty Mart.

We go to the same restaurant as the beginning with Ron without a kid's menu and his coupons. But not everything is perfect, as Ron refuses to take off his work vest. Kim says it is a great date.

While the credits roll, Lucre tells Drakken two more ways of escaping: the exact same thing as Shego and Junior did and the same thing as in So the Drama. Drakken soon gets annoyed and goes to sleep.

Trivia

The idea that Lucre was pitching to Drakken about the evil kiddie toys was the master plan Drakken used in the TV movie So The Drama, which ironically got him there in the first place.

After Ron was pinned to a wall by spears through his shirt, he jumped in the car and his shirt was mistakenly in one piece again.

Even though they are featured, Senor Senior Senior, Dr. Drakken, and Frugal Lucre are not actual villians in this episode

When Kim and Ron infiltrate the Seniors' island, the giant sunlamp is turned off. In past episodes, it was always on.

The video game that Jim and Tim are playing is reused footage from the episodes Ill Suited and Dimension Twist.

Kim now uses an actual grappling hook instead of her usual modified hairdryer, which she had used since "Bueno Nacho."

Since Disney Channel aired the episodes out of order, Kim's car is used, but it is not even made until Car Alarm.

Back to the Future: Part Two: When Kim pushes the button to convert the car so that it flies over the cable car in San Francisco, the car looks like the DeLorean after Doc comes back from the future in Back to the Future: Part Two.

The Spy Who Loved Me: When Ron drives the car into the water, this is a reference to the classic Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me, in which Bond drives a Lotus Elise that transforms into a submarine. Only in that movie, the car actually had aquatic capability.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego)
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Nestor Carbonell: Senor Senior Junior
Ricardo Montalban: Senor Senior Senior
Raven-Symone: Monique

Guest stars

Richard Kind: Frugal Lucre


Trading Faces
Episode: 3 (season) / 68 (show) / 68 (production order) First Aired: February 10, 2007 Product Code: 403
Writers: Kim Duran Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

The episode starts off at Kim’s house. We see Kim going to get her cheerleading uniform out of the dryer. When she opens it, the top and skirt come flying out with a blue hue around them. Kim is perplexed, and tries to catch them. The Tweebs walk in with HAZMAT suits on asking if she opened the dryer. She grabs her brothers, just as her mom cuts off the dryer, which deactivates the Tweeb’s science experiment. Her dad then walks in and asks what is wrong with Kim, and the Tweebs reply by saying that she must have heard the big news.

We go to the high school where Kim runs down the hall as the bell rings. She meets up with Ron and Monique in the hall and tells them why she’s late. Ron and Monique explain that she should not worry about them sense she is now a senior. Just when Kim feels better, the Tweebs walk in and announce that they are new freshmen. Kim responds by yelling so loud that it knocks a letter off the school’s sign. The opening music starts.

After the credits, we see Kim storming down the hall with the Tweebs following her. She says she doesn’t believe them, but when she meets Miss Guide, an observer for the S.K.I.P. program, she is told the whole story.

We go to Kim opening her locker talking about the whole thing with Ron. He tells her to disregard his and Monique’s previous advice. Wade interrupts and says their old friend, Britina is in need of assistance, in jail!

We now see the prison where she is at. Kim and Ron get the sitch from her, behind the visitor glass. She says she got framed for robbery from a safe on the show Born to Shop, which as Ron points out features Camille Leon. Just then, Camille walks in and says how sorry she is for Britina. Britina introduces Kim and “that guy” to Camille. Camille says she has heard of Kim before. Then, a hairless cat pops out of Camille’s purse and sees Rufus. The cat finds Rufus attractive, but Rufus responds, “Eww!” The cat now begins to chase Rufus as Wade calls Kim. He says he has a fuzzy surveillance video of someone robbing the safe that Britina is accused of robbing. It is clearly Britina who was stealing the money, but Kim still believes Britina. Wade says he will enhance it and get back to her. Camille tells Kim about the Reality Show Awards, and shows her several possible suspects, all of which are going to be there.

We go to the Reality Show Awards where Kim and Ron are up in the rafters. They spot all the appointed suspects except MC Honey. They find her in a back stage room where she is surprised to see her. Meanwhile, Ron and Rufus get preoccupied with a nacho cheese fountain. Kim tells here why she is there. Just then, on the live TV feed of the show on a television in the room, the host says the very expensive goodie bags have been taken. Kim and MC rush out to find out who did it, and the host says MC did it, but she was with Kim the whole time.

We go back to the high school where Kim and Ron are talking to Wade about what had happened the previous night. The Tweebs walk up and say they might have a shape-shifter on their hands. Kim says they should go do to their freshmen activities.

We now see the Tweebs with Miss Guide, walk into Kim’s statistics room. Mr. Barkin, the teacher asks them a question, which the Tweebs quickly answer by way of extremely embarrassing their sister. We go to commercial.

We go to the hall where Kim tells Ron and Monique about what happened. Kim tells them to forget about it and think about the senior table. Ron has a flashback to an excellent lunch and comes back hyped about the upcoming lunch. They enter the cafeteria where the senior table is gone. Ron makes a scene, and Barkin tells them that the money has gone to the S.K.I.P. program, which deeply angers Kim. Monique quickly points out that they will have to go back to mystery meat. Just then, Barkin informs the cafeteria that new guidelines say that he must show a short video about how mystery meat is made. Once the video is over, dozens of kids go screaming out the front doors of the school. Back in the cafeteria, Kim notices the Tweebs hanging out with Bonnie and three other girls. Bonnie says they are hilarious, and Kim soon finds out that is because they are telling embarrassing stories about her.
We go to Kim’s living room where Wade is telling Kim and Ron about what happened with MC and Britina. The camera zooms out and we find that the Tweebs are being briefed as well with their new Jim and Timmunicators. Wade tells them that Camille will be in the richest mall in the world in Hollywood. After her parents tell her to, Kim brings along Jim and Tim. Wade tells them that he cannot get a ride, but the Tweebs have an idea.

We now go to a mid-flight private jet where the pilot is thanking Jim and Kim for tutoring his child in calculus. Kim exchanges words when they say, “So not the drama!” We now see the jet flying over Los Angeles and then landing at an airport serving as the mall’s parking lot.

We go inside the mall where Ron tells Kim everything about it. Kim explains that she let the Tweebs go in the arcade. The camera turns and shows that Camille is having a book signing. We go inside where Jim and Tim are examining her autobiography. They see that she had some plastic surgery by an unlicensed, rogue surgeon. We go look outside the signing where Kim spots Country Club Banana, the high end version on Club Banana. Kim really wants to go in, but you need credit to do so. Just then Camille walks by and Kim asks if she could use her credit to get in, but she declines. Once she walks away, a policeman yells that the elevator which sports a five hundred karat diamond has been robbed. Kim and Ron go to the control room where they watch the surveillance video of yet another suspect of Camille’s being caught. Kim starts talking as we see the video screen and when the camera zooms back out, we are in Kim’s locker where Kim and Ron begin talking to Wade.

He says Camille is always being photographed, but during the crimes, she isn’t. Wade says she will next be at a fashion show that afternoon. We zoom out a little bit to see Jim and Tim also listening to Wade from their lockers. Wade tells Kim that they have a theory, but Kim refuses to listen to it. Bonnie and her group walk up and take Jim and Tim away.

We now go to a clothes truck parked outside of the fashion show where Kim and Ron are talking to Wade. Wade tells them of possible targets, and they conclude it to be a million-dollar necklace. They rush inside the building, and we see Camille Leon sit down in the audience. Kim takes a robe into the dressing room so she can try and find the necklace. Wade shows Kim a new gadget, a tracking powder make up kit. Then Kim spots the necklace being carried by a guard down a hall.

We go to the office of Dr. Beaufox, the plastic surgeon who operated on Camille Leon. Jim and Tim walk into the door and greet the doctor. They ask him about Camille. He tells them about his secret nanomorphing techniques or his shape-shifting which he did to Camille.

We now go back to the fashion show where Kim and Ron are keeping a close eye on the necklace. They overhear that the model that was supposed to wear the necklace could not make it. On tells Kim that she should be the model, as she is “beautiful”. The makeup artist comes and inspects Kim, and says she will do which delights Kim. His team begins work on her and an anxious Ron watches her makeover.

We go to the runway where Kim walks out all fancied up. Ron takes a look at her and says “Wow!” Kim proceeds down the runway as she notices Camille has left her seat. We see Jim and Tim run in and warns Kim that it is Camille, and about nanomorphing. Kim turns around to find MC Honey who quickly morphs back into the regular Camille and steals Kim’s necklace in front of everyone. She then morphs into Britina and runs off. Kim tries to chase her, but falls over because of her very tight dress. Kim finds Ron and fills him in. She sends him off to find her, while she goes the other way. To her surprise, she finds Ron in front of her, and turns around to find another Ron, one of them is Camille. Kim calls for Rufus, and he pops out of one of the pockets while the cat comes out the other. So Kim attacks the Ron imposter. A long fight between Kim and Camille starts. Kim manages to put some tracking powder on Camille before she escapes. Kim uses the powder to follow her. Camille’s cat knocks the tracking powder into the air vents, so now Kim has a lock on everyone in the building. Kim walks into the main room where the cat sits on an old lady. Kim and Ron realize that is her and security arrests her.

We now see Kim enter Miss Guide’s office where the Tweebs and her parents are sitting. Miss Guide says they should be freshmen, only at a different school because of Kim’s reaction to them. Surprisingly, Kim says if they change schools, she does too.

For the credits scene, we see a montage of Rufus and the cat on a date, with Rufus trying to leave anyway possible.

Trivia

Jim and Tim have a new look for this season. They are now taller, and Tim wears a red shirt instead of a red version of Jim's jacket.

Camille was seen walking out of Country Club Banana, but she later says that she cannot pass the credit check to get in.

When Camille Leon arrives at the fashion show, a few of the background characters are Drakken's Henchmen.

When the tweebs are finished with statisics pop quiz and they say "Got it Mr. Barkin," Kim turns around and is wearing the green shirt from the
beginning of the episode shirt then she had and then it changed back to her pink shirt.

In Ron Millionaire, the 200 karat diamond is mentioned to be the largest in existence, but the elevator at the Hollywood mall had a 500 karat diamond.

When Jim and Tim first suggest that Kim might be dealing with a shape-shifter, we see that the cafeteria is just down the hall from Kim's locker. Usually it's a hall that curves to the right

Since, according to production codes, this episode technically occurs after Car Alarm, Wade shouldn't have had trouble getting a ride to the Hollywood mall because Kim and Ron have her car.

Camille Leon disguises herself as MC Honey when she steals the necklace from Kim, and then she becomes Britina when she runs off, but MC Honey was already in jail for "jacking the goodie-bags", and Britina was in jail for stealing money out of a safe.

The first time Kim tells Jim and Tim about a "height limit," her voice sounds briefly like it did when she was under Drakken's mind control in The Twin Factor, but this is very close to her normal voice anyways.

The background characters at the fashion show are the same as the ones at the High School. Same outfits, too.

When we see a women get her credit checked to go into Country Club Banana, the man who checked her says, "Welcome to Country Club Banana." However, his lips never move.

Spencer Fox is the new voice of Jim and Tim Possible as of this episode. In past episodes they were voiced by Shaun Fleming.

Spider Man: Camille is a refrence to Chameleon from Spider Man, not only because of the name, but they both have the same power.

Trading Spaces: The episode's title, "Trading Faces" is a play off the TV show Trading Spaces.

Holston Twins: This is an obvious play on the real-life Olsen Twins. They even look exactly the same.

Paris Hilton: Camille Leon is a parody of Paris Hilton. She's an heiress to an impossibly large fortune, she's stuck up and ditzy, and she carries her pet in her purse. Though Paris has a Chihuaua, whereas Camille has a hairless cat.

Camille Leon: Ashley Tisdale's character, Camille Leon, is a play off of "chameleon." Similar to Camille, a chameleon is able to change its skin color depending on its surroundings.

X-Men: Camille's power is like that of the character Mystique from X-Men, except hers was caused by mutation, and Camille's is through genetic experimentation.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Ashley Tisdale: Camille Leon
Raven-Symone: Monique
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Sherri Shepherd: MC Honey
Tara Strong: Britina)
April Winchell: Ms. Guide


The Cupid Effect
Episode: 4 (season) / 69 (show) / 79 (production order) First Aired: February 10, 2007 Product Code: 409
Writers: Charleen Easton Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

The episode starts off with Kim and Monique talking about Monique’s last date while they are folding clothes in Club Banana. Monique wants a date since it is almost Valentines Day. She says to Kim that she must have a big time planned with Ron, but Kim thinks about it and they don’t. Just then Ron walks in and explains that the pet department at Smarty Mart is closed because some cages were left open and they had some food chain issues. Ron notices all the hearts that are decorated around the store, so Monique makes up an excuse to leave them alone. Kim asks him if he knows what is in February, but he replies, “Groundhog Day, President’s Day and Dental Health Month.” He thinks she is hinting Dental Health Month, so he grabs a toothbrush out of his pocket and gives it to her as a gift. She gets angry and just tells him that it's Valentines Day. He says he doesn’t celebrate since he has never had a girlfriend on Valentines Day then after a second realizes that Kim is his girlfriend. We now hear Wade’s voice so Kim takes out her Kimmunicator, but it is off. The screen zooms out and we see Wade walk up behind them, which freaks out Ron. He explains to Kim that he came to replace the Kimmunicator’s battery. He says that it now has x-ray vision, and to exemplify this he holds it up to Ron’s pocket where Rufus is brushing his teeth with the toothbrush. Then, Monique walks by and says hello to Wade. He responds then looks at her. Romantic music plays as Wade stares at her with hearts behind her. He goes to talk to her, but walks out of the store giggling. Kim, Ron, and Monique catch on immediately what’s going on. The opening music starts.

We go back to the same place they were before the introduction. Ron says how kooky this is, and Monique says it is a 10.5 on the weirdness scale. Ron starts trying to set them up, but Kim stops him. He says he is romantic, but she reminds him that he forgot about Valentines Day. Kim then admits that Wade is sweet and Ron backs her up, but Monique reminds them that he cannot drive for four more years. Ron is not convinced, but Kim is and tries to get through to Ron. She says she will talk to him.

We now go to Wade’s house, which we see for the first time. Wade is in the middle of talking to Kim on his computer camera. She tells him that she knows what’s going on, but he refuses to admit it. He then makes up that his mom is calling him and cuts her off. Then his mom really does walk in and tells him that Ron is there. Ron walks in and tells him that he knows what is going on too, but Wade only admits it when Ron makes up that Monique will go out with him in a roundabout sort of way. Ron says he will help him woo Monique, but Wade thinks he would be no help. Ron then points out that he is dating Kim Possible, but he says it the laws of extreme improbability worked in his favor. Ron says he will make them work for him too, so Wade agrees to go with him.

We go to inside a men’s suit store where Wade is being fitted by Ron. Ron says that because of the age difference, he has to appear to be more mature. Ron picks out a suit that should fit him. They now walk to a hair salon where Ron says he needs some stubble. Wade points out that he does not shave, so Ron puts some goo on his face and picks up some hair off the floor and sticks it on his face. Ron says he needs to be taller, so they go to a hat store. Ron pulls the tallest hat he can find off the rack and puts it on his head. Ron says he is done. Wade looks at himself with the suit on, stubble on his face, and his tall hat on, and says he looks like Lincoln. Ron says he is ready for President’s Day. He then looks at Rufus, who is covered in hair and says he is ready for Groundhog Day.
We now go to the outside of Club Banana where Ron and Wade, all Lincolned up are about to confront Monique. Ron gives him a note he wrote for him and pushes him inside the store. Kim and Monique are putting up clothes as Wade confronts them. Kim says he must be celebrating President’s Day early as he goes to talk to Monique. He finds himself at a loss of words so he begins to read Ron’s note. He reads it, but it turns out to be Ron’s biology homework about earthworms and mucus, which grosses out Kim and Monique. We cut to Mr. Barkin reading what is supposed to be Ron’s homework, but is actually the love note. It brings a tear to his eye and Ron gets an A+.
We now go to outside the mall security where Ron is waiting on a bench and Wade walks out of the room. Wade says that it is against mall regulations to impersonate a president. Ron says that the hit a bump in the road, but it will get better. They begin to walk through the mall when Wade wonders why romance is so much harder than microelectronics. Ron sarcastically replies that it would be so much easier if he could invent some love ray. Wade thinks about it and says, “Booyah!”

We go to Wade’s house at night where a strange white light is coming from Wade’s window. We go inside and see that he is welding his love ray. He oddly explains out loud how the thing works. It uses a love chemical found in chocolate that will stimulate a part of Monique’s brain. His mom walks in on him and tells him Ron is there again. He walks in and wonders what his love ray is. Wade tells him it is a bun warmer. Ron buys it and tells Wade what went wrong last time. Ron explains that he needs to whisk Monique off to Paris, the city of lights. Wade agrees, but is at a loss when he thinks about how he will do it. Ron says he has an idea.

We now go to Paris, France, or the Eiffel Tower to be more precise. We see Kim and Ron arrive ready to battle someone in their mission clothes. Kim says she thought Ron said the Eiffel Tower was in danger. He said it is in danger, of rust. Kim gets annoyed by the fact that they had to rush off to Paris for no reason. Then Monique walks in behind them and asks why she had to come. Ron says she is for backup. Kim asks why they are really there, and then she thinks she understands. She thinks Ron brought her to Paris for Valentines Day and that he is being romantic, so she hugs him. Monique again asks why she is there.

We go outside a restaurant still in Paris where Kim and Monique are sitting down at a table. We see Ron across the street meet Wade. Ron comments on him being late and he says he was hungry and grabbed an ice cream. Ron says he will go over there first then Wade will follow. Ron says they will say Wade is there to fix the French Internet. Ron notices that he is not nervous and Wade shows him his "bun warmer." We now see Kim commenting on the French Internet with Ron and Wade over there. Monique points out that it is the World Wide Web. Ron says, “Not when it breaks into pieces”. Kim says that she smells a set up. Kim drags Ron away as he is giving Wade one last piece of advice. We see Wade sit down next to Monique where she explains to him that they will not work. She is cut off when Wade uses the love ray on her. She now comments on how amazed she is that he came all the way to Paris just to see her and gives him a kiss on the cheek.

We now see a pair of binoculars that Senor Senior Senior is using to spy on Wade and Monique. He notices the love ray that he invented. Junior walks in behind him with two handfuls of hair gel. He notices his father spying and wants in on it. We go back outside to where Kim and Ron are talking about what exactly he is doing. She says he is just going to get hurt, but Ron shows her Monique in love with him. Kim is confused, but Ron interrupts her. He puts his hand around her shoulder and says it is because of Paris. Kim smiles at him and vise versa. We go back to Senior and Junior. Junior says they need to somehow steal his love ray and use it for evil purposes. His father says how proud of him he is. Junior says he just read his father’s notes. His father praises him for cheating. We go to a commercial.

After the commercial, we see Kim walk into Club Banana where Monique is pretending to be a mannequin. Kim asks why and says she is trying to hide from Wade. Kim says she thought they were together, but Monique says she has no idea what’s going on. Just then Wade walks over to them. Wade says, “Hey girl” which freaks out Monique and she walks away. Wade then knocks some shirts on the floor which makes Kim pick them up. While she is bent down, Wade zaps Monique with his ray. She rushes over to him and hugs him. She starts talking romantically when Kim wonders if Wade did anything. Wade asks if she saw anything and Kim isn’t sure, so Wade says ‘no’. Monique takes Wade out of the store leaving Kim to wonder what just happened.

We now go outside Wade’s house’s front door. Senior and Junior walk up with some flowers. They ring the doorbell and Wade’s mom answers it. They say the flowers are from her ex-husband. She asks if they have the right house. They say yes and wonder where she wants the flowers.

We go to the mall’s food court where Monique is romantically asking Wade what he wants. In the middle of it the love ray’s effects wear off. Wade quickly zaps her again. She starts talking romantically again as people stare at them. Monique decides to get a sundae and tells Wade to find a table. Wade finds a table and Ron comes and sits down with him. Monique comes back with the sundae. She starts talking to him again and Ron’s eye starts to twitch. She says she forgot a spoon and will be right back. Ron is impressed with Wade’s progress. Monique comes back with the spoon and feeds him a bight of sundae. The love ray’s effects again wear off, but this time Monique manages to dump the sundae on his head before he zaps her again. She says she has to go to work and leaves him and Ron alone. Ron realizes that is not a bun warmer and asks what it really is. Wade tells him that it makes girls fall in love with him. Ron is at first happy for him, but then realizes that is wrong and that his tips didn’t help him get Monique. Wade points out that it was his idea for the love ray. Ron has no idea what he is talking about, but then remembers that he sarcastically told him to do that. He says Kim is going to blame him for the whole thing. Wade says that he just wanted to Monique to like him for him. Ron says that he did this by zapping her with a ray. Wade says that inventing is what he does so in a way it is liking him for him. Ron reluctantly agrees.

We now go back to Wade’s house where the entire living room is covered with flowers from her ‘ex-husband’. She is ecstatic about all the flowers when Senior says he will read the card. Junior quickly points out that they do not have a card. Senior says he will make something up to give Junior time to steal the ray’s designs. Junior runs off to Wade’s room as his father begins to read a love note he took out of his pocket. We see that Senior is actually reading his parking ticket. She is flattered by the note and Senior continues. Junior walks into Wade’s room and finds the love ray’s plans conveniently left open on the computer screen. He prints them out and exits his room. He tells his father he got the plans and they run out of the house. Wade’s mom says how nice the flowers are, but the card freaked her out.

We now go to Kim’s living room at night where Kim and Ron are watching television. Kim remarks on how strangely Monique was acting today, and Ron tries to cover up his new knowledge of the love ray. Kim sees that he is acting weird, but does not but two and two together. Wade calls on the Kimmunicator and asks for Ron. Wade tells Ron that Senior and Junior have stolen plans to a ‘certain device’ of his. Kim overhears him and asks what sort of device it is. Ron freaks out and comes clean about Wade’s love ray. Kim says she knew something was not right. Wade quickly says it was Ron’s idea. Ron quickly says that it was an accident. Kim moves on to what Senior and Junior did. Wade says it is only short-term and short-range. Kim says they may only be after one rich woman. Just then a commercial for a concert comes on television. It says it will have a super powerful speaker. Kim thinks about it and asks Wade what would happen if Senior and Junior use a speaker to amplify the effects. He says that would be very bad and Kim stares angrily at Ron. A commercial starts.

After the commercial, Wade comes up to Kim’s house the next day holding a poster. Kim comes outside and Wade shows her the poster that says they are planning to amplify it at a concert. He says that they are going to broadcast it worldwide. Kim says that they are going to control all the women in the world. Ron comes outside as they are talking. He notices that the poster says the concert is free, but then notices that the concert is ladies only. Kim says that they are not going to the concert, but are going to stop it. Wade wants to come too since it was all his fault. Kim says that he can go only if he promises to never use the ray again. Kim, Ron, and Wade get into the car, when Monique blocks them from leaving. She says that she wants a word with Wade. Kim tells her that their mission is urgent, but Monique insists on talking to Wade now. Kim then hits Monique with the love ray that she took from Wade because they needed to go. Monique does not want Wade to leave her so Kim tells Monique to get in the car.
We now go to the club where the concert is being held, but has not started yet. We see Kim, Ron, Wade, and Monique sneaking against a wall of the club. Wade and Monique start bickering, so Kim tells Monique to be quiet or she will zap her again. Kim uses the Kimmunicator’s new x-ray feature to see what is going on inside the club. She sees that security is tight. Wade says they should climb over the wall and uses his new grappling belt to tighten a climbing rope. Ron notes that Monique cannot grapple. Monique says that they should just go in through the front gate. Kim points out that it is a ladies-only concert. Ron and Wade look at each other and say, “no way”. The next thing we see are the four going in the front gate with Ron and Wade dressed as girls.

We now go backstage of the concert where Junior and Senior are discussing their plan. Junior says how excited he is that he is going to have billions worship him. He soon realizes how busy his social life will be and go gets a refreshment. His father rolls his eyes.

We go back out into the audience where the four have just entered the club. Wade hands Kim and Monique special ear plugs that negate the love ray’s effects. Kim says that they are probably backstage, so Ron escorts them through the crowd. They make it half way when Senior introduces Junior and he begins to sing. The ladies in the crowd are not impressed by his terrible singing. After he is done, his father turns on the love ray and all the ladies begin to cheer. Some of the girls bump into Ron which makes him run into Monique, knocking her ear plugs out. Kim sees what he did and he says it was because he was being moshed. Kim uses her hairdryer to get up on stage. Junior notices that she is not in love with him and wonders why. She points to her ear plugs. Just then, Senior sneaks up behind her and takes the ear plugs out. Kim then squeals “Junior” and hugs him. Ron notices this and realizes that the ear plugs are gone. Wade tells Ron to go save Kim and that he will go shut off the love ray. Ron walks up on stage and demands his girlfriend back. Junior looks at him oddly as he is still dressed in women’s clothes. He tears off his wig and Junior begins to laugh. We go to Wade who is backstage. He sees that Senior is manning the love ray. Senior introduces him to his bodyguards. Wade uses his grappling belt and the two bodyguards run into each other. Wade then comes back down on top of Senior, knocking him out. Wade takes the love ray and destroys it. Back on the stage, all the girls snap back, including Kim. They all begin to boo him. He runs out the door and all the girls follow him.

We now go to Bueno Nacho on Valentines Day night. Kim and Ron are on a date. Ron says it is a simple date, just like she wanted, but it is not how he pictured it. Kim tells him Happy Valentines Day and they go to kiss on the lips. However, they get cut off by Wade and Monique bickering from across the restaurant. Monique is done yelling at him and tells him that she is flattered that he likes her. Just as she says that, Wade notices a twelve year old girl all alone sitting at the table in front of him. Wade leaves her and goes and sits down with her. Monique notices that she is dateless on Valentines. She notices Ned looking at her, and says that dateless works for her.
For the closing credits scene, we see Wade sitting all alone at a table in the mall’s food court. Ron walks up and asks about Olivia, the girl. It turns out that she is a genius too and she invented a love ray for him. Then we see Olivia use the ray on him. We walks over there. Ron wonders if Kim has a love ray as well. Just then, Kim walks up to him and wonders what he is doing. He says nothing. Then she calls him weird. Ron is angry at Kim, but then she says that she likes weird.

Trivia

Wade tells Kim that the Kimmunicator battery needs to be replaced every three or four years, but her's only had about two years on it. She was given a new Kimmunicator in A Very Possible Christmas after her prior one was destroyed.

This episode is the first appearance of a new running gag for season four. It is that when Kim and Ron try to have a romantic moment, they are constantly interrupted by various people (usually being Wade).

When Ron tells Wade that he dressed like a girl before, he is referring to the time he and Kim switched bodies in the episode Mind Games.

In the order Disney is airing the episodes, Monique would not have acknowledged Wade without being surprised to see him since she has never seen him in person.

Ron: So we hit a SNAFU. Thats okay, we'll try it again. SNAFU is an army term originating around 1941 that means Situation Normal All F**ked Up. Much like similar psuedo swear words, this term has become acceptable in common conversation and simply means a badly confused or ridiculously muddled situation, or to be in disorder or out of control.

This is Spinal Tap: In the TV spot for The Ear Splitters the announcer says they are "The loudest band on the planet." Being the "loudest band in the world" was Spinal Tap's claim to fame in the famous mockumentary.

Some Like it Hot: The scene in which Ron and Wade have to dress up as girls to gain admittance to a ladies only concert is an homage to a similar plot from the classic 1959 teen movie, Some Like it Hot, with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon.

Senor Senior Sr: Together, we will chase it around perdition's flame. This was a famous line by Captain Ahab from the classic novel Moby Dick by Herman Melville. It was also used in a modified version in the famous movie Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, which starred Ricardo Montalban, the voice of Senor Senior Sr.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Raven-Symone: Monique
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Ricardo Montalban: Senor Senior Senior
Nestor Carbonell: Senor Senior Junior

Guest stars


Car Alarm
Episode: 5 (season) / 70 (show) / 67 (production order) First Aired: February 17, 2007 Product Code: 402
Writers: John Behnke and Rob Humphrey Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

The episode starts off in Kim’s kitchen where Kim tries to fast talk her way into taking her mom’s car to meet Ron at Bueno Nacho. She grabs the keys and begins to walk off, but her mom snatches the keys from her and says she needs to drive Jim and Tim to their soccer practice. After she says that, the Tweebs are heard breaking something. Kim’s mom then thinks that Kim could drive them to their practice, and then she could go to Bueno Nacho. Kim gets angry over this and tells her that she will not be their taxi driver. Kim says she will walk and begins to walk away. In a desperate plea her mom bribes her five dollars, but Kim does not take it. To up the anti, she bribes her ten dollars, but Kim still doesn’t agree. In a last ditch effort, just as Kim is walking out the front door, her mom offers her twenty, but Kim refuses. Mrs. Possible overhears the Tweebs break something else and she drops her shoulders.

We now go to Kim as she is walking down the hill in front of her house. We see a clean white convertible pull up beside her. We soon find out it is Bonnie in the car. Bonnie stands up and notes how immature Kim looks when she is walking. To get back at her, Kim pretends to see a dent on Bonnie’s passenger door. Bonnie quickly responds and says she doesn’t see anything, but the sound of a horn cuts her off. We see Ron riding up on them on his old scooter. He yells that he got a new horn. Bonnie wishes Kim the worst and squeals off in her car. Once she is gone, Ron stops in front of her and says his new horn has bubbles also. Once Rufus floats by in a bubble, Kim says that she needs a car. The opening music starts.

After the opening music, we go to a car lot where Kim is trying to find a new car. She thinks she finds something, but Ron points out the price. Although it is not exactly said, Ron faints from the price and Kim says she would have to baby sit ten thousand Saturdays. Kim’s dad walks up to them and asks how it is going. They tell him about the outrageous prices so he says he has an idea.

The three go to Kim’s garage. We see her father open the garage door. He immediately says, “Here’s your new car.” Kim sees only his car and says how unbelievable it is that he is giving her his car. Her father quickly points out that he is not giving her that one, but the car that is covered up beside it. He lifts the tarp off of it and exposes a forty year old Sloth. A Sloth is a rusted up piece of junk as Kim says, but is cut off by her dad before she could finish. He starts naming all the good things about the car and that it was his first car. He says that they don’t make them like that anymore, but Ron adds, “Not after the recall”, just as a mirror falls off and shatters. Kim sarcastically says thank you to him and sighs after he leaves. To add to all of this, the car completely collapses. Ron tries to lift her spirits and sees what is under the hood. He opens it and a flock of ravens pick at him as be begins to run around like a mad cow. Kim watches him in despair and says that even if she could get it running, she couldn’t be seen in it.

We now see the outside of a prison at night. We go into a cell where Frugal Lucre is constantly rambling on about various stories. Doctor Drakken is doing his best to block him out by putting a pillow over his head. We go back outside the prison where we see a one hundred foot tall robotic dinosaur. We see that Motor Ed is driving the beast. He easily flattens the front gate to the prison and continues inside as the prison’s alarm sounds. Through his pillow, Doctor Drakken hears the ruckus and sees what’s up. He goes to the window where his Cousin Eddie is passing by and Motor Ed says hi to him. He continues on past his window. Doctor Drakken remarks on how he knew family would come through for him as he gets his bag out of under his bed. He goes back to the window to leave and sees Motor Ed and Shego going past him. Motor Ed says bye to him and Shego calls them losers as they exit the prison. Drakken is left again as Frugal Lucre begins to talk again.

We go up a hill just out of site of the prison when Shego sort of thanks him and she hops out of the machine and begins to walk away. Motor Ed quickly responds by stopping her with one of the machine’s arms. He rushes down to her to tell her to give him a chance. In his process of talking, he calls her his lady, which makes her throw him to the ground where he says how much he loves her green magic.

We now go to Kim’s garage where Kim and Ron are in mechanic suits and attempting to fix the Sloth. Ron is telling Kim to give the car more gas as he is under the hood trying to get something working. Whatever he was testing now blows a huge black cloud into his face and says that he car must have poor mileage as the car is already out of fuel. Wade calls them to say something, but he cuts himself off when he sees that Kim and Ron are sitting in a Sloth. Ron takes the Kimmunicator from Kim and adds that it is a good vehicle. Wade mentions the recall, but Ron says not to talk about that. Kim snatches back her Kimmunicator and asks Wade why he called. He tells them that Motor Ed busted Shego, and not Drakken also out of prison. He says he will get back to them when he finds out where they are and in the meanwhile to work on their ‘car’. As Wade signs off the Tweebs walk into the garage, but Kim demands they leave. They say they have an offer for her. She says ‘no’, but they continue anyway. They say they can get her car running only if she gives them free rides. Of course she refuses. They walk off, and Ron tells her that wasn’t smart. She replies by saying that she can do anything, just as a door falls off the car.

We progress to the next afternoon where we go to Kim’s garage again. We go inside and see that Kim has grease all over her and her hair is a mess. She says that it just keeps getting worse and we see that by the entire garage floor covered in parts, and no visible car anymore. Ron now wobbles in as he has a string tied all around him. He is clueless on how the string got there as he apparently did not help Kim. Just then, the garage door opens behind them and we see two shadows. As the door opens we learn it is the Tweebs back to convince Kim to sign their contract. She still says no way, but Ron gets through to her. The Tweebs go and get their contract, which turns out to be at least 500 pages. Kim reads some of the conditions and refuses to sign it, but they remind her that either she signs of she will walk again. Kim reluctantly signs it. They begin a celebratory dance, but Kim tells them to stop mocking, but it turns out that they are contractually obligated to mock her. She angrily walks away as they continue.

We progress in time to an undefined point. He see weird colors coming from the window of the garage as Kim and Ron wait impatiently outside. We hear a crash then see the Tweebs standing outside with the garage door opener. The slowly open it, revealing parts of the car at a time. Kim and Ron are greatly impressed. Kim doesn’t know what to say, but the Tweebs say that she is contractually required to thank them so she does. The Tweebs tell Ron to pop the hood, but he remembers what happened last time with the birds and refuses. So then, he gets attacked by the same flock from behind. He runs around again as the Tweebs show Kim what is under the hood. They say, “Let’s go”, but Kim is unsure about where exactly. They pull out the contract and say that Kim has to transport them wherever they want. They run into the back seats as Kim and Ron look at each other puzzlingly.

We now see the car going down a curvy road as Kim is begging the Tweebs to go home as they have already gone to three places. They say that they want to go to one more place, a kid themed pizzeria. Ron, who was reading (wow) overhears them say this and gets all excited. A reluctant Kim tells him that he is not helping things.
We now see the car sitting in a packed parking lot. Inside the car, Ron and Rufus are jealous over the fact that the Tweebs could go in, but they couldn’t because of Kim. They ask her one more time, but she does not budge. So they give her the puppy dog pought. She soon gives in and she tells them to go in, get a pizza, and come out with the Tweebs. They rush of into the pizzeria.

The next thing we see is the exact same thing as the last segment left off at, only it is pitch dark and the parking lot is empty, except for Kim’s car. Kim who has been waiting patiently for several hours comes rushing in their and demands they go back to the car. The Tweebs quickly go because they just beat Ron’s record on an arcade game and do not want him to get it back. Then a more reluctant Ron comes out and says that he never gets to have any fun. Kim says how annoyed she is at boys by calling them all Tweebs. Wade calls Kim to say that someone broke into the space center’s computer and stole some records on Project Kepler, which her dad is working on.
We now go to the Middleton Space Center where it is the middle of the night. We go inside and hear Dr. Possible talking as we get a look at the enormous Project Kepler. Her dad tells her about it. She tells him that someone might try to steal it since someone stole its plans. He seems unworried, but changes his mind when Shego finishes that statement for him. A commercial starts.

After the commercial, Shego gets right to business by shooting a blast towards Kim, Ron, the Tweebs, and her dad. They all dodge it with the help of Kim. Kim asks her why she is out of prison and she says that she got an early parole. Shego deactivates the security system and Motor Ed grabs the huge rocket with the same thing he used to break Shego out of prison. Kim and Shego face each other and are about to attack when Motor Ed uses the free claw of his machine to grab Kim through the hole Shego made in the window. Kim is now dangling several hundred feet off the ground by the machine’s claw. Kim insults Motor Ed and then asks Shego why she would work with him. Shego says that she has to do what she was to do. Motor Ed flings Kim into the air as they escape.

We now go to Kim as she is flying hundreds of feet off the ground. She quickly calls Wade and tells him that she needs a landing solution. He tells her to take out her hair gel that he gave her the previous week. She quickly finds it and he tells her that it is a special compound that expands when mixed with air. We see her nearing the ground as we see her release the compound onto the ground. She quickly goes right into it and it stops her from hitting the ground. She claws out of it and as she does, her hair is standing straight up as it is also real hair gel as Wade points out. Kim angrily walks to the nearest road where Ron and the Tweebs pull up in her car. She gets in the driver seat and tells the three to not mock the hair. Ron tells her that he would never do that as she is his girlfriend. However, the Tweebs say that they have to mock her as it was part of the contract. She tells them to get it over with, but they say that it is no fun if she helps.

We now go to Motor Ed’s lair where we see him chain sawing off one of the wings of the Kepler. Shego tries to stop him, but when she fails she asks him what the heck he is doing. He says it is part of his plan. She wants him to explain, but he says he is working and throws her the blueprints and tells her to find a place for a cup holder. She is about to go ballistic, but she looks at the prints and smiles.

We now go to the next morning where Kim is adjusting her mirrors in her car. She sees the Tweebs in the back seat and sighs. She tells them that if she is going to drive them to school they have to duck so they will not be seen with her. They obey and she turns back around. She notices Ron ducking as well, so she tells him that she did not mean him too. She pulls out of the driveway.

We now go to the city where Kim is driving down the road with her hand dangling out of the window and part of her hair blowing backwards in the wind. Up ahead, she spots Bonnie’s car stopped at a red light. She tells Ron to act cool and the Tweebs to stay out of sight. She pulls up beside her and asks her what’s hot. Bonnie notices the piece of jump Kim is driving and asks if she begged for it, borrowed it, or stole it. Kim says that it is all hers, so Bonnie says she must be taking it in for the recall. The Tweebs get angry over this and pop up and yell at her saying that they customized it their selves and that Kim has to drive them where ever they want when ever they want. Bonnie laughs and says it is a babysitter car and then squeals off. Kim gets extremely angry over this and is about to kill them when Wade calls on the screen the Tweebs put in the car. He shows them an animation of what he thinks Shego and Motor Ed are doing. He says that if the rocket reaches its top speed while in Earth’s atmosphere, they will send shockwaves that destroy everything. The Tweebs and Ron say that is cool, but Kim quickly corrects them. Ron asks who would be dumb enough to try that, and Kim says Motor Ed.

We now go to Motor Ed’s lair where Shego is still looking at the blueprints. She says that she could go with the plan. Motor Ed shows her that he is done with his modifications to the Kepler. She looks at it and says that it looks like a race car. He says that she says that like it is a bad thing. He adds that Shego’s “chasse” could be tricked out to. Shego finds that very insulting and blasts him into a pile of tires. He quickly gets up and tells her that he meant her disguise and that it is part of the plan. She reluctantly agrees and adds that there will be no flames.

We go to the car which is sitting at a red light. Ron begs Kim to stop at Bueno Nacho for a naco stop as they have apparently been driving around for hours. She tells him that there is no time and that they have to find Motor Ed. Ron gets bummed and puts his hand on his chin and watches the rear view mirror. Then, he spots the Kepler gaining on them fast. He frantically tries to warn Kim, but every time he even says one word she tells him no, thinking he is still talking about Bueno Nacho. Ron gets bummed and puts his hand on his chin and watches the rear view mirror. Then, he spots the Kepler gaining on them fast. He frantically tries to warn Kim, but every time he even says one word she tells him no, thinking he is still talking about Bueno Nacho. The Kepler flies past them as they all gasp. Kim asks why he didn’t say anything, and he says it was because he forgot its name. Kim floors it and catches up with the Kepler. Motor Ed spots them and puts it into second gear. The rockets make Kim’s car stop immediately. Ron points out that it is as fast as a rocket. The Tweebs tell him that’s obvious. The Tweebs demand Kim takes them home. Kim gets very upset and tells them “no” and that she is going to catch Motor Ed. They tell her that she isn’t going catch them in her car. They tell her to drive them home so they can supercharge the engine, as “this is personal”.

After the commercial, we go to Kim’s garage. The garage door begins to open and we slowly see the new car being revealed from the shadows. Once the door is fully up, we hear the Tweebs say what they are calling the car, the Rock SL Coupe 2.0. Rufus gives it a thumbs up and Kim and Ron get in followed by the Tweebs.

We now see the Kepler slowly cruising through suburban Middleton. Shego complains to Motor Ed that they could go a lot faster. He says that the slower you go the more enjoyable it is. He tells her that she is supposed to be chewing gum, as it goes with her new fifties disguise. She reluctantly pulls out some gum and asks what his plan is. However, he tells her “no spoilers”. Then he notices something gaining on them quick, Kim’s new car. In Kim’s car, Kim asks the Tweebs if they are sure they can keep up with them, and they assure her that with the new modifications they can. Shego says that now that Kim has a car she is everywhere. Motor Ed floors the Kepler, which makes it go somewhat faster, so Kim does the same. The Tweebs flip a switch which makes a supercharger come out of the hood of their car. Wade calls on the screen in the car to remind them they have to stop the Kepler before it reaches its threshold speed and destroys Earth. Ron asks what that is, and Wade says that he will know it when he sees it. Back on the Kepler, Shego is asking Motor Ed why the dice are fuzzy when she spots Kim’s car coming up beside them. She tells him to punch it, but he tells her that shotgun babes don’t call the shots. He then presses a button that activates the rockets, leaving Kim and her car in the dust. The chase enters the highway.

Once on the highway, the Kepler flies by Mr. Dr. Possible’s car. He remarks on how nice it looks, its nice speed, and nice paint job. Then Kim’s car flies past him and he gets worried, but then oddly asks her to pick up some milk on the way home. We go to Kim’s car where Ron asks Kim if they are slowing down, but Kim corrects him by saying that they are speeding up, but they are topped out. Jim and Tim prove her wrong when they press a red button and three rocket engines pop out of the trunk. Kim gives them credit, but she can barely talk because they are going so fast. We see Kim’s car fly past the Kepler, leaving Motor Ed stunned. Shego tells him not go worry about them and to get on with their plan. He tells her to never touch the driver and that babes can’t boss dudes around. Shego gets irritated and is about to sock him when he tells her that she has some lipstick all over her cheeks. She forgets about what just happened and checks herself in a mirror. Back to Kim’s car, it is going so fast that the front tires lift off of the ground and propel them upwards just like a rocket would do. The next thing we know, we see them in space.Ron finds this the perfect time to test his theories on zero gravity eating. He sends Rufus towards a floating naco and he eats it. Kim, how is not amused with what Ron is doing turns the car around and goes back to Earth. She somehow finds the highway and continues the pursuit. They again catch up to the Kepler and Kim asks Wade, who she called on the car’s screen how she would stop the Kepler. He shows her a diagram of it and tells her that there is a removable panel on the left side where she can cut a wire that will make it stop. The Tweebs realize what Wade is getting her to do and they find it brilliant. Kim interrupts them to ask Wade that all she has to do it jump onto a speeding rocket. She rolls down the window and begins to climb out. Wade stops her and tells her he has something that might help. Two rings appear and Rufus begins to hum wedding music. Kim looks at Ron strangely. He says he doesn’t know about it, and Wade explains to them that they are magno-rings that will help her hold onto the side of the Kepler. Kim puts them on and climbs onto the roof with Ron driving. She hops onto the side of the Kepler with no problem with her rings. Motor Ed sees the whole thing and decides to activate the quantum drive. He presses it which makes a huge jump in speed. Shego gets excited and says out loud what she thought was the plan the whole time. Motor Ed looks at her strangely and tells her that the plan was to drive hypersonic across country with a babe in the passenger seat.This pushes Shego over the limit and she throws him and her out of the Kepler and into the river that they were going over. Back to Kim, she finds the panel. Wade tells her that the Kepler is nearing its threshold speed and no ones driving. She goes to cut the wire, but a bump in the road sends her backwards. Ron, who is desperate to help Kim, asks the Tweebs if they have a grappling ray, which he could catch Kim with. They say they don’t have the parts yet. As the Kepler hits its threshold, it begins to turn white and Kim quickly climbs back over to the panel as they exit the highway.

On their way onto the roads, they make the streetlights bend towards them. We see Bonnie stopped at a stop sign doing her makeup. We see the Kepler and Kim’s car go in front of her and all of her car falls apart except the seat under her. She begins to cry for her mangled car. Kim notices what happened and says, “Oops!” sarcastically of course. Next they fly by the pizzeria that the Tweebs and Ron visited earlier and it completely falls apart. Ron and the Tweebs all scream for it, but they get over it and get back to the current situation. Back to Kim, the Kepler is starting to send off shock waves when Kim cuts the wire. The Kepler comes to a stop within a few seconds.
We now go to the side of the river that Shego pushed Motor Ed into. They crawl out soaked. Motor Ed sees the Kepler across the river and on a road and says that Kim has some good road skills. Shego takes out a Kleenex and blows her nose. Motor Ed looks at her and tells her that she needs to do something with her look. She gets annoyed and shoots a blast at him. They walk their separate ways.

We now go back to Kim’s house where Kim, Ron, and the Tweebs are standing outside the car. Kim says that the car is not perfect, but it care through in the end, and makes it a metaphor by comparing the car to the Tweebs. We see the car, as a headlight falls out. The Tweebs say that they will fix it up and add even more modifications. Kim asks if there is going to be another contract, but they say they have another client for that.

We go to Bonnie’s house where Bonnie is with her wrangled car. The Tweebs show up with their contract. We see that Bonnie has already signed and is looking through the conditions. She asks them what a car monkey is, and the Tweebs tell her that she will find out later.

For the credits scene, we see Bonnie driving around Jim and Tim. They tell her to drive them somewhere and call her a car monkey. She orders them to get out and they do. She begins to drive off when they use their new grappling ray that they got that morning on Bonnie’s car. Since she violated the contract, the grappling ray destroys her car to the same condition it was before they worked on it, which makes Bonnie cry again. We hear Kim offer the Tweebs a ride to an ice cream parlor and they accept it.

Trivia

When the tweebs activate "second gear," a hood scoop pops up. However, when Kim's car launches into space, the hood scoop disappears in a couple of shots.

When Kim says the Tweebs have to duck or walk to school, they never go to school, but instead drive around for hours trying to find Motor Ed.

When Kim and Ron are looking at cars in the car lot, the camera briefly shows all around Kim's car. Two seconds later Ron pops up when the camera is inside the car, but he was nowhere to be found in the first camera shot.

In the very beginning of the episode Kim says that she needs the car to meet Ron at Bueno Nacho, but we see him cruising around Middleton showing off his new bubble horn.

The Kepler chase started in Middleton and ended in Middleton, without ever leaving Middleton. This is highly unlikely as they would have gone coast to coast in minutes at those speeds.

When Motor Ed and Shego emerge from the river, they can still see the Kepler. However, at those speeds, it would have been hundreds of miles away by then.

When Kim is about to enter the pizzeria to demand the Tweebs and Ron leave, her shadow can be seen through the door.

Throughout the entire episode Shego's skin is a light fade of green. Her skin is usually white and Drakken has the theme colored skin. This could be a change in animation for the new season, but it can't be since she had her regular skin tone in The Big Job

Goof:
Since this episode is supposed to come before Trading Faces, Bonnie should not make friends with them in that episode since they ticked her off in this episode

Motor Ed says "Seriously" only 14 times, a record low for him

The Simpsons: When Kim and Ron are in outer space, Ron says that he wants to try out a theory on eating in outer space. This is sort of like an episode of the Simpsons where Homer eats potato chips in outer space. The camera angles even resemble each other.

Married...With Children: Shego's "disguise" bears a striking resemblance the outfit worn by Peg Bundy, a character on the TV sitcom Married...With Children.

Jim and Tim: Saved by the Wade. This is a play on the popular phrase Saved by the Bell, which means that something came up that saves you some trouble. In this episode, it is when Kim is about to get onto the Tweebs and Wade interrupts. Saved by the Bell was also the name of a classic TV sitcom.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars

John DiMaggio: Motor Ed
Richard Kind: Frugal Lucre


Mad Dogs and Aliens
Episode: 6 (season) / 71 (show) / 70 (production order) First Aired: February 24, 2007 Product Code: 405
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

The episode starts off outside Middleton High School where the sign reads “Home of the Mad Dogs”. We go into the gymnasium where the cheer squad is practicing their new cheer with a new song. They all throw Kim into the air where she lands in a split on top of the human pyramid. Just as the lands, the gym lights mysteriously turn off. Kim and the entire come crashing down onto the floor where they groan in pain. We hear Ron’s voice saying that they need complete silence. A spotlight focuses on him and he begins saying that they are going to witness a historic moment. Bonnie walks over to the light switch and turns all the lights. She remarks to what he says by saying that he is going to get slapped. Ron ignores what she says and reveals that this is all about commemorating the Mad Dog uniform. Since Ron is the new running back, he can no longer be the team’s mascot at the same time. He begins to cry and asks if anyone has any words. We see that everyone except Kim and Bonnie have left the gym. Bonnie, over by the door tells the Mad Dog good riddens. Kim then tries her best to make up something nice about the Mad Dog to cheer up Ron. She says that the Mad Dog was a hit with the crowd, and that he will be missed. Kim turns her attention to Bonnie as Ron thanks her. Kim tells Bonnie that she should be a little more sympathetic. Bonnie trashes the Mad Dog one more time, and tells her that she has an idea for a replacement for Ron.

We now go to the football field where the Tweebs are dressed in mini-Mad Dog suits. They are dancing around the field when Kim, Ron, and Bonnie show up. Kim’s mouth is wide open the entire time in disbelief, and Ron is just as amazed as Kim is, except he shows a sign of jealousy at the same time. Bonnie says that will all of their extra energy, they will be perfect for the job as mascot. Ron then faints onto the field as the opening music starts.
After the opening music, we go to the prison of Doctor Drakken in the middle of the night. We go into a recreation room in cellblock D where prisoners are doing many random things. We see Drakken playing checkers with his cellmate Frugal Lucre. Lucre is rambling on that he saw someone steal an extra pudding at lunch, and the guards didn’t even bust him for it. Drakken tells him to shut up. Drakken starts talking about how it is terrible to have someone as smart as him locked up in a useless prison. While he is talking, he jumps three of Lucre’s checkers. Lucre notices that he might win for the first time. Drakken looks at the board and gets excited that he is finally going to beat him. He goes for the winning move when the prison alarm begins to loudly sound. Then, a big gapping hole comes through the roof of the room. All the prisoners begin to frantically run away. One of them stops by Drakken to inform him that there is a green lady looking for him. He immediately thinks Shego and gets excited that he is finally going to be broken out. Suddenly, he notices that he has yet to make his winning move on the checkers game. He goes for it, but he gets sucked out of his chair by a green beam that comes through the hole in the ceiling. Drakken gets taken somewhere above, and Lucre catches the mid-flight checker and asks if anyone wants to play with him.

We now go to Bueno Nacho where Kim and Ron are sitting next to each other talking about the Tweebs. Kim tells Ron that she is starting to get used to the idea of the Tweebs becoming the new mascots, and supports it. Ron is still in denial, and refuses to admit that they are the best people for the job. He says that they look ridiculous in their two small puppy costumes. While they are countering each other’s points, Wade breaks in and tells them that someone has finally broken Drakken out of prison. Kim finds this annoying as all her villains always break out somehow. He tells them that a green lady broke him out, so they assume it is Shego. Kim asks him to locate her. He tells them that she is making huge deductions on her credit cards. Ron finds this surprising that a villain would have credit cards. Wade also tells him that she has a fairly good credit score. Ron is amazed, but Kim gets them back on subject. She asks where Shego is, and Wade shows them a map of an island in Greece.

We now go to the island that was previously mentioned by Wade. We see the harbor, and then we go up the side of a local mountain side where there is a temple-like building. We hear Ron talking to Kim how it isn’t fair if you break a villain out of prison (Shego), you get to go to a spa, but if you save the world, you can only get a naco and a movie. We see Shego lying on a table with hot rocks on her back with her eyes closed. She overhears Ron talking to Kim, and opens her eyes. Kim sees Ron’s point, but tells him that saving the world has other perks, such as cuter boyfriends. Ron blushes as Kim walks over towards the aware Shego. Still on Ron, we see Kim throw him out of the way of a hot rock being thrown towards him by Shego’s handler. Shego yells at them that she is on vacation and that they better leave. Shego tells her handler to throw another rock at them. Kim and Ron get out of the way in plenty of time. A curious Ron complains that he threw another rock at them while he touches the smoldering rock. He gets burned by it and changes his complaint to the fact that he threw a hot rock at them. He throws another rock at them. Shego decides to get up. She tells “Midas” that is all, and complains to Kim that it is really hard to get time with him. Shego picks up a rock and enhances in with her blasts. Kim grabs a plate and blocks it. We see Ron try to grab a plate for his own protection, but the plates are too high and his jumping is for nothing. Kim throws some facial crème in a bowl and it gets into Shego’s eyes. Shego inadvertently crashes into Kim, sending her into a cart, which catches Ron when he is jumping for another plate. He flies down an open hall and the cart lands in a fountain. Ron gets thrown from it and lands inside a steam room where several old men are relaxing. Back on Shego and Kim, they throw each other into a mud pit where they fight for a minute before exiting. Kim is now on top of Shego, and asking her where Drakken is. She has no idea, and Shego kicks Kim off of her. They exchange words and Kim charges Shego. Back on Ron, he is telling the old men in the steam room about his mascot problems. They get interrupted when Kim and Shego come flying through the door of the steam room. Shego tells them for the last time that she is vacationing. She pours some water on the heating element of the room, which creates steam, and she escapes. Kim and Ron look at each other wondering who it really was who broke Drakken out.

We now go to outer space where there is a mysterious space ship that looks like a gun. We go inside and see a strange ten foot tall being, called Warmonga telling a very frightened Drakken to answer her question. She repeats it for us. She is asking if he is the Great Blue. Drakken tries to calm her down, as she is pointing a gun at him. He has no idea what she is talking about. She tells him that she saw his transmittion. He is puzzled, so she turns on her large television. It goes through several shows and gets to Drakken’s commercial from Rappin’ Drakken.

Drakken painfully remembers that plan, but it was the worst one he had ever come up with. She formally introduces herself as Warmonga to him. She tells him of her home planets prophesy of the Great Blue. Drakken wishes her good luck and looks out the window and asks her to drop him off at the nearest town. Warmonga begins to get sad as she has not found the Great Blue. She goes on about if he was the Great Blue, she would pledge her loyalty to him, and give him an infinite supply of advanced weaponry. Drakken thinks about it and decides to lie to her and tell her that he is the Great Blue. She gets happy and runs over to him and picks him up and hugs him to death. She kisses him and he falls to the floor because of the intense hugging. A commercial starts.

After the commercial, we see Jim and Tim perform a summersault in their front yard. As they finish, Ron shows up, acting like a drill sergeant. He welcomes them to Mad Dog Mascot 101. He tells them to full in, but they look at each other confused. They try to ask him a question, but he tells them they don’t have permission to talk. He asks them if they think they have what it takes to be the Middleton Mascot. They tell him that they are going to call themselves the pep puppies. Ron gets irritated over this and immediately tells them no puppies, and that there is only one mad dog, the Mad Dog. They both try to speak, but Ron shoves a dog biscuit into both of their mouths. He says that he will teach them the art of Mad Dog Mascotary. He tells them that they first need to fit his mold. They agree with him, but with a suspicious wink at each other. Ron tells them that he is glad they are on the same page, and that they should get their eyes checked.

We now go to Drakken's old lair, which has now been vacant for six months. We see Warmonga's ship hovering outside the lair. Warmonga is happy that she is finally seeing the legendary lair of the Great Blue. She remarks on how good taste he has. The camera zooms out and we see the entire room has been destroyed perceivably by Shego since the wall has graffiti that says that Shego rocks. Drakken thanks her for telling him that he has good taste, but then he gets bursted by a broken pipe full of water. Warmonga throws him out of the way, and squeezes the pipe shut. We see Drakken, who has made his mold in a wall the was thrown to. Warmonga tells him she can lift an extremely large amount of weight. Just then, the support column she is leaning against gives out from under her and the entire lair begins to collapse. We see a distant view from the outside as the entire thing falls off the cliff and into the sea. Back in what’s left of the lair, Warmonga apologizes and tells him that she can built him a new one. As he cries for his lair, he hears this, but tells her that she cannot throw up a lair in a day. She places a purple box on the ground and it begins to expand dramatically. Drakken remembers the alien technology and gets excited.

We now go to Kim’s front porch where Ron is sitting down bummed about something. Kim opens the door and asks what is wrong with him. Kim sits down next to him, and tries to put her arm around his shoulders. She is stopped when a mysterious yellow force field shows up as a circle around Ron. Kim stands up and yells at the Tweebs, telling them that they cannot put people in containment fields. They turn it off, and tell Kim that Ron was bugging them with the whole mascot coach thing. Kim turns around and asks Ron if he was bugging them. He tells her that they cannot change the past. Kim quickly changes to subject to what Wade dug up on possible suspects for breaking Drakken out of prison. She had Wade search for all green females on Earth. His search came up with Shego, and the spokeswomen for the Asparagus Advisory Council, but they both have perfect alibis. Kim switches the subject back to the mascot problem, and asks him if he is still upset. He says that the pep puppies, which he refers to as trash, needs to be taken out. The Tweebs overhear him and walk off offended. Kim tells Ron that he is taking this whole thing too personally. He tells her that it is personal as the mascot is his legacy.

We now go to Drakken’s lair. Outside, we see Warmonga’s ship tied to the island, and the spot where his lair used to be transformed into a completely odd mess. Inside the new lair, Drakken is all excited over all the new “toys”, and his potential with all of them. He soon realizes that he has no idea what any of the things are, and much less what they do. He turns around and asks Warmonga what everything is exactly. She tells him that everything stocked in the lair is standard taking over a world supplies. She begins to name just a few of the numerous gadgets in the huge room. Drakken thinks that Shego would have never gotten him anything that he now has. Warmonga suddenly realizes that she forgot one thing. She takes out a remote control and presses a button. A huge garbage can type device comes out of the floor. She says it depletes the atmosphere of oxygen. She asks if she has pleased the Great Blue. He goes to respond, but he is cut off by a voice questioning that Drakken is the Great Blue. Shego hops off of a device and walks over to them. She says that she will give Drakken blue, but he is not so great. Shego notices Warmonga towering five feet over her. She says that she must be drinking her milk. Drakken formally introduces Warmonga to Shego, and he tells Warmonga that Shego was his old sidekick who neglected to break him out of prison. Warmonga asks if she two pledged her life to the Great Blue. Shego asks her what planet she is from. Warmonga tells Shego about herself. Shego looks at Drakken like he’s nuts. Drakken tells Warmonga to show Shego the door, so she makes Shego turn herself so she can see the door being shown to her. Drakken tells her that he means send her out the door, so Warmonga throws Shego through the door. Shego crawls back in ready to do battle with Warmonga. She blasts her into a screen, and Warmonga emerges with her fighting sword out. They blast each other a few times until Warmonga throws Shego into the same screen that she went through, only Shego is knocked unconscious. Drakken realizes that with her gadgets and his mind, they are invincible. Warmonga asks him if she should throw Shego out the door, but he says that he wants her to see Kim Possible defeated.

After the commercials, we go to the Middleton High Stadium where the lights are turning on for a football game. We now see two cheerleaders being thrown up into the air. Now we see Kim running towards the pyramid, and she goes into a split on top of the two girls we just saw. We see the football players exit the locker rooms through a big foaming mad dog head. Ron is the second to exit. Kim spots him and blows him a kiss. He waves back as he passes the Tweebs dressed in the mascot costumes. They are howling like wolves as the passes. He looks back and they are sticking their tongues out at him when he runs into the field goal post. Kim sees this and feels his pain. While Kim is still in the split position, Wade calls her on the Kimmunicator. He says that he got a hit on the site from Drakken. Kim asks if he is on the move, but Wade tells her that he is on the site. He shows her a video meant to lure her into the trap in his lair. He expresses his current hate for Kim because she locked him up in cellblock D. Shego tells him that he is digressing. Drakken tells her that she is only there to watch the end of Kim Possible. After a moment of silence, Shego asks Warmonga if she is going to say anything. She tells her that they don’t mock the Great Blue. Shego tells her that their job as sidekicks is to interrupt them. So to prove this, she yells at Drakken. He has had enough of her and gets back to Kim. Drakken tells her about his oxygen sucking machine and shows her a countdown of T-60:00. Back to Kim, she tells Wade that Drakken must be rusty, because he isn’t even hiding his location. Wade tells her that it is an obvious trap. Kim agrees, but she says that if revenge is what he wants, than that is what he is going to get, and a one-way ticket back to cellblock D. Suddenly, Kim notices that she is still in the split position on top of the pyramid of cheerleaders. Back to Ron, we see him catch the ball and run towards the end zone. However, the crowd is too concerned with the excellent jobs of the Tweebs. Ron looks back at them, but gets tackled by pretty much the entire other team. He calls a time out and walks slowly over to Kim who is on the sidelines. Kim tells him that she has to go stop Drakken. Ron sees that this is extremely rude to interrupt the football game. She says that she can handle it without him. He is sort of surprised by this, and tells her that it just isn’t the same without her cheering him on. Kim tells him that he still has the pep puppies, but Ron is disgusted by her even saying that. She tells him that he is only jealous because they are actually really good. She tells him that he has moved up in the ranks and he is now on the field instead of off of it. Kim tells him that he should be happy. They move in for a kiss on the lips, but Wade inconveniently shows up in person to stop them before their lips touch. He shows Kim a suitcase and opens it. She pulls out the supersuit. Ron is surprised and says that he must have fixed it. He says that he not only fixed it, but improved it. He walks over to the suit and presses a button, and the suit turns invisible. Kim finds this “sweet”.

We now go to Drakken’s lair where he is looking at the countdown clock which is at T-10:00 now. He is wondering where she is because he wants his victory. Shego, who is handcuffed and foot cuffed says there is no way he can handle Kim without her. Drakken says that somebody’s jealous. Shego yells at him that she is just sticking around to see Kim defeat him. Drakken walks over to her and tells her that Kim will not win because she would not be prepared for their secret weapon, Warmonga. Just then, he hears Kim’s voice, and we see her appear behind Drakken. She asks what the secret weapon is exactly. He is amazed on how she did that, but she gives no explanation. Coming up behind Kim is the giant Warmonga. Kim turns around in astonishment. She figures out that Shego really didn’t break Drakken out. Drakken formally introduces Warmonga to Kim. Warmonga flings Kim across the room and next to Shego. She asks her if Warmonga is an alien, and Shego says yes. Kim asks her why she isn’t on vacation. Pointing to her cuffs, she tells her that she is not really on the clock. While they are talking, Warmonga shoots a blast from a gun that narrowly avoids Kim and Shego. Kim jumps on top of some device to get away from Warmonga. Warmonga tells Kim that she must either surrender to Drakken, or face her wrath. Kim catches one of Warmonga’s blasts with the hand feature of her suit and flings it into Warmonga, which sends her into a screen. When Warmonga emerges, she is angry and is out for revenge on Kim. Drakken sees Warmonga’s rage and says too bad to Kim. Warmonga figures out that Kim is the one who imprisoned Drakken. She takes out her fighting sword and yells her name as the runs towards Kim. She comes at Kim with all force. Kim manages to trip her, and protect herself in a force field. Warmonga adjusts something on her sword and breaks through Kim’s force field. Kim gets hit by the sword and falls to the ground. Shego gets jealous and does not want Warmonga to beat Kim, so she melts her cuffs and blasts Warmonga across the room. Drakken asks her what she is doing. She tells her that it is her job to fight Kim Possible, not some newcomer. Kim awakes while Shego and Warmonga are occupied with each other behind her. She notices the countdown clock only has twenty seconds on it. Shego continues to insult Warmonga as the fight, and Warmonga eventually throws Shego again all the way up to the roof.

We now go to Ron who is playing for the winning touchdown with only ten seconds left on the clock. He sees how well the Tweebs are doing as the mascots and stops for a few seconds. The Tweebs frantically point towards three opposing players coming after him. He runs into the end zone and they win the game. Everyone comes to congratulate Ron, but everything gets put on hold when Wade tells Ron that he just got a call from the Kimmunicator, but it wasn’t Kim who called. Ron gets a worried look in his eye.

Back to the raging battle in Drakken’s lair, Warmonga picks up her dropped fighting sword. She walks up behind Kim as is about to strike her final blow. Kim uses the battlesuit’s new invisible power to go undetected. Warmonga is surprised by this and just starts swinging her sword everywhere. Kim sneaks up behind her and takes the sword from her. She hits Warmonga with it, and she goes flying into a space vehicle, which explodes when she hits it. She switches her attention to Drakken who is putting on a gas mask because the clock just hit zero. The machine starts quickly sucking oxygen into it. Warmonga remerges in front of Kim. Kim uses Warmonga’s sword to pole vault over her and Kim throws the sword into the machine, deactivating it. The shockwave makes the lair constructed from a simple cube to contract into that. Drakken desperately watches as all that is left is a little cube on the ground. Drakken does his traditional “You think your all that” comment. Drakken realizes that he still has his loyal alien. As he finishes speaking, a screen next to Warmonga turns on. It is Tim disguised as a blue bear. He tells her that he is the Great Blue and to meet him on Pluto. She realizes that Drakken lied to her about him being the Great Blue. She throws him several hundred feet over the lair and he goes off screen to an unknown location. Warmonga stomps off and Kim watches as Warmonga takes off in her ship. The screen comes back on and Ron and the Tweebs are on it. She asks them how they knew. We hear Shego say to Kim if she lost something. We see the Kimmunicator fly back into Kim’s hands. Kim asks why she helped her, and she said that Kim is hers to fight with, and no one else’s.

We now go to the football field where the Tweebs are running around in circles with their costumes on. Ron walks up to them and they take off the heads. Ron tells them that he is getting used to the pep puppies, and hands them his beloved mouth foam. Kim walks up behind Ron and holds his dangling hand. She says that she could go for a date. Ron suggests a naco and a movie, and Kim happily agrees as they walk off into the sunset.

For the closing credits scene, we see Motor Ed in Lucre’s old bed in the prison, and Lucre in Drakken’s old bed. Motor Ed is going on and on about nothing. Finally, Lucre has had enough and tells him to shut up, and that he is just going on about something that no one really cares about, all while he is completely oblivious to the fact that he usually does the exact same to Drakken.

Trivia

Drakken says that he only has one more move until he wins the game of checkers, but that would be impossible since Lucre still has several pieces (more than Drakken in fact), many of which are located in diametrically opposite places.

When Kim jumps up to the pyramid during the game, the camera quickly pans down to the rest of the girls who for a split second do not have any mouths.

During the tag at the end of the show there should be shadows of prison bars on Motor Ed when he's laying in bed. They appear on the bed below him and on the wall above him but there are none on him.

There is no way Kim would have her Kimmunicator with her when she is on top of the pyramid doing a split. Her skirt has no pockets and she doesn't have a bag with her

When Drakken gets sucked up through the prison's roof, the checker he is holding falls to the table, but when we next see it, it is just rotating in mid air

Kim's belly button doesn't show up when she's wearing her cheer uniform.

The prisoner that tells Drakken that there is a green lady looking for him would have no way to get that information since Warmonga never leaves her ship

When Warmonga first sees Drakken's lair, there is graffiti on the wall that says, "Shego Rocks!" This is a reference to a work of fanfiction by the same title, written by David Clark Allen. Though the writers claim not to read fanfiction, this says otherwise.

The title is a reference to Mad Dogs and Englishmen, a 1932 song by Noel Coward.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
Tara Strong: Tara

Guest stars

John DiMaggio: Motor Ed
Kristen Johnston: Warmonga


Grande Size Me
Episode: 7 (season) / 72 (show) / 77 (production order) First Aired: March 3, 2007 Product Code: 407
Writers: Kurt Weldon Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co, ltd.

Episode summary

This episode starts off at Middleton High School where outside the sign says that there is a pep rally that day, and there is some assembly required. We now see Kim opening her locker, and putting a book inside of it. When she closes it, she sees Ron standing beside her, short of breath. She asks him what is wrong with him and he says that he has received health class. Kim wonders why he is so worked up over that, and he says that the class is sick and wrong. Kim sarcastically tells him that it is healthy and wrong. Ron tells her that he is going to be the only senior in the class of freshmen. Kim asks him why he didn’t take the class in freshmen year, and he tells her that he had other priorities. To illustrate this, we are shown a flashback of a much younger Ron playing paddleball in front of Middleton High School. He misses the board one time and his face becomes the new board. The ball then shifts to Rufus, who is on Ron’s shoulder. Back to the present time, Ron remarks to Kim about how busy the first semester of freshmen year was. Then, Rufus pops out of his pocket, and starts rubbing his head, saying that it hurts.

We now go to a room where Mr. Barkin is up in front of twelve students, which includes Ron. Mr. Barkin tells them that their usual teacher was eating a banana, and forgot where she left the banana peel, so she slipped on it, and he is now their teacher. Ron sarcastically says under his breath that things just keep getting better for him. Mr. Barkin then tells the students that they are starting lesson one, which is the importance of a healthy diet. Ron moans about this and tries to cover his ears. Mr. Barkin continues by saying that he knows all of them like to hang out at fast food restaurants, such as Cow and Chow, and Bueno Nacho. When he says Bueno Nacho, Ron is disgusted, and is about to go off. Mr. Barkin goes on from what he said by saying that those foods are okay “sometimes food”, but dramatically says that you cannot eat them every, singe, day, all while the camera zooms in on Ron with his face getting more and more angry. Finally, once Mr. Barkin finishes, Ron has had it, and screams terribly loud that that was a lie. When Ron says this, we see a flock of birds fly from the school’s roof. The opening music starts.
After the music, we see the outside of Bueno Nacho where we hear Ron talking. We go inside to Ron and Kim’s regular table. Ron is telling her how he is still ticked about Barkin. He says that he is trying to get impressionable freshmen to stop eating unhealthy foods, and eat healthy food more often. He continues by using himself as an example of what happens when you eat at places like Bueno Nacho everyday. Kim begins to agree, but Ron’s stomach cramps up and interrupts her. Kim now changes her mind, and tells him that his diet could stand to be a little more balanced. Ron stops her, and thinks that Barkin had gotten to her. She continues and says that healthy food can be good, and shows him her salad that she is eating. She offers him some, but he rhetorically asks that Bueno Nacho now has salads. He sees the salad and asks him where the seasoned ground beef and the hand pumped cheese. Kim stops him and tried to key him in on the word salad. She tells him what to expect in it, but Ron puts his own twist on the words. While they are talking, Rufus goes over to the end of the table, and notices something as his eyes open and he gasps. Rufus gets Ron’s attention, and he sees Ned putting up a banner that promotes their new salads. Ron gets angry as he thinks that they are actually proud of it. Kim creatively tells him that he is way over-reacting. He asks her what side she is on, and sees that she is on Barkin’s side. Ron is fed up, and announces to the entire restaurant that he will only eat Bueno Nacho from that point forward. Ron charges up to the counter and confronts Ned. Ned says hello to him, and offers him an enchilada. Ron immediately refuses, and asks for a grande naco meal. Ned is concerned about the amount of fat in the meal, but is forced to take the order by a confident Ron.

We now so to the outside of a large headquarters of Hench Co. Inside we hear Jack Hench talking to an old man about the company’s profits. He pulls a file out of a large stack of papers, and wonders about Project Titan. The old man, who is a CEO, says that the project is still a work in progress. Jack asks how the progress of it is, and the man responds that it is not working. Jack moves on and asks him about the computer virus. The man tells him that it was wiped out by another computer virus. Jack carefully pulls another file out of the stack, and it is a transducer. He says that the villains will quickly come to him for the new machine. The man says that it is functional, but it is probably too large for most to want it. Jack quickly tells him to make that a new feature, and give it to the highest bidder in an auction that they will be holding.

Trivia

In the end credits of this episode, Kim is unaware that she is in a TV show, but in The Ron Factor she interrupted the opening by pushing the screen up thus breaking the fourth wall.

When all the villains are after Kim in HenchCo, Duff Killigan hits a bag of exploding golf balls towards Kim, yet none of them explode.

Ron vows to only eat Bueno Nacho, but he is seen eating the school's cafeteria food, and a box of mini corndogs

When Kim's car shows up inside HenchCo, we see it come through a wall, and one second later, she is pulled up beside Ron telling to get in. She would have had to run over with the transducer, get in the car, and drive over to Ron all in one second.

Ron bumps his head in the doorway numerous times in this episode being so big. The first time is when he goes to health class and he is taller than the door. But just as he passes Barkin, who is very tall himself, Ron is actually a bit shorter than he is. If that's the case, Barkin should bump his head everytime he walks through a door, but he doesn't.

When Ron is mutated, he has on some of his red and black shirt. However, when he changes back to normal, he is wearing his mission clothes.

When Ron is about to be mutated, the table that he is sitting at in Bueno Nacho does not have a support under it, but it usually does

This episode was first offered as a video on the Disney Channel website on February 24th, 2007, a full week before it premiered.

Sonic Commercials: When Ron is filming his documentary, after each recording, the sound of a clapperboard is heard. It is the same sound effect used in the Sonic Drive-In commercials.

Captain Planet: When Ron is "breaking the fourth wall" (talking directly to the audience), this is a parody of the "moral messages" at the end of eco-driven cartoon series Captain Planet. Although that show was primarily about saving the environment, there were a few episodes that focused on healthy eating.

The Wheel of Good Eating: The Wheel of Good Eating is a refrence to the real life Food Pyramid.

King Kong: In a bit of a role reversal from King Kong, Monkey Fist tries to escape by climbing a structure similar to the Empire State Building in the mini-golf course while a giant mutated Ron chases him up.

The Incredible Hulk: When Ron is mutated, he resembles The Incredible Hulk. He speaks in incomplete sentences, says, "Ron Smash!" and basically throws a gigantic temper tantrum. The only difference is that the way he mutates is different, and Ron is yellow instead of green.

Super Size Me: The episode's title is a play on the title of the 2004 documentary Super Size Me, in which director Morgan Spurlock finds out what would happen if a person ate nothing but McDonald's fast food for a month, using himself as a test subject.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Raven-Symone: Monique
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Brian George: Duff Killigan
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie

Guest stars

Fred Willard: Jack Hench
Eddie Deezen: Ned


Clothes Minded
Episode: 8 (season) / 73 (show) / 78 (production order) First Aired: March 17, 2007 Product Code: 408
Writers: Kim Duran and Stephanie Phillips Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

Kim's mission clothes are ripped in a fight with Shego, and her efforts to find replacements at Club Banana fail when she finds they're discontinued. Both she and Ron also get involved in college prep courses, while Shego and Drakken attempt to steal dangerous technology and hide it in a fake university.

So when Kim's usual mission attire is no longer available for purchase at Club Banana, she winds up trying to look for a new one, all while worrying about college admissions and Drakken's latest scheme to reform the continents into a new Pangaea.

Trivia

When Ron is being held prisoner by Drakken and Shego, he admits that Kim doesn't know he's there. Yet at Bueno Nacho as Wade reveals to her Drakken's latest hideout, Kim admits that it was the school that Ron was going to visit that same day.

When Kim is standing by the open window, her hair is moving in the opposite direction the wind is blowing.

When Drakken and Shego see Kim in the samurai outfit her brothers made, Shego says "Where are the fashion police when you need them?". In Kim Possible, there are actual Fashion Police as seen in Fashion Victim.

When Kim and Ron visit the Fashionistas in jail, Kim mentions that she and Ron put them in jail, but in Fashion Victim, Ron was trapped in a crate while Kim and Monique did battle with the Fashionistas.

When Shego said Kim wore the same outfit season after season after season, she was refering to the previous three seasons of the show, and in turn breaking the fourth wall.

This episode marks the last appearance of Kim's original mission outfit that had previously been used for all of Kim's missions.

This episode marks the first appearance of Kim's new mission outfit.

When Kim and Ron go to the Middleton Magnetic Institute and Drakken activates the giant magnet, Ron's watch gets attracted to the magnet, however Kim's metal spacesuit remains unaffected.

At the beginning of the episode the Middleton High School sign reads "Senior Prank Week." The next time the sign is said it reads, "earn keeP Sir Wonk," which is an anagram of the sign's previous message.

Since Disney Channel is airing the episodes out of order, the Fashionistas make their first appearance in this episode as prisoners, but we meet them and they go to prison in Fashion Victim.

When Kim and Ron run from the imploding college, the window they exit is alligned with the front entrance; however, it should be off the the right as seen earlier in the episode

When Wade shows Kim a geothermal scan of Drakken's lair, it shows that the stolen parts are spread out over the lair, but they are all on one machine.

When Drakken shows Shego and Ron his plan, he says that there would only be one timezone, but in reality, only a few timezones would be eliminated, not 23 of them.

When Mr. Barkin is walking down the stairs at the school with Kim and Ron, the door at the top of the stairs only has blue sky through it, meaning they lead nowhere.

In The Cupid Effect, which comes after this episode in production order, Kim is wearing her usual mission clothes, but this episode ends with Kim wearing her new outfit.

This episode was first offered as a video on the Disney Channel website on March 10th, 2007, a full week before it premiered.

Kim's Astronaut Suit: Kim's Astronaut suit that her dad gives her looks similar to Danny's jumpsuit in an episode of Danny Phantom, also provided by his dad.

Baretta: In the closing tag, Ron tells the Fashionistas, "If you can't do the crime, don't do the time or something I like that." He meant "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime", a line of a song in the old show called Baretta.

Gundam/Power Rangers/Transformers: One of Kim's potential new outfits, the one supplied by the tweebs, is a reference to Gundam, a long running Japanese Anime series featuring giant robots, or mecha. The series, produced by Sunrise, inc., is actually made up of several series, including Gundam Wing and Mobile Suit Gundam. The name "Gundam" is thought to have derived from a variety of sources, but the most agreed-upon is that people needed to conform to a single name for giant robots in the 1970s. Gundams are piloted by humans, and vary in size.

The suit is also a reference to Power Rangers, in which the characters would summon giant robots, known as Zords, to defeat their enemies (this happened in pretty much every episode as the show practically invented plot-recycling). The series, like Gundam, began in Japan with the Super Sentai franchise.

A third reference is to Transformers, which has seen multiple iterations over the years, including the Beast Wars TV series. It started with a line of toys from Hasbro, which featured toys that could transform from everyday vehicles into imposing mechs. Unlike Gundam and Power Rangers, however, Transformers originated in the U.S.

Cindy Crawford: When Kim is trying out potential new outfits, one of them involves a blonde wig, a purse, and a mole, and is meant to make her look like a fashion diva. The mole is a reference to Fashion legend Cindy Crawford, who became famous by embracing what other people would have considered a flaw: a mole on her face.

Star Trek: The Original Series: While talking about repairing Kim's mission outfit Mrs. Dr. Possible says "I'm a brain surgeon, not a miracle worker" in homage to Dr. McCoy's famous line "Damn it, Jim! I'm a doctor, not a [fill in the blank]". Of course, she left off the "Damn it, Jim!" part.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars


Big Bother
Episode: 9 (season) / 74 (show) / 80 (production order) First Aired: April 7, 2007 Product Code: 410
Writers: Greg Weisman Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

For health class, Ron has to take care of a sack of flour as if it were a baby, which proves difficult for him. Ron also finds out that his parents have adopted a baby girl, whom he immediately resents, referring to her as "the intruder." Also, Kim and Ron find out that Lord Monkey Fist has stolen a scroll containing instructions which could enable him to acquire a powerful ancient weapon.

When they travel to Japan to stop Monkey Fist, Kim is concerned about Ron being reunited with Yori, the student ninja who was once romantically interested in Ron.

Ron has his hands full when he has to care for both a sack of flour and his new baby sister Hana, not to mention help track down Monkey Fist, who is in search of three stone keys that will lead him to an ultimate weapon. To make matters worse, he also has to break the news to his old friend Yori that he and Kim are dating now. As a running gag in the episode, he always tends to destroy the sack of flour on numerous occasions in various ways.

Trivia

When Ron asks his parents why they didn't tell him about Hana, they say this is our way of telling you. This is similar to the events in A Sitch In Time where they fail to mention that he is moving to Norway.

Running Gags: Monkey Fist and his monkey ninjas crashing into an object, causing Monkey Fist to say "That's what I get for letting the monkey drive", and Ron's flour babies keep getting destroyed are running gags throughout this episode.

Ron is seen asking for bacon in this episode, but he is Jewish, meaning that he doesn't eat pork. This means that he is not Orthodox Jew, seeing as he celebrates Christmas, not to mention the naco combines ground meat and cheese made from cow's milk, which goes against the kosher law of not using the meat and dairy products from the same animal in the same dish.

Even though according to production codes, this episode is after Clothes Minded, Kim continues to wear her old mission outfit clothes.

When Ron's father tells him that he installed a new ceiling fan, it is the exact same one as the one in the beginning of the episode.

Ron's fighting technique is shown to have improved in this episode, and he is able to hold his own.

When Ron is handing his flour to Barkin to get a grade, the wall behind him is blue; however, once Barkin gives him a grade, the wall is orange.

When Kim and Ron ring Barkin's doorbell, they are just as tall as Barkin is. However, in Grande Size Me, only the largest Ron could match Barkin's height.

For Ron's last flour sack, he calls it MCMXXXIIII. This is not a real Roman numeral since it should be MCMXXXIV.

Ron leaves to rescue Kim with his twenty-second sack of flour and arrives with his thirty-eighth one; however, he only kept the flour in his closet, and did not take it with him.

In the first encounter with Monkey Fist, his (Tom Kane's) voice does not sound like it usually does.

Just before Monkey Fist and his monkeys crash into the tree, we briefly see the road ahead of them, and there is not a tree.

In one shot we see Kim's mom starting to make pancakes from scratch, but in the next shot about two second later, they are completely cooked and ready to serve.

When Kim and Ron go to Barkin's house to get the second sack of flour, Kim gets is wearing a green shirt. In the next shot, she is wearing a pink shirt.

This episode was aired at 5:30 PM on its premiere day, instead of the usual 8:00 PM.

This episode was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 31st, but it was taken off the schedule at the last minute. It instead was shown on Saturday, April 7th.

This episode was first offered as a video on the Disney Channel website on March 26th, 2007, twelve days before it premiered on television.

Title: Big Bother: The title of this episode is similar to the name of the popular reality TV show Big Brother.

Columbian Flag: The color pattern on Monkey Fist's map are in the same order as on the Columbian flag.

Gargoyles: In the second temple, which was the blue one, the statues that come to life resemble Gargoyles, from the show Gargoyles. That show was produced by Greg Weisman, who also wrote this episode. He also wrote the season two episode Queen Bebe.

What to Expect: The parenting book Ron uses, What to Expect When You're Panicking, is a parody of the real-life pregnancy book What to Expect When You're Expecting by Heidi Murkoff, Arlene Eisenberg, and Sandee Hathaway.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Tom Kane: Monkey Fist
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Jean Smart: Mrs. Possible
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
Andrea Martin: Mrs. Stoppable
Elliott Gould: Mr. Stoppable

Guest stars

Keiko Agena: Yori
Grey DeLisle: Hana Stoppable


Fashion Victim
Episode: 10 (season) / 75 (show) / 74 (production order) First Aired: April 14, 2007 Product Code: 406
Writers: Kim Duran Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

Club Banana's fall fashion line is shown to the store's management, including assistant manager Monique, but Kim is excluded and Monique won't breach her confidentiality agreement. Camille Leon disguises herself as Kim and steals the designs so they can be made into knockoffs by the Fashionistas in Milan. Kim goes to Milan to foil their plans, and Monique follows on her own.

Meanwhile, Ron learns that teacher Mr. Barkin is also his co-worker at Smarty Mart; they get along poorly at the store, and things get worse when a stockroom accident results in them being trapped in a crate together.

Trivia

When Monique is fighting Espadrille, before the camera focuses on the press, Kim looks exactly like Camille, but when it comes back, she looks normal again.

In this episode, we learn Mr. Barkin has worked at Smarty-Mart for eighteen years, or since Ron and Kim were born.

When Kim and Monique were fighting the Fashionistas and Camille, the music that was played was the same music played in the dramatic fight scene between Shego and Kim in So the Drama.

This is the first episode in which Monique has a direct involvement in one of Kim's missions.

In Trading Faces, Camille could nano-morph exactly into anyone, but in this episode she is unable to change the color of her skin and eyes.

Phill Lewis and Ashley Tisdale, who co-star in this episode, both star in the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.

This episode first aired on Disney's "Disney on Demand" service on their website six weeks before it aired on television.

Spaceballs: When Monique catches Wade playing with action figures, it is similar to when Colonel Sandurz catches Dark Helmet playing with his dolls in the movie Spaceballs.

Fashion Police: This is a reference to the term used for people who critizizes other people's fashion style. In this episode the phrase is taken literally.

Episode Title: Fashion Victim Fashion Victim is also the name of a song on Green Day's Warning album.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Raven-Symone: Monique
Ashley Tisdale: Camille Leon
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin

Guest stars

Patton Oswalt: Professor Dementor
Ashley Tisdale: Camille Leon
Phill Lewis: Coco Banana
Rob Paulsen: Price Check Announcer
Charlie Schlatter: Chino
Tara Strong: Espadrille
Gwendoline Yeo: Hoodie


Odds Man In
Episode: 11 (season) / 76 (show) / 81 (production order) First Aired: April 28, 2007 Product Code: 411
Writers: Denise Moss Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

Ron learns about his father's work as an actuary and becomes obsessed with wanting to protect first Kim, and later himself, from the risks of both everyday life and fighting crime. He becomes so fearful that he eventually encloses himself in a "panic room" in his bedroom. Meanwhile, former temp worker Hank Perkins offers Dr. Drakken his services as a villainy consultant.

Hank introduces team-building exercises and organizational charts to Drakken's operation, leading Drakken to begin spouting business-school jargon, to Shego's disgust. Hank also diversifies Drakken's operation by getting him into the gourmet cupcake business. The cupcake shops are successful in their own right and also serve as locations for Drakken's Atmos-Freezers, which he uses to lower world temperatures with the goal of bringing the world under his domination.

Trivia

When Ron swings through a hole in a tree with a vine, he comes out the other side with the same vine in his hand. In reality, the vine would have gotten stuck in the hole.

When Ron is stuck between the conveyor belt and the giant bag of batter, we see Shego riding the conveyor belt up to him then standing there. Since she is still on the conveyor belt, she should have been moving, or at least walking to stay in place.

Once again, the running gag where Kim and Ron try to have a romantic moment, and they are interrupted appears. In this episode, it is Wade who ruins the moment just like he did in Mad Dogs and Aliens and The Cupid Effect.

When Drakken says "Please, refer to them as team players", his voice sounds deeper than it usual does.

When Shego is fighting Ron, the background music is the same as that in So The Dramam when Kim was fighting Shego with her battlesuit.

When Kim wakes up to find it snowing outside, her lip is shaded darker than it usually appears.

This was the first episode in the series where Kim used her wrist Kimunicator instead of her regular Kimmunicator.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Elliott Gould: Mr. Stoppable

Guest stars

Rob Paulsen: Hank Perkins


Stop Team Go
Episode: 12 (season) / 77 (show) / 83 (production order) First Aired: May 5, 2007 Product Code: 413
Writers: Kurt Weldon Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

Electronique, a villain once captured by Team Go, breaks out of prison and seeks to turn the heroes into her evil henchmen with an Attitudinator that changes their brainwaves. However, Electronique zaps Shego as well, not knowing that Shego is already villainous.

Shego, now turned good, joins the faculty at Middleton High, becomes Kim's friend, and starts dating fellow teacher Mr. Barkin. Meanwhile, Shego's now-villainous brothers wreak havoc in Go City under the direction of Electronique, and Dr. Drakken, with Shego no longer around to help him, struggles to open a pickle jar.

Trivia

Hego would appeared to accept his alleged "Quick-service Restaurant Manager of the Year" award in his Team Go outfit. If he were to do this, it would have jeapordized his secret identity.

While Rufus is trying to steal the attitudinator from Electronique, the fight on the ground shows Hego battling Kim and Shego battling Mego. Then Hego gets blasted with the attitudinator, but is suddenly fighting Shego instead of Kim. As Electronique begins to chase Rufus, the scene again goes back to Kim fighting Hego (who is supposed to be good now), and Shego still fighting Mego.

According to Kurt Weldon, one of the writers of this episode, the reason that the characters were shown drinking "Coco Moo" instead of coffee was due to Disney Standards and Practices telling them that they could not show the characters drinking coffee.

When Shego is in the coffee shop with Kim and Ron, she talks about Coco Moo. This beverage was an invention of Drakken while under the influence of the Attitudinator in the episode Bad Boy.

This episode first aired on May 3rd, 2007 in the United Kingdom.

Green Lantern: The image on the "very large bag of what appears to be concrete" is very similar to the symbol on the Green Lantern's uniform.

X-Men: Hego's description of the prison that they put Electronique matches the prison cell in which Magneto was confined in the X-Men movie.

Star Trek: When Hego mentions to Electronique that he has no idea what her weapon is because he is not an electrical guy, it is an allusion to Dr. McCoy from the original Star Trek series. He constantly was saying things like this in that series.

Carlson: When Mr. Barkin told a class that Ms. Carlson was injured, he was alluding to Kim Possible's voice actress, Christy "Carlson" Romano.

The Notebook: When Kim, Ron, and Shego are talking about movies, Shego and Kim plan to see The Memo Pad. This is a reference to the hit 2004 film The Notebook.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Gary Cole: Mr. Possible
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin

Guest stars

April Winchell: Reporter


Cap'n Drakken
Episode: 13 (season) / 78 (show) / 85 (production order) First Aired: May 19, 2007 Product Code: 415
Writers: Kim Duran Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

Kim's class trip to the beach gets a change in destination when Mr. Barkin books them to Ft. Mystic Cove Haven, a historical re-enactment town where all modern technology is taboo.

Dr. Drakken finds a genuine pirate treasure chest, with a genuine pirate ghost inside!

Trivia

In the scene where Kim breaks into Drakken's underwater lab, Kim and Ron's scuba suit isn't attached to their shoes, but in the next scene, they are.

In order to promote its new movie, Pirates of the Carribean: At World's End, Disney chose to air this episode a week before the film's premiere. It is worth noting, however, that the episode was not created with such a purpose in mind. Bob Schooley claims that he simply pitched the idea one day that it would be funny if Drakken got hit with a pirate curse.

Pirates of The Caribbean: While Barkin's dad, Ron, Kim, Monique, and Bonnie are sailing in their ship, the music that is playing is a remake of the theme song of Pirates of the Caribbean.

Pirates of the Caribbean: When the pirate ship appears from the mists of the open sea it is a reminder of the infamous Black Pearl from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition: When Barkin tells the school bus driver to move the bus, he is making a reference to when Ty Pennington tells the RV driver to move the bus when showing the family their house in Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin
Raven-Symone: Monique

Guest stars

Kirsten Storms: Bonnie


Mathter and Fervant
Episode: 14 (season) / 79 (show) / 82 (production order) First Aired: June 17, 2007 Product Code: 412
Writers: Jim Peronto Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

Ron and Kim have to interview their heroes for a school assignment. Kim suggests that Ron interview his father, but Ron doesn't see how an actuary could qualify as a hero.

Instead, Ron and Kim travel to Go City so Ron can interview Hego, one of the local superheroes. During their meeting, the city is attacked by the Mathter, a villain obsessed with mathematics. The Mathter's schemes include erasing Ron from the school's records, from his employment records, and from all other databases that record Ron's existence, and then turning Ron into anti-matter that can destroy anything he touches.

So that what ever he touches explodes so to prevent from exploding things he wears a gigantic bubble. When on their way to stop the Mathter and turn Ron back to normal, Ron's dad comes along to help. Ron's dad stops the Mathter and they turn Ron back to normal. Ron gets an A+ on his report.

Trivia

When Kim and Ron depart from Ron's house for their mission, Ron's father says that he won't stand with someone putting his son in a bubble. The way it is presented makes it sound like he is mad at the Mathter, but in reality Kim's father put him in that bubble.

Rufus was in Ron's pocket when Ron was hit by the anti-matter conversion beam, but after this we see him sitting on the top of Ron's containment bubble, outside it. In reality, he too should have been placed in a containment bubble since he would have the "gift" as well.

This marks the second time this season that Ron has been placed in a containment bubble. The first was when he was placed in a bubble by the Tweebs in the episode Mad Dogs and Aliens.

In the United States, this episode was first aired back-to-back with the American Dragon: Jake Long episode titled Bite Father, Bite Son on Father's Day. This coincides with the fact that both episodes deal with a main character's relationship with their fathers.

This episode first aired on May 2nd, 2007 in the United Kingdom.

Dragonball Z Cell Saga Gohan V Cell: The final fight scene between Ron's dad and the Mathter is similar to the final fight sequence of Dragonball Z Cell Saga Gohan V Cell. Ron encouraging his father to beat the Mather is the same action Goku does at the end to get Gohan to win and save the world yet again.

Power Rangers Turbo: The Mather's weapons, which are based on numbers and math symbols, are like those of the monster "Numbor" from Power Rangers Turbo.

The Bubble Boy: The bubble that Ron is placed into after being struck with the Mathter's ray is a lot like the bubble in the movie The Bubble Boy.

Mathter and Fervent: This is a play on the phrases "master and servant" and "mother and father" only combined with the word "math".

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars

Brian Stepanek: The Mathter


The Mentor Of Our Discontent
Episode: 15 (season) / 80 (show) / 86 (production order) First Aired: June 23, 2007 Product Code: 416
Writers: Henry Gilroy Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

Smarty Mart has added a "stock bot" robot to each of its stores to help with inventory, scaring Mr. Barkin, who fears that robots will take over the world. Martin Smarty, founder of the company, assigns Ron to a new job: being the life coach and role model for Martin's disrespectful, bratty son Artie. Meanwhile, Dr. Drakken is visited by his former cellmate Frugal Lucre, who wants Drakken to become his mentor in villainy.

Although Drakken finds Lucre annoying, they team up to steal a universal remote control which can operate any mechanical device. Their plan is to control an army of the Smarty Mart stock bots. Drakken and Lucre lose the remote control, and Kim, Ron, and Rufus try to get it back to stop the robots from wreaking havoc.

Trivia

This episode was offered as a video on Disney XD on June 16, 2007, a week before its official premiere. The offer was for US viewers only.

At one point in this episode, Shego wears a blonde wig. Interestingly enough, Nicole Sullivan, Shego's voice actor, is a natural blonde.

Spiderman: When Ron says "With great pets, comes great responsibility", this is a play on the famous line spoken by Ben Parker in Spiderman.

Title: The Mentor of Our Discontent. The episode's title is a reference to the phrase "winter of discontent," a common term historically used to describe a winter season in which tragic or controversial events take place (most commonly the British winter of 1978-79, which was riddled with trade union strikes). It is derived from the opening lines of William Shakespeare's Richard III: "Now is the Winter of our Discontent, made glorious summer by this son of York."

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
John DiMaggio: Dr. Drakken
Nicole Sullivan: Shego
Patrick Warburton: Mr. Barkin

Guest stars

Richard Kind: Frugal Lucre
J.K. Simmons: Martin Smarty
Rory Thost: Artie Smarty


Oh No! Yono!
Episode: 16 (season) / 81 (show) / 87 (production order) First Aired: July 1, 2007 Product Code: 417
Writers: Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

Kim and Ron begin to suspect that there's something unusual about Ron's adopted baby sister, Hana. Meanwhile, Monkey Fist enlists the aid of an evil entity known as The Yono to hunt down the Yamanuchi School's secret weapon, "The Han."

Trivia

When Monkey Fist agrees to follow "the dark path of the Yono", the Yono symbol appears on the back of his left hand. When he vanishes near the end of the episode, the Yono symbol appears on the back of his right hand.

Sensi uses the same line (this is my way of telling you) that Ron's parents used on him in the TV Movie A Sitch In Time and the episode Big Bother.

In this episode, the running gag this season where someone interrupts Kim and Ron kissing continues on. We finally get to see them kiss, but it was brief due to Hana jumping between them.

In this episode, Ron says to his parents that not saying anything was his way of telling them about Hana's secrets. This is Ron's way to get back at them for using that line on him in the episodes Big Bother and the TV movie A Sitch in Time.

The weapon Monkey Fist continues trying to find in this episode is a continuation from his searches in the episode Big Bother.

This episode aired on January 18th, 2008 on Disney Channel Australia.

Grey DeLisle voices Azula, and Clancy Brown voices Long Feng on Avatar: The Last Airbender. In that series, the episode Crossroads of Destiny is similar to this episode. Just like Yono the Destroyer admitted defeat and bowed down to Hana in this episode, Long Feng admitted defeat and bowed down to Azula in the episode of Avatar.

This episode first premiered on the Disney on Demand service on Disney's website several weeks before it premiered on television.

The Wiggles: The show that Ron and Hana are seen watching in this episode, the Flippies, is based on the popular children's show, the Wiggles.

Episode Title: Oh No! Yono! The title of this episode is a take-off of the John Lennon song titled Oh Yoko!

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Grey DeLisle: Hana Stoppable
Tom Kane: Monkey Fist
Andrea Martin: Mrs. Stoppable
Elliott Gould: Mr. Stoppable

Guest stars

Tom Kane: Monkey Fist
George Takei: Sensei
Keiko Agena: Yori
Clancy Brown: Yono the Destroyer
Frank Welker: Ninja Monkeys


Clean Slate
Episode: 17 (season) / 82 (show) / 88 (production order) First Aired: July 28, 2007 Product Code: 418
Writers: Mark Palmer Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

The episode opens with Drakken and Shego haven stolen nanotronium, the smallest, most powerful energy source in the world. Drakken's glory is cut short when Kim swings onto the hovercar and snatches the nanotronium away. Ron, meanwhile, is tangled in his grapple line. Shego fights Kim to get the mini energy source back. In the fight, Kim and Shego hit the hovercar's steering levers, causing it's speed to increase. Ron manages to climb aboard and pick up the nanotronium. Rufus then hits the steering levers to cause the hovercar to spin. Kim and Ron jump off while Drakken and Shego continue their dizzying ride. Ron feels proud of himself until he notices he lost his pants again.

At the mall, Kim tells Monique it isn't a big thing that she and Ron have been dating for six months, but Monique (who call it a half-iversary) thinks different. Kim does have a gift for Ron thought- a belt made by Wade and reinforced with flexible titanium so that Ron's pants would no longer be an issue. Ron arrives and the two are about to go to Kim's mother's hospital to cheer up the kids there. Before leaving, Kim gives Ron the belt. Ron says he doesn't need it, but reconsiders after a passing cart rips away his pants.

Shego comes into the lair to discover Drakken still in his pajamas, looking for a piece of paper on which he wrote a 'foolproof' plan that came to him in his sleep. Drakken can't find the paper and is unable to remember what he was dreaming. On the t.v, a scientist unveils his invention- the M.R.M or Memory Recovery Machine, which can restore anyone's lost memories. Drakken decides to steal the device for himself to remember his plan. To Shego's dismay, he starts using cards to keep track of his ideas.

At the hospital, the kids are happy to see Kim, Ron, and especially Rufus. Meanwhile, Drakken and Shego break into a nearby lab and grab the M.R.M, but before they can leave, they are discovered by the inventor. Rufus is showing off for the kids when they hear an explosion caused by Shego. While Kim fights Shego, Ron tries to grab the M.R.M away from Drakken, but they drop it and the power cell falls out. Drakken then shoves the power cell in backwards. Kim grabs the M.R.M away from Drakken just as it explodes. Drakken and Shego escape while Ron asks Kim if is okay, only she doesn't know her own name. With the power cell in backwards, the M.R.M has given Kim complete amnesia.

At the Possible house, Kim's parents plan to restore Kim's memories while her brothers take advantage of her loss of memory by dressing her funny, much to her parents displeasure. Kim's father shows her a video containing compressed version of Kim's life as well as clips from Kim's least favorite show, Captain Constellation.

With Kim's memories of crimefighting gone, Shego takes advantage of the situation and begins a series of heist. She returns to the lair to discover Drakken sleeping. Slamming the door, Shego wakes Drakken up. Drakken has recalled the plan from his dream and has written what he remembers down on a card. Shego finds the information on the card baffling: sandwiches, trains, mind-control, and green men.

Ron arrives at the Possible house the next morning to pick up Kim, who has recovered most of her basic memory. To Ron's dismay, Kim doesn't remember they are dating. Ron tries to prove to Kim he's her boyfriend by giving her a bouquet of flowers, but she mistakens it for a salad.

At school, Ron gives Kim a tour of the school and the run into Monique. Ron tells Monique Kim's making progress, but she still doesn't recall relationships she has. To Ron's surprise (and displeasure), Kim instant remembers meeting Monique.

Shego comes back to the lair from her latest heist and finds Drakken in his lab, concentrating his leftover brainwashing shampoo into a mind-control serum for the final phase of his plan. Despite Drakken saying the plan is foolproof, Shego thinks it's anything but.

Ron takes Kim to Bueno Nacho, where she recalls everything there. Ron is upset that is Kim remembering everything except the fact that they are dating. Ron shows Kim a photo of them on their first date (at the prom). Kim then recalls when Ron called her about his dream where they where at the dance and Kim melted. She then believes that Ron was dreaming that they were dating. Ron attempts to correct Kim when her watch starts beeping. When Kim asks why it was doing that, Ron reintroduces her to Wade, who tells them about Shego's crime spree. Kim suggests they call the proper authorities, but Ron grabs her wrist and explains about Kim's crimefighting on their way.

Kim and Ron arrive at the store Shego just robbed. Despite her remembering Shego, Kim doesn't recall how to fight her, so when Shego attacks, Ron intervenes. While Ron dodges Shego's attacks, Kim signs an autograph for one of her fans.

Back at school, Wade has Kim participate in cheer practice to help her remember her fighting skills. Ron tells Kim to ignore Bonnie's remarks and she'll be find. Kim does pretty sloppy at first, causing Bonnie to comment that she knew this would happen when she started dating "Nacoboy". Ron claims that he is Nacoboy, but Kim remembers what Ron told her and ignores Bonnie, frustrating Ron. Determined to show Bonnie, Kim recalls her cheerleading skills and does the routine perfectly.

In the mountains, Drakken and Shego are watching a passing train. Thanks to an emergency caused by Drakken, everyone on board jumps out. On the train, they discover thousands of sandwiches for hungry soldiers. Drakken plans to add his mind-control serum to the sandwiches, allowing him to control the entire military. Before Drakken can add the serum, Kim and Ron appear. Kim recalls everything except one little detail Ron has tried everything to restore. Due to Drakken's foolishness, the train will explode. Shego abandons Drakken. Kim tells Ron to fix the engine while she deals with Drakken. Drakken changes his plan, insteading of using it on the sandwiches, he'll use it on Kim.

In the engine room, Ron and Rufus try effortlessly to fix the bypass, but no luck. On top of the train, Kim takes the mind-control serum from Drakken and ducks as the train goes into a tunnel, causing Drakken to fall off. Kim heads into the engine room to shutdown the engine, but is blocked when the steam vent busts. Kim tells Ron to close the vent. Ron throws his new belt over the pipe. The flexible titanium allows him to squeeze the vent shut. With her way clear, Kim is able to shutdown the train. Without his belt, Ron's pants instantly fall off. Seeing this, Kim recalls all the times that Ron has lost his pants. Strangely, this allows her to recall her final missing memory- she loves Ron Stoppable. As his girlfriend hugs him. Ron says "Now THIS is a memory". Elsewhere, Shego is hunched over Drakken with a card of her own: "Dr. D fails".

Ending Credits: Kim and Ron are watching Captain Constellation while Kim wonders why she knows every episode, yet she hates the show, not knowing her father had her watch three compressed seasons while her memory was returning.

Trivia

The clips of Ron losing his pants came from the episodes Crush, Grudge Match, Exchange, Bonding, Hidden Talent, Grande Size Me, Sick Day, Dimension Twist, Emotion Sickness, and Monkey Fist Strikes.

In one shot when Drakken is looking around a corner in the hospital, you can see one of his eyes is completely black, while the other one the normal color.

In the pic that Ron shows Kim at Bueno Nacho to help her remember that they are dating, Kim is wearing earrings and her dress isn't destroyed at the bottom like it was in the movie So the Drama, and the episode Ill Suited.

When Kim mentions Ron calling her about a dream he had, she is referencing the very first events in the episode Ill-Suited.

Two of the flashbacks in which Kim remembered Ron losing his pants originated from the episode Exchange. Kim, however, was never there, so she couldn't have remembered those incidents.

This is fourth time Drakken attempts to take control of Kim. The other three times occured in The Twin Factor, Kimitation Nation, and Emotion Sickness.

This episode features the second of two "Make a Wish" children that were featured in season four episodes. Caitlin played the part of a little girl who asked for Kim Possible's autograph. The first child was in Grande Size Me.

This episode marks six months since the Junior Prom, and Kim and Ron's first date.

This episode first aired in New Zealand on July 4th, 2007.

Bionic Six: The cartoon Bionic Six had a two-parter episode also called Clean Slate.

Dancing with the Stars: When Shego mentions the show Ballroom with B Actors, she is making a parody of the real-life show Dancing with the Stars.

Episode Title: Clean Slate The title of this episode is the same name of a 1994 film staring Dana Carvey where each morning he loses his memory.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars


Homecoming Upset
Episode: 18 (season) / 83 (show) / 89 (production order) First Aired: August 11, 2007 Product Code: 419
Writers: Micheal A. Newton Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

When the Homecoming dance comes to Middleton High, things begin getting edgy when Bonnie ends up as Homecoming Queen and Ron as Homecoming King. Kim must now figure out what happened while getting to the bottom of a kidnapped scientist.

Trivia

Kim should have figured out that it was Junior who had Rotiffle when she saw the man she encountered at his house. The man was dressed exactly the same as the henchmen Junior began using in the episode And the Molerat will be CGI.

The restaurant that Ron and Bonnie appear at for its "grand reopening" is the same restaurant destroyed in Car Alarm earlier in the season.

For one shot while she and Wade are researching Dr. Rotiffle's second disappearance, Kim is wearing her old mission clothes. While her whole body cannot be seen, you can tell that she is wearing a black shirt instead of her new purple one.

When Ron is on Coco Banana's plane on his way to Venice, he is in his mission clothes. However, when they arrive in Venice, he is wearing his usual clothes. Later, when he is in the boat, he has returned to his mission outfit.

We learn that Kim is seventeen years old when she says she had to wait twelve years to get a kiss from Ron.

This episode originally aired on Friday, January 4th, 2008 on Disney Channel Australia.

This episode first aired on July 3rd, 2007 in New Zealand.

From Russia with Love: As Kim and company are chasing Junior through the canals of Venice, Junior plows into a dock loaded with barrels. He then looks back over his shoulder and blows them up with a flare gun to try to slow Kim up. In From Russia With Love, James Bond does the same exact thing while trying to escape to Venice.

Dr. Rotiffle: Dr. Rotiffle's name is a reference to his hobby as a blogger. If you sound out his last name, it is the phonetic spelling and pronunciation of the popular acronym "ROTFL", which is internet slang for "rolling on the floor, laughing".

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable
Tahj Mowry: Wade
Nancy Cartwright: Rufus
Spencer Fox: Jim and Tim Possible
Raven-Symone: Monique
Brian Posehn - DUPLICATE GUIDE: Cousin Larry
Nestor Carbonell: Señor Senior, Jr.
Kirsten Storms: Bonnie
Brian George: Duff Killigan

Guest stars

Donald Faison: Ricky Rotiffle
Phill Lewis: Coco Banana


Chasing Rufus
Episode: 19 (season) / 84 (show) / 84 (production order) First Aired: August 12, 2007 Product Code: 414a
Writers: Kim Duran Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Chasing Rufus; After both Ron Stoppable and shallow Camille Leon leave their beloved pets behind during a fight, Rufus and Debutante go on an adventure, playing a little game of cat and mouse, transversing continents, and finding new friends, all to find their respected owners.

Trivia

The suit Ron wears at the beginning of this episode to go to the party is the same one he wore to the prom in So the Drama.

This episode first aired on July 4th, 2007 in New Zealand

This episode is a half episode (11 minutes), and airs with Nursery Crimes.

Pinoccio: The part where Rufus and Debutante are shot from the whale's blowhole is similar to the events in the movie Pinoccio.

Episode Title: Chasing Rufus. The title of this episode is a play on the movie Chasing Amy.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars


Nursery Crimes
Episode: 19 (season) / 84 (show) / 84 (production order) First Aired: August 12, 2007 Product Code: 414b
Writers: Charlotte Fullerton and Kurt Weldon Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

Nursery Crimes; When the mysterious and creepy Nanny Nane begins reverting people into super babies and using them in a world-wide robbing spree, Kim must use her natural baby-sitting skills to save the day.

Trivia

Even though we have heard a lot about Kim doing babysitting, this is actually the first time we have seen her doing it.

This episode first aired on July 4th, 2007 in New Zealand.

This episode is a half episode (11 minutes), and airs with Chasing Rufus.

The Secret Show: This episode shares a similar plot with the episode Commando Babies from The Secret Show. Some simularities are that babies were used as henchmen in the dirty work in that show, the nanny also had a personal agenda, and the male hero was also changed from his normal age to the age of a baby.

Title: Nursery Crimes. This is a refrence to nursery rhymes, and it was also the title of an episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars

Jane Carr (II): Nanny Nane


Larry's Birthday
Episode: 20 (season) / 85 (show) / 90 (production order) First Aired: September 1, 2007 Product Code: 420
Writers: Kurt Weldon Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd.

Episode summary

Obsessed with his inability to steal Kim's indestructible battle suit, Professor Dementor sends his henchmen to kidnap "that boy who hangs out with Kim Possible but doesn't look like he belongs with her." But instead of Ron, they end up with Kim's nerdy Cousin Larry, who she reluctantly agrees to distract while the rest of the Possible family prepares a surprise birthday party for him.

To make matters worse, Larry is convinced that his kidnapping is a role playing game, and is oblivious to the dangers that he's faces... or could cause, while under Dementor's custody.

Trivia

This episode shows only the second villain to use a timeshare lair. The only other villain to use one throughout the entire series was Dr. Drakken.

Although they appear in this one, Dr. Drakken and Shego both are not actual villains for this episode. Their only appearance was during the end credits as they commented on Dementor's defeat.

This episode adds another person to the list who have used Kim's battlesuit. Now, Kim, Ron, Dr. Dementor, and Larry have all worn the battlesuit.

Green Lantern: While in the comic book store, Charlotte talks about a comic called the Green Llama. This is really a parody on the DC comic series and character called Green Lantern.

Jaws: When Ron says the line "We're gonna need a bigger boat", he is making a reference to the hit thriller movie from decades ago titled Jaws.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars


Graduation, Part One
Episode: 21 (season) / 86 (show) / 91 (production order) First Aired: September 7, 2007 Product Code: 421
Writers: Thomas Hart and Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Starburst Animation.

Episode summary

This episode starts off with Kim and Ron on their way to spoil another one of Drakken's plots. This time, Drakken is located somewhere in some snowy mountains. Ron is excited for graduation- mainly; because there's no way that he can lose his pants while wearing a gown. Meanwhile, Drakken is busy preparing his latest world domination plot: killer plants. Apparently, he will be able to control the world by commanding an army of mutant plants. He has a backpack thing full of green goo which he can use to shoot out mutant plants. Just then, Kim and Ron arrive. Drakken tests out his new device, shooting out a bunch of green goo... which blossoms into a pretty tree full of flowers. Nothing evil about it. Frustrated, Drakken commands Shego to "do what you do!" as he reconfigures his backpack. Shego and Kim proceed to fight. Drakken finally fixes his backpack- only to find that Rufus has tied the hose part of the backpack up, rendering it useless. Kim then crashes into Drakken, sending him into one of the huge towers of green goo behind him. It all spills out, leaving Drakken's lair bursting with flowers. The goo also mutates Drakken... growing pretty, large petals out of his neck. Not that frightening. Kim and Ron escape amidst all of the confusion and head back to Middleton.

Later, Ron is working at Smarty Mart. Seeing Barkin, he starts bragging about how perfect his life currently is. He's the star of the football team; he's dating the most popular girl in school, and he's about to graduate. Barkin then remarks that as a senior, he used to be just like Ron- but after graduation, his life went downhill. He warns Ron that nothing can last forever and that after graduation Ron's life will also head to downhill. Slightly upset, Ron then heads over to Kim's house. There, he finds her sifting through a mountain of college acceptance letters. While Kim has been getting them for weeks, Ron hasn't even gotten one letter yet. This, combined with what Barkin said earlier, freaks Ron out and he leaves.

Dr. Possible (Kim's dad) is golfing with his friends and brother at the Middleton Country Club. While there, he sees what he assumes to be vandalism on one part of the lawn. The camera then zooms out, and it is revealed that a large, mysterious insignia has been burned into the turf.

When Dr. Possible heads home, he and Kim discover that the strange insignia has been burned into golf courses worldwide (via the news). Concluding that golf courses must equal Duff Killigan, Kim grabs Ron and heads out to Killigan's lair. There, they discover that Duff is not the one behind the symbols- in fact; one has been burned into Duff's very own lawn. Strangely, Wade can't seem to get a good signal to talk to Kim. Since he can't arrange a ride, he sends Kim and Ron back to Middleton via plane. At the airport, Kim notices that her graduation has made the cover of a magazine. Ron's face is halfway in the picture on the magazine- causing him to remark that he's already being pushed out of the picture.

Back at school, Kim and Ron talk with Monique about their excitement for graduation. Or at least, Kim talks- Ron is quiet. It's almost the end of the day, and Barkin has been called in to supervise the seniors' last hour of high school. Felix, who is the valedictorian, asks Kim to say a few words at graduation. She agrees. During the period, the lights start to flicker. However, Barkin dismisses it as a lame attempt at a senior prank. The last few seconds of school begin to count down... but just as the clock reaches the 12, the power goes out! Barkin then gives his own rendition of a school bell, and the students rush out, finally free from high school.

After school, Kim and Ron head to Bueno Nacho for some food. There, Ron finally loses it and confides his fears to Kim. She reassures him that graduation is not "the end of the world," but Ron isn't completely convinced. Kim then heads home, and she confides to her mother that she too is scared about graduation. Her mom in turn reassures her. Outside, Jim and Tim successfully launch a rocket satellite they have built. They plan to use it to spy on Kim during her dates.

It turns out that Kim's Nana had flown in for the occasion. Kim's whole family is there to see her out of high school. She goes upstairs to change into her graduation robe. Through a cute montage, we also see Ron getting ready for graduation. After Kim is fully dressed- with her hair looking amazing, by the way- she and her family head off to graduation. A few seconds after their car pulls out... an alien space ship crashes down onto their house, destroying it!

Ron is fighting his jitters in the bathroom at school right before graduation. Sensei appears to him, telling him that his greatest challenge will soon come. Unfortunately, Ron doesn't understand the warning and heads off to join Kim for graduation.

Kim and Ron meet up. Kim tells Ron that she has a confession to make. But before she can, she and Ron are separated as the seniors sit in alphabetical order.

Back in Drakken's lair, Drakken is trying furiously to rid himself of his mutant petals. Every time he pulls one out, though, they pop back up. Suddenly, an alien space ship crashes down into the lair. A beam of light shoots out, and Drakken is lifted up, up, up...

At graduation, Kim is trying to tell Ron something, but he can't hear her. She is then called up by Felix to speak at the podium. But just as she begins, a ray of light shoots down from the sky at her. Just like Drakken, she is lifted up. Ron reaches up to try and grab onto her, and he does- but he slips and tumbles to the ground.

Kim finds herself inside of an alien spaceship, held captive with Drakken. It turns out Warmonga and her friend, Warhawk, have kidnapped them. She kidnapped Drakken for deceiving her and Kim for defeating her. She and Warhawk plan to get revenge by taking control of Earth, Kim and Drakken's home planet.

Trivia

At the school, Barkin tells Ron, "The center cannot hold." In Ron's memory, Barkin's words are "The center will not hold."

When Ron was feeding and watering the animals at Smarty-Mart, he was whistling the theme to the Naked Mole Rap.

Kim and Ron kiss twice in this episode. The first time was at Bueno Nacho in this part, and the second time was at the end of the second part when they were flying away in Kim's car.

The running gag where someone interrupts Kim and Ron kissing is finally broken in this episode. They did kiss in the episode Oh No! Yono!, but it was brief due to Hana jumping between them.

In this episode, we finally find out what Mrs. Dr. Possible's name is. Her husband's brother, Slim, calls her by the name "Annie". This also explains where Kim got her middle name.

This episode aired on Toon Disney's Most Impossible Kim Possible Marathon on April 12th, 2008.

The final two episodes of season four aired on Disney Channel Australia on February 1st, 2008 as a part of a Kim Possible double episode special.

This episode's premiere was ecliped by a 54-hour megathon on Disney Channel in which every single episode and movie in the series was shown.

Sesame Street: When the classroom clock breaks down seconds before school is dismissed, Mr. Barkin imitates the bell's ring. The sound and even the triangular shape of his mouth resemble the two aliens in Sesame Street when they discover their first telephone and try to communicate with (not through) it.

The Second Coming: Barkin: The centre cannot hold. This line by Barkin is a direct quote from the W.B. Yeats' poem "The Second Coming."

People: The magazine featured in this episode is called Humans, which is a reference to the very popular real-life magazine People.

Spaceballs: Barkin: Soon the now will be the past, and the future, the new now. This is a reference to Spaceballs, with the "When will it be then?" gag when they search for themselves in Spaceballs: The Movie.

Resident Evil 2: Drakken's mutation is a direct pass at the Resident Evil 2 game, with William Birkin's mutation into the Tyrant when dropping the G-virus sample.

Gilligan's Island: When Kim and Ron are making their move on Duff Killigan's headquarters, over the communicator, Wade calls it Killigan's Island. This is a play on the name of the very popular TV series Gilligan's Island.

Payback's the Bitch: When Kim utters the line "Payback's the sitch" as the last words before episode ends, she is making a reference to the popular phrase "Payback's a bitch".

Braveheart: Duff: Don't go all William Wallace on me! William Wallace, aka "Braveheart" was a Scottish patriot who led the resistance during the Wars of Scottish Independence.

Star Wars: Sensi appears to Ron similar to how Obi-Wan Kenobi appears to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.

Introduces:

Cast

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

Guest stars

Kirsten Johnson: Warmonga
George Takei: Sensei
Brian George: Duff Killigan, Professor Ramesh
Jason Marsden: Felix Renton
April Winchell: Reporter
Gedde Watanabe: Professor Bob Chen
Debbie Reynolds: Nana Possible
Kevin Michael Richardson: Slim Possible
Ron Perlman: Warhok


Graduation, Part Two
Episode: 22 (season) / 87 (show) / 92 (production order) First Aired: September 7, 2007 Product Code: 422
Writers: Thomas Hart and Brian Swenlin Director: Steve Loter Animation Production by Rough Draft Korea Co., ltd.

Episode summary

Everyone (sans Kim, of course) has gathered in the high school auditorium to regroup. Barkin is crying hysterically, prompting Nana to banish him to the nurse's room. Meanwhile, Ron, Dr. Possible, and Wade are trying to figure out what is happening. The entire world has been taken over by Warmonga and Warhok. They took out the world's electricity, and then proceeded to attack with tripod-like robots that are indestructible. Ron and Dr. Possible rush off to find a rocket to rescue Kim with.

When Ron and Dr. P reach the rocket place where Dr. P works, they are confronted with Shego. Shego joins the two as they race inside, using a generator to power the place. When Dr. P informs Shego that he and Ron will be flying the rocket while she stays behind, Shego objects and steals Dr. P's space suit, leaving him in his boxers. Shego and Ron then jet off in the rocket.

As Shego and Ron approach Warmonga's ship in space, they don't know how to get inside. Luckily, Ron figures out how they can enter through the garbage shoot. Inside the ship, Kim and Drakken are left alone and imprisoned. Drakken discovers that his mutation can sprout tendrils which obey his commands. Drakken then uses the tendrils to help him and Kim escape. Drakken and Kim run out and meet up with Shego and Ron.

The four run down to the ship's noisy control center. Nobody can figure out how to shut down the ship, until Ron points out the obvious: an off switch. They turn the switch of, and the ship begins to plummet. Realizing what has happened; Warmonga and Warhok run over to the four and proceed to fight them. During the fight, Warmonga makes the mistake that Shego and Drakken a couple- a claim which Shego furiously disputes. A little too furiously. Warmonga then wonders why Shego felt so threatened by Warmonga the first time the alien appeared, and why she jetted into space this time to save him. Before Shego can object again, Ron uses his space suit to blast off and flies off, carrying Drakken. Shego does the same with Kim. Warmonga and Warhawk follow on their own gliders. Everyone escapes the ship just as it explodes in Earth's atmosphere, and they fight in midair as they glide to the ground. After landing, Drakken and Shego run off and Kim and Ron are left to fight.

And so a long fight goes on. Just as the good guys appear to be losing, Drakken and Shego return. They had gone back to Drakken's lair, where they grabbed the rest of Drakken's plant goo. Using the goo, Drakken commands his plants to destroy all the alien tripods and capture Warmonga and Warhawk. While the plants do destroy the tripods, they are not strong enough to hold the aliens and Warhok captures Kim. Just then, Sensei appears to Ron. Sensei tells him that Ron is a mystical monkey master and that he should use his powers to save Kim. Ron does just that, glowing blue and fighting off both aliens, flinging Warmonga and Warhawk into space, where they collide with something and explode. Everyone is left safe.

Graduation finally commences. As Bonnie goes to get her diploma, Barkin reveals that since she skipped the last week of classes, she failed a pop test and was short one credit. She can't graduate and is forced to go to summer school! Luckily, her boyfriend Junior is there to help her. Ron and Kim both graduate smoothly- except for Ron ditching the traditional robes and instead wearing his space suit. Kim tells Ron that the confession she had been talking about earlier was that she too was scared for the future. Ron finally comes to accept that he and Kim will face the future together.

The following things all happen in an ending montage: After graduation, Kim and Ron head off to a beach party. Everyone is having fun- except Bonnie, who is studying for summer school. Drakken turns to good and is seen speaking in front of an audience, telling them his ideas. After the speech, his plant tendrils reach out and hug Shego romantically. And... Roll credits.

During the credits, we see a cafe where all of Kim Possible's former foes are sitting. Drakken is talking to Professor Dementor, who comments how ironic it is that Drakken was horrible at being evil, but great at being good. Dementor then asks about why Drakken is blue. We hear Drakken say how "it was a Tuesday" before he is cut off by the show ending. Guess that's one mystery that will go unsolved.

Trivia

When Bonnie goes up to get her diploma, she pushes Ron Reeger out of the way. This means that she almost grabbed Reeger's diploma, instead of her diploma, before Mr. Barkin told her that she had to go to Summer School.

In the end credits, George Takei, who is the voice of Sensei, has his last name spelled incorrectly as "Takaii".

Shego and Drakken becoming more then just business partners is alluded in this episode when Drakken's flower wraps them together in the end.

Since Kim has a gold scarf on for her graduation, this signals that she is one of the few kids in her class with the highest overall grades.

At the end of the episode, when Kim and Ron finally graduate, Kim goes to hug her parents for a second time. Before the scene, she is in her very beat up graduation uniform. During and after it, she is in a brand new uniform.

When he is in full control of the mystical monkey powers, Ron is shown to be stronger then both Kim and Shego. This is evident in the episode Mad Dogs and Aliens where Kim and Shego each had trouble defeating Warmonga.

Technically, Kim did not save the world this time. Drakken came up with the plan to defeat the aliens, and Ron used his new-found fighting abilites.

The coffee shop where all the villains were talking in the closing tag is the same shop where Kim, Ron, and Shego were at in the episode Stop Team Go.

In this episode, the three main buildings featured thoughout the series in Middleton (Kim's house, Middleton High, and Bueno Nacho) are all destroyed by the invasion.

This episode aired on Toon Disney's Most Impossible Kim Possible Marathon on April 12th, 2008.

The final two episodes of season four aired on Disney Channel Australia on February 1st, 2008 as a part of a Kim Possible double episode special.

This episode's premiere was ecliped by a 54-hour megathon on Disney Channel in which every single episode and movie in the series was shown.

Dragonball Z: During the fight sequence where Ron sees Kim in danger and his power explodes into a rage, this is similar to Gohan in Dragonball Z Cell Saga where Cell destroys one of the androids. His power exploded out in rage to become a Super Sayian 2.

Mr. Dr. P.: When Kim's dad mentions FanFics, he is refering to one of the authors registered at FanFiction.net going by the username of Mr. Dr. P.. This user also had the privilege of dining with the series' writers and director.

Star Wars: Shego and Ron using the garbage chute as a cover to enter the alien ship is a reference to Han Solo using it to escape from a Star Destroyer with the Millenium Falcon in Star Wars.

War of the Worlds: The alien invasion machines that destroyed the majority of Middleton look similar to those in the recent film adaptation of War of the Worlds. The only difference is that the ones in that movie only have three legs, while the ones here have four legs.

Grease: At the end of the episode, when Kim and Ron leave the beach by flying into the sky with Kim's car, is a direct reference to the ending of Grease, where the two main characters do the same thing, only there is no logical explanation for the reason why their car takes flight in that show.

Mark Twain: Warhok: Denial, it's not just a river on the planet we call...This is part of a quote said by Mark Twain: "Denial, it's not just a river in Egypt".

Introduces:

Cast

Christy Carlson Romano: Kim Possible
Will Friedle: Ron Stoppable

Guest stars

Kirsten Johnson: Warmonga
Ron Perlman: Warhok



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