Kim Possible

Big Bother

Season 4, Ep 9, Aired 4/7/07
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  • Episode Description
  • Ron comes home to unexpectedly find his new adopted baby sister named Hana Stoppable in his room. At the same time, he has to take care of a sack of flour for health class. Meanwhile, Kim and Ron team up with Yori to stop Monkey Fist yet again.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Andrea Martin

    Mrs. Stoppable

  • Elliott Gould

    Mr. Stoppable

  • Christy Carlson Romano

    Kim Possible

  • Nancy Cartwright

    Rufus

  • Tahj Mowry

    Wade

  • Fan Reviews (9)
  • One of the best episodes

    By Gryphon-Guide, May 08, 2014

  • Ron gets a baby sister, whilst Monkey Fist is looking for a powerful weapon

    By Llama_guy, Jul 08, 2007

  • How can you not like this episode and little Hana?

    By Antiyonder, Jun 06, 2007

  • Flower sacks galore and monkey mayhem. Need I say more?

    By Riyega, May 28, 2007

  • Ron has a new health class assignment: to care for a sack of flour. . Also, Ron gets his new adopted baby sister, Hana. They team up with yori to stop monkey fist, and Ron must tell Yori that Kim and Ron are dating.

    By campturkgal, May 09, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (41)

    • (Ron is swinging Hana back and forth on a swingset) Ron: Babies are just so cool! They just...change your life. (Ron notices the same girl in his health class next to him with a flour baby) Geeky Girl: Yeah, that's for sure. Isn't that so? Who loves his mommy? Who loves his mommy? (Ron and Hana look at her oddly) Ron: (to Hana) Let's go over to the slide now...

    • Mr. Stoppable: We just want to thank you and the adoption agency for helping us find Hana. Mrs. Stoppable: She's already brought such joy to our lives. Mr. Stoppable: And Ronald has really taken to her. Mrs. Stoppable: He's turned out to be a fanastic big brother. Sensei: I was sure young Stoppable-sun would rise to the occasion. He has much to teach her, and she has much to show him as well...much to show the world.

    • Tim: Trouble with the flour-child? Ron: Keep it down, okay! Jim: We heard you bought up all the flour at Smarty Mart. Ron: Shh! Sacky MCMXXXIIII and I are just fine! (Ron walks over to Barkin to hand in his sack of flour) Ron: Well, Mr. Barkin, the week's up, and here's sacky...safe and sound. (Barkin further inspects it) Barkin: F-! Ron: What?! But she's in perfect shape! Barkin: She's sugar! (The class breaks out in laughter)

    • (Ron hands Yori the scroll) Yori: The scroll will be returned to the Yamanuchi School. Its secrets will remain safe. Ron: I guess you'll want the keys back too. Yori: No, the shrines have been compromised, and I cannot think of a safer place to keep them than with Stoppable-san. Ron: Responsibility...it's my bag. (Ron trips and squishes the flour sack) Ron: Ohh, some things are just not meant to be!

    • (Monkey Fist has been defeated and Kim and Yori walk out of the red shrine) Kim: Wow, Ron, nice babysitting. Ron: Nobody talks trash to my little sister! Kim: Nobody? Ron: Huh, yeah, well, umm, maybe I've been a little, umm...I'm sorry about that, Hana. Kim: Her real name? No more little intruder? Ron: (in a baby voice) Intruder? Who would ever consider you an intruder?

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    Notes (3)

    • 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.

    Trivia (15)

    • During the battle in the first shrine, two KP title references were made in this episode. Ron told Yori there was nothing wrong with showing a little Emotion Sickness when she stated she had no qualm with the fact that Kim and Ron were dating, and Monkey Fist said So The Drama in response to the whole situation.

    • 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.

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    Allusions (5)

    • Danny Phantom: The plot in this episode is similar to the one of Life Lessons, an episode in the first season of Danny Phantom. In that episode, Danny and Valerie, being paired up for a flour sack project, had to prevent Skulker from destroying the sack. In this episode Ron, has to make sure Monkey Fist doesn't ruin his sack of flour. In both instances, they were taking care of flour sacks for a school assignment.

    • 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.

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