Oh No! Yono!

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (2)

  • Kim: Umm, where's Monkey Fist? (They notice he has been turned to stone) Ron: Path of the Yono, path of the Yono.

  • Ron: (About Monkey Fist)Why is the monkeyman talking about my baby sister?

Notes (3)

  • 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.

Trivia (5)

  • 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.

Allusions (2)

  • 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!