Cory in the House

Season 1 Episode 19

The Kung Fu Kats Kid

Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Aug 04, 2007 on Disney Channel
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The Kung Fu Kats Kid
Cory decides to blow off a play date with Sophie to go to the Liberry with Newt and Meena to mingle. Before he goes, Sophie sees him dancing to the Kung Fu Kats theme song and saves it to her computer. When she finds him at the Liberry, she sends the video to him as blackmail, saying that unless he can hang out with the big kids, she will send the video to everyone. Sophie then gets rid of the three new friends they made, and makes them do stuff against there will, so Cory, Newt, and Meena decide to make Sophie hate being with the big kids.moreless

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  • Okay...

    Sophie catches Cory singing and dancing to the Kung Fu Kats show in his underwear. She gets him on tape. When Cory ditches his play date with Sophie, she gets angry and uses the video as blackmail. Cory must then succumb to Sophie as he doesn't want anyone seeing the video.

    This episode was okay. I don't remember much past the summary. I would be so embarassed if I was Cory. Then again, I wouldn't dance to a theme song for little kids. I also hate Sophie. I give this episode gets a 7.5 out of 10 from me.moreless
  • great episode

    Cory promised Sophie that they will play with her dolls. But something comes up, Cory gets invited to a party with kids his age. He cancels his meeting with Sophie, it just happens that she gets a recording of him dancing to the tune of the Kung Ku Kats show. Sophie goes to the party and blackmails Cory with the video of him dancing. Cory goes back to the white house to spend time with Sophie, he tricks her into thinking that hanging out with big kids is not cool, this back fires on him. It's a really hilarious episode, the writers came up with another great episode. I was laughing throughout this show.moreless

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