Kim Possible

Season 2 Episode 7

Adventures in Rufus-Sitting

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Aired Daily 1:30 AM Aug 22, 2003 on Disney Channel
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Adventures in Rufus-Sitting
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Kim's canon of villainous foes go hunting for Naked Mole Rat when Rufus becomes the carrier of a much-coveted micro-decoder … all while Kim is pet-sitting for Ron.

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  • Kim's canon of villainous foes go hunting for Naked Mole Rat when Rufus becomes the carrier of a much-coveted micro-decoder … all while Kim is pet-sitting for Ron.

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    Kim agrees to molerat-sit Rufus while Ron is in France. A series of events lead him ( Rufus ) to become the target of Shego, Killigan, and Monkey Fist when he swallows the chip they were after. Kim has to travel all over the world to get Rufus so that the villains won't get the chip which she succeeds. Ron knows nothing of what had happened while he was away in France. In this episode Shego is shown working alone wich means that she wasn't working with Dr. Drakken. My favorite part of this episode is when Kim travels all over the world and when Kim is battling Shego, Killigan, and Monkey Fist in France on the Eiffel Tower where at the same time Ron was. My also favorite part of this episode is when Kim sings rock a by baby.moreless
  • This was a good episode, but I saw some parts where it could of done better.

    8.3
    It starts out when Kim and Ron are on a mission. While on the mission, Ron is telling Kim what to do with Rufus when he is in Paris with his parents. Kim agrees to it, But while taking care of Rufus, Monkey Fist, Duff Killagain, and Shego are after him because Rufus accidently ate a micro chip. Anytime that Kim has Rufus, the villains are after them, then again each other. When Kim finally sees that Rufus is in terrible danger, she gets the villains trapped in the elevator with a parachute. Then she saves Rufus by singing him "Rock a by Rufus," eventhough she said she will never do that. So she tells Ron that the normal things happened to them.moreless
Jean Smart

Jean Smart

Dr. Possible (Mom)

Recurring Role

Rider Strong

Rider Strong

Brick Flagg

Recurring Role

Tom Kane

Tom Kane

Monkey Fist

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  • TRIVIA (15)

    • While parachuting from Duff Killigan's blimp, Kim is talking to Ron on the Kimmunicator. When the camera shows her hands gripped on the Kimmunicator, her gloves have disappeared. However, in the next scene, she has them back on.

    • This episode marks the second time Shego has worked independently from Dr. Drakken.

    • Ron's dad asks "Who wants to go to the Louvre?" He pronounces it "loov-er" when it should be pronounced as "loov."

    • When Rufus fell down the elevator shaft he was "below" the place Kim and the villians were fighting. But then Rufus is "above" the same place when Kim screams "Rufus jump down to me!!!!"

    • When Kim reads from the birth card after Rufus falls asleep, she says "It's a girl," but the card is blue. Traditionally, 'pink is for girls, blue is for boys.'

    • When Ron calls Kim from France, she brings him up on the Kimmunicator. How does she get a video image of him? Ron is calling her from a regular phone and doesn't have a vidcam pointed at him like Wade does.

    • As she is reading the newpaper at Smarty Mart, both of Shego's gloves are black.

    • Monkey Fist's monkey fists are incorrectly colored to match those of his monkey ninjas as he first catches Rufus on the Eiffel Tower.

    • When Kim jumps into Duff's blimp, she has her backpack on, but when he hits her with the net, she doesn't.

    • Kim's gloves are missing again when she says "Rufus, jump down to me".

    • When Kim is talking to Ron while falling after Duff she doesn't have any gloves on.

    • The entrance to Kim's room is different than in previous episodes. In "Animal Attraction," specifically, it is shown to be a open hole with some fixed steps. In this ep, there is now a hallway with a door.

    • The monkey ninjas work for Monkey Fist again, yet they learned Ron was their leader in "Monkey Ninjas in Space".

    • When we first see Killigan, the green he is standing on is actually brown. After Killigan hears the signal, the green is green and the brown area is off to the side.

    • Nitpick: Ron said that Rufus must have Rock-a-bye baby SUNG to him, yet in the end when Kim opens the card and the instrumental version plays, he falls asleep.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Kim: Rufus, jump now!
      Rufus: No way!
      Kim: (singing) Rock-A-Bye-Rufus in the treetop, when the wind blows the cradle will rock, when the bow breaks the cradle will fall, and down will come Rufus cradle and all.

    • Ron: Which brings us to item 4-36 of my Care-of-Rufus Guide: singing.
      Kim: He sings?
      Ron: No. You sing.
      Kim: Sing what?
      Ron: Rock-A-Bye-Baby. Well, actually, he prefers Rock-A-Bye-Rufus. Here watch: (singing) Rock-a-bye-Rufus in the treetop, when the wind blows the cradle will rock.
      (Rufus falls asleep)
      Kim: I know I promised to take care of Rufus while you and the fam tour France, but there is zero chance of me serenading a naked mole rat.

    • Killigan: Enjoy your flight lassie. It'll only last a wee twenty-two seconds.

    • Monkey Fist: It appears you have bitten off more than you can chew... my little friend.

    • Ron: So what's up with you guys?
      Kim: Oh, you know, same ol' same ol'.
      Rufus: Same ol' same ol'.

    • Ron: Surprisingly, french fries and french toast are in short supply here.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Predator II:

      The scene in which Kim cuts herself out of the net is similar to a scene from Predator II in which Harrigan is pinned to the wall by a net and escapes in much the same way as Kim does, by swinging a cutting blade.

    • Live and Let Die:

      Kim's watch/saw is similar to a device in the James Bond film Live and Let Die (in it, Bond's watch has a sharp edge and rotates; no tiny saw)

    • Title: Adventures in Rufus-Sitting:

      The title comes from the 1980's movie "Adventures in Babysitting".

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