Kim Possible

Season 3 Episode 13

And the Molerat Will Be CGI

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Aired Daily 1:30 AM Jun 10, 2006 on Disney Channel
8.4
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Junior attempts to rob the Tower of London, but accidentily tries to rob a movie set replica. Kim and Ron go to stop them and perform an extreme mid air stunt and the movie set's director offers them a movie, which they happily agree to. Kim now must deal with Heather, an actress who is going to be her in the movie taking her friends, and Ron has to deal with Quinn, an actor who is going to be him in the movie act completely opposite of him. All of this while they have to stop Junior who is out for revenge on the director for not putting him in the movie.moreless

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  • This episode is about senor senor jr. taking revenge on kp's movie because he wants to be in it.

    9.1
    After capturing the eye of a director, Kim and Ron are followed by two glamorous movie stars attempting to learn about their lives for an upcoming Kim Possible movie. Kim and Ron get soon annoyed by the actors. Kim soon finds herself pushed aside by her star's copycat antics while Ron cannot get his to act at all. That was kind of sad and frustrating for Ron. I felt so very bad for Ron. The film is put on hold when Senor Senior Junior crashes the set and demands to be cast as the villain. I can sometimes feel the frustration that Kim and Ron had between the actors and at the end the movie was cancelled so this episode had an okay ending.moreless
  • An action producer wants to make a movie based on Team Possible. And as the actors hired to play them annoys the heck out of Kim and Ron, Senior Senior Junior trys to force his way in to the film.moreless

    6.9
    "And the Molerat will be CGI" has some entertaining moments, but overall I found it to be fairly average. The episode starts out with Kim and Ron stopping Senior Senior Junior in his attempt to steal the crown jewels. During which they impress a Jerry Brockheimer type producer, and he wants to make an action movie based on thier lives. The bulk of the episode is Kim and Ron dealing with the actors who are playing them. Kim's counterpart is so perky and perfect, while Ron's could really care less. So naturally, Ron and Kim are major league annoyed by them. Really, you could see this coming a mile away. There was not much creativity here, and the predictability took some of the enjoyment out of it. The real star of the one, is Junior, who for the first time steps out on his own to be the main baddy in an episode. He is pretty effective when he is motivated. Of, course he will stop at nothing to become a major pop star. But overall, there was not much going on in this one. An average outing is "And the Molerat will be CGI." Okay, the CGI Rufas attacking Junior was pretty hilarious.moreless
  • And that's a wrap...for now.

    8.7
    Senor Senior Junior plans a heist for the Tower of London, conveniently located in scenic New Zealand?! As it turns out, it was merely a fake for a movie from powerful (and eccentric) movie producer Jimmy Blamhammer (a wonderful Joe Mantegna). Kim and Ron show up to foil the scheme and Blamhammer gets the idea for...a Kim Possible movie.



    The last new episode to air (at least, for a while), this eschews the forced slang and cloying 'will they or won't they' hints of the rest of the third season and concentrates on pure hilarity. Playing Kim and Ron are hot young actors Heather and Quinn. Kim finds that Heather is good - perhaps too good - at being Kim, while Ron grows frustrated at Quinn missing the...Ronness. Also, Junior wants in on the cinematic action.



    There is much to enjoy about this episode.moreless
  • They make a movie based on Kim and Ron, buy Junior wont stand for that!

    8.0
    When a movie producer, Jimmy Blamhammer, wants to make a movie about Kim and Ron, they are impressed. Even better they get to be played by Heather and Quinn. But then all the greatness Kim and Ron saw in the actors starts to wear off when they really get to know them. Heather gets to much in to Kim, and Quinn just doesn't want to do much. Meanwhile Junior is doing what ever it takes to become famous. But it doesn't seem to work. Then when the movie starts, Junior comes by and destroys it. He defeats the producer, takes care of the actors, and isn't thearten by the actors. Kim and Ron come to take care off Junoir, then he runs off back home. Heather and Quinn thank Kim and Ron for what they have done, Jimmy then says that the Kim Possible movie is cancelled because he is making anouther movie called 'Monkey Ninjas in Space' they weren't impressed by that, seeing that they did that before. Then Junior said that the trip to HollyWood, which was 'used' idams by Heather.moreless
  • After a mistake on geologic location, Kim and Ron are discovered by a director who wants to make Kim and Ron movie stars.

    5.0
    This episode was a little bit dull and fast-paced. There wasn\'t much character development, so it wasn\'t their greatest episodes. Although it\'s nice to see some improvement on Senior Senior Junior on his behalf. I\'m glad he got the spotlight again and I\'m thrilled to see that there will be a season four approaching. No doubt that this is the follow up for Fall.



    All and all, not their greatest episode. I liked it, it was just...a tad bit boring.moreless
Nancy Cartwright

Nancy Cartwright

Rufus

Tahj Mowry

Tahj Mowry

Wade

Will Friedle

Will Friedle

Ron Stoppable

Gary Cole

Gary Cole

Dr. Possible (voice)

Christy Carlson Romano

Christy Carlson Romano

Kim Possible (as Christy Carlson Romano)

Shaun Fleming

Shaun Fleming

Jim and Tim Possible

Earl Boen

Earl Boen

Senor Senior, Senior

Guest Star

Anneliese van der Pol

Anneliese van der Pol

Heather

Guest Star

Danny Masterson

Danny Masterson

Quinn

Guest Star

Jean Smart

Jean Smart

Dr. Possible (Mom)

Recurring Role

Nestor Carbonell

Nestor Carbonell

Senor Senior, Jr.

Recurring Role

Patrick Warburton

Patrick Warburton

Mr. Barkin

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • SSJ says "Father, you are blocking my sun". Yet the sun is directly on him.

    • While SSJ is on the T.V. talking to Jimmy Blamhammer, Jimmy turns off the TV using the remote, pressing the off button 6 times; yet, there were 9 TV's to turn off.

    • When Kim and Ron are saving the day from Junior, Ron's freckles are missing. But when he takes his helmet off, he has his freckles again.

    • Action movie director Jimmy Blamhammer always crashes his Hummer. But it's OK. All his passengers wear seat belts and sign a release form.

  • QUOTES (5)

  • NOTES (2)

    • Anneliese Van Der Pol (Heather) and Raven Symone (Monique) also work together on That's So Raven.

    • Anneliese van der pol, who voices Heather in this episode, was originally offered the part of Kim, but she turned it down, allowing it to go to Christy Carlson Romano.

  • ALLUSIONS (6)

    • Back To The Future:

      When Jimmy Blamhammer states, "We're shooting back-to-back sequels", it's a referral to the 80's trilogy Back to the Future. Parts two and three of the aforementioned trilogy were filmed immediately after one another.

    • Mr. Huey:

      The name of the helicopter pilot that take Kim and Ron to New Zealand is a reference to the Huey model series of helicopters.

    • Disney Music:

      Whenever fimmaker Jimmy Blamhammer engages in a lot of Hollywood hyperbole, classic Disney animation music plays behind him.

    • That 70's Show:

      Quinn seems to be based off of Steven Hyde (also played by Danny Masterson) from That 70's Show, right down to the "whatever."

    • Full House:

      The "mopey" actor (as Ron refers to him) is based off of Scott Menville's character Duane near the end of season 8 of Full House. He even has the "whatever" part down.

    • Jerry Bruckheimer:

      The movie producer/director character Jimmy Blamhammer is based on filmmaker Jerry Bruckheimer.

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