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Kim Possible (as Christy Carlson Romano)
The game Ron was playing at the arcade was reused footage from the episode Dimension Twist.
Jim and Tim took back their rockets after the events in So The Drama, as Ron's scooter is back to its original slow pace.
When Ron is wearing the supersuit at Bueno Nacho he isn't wearing the leg pack that Kim usually wears with the supersuit, but when Dementor puts on the supersuit it appears on his leg.
When Ron is wearing Kim's battlesuit under his football jersey, you can see his hands, but when his football jersey is ripped off, he's now wearing the gloves that are a part of the suit.
For perhaps the second time in the whole series (during the Kim Vs Remote Ron fight), we get a KP panty shot and just like the last one, she's in her cheerleading outfit at the time. However, this one fails to make the opening titles. And, inevitably, shortly afterwards Ron is stripped to his boxers yet again, for the rest of the scene.
When Ron goes to get a second chance to try out for quarterback he's wearing a number 7 jersey and in the same scene one of the other football players is wearing the same jersey
After Doctor Drakken was removed as head of Bueno Nacho in So the Drama, the company brought back the bendy straws, as shown when Kim and Ron are eating.
When Dementor remotely activates the shield on the supersuit, it rips off the football uniform, yet Ron was able to use the shield during the football game without the uniform being affected.
When the cat shoots a beam at Kim and it hits the supersuit, it forms a small rip on Kim's thigh, but in the next frame when we see through the cat's eyes, the rip is gone, without any time for the supersuit to heal in between.
This is the first episode of Kim Possible to feature continued action during the closing credits, similar to The Emperor's New School and American Dragon: Jake Long. In this case, it's Ron making another 3 A.M. call to Kim to distinguish his dreams from reality.
(After Ron tries to kick her)
Kim: You cheated your way onto the football team.
Ron: Yeah, but that was just a perp. I was really trying to cheat on you.
(He realizes what he just said)
Ron: For you... to win you!
Bonnie: (about Ron) If he can't step up, trade up!
Kim: Not everyone has to date the quarterback, B.
Bonnie: Not everyone can, K.
Monique: (Watching Bonnie leave) Aww, that girl is as sweet as ever.
(Dementor has controlled Ron grab Kim and swing her around)
Ron: I'm sorry Kim. I never meant to hurt you.
Dementor: Not yet.
(he pushes on his joystick and Ron throws Kim)
Ron: No! It's not me, it's your battlesuit!
(Kim crashes into an ice machine)
Ron: Oh, K.P, our first fight!
Ron: Kim, I heard you talking to Monique. You agreed with Bonnie about dating jocks. You said trading up was the only option.
Kim: What? Oh, Ron! I was talking about Monique's cell phone!
Ron: Oh yeah. She's got that new one like Bonnie's. That's a nice phone!
Kim: Uh huh!
Ron: KP, we're seniors. Seniors don't sweat the small things!
Kim: Because they're all small things?
Ron: No, because we're big things, baby!
Kim: (after noticing that Ron is wearing her supersuit) Y-You stole my battlesuit!
Ron: Secret borrowing!
Kim: (gasps indignantly) You were in my closet!
Dementor: (Sees Ron wearing the super suit) So who's wearing the girly clothes now?
Bonnie: But you're a cheerleader! Cheerleaders are supposed to date jocks. It's non-optional. It's like a rule!
Kim: Ron's the exception to the rule.
Bonnie: He's the reason for the rule!
Bonnie: Is that your boyfriend out there running like a sick chicken?
Kim: Yeah, that's my guy.
Ron: (about stealing Kim's supersuit) Wait, wait, it's not what you think!
Kim: Oh, so you're not a cheater, a liar and a thief.
Ron: Okay, it is what you think.
(While Professor Dementor escapes, Kim notices that the robotic cat she is holding is beeping and brushes away some of its fur to reveal a timer, meaning that the cat is a bomb)
Ron: See, this is why I'm not a cat person.
Kim: (about Ron trying out for football) Jock thing? (giggles) You?
Ron: Are you kidding? Ron Stoppable has always been about the sportage.
Kim: Okay, even if that was true. . . football?
Ron: Ah, who doesn't like to toss around the old pig puck?
Kim: You mean pig skin.
Ron: Whoa, KP one sport at a time.
Kim: (to Ron) Well, I guess football reads better than flooding the school cafeteria.
Monique: Huh? Oh right, the chess club incident!
Ron: (putting on a grim face) The first rule of chess club is you do not talk about chess club.
Ron: Actually, Mr. Barkin, you're looking at the new Middleton quarterback! (other players start laughing)
Mr. Barkin: (laughing as well) You think you're quarterback material? With your name?
Mr. Barkin: Stoppable! Sends the wrong message to the opposition.
(Henchman rips sleeve of supersuit, but it repairs itself)
Dementor: Oh, look at that. For Pete's sake. Maybe next time someone might take a minute next time to fill me in on a little detail like my Strügwhol enemy becoming suddenly über!
Mr. Barkin: As you all know, after seven years, Brick Flagg finally graduated last June, leaving the Mad Dogs without a quarterback. (looks at Ron and leans in closer to emphasize his point) You understand that these tryouts aren't for towel boy! That position is already filled. (Points offscreen. Camera switches to Rufus leaning on a stack of towels)
Ron: You heard her, Rufus. Now that we're seniors I'm not good enough for Kim! If only she wasn't a cheerleader. Or. . . (sees a flyer for football tryouts)
Ron: Time for Ron Stoppable to step up and become. . . Ron Steppupable!
Ron: (to himself) Okay, chill. Kim is not Bonnie. Me and KP live in a trade-up free zone.
Monique: (from around corner, unaware that Ron is listening) Whoa, Kim, are you serious? Trading up?
Kim: Yeah, I hate to admit it, but in this one case. . . Oh, I actually agree with Bonnie.
Monique: Never thought I'd hear those words from you Kim. It's a little scary.
Kim: I know Monique, but a girl has to have standards, especially now that we're seniors. (Ron runs away, not bothering to hear the rest of the conversation) It's time you traded up.
Monique: (pulling out her cell phone) But my little cellie has been with me since freshman year!
Kim: You have to admit, Bonnie's new cell phone is ultimate.
Dementor: Ha! No top secret underground science facility can hide from Professor Dementor!
Kim: (emerging from the cloud of dust) And no smug villain can hide from--
Dementor: Kim Possible!
Ron: And boyfriend!
Dementor: I seriously doubt that.
Ron: No, dude, it's true. Really.
Dementor: Sorry, just can't believe it.
(End Credits: Ron calls Kim in the middle of the night again)
Ron: Yeah, Kim. I know it's late, but-
Kim: How many times do I have to tell you? We kissed. We're dating.
Ron: So you leaving me for Rufus was?
Ron: Me being Middleton's new running back. Dream?
Kim: No. That actually happened.
Ron: Oh. I'm on a team. That's cool. Okay, how about you water-skiing over a shark? (Kim hangs up) Hello? Hello? Kim?
(Professor Dementor is in escape pod about to launch)
Kim: Ugh! I have been foiled by a man in a dress?
Dementor: (as escape pod launches) It's a housecoat!
Kim: Cute little trap, Professor.
Dementor: Yes, I do rather like it. It's the little details that sell it, don't you think? (rips curtain off of wall) I picked out the curtains myself!
Ron: Dude, you're totally wearing a dress!
Dementor: It's a housecoat!
Ron: Yeah, uh-huh. Dress!
Dementor: This is not fair! You have never had the springy-jump, self-healing supersuit before!
Kim: I'm full of surprises.
Dementor: (pulling out laser pistol) You are not the only one, Frauline! (Fires pistol. Kim morphs her hand to absorb the energy and throws it back at Dementor, knocking the pistol from his hand) Oh now with the hand? You get a hand thing too?
Ron: Wait! Before that part where you melted, we were at the dance and--
Kim: We kissed.
Ron: Yeah! did you have the same dream?
Kim: No, that part really happened, Ron.
Ron: Heh, yeah.
Kim: But it won't happen again if you keep calling me in the middle of the night! (hangs up phone)
Ron: (leans back onto pillow) Man, love is complicated.
Ron: I don't care what time it is, this is an emergency! (picks up phone and dials) Kim! Pick up! Pick up! Pick up!
Kim: (answering phone) Ron?
Ron: Are you a synthodrone, KP? Be honest, I can take it!
Dementor: I am impressed, Frauline Possible. How did you know I would be HERE?!
Kim: Uh, your to do list helped.
Dementor: Doh! I dropped that when I stole the ultra-sonic drill, yes?
Kim: Yeah, mm-hmm, you did. And thanks for making our job that much easier. (hands list to Ron)
Ron: (Reading from list) Steal ultra-sonic drill, break into top secret lab, call mother, conquer world. . .
Dementor: Agh! I knew I was forgetting something! Mama gets so cross when I don't jingle.
Kim: You can call her from prison.
Dementor: Whoa! Whoa! Hey! Hold on! Time out! You have a battle suit? Where did you get this suit with the powers?
Ron: It's relatively new.
Kim: And indestructable. So if you want to just give up now. . .
Dementor: Oh, it's most impressive, but we will take the springing out of your stepping shoe! (pushes button, causing henchmen to emerge from holes in the ground)
Kim Possible was originally intended to run for only three seasons, however, due to the show's popularity and the strong efforts by many fans, Disney Channel renewed the show for its fourth and final season.
This episode was first offered as a video on the Disney Channel website on February 3, 2007, one week before it premiered on TV.
Kim: Well, I guess football reads better than flooding the school cafeteria.
This act is an allusion to an incident in the cult film Donnie Darko in which the titular protagonist (like Ron, also an oddball outcast) breaks a water pipe in the school basement, flooding the entire campus.
Professor Dementor: All your battlesuit now belongs to me!
This is a reference to the widely popular Internet phrase, "All your base are belong to us." The phrase is most often used in connection with some kind of takeover, in this case Dementor taking control of Kim's battlesuit. It originated in a 1991 U.S. adaptation of Toaplan's "Zero Wing" for Sega Genesis, and is widely regarded as the worst--and most amusing--Japanese-to-English translation in the history of video games.
Ron: Oil can.
Ron says this line while he is paralyzed due to the fact that the supersuit he is wearing is under Dementor's control. This is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, in which the Tin Man, who was also unable to move (for a different reason), said the exact same line.
The collectibles in Professor Dementor's trap are a parody of Hummel collectibles. Hummels originated in Austria and now occupy homes all over the world. It was originally under the brand name Hummel, but the term has since come to signify anything that involves Teutonic-style ceramic collectibles. It is mostly older people living alone who collect Hummels (or so says the stereotype), which is why they are included in Professor Dementor's trap.
Ron: How about you water skiing over a shark?
This alludes to 1974's Happy Days where in one episode the Fonz water skis over a shark. Many see that episode as the last good episode and is referenced in other shows that have outlived themselves as "Having jumped the shark." The fact that Kim hanging up implies "dream" as her answer means that the reference symbolizes that the show has not outlived itself, despite what Disney or certain critics might say. It was also believed by some fans that Ron and Kim becoming a couple would irretrievably ruin the show.
Ron: The first rule of Chess Club is don't talk about Chess Club.
This references 1999's Fight Club with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton as leaders of an underground fight organization. The first rule of Fight Club is you do not talk about Fight Club.
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