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Kim Possible

Season 4 Episode 20

Nursery Crimes

Aired Daily 1:30 AM Aug 12, 2007 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

When a new villain that goes by Nanny Nane begins turning rebellious teenagers into babies, Kim must use her natural baby-sitting skills to save the day.

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  • Somebody needs a time-out.

    A stolen pacifier leads Kim and Ron to a small English village where the people worship a giant wicker statue...just kidding. It leads them to a run-down nanny academy, as well as an equally antiquated nanny. The villagers are a little nervous to help our heroes and a bit of digging shows why.

    Let me be straight: this episode is no classic. Not even close. Call it the power of lowered expectations, but compared with 11-minute duds like "Day of the Snowmen", "Roachie" and "The Truth Hurts", this is a world of improvement. It takes all of two seconds to guess who the villain is, but they are very much a threat, especially with their machine that can turn adults into little babies. Kim finds a neat solution to dealing with the attacking infants and kudos to the writers for avoiding potty humor when Ron is babyfied.

    Not too bad.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • (After Ron emerges from the baby machine as a baby)
      Baby Ron: (in a high-pitched voice) Boo-yah!

    • (Kim is fighting off the babies)
      Nanny Nane: These aren't like the babies you're used to. They're as strong as full grown men!
      Kim: Well, the babies I'm used to... I've got it! This isn't a save a world thing, it's a babysitting thing!
      (Kim begins using her natural babysitting skills)

  • NOTES (2)


    • The Secret Show:

      This episode shares a similar plot with the episode Commando Babies from The Secret Show. Some simularities are that babies were used as henchmen in the dirty work in that show, the nanny also had a personal agenda, and the male hero was also changed from his normal age to the age of a baby.

    • Title: Nursery Crimes

      This is a refrence to nursery rhymes, and it was also the title of an episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.