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Kim Possible (as Christy Carlson Romano)
During practice at Middleton High, Kim tells Bonnie to jump first onto the pyramid, so that Kim can take the top spot. When we see the pyramid, there are already five cheerleaders forming it and only the top spot is free. Where was Bonnie supposed to jump?
When Ron says "It's the only way.", his mouth doesn't move.
Not really that much of a goof but-- In the closed captioning, Gil is refered to as "Gill", even though he has gone back to one l.
At camp, when Kim falls into the suitcases, only one is blue, and the rest are brown. When she is zoomed in, there are several blue.
When Ron is changed into a big mutant beaver, he was barely wearing clothes, which either would have been ripped upon his transformation or dissolved in the goo. Yet when he changed back to human form, all his clothes return intact. Considering the number of times he's been stripped down in this series, it's surprising he wasn't seen in just his boxers in this episode.
There are several scenes where there are no numbers on the cabins.
When they show Gill walking up to the cabin Ron hides in, they make a point of showing his slimy footprints in the closeup. However, in the aerial shot, he doesn't leave any footprints at all.
When Ron smiles after picking up the camp phone, there's an unexplained line under his mouth. It's too far down to be a bottom lip, so it's more than likely a missed cleanup line.
When Bonnie's first moving in to Cabin 9, she has two red bags, one of which she tosses on the top bunk, and the other in front of her. Once Kim walks up to her, the second red bag is suddenly nowhere to be found.
During the scene at camp, when the Middleton cheerleading team is demonstrating their cheer, we see Kim attempt to land on the shoulders of Bonnie and a blonde-haired cheerleader at the top of a pyramid formation, only to slip and fall. As she falls, the cheerleader beside Bonnie is raven-haired. But when the scene cuts back to Bonnie asking Kim, rather sarcastically, if she's ok, Bonnie is at the top of the pyramid, with no one beside her.
In Ron's flashback to his first encounter with Gill in 'Sink or Swim', the clip where he says "Not really, but you know I think I'd remember," is the clip where he's supposed to say, "How about we sing the Camp Wannaweep friendship song?"
Barkin: For Pete's sake, not again!
Ron: Hello, Gill!
Ron: Excuse you!
Ron: (after being sprayed with a waterhose & changed back to human form) It feels good to be human again, but I really wanted to built a dam, ya know, just for the experince.
Bonnie: Stoppable, come back here and save us, or more specifically, me!
Kim: Ron! Could you maybe not celebrate the collapse of our pyramid?
Kim: That sounds great. . . in the magical world of not gonna happen!
Kim: Try to keep an open mind. People can change.
Ron: That's what I'm afraid of.
Ron: You want proof? You can't handle the proof!
Ron: So, just because I'm a little paranoid, the entire camp's out to get me. And you know, you'd think at some point they'd run out of rotten vegetables to pelt me with!
Ron: Grotto. Always hated that word.
Bonnie: Looks like he already hit Band Camp.
Barkin: And Science Camp.
Kim: He's heading to Clown Camp!
Barkin: Those poor clowns.
Barkin: You know, no matter how many times you get slimed by a genetic mutant, you never quite get used to it.
Ron: Woah. Mutant camoflage. That would be so cool if... nevermind.
Ron: Magic Mucka? Sounds worse than grotto!
First aired on Disney Channel Asia:July 18,2004.
Animation Production by: Starburst Animation Co., Ltd
Unless you count A Sitch in Time, this is the second time two episodes of KP(this one and Hidden Tallent) were aired in the order of their production numbers.
Notice the shower scene, the one where Bonnie screams aloud after Kim has used all the hot water. This is a direct play of one of the most famous horror movie scenes in the world, the infamous "Shower Scene" from the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic, Psycho.
There is a scene where Ron says "You can take the camp out of the evil, but you can't take the evil out of the camp." That is a direct influence to a saying among servicemen and women that have served in the Marine Corps. The actual saying is "Once a Marine, always a Marine. You can take the man out of the Corps., but you can't take the Corps. out of the man."
A Few Good Men:
Ron: You can't handle the truth!
This line spoken by Ron line to Kim is a quote from the movie/play titled A Few Good Men.
Gil: At last! After searching night after night, I have finally found my magic Mucka!
This is a reference to Mecca, the international meeting place for followers of Islam. It is a place of great religious significance for Muslims, just like the grotto has great significance for Gill in this episode.
The Parent Trap:
When Kim and Bonnie are pulling pranks on each other, it is similar to the twins pulling pranks on each other in the film The Parent Trap (which also took place at a camp).
A homage from the real magazine title as "Cat Fancy". a magazine about cats.
Cheerleaders--The First Evil:
Bonnie getting into the shower and screaming recalls one of the R.L Stine book, "Cheerleaders--The First Evil", where in the shower room, cheerleader Bobbi Corcoran is locked in the shower room and is killed when scorching hot water comes out of the faucet.
Ron: I'm keeping my friends close and my enemies closer.
An old expression used most famously in the "Godfather" movies.
Ron: Creature from the muck lagoon.
Ron puts a spin on the title of the horror movie classic The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Ron: The game's afoot, little buddy.
"The game's afoot" was uttered by famous detective Sherlock Holmes in the short story "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange."
Bonnie getting into the shower and screaming mimics the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho. The same score is even used.
Ron: "You want proof? You can't handle the proof!"
This is a reference to the famous scene in A Few Good Men between Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson. Jack Nicholson's character has taken the stand in a military hearing, and asks Tom Cruise's character "You want answers?"
To which Cruise replies: I want the TRUTH!
And Jack Nicholson's response: You can't handle the truth!
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