Dogs in international shows have to have part of their voice box removed so they won't bark and distub. However in this fancy show, the dogs could bark normally.
Collars in dog shows are to be choker collars, but in this episode they are wearing normal collars
Ron pays off the dog show judge with a blue five dollar bill.
Kim's left glove appears and disappears as she lands on Sam's boat.
When Kim is being told what to feed Gigi, the red can flips from one hand to the other and then back again.
When Kim swings out from under the bridge overhanging the eel moat, she turns on a pair of jet-powered rollerblades, however stealth suits would not have something that loud.
Kim: (when Falsetto hooks her and Ron up to the death trap) Uh... aren't you going to leave now?
Falsetto: Leave? Why would I do that?
Ron: Well, usually the villain says his bad pun, then, you know, leaves us to our doom.
Falsetto: But then I'd miss the show. Where'd the fun be in that? I'm not going anywhere.
Kim: Okay, but I should warn you you are really broaching a supervillain tradition here.
Ron: The Peruvian Hairless saves the day.
Kim: Rufus is definitely best in show.
(Rufus sighs with pride)
Judge: I'm, eh, still not seeing anything here in the official --
Ron: Maybe you should consult with my friend Mr. Lincoln. See if he can help improve your eyesight a bit, if you -- y'know -- catch my drift.
Kim: Ron! This is a prestigious international competition.
Ron: And I'm speaking the prestigious international language of cold hard cash!
Kim: Five dollars is hardly --
Judge: Ah, yes! Here it is. A Hairless Peruvian. Very good. (pockets money)
Falsetto: (of Rufus) He's a Naked Mole Rat. Purchased at the Middleton Smarty Mart by a Mr. Ron Stoppable, sidekick to teen hero, Kim Possible. I ran a check on his autograph.
Falsetto: I think you'll find this quite shocking.
Kim: Called that one.
Ron: Ok! You can hit the button for the parachute any time now.
Kim: Sorry. No parachute.
Ron: No Parachute?!
Ron: Sorry, KP, The low profile thing didn't exactly work out.
Ron: Of course, there's a time for spirit, and a time for laying low!
This episode can be found on the Game Boy Advance Video Cartridge Disney Channel Collection Volume 2.
This episode and Adventures in Rufus-Sitting are the first 11 minute episodes ever aired on Disney Channel
This is a half-length episode and first aired with Adventures in Rufus-Sitting.
Animation Production by: Rough Draft Korea Co., Ltd
Kim: "Hit it Sam."
Line often spoken by "Hondo" Harrelson to the unheralded sixth member of the team--Sam, the driver of the S.W.A.T. van.
Title: Rufus in Show:
"Rufus in Show" is a parody of the movie title "Best in Show" which focuses on the eccentric dog owners who enter their dogs in a nation-wide dog show.