Drakken: (after looking through a peephole) It's ten times worse! It's my former cellmate: Frugal Lucre!
Shego: You mean that dweeb who wanted a dollar from everyone by shutting down the Internet? False alarm.
Drakken: Do not underestimate the annoyance factor, Shego.
Shego: So, he really bugs you?
Drakken: To the max! Now hide! (slips under the table) Ok, let's pretend we're not here, and maybe he'll leave.
Frugal Lucre: Maybe who will leave?
Drakken: Frugal... (hits head on the table) How did you get in?
(Kim and Shego are about to fight)
Shego: So...small talk?
Kim: Mmm...not so much.
(they begin to fight)
(Shego appears in a blonde wig)
Shego: Um...excuse me. But I seem to be um...uh, lost. (grumbles under her breath) And out of my mind.
(Shego and Drakken are looking for things to steal on the video screen)
Shego: Okay. I give up. We've been at this all day. There's got to be something you want to steal. What's wrong with the Global Incinerator Ray?
Drakken: It's Mundane.
Shego: Quantum Gravity Drill?
Shego: Been There, Done That?
Drakken: Acronyms are very handy when texting one's BFFs.
(After the entire ordeal is over with)
Ron: Ok, well, I have no idea what just happened. But I'm clearly not cut out to help people make life choices.
Kim: Oh, I wouldn't be so sure. You helped me choose you.
Ron: Ok, that time I was a genius.
(Kim and Ron move in to kiss, and as they do, the screen cuts to Rufus, who gags and runs off)
Ron: Hey, where's Rufus?
(Rufus jumps into the mail tube and goes off)
(After a large arrangement of flowers are brought into the room)
Shego: Are those Hydrangias?
Martin: I get 'em in bulk.
Shego: I love Hydrangias!
Kim: You're not eating?
Ron: KP, my Smarty Mart career is over if I don't life coach Artie out of bratdom.
This episode was offered as a video on Disney XD on June 16, 2007, a week before its official premiere. The offer was for US viewers only.
At one point in this episode, Shego wears a blonde wig. Interestingly enough, Nicole Sullivan, Shego's voice actor, is a natural blonde.
When Ron says "With great pets, comes great responsibility", this is a play on the famous line spoken by Ben Parker in Spiderman.
Title: The Mentor of Our Discontent
The episode's title is a reference to the phrase "winter of discontent," a common term historically used to describe a winter season in which tragic or controversial events take place (most commonly the British winter of 1978-79, which was riddled with trade union strikes). It is derived from the opening lines of William Shakespeare's Richard III: "Now is the Winter of our Discontent, made glorious summer by this son of York."
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