Kim Possible

Season 2 Episode 28

The Truth Hurts

Aired Daily 1:30 AM Apr 23, 2004 on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

    • During the episode while the cheerleading interview's going on Kim says she can't sleep without her Pandaroo. But other episodes when you see her in bed there is no Pandaroo.

    • Kim said two lies while she was under the truth ray. The first was that she could tell a lie and the second was that aliens could see her dad's partner's hairpiece was fake from space. Of course, this second was technically an exaggeration for comic effect, not really a lie. And it seems the truth ray not only keeps you from lying but robs you of all sense of tact and decorum!

    • In the beginning of this episode Kim has her yellow outfit. (Yellow T-shirt with blue star, and blue jeans). However, after she saves the day and finishes cheerleading practice she leaves school wearing her green tank-top and shorter blue jeans. It is possible that she might have had a change of clothes at school, but I wanted to point this out.

    • When Kim and Ron are in the jet on the way to Drakken's ice lair, both have white straps over their shoulders, and as they eject, these straps disappear from Ron.

    • As Ron says, "I know it's not the coolest thing to admit," his mouth cel overlaps his left hand twice.

    • Ron's mouth disappears briefly during his reaction to Kim after he asks "Nana?" on the phone.

  • Quotes

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Kim: The color of my hair is

      This is a reference to the Jim Carrey movie Liar, Liar, as is the rest of the episode. This quote is similar to the one in the movie, where Carrey's character looks at a blue pen and tries to say its red, with the same effect, except his went on for several minutes, until his posessed hand wrote that the pen was blue all over his face. Some others include that in both, they are in that condition for one day and that both Kim and Carrey try the tactic of covering their mouth, and both fail.

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