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"Hidden Talent" is the thirty-ninth episode of Kim Possible.

Synopsis

Ron signs an unwilling Kim up for the school talent show after Bonnie announces her intent to crush any competition. Her plans to sing are interrupted when Wade begins acting erratically and orders Kim and Ron to recover teleportation technology from Professor Dementor. Technology, she suspects, that may have not been stolen after all.

Trivia

General

  • 42nd episode aired
  • 40th episode in chronological order.
  • Kim sings Say The Word during the talent show.
  • Ron displays a whole lot of different hidden talents, and most of them were in the musical variety.
  • Ron wrote Say The Word for Kim.
  • When Ron concluded his part of the talent show, he probably tapped into the strength of the Mystic Monkey Power, when he hit his head on 6 big blocks of cement. He fell unconscious, and then all 6 blocks of cement broke in half.
  • This is the first time Bonnie ever mentioned having any siblings, although she does not indicate how many or genders. We meet two of them, older sisters Connie and Lonnie Rockwaller, with their only physical appearance in the third season episode, Bonding.
    • Bonnie's comment about them winning the school talent show four years in a row when they were at the school may indicate that Connie and Lonnie may be fraternal twins.

Goofs

  • When Ron performs his "fire breath" trick, he accidentally burns the judges' hair, but after approximately thirty seconds, the judges are shown again, only with their hair back in full.
    • In-universe time, that was longer than thirty seconds, he was midway through what had to be at least his next performance.
  • When Kim dials a number on the teleportation module, the gold thing disappears.
  • When Drakken says "Imagine it, Shego!", his collar is blue.
  • When Kim told Bonnie she was rehearsing, Kim was on the stage. But when Bonnie played the film, all of a sudden, Kim was in a seat next to Ron. And when Kim told Bonnie, "That was a long time ago", Kim was once again standing on the stage.
    • How does Bonnie have a video of Kim's inability to hit the high notes? It seems rather strange that she would somehow know about it but yet Ron would not, even though he and Kim have been best friends since their first day of preschool.
      • It was not stated Ron did not know or remember that incident. Like Kim, he may have chalked it up to "That was a long time ago", and presumed Kim had grown out of it.
  • When Ron loses his clothes, in Dementor's lair, he is only wearing his underpants, but when he and Kim escape in the boat he is in his mission clothes.
    • By now Ron is able to dress while on the run, as actually shown between those scenes.
  • During the talent show, Ron's watch switches wrists and disappears in some scenes.
  • When Ron holds up his talent show trophy, his black and white sneakers become entirely black.

Allusions

  • Kim and Ron lowering down on ropes over a pressure-sensitive floor is a nod to "Mission: Impossible".
  • Kim teleporting through the phone is a reference to The Matrix. In the movie, "operators" could get unplugged people out of the Matrix by establishing a phone connection and having the person who was escaping hold the phone up to his/her ear.
  • Bonnie's dress is an allusion to the swan dress of Björk. Her swan tutu is also a tongue-in-cheek allusion to the famous ballet Swan Lake.
  • The mime routine is a copy of Marcel Marceau's famous wind performance.
  • Drakken's visual presentation reflects a late-nineties Saturday Night Live skit "Lease With An Option To Kill" wherein the villain (Christopher Walken) shows Bond the manner of his execution on several poster-board sheets of paper.
  • Kim performing in only one glove is similar to how Michael Jackson performed wearing only one glove.
  • M. C. Honey is a reference to M. C. Hammer, who was a rapper, who popularized the "baggy pants" look. He dropped out of the scene in the late 90s.
    • Possible but not necessarily true. She could just as easily have been a reference to MC Lyte, who was a fairly successful female rapper.
  • Drakken's plan mirrors Largo's trap in Thunderball.
  • A device which operated on the same principles as the Transportulator was the Modemizer created by Professor Norton Nimnul almost 20 years ago in the Rescue Rangers episode, A Fly in the Ointment.

Video Releases

DVD

  • Kim Possible: The Complete Second Season

Songs


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Books

Bueno Nacho | Showdown at Camp Wannaweep | The New Ron | Downhill | Killigan's Island | Monkey Buisness | Attack of the Killer Bebes | Royal Pain | Tweeb Trouble | Extreme | Grudge Match | Cloned | Code Word: Kim | The Kim Possible Files | Save the World Kit | Pick a Villain!: Badical Battles | Pick a Villain!: Game On! | Pick a Villain!: Masters of Mayhem | Pick a Villain!: So Not the Drama!

Disney Parks

Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure

Characters

Heroes: Kim Possible | Ron Stoppable | Rufus | Wade | Dr. Ann Possible | Dr. James Possible | Jim and Tim Possible | Mr. Stoppable | Mrs. Stoppable | Hana Stoppable | Monique | Steve Barkin | Bonnie Rockwaller | Ned | Nana Possible | Team Go | Martin Smarty | Artie Smarty | Team Impossible | Betty Director | Cousin Larry | Vivian Francis Porter | Felix Renton | Zita Flores | Master Sensei | Yori | Slim Possible | Joss Possible | Yono | Mego | Hego | Wego Twins | Steel Toe | Pain King | Professor Acari | Connie Rockwaller | Lonnie Rockwaller | Mrs. Rockwaller | Tara | Jessica | Hope | Marcella | Liz | Crystal | Franklin Barkin | Wayne | Shaun | Reuben Stoppable | Vinnie | Big Mike | Mr. McHenry | Junior | Prince Wally | Wanda Wong | Toshimiru | Alan Platt | Akute | Officer Hobble | Amelia | Pop Pop Porter | Kyoko Yoshiko | Nakasumi-San | Timothy North | SADI | Middleton High School Cheerleaders | Will Du | Cyrus Bortel | Oh Boyz | Roachie
Villians: Dr. Drakken | Shego | Monkey Fist | Duff Killigan | Señor Senior, Senior | Señor Senior, Junior | Amy Hall | Gil Moss | Camille Leon | Frugal Lucre | Bebe | Adrena Lynn | Gemini | Professor Dementor | Fashionistas | Warmonga | Warhok | Edward Lipsky | Falsetto Jones | Nanny Maim | Hank Perkins | Stone Gorilla | Jackie the Jackal | Aviarius | Fukushima | Knights of Rodegan | Malcolm Nevious | Electronique

Episodes

Season One: Crush | Sink or Swim | The New Ron | Tick-Tick-Tick | Downhill | Bueno Nacho | Number One | Mind Games | Attack of the Killer Bebes | Royal Pain | Coach Possible | Pain King vs. Cleopatra | Monkey Fist Strikes | October 31st | All the News | Kimitation Nation | The Twin Factor | Animal Attraction | Monkey Ninjas in Space | Ron the Man | Low Budget
Season Two: Naked Genius | Grudge Match | Two to Tutor | The Ron Factor | Car Trouble | Rufus in Show | Adventures in Rufus-Sitting | Job Unfair | The Golden Years | Virtu-Ron | The Fearless Ferret | Exchange | Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles | Day of the Snowmen | A Sitch in Time | A Very Possible Christmas | Queen Bebe | Hidden Talent | Return to Camp Wannaweep | Go Team Go | The Full Monkey | Blush | Partners | Oh Boyz | Sick Day | The Truth Hurts | Mother's Day | Motor Ed | Ron Millionaire | Triple S | Rewriting History
Season Three: Steal Wheels | Emotion Sickness | Bonding | Bad Boy | Showdown at the Crooked D | Dimension Twist | So the Drama | Overdue | Roachie | Rappin' Drakken | Team Impossible | Gorilla Fist | And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI
Season Four: Ill Suited | The Big Job | Trading Faces | The Cupid Effect | Car Alarm | Mad Dogs and Aliens | Grande Size Me | Clothes Minded | Big Bother | Fashion Victim | Odds Man In | Stop Team Go | Cap'n Drakken | Mathter and Fervent | The Mentor of Our Discontent | Oh No! Yono! | Clean Slate | Homecoming Upset | Chasing Rufus | Nursery Crimes | Larry's Birthday | Graduation

Objects

SADI | Neuro-Compliance Chip | Lotus Blade | Kimmunicator | Silver Cutlass | The Attitudinator | Amulet of the Monkey King | Molecular Muscle Enhancer | Naco | Diablo Sauce | Giant Laser Drill | Pop Pop's Mini Corn Dogs | Pop Pop's Blimp

Locations

Middleton | Middleton High School | Middleton Mall | Bueno Nacho | Smarty Mart | Possible House | Stoppable House | Club Banana | Middleton Space Center | Middleton Medical Center | Camp Wannaweep | Yamanouchi Ninja School | Forbidden City Museum | Pickle on a Pike | Middleton Institute of Science and Technology | Middleton Magnetic Institute | Middleton Geological Center | Middleton Motor Lodge | University of Upperton | Canada | Tokyo | Japan | Port Mystic Cove Haven

Songs

Call Me, Beep Me! | Could it Be | Rappin' Drakken | Naked Mole Rap | Say The Word | Pop Pop's Mini Corn Dogs (song) | It's Just You

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