History Recap / KimPossibleS1E13MonkeyFistStrikes

6th Feb '16 3:27:14 PM Theriocephalus
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* NoodleIncident: Kim apparently once helped the military with something.

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* NoodleIncident: Kim apparently once helped the military with something.something by tipping them off to an attack.



* StevenUlyssesPerhero[=/=]ThatManIsDead: After showing his true colors, Monty Fiske dubs himself "Monkey Fist", an anagram of his original name.

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* StevenUlyssesPerhero[=/=]ThatManIsDead: After showing his true colors, Monty Fiske dubs himself StevenUlyssesPerhero: Montgomery "Monty" Fisk's name is easily altered to make "Monkey Fist", an anagram of handily fitting his original name.supervillain persona.



* ThatManIsDead: After showing his true colors, Monty Fiske abandons his name and his life as a cultured English gentleman and dubs himself "Monkey Fist", fully embracing his new life as a supervillain.



* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: This is what Ron thought of seeing a ninja in camp, much to his relief instead of a monkey. Kim, on the other hand, upon seeing him with the monkey statue...

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: This is what Ron thought of seeing a ninja in camp, much as opposed to his relief instead of a monkey. Kim, on the other hand, upon seeing him the ninja with the monkey statue...statue, begged to differ.
15th Jan '16 12:09:31 AM tsstevens
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15th Jan '16 12:05:36 AM tsstevens
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Bates, Fiske's loyal servant, is never seen with him again after this episode.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Bates, Fiske's loyal servant, is never seen with him again after this episode.


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* ShoutOut: Kim sports a ponytail for one of the few times in the series as she's...well, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything raiding the tomb.]] The sequence is a nod to the adventures of [[Franchise/TombRaider Lara Croft.]]
20th Jul '15 12:35:42 PM RippenFan33
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* BaitAndSwitch: The episode leads the viewer into thinking Kim decided to use the holo-Kim to entertain Larry while she went with Ron to visit Fiske, only to reveal it was, in fact, the opposite.



* BaitAndSwitch: The episode leads the viewer into thinking Kim decided to use the holo-Kim to entertain Larry while she went with Ron to visit Fiske, only to reveal at the end it was the opposite.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Bates, Fiske's loyal servant, is never seen with him again after this episode.

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* BaitAndSwitch: The episode leads the viewer into thinking Kim decided to use the holo-Kim to entertain Larry while she went with Ron to visit Fiske, only to reveal at the end it was the opposite.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Bates, Fiske's loyal servant, is never seen with him again after this episode.episode.
* NoodleIncident: Kim apparently once helped the military with something.



* VerbThis: "Monkey this, you hairy freak!"



--> '''Monkey Fist:''' So, now you know my secret; which you will take to your graves.

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--> '''Monkey Fist:''' So, now you know my secret; secret, which you will take to your graves.
20th Jul '15 12:32:40 PM RippenFan33
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Kim helps archaeologist Monty Fiske retrieve an ancient monkey idol from an ancient site protected with an [[ShoutOut Indiana-Jonesesque]] series of {{death trap}}s. Unfortunately, the idol is then stolen by a mysterious ninja.

Meanwhile, Kim's gamer-geek cousin Larry is coming for a visit, and Kim is expected to spend some time with him, much to her dismay. This complicates the problem of tracking down the idol -- Team Possible needs to talk to Fiske in order to get some leads on the subject, but that will be difficult unless Kim can find a way to be in two places at once....

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After saving a baby eagle, Kim helps is happy to learn she missed out on game night with her cousin Larry, a geek she does not get along with. Later, she is recruited to help archaeologist Monty Fiske retrieve an ancient monkey idol from an ancient site protected with an [[ShoutOut Indiana-Jonesesque]] series of {{death trap}}s.trap}}s. While Ron suspects Fiske is "500 miles of bad road," Kim chalks up his suspicion to his dislike of monkeys, and completes the task. Unfortunately, the idol is then stolen by a mysterious ninja.

Unknown to Kim, the ninja was Fiske himself, a master of "Tai Shing Pek War" (Monkey Kung-Fu) who wanted the statue, as it was one of four that would grant him "mystic monkey power." Meanwhile, Kim's gamer-geek cousin Larry after game night is coming for a visit, and rescheduled, Kim is expected laments over having to spend some time with him, much to Larry, until Wade unveils his new invention the "holo-Kim" which would allow her dismay. This complicates to skip the problem of tracking down game night. After learning more about the idol -- Team Possible needs statue, Kim decides to talk pay a visit to Fiske in order to get some leads on the subject, but hopes that will be difficult unless he'll help them, while the holo-Kim is dispatched to entertain Larry.

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Kim can find a way & Ron arrive, however, Fiske suspects them of knowing of his involvement in the theft and, now calling himself Monkey Fist, decides to be destroy them. Ron then learns the Kim with him is the hologram while the real one is with Larry and makes a break for it. Back at Larry's Kim learns of Fiske's obsession with monkey kung-fu from Larry and realizes Ron is in two places at once....
danger; using the Kimmunicator, Larry reminds Ron of a clue from the game ''Fortress'' ("to defeat the Cloud Guardian, you must drink from his enchanted pool"). Realizing what that means, Ron exposes himself to mystic monkey power and defeats the sinister simian. Later, Kim tells both guys how proud she is of them, before leaving them alone to their geeky activities.




* ProperlyParanoid: Ron was right when he said he felt that Fiske was 'bad road'.

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* BaitAndSwitch: The episode leads the viewer into thinking Kim decided to use the holo-Kim to entertain Larry while she went with Ron to visit Fiske, only to reveal at the end it was the opposite.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Bates, Fiske's loyal servant, is never seen with him again after this episode.
* ProperlyParanoid: Ron was right when he said he felt that Fiske was 'bad road'."500 miles of bad road."
* SoProudOfYou: Kim tells Larry & Ron this at the end.
* SpitTake: Kim makes one after he dad announces that they've rescheduled game night with Larry.


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* TemptingFate:
--> ''(Kim enters a temple chamber filled with spikes and other hazards)''
--> '''Kim:''' ''(sarcastically)'' Gee, where are the snakes? ''(snakes immediately emerge from wall)'' I was just being sarcastic!


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* YouKnowTooMuch: Monkey Fist says a variation of this:
--> '''Monkey Fist:''' So, now you know my secret; which you will take to your graves.
--> '''Ron:''' How do you know? A lot can happen in 70 or 80 years. (Fist growls at him) Oh yeah, okay.
4th Jun '15 9:05:56 AM Eddy1215
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* UnusualUninterestingSight: This is what Ron thought of seeing a ninja in camp, much to his relief instead of a monkey. Kim, on the other hand, upon seeing him with the monkey statue...

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* UnusualUninterestingSight: UnusuallyUninterestingSight: This is what Ron thought of seeing a ninja in camp, much to his relief instead of a monkey. Kim, on the other hand, upon seeing him with the monkey statue...
4th Jun '15 9:04:26 AM Eddy1215
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* UnusualUninterestingSight: This is what Ron thought of seeing a ninja in camp, much to his relief instead of a monkey. Kim, on the other hand, upon seeing him with the monkey statue...
10th Apr '15 4:12:56 PM Eddy1215
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* ProperlyParanoid: Ron was right when he said he felt that Fiske was 'bad road'.
6th Jun '14 7:20:54 AM SteveMB
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* TwoTimerDate: Kim uses Wade's hologram projector to solve her scheduling conflict. [[spoiler:At first, it seems that she sent the hologram to keep Larry company, but it turns out that Wade actually sent the hologram along with Ron while Kim kept her commitment to Larry. It seemed like a good idea when they thought the mission was just talking to a friendly archaeologist....]]

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* TwoTimerDate: Kim uses Wade's hologram projector to solve her solves Kim's scheduling conflict. [[spoiler:At first, it seems that she sent the hologram to keep Larry company, but it turns out that Wade actually sent the hologram along with Ron while Kim kept her commitment to Larry. Worse, he did this on his own initiative without telling Kim. It seemed like a good idea when they thought the mission was just talking to a friendly archaeologist....]]]]
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6th Jun '14 7:18:24 AM SteveMB
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* SpoilerOpening: Monkey Fist appears in the opening credits sequence from the very first episode, tipping off the viewer that Monty Fiske is actually one of the major villains.
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