History Recap / KimPossibleS1E16KimitationNation

6th Feb '16 10:04:26 PM Theriocephalus
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* CloningBlues: Obviously.



* EvilKnockoff[=/=]SendInTheClones: Drakken produces a batch of of Kim, Ron, and Rufus clones and sends them to attack Team Possible.

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* EvilKnockoff[=/=]SendInTheClones: EvilKnockoff: Drakken produces a batch of of Kim, Ron, creates the Kim clones under the reasoning that the best person to beat Kim Possible is Kim Possible herself. He creates the Ron and Rufus clones and by mistake when searching for Kim’s hair, but also sends them to attack fight Team Possible.Possible.
* ExpendableClone: All of the clones are killed off by the end of the episode, something nobody seems to notice. Granted, the clones spent the entire episode acting like rabid animals, so it might be they weren’t actually intelligent beings.
* KillerRabbit: The Commodore Poodle: small, cute, and psychotically aggressive.
--> Henchman: “So small--and yet so evil.”


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* NeverMyFault: After finding out that he cloned Bonnie instead of Kim, Drakken blames his terrified henchmen for bringing him the wrong DNA--despite having retrieved the sample himself.


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* SendInTheClones: Drakken produces batches of Bonnie, Kim, Ron, and Rufus clones and sends them to attack Team Possible.
21st Jul '15 12:11:31 PM RippenFan33
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Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her (having a no cloning clause in her contract) and walks off. While this is happening, Kleig creates a new fashion line based on Kim's mission clothes called "Kim Style," which becomes the new craze. However, Kim's attempt to take advantage of it to gain popularity fails, and she becomes fed up with it. At Drakken's lair, a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[EvilKnockoff who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]? Drakken then travels to Middleton to steal Kim's DNA, but gets Bonnie's instead, making a trio of clones.

Kim, Ron & Monique have a run in with one of the clones, eventually locking it in a dumpster, where it dissolves for some reason. Tracking Drakken to his mobile base, Kim battles him, but not before he creates clones of Ron, Rufus, & herself. Hiding from her clones, Kim learns from Wade, who earlier scanned the remains of the Bonnie clone, that soda can destroy them. Luring the clones to Bueno Nacho, Kim uses the soda machine to destroy them all, while Drakken escapes after Shego returns from her vacation, promising to never clone her. Eventually, "Kim Style" goes out of style, but Kleig presents her new fashion line based on Ron's casual clothes, with Rufus as model.

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Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her (having a no cloning clause in her contract) and walks off. While this is happening, Kleig creates a new fashion line based on Kim's mission clothes called "Kim Style," which becomes the new craze. However, Kim's attempt to take advantage of it to gain popularity fails, and she becomes fed up with it. At Drakken's lair, a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[EvilKnockoff who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]? Drakken then travels to Middleton to steal Kim's DNA, but gets Bonnie's instead, making a trio of clones.

instead; however, the clone is still vicious, so he decides to work with it.

Kim, Ron & Monique have a run in with one of the clones, eventually locking it in a dumpster, where it dissolves for some reason. Tracking Drakken to his mobile base, Kim battles him, but not before he creates clones of Ron, Rufus, & herself. Hiding from her clones, Kim learns from Wade, who earlier scanned the remains of the Bonnie clone, that soda can destroy them. Luring the clones to Bueno Nacho, Kim uses the soda machine to destroy them all, while Drakken escapes after Shego returns from her vacation, promising to never clone her. Eventually, "Kim Style" goes out of style, but Kleig presents her new fashion line based on Ron's casual clothes, with Rufus as the model.
21st Jul '15 12:10:12 PM RippenFan33
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Elsa Kleig is based on Elsa Klench, who hosts a show about fashion on Creator/[=CNN=]

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Elsa Kleig is based on Elsa Klench, who hosts a show about fashion on Creator/[=CNN=]CNN.


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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike:
--> '''Monique:''' You saved the Downloaded Music Awards, that's got to mean something here.
--> '''Ron:''' ''(slumping on table)'' And yet it doesn't, and it vexes me so.
--> ''(cut to Drakken's lair where he sits down behind his desk)''
--> '''Drakken:''' Kim Possible always defeats me ''(slumps in same way as Ron)'' and it vexes me so.
21st Jul '15 12:06:27 PM RippenFan33
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Elsa Kleig is based on Elsa Klench, who hosts a show about fashion on Creator/[=CNN=]
21st Jul '15 12:04:07 PM RippenFan33
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* ArsonMuderAndJaywalking: Drakken's clones are programmed with the lightning fast reflexes of a king cobra, the invincible strength of a rogue elephant, and the killer instinct of [[FluffyTheTerrible Commodore Puddles]] a cute, yet vicious poodle.

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* ArsonMuderAndJaywalking: ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Drakken's clones are programmed with the lightning fast reflexes of a king cobra, the invincible strength of a rogue elephant, and the killer instinct of [[FluffyTheTerrible Commodore Puddles]] a cute, yet vicious poodle.



* RecycledScript: This episode is very similar to the [[WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} Doug]] episode ''Doug's En Vogue'' as both episodes revolve around the titular character's look becoming a new fashion trend, and everyone thinking they're just following the trend instead of starting it. [[note]] Of course, the Doug episode didn't feature a mad scientist or clones. [[/note]] It's worth noting that Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough, who wrote this episode, also wrote for Doug.

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* RecycledScript: This episode is very similar to the [[WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} Doug]] episode ''Doug's En Vogue'' as both episodes revolve around the titular character's look becoming a new fashion trend, and everyone thinking they're just following the trend instead RuleOfThree: For some reason, Drakken makes three of starting it. [[note]] Of course, the Doug episode didn't feature a mad scientist or clones. [[/note]] It's worth noting that Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough, who wrote this episode, also wrote for Doug. each clone.
21st Jul '15 12:02:26 PM RippenFan33
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Kim, Ron & Monique have a run in with one of the clones, eventually locking it in a dumpster, where it dissolves for some reason. Tracking Drakken to his mobile base, Kim battles him, but not before he creates clones of Ron, Rufus, & herself. Hiding from her clones, Kim learns from Wade, who earlier scanned the remains of the Bonnie clone, that soda can destroy them. Luring the clones to Bueno Nacho, Kim uses the soda machine to destroy them all, while Drakken escapes after Shego returns from her vacation, promising to never clone her. Eventually, "Kim Style" goes out of style, but Kleig presents her new fashion line- that of Ron's casual clothes, with Rufus as model.

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Kim, Ron & Monique have a run in with one of the clones, eventually locking it in a dumpster, where it dissolves for some reason. Tracking Drakken to his mobile base, Kim battles him, but not before he creates clones of Ron, Rufus, & herself. Hiding from her clones, Kim learns from Wade, who earlier scanned the remains of the Bonnie clone, that soda can destroy them. Luring the clones to Bueno Nacho, Kim uses the soda machine to destroy them all, while Drakken escapes after Shego returns from her vacation, promising to never clone her. Eventually, "Kim Style" goes out of style, but Kleig presents her new fashion line- that of line based on Ron's casual clothes, with Rufus as model.



* CloningBlues

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* CloningBluesArsonMuderAndJaywalking: Drakken's clones are programmed with the lightning fast reflexes of a king cobra, the invincible strength of a rogue elephant, and the killer instinct of [[FluffyTheTerrible Commodore Puddles]] a cute, yet vicious poodle.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: One of the two henchmen Drakken brings with him.
* CloningBlues: Obviously.


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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Regarding his henchmen, Drakken says "to clone anyone of you would be a crime against humanity even I am incapable of."


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* LampshadeHanging: "Kim Possible, you are such a loser. I mean, you [[LimitedWardrobe wear that same stupid outfit, like, every day]].


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* RecycledScript: This episode is very similar to the [[WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} Doug]] episode ''Doug's En Vogue'' as both episodes revolve around the titular character's look becoming a new fashion trend, and everyone thinking they're just following the trend instead of starting it. [[note]] Of course, the Doug episode didn't feature a mad scientist or clones. [[/note]] It's worth noting that Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough, who wrote this episode, also wrote for Doug.


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* SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay: Kim is able to recognize the real Bonnie because "only you would insult me like that."
21st Jul '15 11:52:33 AM RippenFan33
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After a fairly routine (for them) mission thwarting Drakken and Shego's attempt to steal [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], Kim is noticed by a fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[EvilKnockoff who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]?

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After At school, Kim is complaining about the seniors and their exclusive table, which gets even worse when her [[SitcomArchNemesis nemesis, Bonnie Rockwaller]] is allowed to sit there, despite not being a fairly routine (for them) senior, due to wearing the latest fashion craze, pink pouf. Later, Kim goes on a mission thwarting Drakken to help scientist Dr. Fenster and Shego's attempt to steal protect [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], from being stolen by Drakken & Shego. During the course of the mission, Kim is noticed by a crash lands into the Downloaded Music Awards, where she catches the attention of fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. icon Elsa Kleig.

Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but her (having a no cloning clause in her contract) and walks off. While this is happening, Kleig creates a new fashion line based on Kim's mission clothes called "Kim Style," which becomes the new craze. However, Kim's attempt to take advantage of it to gain popularity fails, and she becomes fed up with it. At Drakken's lair, a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[EvilKnockoff who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]?
Possible]]? Drakken then travels to Middleton to steal Kim's DNA, but gets Bonnie's instead, making a trio of clones.

Kim, Ron & Monique have a run in with one of the clones, eventually locking it in a dumpster, where it dissolves for some reason. Tracking Drakken to his mobile base, Kim battles him, but not before he creates clones of Ron, Rufus, & herself. Hiding from her clones, Kim learns from Wade, who earlier scanned the remains of the Bonnie clone, that soda can destroy them. Luring the clones to Bueno Nacho, Kim uses the soda machine to destroy them all, while Drakken escapes after Shego returns from her vacation, promising to never clone her. Eventually, "Kim Style" goes out of style, but Kleig presents her new fashion line- that of Ron's casual clothes, with Rufus as model.
19th May '15 9:19:02 AM SteveMB
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* EvilKnockoff[=/=]SendInTheClones: Drakken produces a batch of of Kim, Ron, and Rufus clones and sends them to attacking Team Possible.

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* EvilKnockoff[=/=]SendInTheClones: Drakken produces a batch of of Kim, Ron, and Rufus clones and sends them to attacking attack Team Possible.
19th May '15 9:18:08 AM SteveMB
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After a fairly routine (for them) mission thwarting Drakken and Shego's attempt to steal [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], Kim is noticed by a fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[MirrorMatch who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]?

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After a fairly routine (for them) mission thwarting Drakken and Shego's attempt to steal [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], Kim is noticed by a fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[MirrorMatch [[EvilKnockoff who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible]]?


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* EvilKnockoff[=/=]SendInTheClones: Drakken produces a batch of of Kim, Ron, and Rufus clones and sends them to attacking Team Possible.
13th May '15 9:44:35 AM SteveMB
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After a fairly routine (for them) mission thwarting Drakken and Shego's attempt to steal [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], Kim is noticed by a fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible?

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After a fairly routine (for them) mission thwarting Drakken and Shego's attempt to steal [[MacGuffin another high-tech gadget]], Kim is noticed by a fashion designer, who uses her mission outfit as the basis for a new "Kim-Style" fashion that becomes all the rage. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a new {{evil plan}} -- producing an army of clones. He runs into a snag when Shego absolutely refuses to let him clone her, but a TV report on the new trend gives him the idea to clone Kim instead... after all, [[MirrorMatch who better to defeat Kim Possible than Kim Possible?
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