History Recap / KimPossibleS1E20RonTheMan

5th Aug '16 10:50:34 PM SteveMB
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'''Drakken:''' ''Please'', Hench never gives free anything. He... ''(understanding dawns)'' ...oh, you mean ''stealing'', don't you?\\

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'''Drakken:''' ''Please'', Hench never gives free anything. He... ''(understanding dawns)'' ...oh, you mean ''stealing'', ''[[EuphemismBuster stealing]]'', don't you?\\
27th Mar '16 12:56:39 PM Eddy1215
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-->'''Kim''': [[PoliceAreUseless Well, I guess]] [[TheOnlyOne they were wrong!]]

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-->'''Kim''': [[PoliceAreUseless Well, I guess]] [[TheOnlyOne they were thought wrong!]]
27th Mar '16 11:04:09 AM Eddy1215
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* {{Irony}}: Drakken says this when he finds out that the inducer creates a vortex the size of Nevada, which is where they are.



-->'''Kim''': [[PoliceAreUseless Well, I guess]] [[TheOnlyOne they were wrong!]]



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12th Feb '16 3:24:15 PM DVB
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* ArmsDealer: Jack Hench is a kid-friendly version of the concept.

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* ArmsDealer: Jack Hench is a kid-friendly version of the concept.concept; he provides supervillains with the technology and the like for their schemes. Heck, it's where the term ''hench''men came from!



* MusclesAreMeaningless: Ron becomes a mass of muscle after putting on one of Jack Hench's rings, but Kim and Shego still do most of the actual fighting... and Ron saves the day by taking ''off'' the ring to restore his normal skinny build so he can reach far enough into the ductwork.

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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Ron becomes a mass of muscle after putting on one of Jack Hench's rings, but Kim and Shego still do most of the actual fighting...fighting (though Ron does keep plenty of the beefy henchman distracted in a massive dogpile)... and Ron saves the day by taking ''off'' the ring to restore his normal skinny build so he can reach far enough into the ductwork.



* SaveTheVillain: Kim rather reluctantly agrees to recover the muscle-enhancing rings stolen from Jack Hench.

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* SaveTheVillain: Kim rather reluctantly agrees to recover the muscle-enhancing rings stolen from Jack Hench.Hench, if only to keep said tech out of Drakken's hands.
7th Feb '16 8:10:45 PM Theriocephalus
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* TheElevatorFromIpanema: While Kim and Ron are in the waiting room at HenchCo, a Ipanema version of the show's ThemeSong is heard.

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* TheElevatorFromIpanema: While Kim and Ron are in the waiting room at HenchCo, [=HenchCo=], a Ipanema version of the show's ThemeSong is heard.
24th Jul '15 1:55:41 AM rafi
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* PaletteSawap: The [=HenchCo=] goons that Kim fights use the same design as Drakken's muscularly enhanced henchmen, just with purple jumpsuits instead of red.

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* PaletteSawap: PaletteSwap: The [=HenchCo=] goons that Kim fights use the same design as Drakken's muscularly enhanced henchmen, just with purple jumpsuits instead of red.
23rd Jul '15 3:44:50 PM RippenFan33
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After learning that his Bar Mitzvah certificate wasn't signed, Ron begins to doubt if he's a real man. Meanwhile, Drakken uses stolen muscle enhancing technology in an attempt to seize a Pan Dimensional Vortex Inducer from his rival Professor Dementor.

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After learning that In a mountain research facility in the Rockies, Drakken and company attempt to steal the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer, only to find it has already been stolen by his Bar Mitzvah [[TheRival rival]] supervillain, Professor Dementor. Back at Middleton High, Barkin is replacing yet another teacher and listens to the personal history reports of the class. Ron involves his becoming a man at his bar mitzvah, but Barkin points out his certificate wasn't was never signed, and that, combined with being told "the ideal man is big and/or strong," makes Ron begins feel inadequate.

Soon he and Kim are recruited by Jack Hench, owner of [=HenchCo=], which produces henchmen and weapons for villains,
to doubt if he's a real man. recover some molecular muscle enhancers that Shego stole for Drakken. Taking the last one for himself, Ron uses it to gain muscles and revels in his newfound masculinity. Meanwhile, Drakken uses stolen muscle enhancing technology tracks Dementor to Las Vegas and heads there to recover the device, with Kim & Ron soon tracking him there as well, using the signal put out by the enhancers. The three parties engage in an attempt to seize battle for the device, with Ron crashing a Pan Dimensional Vortex Inducer from rabbinical conference attended by Rabbi Katz, who oversaw his rival Professor Dementor.

bar mitzvah.

Eventually, the battle ends with Drakken accidentally activating the Inducer, and he tosses it into a vent, but the machine is still powerful enough to destroy the entire state. Ron attempts to retrieve it, but his muscles won't allow him to fit in the vent. Kim & Rabbi Katz convince him he doesn't need the muscles to be a man, and he deactivates the ring, shutting off the inducer and saving the day. Back in Middleton, Rabbi Katz signs the certificate, to Ron and his parents happiness.

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This episode contains examples of:

* AnimationBump: This episode is much better animated than any of the other episodes of season 1, looking identical to those of the following season.



--> '''Ron:''' Sometimes.
--> '''Barkin:''' Frequently.
* FacePalm: Kim & Shego both give one after Drakken accidentally activates the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer.



* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Kim was pretty annoyed to find out about Dementor's theft of the Pan Dimensional Vortex Inducer only after she and Ron had tracked down Drakken who was after it as well. Apparently, the local, federal, and international law enforcement thought they could do the job without her.

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* InsistentTerminology: It's always referred to as the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer, no shortened version or abbreviation.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Kim was pretty annoyed to find out about Dementor's theft of the Pan Dimensional Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer only after she and Ron had tracked down Drakken who was after it as well. Apparently, the local, federal, and international law enforcement thought they could do the job without her.


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* PaletteSawap: The [=HenchCo=] goons that Kim fights use the same design as Drakken's muscularly enhanced henchmen, just with purple jumpsuits instead of red.
* PercussiveMaintenance: Ron shuts down the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer by hitting it against the side of the ducts.
7th Jul '15 3:54:16 PM Eddy1215
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* TheElevatorFromIpanema: While Kim and Ron are in the waiting room at HenchCo, a Ipanema version of the show's ThemeSong is heard.
8th Jun '15 2:39:27 PM MarkLungo
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6th Jun '15 11:08:31 AM SteveMB
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* UnusualEuphemism: After Drakken complains about Jack Hench's prices, Shego suggests an alternative approach:
-->'''Shego:''' All right, I'll infiltrate his research facility and, you know, maybe I can find some "free samples".\\
'''Drakken:''' ''Please'', Hench never gives free anything. He... ''(understanding dawns)'' ...oh, you mean ''stealing'', don't you?\\
'''Shego:''' Doy!
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