History Recap / KimPossibleS2E3TwoToTutor

12th Oct '15 9:39:32 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Lampshaded by Ron when he and Kim meet the actual Granny Crockett, and Ron points out that she looks way to young to be "Granny" Crockett.
Granny Crockett certainly looks way younger than the woman on the cookie packages.

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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Lampshaded by Ron when he and Kim meet the actual Granny Crockett, and Ron points out that she looks way to young to be "Granny" Crockett.
Crockett. Justified in that Granny Crockett certainly looks way younger than the woman on the cookie packages. got cosmetic surgery to make herself look younger, as implied by this line:



* IThoughtItMeant: Upon hearing its name, Ron assumed that Home Economics was about financial planning.

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* IThoughtItMeant: Upon hearing its name, Ron initially assumed that Home Economics was about financial planning. planning--but Kim informs him that it's actually about cooking.



* SupremeChef: Ron's cooking is so good that the students desert the cafeteria in favor of "Chez Ron" and clamor to get into home economics class.

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* SupremeChef: Ron's cooking is so good that the students (and even the lunch lady) desert the cafeteria in favor of "Chez Ron" and clamor to get into home economics class.
6th Oct '15 6:10:15 AM TMNTFanGirl
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Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, Bonnie ends up getting the last spot in photography, and their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom (the schools Home Economics-teacher retired six years earlier and nobody had taken the class since then). However, Ron turns out to have a knack for cooking, so Barkin turns the class over to him, while Kim struggles with the class. Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy, and hires Shego to tutor him.

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Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, Bonnie ends up getting the last spot in photography, and their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom (the schools school's Home Economics-teacher retired six years earlier and nobody had taken the class since then). However, Ron turns out to have a knack for cooking, so Barkin turns the class over to him, while Kim struggles with the class. Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy, and hires Shego to tutor him.
6th Oct '15 6:09:51 AM TMNTFanGirl
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Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, Bonnie ends up getting the last spot in photography, so their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom. However, Ron turns out to have a knack for cooking, so Barkin turns the class over to him, while Kim struggles with the class. Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy, and hires Shego to tutor him.

After getting off to a slow start, Junior begins to improve, but Senior becomes jealous of the relationship the two have and misses teaching his son the finer points of villainy. Meanwhile, Ron becomes enough of a chef that he's given control of the food at Middleton High, with an embarrassed Kim as his helper. Much later, Junior hones his skills enough, Shego decides that he's ready to test his skills in the field by pulling off a caper -- stealing the secret recipe for Granny Crocket's chocolate-chip cookies.

Figuring out what the pair is up to, Kim & Ron attempt to warn Granny, but are dismissed, (as a disguised Senior already tipped them off), and they are confident their security can handle things. The two villains effortlessly make it through the security, only to find Team Possible waiting for them. During the fight, Kim uses the advice Ron taught her to escape a giant mixer, and Shego & Junior are sent to jail. But the police pilot turns out to be Senior, who dismisses Shego of her tutor duties. Back at school, Ron's restaurant is closed down, but Kim gets a little bit better at cooking, thanks to his training.

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Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, Bonnie ends up getting the last spot in photography, so and their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom.classroom (the schools Home Economics-teacher retired six years earlier and nobody had taken the class since then). However, Ron turns out to have a knack for cooking, so Barkin turns the class over to him, while Kim struggles with the class. Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy, and hires Shego to tutor him.

After getting off to a slow start, Junior begins to improve, but Senior becomes jealous of the relationship the two have and misses teaching his son the finer points of villainy. Meanwhile, Ron becomes enough of a chef that he's given control of the food at Middleton High, with an embarrassed Kim as his helper. Much later, Junior hones his skills enough, Shego decides that he's ready to test his skills in the field by pulling off a caper -- stealing heist of the secret recipe for most valuable, heavily guarded thing in the world: [[BaitAndSwitch Granny Crocket's chocolate-chip cookies.

Crockett's famous chocolate chip cookie recipe]].

Figuring out what the pair is up to, Kim & and Ron attempt to warn Granny, Granny Crockett, but are dismissed, dismissed (as a disguised Senior already tipped them off), and they are they're confident that their security can handle things. The two villains effortlessly make it through the security, only to find Team Possible waiting for them. During the fight, Kim uses the advice Ron taught her to escape a giant mixer, and Shego & Junior are sent to jail. But the police pilot turns out to be Senior, who dismisses Shego of her tutor duties. duties.

Back at school, Ron's restaurant is closed down, down (due to the health department seeing Rufus serving food), but Kim gets a little bit reveals that half the MHS-student body wants to take Home Economics and she's gotten much better at cooking, thanks to his training.
cooking through Ron's tutoring.



* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: The Texan at Granny Crockett's place does this to Kim (in addition to calling her little missy).
* BoringReturnJourney: Subverted. The episode begins with Kim and Ron parachuting out of a plane. The audience assumes that they're headed for a mission, but in fact they're headed back to school.
* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: Señor Senior Senior, annoyed at being shut out as Shego works with Junior, sends a video warning to the target of their upcoming heist. He records the message in a dark room with only his eyes showing... until Junior barges in and turns on the lights.

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* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: The Texan at Granny Crockett's place does this to Kim (in addition to calling her little missy)."little missy").
* BoringReturnJourney: Subverted. The episode begins with Kim and Ron parachuting out of a plane. The audience assumes that they're headed for a mission, but in fact they're headed back to school.
school ''from'' a mission.
* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: Señor Senior Senior, annoyed at being shut out as Shego works with Junior, sends a video warning to the target of their upcoming heist. He records the message in a dark room with only his eyes showing... until Junior barges in and turns on the lights.



* DumbassHasAPoint: When Shego can't think of a suitable field test for Junior's training, Junior suggests doing a web search for "really valuable" and "heavily guarded", which leads them to select Granny Crocket's recipe as their target.

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* DumbassHasAPoint: When Shego can't think of a suitable field test for Junior's training, Junior suggests doing a web search for "really valuable" and "heavily guarded", guarded," which leads them to select Granny Crocket's recipe as their target.



* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Granny Crockett certainly looks way younger than the woman on the cookie packages.

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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Lampshaded by Ron when he and Kim meet the actual Granny Crockett, and Ron points out that she looks way to young to be "Granny" Crockett.
Granny Crockett certainly looks way younger than the woman on the cookie packages.
28th Jul '15 7:27:50 PM RippenFan33
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28th Jul '15 7:27:49 PM RippenFan33
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* DepartmentofRedundancyDepartment: When picking electives, you should, as Ron notes have a backup and a backup for your backup.

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* DepartmentofRedundancyDepartment: DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: When picking electives, you should, as Ron notes have a backup and a backup for your backup.
28th Jul '15 7:27:07 PM RippenFan33
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* DepartmentofRedundanyDepartment: When picking electives, you should, as Ron notes have a backup and a backup for your backup.

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* DepartmentofRedundanyDepartment: DepartmentofRedundancyDepartment: When picking electives, you should, as Ron notes have a backup and a backup for your backup.



* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Granny Crockett certainly doesn't look like the old woman on her cookie packages.

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* EvilPlan: Shego says this is the most important thing an evil villain must have.
* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Granny Crockett certainly doesn't look like looks way younger than the old woman on her the cookie packages.



* EvilPlan: Shego says this is the most important thing an evil villain must have.



** When he sets up "Chez Ron" in the school, he uses his trademark phrase "booyah" not unlike EmerilLagasse.

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** When he sets up "Chez Ron" in the school, he uses his trademark phrase "booyah" not unlike EmerilLagasse.Emeril Lagasse.
28th Jul '15 7:24:50 PM RippenFan33
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Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom. However, Ron turns out to have a knack for it, and helps Kim through her difficulties.

Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy. He hires Shego to tutor him. After getting off to a slow start, he improves to the point where Shego decides that he's ready to test his skills in the field by pulling off a caper -- stealing the secret recipe for Granny Crocket's chocolate-chip cookies.

to:

Kim and Ron hurry back to school after a mission, hoping to sign up for their preferred elective classes. However, Bonnie ends up getting the last spot in photography, so their only remaining option is Home Economics. At first, the class looks hopeless, with the two of them as the only students in a dusty deserted classroom. However, Ron turns out to have a knack for it, and helps cooking, so Barkin turns the class over to him, while Kim through her difficulties.

struggles with the class. Meanwhile, Señor Senior Senior decides that Junior needs some lessons in proper villainy. He villainy, and hires Shego to tutor him. him.

After getting off to a slow start, he improves Junior begins to improve, but Senior becomes jealous of the point where relationship the two have and misses teaching his son the finer points of villainy. Meanwhile, Ron becomes enough of a chef that he's given control of the food at Middleton High, with an embarrassed Kim as his helper. Much later, Junior hones his skills enough, Shego decides that he's ready to test his skills in the field by pulling off a caper -- stealing the secret recipe for Granny Crocket's chocolate-chip cookies.
cookies.

Figuring out what the pair is up to, Kim & Ron attempt to warn Granny, but are dismissed, (as a disguised Senior already tipped them off), and they are confident their security can handle things. The two villains effortlessly make it through the security, only to find Team Possible waiting for them. During the fight, Kim uses the advice Ron taught her to escape a giant mixer, and Shego & Junior are sent to jail. But the police pilot turns out to be Senior, who dismisses Shego of her tutor duties. Back at school, Ron's restaurant is closed down, but Kim gets a little bit better at cooking, thanks to his training.



* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: The Texan at Granny Crockett's place does this to Kim (in addition to calling her little missy).



* ContinuityNod: Francois and Le Goop hair gel are [[Recap/KimPossibleS1E3TheNewRon again featured in an episode with the Seniors]].
* DepartmentofRedundanyDepartment: When picking electives, you should, as Ron notes have a backup and a backup for your backup.



* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Granny Crockett certainly doesn't look like the old woman on her cookie packages.
--> '''Granny Crockett:''' Well, Granny had a little work done.
* EvilPlan: Shego says this is the most important thing an evil villain must have.



* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: A double version. While investigating the rash of robberies in Paris, Kim and Ron learn from each store that the thieves took a set of two burglary items...until the last store turned out to be Fracois', the hair stylist, and they learned that ''all'' of his hair gel was stolen.

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* IThoughtItMeant: Upon hearing its name, Ron assumed that Home Economics was about financial planning.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: A double version. While investigating the rash of robberies in Paris, Kim and Ron learn from each store that the thieves took a set of two burglary items...until the last store turned out to be Fracois', the hair stylist, and they learned that ''all'' of his hair gel was stolen. stolen.
* TheMagazineRule: "Villain's Digest? Bad guys have their own magazine?"


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* ShoutOut: [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack "That Kim, is why you fail"]].
** When he sets up "Chez Ron" in the school, he uses his trademark phrase "booyah" not unlike EmerilLagasse.
19th Jun '15 7:43:33 PM Eddy1215
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: A double version. While investigating the rash of robberies in Paris, Kim and Ron learn from each store that the thieves took a set of two burglary items...until the last store turned out to be Fracois', the hair stylist, and they learned that ''all'' of his hair gel was stolen.
1st Apr '15 7:30:58 AM SteveMB
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* PrivateTutor: Señor Senior Senior hires Shego to teach Junior how to be a proper villain.
18th Feb '15 3:12:09 PM SteveMB
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* NotMeThisTime: An indirect example. When Francois (from [[Recap/KimPossibleS1E3TheNewRon "The New Ron"]]) describes the duo who robbed his salon, he mentions a large but not terribly bright boy, who Kim correctly guesses to be SSJ. However, his partner was ''not'' SSS, but "a young lady" with "glowing green hands".


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* VillainTeamUp: Shego and Junior work with each other rather than their usual partners in crime.
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