Recap / Kim Possible S 2 E 11 Exchange
Middleton High is participating in a week long exchange student program, and Ron is chosen for it. While the school gets Hirotaka, a handsome, motorcycle riding Japanese student, Ron is sent to the mysterious Yamanouchi School in Japan. There, he learns the school trains its' students in the art of Tai Shing Pek Kwar, note
and falls for a beautiful young student named Yori, while earning the enmity of Fukushima, another student. Back at Middleton, Hirotaka has managed to attract nearly all the girls in town, save Kim and her friend, Monique.
In Japan, Ron finds himself failing all of the ninja lessons and begins to question his place in the school, planning to leave until the school is attacked and the Lotus Blade, a powerful sword, is stolen. Learning Yori went out to retrieve it, Ron decides to follow her. Tracking her into the mountains, he finds Monkey Fist has stolen the sword note
and rescues Yori, who tells him that Fukushima turned against the school and helped the villain steal it, leading to both being captured. Meanwhile, Kim and Monique soon fall for Hirotaka's charms, and try to convince the other to date him, but that soon leads to both of them competing with each other for his affections.
Ron and Yori are suspended over a pit of lava, but manage to escape, thanks to Rufus, and ride down the mountain to safety. Monkey Fist & Fukushima follow them, and, during the battle, the Lotus Blade falls into a crevice, after which the Yamanouchi students show up to save the day. Ron apologizes for losing the sword, but Sensei tells him he can summon it to return, which he does (destroying a building in the process). Back in Middleton, Hirotaka prepares to leave after saying goodbye to his "number one girlfriend," who turns out to be Bonnie—Kim and Monique reconcile, acknowledging that it was really stupid of them to actually risk their friendship over some guy.
After Ron & Rufus arrive, Kim asks them how their trip was, but, having been sworn to secrecy, Ron replies simply with "same old, same old."
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