Pair of Kings (2010-2013) was a Disney XD Original Series, which revolved around Boomer (Doc Shaw) and Brady (Mitchel Musso) orphaned twin brothers who soon discover that their parents were rulers of an island called Kinkow, and the twins become the next rulers as well.Other characters include:
Lanny (Ryan Ochoa): The twins' cousin and the next in line for the throne. He deeply despises Boomer and Brady and often tries come up with ways to get rid of them. Boomer and Brady never realize their cousin's true colors. He is the main antagonist of the series.
Mason Makoola (Geno Segers): The Royal Secretary, head of security, and was a loyal friend to Brady and Boomer's parents. He often serves as a role model for the twins, and usually solves the problems they cause.
Mikayla Makoola (Kelsey Chow): Mason's teenage daughter and Brady's love interest. She is shown to be very skilled with swords, and is also the best trained royal bodyguard in the kingdom.
The third season introduced Boz (Adam Hicks) as a long lost brother to Boomer and Brady, thus making the twins actually triplets. After Brady leaves the island following a breakup with Mikayla (it's explained in the show that he was allowed to leave as he wasn't one of the "true" kings note In reality, Musso had been kicked off following a DUI. Oddly he kept his role on Phineas and Ferb). Boz takes his place as co-king of the island after a storm shipwrecks him and his people of a neighboring island near the kingdom.
Action Girl: Oh so very much Mikayla. One episode uses her inability to stop acting like one as a plot point.
Adult Fear: Imagine being the triplet's parents. One son was lost in a storm and presumed dead, the other two had to be sent away for their own good, and the parents didn't even live to the day when their sons returned.
Assumed Win: Lanny was so sure he'd win the King For a Day contest (helped by the fact he stuffed the ballot box with his name) he started shouting an order as soon as the winner had been announced before realizing he didn't win.
Bigger Bad: Yamakoshi is arguably the real schemer for the kings' downfall. This has importance later on, since he is really the evil twin of the first king
Kaita the bat-rider, who was the malicious leader of the tarantula people who was imprisoned in the form of a mummy until Boz sneezed on him in combination with the bat medallion, causing him to terrorize Kinkow once more. He was also the killer of the kings' parents!
Big "NO!": When Lanny learned there was another cousin he needed to get rid of to become King of Kinkow, he would have shouted one but somebody hit him with a coconut.
Bilingual Bonus: Quite possibly unintentional, but the evil king's name is Kalakai. In Finnish Kala means Fish which is exactly what the evil king is.
Blessed with Suck: Brady and Boomer have "twinstinc t", which causes both of them to feel pain when one of them is hurt.
Broken Aesop: The "Dinner for Squonks" episode arguably warns about respecting the attitudes of other cultures. However, the Squonks, while nice and well-meaning, did not respect the kings' culture, as they forced Brady and Boomer to do things that were disgusting for humans (assuming the Squonks are not human - it was implied they aren't by the way a Squonk with a human-looking and Squonk-sized twin said that twin was human).
Butt Monkey: In several episodes, Lanny fills this role.
Mahama in pretty much every episode he appears in. Heck he's almost as much of one as Kopelman. From almost being blamed in his first appearance, Publicly humiliated in Masons humiliation ceremony, attacked by the king-hating Viking spirit while it's posessing Boomer, got turned into one of The evil wizard's Zombie minions and so much more.
The Chosen One: Brady and Boomer may be the Kings of Legend, who will bring peace and prosperity back to the island. Brady and Mason believe it, while Boomer, the Elders, and even the oracular Lady of the Cave have their doubts.
Clingy Jealous Brother: Boz acts like this when Boomer reunites with his girlfriend in a recent episode, ends up with him crying alone in a room full of banana peels.
Clip Show/Courtroom Episode: Brady and Boomer were taken to court for blowing up the royal castle. (They were innocent.) The trial used a magic stone that showed memories of anyone who touched it.
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Brady and Boomer can kick surprising amounts of ass when Mason and Mikayla aren't there to bail them out. "The Prom", "Kings of Legend, pt. 2", and Sleep Ninja Brady are prime examples.
Damned by Faint Praise: Boomer is given a plague that reads 'your dancing makes others feel better about themselves'.
Boz also has traces of this: "Wow, tough childhood. When I was five I was naked and living in a tree."
Disproportionate Retribution: During Lanny's first brief stint as the King of Kinkow, he sent someone to the dungeons for defeating him in a checkers game years ago; another one for growing faster than him; several people, for unspecified reasons, to the dungeons, moss and tar pits (mostly the dungeons). And, if not for the fact the titular kings returned, we'd know what he had in mind for people he didn't like.
Later on, Lanny is temporarily alloted his own kingdom on the smallest of Kinkow's islands (which he deems Lanada). Everyone is impressed how quickly he fills up his dungeon.
The same episode has this exchange, complete with Boomer and Brady noticeably bouncing up and down rather excitedly.
Mermaid: We all want you... Boomer: Go on. Mermaid: To take your little human feet... Brady: I'm with you. And... Mermaid: Get your kingly butts out of this castle! Boomer: *very excitedly* Okay, then what?!
Also, when Lanny meets a mermaids, who just acquired her legs, he says, "You're awfully tall. Some guys might find that intimidating for precisely the same reason I find it exciting."
"Big Kings on Campus" had Brady say he has a man-crush on Tristan, Mikayla's friend. He was lying, but still...
Boomer: Those spikes look like they could turn men into women.
Brady wears a tushie cup. I think we all know what that was supposed to be.
In "Oh Brother, Where Arr Thou?", the twins give Two-Peg a purple nurple at the end.
In "Kings Of Legend, Pt.2", the twins camp out in the jungle. When they wake up, they're in a... suggestive position. It wouldn't have been as bad if Boomer didn't say something like this to Brady:
Boomer: Why are you spooning me?
Happily Adopted: Boz was found by a nice ape family and raised as one of them until he was ten. He's seen keeping in touch with them and still considers himself a monkey at some point.
Interestingly, he rarely recalls his time in Mindu, but speaks fondly very often about his childhood with the ape family
Heel-Face Turn: Rebecca Dawson's dad during his backstory, who was a traitorous shaman of the tarantula people, and Lanny at the end of "Long Live the Kings"
Knife Nut: Mikayla really, REALLY, likes machetes. In one episode, knowing she might have reason to use one on Lanny, she gets extremely creepy and starts muttering about "shock and awe" while pondering her favorite machete, Stabitha.
She also owns a pocket machete, apparently.
In one episode, Boomer intends to lure her out by yelling out "Who wants free machetes?!"
Kicked up to 11 in "The Prom" when Mikayla exchanges her usual attire for a prom dress.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: In the first episode, Boomer and Brady shatter the special, magical crystal of the island, causing the island to shake and the volcano to become active. It gets better, however, as the twins get a new crystal.
In "Kings of Legend", their efforts to move the Taken for GraniteBig Bad away from the island's dark side cause the statue to slide into the dark side, reviving him.
Brady and Boomer weren't the series' only example. There was also a set of twins that happen to be a human and a Squonk. Even if the Squonk twin didn't describe the other one as "human" in a way that implied it to be a difference between them, just look at them and you'll see they fit the trope.
Overprotective Dad: Mason is this to Mikayla. It's made worse with the fact he's this ripped guy with a HUGE machete. It's not looking so good for guys who want to ask Mikayla out...
Kinkow traditions states that before you have to ask out a girl you have to get her father's permission... by surviving a night in the forest playing the Most Dangerous Game. The guy gets hunted down by the girl's father. No wonder Mikayla doesn't have a boyfriend...
Picked Last: Inverted Before any team captain would pick either of the titular Kings at school, they'd pick the girl walking on crutches and the janitor.
Put on a Bus: At the end of the second season, Mitchel Musso as Brady (who had been arrested for DUI) was written out of the show as moving back to Chicago following a breakup with Mikalya, and replaced by Adam Hicks as Boz.
The Clip Show suggests it's the same vase being repaired every time. The Kings placed on it a magical stone that shows memories of people who touch it and the stone showed memories of the vase being broken. And yes, after that, the vase gave in to the stone's weight.
When Boomer and Boz went to Chicago to visit Rebecca Dawson and her Dad, Boz intentionally broke Mr. Dawson's vase under the belief it'd repair itself as well.
Sure, Let's Go with That: After a giant spider is destroyed and the Kings got dirtied by it. When Brady asked asked Boomer if that's the reason Boomer said he needed a change of underwear, Boomer hesitated before answering 'Yes'.
When Mikayla got stuck with Brady in his body and Lanny in Boomer's (long story), Boomer assumed it was Mikayla making Brady skip like a girl and the trope came into play.
Taken for Granite: The evil wizard from the "Kings Of Legend" episodes was turned to stone a long time ago...then he got revived. Then, he got turned back to stone.
Token White: Brady in the main cast. Boz takes over this role in season 3.
Took a Level in Badass: The kings subtly, while their attitudes towards danger hasn't changed the fact that they are willing to face it and actually succeed in defeating some adversaries on their own shows that they have gotten better.
The Unreveal: Nobody knows who the eldest twin is. This is the reason Brady and Boomer equally share the power as the Kings of Kinkow instead of the elder twin being the only king.
The Usurper: Lanny tries to get rid of the Kings. He briefly tasted victory when he told them they could save the island. by throwing themselves into Mount Vomit for sacrifice. They instead got a McGuffin so, until he and the people saw his cousins alive, he was the King. That time when Brady and Boomer left in shame after accidentally helping Zadoc to escape doesn't count because Lanny had no role in their leaving.
Vomit Indiscretion Shot/Vomit Discretion Shot: When the twins and the king for a day are in the nest of the giant prehistoric-like bird, they think that its going to speak to them. Cue a squick inducing pinkish deluge splattering on the twins. On another note...they LIKED it.
Wanted Poster: Brady's criminal alter ego "Scirocco" had his picture in a wanted poster reading "Barely Alive".
Wealthy Yacht Owner: When Brady and Boomer were arguing about each other's spending habits, Boomer called Brady out for having a yacht collection. Brady told Boomer to stop at this point because, as Kings, they might take the arguing way further otherwise.
Who Would Want to Watch Us?: King Brady and King Boomer invited the host of one of their favorite shows to the island. When complaining about the island's weirdnesses to his agent, he was asked about making a series off it and he didn't find it a good idea.