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* When Kuzco apologizes to Pacha after learning the truth about Yzma's plot to kill him. Just when Kuzco has resigned himself to being a llama permanently, he accidentally stumbles upon Pacha, who's telling his llamas the story of how Kuzco saved his life earlier. To his surprise, the latter doesn't chew him out or say "I told you so", but simply smiles, politely waves off the apology from Kuzco that he didn't require, and asks, "So, you tired of being a llama?"

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* When Kuzco apologizes to Pacha after learning the truth about Yzma's plot to kill him. Just when Kuzco has resigned himself to being a llama permanently, he accidentally stumbles upon Pacha, who's telling his llamas the story of how Kuzco saved his life earlier. For what Kuzco wanted to do to him, Pacha doesnít think heís a bad person, just someone confused about his direction in life. To his surprise, the latter doesn't chew him out or say "I told you so", but simply smiles, politely waves off the apology from Kuzco that he didn't require, and asks, "So, you tired of being a llama?"

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* Kronk enjoying his time in the restaurant as the new chef. Instead of begrudgingly going along with it because he accidentally got the chef to quit, he puts a lot of care into his dishes and gets the dishes out in a timely manner. Itís also worth mentioning that Kronk starts working there full-time in the sequel.


* While racing back to the palace, Kuzco seems worried about Pacha's family and questions if it was a good idea to leave Chicha and the kids behind to distract Kronk and Yzma. It's a small sign that he's finally developing empathy.

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* While A small-but-significant moment as Pacha and Kuzco are racing back to the palace, palace: Kuzco seems worried about Pacha's family expresses concern for Chicha and the kids and questions Pacha if he really thinks it was a good idea to leave Chicha and the kids them behind to distract Kronk and Yzma. It's a small sign that he's finally developing empathy.Yzma.


** Even ''the shoulder devil'' takes offense at the insult.
-->'''Devil!Kronk:''' That's it. ([[DramaticGunCock cocks his pitchfork like a gun]]) She's goin' down!

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** Even ''the shoulder devil'' [[EvenEvilHasStandards takes offense at the insult.
insult]].
-->'''Devil!Kronk:''' That's it. ([[DramaticGunCock cocks his pitchfork like a gun]]) [[HeelFaceTurn She's goin' down!down]]!

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**Not only that, she asks if anyone else needs to, and all of them say "No, we're good", ''then'' she orders a second attack.

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* Oh, and his summer home? [[spoiler: Just a simple hut. The only trace of "Kuzcotopia" at all is the building's model turned into a fancy birdbath]].


** And at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Chicha presents Kuzco with a homemade poncho of his own]].

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** And at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Chicha presents Kuzco with a homemade poncho of his own]].own. He looks like he has tears in his eyes when he receives it, as if it's the first time he's even gotten a heartfelt gift like that.]]


** When Ezma and Kronk visit Pacha's family, Kronk appears to genuinely bonds with Pacha's kids over jump rope. Unlike Ezma, Kronk shows no hostility towards Pacha's family even when they are locked up in a trunk

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** When Ezma Yzma and Kronk visit Pacha's family, Kronk appears to genuinely bonds bond with Pacha's kids over jump rope. Unlike Ezma, Yzma, Kronk shows no hostility towards Pacha's family family, even when they are locked up in a trunktrunk.

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* As they're leaving Pacha's house with the supplies they need, Kuzco takes a moment to compliment the appearance of Pacha's wife, Chicha. This coming from a guy who rudely dismissed an entire line-up of potential brides for not being pretty enough for his standards, it means either Kuzco has developed enough to acknowledge the merits of other people, or he thinks Chicha is ''just that beautiful.''


-->'''Devil!Kronk:''' That's it. ([[DramaticGunCock cocks his pitchfork like a gun) She's goin' down!

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-->'''Devil!Kronk:''' That's it. ([[DramaticGunCock cocks his pitchfork like a gun) gun]]) She's goin' down!

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-->'''Devil!Kronk:''' That's it. ([[DramaticGunCock cocks his pitchfork like a gun) She's goin' down!


** Including Kronk acting as if they ''are'' family -- saying "Let's not wait 'till the next family reunion to get together."
** Also, Kronk apparently genuinely bonding with Pacha's kids over jump rope.

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** Including When Ezma and Kronk acting as if visit Pacha's family, Kronk appears to genuinely bonds with Pacha's kids over jump rope. Unlike Ezma, Kronk shows no hostility towards Pacha's family even when they ''are'' are locked up in a trunk
** When Kronk is leaving Pacha's home, Kronk leaves on good terms and seems to genuinely forget the fact that he isn't related to Pacha's
family -- saying "Let's not wait 'till the next family reunion to get together."
** Also, During the end credits, Kronk apparently genuinely bonding with is running his own Squirrel scouts which include members of Pacha's kids over jump rope.family.
** In the sequel, when Pacha and his family come by to the diner where Kronk works, they greet him warmly and treat him as a dear friend.



** In the sequel, when Pacha and his family come by to the diner where Kronk works, they greet him warmly and treat him as a dear friend.


---> I gotta use that arm later!

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---> Whoa,Tiger! I gotta use that arm later!

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** At the beginning of the movie, Kuzco does not allow ''anyone'' to touch him, even in a friendly manner. At the end here, he lets the old man playfully punch him in the arm and plays it off.
---> I gotta use that arm later!


** During the climax, he chooses to save Pacha (for real) than get the vial. '''''That''''' is true CharacterDevelopment right there.

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** During the climax, he chooses to save Pacha (for real) rather than get the vial. '''''That''''' is true CharacterDevelopment right there.

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