Kim and Ron meet a teen named Felix (the son of one of Kim's dad's coworkers), who happens to be wheelchair bound—in a super high-tech wheelchair—and who turns out to have a lot in common with Ron. Ron starts spending a lot of time with Felix, and Kim starts feeling jealous of the friendship Ron forms with Felix.
This episode provides examples of:
- Borrowed Catchphrase: Kim tells Motor Ed to "seriously" stop calling her Red, complete with a Brief Accent Imitation of him.
- Brief Accent Imitation: Coupled with Borrowed Catchphrase when Kim demands Motor Ed to stop calling her Red. "Seriously."
- Digging Yourself Deeper: Lampshaded and acknowledged by Kim when she keeps falling into the Disabled Means Helpless trap when discussing Felix's condition.
- Disabled Means Helpless: Kim is initially awkward about Felix being in a wheelchair, and keeps trying to be over-helpful. Fortunately, he finds it more amusing than annoying (see the I Would Say If I Could Say entry below).
- I Would Say If I Could Say: While guarding the MacGuffin Motor Ed is after:Kim: Okay, Felix, you go stand watch.
Felix: You mean sit watch.
(Kim is utterly mortified at her faux pas.)
Felix: Kim, I'm just playing you.
- Open Mouth, Insert Foot: Kim just can't seem to stop herself from doing this when it comes to Felix and his condition. At least, initially.
- Super Wheelchair: Felix's wheelchair has a plethora of cool built-in gadgetry.