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Larry's Birthday
Production Number: 420
Season: 4
Executive Producer(s): Bob Schooley
Mark McCorkle
Writer(s): Kurt Weldon
Art Director(s): Steve Loter
Dialogue Director(s): Lisa Schaffer
Broadcast Information
US Broadcast Number:
85
Disney Channel US Premiere:
September 1, 2007
Merchandise
iTunes Releases:
Unknown

Characters (in order of appearance)

Plot Summary

Mission

Villains: Professor Dementor

Evil plot: Try to acquire Kim's Battle Suit, again by kidnapping Kim's boyfriend and sidekick as a hostage in exchange for it. Unfortunately, for Dementor, he decides to send his annoying brother in law, Byron to kidnap Ron. But Dementor can't recall Ron's name and has no visual reference of him for Byron to use, simply stating 'You see a guy with Kim Possible, who looks like he should not be with Kim Possible?  That is him!'. This leads to Byron capturing Larry instead of Ron.

Personal Storyline

Kim needs to keep her cousin Larry busy while her parents and Aunt June plan his surprise birthday party at the Possible house. Kim is not eager to take on the job, as she doesn't understand or share Larry's interests at all. After failing to convince Ron to entertain Larry while she babysits Hana for him, Kim accepts the job of tagging along with Larry on his birthday.

In the end she learns that even though his interests might not appeal to her they do have their virtues and tags along with Larry's belief that his being captured by Dementor was all Kim's idea to ensure he has a great birthday.

Quotes

Transcript

Main article: Larry's Birthday/Transcript

Memorable Quotes

"We can go out for ice-cream."
-Kim

Mrs. Stoppable: Thanks for helping Ron watch Hana. I hope she wasn't too much trouble.
Kim: Oh no. No trouble at all.
Ron: Except for the explosion.
Mrs. Stoppable: Explosion! Did you take your sister on a mission?!
Ron: No, no mission. Just an uh, uh... What was that word, Kim?
Kim: (Whispered) Recon.
Ron: Right. We took her on one of those. Perfectly safe. Not like a mission. Except for the lasers. (Kim grabbed Ron's arm, and hurried away.)
Mrs. Stoppable: There were lasers? (Hana laughs.)

"Now, that strange boy she is improbably dating is the key..."
- Professor Dementor (about Ron)

Shego: (reading the newspaper) Well, looks like Dementor won't be using the timeshare for a while...
Dr. Drakken: Ooo, what happened? Busted by Kim Possible?
Shego: No.
Dr. Drakken: Busted by her sidekick what's-his-name?
Shego: No.
Dr. Drakken: The naked mole rat?
Shego: No.
Dr. Drakken: (reading over her shoulder) "Cousin Larry". Hmm. Never heard of him.


Gallery

Team Possible's Clothes

Kim

Ron

Misc Images From Episode

Supplementary Information

Middleton High School Reader Board

Middleton High School does not feature in this episode.

Team Possible's Transportation

Kim's Car.

Allusions

  • While in the comic book store, Charlotte talks about a comic called the Green Llama. This is really a parody on the DC comic series and character called Green Lantern.

Trivia

  • We learn in the Cold Open sequence that Kim and Ron's houses are next door, with only a grey feature-less, door and window-less structure between them which appears to be a large shed and on the Possible property.
  • Although they appear in this one, Dr. Drakken and Shego both are not actual villains for this episode. Their only appearance was during the end credits as they commented on Dementor's defeat.
  • Instead of calling him a "Pink Weasel Thing", Drakken finally refers to Rufus as a Naked Mole Rat.
  • This episode shows only the second villain to use a timeshare lair. The only other villain to use one throughout the entire series was Dr. Drakken.
  • Apparently it is legal to own pumas, grizzly bears, and alligators as pets in Middleton, since Kim made no attempt to have Sassy's owner dealt with. Although it is highly unlikely that Middleton laws allow anyone to take a pet puma for a walk on a leash, in what looked like a public park, where it could potentially (and in fact did) attack people. Especially if the owner is elderly, arguably senile, and barely able to control the animal. So it is pretty odd that Kim didn't at least report that to someone.

Errors

  • When Kim uses the handprint reader in her room, she is wearing her mission gloves. In most cases, you would wear gloves to avoid leaving your fingerprints, and wearing them while using a handprint reader should have made it next to impossible to get a clear read on Kim's identity.
  • Larry's buck teeth were missing in both the scene where his arms are crossed in the comic books store while Ned tells Kim what Larry is and when he jumps high out of a forcefield from Kim's battlesuit while he's wearing it and while fighting Professor Dementor at the same time.
  • Kim doesn't believe that Hana could cause the explosion, but she should be aware by now that Hana is the Han and capable of such a feat.

Continuity

  • While trying to fend off Sassy the puma, who "doesn't like men so much", Ron says he is barely a man and refers to a mix-up at his Bar Mitzvah. The mix-up was explored in depth in "Ron the Man".
  • This episode adds another person to the list who have used Kim's battlesuit. Now, Kim, Ron, Professor Dementor, and Larry have all worn the battlesuit.
  • This is another episode, which brings up Kim's love of Cuddle Buddies. The first was Downhill, and there was also the episode The Truth Hurts.
  • Since her introduction in Big Bother, this episode is the second time Ron has taken his baby sister Hana on a mission with him.

Behind the Scenes

Cast & Crew

  • Executive Producers
    • Bob Schooley
    • Mark McCorkle
  • Story Editor
    • Tom Hart
  • Writer
    • Kurt Weldon
  • Art Director
    • Steve Loter
  • Line Producer
    • Clay Renfroe
  • Storyboard Supervisor
  • Voice Talent
    • See Character List Above
  • Dialogue Director
    • Lisa Schaffer
  • Voice Casting
    • Lisa Schaffer
  • Storyboard
    • Troy Adomitis
    • Kenneth Laramy
    • Larry Scholl
    • Alan Wan
    • James K. Yang
  • Timing Directors
    • Michael Lyman
    • Jungja Kim-Wolf
    • Soonjim Mooney
    • Robert Treat
  • Lead Character Design
    • Stephen Silver
  • Character Design
    • Celeste Moreno
  • Character Clean-Up
  • Location Design
    • Andy Ice
  • Prop Design
    • Shayne Poindexter
    • Ginny Hawes
  • Background Paint
    • Nadia Vurbenova-Mouri
    • Esther Kim
  • Color Stylists
    • Allyn Conley
    • Carol Beake
  • Main Title Design By
  • Production Manager
  • Overseas Animation Supervisor
  • Technical Directors
    • Robert King
    • Denise Wogatzke
  • Supervising Technical Director
    • Alex Teslik III
  • Storyboard Revisions
    • Frank Fu Min Jen
    • Bronislav Likomanov
    • Edward Rivera
    • John Nevares
  • Continuity Coordinator
    • Jim Finch
    • Kitty Schoentag
  • BG Key Color Correction
  • Animation Production by
    • Hanho Heung Up Co. Ltd.
  • Film Editor
    • Joseph Molinari
  • Assistant Film Editor
    • Christine Haslett
  • Pre-Production Dialogue Editing
    • Jim Garifi
  • Animatic Editor
    • Pieter Kaufman
  • Scanners
    • Shannon Fallis-Kane
    • Sergio Armendariz
  • Track Reading
    • Jim Garifi
  • Sound Designer
    • Paca Thomas
  • Sound Effects Editor
    • Tim Gilmer
  • Foley Mixer
    • Mary Erstad
    • Roy Braverman
  • Foley Artist
    • Craig Ng
  • Dialogue Editor
    • Robbi Smith
  • Digital Coordinator
    • Karen Wong
  • Digital Audio Transfer
    • J. Lampinen
  • Re-Recording Mixers
    • Melissa Ellis
    • Fil Brown
  • Record Machine Operator
    • Michael Sokey
  • Post Production Supervisor
    • Geri Bryan
  • On-line Editor
    • Keith Cook
  • Post Production Coordinator
    • Treasure Rawson
    • Mark Bollinger
  • Production Coordinator
    • Stacey Zimmerman
  • Production Associate
    • Willie Sims
  • Production Secretary
    • Linda Delizza-Kweens
  • Production Control
    • Anna Boyadjian-Sigal
  • Talent Coordinator
    • Aaron Drown
  • Script Coordinator
    • Leona Beckert
  • Produced by
    • Walt Disney Television Animation

Music

  • Score by
    • Adam Berry
  • "Call Me, Beep Me! The Kim Possible Song"
    • Written and Produced by
      • Cory Lerios
      • George Gabriel
    • Performed by
      • Christina Milian

References


External Links

Previous:
#419: "Homecoming Upset"
Mission Next:
#421: "Graduation, Part 1"

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