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The Mentor of Our Discontent
Production Number: 416
Season: 4
Executive Producer(s): Bob Schooley
Mark McCorkle
Writer(s): Unknown
Art Director(s): Unknown
Dialogue Director(s): Unknown
Broadcast Information
US Broadcast Number:
80
Disney Channel US Premiere:
June 23, 2007
Merchandise
iTunes Releases:
Unknown

Characters (in order of appearance)

Overview

Ron is stuck with mentoring Artie, a rebellious teenage who happens to be the son of Ron's employer, Mr. Martin Smarty himself. Meanwhile, Frugal Lucre asks Drakken to mentor him in the art of evil.

Plot Summary

Mission

Personal Storyline

Quotes

Transcript

Main article: The Mentor of Our Discontent/Transcript

Memorable Quotes

Gallery

Team Possible's Clothes

Kim

Ron

Misc Images From Episode

Supplementary Information

Middleton High School Reader Board

Team Possible's Transportation

Allusions

Trivia

Errors

Behind the Scenes

Cast & Crew

  • Executive Producers
  • Story Editor
  • Writers
  • Art Director
  • Line Producer
  • Storyboard Supervisor
  • Voice Talent
    • See Character List Above
  • Dialogue Directors
  • Voice Casting
  • Storyboard
  • Timing Directors
  • Lead Character Design
  • Character Design
  • Character Clean-Up
  • Location Design
  • Prop Design
  • Background Paint
  • Color Stylists
  • Main Title Design By
  • Production Manager
  • Overseas Animation Supervisor
  • Technical Director
  • Storyboard Revisions
  • Continuity Coordinator
  • BG Key Color Correction
  • Animation Production by
  • Film Editor
  • Assistant Film Editor
  • Pre-Production Track Editor
  • Animatic Editor
  • Scanners
  • Track Reading
  • Supervising Sound Editor
  • Sound Editor
  • Foley Mixer
  • Foley Artist
  • Re-Recording Mixers
  • On-line Editor
  • Original Dialogue Recording
  • Assistant Dialogue Engineer
  • Manager of Music Production
  • Post Production Manager
  • Post Production Supervisor
  • Audio Supervisor
  • Post Production Coordinator
  • Production Coordinators
  • Production Associate
  • Production Secretary
  • Production Control
  • Casting Manager
  • Script Coordinator
  • 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

Merchandise

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Martin Smarty gives Ron a new job at Smarty Mart -- be a role model for his rebellious son, Artie. Meanwhile, Drakken and Frugal Lucre team up to take over the world by taking control of Smarty Mart's new shelf-stocking robots, and now Ron, Kim, and Artie must stop them from wrecking Smarty-mart.

Mission Briefing

Episode Description

Transcript

Running Gags

Middleton High School readerboard

Memorable Quotes

Notes

  • At one point in this episode, Shego wears a blonde wig. Interestingly enough, Nicole Sullivan, Shego's voice actor, is a natural blonde.
  • Ron was at work in this episode but Kim wasn't, probably because it was Kim's day off, making the only epsiode where Ron was at work but Kim wasn't.

Production Information

Errors

Continuity

Shego-diablo

Shego reminds Drakken of the failed Diablo plan

  • While planning to distract Martin Smarty, Shego remarks, "You know, I abducted the guy once...", a reference to "The Big Job".
  • Shego's holding up one of the Diablo toys and pointing out what disaster they were is a nod to "So the Drama".

Allusions

  • When Ron says "With great pets, comes great responsibility", this is a play on the famous line spoken by Ben Parker in Spiderman.
  • The title of this episode is a reference to the first line of William Shakespeare's play, Richard III. The original line, spoken by the title character, is 'Now is the winter of our discontent.'

Cast

Full Credits

External Links

Previous:
#415: "Cap'n Drakken"
Mission Next:
#417: "Oh No! Yono!"

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