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Kim Possible: Bueno Nacho

Kim has to try and stop Dr. Drakken, who's just broken out of jail, from completing his latest evil scheme, and try to earn enough money to buy a new Club Banana jacket by working at Bueno Nacho with Ron. However, working with Ron isn't working out the way that she originally planned.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x6
Production Number: 101
Airdate: Friday June 28th, 2002

Alternate Airdates:

Germany Jul 07, 2012

Guest Stars
Eddie DeezenEddie Deezen
voiced Ned
John DiMaggioJohn DiMaggio
voiced Dr. Drakken, Mr. Parker
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced Drill Worker
Nicole SullivanNicole Sullivan
voiced Shego, Tour Guide
Episode Notes
This is the episode where Ron invents the Naco.

Ned makes his debut in this episode.

A Naco is a taco mixed with nachos.

Episode Quotes
Dr. Drakken: Eat magma, Milwaukee! ... Why isn't Milwaukee eating magma? Please, do not tell me that this place is actually made of cheese! I thought it was a cheese-covered building!

Dr. Possible (Mom): (on phone, to Kim) I need a suture, here.
Kim: Mom... Do you have me on speaker?
Dr. Possible (Mom): Sorry, honey. (over drilling) I've got both hands in a 62-year-old male's temporal lobe.
Kim: (growling) Mom... !
Dr. Possible (Mom): Gotta go, honey! See you at dinner. Dad's picking up nacos!

Ned: (to Kim) Bueno Nacho "S.O.P."
Kim: Excuse me?
Ned: Standard Operating Procedure! Learn them, know them, live them!

Kim: Ho-la, a-mi-go!
Ned: Your bilingual wiles will hold no sway with me, Miss Possible; I am management.
Ron: Is that a clip-on tie, Ned?
Ned: (clipping and unclipping the tie) For quick removal in the event of a grease fire.

Kim: Y'know, Ron, restaurants don't exactly welcome pets.
Ron: Rufus isn't a pet, he's family.
Kim: The rodent family...

Kim: (to Ron) What are you eating?
Ron: Taco meets nacho. I call it: The "naco."
Kim: I call it gross beyond reason.

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