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Read Common Sense Media's Pair of Kings review, age rating, and parents guide. Pair of Kings TV Poster Image Objectional Stereotypes -WATCH OUT. Pair of Kings () was a Disney XD Original Series, which revolved around Boomer (Doc Shaw) Bound and Gagged: Mikayla in "Meet the Parent". Pair of Kings is an American television sitcom that premiered on the Disney XD cable channel on September 10, This list of episodes is organized by premiere date in the US. The series revolves around a pair of hapless Chicagoan teens (Mitchel Brady and Boomer win the competition, and Mikayla tells her father that.
In "Meet the Parents," it is revealed that Rebecca's father was an exiled shaman of the Tarantula People who was part of a group that did not agree with their people's violent ways. Rebecca's father sought refuge with Boomer's parents who helped them escape to Chicago. In order to keep her safe following a fight against the Tarantula People, her father and Boomer used amnesia powder to make her forget everything about Kinkow and dating Boomer.
The Bat Medallion ends up dragging Rebecca to Kinkow.
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The amnesia powder wears off on Rebecca when she leaves Kinkow and she jumps off the balloon. Rebecca decides to stay to help the Kinkow army to help fight the forces of Kaita the Bat-Rider. Following the fight with Kaita, Boomer and Rebecca rekindle their relationship.
Eric Petersen as Catawampus - Lanny's second-in-command in the third season. He is well aware of Lanny's true nature, but follows him nonetheless even being determined to accept his abuse so he will one day respect him. Catawampus gains his wish in the series finale after saving Lanny and he becomes good. They mistakenly think he is a cannibal, but he turns out to be vegetarian. After the kings apologize to him, they are still unable to stop Mason from blasting him who still believed he was a cannibal.
He later develops a crush on a Dirt Fairy named Priscilla.
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About Kinkow[ edit ] Kinkow is a fictional island in the Pacific Ocean. Kinkow has a light side and a dark side because of a centuries-long power struggle. There are many fictional creatures living on the Island of Kinkow. There were some known locations in Kinkow: Squonk Caverns - A series of underground caves where the Squonks live.
Ice Cave - A frozen cave from "An Ice Girl for Boomer" where two cavepeople were originally frozen before a heat wave thawed them out.
Lightning Grove - An area on the dark side of Kinkow that has thunderstorms at midnight. Mount Spew - The island's volcano.
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Jungle -The jungle surrounding the palace. It is home to tribes such as the Tarantula people as well as a large array of wildlife, among them insectsparrotscrocodilestigerssnakesrhinoselephants and monkeys. Kinkow also has some islands that help to make up its island nation: Cornea - An island that is inhabited by Triclopes. Lakuna - In "Pair of Geniuses," Mikayla mentioned that it was building a university.
Mindu - The island of Boz's origin. It sank into the sea following a storm and most of its inhabitants moved to Kinkow. Sununu - An island that is ruled by twin queens Hesta and Desta. The waters around Sununu contain a gigantic octopus.
Kinkow and Sununu have never spoken to each other. It was once affected by a stupidity curse until Boomer and Brady broke the curse. After the second season, Mitchel Musso was dropped from the main cast,  and was replaced by Adam Hicks, who portrays the twins' long lost triplet brother, Boz. In Canada it premiered on September 17, on Family. It previewed on December 19, and premiered in February in SingaporeMalaysiaand the Philippines. It premiered in India on June 11, Kicked up to 11 in "The Prom" when Mikayla exchanges her usual attire for a prom dress.
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In the first episode, Boomer and Brady shatter the special, magical crystal of the island, causing the island to shake and the volcano to become active. It gets better, however, as the twins get a new crystal. In "Kings of Legend", their efforts to move the Taken for Granite Big Bad away from the island's dark side cause the statue to slide into the dark side, reviving him. Fits in with their noodle incidents. A fair few of them. Not Me This Time: It was hard to believe Brady and Boomer weren't the ones to blow up the castle.
Lanny should be pretty obvious to the audience, as he lets things slip out every so often, but the characters never seem to notice. After Boomer and Brady are kicked off of a neighboring island for building a giant people-slingshotLanny gives his business card to that island's rulers. If you ever want revenge Lanny seems to be the only character who understands when Yamakoshi talks.
Yamakoshi's true evil colors were revealed when he assumed the form of his previous incarnation as Kinkow's Evil King. Boomer and Brady have several of these moments, but other characters have had one. Mason had his moment at his Ceremony of Shame when Lanny brought out his embarrassing exercise video.
Mason and Mikayla had several trying to hide Brady's Waka-Waka bite side-effects from his parents. The saleswoman of the Cowboy and Supernatural shop had one, too, when she found out that he released the king-hating Viking spirit. Lanny has had a fair share, especially when he realized he was standing over a shipment of weapons that were being dropped from the sky.
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It Makes Sense in Context. Mikayla seems to be straying away from this trope in season 3, most likely because Brady is no longer around to hit on her.
Mason is this to Mikayla. It's made worse with the fact he's this ripped guy with a HUGE machete. It's not looking so good for guys who want to ask Mikayla out Kinkow traditions states that before you have to ask out a girl you have to get her father's permission The guy gets hunted down by the girl's father.
No wonder Mikayla doesn't have a boyfriend Inverted Before any team captain would pick either of the titular Kings at school, they'd pick the girl walking on crutches and the janitor. In "The Evil King". He neglected to mention that it was his own evil twin, Kalakai, he was talking about. Without this crucial piece of information, Brady and Boomer wasted their time checking every twin on the island, and later, began to suspect each other of being evil. What are some of your responsibilities?
What are the repercussions if you don't follow through on them? What are the rewards when you do? Do you think this show is trying to convey any specific messages to kids? Does a TV show need to have a strong message to be worthwhile entertainment? Why or why not? What qualities make a good leader? Whom do you see as a strong leader or role model? Do you like being a leader?