In "Operation: S.N.O.W.I.N.G. (Sickly Nigel Opposes Warped Incumbent's Nasty Grasp)", Numbuh 1 is sick in bed with a cold on a snow day. Even worse, the villainous Fourth Grade President is... See full summary »

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Numbuh 4 / Joaquin / Honor Roll (voice)
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In "Operation: S.N.O.W.I.N.G. (Sickly Nigel Opposes Warped Incumbent's Nasty Grasp)", Numbuh 1 is sick in bed with a cold on a snow day. Even worse, the villainous Fourth Grade President is determined to bring the children, who are all taking advantage of the snow day, to school for a special assembly. Written by Anonymous

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A Great Episode and a Wonderful "Star Wars" Parody
3 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was quite an episode. This was one of the most epic KND adventures for sure as well as one of the best "Star Wars" parodies I've ever seen.

It is a snow day today, and all the kids are having a lot of fun, except for Numbuh One, who is in bed sick. Meanwhile, the fourth grade class president James McGarfield is sore that he didn't get to have his assembly. He sends out his troops to capture every kid in the school and he has a machine helmet to turn Lizzie Devine into his girlfriend. Numbuh One is the only one left who can stop him.

With Jimmy's Darth Vader-esque clothing, the walking machines, the "use the soup" line (parodying "use the force"), and the sword battle using tall sticks (instead of lightsabers), this parodies "The Empire Strikes Back" in a very entertaining way. It is even better as an adult now knowing what it is a tribute to.

While it parodies "Star Wars," the action scenes are also very epic and thrilling on their own. Jimmy is a great villain, and I loved that Lizzie's terrible cooking is what destroyed the boyfriend helmet.

The end where Jimmy's secretary Anna confesses her love for him was also nice.

This episode is another favorite of mine. With great action, great drama, and a great way of parodying "Star Wars," this is one I would definitely recommend.

RATING: A+


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