Kim must confront her retail snobbery when a mission incident forces her to buy discount pants from Smarty-mart. The diabolical, yet thrifty, Frugal Lucre hold the Internet hostage for one dollar... from everyone in the world.


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Episode credited cast:
Kim Possible (voice)
Ron Stoppable (voice)
Rufus (voice)
Wade Load (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerry (voice)
Cheese-loving Shopper (voice)
Elle Fitzapak ...
Chloe (unconfirmed)
Computer (voice)
Frugal Lucre (voice)
Lola Sanchez ...


During a mission in Florida, Kim's jeans are ruined by an alligator. She has no choice but to go to the local "Smarty Mart" store to get a replacement. Once back in Middleton, she goes to Club Banana to buy a replacement pair. On their way to the store, a new villain - Frugal Lucre - interrupts all TV signals to inform the world that he'll destroy the Internet unless everybody sends him $1.00. Dismissing him, Kim finds that she can't buy anything at Club Banana because Lucre has jammed the Internet with e-cards. She goes home, and asks Wade to trace Lucre. They replay his video and discover that he's broadcasting from a Smarty Mart store. Kim taps into their computer network and gets data than pinpoints who Lucre really is: Francis Lurman of Philadelphia. Kim and Ron go to confront Francis, but get trapped in a net guarded by snapping turtles. They get by the turtles and go after Lucre. At the store where he's employed, Lucre finds that only 17 people have sent him any money, so he ... Written by Tony-B4

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16 May 2003 (USA)  »

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Carciatures of the creators, Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle appear as locals. See more »


When Francis Lurman - a.k.a. Frugal Lucre - is practicing his evil looks, he is using a video camera hooked up to a television monitor to see what he looks like. The images on the TV (which is facing him) are mirroring his movements; i.e, Lurman's left eye moves when the image's right eye does. But the images produced this way would have the same "handedness"; Lurman's left and the images left should be the same. See more »


Kim: Ron! This is serious!
Ron Stoppable: Hello? Note: Serious face"
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