Kim finds out she had a great aunt Miriam - aka Mim - who was shamed out of town because she was implicated in a theft at the Middleton Exposition 100 years before. Mr. Barkin related the story of how his ancestor - Constable Barkin - pinned the crime of a stolen energy device from a Prof. Demenz on Mim. The reality was that Bartholomew Lipsky (Dr. Drakken's ancestor) and his assistant Ms. Go stole the device, but it was lost as Mim Possible was chasing them. Mim was unfortunately caught in a photo taken by a young cub reporter - Wade's great-grandfather - who is still alive. Kim and Ron visit him, and get his original photo plates. Wade enhances them and discovers the truth of who was the real thief, but also determines that the stolen device was activated during the chase, and will discharge a huge amount of energy within the day if not found. Kim and Ron go back to the exposition museum and find the device has been lost on top of an old taco stand all this time. Just as they find ... Written by
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This episode claims that the 1904 Worlds Fair was held in Middleton in actuality the 1904 Worlds Fair was held in Saint Louis, Missouri. See more
When Wade magnifies a picture of the Electrostatic Illuminator, he says it had been set to one hundred years; the picture shows that it had been set for 52,560,000 minutes, which is the number of minutes in 36,500 days. Yet before, Dr. Demenz had set it to go off in one minute by setting the timer to 60 *seconds*. Also, at the climax, the timer was counting down by seconds, not minutes. See more
It's someone named "DeMenz."
Doy! That's Dementor's real name.
He uses a fake name?
Yeah, can you imagine, Drew Lipsky?