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Ron the Man 

Ron starts questioning all aspects of his manhood when he learns that his rabbi never signed his bar mitzvah certificate.


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Episode credited cast:
Kim Possible (voice)
Ron Stoppable (voice)
Rufus (voice)
Wade Load (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jilly from Jersey (voice)
Rabbi Katz (voice)
Dr. Drakken (voice)
Mr. Stoppable (voice)
Mrs. Stoppable (voice)
Monique (voice) (as Raven-Symone)
Lola Sanchez ...
Brick Flagg (voice)
Shego (voice)
Mr. Steve Barkin (voice)


Drakken breaks into a lab to steal The Pan-dimensional Vortex Inducer (PDVI), but finds that Dr. Dementor has just stolen it. Drakken's bargain-basement henchmen are no match for Dementor's henchmen, and he gets away with the PDVI. Meanwhile, Ron's self-discovery school project hits a snag when Mr. Barkin points out that Ron's Bar Mitzvah certificate is unsigned by his rabbi. Ron doubts his manhood. Back to Drakken, he sends Shego to Henchco to see what she can find to improve his henchmen. She returns with rings that instantly turn the wearers into musclemen. Drakken outfits his men with them and heads to Las Vegas to get the PDVI from Dementor, who is on vacation with his men. Kim and Ron are called by Mr. Hench, founder of Henchco, to retrieve the rings. Ron borrows the prototype to help on the case, but really uses it to inflate his muscles and his ego. They find that Drakken has gone to Las Vegas, and follow. Once there, Ron runs into his rabbi, who's there at a conference. He ... Written by Tony-B4

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25 April 2003 (USA)  »

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First onscreen appearance of Professor Dementor. See more »


When Kim and Ron try to enter the hotel pool area, Kim cannot reach the inner doorknob through a lattice wall, and uses Rufus to climb in and open the door. However, when the shot pans back, the door is shown to be framed on both sides by an open lattice, which Kim could've easily reached through and opened. See more »


Dr. Drakken: [to Jilly] You annoying little poser!
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