In "Operation: W.H.I.T.E.H.O.U.S.E. (What Happens If The Existing Head Of United States Escapes)", Numbuh 1 wakes up to find himself an adult and the President of the United States! And not... See full summary »

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In "Operation: W.H.I.T.E.H.O.U.S.E. (What Happens If The Existing Head Of United States Escapes)", Numbuh 1 wakes up to find himself an adult and the President of the United States! And not only that, his government is trying to force him to sign the 'Bill of No Rights for Kids', which would mean the end of the Kids Next Door. Now Numbuh 1 must win the trust of the current Kids Next Door, led by his own son, so together they can stop the government's plans and figure out a way for him to get home. Written by Anonymous

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This Was an Interesting "What If" Episode, if Not Much More
6 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will say that this was quite an interesting episode to watch, even if it isn't up there with the best KND episodes. It definitely worked as a "what if" episode.

Numbuh 1 wakes up as an adult and finds out that he is the president of the United States. Numbuh 2 is the vice-president, Numbuh 3 is the secretary, Numbuh 4 is the general, Numbuh 5 is mentally ill and locked up, and Lizzie is his wife! He even has a son! They are trying to pressure President Uno into signing the bill of "No Rights For Kids," but he refuses. He must find a way to make it out of this crazy dream.

The way the characters look is a nice homage to real political figures. Numbuh 1's hair looks like that of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Numbuh 4 is dressed like General Douglas MacArthur, and Lizzie is even dressed like Jacqueline Kennedy.

Shir - ahem - Veego is a cool character, and his relationship with his father was well played out. It also did a good job of showing how strong-willed Numbuh 1 is.

However, the episode isn't one of the best because there isn't anything too special about it aside from an interesting idea of an alternate future, and despite the fact that this whole dream was a part of the "Splinter Cell's" plan, the episode doesn't feel like it matters much in the long run.

This episode is worth watching, but there are definitely better KND episodes out there.

7/10


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