Kim's parents won't simply buy her a new fashionable jacket from Club Banana. So she must apply for a job at Bueno Nacho to save the money. She puts in an application for Ron as well, feeling working together would make it a better experience. Both are hired by Ned the assistant manager. But Kim isn't as adept at the job as Ron, who soon replaces Ned (and acquires the clip-on tie of assistant managership). Kim also is trying to foil Dr. Drakken's latest scheme (covering Wisconsin with magma), so her paycheck keeps suffering from her frequent absenses. She goes off on a mission when Wade relocates Drakken; Ron stays behind with his newfound job responsibilities. But when she's captured, Wade calls Ron on Bueno Nacho's drive-thru channel. Ron decides that friendship is more important than the job, and leave to help Kim. They defeat Drakken, sealing him and his henchmen in molten cheese (Wisconsin, y'know). Back home, Ron buys Kim the jacket she wanted. But when Ned walks by wearing the ...
Did You Know?
Formal introduction of Kim's hair-dryer grappling-gun. It had appeared in the pilot Kim Possible: Crush
(2002) along with Dr. Drakken and Shego who were formally introduced in Kim Possible: Tick-Tick-Tick
(2002). Either the pilot was aired out of production order, or the producers chose to introduce the series with an example of all the best elements included in case it failed before they could be shown. See more
[Kim's parents suggest she get a part-time job
Between a rocket scientist and a brain surgeon, the best idea you can think of is minimum wage?
References Mission: Impossible