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Rappin' Drakken 

Drakken goes on "American Starmaker" as a ploy to promote his new, mind-controlling shampoo.

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Steve Loter

Writers:

Mark McCorkle, Robert Schooley (as Bob Schooley) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Christy Carlson Romano ... Kim Possible (voice)
Will Friedle ... Ron Stoppable (voice)
Nancy Cartwright ... Rufus (voice)
Tahj Mowry ... Wade Load (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John DiMaggio ... Dr. Drakken (voice)
Tom Kane ... American Starmaker Judge (voice)
Andrea Martin ... Nervous Singer (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... (voice)
Sherri Shepherd ... M.C. Honey (voice)
Nicole Sullivan ... Shego (voice)
Patrick Warburton ... Mr. Steve Barkin (voice)
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Drakken has a new take-over-the-world scheme. He's invented a shampoo that will put the user in a hypnotic trance. However, he's called it "Lather, Rinse, and OBEY", so it's not selling. He then tries to get a popular rap star to mention it in her next song, which doesn't go over well either. He then decides his karaoke skills are sufficient to sustain him on "American Starmaker". He uses the shampoo to hypnotize the producer into putting him on the show. Just before his debut performance, the episode's filming is over, but not before Kim and Ron see his face and go to investigate. Wade hacks into the show's computer and gets Kim a spot to sing as well. But just like the high school talent show, she distracted (by Shego) and doesn't make it in time to sing, so Ron goes on in her place. Ron then sings his rap song he'd been working on for school, "Naked Mole Rap". Ron wins, and the police come for Drakken. Ron then submits the tape of the show for his homework, and gets a B-minus. Written by Tony-B4

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 June 2005 (USA) See more »

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Quotes

Shego: I think you may have finally achieved "so dumb it just might work."
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References American Idol (2002) See more »

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The Naked Mole Rap
Music by Adam Berry
Lyrics by Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley (as Bob Schooley)
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Best ever episode
12 October 2006 | by stevendigbySee all my reviews

I know this sounds sad but I could watch this episode over and over again. Two really good songs, one of which is so catchy I just can't get it out of my head. Just listen to the words of Ron's song. (This must say something about how easy it is to write Rap songs - but I won't go into that here...). Drakken attempts one of his stupidest plots so far... brain washing shampoo. There's two problems, he's called it 'Lather, Rinse, and OBEY' (it might as well say 'Brain Washing Shampoo') so no one will buy it, and no one will advertise it for him. Solution, Drakken enters a rap contest with his own song about his shampoo. Ron must stall the contest while Kim fights off Shego and wins the day...


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