[PART I- No Man Is an Island] Kuzco's habit to make every presentation about himself is scolded by teacher Moleguaco and, worse, Malina, as being selfish. Yzma tells Krink she's sick of elaborate methods to dispose of Kuzco and Malina, this time they simply get shipped off to an uninhabited island. There the native monkeys seem to worship them, but too late they discover that they are there only as sacrifices for their 'Ape-like' god. As Kronk left her a message he decided to spare Kuzco, Yzma drags him along to follow the youngsters, unsuspecting about the humongous ape. [PART II- Vincent Van Guaka] Kuzco's class mate Guaka is afraid of painting tools because he fears that he is unable to live up to his dad's ambition for him to become a painter, not succeed him as a dun thrower. The pterodactyls Kuzco ably draws come to life, calling for surprising heroism.