The Cupid Effect
Ron gives tips to Wade on how to woo Monique, but when they fail, Wade creates a Cupid ray to make Monique swoon. Unfortunately, the device falls into the hands of Señor Senior Sr.
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February 10, 2007
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Christy Carlson Romano Will Friedle Nancy Cartwright Tahj Mowry
Raven Patrick Warburton Phil Lamarr Roz Ryan Nestor Carbonell Ricardo Montalban
Last of the season 4 premier episodes.
We find out that Monique is 17
Kim:You do know what happends in Febuary don't you Ron?
Ron:Ground haug day? Presidents day? Dental health month? OH that remids me! Rufus! Rufus hands Ron a toothbrush Happy Dental health month KP. Check it out! It has a tounge cleaner on the back!
(Kim surprises Ron)
Kim: Hey Ron, what are you doing?
Kim: You're weird!
Kim: Shh, (romantically) I like weird!
(Kim and Ron arrive in Paris, France)
Kim: I thought you said the Eiffel Tower was in danger!
Ron: It is in danger, of rust, eventually!
(Wade reading Ron's note that he gave him to Monique)
Wade: The humble earthworm is vital to agriculture, it moves through the soil by excreting lubricating mucus.
Kim and Monique: Eww!
Ron: Wait! That's my biology report! Oh no! That means.
(camera cuts to Mr. Barkin grading Ron's "biology report")
Mr. Barkin: (sniffs) That's a beautiful thought. A-plus, Stoppable!
Ron: Holy cannoli! I have a girlfriend on Valentine’s Day!
(Ron giving Wade romance tips for Monique)
Wade: Shouldn't I just be myself?
Ron: No, that only works in cartoons!
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When Senior is reading off his "love poem" to Mrs. Load, he says, "Together we'll chase it 'round perdition's flame," which is a reference to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. In that movie, Ricaro Montalban (Senior's VA)'s Khan threatens to chase Admiral Kirk basically all over space, so it's... odd that it was repurposed as a sketchy love poem.
Additonally, Khan is paraphrasing Captain Ahab (from Moby Dick, of course).