|Executive Producer(s):|| Bob Schooley|
US Broadcast Number:
Disney Channel US Premiere:
April 7, 2007
Characters (in order of appearance)
- Mr. Barkin
- Ron Stoppable
- Sacky I through to Sacky XXXVIII
- Female classmate
- Kim Possible
- Mr. Stoppable
- Mrs. Stoppable
- Hana Stoppable
- Monkey Fist
- Monkey Ninjas
- Villains: Monkey Fist
- Evil plot: Unlock the secrets of a mysterious scroll in oder to get the Mystcal Weapon, The Han, which in fact turned out to be Hana Stoppable.
- Main article: Big Bother/Transcript
Monkey Fist: What kind of hero brings a baby on a mission?
Ron: A baby and a bag of flour!
Monkey Fist: Ah, that explains everything.
Team Possible's Clothes
Misc Images From Episode
Middleton High School Reader Board
|“||If you lived here you'd be home schooled by now.||”|
Team Possible's Transportation
- The title of this episode is similar to the popular reality TV show Big Brother.
- Oddly enough, this episode is also often mistakenly titled as "Big Brother".
- In the second temple, which was the blue one, the statues that come to life resemble Gargoyles, from the show Gargoyles. That show was produced by Greg Weisman, who also wrote this episode, and the season two episode Queen Bebe.
- When Ron asks his parents why they did not tell him about Hana, they say "This is our way of telling you." This is similar to the events in A Sitch in Time where they fail to mention that he is moving to Norway until the last moment.
- Ron tells Yori that she can admit to a little "emotion sickness" over the news that he and Kim are dating now. Monkey Fist adds the phrase "So the drama" to highlight his boredom with their romance issues.
- According to his website Greg Weisman (writer of "Queen Bebe" and this episode) said that he is a huge fan of Kim Possible and hopes to work with Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle again. Also when asked if any Kim Possible voice actors will be working in his current projects, he says: "I'm sure there will be some overlap, but I don't have a good enough handle on who all did what voices on Kim to be certain".  But then again "anything's possible".
- Kim asks Ron if he too old for the Flour assignment, but since she did take Health Class as a Freshman, and knows that he did not take the class until Senior year. You would think that she knows the flour assignment goes with the class, not a person's age. It is simply that he is just now taking the class of the flour assignment.
- Actually, Ron was forced to take the class in Senior year in order to graduate, because he didn't take it earlier, as many students normally would have. Jim and Tim took it as Freshmen, and judging by Kim's reaction to the news in Grande Size Me, she likely did as well. So Ron was a little old for it, and not just in her eyes, since Ron was the only Senior in that class. Kim likely wouldn't have said anything if he'd taken it at least within his first two years, as opposed to his last one. And let us not forget that the only reason Ron didn't take it Freshmen year was because he was goofing off, so he didn't even have the normal excuse of being busy with other classes.
- Even though (according to production codes) this episode is after "Clothes Minded", Kim continues to wear her old mission outfit (In both chronological and production order).
- When Kim and Ron go to Barkin's house to get the second sack of flour, Kim is wearing her green shirt. In the next shot, she is wearing her pink shirt.
- In one shot we see Kim's mom starting to make pancakes from scratch, but in the next shot about two second later, they are completely cooked and ready to serve.
- Ron leaves to rescue Kim with his twenty-secondth sack of flour and arrives with his thirty-eighth one; however, he kept his spare flour in his closet, and did not take any more with him.
- Ron is never actually shown leaving his house, so there is no guarantee he only took one sack. And considering how quickly some were destroyed, it is likely that Ron went through several sacks before he even got out of the house. Which does not even factor in how many sacks he surely lost once he did leave home. Assuming he traveled in a vehicle with room for them, such as a cargo plane, he could have and most likely had to take along several sacks, just to arrive with the thirty-eighth one still intact. And even that one did not survive the adventure.
- For Ron's last flour sack, he calls it MCMXXXIIII. This is not a real Roman numeral since it should be MCMXXXIV, although it is possible that Ron is not aware of the Roman number for four. He has said in the episode, Team Impossible, that he is not good with Roman Numbers.
- Just before Monkey Fist and his monkeys crash into the tree, we briefly see the road ahead of them, and there is not a tree.
- When Ron gets the flour assignment in Health class, you do not see Tim and Jim, who are in his own Health Class. All seats of the class are filled up though. When Ron hands in his last sack, which is actually the sack of sugar, Tim and Jim are seated in the front row.
- Also In Grande Size Me, Ron sat behind Tim and Jim.
- All of Ron's flour sacks had a smiling face on it, even though it was only drawn on the first one, so there shouldn't have been a smile.
- While he could have just drawn them on himself, there would be no reason to since the 2nd sack he received shouldn't have had a face anyways.
- The girl that was behind Ron was seen only drawing a smile on Ron's sack, yet eyes have appeared as well.
Behind the Scenes
Cast & Crew
- Executive Producers
- Story Editor
- Art Director
- Line Producer
- Storyboard Supervisor
- Voice Talent
- See Character List Above
- Dialogue Directors
- Voice Casting
- Timing Directors
- Lead Character Design
- Character Design
- Character Clean-Up
- Location Design
- Prop Design
- Background Paint
- Color Stylists
- Main Title Design By
- Production Manager
- Overseas Animation Supervisor
- Technical Director
- Storyboard Revisions
- Continuity Coordinator
- BG Key Color Correction
- Animation Production by
- Film Editor
- Assistant Film Editor
- Pre-Production Track Editor
- Animatic Editor
- Track Reading
- Supervising Sound Editor
- Sound Editor
- Foley Mixer
- Foley Artist
- Re-Recording Mixers
- On-line Editor
- Original Dialogue Recording
- Assistant Dialogue Engineer
- Manager of Music Production
- Post Production Manager
- Post Production Supervisor
- Audio Supervisor
- Post Production Coordinator
- Production Coordinators
- Production Associate
- Production Secretary
- Production Control
- Casting Manager
- Script Coordinator
- Produced by
- Walt Disney Television Animation
- Score by
- Adam Berry
- "Call Me, Beep Me! The Kim Possible Song"
- Written and Produced by
- Cory Lerios
- George Gabriel
- Performed by
- Christina Milian
- Written and Produced by
- Monkey Fist and his monkey ninjas crashing their vehicles, causing Monkey Fist to say, "That's what I get for letting the monkey drive."
- Ron's flour babies keep getting destroyed.
- Various people responding with "I don't know what that means" when Ron tells them something that makes little to no sense.
Episode 72 (S04 E07): "Grande Size Me"
Episode 74 (S04 E09): "Fashion Victim"
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