"Steal Wheels" is the fifty-second episode of Kim Possible, and the first episode produced and aired in the show's third season.
In an attempt to reform Eddie Lipsky, a.k.a. Motor Ed, Drakken's mother places him under Drakken, his cousin's care. Together the two plot to steal the technology powering Felix Renton's chair while he and Ron are at a video game convention. In the meantime Kim is jealous of all the time Ron is spending with Felix so she "TJI's" (tries joining in), even though what they enjoy doing is not her thing.
- This episode reveals that Motor Ed is Drakken's cousin. Even odder, Motor Ed is considered the family black sheep (even by Drakken), but only because his troubles with the law are public while Drakken at least hid his evil career from his mother.
- Just as Ron showed jealousy of Kim spending more time with Monique than with him in "Pain King vs. Cleopatra", Kim shows jealousy of Ron spending more time with Felix than with her in this episode.
- Kim's mother was limited to a cameo in this episode.
- When Ron was trying to see if he could get his wireless game controller to work after losing a game to Felix while playing "Zombie Mayhem", the frequency Ron set the controller to was controlling Felix's wheelchair, but every time Felix's wheelchair would spin or flip him around or upside-down, he never seems to fall out of it or slip off.
- The reason that Kim was able to destroyingly toy around with, and control, Drakken's Doomvee 2.0 with Ron's wireless game controller was because Ron's controller could control any cyber-robotics from Felix's wheelchair.
- Motor Ed says "seriously" 26 times.
- While Drakken says "seriously" 6 times.
- While Kim talks to Wade during the spinning game she does not appear to be grabbing the Kimmunicator.
- Ron claims that Kim ate all of Felix’s nacos; Kim only ate most of Felix’s nacos, although Felix also made the same accusation as Ron.
- Actually, the truly odd thing is that Kim ate Felix's nachos and left a few on the plate, though he said she ate all his nacos. Kim never touched a naco, and Ron ate the only naco even visible afterward.
- Felix is sitting closer to Ron, but at the end of the table. Why is his nacos immediately in front of Kim, who is sitting at the opposite side of the booth?
- Considering that Ron and Rufus were also on Felix's side, his food would normally be safer on Kim's side. Though even there, Felix sitting on her side would have made more sense.
- When Shego is painting her nails, her glove is off. In the next distance shot she is seen with her glove on. But the next close-up shot shows her putting her glove back on.
- After fixing up his new Doomvee 2.0, with his cousin Motor Ed, Dr. Drakken's right eye is on his nose and his left eye is little off his face for about a second or two.
- While they were getting twisted and flipped around inside Drakken's new Doomvee, thanks to game controller that links between the Doomvee 2.0 and Felix's wheelchair which Kim was using to smash them around, are slip down to the left side of Doomvee then flipped upside-down, they are out of their seat belts, but when the Doomvee gets destroyed when Kim shuts it off, they are shown sitting in their seats with their seat belts on.
- Motor Ed recognizes Kim and recalls Felix's wheelchair from their first encounter.
- Mrs. Lipsky still thinks that Drakken is radio talk show doctor, as first seen in "Mother's Day".
- The title of the episode was said by Ron in Felix's first appearance.
- The controller Ron, Felix, and Kim use seems to be a combination of the Super Nintendo and PlayStation controllers, using the design of the SNES controller and the button setup of the PS1 controller.
- The video game, Zombie Mayhem, is a reference to the popular zombie video game, Resident Evil.
- The Planet Tool sign is done in exactly the same style as the logo for Planet Hollywood.
- Motor Ed says "I could have handled her too if it weren't for her friend in the wheelchair", which is a reference to the famous line, "I would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for those medlling kids" from the Scooby Doo franchise.