After fighting Monkey Fist, Kim becomes bonded with a mystic amulet that will turn her into a monkey and make her the Monkey Princess. Meanwhile, after Kim is kidnapped by Monkey Fist, Ron confuses a real monkey for Kim and must find a way to change "her" back in time for her school photo.
- There are actual Chinese tales about the Monkey King, but in the actual Chinese tales there is already a Monkey King named, Sun Wukong. The most well known story about Sun Wukong is the ancient Classic Chinese novel, Journey to the West, so it is possible the writers of the story made an error or altered the story for the episode.
- This is the second time a villain goes after Kim thanks to a piece of jewelery, but this time she is actually kidnapped.
- This is the second time that Ron overcomes his fear of monkeys long enough to befriend one.
- This is the only time that any of the Monkey Ninjas is revealed to have a name or established gender: Chippy, who is female.
- The gaps between the bars in the cage that Monkey Fist put Kim in were large enough for her to simply walk out.
- The title of this episode is most likely an allusion to the British slang phrase, "the full monty," generally synonymous with the phrase "the whole nine yards".
Home video releases
- Kim Possible: The Complete Second Season