List of Pair of Kings episodes - Wikipedia
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The teens -- however inept -- are given free rein on the island. No one advises them, and their personal desires become law. In other words, they're living a tween's dream -- but at the expense of any sense of reality. Of course, that very fact is why tweens at least those who can overlook the cheese factor may enjoy the show, but it's worth pointing out the real-life repercussions of the characters' misguided actions.
If a positive note can be found, it's in the opportunity that Brady and Boomer have to evolve from self-centered teens to empathetic leaders. Continue reading Show less Talk to your kids about Families can talk about responsibility.
What are some of your responsibilities? What are the repercussions if you don't follow through on them?
What are the rewards when you do? Do you think this show is trying to convey any specific messages to kids? Does a TV show need to have a strong message to be worthwhile entertainment? Why or why not? What qualities make a good leader?
Recurring[ edit ] Vincent Pastore as Yamakoshi - Lanny's one-hundred-year-old pet fish and only friend, though they are constantly at odds. He is malevolent and perpetually grumpy. It would seem that Yamakoshi is the true schemer against Brady and Boomer, but being confined to a fish-bowl makes it impossible to carry out his plans without Lanny. Only Lanny can understand Yamakoshi when he talks.
In the Season 2 1-hour finale "The Evil King," it is revealed that Yamakoshi is really Kalakai, the evil twin of Malakai, first king of Kinkow, who founded the dark side. He was defeated and transformed into a fish by his brother. He regained his human form when the twin moons appeared in the sky and he tricked Lanny into placing him on the throne of the evil castle, which restored his true form, so long as he did not leave his castle, which would result in the curse activating again.
However, he was defeated by Brady and Boomer, and fell into the river, which caused him to leave his castle, and change back into his fish form.
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He then returned to being Lanny's pet. He is not seen in season 3, making his whereabouts unknown. James Hong as Timothy Kalooka-Khan - Kinkow Island's head elder and shaman who learned everything from Kinkow Community College and is the go-to guy for the kings, though he openly dislikes them. In the season three episode "Mysteries of Kinkow," his real name is revealed on the Mysteries of Kinkow TV show when he was interviewed by Candace.
His wife throws him out in the first part of the series finale after he makes fun of her cooking on TV. In the third part, he abandoned the island and left for Las Vegas to become a cab driver. Brittany Ross as Candace - Candace is Mikayla's pretty, but naive gossip-loving friend.
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She was the most popular student in Mikayla's school, and has her own TV show called Mysteries of Kinkow. Candace is arrested by Mikayla in the series finale after nearly causing Kinkow to be destroyed. Martin Klebba as Hibachi - A dwarfish bully with 6 toes on each foot, Hibachi was the Kahula of Shredder Beach before Boomer and Brady defeated him in a surfing contest over who would be the Kahula.
It was discovered that he cheats in order to win. Shredder Beach is a dangerous beach in Kinkow where the best surfer rules, and not even the kings have jurisdiction. He also makes an appearance on Boomer's Junga ball team, and as a bouncer in Brady's club. Logan Browning as Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson - Boomer's crush in school who thinks she said yes to going to prom with him. They wind up dancing anyway. She also comes to the island for a date with Boomer.
When she visited Kinkow in "An Ice Girl for Boomer," she was taken away by a jealous caveman yet was rescued by Boomer and the caveman's girlfriend.Pair Of Kings S03E20 Meet The Parents
She eventually dumped Boomer because he was too childish "and due to the fact that he sent her a painting of his butt". She then reappears and they get back together in the season 3 episode "Bond of Brothers". In "Meet the Parents," it is revealed that Rebecca's father was an exiled shaman of the Tarantula People who was part of a group that did not agree with their people's violent ways.
Rebecca's father sought refuge with Boomer's parents who helped them escape to Chicago. In order to keep her safe following a fight against the Tarantula People, her father and Boomer used amnesia powder to make her forget everything about Kinkow and dating Boomer. The Bat Medallion ends up dragging Rebecca to Kinkow.
The amnesia powder wears off on Rebecca when she leaves Kinkow and she jumps off the balloon.
Rebecca decides to stay to help the Kinkow army to help fight the forces of Kaita the Bat-Rider. Following the fight with Kaita, Boomer and Rebecca rekindle their relationship.
Eric Petersen as Catawampus - Lanny's second-in-command in the third season. He is well aware of Lanny's true nature, but follows him nonetheless even being determined to accept his abuse so he will one day respect him.
Catawampus gains his wish in the series finale after saving Lanny and he becomes good.
They mistakenly think he is a cannibal, but he turns out to be vegetarian. After the kings apologize to him, they are still unable to stop Mason from blasting him who still believed he was a cannibal. He later develops a crush on a Dirt Fairy named Priscilla.
About Kinkow[ edit ] Kinkow is a fictional island in the Pacific Ocean. Kinkow has a light side and a dark side because of a centuries-long power struggle. There are many fictional creatures living on the Island of Kinkow.
There were some known locations in Kinkow: Squonk Caverns - A series of underground caves where the Squonks live.
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Ice Cave - A frozen cave from "An Ice Girl for Boomer" where two cavepeople were originally frozen before a heat wave thawed them out. Lightning Grove - An area on the dark side of Kinkow that has thunderstorms at midnight. Mount Spew - The island's volcano.
Jungle -The jungle surrounding the palace. It is home to tribes such as the Tarantula people as well as a large array of wildlife, among them insectsparrotscrocodilestigerssnakesrhinoselephants and monkeys. Kinkow also has some islands that help to make up its island nation: Cornea - An island that is inhabited by Triclopes.
Lakuna - In "Pair of Geniuses," Mikayla mentioned that it was building a university. Mindu - The island of Boz's origin.