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Pair of Kings is an American television sitcom that premiered on the Disney XD cable channel on September 10, 2010. This list of episodes is organized by premiere date in the US. The series revolves around a pair of hapless Chicagoan teens (Mitchell Musso, Doc Shaw) who are the heirs to the throne of a fictitious Pacific island called Kinkow. In the final season one of the brothers leaves the show (Mitchell Musso) replaced by Boz (Adam Hicks), a long lost brother of the original two, that was raised by monkeys.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiere Season finale

1 20 September 10, 2010 May 2, 2011

2 25 June 13, 2011 April 16, 2012

3 22 June 18, 2012 February 18, 2013

Episodes

Season 1 (2010/11)

  • Kelsey Chow and Geno Segers were absent for four episodes each.
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1 1 "Return of the Kings" Linda Mendoza Dan Cross & David Hoge September 10, 2010

(Disney Channel)
September 22, 2010
(Disney XD)

101–102

Brady (Mitchel Musso) and Boomer (Doc Shaw) are twin teens. After they are bullied by the toughest guys in the whole school, Mason (Geno Segers) and a group of warriors from their kingdom in Kinkow come to bring them home. They break the sacred ruby and the volcano on the island erupts. Lanny (Ryan Ochoa) tricks them into going to get another sacred ruby so they would die on the dark side of Kinkow. While they were on the dark side, Brady and Boomer were caught by a tribe called the Tarantula People. Luckily, Brady has the medallion that they obey. They were able to get the sister ruby, and save the kingdom. However, the chain that controlled the dangerous Tarantula People on the dark side of the island falls off Brady's neck.

Special guest star: Tichina Arnold as Aunt Nancy Guest stars: John Eric Bentley as Uncle Bill and Maxie J. Santillan as Stately Islander Note: This is a one hour special. This episode was first shown on Disney Channel before airing on Disney XD on September 22, 2010. Its preview on Disney Channel received 4.1 million viewers,[1][2] marking the biggest audience, to date, for the premiere of a Disney XD Original Series. The title is also a reference to J.R.R. Tolkien's book The Return of the King

2 2 "Beach Bully Bingo" David Kendall Matt Wickline September 22, 2010 105

Brady and Boomer are banned from the beach by the top surfer who is known as "The Big Kahula" whose also known as Hibachi. After being banned from the beach they return and they make an impossible bet with Hibachi that they will beat him in a surf competition and take back the beach. Hibachi states that if he wins, then no one will be able to surf on the island ever again, but him and his friends. Brady and Boomer enlist in a boot camp run by Mason, who attempts to train them so they can learn how to surf, and take the beach back. Mason was formerly the top surfer, but was beaten by Hibachi, because he was blinded by what he assumed to be the sun. Brady and Boomer train and take on Hibachi, while Mikayla (Kelsey Chow) decides to keep an eye on Hibachi's friends. She discovers that they were trying to cheat by shining light from the sun into the eyes of Brady and Boomer by using a reflective shell. She puts the ones responsible to sleep with darts. Brady and Boomer win the competition, and Mikayla tells her father that Hibachi tried to blind them, and that is why Mason lost to him 10 years prior. Hibachi then runs away. Brady and Boomer declare Mason the new "Big Kahula" making him the top surfer of Shredder Beach. Guest stars: Martin Klebba as Hibachi and Kyle Benton as Marvin

3 3 "A Mermaid's Tail" Andy Cadiff Donald Beck September 29, 2010 104

The two kings find beautiful 5 girl mermaids on the beach and bring them to the castle to turn them into human princesses of the castle. Things go bad when the mermaids were actually seducing the kings to take over the castle, and they also turn Mikayla into a mermaid and cause her to talk in dolphin chirps. Meanwhile, Lanny falls in love with Amazonia, one of the mermaids, who also responds to Lanny. Guest stars: Leslie Anne Huff as Aerosol, Madison Riley as Amazonia

4 4 "Where the Wild Kings Are" Victor Gonzalez Kenny Smith October 6, 2010 107

Brady and Boomer find a cute creature in the jungle and decide to keep it as a pet, despite Mason's warnings. Lanny calls him a "Giant Armpit". It starts off well, but gets worse when they start neglecting it and turns into a large beast, kidnapping the kings in the process. Meanwhile, Lanny hypnotises the talentless court jester to finish off the kings which as all of his plans do, it fails miserably for Lanny.

Absent: Kelsey Chow as Mikayla Guest star: John O'Hurley as CD instructor Note: The title is a parody of the 1963 book, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.

5 5 "Big Kings on Campus" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Dave Polsky October 13, 2010 108

Brady gets jealous when Mikayla starts hanging out with her friend Tristan who is into extreme sports (as well as having survived animal attacks). To impress her, Brady joins school and tries to do extreme sports, with Mikayla and Tristan on the jaguar table. Meanwhile, when Boomer and Brady are placed with all the little kids on the meerkat table, Boomer becomes attached with the kids.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Guest stars: Christoph Sanders as Tristan, Davis Cleveland as Chauncey, Leland Crooke as The Professor and Derek Anthony as Guard Note: The title is a reference to the 1980s comedy Big Man on Campus.

6 6 "The Brady Hunch" Victor Gonzalez Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin October 20, 2010 110

Boomer becomes good friends with a boy from the Flaji clan, a neighboring tribe that Brady begins to suspect are cannibals and want to have Boomer for dinner, so he hatches a plan and attempts to infiltrate the tribe's village while Mason also gets the crazy cannibal theory in his head.

Special guest star: Doug Brochu as Oogie Absent: Kelsey Chow as Mikayla Notes: On October 22, 2010 the episode was seen by 3 million viewers when broadcast on Disney Channel[3] marking the second most watched episode of the series, just behind the one-hour episode of the series premiered.[3] The title of this episode is a parody of the 60s sitcom, The Brady Bunch.

7 7 "Junga Ball" Victor Gonzalez Matt Wickline October 27, 2010 111

The guys get ready for the Junga Ball tournament against other islands so Brady becomes the leader of the guards who made the team. When Boomer doesn't get to rule the team as much as Brady, Boomer starts his own team with help from Kinkow's resident to challenge Brady. The two teams compete to see which team would represent Kinkow. Absent: Kelsey Chow as Mikayla

8 8 "Revenge of the Mummy" Adam Weissman Dan Cross & David Hoge November 8, 2010 113

The mummy is revived with help from the bat medallion which Brady took from it. The mummy causes mayhem and starts hunting the kings. The kings try to get it back and put the mummy to sleep before Mikayla and Mason find out about the situation. Note: The title is a parody of the roller coaster of the same name Guest star: Raymond Ochoa as Young Boy

9 9 "Oh Brother, Where Arr Thou?" Andy Cadiff Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin November 15, 2010 103

The guys use a special treasure map to find a treasure with the help of a pirate but the pirates trap the whole gang and plan to steal the palace. Note: The title is a parody of the 2000 comedy film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?.

10 10 "No Kings Allowed" Joel Zwick Story by: Matt Wickline

Teleplay by: Dan Cross & David Hoge

November 22, 2010 115

Brady and Boomer disguise themselves to join the Riptides, a gang famous for pulling pranks all over the island. Their final test before they will be accepted into the gang is stealing Yamakoshi; Lanny's (un)beloved talking pet fish.

Note: Brady references the show Hannah Montana, in which Mitchell Musso also played a main character, when he says that Boomer's wig would make him unrecognizable even he was "a famous teen pop sensation, and I was your best friend". Guest star: Chris Blasman as Hawk and Vincent Pastore as the voice of Yamakoshi Absent: Geno Segers as Mason

11 11 "Pair of Jokers" Adam Weissman Donald Beck November 29, 2010 112
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Brady and Boomer attempt to pull pranks on the villagers, they go too far and karma comes full circle, just as Mikayla said, giving bad luck for the kings.

12 12 "Pair of Prom Kings" Eric Dean Seaton Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin December 17, 2010

(Disney Channel)
May 9, 2011
(Disney XD)

120

Brady and Boomer head back to their high school prom in Chicago to flaunt their royal status. Boomer chooses a girl named Rebecca, who he thinks he once had a date with and Brady chooses Mikayla who refuses for then till she sees something noble of the king, but till then things go haywire when the Tarantula People crash the party.

Guest star: Logan Browning as Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson Note: This episode was scheduled as the season finale for the UK but have adapted the same episodes as the US channel. This is also the last episode of Season 1, promoted as a "new episode", but is not actually the season finale.

13 13 "Tone Deaf Jam" Linda Mendoza Donald Beck December 17, 2010

(Disney Channel)
April 11, 2011
(Disney XD)

109

For the Harvest Festival, Boomer is excited to sing, thinking he has a great voice but he actually doesn't. Brady tries to save him from humiliation, but the trouble is how he will do it without hurting his feelings.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Guest star: Raymond Ochoa, Ryan Ochoa's younger brother, as a Young Boy. Note: This is either a reference to tone deafness or the record label Def Jam Recordings

14 14 "The Bite Stuff" Victor Gonzalez Dan Cross & David Hoge January 17, 2011 106

The king's uncle and aunt come to visit when they think that everything is too dangerous and they must bring the kings home. The guys try to prove the kings are safe, but Brady gets bitten by a bug that gives him horrible side effects, which they have to hide from them.

Special guest star: Tichina Arnold as Aunt Nancy Guest star: John Eric Bentley as Uncle Bill Note: The title is a parody of the 1983 film, The Right Stuff, adapted from the 1979 book by Tom Wolfe.

15 15 "Brady Battles Boo-Mer" Linda Mendoza Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin January 24, 2011 114

Brady tries to get Boomer to believe in ghosts, so he buys a "Ghost in a Can" But Lanny switches the ghost with a more deadly viking ghost which takes over Boomer's body. Brady seeks help from the lady he bought the ghost from.

Guest star: Edie McClurg as June and Patrick Gallagher as Farhod the Fierce Absent: Kelsey Chow as Mikayla

16 16 "The King and Eyes" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin January 31, 2011 117

The two kings are told that they have to try to win a competition when they attempt to arrange a treaty with an adversary island; the winner receives the reward of a princess, but Brady and Boomer discover she is not a typical princess.

Guest star: Tiffany Mulheron ("Life is Wild") as Princess Iris and Oliver Muirhead as her father and King of the island Cornea. Note: The title is a parody of the 1956 film, The King and I, based on a popular stage musical first performed on Broadway in 1951.

17 17 "The Kings Beneath My Wings" Robbie Countryman Chris Atwood February 7, 2011 118

The kings decide to have a king for a day contest and a boy named Hilo Tutuki wins. He thinks that the kings are super cool when they aren't but everyone gets into trouble when Hilo tries to stop a dangerous beast.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Guest star: Tyrel Jackson Williams as Hilo Tutuki Note: The title is a parody of the 1982 song, Wind Beneath My Wings, written by Jeff Silbar and Larry Henry.

18 18 "Fight School" Linda Mendoza Eric Lev April 18, 2011 116

After learning their father was the best warrior in island history, Boomer and Brady enroll in Kinkow Fight School. When Mason gives the kings special treatment, jealousy overcomes Mikayla. Taking Lanny's advice, she decides to test the kings' newfound confidence and skills by pitting them against Atog the Giant. But when Mason finds out, Mikayla tries to get the kings to back down, but it's too late, the kings are eager to prove their inner warrior. Special guest star: The Great Khali as Atog the Giant

19 19 "The Trouble With Doubles" Eric Dean Seaton Lisa Muse Bryant April 25, 2011 119
Boomer

and Brady discover Vault 14, a secret vault which protects Kinkow's most mysterious and powerful artifacts including Duplicatus Plantus, a plant that copies anything it touches. The kings make clones of themselves and while they go surfing, they send their doubles to the Kalooki Island Peace Summit. Filling in for the brothers, the clones impress Mikayla, the island dignitaries and the other Kinkowians with their intelligence, hygiene, and professionalism. However, when Brady and Boomer overhear the clones' ultimate plan to take over, the kings must figure out how to get rid of their doubles and take back their kingdom.

20 20 "Journey to the Center of Mt. Spew" Victor Gonzalez Dan Cross & David Hoge May 2, 2011 121

It's the kings' birthday and for their royal present, they each get one wish that will come true. Right before blowing out the candles, Boomer learns that Brady has been bragging to the entire island that he is the older twin. Boomer uses his wish to find out the truth about who was born first, while Brady's wish is that Mikayla can't stop complimenting him for one day. Boomer travels to the center of Mt. Spew to meet with the volcano's Oracle and learn who is the older king, but the younger brother will no longer be co-king if it is known who the older brother is. So Brady, Mikayla, and Mason chase after Boomer, while Lanny follows them, trying to kill the kings. Note: This is a reference to the Jules Verne novel Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Season 2 (2011/12)

  • This is Mitchel Musso's last season of this show.
  • Geno Segers was absent for six episodes.
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21 1 "Kings of Legend" (Part 1) Eric Dean Seaton David Hoge & Dan Cross June 13, 2011 201 0.6[4]

While trying to prove that they are the Kings of Legend, Brady and Boomer accidentally bring Zadoc, an ancient evil statue, to life, consequently putting the entire island in extreme danger, which brings Mason to believe that he was wrong about the kings being the kings of legend. The twins cede the throne to Lanny for the better of Kinkow and depart on a balloon voyage back to Chicago for good, until Zadoc fires a magical orb at the balloon and sends it and the kings plummeting straight to the dark side of the island and the kings realize they've made a big mistake.

Note: Zadoc's design is based on Red Skull from the Marvel Comics. Guest stars: James Hong as Elder #1 and John Tartaglia as the voice of the Parrot

22 2 "Kings of Legend" (Part 2) Eric Dean Seaton David Hoge & Dan Cross June 20, 2011 202 0.8[5]
Zadoc's

minions capture Lanny and try to kill him, so Zadoc could take over the island. Lanny hands the throne back to Brady and Boomer. Mason goes after Zadoc and sees Boomer and Brady fight and defeat Zadoc and realizes that maybe they are the kings of legend.

23 3 "Good King Hunting" Linda Mendoza David Hoge & Dan Cross June 27, 2011 203 0.9[6]

Brady finally musters up the courage to ask Mikayla out, by using a note Lanny wrote for him, but he reconsiders and decides to ask her in person; when Brady attempts to retrieve the note, Mikayla mistakenly assumes the note is from Boomer, and he learns that before dating a girl in Kinkow you must be hunted down by her father. During the night while Boomer is getting hunted, Brady tells Mason that he is the one who wants to go out with Mikayla. Mason starts hunting Brady. Brady spits an egg at Mason, knocking him out. In the morning they go back to the Kingdom and Brady asks Mikayla out but she says no, because he humiliated Mason in front of the people of Kinkow. Note: The title is a parody of the 1997 film, Good Will Hunting.

24 4 "Dinner for Squonks" Linda Mendoza Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin July 11, 2011 204 0.7[7]

The kings discover Mason and Mikayla have been running the country's daily operations from their secret underground headquarters. Outraged, the kings insist on making all future decisions, including taking the lead on an important peace meeting with the Squonks, a breed of troll people who keep the island's Mukarat population under control. But when the kings offend the Squonks, the island is quickly overrun with Mukarats. In order to make things right, the Boomer and Brady must endure a forgiveness feast with the Squonk Queen.

Note: The episode title is a parody of the 2010 film, Dinner for Schmucks. Guest star: Mikey Post as Sherpa Squonk & Debbie Lee Carrington as Squonk Queen.

25 5 "Kings of Thieves" Robbie Countryman Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin July 18, 2011 205 1.0[8]

When the Kings' over-the-top spending causes a monetary crisis on Kinkow, Lanny has the islanders pay mandatory donations to the kings. Buying time until they find a better solution to fix the crisis, Brady and Boomer disguise themselves as bandits Sirocco and Sirocco Taco, stealing the kingdom's donations and returning the money to the public. Sirocco becomes an instant hit with the Kinkowians and especially Mikayla. She begins to fall hard for Sirocco but doesn't realize it's Brady. With criminals on the loose, the Kinkowians start to get angry and the kings must find a way to restore the island's fortune, capture the 'criminals' and win back their kingdom's support.

Guest star: John O'Hurley as Ron the Adventure Narrator Note: The title is a parody of the 2004 film, King of Thieves and possibly a reference to Disney's Aladdin and the King of Thieves.

26 6 "An Ice Girl for Boomer" Eric Dean Seaton Lance Crouther July 25, 2011 206 0.7[9]

During a heat wave, Brady and Boomer discover an ice cave in the jungle upon being given directions to it by Lanny. With the soaring temperatures, Brady returns to the cave to cool off and discovers a beautiful cavegirl who has thawed out and decides to transform her into Boomer's date for the upcoming Luau while naming her Uhngela. But when Boomer's 'girlfriend' Awesome Dawson from Chicago arrives in Kinkow for the Luau, Boomer and Brady must figure out how to get rid of his jealous cave date even when a caveman that was associated with Uhngela has been thawed out.

Special appearance by: Ron Fassler as Dale Davis Guest stars: Logan Browning as Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson and Jillian Nelson as Uhngela Absent:Geno Segers as Mason Note: Ron Fassler reprise his recurring role as Dale Davis from another Disney XD show Zeke and Luther. He also appeared as Dale Davis in Disney XD's Kickin' It in the episode, "Wax On, Wax Off".

27 7 "Pair of Geniuses" Adam Weissman Lisa Muse Bryant August 1, 2011 207 1.0[10]

Boomer and Brady are flattered when a pair of cute Queens from the neighboring island of Sununu compliment their latest ridiculous invention and ask them to be the Kings of Sununu. However, the Kings soon realize that Queen Hesta, Queen Desta and their kingdom are victims of a dumb-curse. In order to help cure the entire island of stupidity, Boomer and Brady must solve the Sununu Statue's riddle. When Brady gets the riddle wrong so the girls could still admire him and Boomer, the Statue puts the dumb-curse on King Brady forcing Boomer to get help from Mason, Mikayla, and Lanny to solve the riddle by sunset or else they will be dumb-cursed. Guest stars: Kara Pacitto as Queen Hesta, Katelyn Pacitto as Queen Desta and John Hartmann as Rockhead

28 8 "How I Met Your Brother" Joel Zwick Donald Beck August 8, 2011 208 0.7[11]

It's Mikayla's birthday and Mason's brother Jason visits, but Mason isn't so welcoming due to an incident when they were kids. When the kings make Jason head guard, Mason quits and drowns his sorrows in eating. But when the Tarantula people try to roast Boomer alive, Jason cowardly runs off and it's up to Brady to convince Mason and his bloated self to come back and save Boomer. When Mason arrives, he and King Brady are captured by tarantula people. Then Jason's water scooter falls on two Tarantula People, and Jason falls on the other two. Note: The episode title is a parody of the sitcom, How I Met Your Mother.

29 9 "The One About Mikayla's Friends" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Lisa Muse Bryant August 22, 2011 209 0.9[12]

When Mikayla’s watchful eye keeps Brady and Boomer from getting into mischief and unknowingly thwarting Lanny's plots, Brady and Boomer host an island-wide search to find Mikayla a friend to keep her busy. The Kings soon regret the set-up when her new friend’s ‘beauty over safety’ mantra, puts all of their lives in danger.

Guest star: Brittany Ross as Candis and Jillian Rose Reed as Tessa Note: The episode is titled in style of episodes of Friends.

30 10 "Do Over" David Kendall Chris Atwood September 26, 2011 210 0.5[13]
Boomer

and Brady find an ancient pocket watch that grants them the ability to restart the day as many times as they want without anyone else remembering. Boomer uses the watch to plan a retaliation prank against Mason, while Brady perfects his date with Mikayla. But when the group gets captured by the Tarantula People and the watch goes missing, the kings start to panic and hope they can do-over the day one last time to save themselves.

31 11 "Big Mama Waka" Adam Weissman Matt Wickline October 3, 2011 211 0.4[14]

Mikayla comes down with a fever and starts to turn into a Waka Waka Bug. So Boomer and Brady go to the Waka Waka Bug's hive to try to get the rare medicine to cure her. Guest star: James Hong as Island Shaman

32 12 "Sleepless in the Castle" Victor Gonzalez Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin October 17, 2011 212 0.6[15]

Fed up with Brady's unusual habit of becoming a sleep ninja at night, Boomer impulsively moves out. But when his new landlord Charlotte turns out to be a former Tarantula Person and transforms Mason into a cold-blooded terminator, Boomer must turn to his brother for help. Note: The title is a parody of the 1993 film, Sleepless in Seattle.

33 13 "Pair of Clubs" Adam Weissman Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin October 24, 2011 213 0.5[16]

Boomer opens the teen hotspot of his dreams and hires Brady as his assistant. When Boomer fires him, Brady spitefully opens his own club across the way inside a crypt upon being guided there by Lanny. When Brady performs a new song for the crowd with the lyrics having been provided by Lanny, the club is overrun by zombies that have been awakened by the song. Now it's up to Boomer to put his differences aside and rescue his brother. Absent: Geno Segers as Mason

34 14 "The Cheat Life of Brady and Boomer" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. David Hoge & Dan Cross November 21, 2011 214 0.7[17]

Brady and Boomer must endure a King Challenge that tests their smarts, strength, and spirits. When Mikayla realizes the boys won’t pass the challenge, she agrees to help them, but the plan goes horribly wrong when Mikayla and Lanny are transformed into Boomer and Brady. Note: The episode title is a parody of Disney Channel sitcom, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

35 15 "The Ex Factor" Robbie Countryman Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin November 28, 2011 215 0.6[18]

When Mikayla's ex-boyfriend Lucas (a pirate who broke her heart) refuses to participate in the official Kinkowian Dumping Ritual, the kings track him down and discover that Lucas looks just like Boomer. To help out his quest to finally date Mikayla, Brady makes Boomer impersonate Lucas and pretend to go through the official ceremony, but the plan backfires.

Special guest star: Doc Shaw as Lucas Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: Doc Shaw has a dual role. Even though the star of the show, he is also credited as a guest star in only this episode. Also, the episode title is a parody of the singing competition show, The X Factor.

36 16 "Pair of Santas" Linda Mendoza Teleplay by: David Hoge & Dan Cross

Story by: Matt Wickline

December 5, 2011 216 0.3[19]
In an effort to bring their holiday traditions to Kinkow, the kings promise the islanders a Super Christmas and enlist Kinkow's elves to make the toys. When Kinkow's elves revolt against them, Boomer and Brady must figure out how to save Christmas.
37 17 "No Rhyme or Treason" Larry McLean Donald Beck January 23, 2012 217 0.6[20]

Mikayla ends her friendship with Brady after his flirting becomes too much to bear. But when Mikayla and Boomer bond over her new hobby called Kinkowian poetry slams, a jealous Brady outlaws poetry and tries to sabotage their blossoming friendship.

Special guest appearance by: Walter Emanuel Jones as Tough Poet Absent: Geno Segers as Mason

38 18 "Mr. Boogey Shoes" Adam Weissman John D. Beck & Ron Hart January 30, 2012 218 0.6[21]

Boomer blames Mr. Boogey when a pair of Brady's favorite sneakers is stolen. Everyone on Kinkow including Brady thinks Boomer is lying, except for Mason who has been harboring a big secret.

Note: Air Drogens are a parody of the shoe Air Jordan's. Guest star: Doug Tait as Mr. Boogey

39 19 "The Young and the Restless" Linda Mendoza Dave Polsky February 6, 2012 219 0.8[22]

Brady and Boomer meet two good looking girls at their "Meet the Kings" mixer. The girls then trick the kings into activating the Fountain of Youth and turn them old. But things get worse when Mason tries to save them, but ends up harming himself as well by turning into an infant. So, it is up to Mikayla to save all of the guys before the kings become too old to live, and before Mason is taken by the old hags.

Guest star: Abbie Cobb as young Ethel and Emily Wilson as young Gertrude Note: The episode title is a parody of the TV soap opera, The Young and the Restless.

40 20 "Let the Clips Show" David Kendall Eric Lev February 13, 2012 220 N/A

When the castle mysteriously explodes, Boomer and Brady are taken to court and forced to relive their most embarrassing and heroic moments through video clips when they try to prove to the jury that they are not guilty of the unlikely event.

Guest stars: James Hong as Judge Note: This episode aired in the UK on July 5, 2012

41 21 "Crouching Brady, Hidden Boomer" David Kendall Matt Wickline March 19, 2012 221 0.6[23]

Brady goes on a date with Sabrina, a cute girl from the Nanju Warrior tribe. Brady soon realizes that she is Mikayla's biggest rival from Kinkow fight school. Sabrina challenges Mikayla to a duel. But when Mikayla refuses, Sabrina takes Brady prisoner. Mikayla heads to the Nanju forest, known for its magnetic fields, and competes in an aerial duel to save her friend. At the end, Mikayla wins because Brady took the Belt from Sabrina that allows her to fly.

Guest star: Skyler Vallo as Sabrina Absent. Geno Segers as Mason Note: This episode aired in Canada on Family on January 29, 2012. The title is also a reference to the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

42 22 "Beach Party Maggot Massacre" Sean Mulcahy Lisa Muse Bryant March 26, 2012 222 0.7[24]
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an advance copy of their high school yearbook arrives, the kings realize they are going to be remembered back in Chicago for throwing the worst party ever. To repair their reputation, Boomer and Brady invite their entire high school class to Kinkow for an epic beach party, but disaster strikes when their classmates are hunted by a giant Kinkow Sand Maggot.

43 23 "Make Dirt, Not War" Victor Gonzalez Lisa Muse Bryant April 2, 2012 223 0.7[25]

Brady tries to unite two conflicting tribes to impress Mikayla, but things didn't go as he planned to be. Special guest stars: Jennifer Stone as Priscilla and Doug Brochu as Oogie

44 24 "Cooks Can Be Deceiving" Victor Gonzalez Donald Beck April 9, 2012 224 0.6[26]

The head chef quits when he is ordered by King Boomer and King Brady to prepare a steak cake when he was supposed to be making a very important meal for a giant ogre who is about to wake up from annual 10 year sleep. When the ogre wakes up and demands food, the kings have to make a dish for him to save the island from his wraith.

Special guest star: Dwight Howard as The Head Chef Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: This is a reference to the phrase "looks can be deceiving".

45 25 "The Evil King" Linda Mendoza Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin (Part 1)

David Hoge & Dan Cross (Part 2)

April 16, 2012 225-226 1.0[27]

When two moons appear, the kings meet the ghost of Malakai, the first king of Kinkow, who explains that an evil twin will destroy the island. After interrogating every twin on Kinkow, Boomer and Brady begin to turn on each other. Following Lanny's advice, the kings journey to the dark side to evil kings castle to sit on the evil throne and learn the truth. The prophecy comes true when the evil king is revealed, putting Brady under a spell and morphing him into evil Brady. With Mason and Mikayla in tow, Boomer heads to the dark side to save his brother and the island from sinking into the seas. Meanwhile, following a dream where she kissed Brady, Mikayla believes she may have a crush on him. Her friend Candace tells her that she does. Later when heading on with Boomer and Mason to save Brady from the evil king Kalakai, an evil Brady engages Boomer in a sword fight. Just before Brady can finish off Boomer, Mikayla gives him a long kiss, breaking him from Kalakai's spell. Together Brady and Boomer use their special rings to defeat Kalakai. Brady takes Mikayla's hand and asks what's next. Mikayla in turn tells Brady that the kiss was just to save him and it was for the love of her country, and walks away. It is still implied that Mikayla may still actually love Brady but just simply told him that the kiss wasn't about that. Brady, Boomer, and Mason follow Mikayla back to the castle where Brady claims that "she so loves me."

Guest star: Bobby Ray Shafer as the ghost of Malakai.

Last appearance: Mitchel Musso as Brady Note: This episode is the final appearance of Mitchel Musso as King Brady. Mason makes a reference to the comedy TV show "Two and a Half Men" by wanting his own TV show called "Two and a Half Masons".

Season 3 (2012/13)

  • On December 12, 2011, Disney XD announced that Pair of Kings had been renewed for a third season with actor Adam Hicks to join the cast, replacing Mitchel Musso. This is also the last season for the series.
  • Adam Hicks join the main cast as Boz and replaces Mitchel Musso as Brady.
  • Mitchel Musso is no longer part of the main cast.
    • This is the second show that Mitchel Musso left the main cast, first it was Hannah Montana in the fourth season. But, this time, he didn't guest star any episode in this season, just like he did in Hannah Montana in the fourth season for two episodes.
  • Geno Segers is absent for five episodes.
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46 1 "The New King, Part 1: Destiny's Child" David Kendall Dan Cross & David Hoge June 18, 2012 301 0.8[28]

When Brady overhears Candace gossiping with Mikayla, Candace states that Mikayla said that she will never date him, since he is immature and will never grow up as long as he is the king of Kinkow, Brady leaves the island to go back to Chicago and vows to never come back until he can prove himself to be worthy of Mikayla. Boomer finds out about this and tries to follow Brady. But when a storm hits Kinkow sending people from the neighboring island of Mindu to them, it forces him to stay. They find the young king of Mindu has the Kinkow birthmark on his bellybutton which means he is also the king of Kinkow. It reveals that the boy is Brady and Boomer's long lost triplet brother, Boz, who was raised by monkeys (in much the same manner as fictional character Tarzan).

Guest stars: James Hong as Elder First appearance: Adam Hicks as Boz Note: The title is a reference to American girl group Destiny's Child.

47 2 "The New King, Part 2: The Bro-fessor and Mary Ann" David Kendall Dan Cross & David Hoge June 25, 2012 302 0.7[29]

Boomer teaches Boz about the Ten Bro-Mandments. However, a Tarantula Girl named Mary-Ann comes between them after she finds Brady's King Ring. Lanny tells Boomer that Boz is in the jungle, so Boomer goes after Boz, not realizing that Boz was up in the rafters. Boomer meets Mary-Ann in the jungle and she leads him to the Tarantula People and shows him Brady's King Ring. She throws it in the ditch. Boz saves Boomer from death & Boomer uses his secret ballet skills to defeat the Tarantula People. Boz's coronation then takes place. Guest star: Denyse Tontz as Mary-Ann

48 3 "Two Kings and a Devil Baby" Linda Mendoza Matt Wickline July 2, 2012 303 0.6[30]

When Boz defies Boomer's warnings and goes to the Dark Side, he finds a baby and brings it home only to discover the Tarantula People are threatening war because someone has stolen their baby prince. Boomer and Boz must learn to work together and return the feral, hissing, highly mobile baby to the Tarantula People before war breaks out. Note: The title is a reference to the 1980s comedy film Three Men and a Baby.

49 4 "Fatal Distraction" David Kendall Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin July 9, 2012 304 0.7[31]

When Boomer and Boz tarnish Mikayla’s first chance of beating Mason for "Guard of the Year", they feel guilty and secretly set out to help her win the coveted award by putting themselves in danger. When their attempt fails, they try to distract Mason and give Mikayla an edge by setting him up with a pretty girl who turns out to be his ex-girlfriend that wreaks havoc on Kinkow. In the end, Mikayla wins Guard of the Year.

Guest star: Kasey Wilson as Pitricia Note: The title is a reference to psychological horror film Fatal Attraction.

50 5 "Wet Hot Kinkowan Summer" Adam Weissman Lisa Muse Bryant July 16, 2012 305 0.8[32]

Boomer, sick of Mikayla's awkwardness and overall lack of coolness, decides a summer vacation cruise with the rest of the island's teens could be just the ticket to make her more popular. But when Boomer unknowingly steers the ship into the Dark Side waters trying to impress some girls, the only teens Mikayla befriends are undercover amphibious creatures that have snuck aboard in search of live offerings for their swamp dwelling overlord, a massive bullfrog. When the summer vacation goes awry, the kings and the rest of the teens have to rely on Mikayla to save them. Note: The title is a reference to the comedy film Wet Hot American Summer.

51 6 "O Lanada" Sean Mulcahy Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin July 23, 2012 306 0.7[33]

When Boomer and Boz find out Lanny is mad at them, they buy him his own island to rule. But when Mikayla informs the Kings that the secret source of their wealth lives on that island, a gopher that naturally produces gold, they must try to get the gopher back without Lanny ever being the wiser. Absent: Geno Segers as Mason

52 7 "Heart and Troll" Adam Weissman Donald Beck July 30, 2012 307 0.3[34]

Boz tries to prove to his ex-girlfriend that his life is better without her by putting on a big charade portraying an impossibly amazing life, complete with his own servant (Boomer), a magical troll that grants wishes (Lanny), and a pet Sasquatch (Mason). Unbeknownst to the kings, she doesn't actually care about Boz and is only there to take the riches he made up, including Boomer and Lanny.

Guest stars: Hayley Hasselhoff as Sasha, Blaise Embry as Morris Note: The title is a reference to the T'Pau song Heart and Soul

53 8 "I Know What You Did Last Sunday" Rich Correll Donald Beck September 10, 2012 308 N/A

Having heard all about Boomer's legendary achievements on Kinkow, Boz feels the pressure to be an equally great leader. But, his goal is hampered when a twelve-year-old pest shows up from Boz's past with a devastating secret that could ruin his reputation.

Guest star: Karan Brar as Tito Note: This episode refers to the horror film franchise I Know What You Did Last Summer.

54 9 "Lord of the Fries" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Lisa Muse Bryant September 17, 2012 309 N/A

When one of the Kings' stunts gets Mikayla suspended, the boys refuse to take responsibility. Mikayla calls them horrible bosses to herself, quits her job as their protector, and takes a job at a local fast food restaurant. When the Kings' attempts to get her back fail, they buy the restaurant and become her bosses all over again. Note: The title is a reference to the sci fi novel Lord of the Flies.

55 10 "Dancing With the Scars"[35] Robbie Countryman Pat Bullard September 24, 2012 310 N/A

Boomer, jealous of the attention Boz is getting, enters the Jikki Kiki dance contest, and picks Boz as the second dancer, believing it an easy win, but when Boomer discovers that Boz is a great dancer, a rivalry develops between the two.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: The title is a reference to talent show Dancing with the Stars, known as Strictly Come Dancing in the UK.

56 11 "I'm Gonna Git You, Sponge Sucka'"[36] Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Dan Cross & David Hoge October 1, 2012 311 N/A

When Mason thinks Boomer's club is too rowdy, he takes over as head bouncer, but starts to keep the party out. In order to get Mason away from the club, the Kings lead him on a wild goose chase leaving the club wide open and vulnerable to a mythical human-like sponge creature named Damone (played by WWE's "The Miz") who absorbs everyone's confidence.

Special guest star: The Miz as Damone Note: This is a reference to the 1988 film comedy I'm Gonna Git You Sucka.

57 12 "Bond of Brothers"[37] Ken Ceizler Lisa Muse Bryant October 8, 2012 312 N/A

Boomer and Boz are each granted one wish on their birthday. Boomer wishes for the island to be danger-free for a date with his girlfriend Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson (who arrives on Kinkow for a visit). Boz wishes for him and Boomer to be closer, but gets more than he bargained for when they become magnetically attached. Things get worse when Lanny arranges for Boomer and Rebecca to have their date at Lightning Grove on the Dark Side of Kinkow.

Guest star: Logan Browning as Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson Note: The title is a reference to the novel Band of Brothers

58 13 "King vs. Wild"[38] Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Bob Keyes & Doug Keyes October 15, 2012 313 N/A

After all that Boomer has taught Boz about living in the civilized world, Boz decides to address Boomer's lack of survival skills and forces him to go camping. Although Boomer is resistant at first, he has no choice but to become a fast learner and use his newfound skills when the camping trip goes awry, and he needs to help Boz fight for their lives against a jungle werewolf. Note: This is a reference to TV survival series Man vs. Wild.

59 14 "Inconvenient Tooth"[39] Victor Gonzalez Chase Heinrich October 22, 2012 314 N/A
Boomer

begs Boz to get rid of his unattractive tooth that he uses to open everything, but Boz's plan to become more refined takes a bad turn when the evil dentist he goes to ends up wanting to seek revenge on Boomer for ruining his business and implants a robotic replacement tooth to control him.

60 15 "The Oogli Stick"[40] Rich Correll Wesley Johnson & Scott Taylor October 29, 2012 315 N/A

The Kings turn down the Goat Sisters Billie and Nannie (who wish to be their dates to the "Queen Uber Oogli Dance") and are then changed by a curse into ugly, unrecognizable versions of themselves. Now they must break it by dancing with the fairest girls in the village, which is much easier said than done.

Special guest stars: Eden Sher as Billie and Erin Sanders as Nannie Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: This is a reference to the saying "been beaten with the ugly stick".

61 16 "Thumb & Thumber" Larry McLean Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin November 5, 2012 316 N/A

When Boz sets out to help Boomer make his childhood dream of becoming a professional athlete come true, Boomer believes he's a natural at the dangerous island sport of Thumb War. With a chance to become a pro thumb warrior, Boomer wagers the castle and loses only to find he's been conned by a Dark Side crook.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: This is a parody of the 1990s film Dumb and Dumber.

62 17 "Loathe Potion No. 9" Linda Mendoza Lisa Muse Bryant November 26, 2012 317 N/A

Boomer fears that Mikayla and Boz's budding friendship will blossom into a crush and he'll lose another brother to a Mikayla preoccupation. He gives Boz and Mikayla a Dirt Fairy potion so they'll dislike each other, but the potion is too potent and sends them into mortal combat instead.

Absent: Geno Segers as Mason Note: This is the first time a character has mentioned King Brady since the first two episodes of season 3. The title is also a reference to 1990s romcom Love Potion No. 9.

63 18 "Yeti, Set, Snow" Robbie Countryman Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin December 3, 2012 318 N/A

When Boomer discovers that he and Boz do not have any brotherly memories like he and Brady do, he sets out to recreate a ski-trip from his childhood on Kings' Peak (the only snow-capped mountain on Kinkow). But when Boomer finds that the land he wants to build his resort on is occupied by Yetis, he removes them from the land and attempts to teach them how to be civilized. Note: This is a reference to the race starting phrase "ready, set, go!"

64 19 "Mysteries of Kinkow"[41] Sean Mulcahy Matt Wickline February 4, 2013 319 N/A
Boomer,

Boz, Mikayla, Mason, and Lanny watch Candace's show revealing the mysteries of Kinkow, causing Boz to have doubts about being Co-King. When a temple is discovered belonging to an ancient evil named Kaita the Bat Rider (whose mummy is in the possession of the Tarantula People), Candace is trapped inside and the entrance is sealed by a force field that only the Kings can get through.

65 20 "Meet the Parents"[42] Eric Dean Seaton Donald Beck February 11, 2013 320 N/A

Boomer goes to Chicago in an effort to convince Rebecca's father to let him see her after he forbids them to be together. Boz tags along and searches for a safe place to hide the Bat Medallion. Meanwhile, a menace from the past launches a surprise attack on the kings and it is revealed that Rebecca's father used to be part of the Tarantula tribe. As a result, he erases Rebecca's memory of her relationship with Boomer to keep her safe. Note: This references the 2000 comedy film Meet The Parents.

66 21 "Long Live The Kings Part 1"[43] David Kendall Dan Cross & David Hoge February 18, 2013 321 N/A
The

Bat Medallion that Boz hid in Rebecca's apartment has dragged Rebecca to Kinkow. When Mikayla confiscates the Bat Medallion, Kutamungo captures her and the Bat Medallion in order to revive the Tarantula People's leader Kaita the Bat-Rider. The Kings fear of Kaita the Bat-Rider turns into revenge when they discover the evil Kaita is responsible for their father's death.

67 22 "Long Live The Kings Part 2"[43] David Kendall Dan Cross & David Hoge February 18, 2013 322 N/A
With Kaita the Bat-Rider at large with his army of undead zombies,

Mason and Mikayla use the forcefield to come up with a counter-attack against Kaita's army. Boomer and Boz also have an encounter with the ghosts of their parents, who encourage them to use their bond to defeat Kaita the Bat-Rider.

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