This marked the second season of Pair of Kings. It is also King Brady's (Mitchel Musso) last season on the show. The season started with a special event in which Boomer and Brady defeat Zadoc of the dark side, and ends with a clip show reviewing clips from previous episodes.
- Mitchel Musso as Brady
- Doc Shaw as Boomer
- Ryan Ochoa as Lanny
- Kelsey Chow as Mikayla
- Geno Segers as Mason
- James Hong as Elder (3/24)
- Vincent Pastore as Yamakoshi (2/24)
- Mikey Post as Sherpa Sqounk (2/24)
- Brittany Ross as Candis (2/24)
- Maxie J.Santillan Jr. as Stately Islander (2/24)
- Michael Bailey Smith as Zadoc (1/24)
- John Tartaglia as the voice of the Parrot (1/24)
- Jennifer Elise Cox as Lady Of The Cave (1/24)
- Derek Anthony as Guard (1/24)
- Robin Coleman as Hilda (1/24)
- Debbie Lee Carrington as Squonk Queen (1/24)
- John O'Hurley as Narrator (1/24)
- Eve Sigall as Old Hag (1/24)
- Brian Drolet as Caveman (1/24)
- Jillian Nelson as Un-gela the Cavegirl (1/24)
- Kara Pacitto as Queen Hesta (1/24)
- Katelyn Pacitto as Queen Desta (1/24)
- John Hartmann as Rockhead (1/24)
- Noshir Dalal as Jason Makoola (1/24)
- Jillian Rose Reed as Tessa (1/24)
- Sinqua Walls as Pierce (1/24)
- Martin Klebba as Hibachi (1/24)
- Matt Knudsen as Snowflake (1/24)
- Sayeed Shahidi as Billy (1/24)
- Walter Emanuel Jones as Tough Poet (1/24)
- Doug Tait as Mr. Boogey (1/24)
- Abbie Cobb as young Ethel (1/24)
- Emily Wilson as young Gertrude (1/24)
- Skylar Vallo as Sabrina (1/23)
- Doug Brochu as Oogie (1/24)
- Jennifer Stone as Priscilla (1/24)
- Dwight Howard as Head Chef (1/24)
- Bobby Ray Shafer as Malakai (1/24)
|Kings of Legend||Writer: David Hoge & Dan Cross||Director: Eric Dean Seaton||June 13, 2011||#2x01|
|While trying to prove that they are the Kings of Legend, Boomer and Brady 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.Zadoc's minions capture Lanny and try to squish him with a huge rock. Lanny hands the throne back to Boomer and Brady. Mason goes after Zadoc and sees Boomer and Brady fight and defeat Zadoc and realizes that maybe they are the kings of legend.
|Good King Hunting||Writer: David Hoge & Dan Cross||Director: Linda Mendoza||June 27, 2011||#2x02|
|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.
|Dinner for Squonks||Writer: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin||Director: Linda Mendoza||July 11, 2011||#2x03|
|The kings discover Mason, Mikayla and the elders have been running the country's daily operations from their secret underground headquarters called "the Royal Bunker" which is basically a squared-shaped hole under the king's throne. 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 over-run with Mukarats. In order to make things right, the Boomer and Brady must endure a forgiveness feast with the Squonk Queen.
|Kings of Thieves||Writer: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin||Director: Robbie Countryman||July 18, 2011||#2x04|
|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.
|An Ice Girl for Boomer||Writer: Lance Crouther||Director: Eric Dean Seaton||July 25, 2011||#2x05|
|During a heat wave, Brady and Boomer discover an ice cave in the jungle. With the soaring temperatures, Brady returns to the cave to cool off and discovers a beautiful cave girl who has thawed out and decides to transform her into Boomer's date for the upcoming Luau. 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.
|Pair of Geniuses||Writer: Lisa Muse Bryant||Director: Adam Weissman||August 1, 2011||#2x06|
|Boomer and Brady are flattered when a pair of cute Queens from the neighboring island compliment their latest ridiculous invention and ask them to be the Kings of Sununu. However, the Kings soon realize that the Queens 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 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.
|How I Met Your Brother||Writer: Donald Beck||Director: Joel Zwick||August 8, 2011||#2x07|
|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. The Jason's water scooter falls on two tarantula persons, and Jason falls on other two.
|The One About Mikayla's Friends||Writer: Lisa Muse Bryant||Director: Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||August 22, 2011||#2x08|
|When Mikayla’s watchful eye keeps Brady and Boomer from getting into mischief, they 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.
|Do Over||Writer: Chris Atwood||Director: David Kendall||September 26, 2011||#2x09|
|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.
|Big Mama Waka||Writer: Matt Wickline||Director: Adam Weissman||October 3, 2011||#2x10|
|Mikayla comes down with a fever and starts to turn into a waka waka bug. So, Boomer and Brady go to the waka hive a try to get the rare medicine to cure her.
|Sleepless in the Castle||Writer: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin||Director: Victor Gonzalez||October 17, 2011||#2x11|
|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.
|Pair of Clubs||Writer: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin||Director: Adam Weissman||October 24, 2011||#2x12|
|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. When Brady performs a new song for the crowd, the club is overrun by zombies, leaving Boomer to put his differences aside and rescue his brother.
|The Cheat Life of Brady and Boomer||Writer: David Hoge & Dan Cross||Director: Lenny Garner||November 21, 2011||#2x13|
|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.
|The Ex Factor||Writer: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin||Director: Robert Countryman||November 28, 2011||#2x14|
|When Mikayla's ex-boyfriend Lucas, a sea raider 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 Brady's quest to finally date Mikayla, Boomer impersonates Lucas and pretends to go through the official ceremony, but the plan backfires when Mikayla reveals her true feelings.
|Pair of Santas||Writer: Matt Wickline, David Hoge & Dan Cross||Director: Linda Mendoza||December 5, 2011||#2x15|
|In an effort to bring their holiday traditions to Kinkow, the kings promise the islanders a Super Christmas and enlist the island elves to make the toys. When the elves revolt, Boomer and Brady must figure out how to save Christmas.
|No Rhyme or Treason||Writer: Donald Beck||Director: Larry McLean||January 23, 2012||#2x16|
|Mikayla ends her friendship with Brady after his flirting becomes too much to bear. But when Mikayla and Boomer bond over her new hobby, Kinkowian poetry slams, a jealous Brady outlaws poetry and tries to sabotage their blossoming friendship.
|Mr. Boogey Shoes||Writer: John D. Beck & Ron Hart||Director: Adam Weissman||January 30, 2012||#2x17|
|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.
|The Young and the Restless||Writer: Dave Polsky||Director: Linda Mendoza||February 6, 2012||#2x18|
|Brady and Boomer meet 2 girls at their "Meet the Kings" mixer. The girls then trick the kings into activating the Fountain of Youth and turn 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 3 of the guys before the kings become too old to live, and before Mason is taken by the old hags.
|Crouching Brady, Hidden Boomer||Writer: Matt Wickline||Director: David Kendall||March 19, 2012||#2x19|
|Brady goes on a date with Sabrina, a cute girl from the Nanju Warrior tribe, and 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.
|Beach Party Maggot Massacre||Writer: Lisa Muse Bryant||Director: Sean Mulcahy||March 26, 2012||#2x20|
|When 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.
|Make Dirt, Not War||Writer: Lisa Muse Bryant||Director: Victor Gonzalez||April 02, 2012||#2x21|
|The kings learn that their Flaji friend, Oogie, has to hide his relationship with Priscilla, the daughter of the Dirt Fairy Chief, because of their conflicting tribes. To unite the tribes and impress Mikayla, Brady tries to get Oogie to perform a Fairy courtship ritual in front of Priscilla's father. However, things don't go as planned and a mix-up causes Brady to become her boyfriend.
|Cooks Can Be Deceiving||Writer: Donald Beck||Director: Victor Gonzalez||April 09, 2012||#2x22|
|The head chef quits when the kings insist that he prepare them a steak cake, a new creation they saw on TV prepared by famed celebrity chef Spatula Jones. With the 30 foot ogre about to wake up from his ten year sleep, Boomer and Brady fly in the famous chef to help them. But when Jones turns out to be a fraud with no real culinary skills, the kings must scramble to cook the special goulash, before the Ogre wakes up.
|The Evil King||Writer: Sean Cunningham, Marc Dworkin||Director: Linda Mendoza||April 16, 2012||#2x23|
|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 King's 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 sea.
|Let The Clips Show||Writer: Eric Lev||Director: David Kendall||June 16, 2012||#2x24|
|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.