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King K. Rool
King K. Rool
Full Name King of the Team Umizoomi K. Rool
Also Known as Team Umizoomi
Jeannie
Kayla
Sonya
Barney
Mr. Bear
Felix
Conrad
Memorable Quotes I've got Klump and Krusha in the Forbidden Forest, running after an Amulet that's worthless.
JUST GIVE ME YOUR MONKEY BUSINESS FILED REPORT YOU SLIMY-SKINNED BOTTOM FEEDER!!!
I WISH YOU WOULDN'T DO THAAAAT!!!!
Keep your paws off my treasure. SIGNED, DONKEY KONG?!?!
NOT YOU TWO THE BABY!!!!!
Series Origin Donkey Kong Country
Likes The Crystal Coconut
Klump
Krusha
Dislikes Every major Rocko Squad Prime character
Failure
I Wish You Wouldn't Do That Shake
Species Crocodile
Gender Male
First Appearance in Rocko Squad Prime Natalia Needs Sleep
Voice Actor Maurice LaMarche
"OF ALL THE LOW-DOWN DIRTY ROTTEN YELLOW-BELLIED SLIME-SOMETHING TRICKS!!! THAT WAS MY IDEA!!!!"
— King K. Rool after Oz takes out his Body-Profackinator

Introduction

King of the Team Umizoomi K. Rool is a major antagonist from Donkey Kong Country, and a major character in Rocko Squad Prime, serving as every little girl's babysitter. He only appears in the cold opening sequence. See here for a full list of cold opening sequences.

About K. Rool

King K. Rool's physical appearance is slightly altered from his video game counterpart. He has no tail and one eye is not bloodshot, unlike in the games, though it does bulge to large proportions when he is excited or irritated. His eyes also are not connected as they are in the games, and instead are separated. K. Rool's wrist bands are more detailed, instead of being plain gold, as is his crown. King K. Rool's cape is also much shorter in length in Rocko Squad Prime. K. Rool also has no combat abilities and can easily be defeated by Donkey Kong, despite being the final boss of the video games. Instead of a combatant, K. Rool is a strategist trying to outsmart the Kongs using his army of loyal, yet dimwitted Kremlings.

List of Phone Calls

In eighteen episodes, King K. Rool is playing a game on the computer only to have Klump erase the game. After he destroys the computer, he gets a phone call from two children. The children who call K. Rool and the background music of K. Rool's game are as follows:

  1. In Falling Fern, the music played in K. Rool's game is Come On, taken from You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Campout Party. Here, he gets a call from Casey and Fern Arable.
  2. In Claire Creeps In, the music played in K. Rool's game is Alligator Pie, taken from Barney Goes to School. Here, he gets a call from Ellen and Claire.
  3. In Kami Koils, the music played in K. Rool's game is We Need a Vacation, taken from You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Hawaiian Beach Party. Here, he gets a call from Jeannie and Kami.
  4. In Rapunzel Refuses, the music played in K. Rool's game is the theme song to Pee-wee's Playhouse. Here, he gets a call from Vanessa and Rapunzel.
  5. In Sandy Searches, the music played in K. Rool's game is Count to Ten, which is taken from The Doodlebops episode called The Bad Day. Here, he gets a call from Sophia and Sandy.
  6. In Happy Hannah, the music played in K. Rool's game is Winter's Wonderful, which is taken from Barney's Night Before Christmas. Here, he gets a call from Samantha and Hannah Morgan.
    • This is the first episode where K. Rool speaks to a recurring girl who appeared long before this episode on the phone.
  7. In Luck of Lexine, the music played in K. Rool's game is Critters, taken from You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Hawaiian Beach Party. Here, he gets a call from Olivia and Lexine.
  8. In Tracy Takes Over, the music played in K. Rool's game is the finale for Life's a Happy Song, which is taken from the 2011 Muppet movie. Here, he gets a call from April and Tracy Charles.
  9. In Mighty Michelle, the music played in K. Rool's game is Anything to Help My Friends, taken from the Team Umizoomi episode called Milli Saves the Day. Here, he gets a call from Sonya and Michelle.
  10. In Dawn of Danielle, the music played in K. Rool's game is Practice, Practice, Practice, taken from You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Ballet Party. Here, he gets a call from Kayla and Danielle.
  11. In Announcing Ashly, the music played in K. Rool's game is the second part of Just One More Thing, which is taken from Barney's Good Day, Good Night. Here, he gets a call from Jake Boyd and Ashly Pibbin.
    • This is the first episode where K. Rool talks to a little boy on the phone.
  12. In Attention, Alice, the music played in K. Rool's game is the Song of the Blue Mermaid, which is taken from the Team Umizoomi episode called The Legend of the Blue Mermaid. Here, he gets a call from Blue Mermaid and Alice.
    • This is the first episode where K. Rool talks to an animated Team Umizoomi character on the phone.
  13. In Sinky September, the music played in K. Rool's game is It's a Beautiful Day from Barney's Adventure Bus. Here, he gets a cal from Daniel and Ms. O.
    • This is the second episode where K. Rool speaks to a little boy on the phone.
    • This is the first episode where a different ringtone is used when the phone rings.
    • This is the only episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to whoever gets stuck in quicksand on the phone.
  14. In Veruca's Very Fun Day, the music played in K. Rool's game is the song of the same name, which is taken from the 2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film. Here, he gets a call from Amy's dead brother, Michael and Veruca Salt.
    • This is the second episode where K. Rool speaks to a recurring girl who appeared long before this episode on the phone.
    • This is the second episode where K. Rool speaks to a little boy on the phone.
    • This is the first episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to any Team Umizoomi characters.
  15. In Go Outside, Octavia, the music played in K. Rool's game is Mr. Star from Barney in Outer Space. Here, he gets a call from Marcia Brady and Octavia.
    • This is the third episode where K. Rool speaks to a recurring girl who appeared long before this episode on the phone.
    • This is the second episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to any Team Umizoomi characters.
    • This is the second episode where a different ringtone is used when the phone rings.
  16. In Let It Go, Lea, the music played in K. Rool's game is Little Drops of Water, which is taken from the Barney & Friends episode called Four Seasons Day. Here, he gets a call from Min and Lea Clark.
    • This is the third episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to any Team Umizoomi characters.
    • This is the third episode where a different ringtone is used when the phone rings.
  17. In Dr. O Dives In, the music played in K. Rool's game is the first part of Very, Very Unbelievably Scary from You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Sleepover Party. Here, he gets a call from Sally and Dr. O.
    • This is the fourth episode where K. Rool speaks to a recurring girl who appeared long before this episode on the phone.
    • This is the fourth episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to any Team Umizoomi characters.
    • This is the fourth episode where a different ringtone is used when the phone rings.
  18. In Excited Eloise, the music played in K. Rool's game is the theme song to the Eloise animated series. Here, he gets a call from Sally's dead brother, Conrad and Eloise.
    • This is the fifth episode where K. Rool speaks to a recurring girl who appeared long before this episode on the phone.
    • This is the fourth episode where K. Rool speaks to a little boy on the phone.
    • This is the fifth episode where K. Rool doesn't talk to any Team Umizoomi characters.

Trivia

  • Even though Sleepy Casey is the first ever Rocko Squad Prime episode, neither King K. Rool nor his minions appeared until Natalia Needs Sleep. The latter episode is also the first episode to have an opening sequence.
  • Even though Krusha imitates some lines from various episodes of each girl's episode appearances in almost all episodes, he imitates Sonya's voice when K. Rool tells him to do Donkey Kong's voice. Although, Krusha imitates Sophia instead of Sonya if either Cindy or Madeline were imitated. Krusha still imitates the Umi City children in Season 3 onward despite their absence in the aforementioned season.
    • Krusha still imitates Sonya when he imitates Madeline in Season 3 onward.
  • In The Sleep Spell, K. Rool has a disguise based on Sonya, and he refers to Team Umizoomi as a bunch of rocks "like the kind in Team Umizoomi's head" when he calls them there. After Milli says, "Hi, Sonya! What's the problem??" K. Rool takes off his Sonya disguise.
  • Despite being the babysitter of all the little girls in the show, King K. Rool's only parental phrase is "That's enough" which he always says via raising his voice.
    • King K. Rool and Ms. O are both known to have persistent yelling in nearly every episode of Rocko Squad Prime, but while Ms. O makes any nearby girls cry, King K. Rool only makes Otto cry as shown in the K. Rool segment for Wendy's second sinking episode.
  • In More Megsie, King K. Rool's satellite is featured, possibly to reference the scene from Nanny McPhee Returns where Megsie was trying to defuse a bomb. He does this after Milli asks him (while referring to him as Samantha) what his problem is.
  • The only major girls who don't refer to King K. Rool as "Team Umizoomi" are those outside of Team Umizoomi. For instance, Sally refers to him as "Conrad" while she talks to him on the phone.
  • K. Rool is one of the many characters who only appear in the cold opening sequence and never in an actual episode.
  • In Fogged In, Kimmy Gibbler's snoring irritated both D.J. Tanner and her little sister. In Rocko Squad Prime, only King K. Rool is irritated by Kimmy Gibbler's snoring.

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