Codename: Kids Next Door

Codename: Kids Next Door

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Codename: Kids Next Door is an animated cartoon from Cartoon Network. The show focuses on Sector V, a unit of the titular organization and their ongoing battle against adult tyranny.


The story follows Sector V of the KND which is led by Nigel Uno or "Numbuh One" as he and his team battle against Adult Tyranny. The show focused on the eponymous organization which fought various forms of tyranny from adults against children, ranging from villains embodying common grievances such as Homework to various plots to rid the world of the KND or children all together using technology they built from wood and scraps, only being kept together by unknown super science. Various aspects of childhood are taken very seriously and there are parodies of media ranging from Indiana Jones to Dragon Ball Z.


The show started out as spinoff to Patrick Warburton’s unproduced series Kenny and the Chimp (below)[9], which focused on different characters but was set in the same universe. A pilot of “Kids Next Door” itself, called “No P in the ool”, and an episode of the former show aired in 2001 during a promotion Cartoon Network was holding dubbed the “Big Pick”[8], allowed viewers to vote for a concept and make it a new cartoon, Kids Next Door was the winner. The show officially premiered on December 6, 2002.

The show lasted 6 seasons. And also had 2 TV – movies: “Operation Z.E.R.O” which built on various characters and backstory and “Operation I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S.” which served as the Grand Finale of the series, ending with Numbuh One being chosen to join the Galactic Kids Next Door. The last episode of the series was aired on January 21, 2008[14].

Galactic Kids Next Door

On February 8th, 2015, a facebook account under the name "Numbuh Vine" was created[10]. The account would post mysterious pictures and encrypted text. On March 20th, 2015, the facebook page shared a video from Youtube which features a storyboard about a possible KND sequel. On March 23, 2015, a Youtube account under the name Numbuh Vine[11] was created and uploaded a video title "stop g:KnD" (the video has since been removed). A second video was uploaded on March 30th, 2015 which shows a 9 second video of operative Numbuh 4 attempts to contact Numbuh "Vine" (Shown bottom left). On March 31st, 2015, the Numbuh Vine Youtube channel uploaded a video titled "Stop the g:KND" (Shown bottom right) hinting at a possible continuation of the series dubbed “G:KND or Galactic Kids Next Door”. By April, 2015, the video received over 180,000 views.

On April 1st, 2015, a petition was made in that supports the greenlighting of the new series and is currently close to fulfilling its 15.000 supporters[12]. On April 3rd, 2015, Tom Warburton posted the petition on facebook in support of the series[13].


Though Common Sense Media gave the series a 1 out of 5 stars[17], IMDb currently holds a 7.2 rating of the show based off 5.935 users[16] while holds a 8.1 rating from 1.338 votes[15].


On 4chan’s /co/ board there are 4120 threads for “KND”[1], 1469 for “Kids Next Door”[2] and 269 entries for “Codename: Kids Next Door”. As of April 6th 2015, searches on DeviantArt for “KND”[4] and “Kids Next Door”[5] would each yield more than 20.000 results. Tumblr also has many results under the tags "KND" and "Codename: Kids Next Door". [6][7]

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Rainbow Monkeys are multicolored plush toys marketed to younger children, that are based on (and in certain merchandise made of) color changing primates. They have an associated themed song which is often repeated within the show.

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