Ni Hao, Kai-Lan: Princess Kai-Lan (2024)

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Ni Hao, Kai-Lan: Princess Kai-Lan (also known by the episode title name Princess Kai-Lan) is the twentieth and final episode of the second season of Ni Hao, Kai-Lan, and the show's thirty-eighth overall episode. The hour-long episode premiered on October 8, 2010.


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The Monkey King needs Kai-Lan's help, as the foxes and bears are mad with each other and he doesn't know why. Kai-Lan and her animal friends embark on a journey to help fix the situation. During their adventure, they encounter a young bear cub and a young fox cub who quickly become best friends, but their own kinds won't let them see each other. Can Kai-Lan and her animal friends fix this predicament before it gets worse?


The episode begins with Kai-Lan and her animals friends playing a game of butterfly ball. Just as they're playing, a flying squirrel approaches them. But to their surprise, that squirrel is actually the Monkey King! He showed up to ask for Kai-Lan's help because in a magical kingdom of foxes and bears, they are mad at each other, and there is a wall in the middle of their kingdom. As a result, it's a problem he can't even solve. Kai-Lan and her animal friends go to the kingdom to ask the Fox King why they don't like the bears. Because their dancing shakes the ground. Then they went to ask the bear queen why they don't like the foxes. Because their singing is horrible. So the foxes and the bears go to the wall, and told each other why their mad. Then Kai-Lan told everyone that the foxes and bears are friends. After that the Monkey King turned the wall into a bridge. Kai-Lan then told the king and queen that they should call the place "the kingdom of friends". The Fox King and the Bear Queen said that they needed a princess, so the Monkey King states that Kai-Lan should be "the princess of friends". As everyone liked it, the Monkey King turns Kai-Lan into a princess, resulting in everyone cheering for her with fireworks. Princess Kai-Lan states that her friends should be "the knights of the kingdom of friends", so Kai-Lan turns her animals friends into knights. They then end the episode with singing and dancing.


  • This is the final episode in production order (as this episode was produced in 2010 and Journey to Monkey King Castle was produced in 2009) and the very last episode that aired in 2010.
    • According to Jennifer Nelson's concept art, this would've been the final episode of Season 3. Or that could’ve been concept’s for the episode
  • This is the final episode to premiere on the main Nickelodeon channel as the series would move to the Nick Jr. Channel with the episode, "Journey to Monkey King Castle".
  • This is the first episode to not feature "Let's Find Out Why" or a song related to the problem.
  • Ye-Ye does not appear in this episode, which marks the only episode without him.
  • This episode marks the Monkey King's official debut. He also appears in the season three episode, "Journey to Monkey King Castle".
  • This is the only episode where the sub-characters and minor characters don't appear. The characters are Lulu, San-san and the ants, Howard the Owl, Mr. Hoppy, Mr. Grasshopper, The Peeking Mice, Stompy, Mr. Fluffy, Mei Mei and the Ladybugs as well as a main character Ye-Ye.
  • The overall plot of this episode may be similar to Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" play as both this and the play featured main characters that weren't allowed to see each other due to their families hating each other.
  • The last time the solution is in C major.
  • This episode mark's the first and only time kai-lan and her friends had supernatural powers (being able to jump high/flutter jumping) due to their magic outfits granted by the Monkey King.
  • The "we got it" solution was sung only once in the entire episode.


  • When the Monkey King left to get his magic stick fixed the magic stick can be seen on the ground when he left even though he stored it away.

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