|My New Prince|
|Season 1, Episode 13|
|Air date||November 9, 2013|
|Written by||Christopher Caesar|
The Mystery of the Hasty Fish
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My New Prince is the thirteenth and final episode of the first season of the fan-made spin-off, Kai-Lan's Royal Adventures, and the show's thirteenth overall episode. The episode premiered on November 9, 2013. In this episode, Xin Xin visits the palace, and wonders what is life like being the prince of China.
The episode begins with Rintoo and Hoho playing with their RoboBuddy, who had just recieved a brand new installment. Kai-Lan then shows up giving their toy compliments and talking about how a good toy he is, which is proved by Rintoo asking him to bring him some rope that was laying by the table beside them.
At that moment, Xin Xin shows up to see how the emperor and empress are doing, and he tells her how him, Tain Tain, and Tolee were talking about the RoboBuddy's recent installment. They then think about seeing Rintoo, who is still playing with the robot assistant in the palace's playroom.
- Rintoo: "This new upgrade on the RoboBuddy will help him get around better, understand more of what we say to him, control what he does, and he can be a better part of the palace."
- Rintoo: "Xin Xin, it will be awesome to have you in the palace. As a matter of fact, I can crown you my new prince."
- Xin Xin: "You know what. I am. And I'm glad that you made me your prince. You've really given me the title I've been searching for my entire life. It gives me the opportunity to explore the world in a whole new meaning."
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- The episode is a mix between the classic tale, The Prince and the Pauper, and the episode, Rintoo's New Leaf.
- This episode marks the third appearance of Rintoo and Hoho's RoboBuddy toy.
- The scene where Rintoo asks Xin Xin to jump in the ballpit to prove he's a real prince is a reference to the beginning of the 2002 film, A Walk to Remember.
- In order to jump in the ballpit, Xin Xin had to think of the small jumping beam at the beam. This is a reference to the Ni Hao, Kai-Lan episode, The Snowiest Ride, when Tolee had to slowly go little-by-little in order to overcome his fear of sledding down the biggest hill.
- It took about six months after the airing of the previous episode to write this episode.