|Season 2, Episode 20|
|Air date||October 8, 2010|
The Hula Duck Dance Party
Journey to Monkey King Castle
Princess Kai-Lan is the twentieth and final episode of the second season of Ni Hao, Kai-Lan, and the show's thirty-eight overall episode. The hour-long episode premiered on October 8, 2010. The Monkey King needs your help. The foxes and bears are mad with each other and he dosen't know why. So Kai-Lan and her 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 fix this predicament before it gets worst?
The episode begins with Kai-Lan and her friends playing a game of ladybug volleyball. Just as they're playing, a flying squirrel approaches them. But here's a 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 as a result, it's a problem he can't even solve.
Words in Mandarin Chinese
- 跳tiào - jump
- 朋友péng yǒu - friend
- 吹chuī - blow
- 狐王hú wáng - Fox King
- 熊后xióng hòu - Bear Queen
- 公主gōng zhǔ - Princess
- Monkey King: "It's a problem that not even I can solve."
- Rintoo: "Yeah, Kai-Lan is the best friend ever."
- This is the final episode of season 2 and the very last episode that aired in 2010.
- Ye Ye really does not appear in this episode, which marks this the first 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 sub-characters and minor characters don't appear. The characters are Lulu, San-san and the ants, Howler the Owl, Mr. Hoppy, Mr. Grasshopper, The Peeking Mice, Stompy and the Ladybugs.
- 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.