The Emperor's New Groove

A spoiled, selfish Emperor, Kuzco suddenly finds himself on an adventure of a lifetime after being turned into a spoiled, selfish llama by his two "closest" associates (Yzma & Kronk), who then replace him. Joining him on his adventure to win back his throne is a peasant by the name of Pacha - a llama herder who is torn between doing what the Emporer wants & doing what is right.

Continuity mistake: Right after going over the waterfall, Pacha finds Emperor Kuzko unconscious. When he takes him onto land, his tongue is sticking out. In the next shot, it's back in his mouth.

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Yzma: This isn't poison. This is extract of... Llama!
Kronk: You know, in my defense, your poisons all look alike. You might think about relabeling some of them.

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Trivia: When Kronk is getting rid of Kuzco (now as a llama) he is darting around suspiciously humming some theme song. When some people approach, he stands against the wall. You can see that the design on the wall are two hands pointing to where he was standing.

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Question: All of the vials that Yzma has are labeled, but how? They can't be inside the vale because they would be wet and Yzma couldn't have flipped the label up like she did in a scene, yet...there is nothing attaching the label to the vial. how is it attached?

Answer: It is probably attached with the equivalent of a piece of Scotch tape rolled over itself; I'm sure you've done that before. It wouldn't be visible to the naked eye, and Yzma would be able to flip the label up.

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