|Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure|
|Writer|| Nina Bargiel
Jeremy Bargiel Maxwell Atoms
|DVD||April 3, 2007|
|iTunes||April 3, 2007|
|Cartoon Network US Premiere||March 30, 2007|
Wrath of the Spider Queen
After Grim is stripped of his powers by the underworld court due to the Boogeyman suing for misuse of his powers (Skarr gets a hole in his body), Grim, Billy, Mandy, and Irwin are set to be exiled, and Numbuh 3 of the Kids Next Door becomes the new Grim Reaper. Boogey's main plan is to get rid of Grim and then steal the Horror’s Hand, an object capable of transforming its holder into the scariest and most powerful being in existence. The group eventually escapes and plans to obtain the hand for themselves for various reasons.
Both groups eventually reach where the hand is held, and they are forced into a race by Horror, a living statue that cut off its hand, and placed his fears within it. Grim's group wins the race, and they eventually find the hand. Boogey gets a hold of the hand, but he is eventually defeated when he learns that he is not scary. Later on, Boogey suffers from many injuries, and gets a mental disorder, causing him to be afraid of everything around him. Afterwards, Grim gets his job back, and the group learns that they had gotten everything that they wanted without having the hand. In the end, a naked, cut up Billy comes from two weeks in the future to warn that if Mandy had used Horror's Hand, she would have taken over the world in two weeks. He eventually goes back to the future to make sure that things were set right and finds that Fred Fredburger somehow stole Horror's Hand from Grim's magic trunk and took over the world as the new Lord of Horror. Despite his newly-acquired power, he is very much the same mutant green elephant-like creature he was. He can't spell "Nachos" (he puts a "Z" at the end instead of an "S"), and also revealed his fear was running out of nachos.
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- This movie marks the first time Mandy is kissed by Irwin.
- When Boogey enters the pipe, the Warp Pipe sound effect from Super Mario is played.
- In Mandy's worst nightmare, it is shown that Billy and Grim really mean a lot to her and she'd feel weak if they ever found out about this.
- At the bottom left corner of the Cannibal Run map, there is label reading, "To Camden, New Jersey."
- It is revealed that Billy has a second cousin who was able to steal Grim's scythe, to whom which side of his parents' family he belongs to is unknown.
- This episode tells us that General Skarr has been living in Endsville even before he left his job at Evil Con Carne.
- The scene with a robotic Billy and Mandy looking on from a gigantic monitor is a reference to the film Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
- When Boogey tells his assistant, Creeper, to summon the kracken, it is an obvious reference to the Disney film, Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest where Davy Jones sends his kracken out to hunt down Captain Jack Sparrow and then later Will Turner. And the fact that Boogey's ship has black sails may also be a reference to the Pirates trilogy due to the Black Pearl also having torn, black sails.
- When Billy, Mandy, Irwin and Grim are about to be eaten by the cyclopes, then take his eye and cause Billy to eat it, is a reference to the Greek story of Oddessius where Odessius and his men are trapped in a cyclops's cave and Oddessius and his men blind the cyclops and trick him into letting them go.
- The keys that Creeper uses to release the Krakken makes a sound of the car key vibration to open the headlights of a sedan.
- The guitarist shown playing the solo in the song Scary-O resembles Slash, the guitarist of the band, Guns and Roses. He has long hair and the signature tophat with medals on it like Slash does.
- The scene where Irwin made Mandy wake up from a disgusting kiss references Sleeping Beauty after defeating several pirates.
- Irwin said "This is just like Titanic!", referencing the suicide part.
- Irwin finally kissed Mandy in this film, which he always wanted to do in the TV Series. However, the ending credits stated he caught cooties and mono after he did this act.
- The picture where policemen are fighting dinosaurs is a parody of the 1997 film The Lost World: Jurassic Park, where several police cars chase after a Tyrannosaurus Rex rampaging loose in San Diego brought by ship transport. The dinosaur the cops are fighting is a Spinosaurus, the major antagonist of the film Jurassic Park 3.
- Boogey's ability to morph into objects is absent in the film, which he had in the TV Series.
- According to Tom Warburton, the creator of Codename: Kids Next Door, he first wanted to use Numbuh 2 as the Reaper in the film, but he ended up with & having Numbuh 3 as the Reaper, since she is the only Sector V Operative who doesn't have an antagonistic side. The film changed almost 100% of Kuki's personal attitude and personality.