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At the Jade Palace, Po has packed for his camping trip with Mr. Ping but Shifu reminds his student he must not shirk Laoshi training. Po insists that the camping trip is very important to him and Shift tries to make Po feel guilty by talking about how he will be all alone the whole weekend. Po, unable to go forward, reluctantly invites Shifu to go with them on the trip. Shifu agrees but on the trip, Shifu and Ping keep arguing and Po does not know who to trust anymore, his own father or his master, when they arrive at the campsite, Ping wants Po to go truffle hunting but Shift wants to practice Laoshi. Po tries to do both but can't take the pressure so he runs away. While running, he runs into Kim. Po tries to defeat Kim, but he is unable to even phase him, hence the name "Kim the Invincible". While Ping and Shifu argue, they hear Po scream, they watch Kim torturing Po. As Shifu and Ping stay hidden, they try to discuss how to save Po. Shifu recognizes Kim and immediately realizes a physical attack is useless. They decide that Kim may be invincible on the outside, but maybe an internal attack would be better.
Meanwhile, Po is getting thrown around by Kim who reveals that each time he defeats a warrior, he gets a tattoo of the fight as a reward. Kim has defeated warriors from across the world including Zambia and Borneo. Ping and Shifu arrive at the scene dressed as ordinary villagers who offer Kim some tea and cake(which will actually burn Kim from the inside). But the tea accidentally spills on Kim, angering him and he tries to attack Ping and Shifu. He keeps attacking Po who eventually stuffs the cake and tea into Kim's mouth. After Kim is defeated, Po, Shifu, and Ping return happily back to the Valley of Peace.
- Mick Wingert as Po / Zeng
- Kari Wahlgren as Son
- Fred Tatasciore as Shifu
- James Hong as Mr. Ping
- Graham McTavish as Kim
- Maurice LaMarche as Dad
- This episode originally aired in other countries before its U.S. airdate.