Parents need to know that Kronk's New Groove is the 2005 straight-to-video sequel to The Emperor's New Groove. Those expecting child-friendly animated fare may be surprised by scenes in which jokes are mined out of sexual innuendo. For instance, in one scene two characters misinterpret the word "proposition" to mean "offering money to a prostitute for sex." A character accidentally puts the wrong film onto a movie screen, and the title "Stag Reel" appears with a large picture of a stag; the character acts embarrassed as if the film is the slang term itself. Before a romantic montage involving baking bread, the male character says to the female character, "things are about to get ... hot." Older people are tricked out of their money and lodging and are portrayed stereotypically as befuddled, toothless, hard of hearing, and prone to scratching their behinds. Kids are told to do what it takes to win. Kronk recounts a frightening experience that happened when he was a child. Within the context of a fairly tepid story are magic, deception, and threats.