Double bill of animated features. 'The Emperor's New Groove' (2000) features the voice of David Spade as Inca Emperor Kuzco, a rich, vain man who takes delight in other people's misfortunes. His former-advisor Yzma (Eartha Kitt) would like to get rid of him and hatches a plan to poison him. But when this is botched by Yzma's assistant and instead the potion turns Kuczo into a llama, Kuzco finds that he has to learn what life is like for the people at the bottom. Kuzco enlists the help of poor farmer Pacha (John Goodman) to get him back to the palace and find a sorcerer that can reverse the spell whilst dodging Yzma and her assistant who are still trying to finish off their evil plan. In 'Kronk's New Groove' (2005), after his wild adventures with Pacha and Emperor Kuzco, loveable lug Kronk (Patrick Warburton), Yzma's former henchman, has happily started a new life as the head chef in his very own diner. When a llama-gram arrives telling him that his father is due for a visit, Kronk begins cooking up trouble with Yzma trying to make himself look like a success in time for his father (John Mahoney)'s arrival. After a series of blunders and a cheese explosion in the restaurant, Kronk finds himself in a heap of trouble. It is only with the help of his friends, both old and new, that Kronk learns to be true to his groove.