‘Kim Possible’: First Look at Shego and Dr. Drakken – Fan Fest | For Fans, By Fans
One of the problems with Kim Possible was the lack of diversity. . occasions, but why couldn't she have at least one successful relationship? Shego could've left Dr. Drakken in the dust and went on to do her own thing. They have a close but diverse father-daughter relationship. main duties has been to help Kim to get through various issues in her friendship with Ron. Drakken has met the entire Possible clan: her mother (in "Mother's Day"), her father (in "Attack of the Killer Kim and Shego's many meetings usually result in fisticuffs. There were issues here and there, but they proved to be a strong couple, able to . Kim has a tenuous relationship with Drakken and Shego.Shego jealous moment
In fact, the work that she does is for free. Wait, hold on, rewind. Yes, Kim Possible does not get paid for the work that she does. Drakken steals something from the government, or a well known scientist. KP gets a call to come in and help. Do what you love KP. This character had no pupils. There were a lot of characters on the show that had pupils.
How could a mole rat have pupils, and not a character that was a person? Certain characters weren't allowed to have pupils, including Ron, who was a character that was featured in every episode.
They have to be able to see right? It just comes with the territory of growing up.
Drakken & Shego: All the Evil Love/Awkwardness
The two have been rivals since they were in middle school. Bonnie comes off as cold, self-centered, dismissive, and had a superiority complex. Kim was one of the most popular girls at her school. Her having a degree was a big shocker, but with everything that was revealed throughout the show. We know her brothers' names: Hego, Mego, and the Wego twins. In the series finale, they could have revealed that part about the villain.
Who knows, maybe Shego had her records destroyed. Maybe she had that information sealed away. Since the show ended 11 years ago, we will never know if the name was authentic or not. Shego looked amazing for her age and no one could tell her otherwise.
Maybe that has something to do with her being struck by that rainbow comet back in the day.
‘Kim Possible’: First Look at Shego and Dr. Drakken
With her age came with the constant mentioning of how old she was by none other than, Ron Stoppable. It was fine as a joke the first time but quickly became old after the thousandth time. Drakken Turns Good parody. The thing with a scenario like this is, if a villain is evil, why even entertain the possibility of them being good?
That includes Shego who was also turned good, accidentally. In thought or possibly without exactly showing them as such. They are evil for a reason and it does seem to throw things off a bit when an idea that was entertained becomes an actual thing.
One good thing about having Drakken turned good is hearing tidbits about his past, before he turned evil. Was chocolate milk considered a curse word in the show? Drakken said the words chocolate milk. So, what was the actual reason? In fact, during the episode, Shego said that she was fully qualified to be a teacher. Gotta love a woman who is always prepared. You have a teenager that seemed to have a normal teenage life. School, cheerleading, hectic family, best friend.
She had a full busy life, including her being a secret agent. How did she manage a part-time job and have extracurricular activities?. All of this while saving the world on a weekly basis and trying to maintain some sort of a social life. Despite this, she loves her brothers and goes out of her way to protect them, even if it means putting her own life on the line.
They were voiced in the first three seasons by actor Shaun Flemingand were voiced in the fourth season by actor Spencer Fox. Kim and Ron have a very distinctive relationship of opposites that covers both their personalities and their natural aptitudes.
While Kim is a Type A teen a perfectionist who sets high standards for herself and is concerned about imageRon has a Type B personality and is laid-back, ambivalent and somewhat random. Equally, Ron does well in almost all of the areas in which Kim does not for example: Kim and Ron complement each other and their relationship works well; as they headed into Season 4 and their senior year of high school, they had advanced from best friends to boyfriend and girlfriend.
At the end of Season 4, they are still together and have each successfully graduated from high school. With his more relaxed attitude towards life, as well as his flexibility and ability to see the good aspects of bad situations, Ron often provides a balance to Kim's ambitious nature and image-oriented personality. As such, he often encourages her to slow down and keep things in perspective, to be less competitive and not treat everything as a challenge that must be met head on and to be less image-conscious.
At times, Ron refers to Kim as "KP".
Doctor Drakken Kim and Drakken rarely interact, but when they do, Kim tries to hurt Drakken's ego by reminding him, in various ways, how he lost the last time. Drakken has met the entire Possible clan: Bonnie Rockwaller Bonnie and Kim have a highly rivalrous relationship with each other. This includes frequently going to great lengths to get the better of the other. Kim and Bonnie have been archrivals since at least middle school, but it is unknown how long Bonnie has actually known Kim and her best friend and later boyfriendRon Stoppable.
Bonnie also frequently puts down both Kim and Ron. Some episodes have shown the two girls getting along fairly well, showing that they could probably be friends if they were to overcome their rivalry. Shego Kim and Shego's many meetings usually result in fisticuffs. However, unlike the rivalry with Bonnie, Kim and Shego are more professional in their interaction with each other, as Kim is more comfortable trading punches with Shego than dealing with Bonnie's barbed comments as stated in So the Drama, by Kim, "Bonnie is High School Evil, Shego is real world evil.
Despite being enemies, they both have a lot in common. Shego and Kim managed to become friends when Shego temporarily turned good to the point Kim saw Shego as the older sister she never had. She has also been the subject of a few. Here are the many that are mentioned: Walter never actually appeared on the show. What is known is that Kim had a crush on him in middle school. He kissed Kim and their braces locked, leading to an embarrassing trip to the orthodontist. This is suspected to be Kim's first kiss.
At least that is what Kim tells her pre-superhero self in A Sitch in Time. In So the Drama, Ron recalls that he was the one Kim called for help because of the brace incident and that Mrs. Stoppable, Ron's mother, was the one who drove Kim and Walter to the orthodontist. In " Animal Attraction ", Junior begins to nurse a crush on Kim when he finds out that she's his soul mate according to Animology.
Brick thought Kim had a crush on him in " All the News " after Ron misquoted Kim in the school paper as saying that she "thought Brick Flagg was totally hot. Brick "dumped" Kim after he thought Kim was "trying too hard," thinking she had staged his kidnapping by Adrena Lynn. In Seasons 1 and 2, Kim was infatuated with Josh Mankey. Prior to Season 3, over the course of which hints of a potential and later actual romance between Kim and Ron arose, Josh received the most adoration from Kim of all her love interests as he was the main object of her "calf love" affections.
While Ron was disapproving of this relationship at first, he later grew to accept it. Kim's infatuation with Josh was revealed to have died down "last semester" in the episode " Emotion Sickness ", which allowed the creators of the show room for the coupling of Kim and Ron.
Josh was a mellow and nonchalant young man. Some fans opine that Kim and Josh would have been more interesting a pairing than Kim and Ron,  due to their social schematics predating Season 3; conversely, many fans opine that the coupling of Kim and Ron was a better choice.