List of Kim Possible episodes - Wikipedia
Contents[show] Family Dr. James Possible Kim's father is Dr. James Timothy year of high school, they had advanced from best friends to boyfriend and girlfriend. actually known Kim and her best friend (and later boyfriend), Ron Stoppable. Kim and Ron have a very distinctive relationship of opposites that covers both their However there were some incidents even before they started dating which hinted .. new girl named Yori showed up at Middleton High School in the company with Ron. Kim Possible: You do me proud, Ron Stoppable, by just being you. Into kim and stoppable dating possible ron start. the company expanded its when did kim possible and ron stoppable start dating when do kim possible and.
For much of the series he treats her as a mature and responsible young lady, expecting her to babysit her younger brothers, instructing her to get a part-time job if she wants expensive new clothes, and accepting her going on dangerous missions without a second thought - believing that she is skilled enough to stay out of harms way.
However, because of the closeness of their relationship, he sometimes forgets that she isn't a child anymore and treats her as if she were much younger, failing to see that she doesn't always enjoy doing the same things that she did when she was little, and not being able to see when his behavior might embarrass her.
His nickname for her is his "Kimmy-Cub," which she sees as a sign of affection, except when it is said within earshot of Bonnie.
Similarly, because of their close relationship, Kim often finds it hard to tell her father when he embarrasses her, or to explain how she has grown out of things that she used to enjoy, for fear of hurting his feelings. He is voiced by actor Gary Cole. Ann Possible Kim's mother is Dr.
Ann Possiblea brain surgeon. Their mother-daughter relationship is given less airtime than her relationship with her father, but it is often scripted when emotional depth or conflict resolution is required, usually in relation to Kim's teenage angst. While Kim's father is often either oblivious to, or uncomfortable with, many of the teenage issues that Kim faces throughout the series, Mrs. Possible is much more in tune with her daughter's feelings and frequently acts as an emotional anchor for Kim—helping her to put her feelings into perspective, and reminding her that things aren't always as bad as they might seem.
Aside from helping her daughter to battle peer pressure, one of Mrs. Possible's main duties has been to help Kim to get through various issues in her friendship with Ron. Whether Kim was jealous of Ron's new found friendship with Felix, feeling guilty about ditching him in favor of Monique, or was afraid that his eagerness to be accepted was leading him down the path to embarrassment, Mrs.
Possible was always there to have a mother-daughter moment and to provide her with sage advice. She is voiced by actress Jean Smart. She often finds Jim and Tim to be juvenile and embarrassing, and she resents the fact that babysitting them impinges upon her social life. She also frequently becomes angry at them when they invade her privacy, or attempt to embarrass her in front of her friends, by reading her diary, building something crazy which might blow up, or posting sneaked photographs of her on the Internet.
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. As far as she could tell, she had all the qualities that should have put her on top of the food chain.
At the very least, she should be higher than Kim in this equation. She wasn't a math nerd for one, obviously. She was also certain that she had more on Kim as a cheerleader, no matter what the rest of the squad might say. But above all, Bonnie had her looks.
Anyone could see that Bonnie was the better teenage girl because she actually looked like a teenage girl, compared to whom she felt Kim more resembled a tall ten-year-old.
She had legs like a weight lifter and a chest like mosquito bites. Why can't everybody see that, and respond accordingly? Heck, why can't even Ron see that? Not that Bonnie necessarily wanted anything to do with the loser now, but if he was going to make a fool of himself ogling girls above his station, why doesn't he at least admire her?
Maybe, Bonnie figured, it was time to demonstrate that. In any event she had to respond in some way to the new status quo on campus. It was expected, after all. In sharp contrast to the blissful cloud she'd been on for the past three weeks. Although she'd never so intrusive as to try and play matchmaker, she had always felt that Ron might be better for Kim, might care more for her, then most of the superficially 'cute' boys Kim seemed interested up until now.
She was quite thrilled to learn that they were going to give dating a try. Still, such a development came with its own baggage, in that a couple might have fights that feel … more personal than they would were they between mere best friends. That's only to be expected. It was meant to be a flip remark, to lighten Kim's mood as a prelude to some mother-daughter quality time regarding the unanticipated hassles of boyfriends.
So she wasn't quite prepared to hear Kim reply "Yes" quite so matter-of-factually. Possible deduced the situation right then, more or less accurately. Which is when Ron burst into the kitchen like he was late for an appointment. Will you please…oh, hi, Mrs. We were just talking about you. P" Ron said hurriedly. Possible turned from the kitchen counter where she had been surreptitiously preparing a tray of cheese and crackers, an after-school snack she used to prepare for both of them in first grade.
On some level she realized that this was a first taste of a lovers' tiff for the both of them, and she really should butt out and let them experience it for themselves. But just as they were new to being a girlfriend and boyfriend, she was still too recently a mother to small children to be able to let go of her instincts to kiss the hurts away. But she felt she had something invested in her daughter's relationship with Ron; before she met her husband, she had had her share of regrets in the form of her associations with superficially handsome young men who didn't really care for the bright woman behind the red hair and blue eyes.
She saw Ron as someone who knew and respected Kim as a person, while too many of the 'hotties' Kim used to favor, she felt, only wanted to claim the head cheerleader or the famous teen hero. Besides, she wanted to get her two cents worth in to what she expected was the topic. Seated comfortably in the living room, and seeing that Kim was still a tad on the agitated side, Dr.
Possible motioned for Ron to begin speaking. But ever since the Prom, it's been more like she's been trying to …" "Break us up.
Now she's all about how I should be too good for Ron. Or she was until today…She came up to our booth at Bueno Nacho and said how …how…" "Yes? And Ron…" she cast a withering glare in his direction. It's not like I could pretend she wasn't there.
We were in our regular booth. Where was I supposed to go? Possible chimed in, "didn't you tell me after Prom you expected Bonnie might try to, er, be more troublesome? Why is this such a bit issue now? Or at least, it's not just what she did. It's how Ron reacted to it!
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Bonnie was trying to make me feel, y'know, inadequate. Her first teenage child, with her first relationship, having her first real bout of body image issues.
She knew she really should have expected this. She had a feeling she knew what Kim was going to ask about at some point in the future. She was right, it's just that she didn't think she'd ask right then. As both your mother and a doctor…" "It's because you're a doctor that I figure I should be able to ask you. Get a boob job, I mean?
What would be the point? So I look better, for…for…" "For me? But now, Kim was feeling slightly abashed, without really being clear why. Perhaps that's what emboldened Ron to say what he did next. P, can I ask you something?
This might sound kind of like a dumb thing to ask someone's mother, but, well, you are a doctor too and all, so…" She smiled. Then, with the feeling of a man about to step off the high dive, "It may seem like kind of a guy thing to say this this way, but…as Bonnie was demonstrating today, isn't part of the point of women having breasts to…uh…get attention?
Possible said, "Well, it is more of a 'guy thing' in that it has more to do with what men notice than what women have. But yes, you could say that. Her mother kept a neutral expression. Like stuffing and fluffing a pillow to get it in the shape you want it. I mean, not that I can't feel anything at all, but I can sure tell I feel a lot less compared to my other knee. I've gotta believe it would be kind of the same no matter where you were doing the cutting and stitching.
I mean, wouldn't that basically be a more expensive version of stuffing your bra with tissues? Like buying our clothes from someplace nice instead of Smarty Mart…uh, Mom? Possible had grown still and quiet.
Turning to her, they saw… That she had tears running down her face. And she was smiling widely. And before either teen could formulate a question as to why, she stood up, strode purposefully to where Ron was sitting, and pulled him into a fierce embrace, sobbing just a bit. Ron was a little concerned he might have been out of line raising this topic; he wasn't sure if either lady would be offended or grossed out or what, but this reaction was totally unexpected.
Unsure of what was the entirely appropriate response, Ron patted her back and just held her for a moment. Finally he asked, "Uh, Mrs.