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Episodes American Broadcasting Company September 14, 2002 and April 29, 2006

Season 1 (2002-2003) American Broadcasting Company September 14, 2002 and January 14, 2006

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date

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102 102 "Crush" Chris Bailey Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle David Bullock, Rossen Varbanov & Eugene Salandra September 21, 2002 102
Kim tries to stop Dr. Drakken from using stolen Japanese game technology to build a giant robot. Fighting the bad guys, however, is nothing compared to asking her crush, Josh Mankey (Breckin Meyer), out to an upcoming school dance.
137 137 "Sink or Swim" Chris Bailey Julie DuFine & Amanda Rudolph Schwartz Eugene Salandra, Holly Forsyth & David Bullock January 14, 2006 137
On their way to a cheerleading competition, the Middleton Cheer squad gets stranded at an old camp with which Ron has a long and bad history. He faces Gill, an amphibious mutant who, when human, constantly picked on Ron, but who is now determined to get his revenge on him for inadvertently causing his transformation.

Season Finale

103 103 "The New Ron" Chris Bailey Mark Palmer Eugene Salandra & Ed Baker September 28, 2002 103
When Ron finds himself gaining attention with a haircut Kim convinced him to get, he attempts to transform his personality as well, but develops an unhealthy obsession with his hair. When he and Kim go to France to get more hair gel, Ron unwittingly inspires reclusive billionaire Señor Senior, Jr. to take up a life of crime, and now Kim and the newly changed Ron must save France from a blackout.
105 105 "Downhill" Chris Bailey Brian Swenlin Troy Adomitis, Tom Bernardo & Chris Rutkowski October 12, 2002 105
A school ski trip leads to "humiliation nation" when Bonnie manages to place Kim's parents as chaperones. As she struggles with her parents' presence, Kim also has to confront a rogue geneticist named DNAmy and her mutant monsters.
104 104 "Bueno Nacho" Chris Bailey Julie DuFine & Amanda Rudolph Schwartz David Bullock, Louis M. Police, Tom Bernardo, Nick Filippi & Adam Van Wyk October 5, 2002 104
Kim takes a job at Bueno Nacho to pay for a fashionable jacket, convincing the reluctant Ron to keep her company by applying for him too. As Ron's career kicks off and he becomes assistant manager, Drakken plots to destroy Wisconsin from inside a giant wheel of cheese, capturing Kim in the process. In order to save her, Ron must choose between his career or duty as sidekick.
106 106 "Number One" Chris Bailey Mark Palmer Scott Morse, Tom Bernardo & Robert Kline October 19, 2002 106
The international crime-fighting organization, Global Justice, pairs Kim with their snobby top agent to hunt down the kidnapper of a prominent scientist, revealed to be villainous Scottish golfer Duff Killigan. Sensing weakness, Bonnie uses the opportunity to make a play to replace Kim as cheer captain.
107 107 "Mind Games" Chris Bailey Marsha Griffin Tom Bernardo & Adam Van Wyk January 18, 2003 107
Drakken's latest scheme accidentally leads to Kim and Ron switching bodies. Kim gets a taste of what it is like to be the unpopular outcast while Ron finds out about life with the burden of actual responsibility.
109 109 "Attack of the Killer Bebes" Chris Bailey Madellaine Paxson Troy Adomitis & Eugene Salandra April 5, 2003 109
Robots that are suspiciously similar to ones designed by Drew Lipsky (Dr. Drakken)—one of Dr. Possible's old college buddies—kidnap his friends one by one. Meanwhile, Ron joins the cheerleading squad as the mascot, much to Kim's chagrin.
  • This episode chronologically comes before "Sink or Swim".
108 108 "Royal Pain" Chris Bailey Madellaine Paxson Eugene Salandra, Michael Manley & Chris Rutkowski January 25, 2003 108
Kim allows the snobbish Prince of Rodeghan to hide out in Middleton for protection, and he winds up running against her in the school election, which is complicated by the arrival of an organization bent on overthrowing the Rodeghan monarchy.
111 111 "Coach Possible" Chris Bailey Laura McCreary Stephen Sandoval & Holly Forsyth July 26, 2003 111
After Dr. James Possible breaks his leg, Kim takes over coaching his soccer team, and drives the twins and the other players insane with her ultra-competitiveness. In between practice, she and Ron try to recover state-of-the-art animatronic animals and a neon-style gas from the thieving Seniors, one of which is coming up with his own evil scheme for the very first time.
101 101 "Monkey Fist Strikes" Chris Bailey Gary Sperling Curt Geda, Troy Adomitis & Eugene Salandra September 14, 2002 101
Kim and Ron help the adventurer Lord Monty Fiske retrieve a monkey statue, ostensibly to give to a museum. Fiske, however, uses it along with the rest of the set to transform into a fearsome kung fu master. When Kim is forced to visit her nerdy cousin Larry, it's all up to Ron to stop Monkey Fist.

Series Premiere

133 133 "October 31st" Chris Bailey Mark Palmer Tom Bernardo, Robert Kline & David Schwartz October 8, 2005 133
While fighting Drakken, Shego, and Duff Killigan, Kim accidentally has a strange bracelet attached to her wrist. She discovers that the bracelet grows every time she lies, leading to embarrassment when she tries to get out of a series of engagements to attend a Halloween party with Josh Mankey.
  • This is chronologically the last episode of the season.
110 110 "The Twin Factor" Chris Bailey Mark Palmer David Bullock & Eugene Salandra July 5, 2003 110
Drakken steals mind-control technology which he intends to replicate to take over the world. When her parents leave on a retreat Kim is forced to take her twin brothers along to stop Drakken.

Season 2 (2003-2004) American Broadcasting Company August 2, 2003 and April 1, 2006

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date

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118 118 "Naked Genius" Steve Loter Matthew Negrete Troy Adomitis, David Filoni & Lyndon Ruddy September 13, 2003 118
After a mission to stop Drakken from using a top secret machine, Ron suddenly begins exhibiting profound knowledge and intelligence in his algebra writing. When he is kidnapped by Drakken and forced to construct a doomsday device, however, Kim and the subtly-changed Rufus must save him.
119 119 "Grudge Match" Dave Block Gary Sperling Carolyn Gair & Llyn Hunter September 20, 2003 119
Ron goes to ridiculous lengths to grab the attention of a pretty girl at the theater. Meanwhile, Kim uncovers a conspiracy at the Space Center involving top secret technology, battle robots, and a disgruntled former employee.
112 112 "Two To Tutor" David Block Kurt Weldon Sharon Forward, Robert Griggs & John Dorman August 2, 2003 112
An absurdly skilled Ron schools a hopelessly clueless Kim in the art of cooking at their new elective class while Shego tutors Señor Senior, Jr. in the art of villainy. When the duo set out to steal a valuable recipe, Kim has to put the lessons she's learned to the test.

Season Premiere

113 113 "The Ron Factor" Steve Loter Gary Sperling David J. Knott, Lyndon Ruddy & Michael Manley August 9, 2003 113
Global Justice conducts an intensive study of Ron to determine whether he is the secret to Kim's success. Unfortunately, an evil rival organization called W.E.E. has plans of their own for him.
114 114 "Car Trouble" Steve Loter Bill Motz & Bob Roth David Knott & Douglas Murphy August 16, 2003 114
After flunking driver's education, Kim is visited by an artificially intelligent vehicle called Sadie whose creator Dr. Freeman has been kidnapped by Drakken to improve his army of robots.
115 115 "Rufus in Show" David Block Eddie Guzelian Barry Caldwell August 23, 2003 115
Rufus poses as a Peruvian hairless show-dog so that Kim can investigate the mansion of a master jewel thief.
115 115 "Adventures In Rufus-Sitting" David Block Eddie Guzelian Louie del Carmen August 23, 2003 115
Kim agrees to babysit Rufus while Ron is in France for a while. A series of events lead him to become the target of Shego, Duff Killigan, and Monkey Fist when he unknowingly swallows a microchip they're after.
116 116 "Job Unfair" David Block Nicole Dubuc Carolyn Gair & Llyn Hunter August 30, 2003 116
Kim is hot on the trail of Drakken and Shego after they steal a flying weather machine in a bizarre plot to attack Canada. At the same time, a disastrous job affair leaves her to deal with an obsessive janitor and Ron's mysterious spy master.
117 117 "The Golden Years" David Block Earl Kress Sharon Forward, Robert Griggs & David Schwartz September 6, 2003 117
Kim tries to skirt the old fashioned overprotectiveness of her elderly paternal grandmother ‘Nana’ Possible during a visit to Florida while she unravels Drakken's latest mind-controlling plan.
127 127 "Virtu-Ron" Steve Loter Mark Palmer Ashley Lenz, Tom Bernardo & Tim Maltby May 14, 2005 127
The MMORPG world of Everlot is under the iron grip of an evil figure known only as the Wraithmaster. To impress Zita, Ron plays and excels with the expert advice of Wade. When he and Zita become trapped inside the game, however, he crosses paths with the Wraithmaster who just happens to be competing for her affections as well. Ron's only hope is for the return of the enigmatic Tunnel Lord, the only one strong enough to fight the Wraithmaster head on.
124 124 "Exchange" Steve Loter Thomas Hart Ashley Lenz, Thomas Bernardo & Nick Filippi October 2, 2004 124
Middleton High welcomes mysterious wild-haired Japan native Hirotaka while Ron transfers to an equally secret ninja school in a student exchange. As he makes himself at home, Kim and Monique get into a steadily intensifying competition to gain the exchange student's affections. Meanwhile, in Japan, Ron must foil Monkey Fist's attempts to steal the immensely powerful Lotus Blade.
120 120 "A Very Possible Christmas" David Block Mark Palmer Barry Caldwell, Louie del Carmen, Sharon Forward & Carolyn Gair December 6, 2003 120
Ron is disappointed that his favorite Christmas special, Snowman Hank, has been canceled and replaced. Meanwhile, as a gift to Kim, Ron decides to foil Drakken's latest world-conquering plan himself so that she can enjoy the festivities with her family. But when he and Drakken end up stranded in the North Pole, Kim, her family, and Shego have to search for them.
123 123 "Hidden Talent" David Block Michael A. Newton Carolyn Gair, Dave Schwartz, Sharon Forward & Llyn Hunter September 25, 2004 123
Ron signs an unwilling Kim up for the school talent show after Bonnie announces her intent to crush any competition. Her plans to sing are interrupted when Wade begins acting erratically and makes Kim and Ron recover a supposedly stolen teleportation device from Professor Dementor, the duo unaware they are being secretly manipulated by Drakken and Shego.
121 121 "Return to Camp Wannaweep" David Block Matt Negrete John Nevarez, Llyn Hunter, Francisco Barrios & Holly Forsyth May 1, 2004 121
On their way to cheerleading camp, the squad again finds itself at Camp Wannaweep for the Spirit Stick Competition. Kim deals with having Bonnie as her bunk-room partner while Ron cannot overcome his strong suspicions about an apparently reformed and cured Gill.
122 122 "Go Team Go" David Block Nicole Dubuc Sharon Forward, Carolyn Gair, John Nevarez, Thomas Bernardo & Nick Filippi May 8, 2004 122
On a trip to bustling Go City, a bird-themed supervillain named Aviarius attacks the Bueno Nacho Ron and Kim are visiting, and Kim inadvertently gains super-strength when she attempts to foil the villain. The two teens quickly find themselves involved with the retired superhero group, Team Go, who, Kim quickly learns, are Shego's brothers. But with Team Go powerless against Aviarius and their two youngest members captured, they must enlist the help of none other than Shego herself.

Guest star: Fred Savage

129 129 "The Full Monkey" David Block Thomas Hart & Zach Stones Barry Caldwell, Louie del Carmen, Fred Gonzales & Holly Forsyth June 4, 2005 129
Kim accidentally becomes bonded with a mystic amulet while fighting Monkey Fist, and begins transforming into a monkey. Ron must find a way to change her back while avoiding the complications Josh Mankey's attention may provide.
128 128 "Blush" David Block Laura McCreary Barry Caldwell, Louie del Carmen, Fred Gonzales, Robert Griggs & David Knott May 21, 2005 128
Just in time to complicate her growing crush on Josh Mankey, Drakken sprays Kim with a rare pollen that creates a hole on her bellybutton that makes her slowly vanish more and more each time she's embarrassed. Ron and Wade's attempts to find another dose of pollen are complicated when Kim is asked out on a date by Josh, and now Kim must fight Drakken and Shego without Josh finding out about them.
136 136 "Partners" Dave Block Gary Sperling Louie del Carmen & Barry Caldwell December 3, 2005 136
Kim, hoping not to be landed with Ron as her science project partner, instead gets a brainiac who won’t let her do anything at all. Monique gets Ron and quickly becomes exasperated by his trademark laziness. Meanwhile, Drakken charms DNAmy into creating a giant monster for him.
  • This episode was released directly to video in 2003 prior to premiering on television.
130 130 "Oh Boyz" Steve Loter Sheryl Scarborough & Kayte Kuch Thomas Bernardo, Dave Knott, Ashley Lenz & Zachary Moncrief June 11, 2005 130
To help his son's ongoing quest to become a pop music sensation, Señor Senior, Sr. kidnaps the Oh Boyz band to blackmail their record company. The plan backfires when Ron winds up captured along with them. The record executive, finding the Oh Boyz' disappearance to be a profit windfall, is in no hurry to help so Kim must rescue Ron and the band on her own.
140 140 "Sick Day" David Block Matt Negrete & Tom Hart Sharon Forward, Llyn Hunter & Carolyn Gair April 1, 2006 140
Kim catches a nasty cold from the Tweebs, but still accepts a mission to guard a mysterious machine. After Drakken and Shego steal the device, her mother insists that she stay in bed to rest while Ron and then the Tweebs take up her duties. By the time matters are resolved, everybody on both sides of the conflict has caught the cold.

Season Finale

140 140 "The Truth Hurts" David Block Matt Negrete John Nevarez, Robert Griggs & David Bullock April 1, 2006 140
In a mission to save a prominent scientist from Drakken, Kim and Ron are hit with a truth-telling raygun. Ron adapts well to his new honesty while Kim has to bite her tongue during a visit from Dr. Possible's bosses.

Season Finale

126 126 "Mother's Day" Steve Loter Story by : Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir

Teleplay by : Thomas Hart

Ashley Lenz, Thomas Bernardo, Nathan Chew, Nick Filippi & Dave Knott May 7, 2005 126
As a part of Mother's Day mother-daughter bonding, Kim and her mother Dr. Possible decide to foil Drakken's latest scheme together. Drakken, on his part, is forced to deal with the unexpected visit of his mother while he attempts to steal a batch of Syntho-Plasma.
131 131 "Ron Millionaire" Nick Filippi Bill Motz & Bob Roth Nick Filippi, Dave Knott, Troy Adomitis & Kyle Menke June 18, 2005 131
Naco royalties suddenly make Ron a tremendously wealthy multimillionaire, then he proceeds to squander his newfound fortune on a posse of fake friends and spending binges. Out of greed, Drakken steals Ron's money to complete his latest doomsday scheme.

Song (s) featured: "Celebration"

125 125 "Rewriting History" David Block Michael A. Newton Louie del Carmen, Barry Caldwell, Thomas Bernardo, Carolyn Gair & Dave Knott October 23, 2004 125
Kim discovers a century-old scandal involving the theft of a wondrous energy storage device, her paternal great-great aunt Miriam "Mim", and amusingly the ancestors of many of her friends and foes including Ron, Professor Dementor, Dr. Drakken, Shego, and Wade's great-grand uncle Wayne. Kim must work quickly to both clear the name of her paternal great-great aunt "Mim" and find the device in time before the entirely Tri City is destroyed by the massive explosion it will create.

Season 3 (2004-2006) American Broadcasting Company September 17, 2005 and April 29, 2006

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date

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141 141 "Steal Wheels" Steve Loter Brian Swenlin Kyle Menke, Nick Filippi & Luke Brookshier April 8, 2006 141
In an attempt to reform Eddie Lipsky (a.k.a. Motor Ed), his aunt places him under the care of his cousin, Drakken. Together, the two plot to steal the technology powering Felix's wheelchair to construct a destructive vehicle. In the meantime, Kim is jealous of all the time Ron is spending with Felix so she tries joining in on their fun.
132 132 "Emotion Sickness" Steve Loter Brian Swenlin Tom Bernardo & Lyndon Ruddy September 17, 2005 132
In an attempt to foil yet another scheme of Drakken to steal an electromagnetic accelerator, experimental mood-altering devices accidentally get attached to Kim and Shego. As a result, confusion and mayhem for both Ron and Drakken ensue as the devices send the girls hurtling through a range of emotions, including anger, sorrow, and even love.

Season Premiere

135 135 "Bonding" Steve Loter John Behnke & Rob Humphrey David Bullock, Troy Adomitis, Robert Pratt, Kyle Menke, Craig Rousseau & Adam Van Wyk November 26, 2005 135
After an unsuccessful mission to stop Dementor, Kim and Ron are struck with a experimental adhesive and must learn to live life attached to Bonnie and Barkin, respectively.
134 134 "Bad Boy" Steve Loter Nicole Dubuc Todd Britton, Carolyn Gair, Jennifer Graves, Craig Kemplin & Lyndon Ruddy November 19, 2005 134
When Ron wants to avoid his devilishly warped Cousin Shaun at a wedding, Kim subtly suggests than Ron take her as a friendly date. Drakken meanwhile attempts to use a HenchCo. device called the Attitudinator to make himself more evil. The plan fails when Kim and Ron break the machine, transferring Drakken's evilness into Ron and Ron's goodness into Drakken.
139 139 "Showdown at the Crooked D" Steve Loter Mark Palmer Dave Knott, Nick Filippi, Troy Adomitis, Fred Gonzales, Thomas Bernardo & Kyle Menke March 11, 2006 139
When Kim and her family visit her paternal uncle in Montana she finds herself dealing with Joss, her cousin and biggest fan, who wants to be just like her. Together, the two of them must foil Drakken's latest scheme to put the brightest scientific minds on the planet out of commission.
  • This episode was included on Kim Possible: The Villain Files DVD as a bonus episode in 2004.
142 142 "Overdue" Steve Loter Jim Peterson Eugene Salandra, Jennifer Graves & Robert Pratt April 15, 2006 142
Ron races through the lairs of several of Kim's enemies in order to recover an overdue book of hers he lost and she took the blame for.
142 142 "Roachie" Steve Loter Brian Swenlin David Prince & LeSean Thomas April 15, 2006 142
Evil scientist Chester Yapsby unleashes an army of giant cockroaches on Middleton, one with whom Ron unexpectedly bonds.
138 138 "Rappin’ Drakken" Steve Loter Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Nick Filippi, Louie del Carmen, Jennifer Graves & Dave Knott February 11, 2006 138
After the dramatic failure of his latest plot, Drakken turns to a televised music contest to promote his own line of mind-controlling shampoo. To thwart his plans, Kim decides to enter in the show herself.
144 144 "Team Impossible" Steve Loter Rob Humphrey & John Behnke Louie del Carmen, Robert Griggs, Lyndon Ruddy & Dave Knott April 29, 2006 144
Team Impossible, the world's premier action and rescue team confront Kim and demand that she end her world saving career, which is cutting into their profit margin. When Kim refuses to do so she suddenly finds that the network of connections which allow her to travel the world is missing, leading to a confrontation with her competitive rivals.

Series Finale

143 143 "Gorilla Fist" Steve Loter Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle Troy Adomitis, Louie del Carmen & Lyndon Ruddy April 22, 2006 143
Ron is enlisted by Yori, his lady friend and classmate from the Yamanuchi Ninja School to help find their missing Sensei, who has supposedly been kidnapped by Monkey Fist. A suspicious and jealous Kim pursues them.
  • This episode was included on the DVD of the movie, Kim Possible: So the Drama as a bonus episode.
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