Wade spends his whole life online and only speaks to his friends via cell phones. Sound familiar?
Shego's sassiness knows no bounds, and a measly glove won't stop her from displaying her indifference.
For all the action movies and TV shows that feature strong men and bumbling or peacekeeping women, it's refreshing to remember that "Kim Possible" totally flipped the script on that.
Not only was Kim the fearless and skilled half of her team, but even the villains on the show represented strong females.
Rufus did have his own rap on "Kim Possible." Maybe he really is Pitbull in diguise?
Traditional gender stereotypes and realistic body proportions went out the door for this scene.
Fans of the show sat by and watched Kim and Ron hang out and fight baddies but never get romantically involved with each other... until the very end, that is.
Doctor Drakken has you covered the next time someone tries this clichéd saying on you.
Kim needs to stop skipping leg day.
FaceTime is a trendy app now, but Wade and Kim were using it before it was cool.
In one of the "Kim Possible" movies, the high school is transformed into a brainwashing station. So, no big change, as Ron points out.
There are actually a lot of similarities between Ron Stoppable and Ron Weasley. They both wound up dating the girl they were best friends with and both had pet rats.
Once you see it, you can't go back.
This kid got really carried away with her passion for Ron. Poor Kim.
Although Señor Senior Junior was never stated to be a homosexual, his character more than hinted at it.
Although Ron and Kim never started dating until the end of the show, it was adorable scenes like this one that caused the fans to ship them so hard.
Animation smears show up in a lot of cartoons when you pause them at just the right moment. This one from the "Kim Possible" opening titles is definitely one of the most terrifying.
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