This is a list of characters appearing in the animated series Kim Possible. Kimberly Ann "Kim" Possible is a teenage girl who fights crime and saves the world on a regular basis while dealing with the normal challenges of being a teenager, such as winning cheer competitions, turning in her homework on time, and maintaining a love life. Her name is a play on the word "impossible. She has also completed missions with Wade, Monique, her brothers, and even her mother. In season four, Kim and Ron end up developing romantic feelings for each other and begin dating during their senior year. She famously adopts untypical teen slang such as "So not the drama", "No big" "no big deal" , as well as the series' catchphrase, "What's the sitch? A beautiful and popular student attending Middleton High School, Kim has a fiery and headstrong personality that occasionally affects her work, yet she fulfills the role of a protagonist by using her intelligence and sensibility to 'save the day'.
She is a lovely, devoted wife, mother, and doctor, with a cheerful demeanor and an understanding attitude. Ann looks identical to Kim, but is taller in height with lighter hair, blue eyes, and a more pinkish color to her skin. Her red hair is silkier than Kim Possible's. Her casual attire usually consists of a magenta shirt and a purple skirt with a matching skirt and high-heels.
Dr. Ann Possible
Kimberly Ann Possible   is a fictional character and the title protagonist of the animated Disney television series Kim Possible , voiced by actress Christy Carlson Romano. After starring in each of the show's 84 episodes , Kim made her final appearance in the finale " Graduation, Part 2 ", which originally aired on September 7, A high school cheerleader moonlighting as a teenage crime-fighter , the majority of Kim's missions involve her thwarting the plans of her archnemeses Dr. Drakken , a mad scientist , all-the-while coping with everyday challenges commonly associated with adolescence. Inspired by their own daughters, Schooley and McCorkle conceived Kim as a teenage girl capable of doing anything, basing the character on their own childhood hero James Bond. Upon noticing the lack of strong female leads in children's animated television, they decided to reverse traditional gender roles by making Kim the show's action hero accompanied by a male comedic sidekick in the form of best friend-turned-boyfriend Ron Stoppable. Devoid of both superpowers and a secret identity unlike traditional superheroes , the character's crime-fighting abilities are instead drawn from her cheerleading experience, thus making her more relatable to young viewers. Originally designed as a bombshell based on video game character Lara Croft , Kim's appearance was ultimately altered to resemble a teenage girl instead. When Kim Possible premiered in , Kim was instantly well-liked by both female and male audiences.
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