List of Kim Possible episodes
The following is a list of episodes for the Disney Channel series Kim Possible. The series aired from June 7, 2002, to September 7, 2007, with four seasons, eighty-seven episodes, and two TV movies produced. The series began airing on Disney XD on Feb 3, 2014 and aired season 4 episodes in production order in the morning, then randomly airing season 2 and 3 episodes in the afternoon.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|1||21||June 7, 2002||May 16, 2003|
|2||30||July 18, 2003||August 5, 2004|
|3||14||September 25, 2004||June 10, 2006|
|4||22||February 10, 2007||September 7, 2007|
Season 1: 2002–2003
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||1||"Crush"||Chris Bailey||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||June 7, 2002||113|
Kim has to stop the evil 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, out to an upcoming school dance.Note: Kim uses a purple hairdryer grappling hook gun, but she doesn't receive the red one until Episode 6 Bueno Nacho.
|2||2||"Sink or Swim"||Chris Bailey||Julie DuFine & Amanda Rudolph Schwartz||June 7, 2002||111|
|On their way to a cheer competition, the Middleton Cheer squad gets stranded at an old camp with which Ron has a long, and bad history. He faces Gill, a high-school mutant who, when human, constantly picked on Ron, but who is now determined to get his revenge on Ron for inadvertently causing his transformation.|
|3||3||"The New Ron"||Chris Bailey||Mark Palmer||June 7, 2002||105|
|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 a reclusive billionaire to take up a life of crime, and now Kim and the newly changed Ron must save France from a black-out.|
|4||4||"Tick-Tick-Tick"||Chris Bailey||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||June 14, 2002||101|
|Kim has to fit both missions and detention into her life after Ron inadvertently causes her to fail substitute teacher Mr. Barkin's "three strikes" tardy policy.|
|5||5||"Downhill"||Chris Bailey||Brian Swenlin||June 21, 2002||116|
|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 discovers that the legendary monsters are actually the mutated experiments of a rogue geneticist named DNAmy.|
|6||6||"Bueno Nacho"||Chris Bailey||Julie DuFine & Amanda Rudolph Schwartz||June 28, 2002||102|
|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, the evil Dr. 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.|
|7||7||"Number One"||Chris Bailey||Mark Palmer||July 12, 2002||112|
|The international crime-fighting organization, Global Justice, pairs Kim with their snobby top agent to hunt down the kidnapper of a prominent scientist. Sensing weakness, Bonnie uses the opportunity to make a play to become cheer captain.|
|8||8||"Mind Games"||Chris Bailey||Marsha F. Griffin||July 19, 2002||106|
|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.|
|9||9||"Attack of the Killer Bebes"||Chris Bailey||Madellaine Paxson||August 2, 2002||104|
|Robots that are suspiciously similar to ones designed by Drew Lipsky (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.|
|10||10||"Royal Pain"||Chris Bailey||Madellaine Paxson||August 16, 2002||107|
|Kim allows the Prince of Rodeghan to hide out in Middleton for protection, and the snobbish Prince winds up running against her in the school election, which is complicated by the arrival of an organization bent on overthrowing the Rodeghan monarchy.|
|11||11||"Coach Possible"||Chris Bailey||Laura McCreary||August 23, 2002||117|
|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.|
|12||12||"Pain King vs. Cleopatra"||Chris Bailey||Patricia Carr & Lara Olsen||September 6, 2002||118|
|Kim and Ron get tickets to the big match between wrestlers Pain King and Steel Toe. Ron, unable to get Kim excited about the event, fears that a new friend has come between them. However, a new challenger plans to crash the match with a magical amulet imbuing him with the powers of Anubis.|
|13||13||"Monkey Fist Strikes"||Chris Bailey||Gary Sperling||September 13, 2002||103|
|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 decides to stay with cousin Larry, it is all up to Ron to stop Monkey Fist.|
|14||14||"October 31st"||Chris Bailey||Mark Palmer||October 11, 2002||121|
|While in the process of fighting Drakken, Shego, and 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 party with Josh Mankey and Kim is grounded for a whole month. In order of episodes, this is the last episode of season 1.|
|15||15||"All the News"||Chris Bailey||Laura McCreary||November 1, 2002||110|
|Ron fudges a quote in order to turn it into a hot scoop, landing Kim into a forced date with the oblivious quarterback and giving himself a sweet spot on the school paper. His journalistic career runs into trouble, however, when he accuses a TV daredevil of faking her stunts and she vows revenge.|
|16||16||"Kimitation Nation"||Chris Bailey||Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough||November 15, 2002||119|
|A designer copies Kim's mission outfit and turns it into the next fashion trend. While initially hopeful that the sudden popularity of her clothes would allow her to be accepted by seniors, Kim Style is eventually copied by all the girls and even some boys. Drakken, struck by this inspiration, tries to create an army of Kim Possible clones to destroy his foe.|
|17||17||"The Twin Factor"||Chris Bailey||Mark Palmer||December 27, 2002||108|
|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 along her twin brothers, who prove helpful in the end.|
|18||18||"Animal Attraction"||Chris Bailey||Robin Riordan & Gary Sperling||January 10, 2003||109|
|Kim falls for the latest craze sweeping Middleton High, Animology, which purports to predict personality and romantic compatibility. Along the way, she and Ron have to stop Señor Senior Senior's (Voiced by Ricardo Montalban) scheme to destroy the Billionaire's Club and deal with Animology's prediction that Señor Senior Junior is her soul-mate.|
|19||19||"Monkey Ninjas in Space"||Chris Bailey||Megeen McLaughlin||March 7, 2003||114|
|Based upon the Monkey Monk's prediction, Monkey Fist kidnaps the world's smartest monkey and uses the Middleton space center to launch himself into space while Kim faces the humiliation of her Dad, and Ron faces his fear of monkeys.|
|20||20||"Ron the Man"||Chris Bailey||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||April 25, 2003||120|
|Ron is shocked to discover in front of Mr. Barkin's entire class that his rabbi never signed his bar mitzvah certificate. In order to prove his manhood, he wears a strength enhancing ring. Drakken, in the meantime, uses the other rings to attempt to steal an invention Professor Dementor had gotten to first.|
|21||21||"Low Budget"||Chris Bailey||Patricia Carr & Lara Olsen||May 16, 2003||115|
|When a fight with an alligator ruins her stylish jeans, Kim balks at Ron's suggestion to skip her trendy Club Banana designer apparel and buy from discount Smarty Mart, even though Ron points out that the only difference is a Club Banana logo on the back of the jeans. While there, they discover a Smarty Mart clerk's plot to use the bar-codes of expired products to destroy the Internet.|
Season 2: 2003–2004
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|22||1||"Naked Genius"||Steve Loter||Matt Negrete||July 18, 2003||206|
|After a mission to stop Dr. 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 join together to save him.|
|23||2||"Grudge Match"||David Block||Gary Sperling||July 25, 2003||203|
|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. In the process of solving the mystery, she is suspicious of the idea of a seemingly innocent being the culprit responsible.|
|24||3||"Two To Tutor"||David Block||Kurt Weldon||August 1, 2003||205|
|An absurdly skilled Ron schools a hopelessly clueless Kim in the art of cooking at their new elective class while Shego tutors Senor Senior Junior 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.|
|25||4||"The Ron Factor"||Steve Loter||Gary Sperling||August 8, 2003||201|
Global Justice conducts an intensive study of Ron to determine whether he is the secret to Kim's success. Unfortunately, a rival organization known as W.E.E. has plans of their own.Note: Kim finds it so hard to believe that Global Justice is interested in Ron that she interrupts the opening theme song to ask "No, seriously... you need Ron?"
|26||5||"Car Trouble"||Steve Loter||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||August 15, 2003||213|
|After flunking driver's education, Kim is visited by a sentient, autonomous computerized automated artificial intelligence/multi-agent system vehicle called Sadie whose creator has been kidnapped by Drakken. After cheating by the car leads to a stellar pass, she must overcome her guilt to foil Drakken's improved army of Destructobots and rescue Dr. Freeman.|
|27a||6a||"Rufus in Show"||David Block||Eddie Guzelian||August 22, 2003||207a|
|Rufus poses as a Peruvian hairless show-dog so that Kim can investigate the mansion of a master jewel thief.
1/2 length episode.
|27b||6b||"Adventures In Rufus-Sitting"||David Block||Eddie Guzelian||August 22, 2003||207b|
|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, Killigan, and Monkey Fist when he unknowingly swallows the chip they were after.
1/2 length episode.
|28||7||"Job Unfair"||David Block||Nicole Dubuc||August 29, 2003||211|
|Kim is hot on the trail of Drakken and Shego after they steal a 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.|
|29||8||"The Golden Years"||David Block||Earl Kress||September 5, 2003||210|
|Kim tries to skirt the old fashioned over-protectiveness of her elderly paternal grandmother ‘Nana’ Possible (voiced by Debbie Reynolds) while she unravels Drakken's latest plot during a visit to Florida. She soon learns Drakken's plans to control the minds of teens through mp3 players has snared her grandmother and other senior citizen hearing aids instead and must race to save them.|
|30||9||"Virtu-Ron"||Steve Loter||Mark Palmer||September 12, 2003||204|
|The MMORPG world of Everlot is under the iron grip of a 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 affection 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.|
|31||10||"The Fearless Ferret"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||October 3, 2003||209|
On a trip for his hospital volunteer work Ron is roped into the life of an old hermit (voiced by Adam West) and assumes the costume and tools as the next Fearless Ferret crime-fighter. However White Stripe, one of the Fearless Ferret's old enemies wishes to settle his vendetta. Discovering Ron's secret life, Kim finds there is more to his new mentor than meets the eye.This episode may be a reference to Batman Beyond where Ron's voice actor, Will Friedle, also voiced the main character Terry McGinnis.
|32||11||"Exchange"||Steve Loter||Thomas Hart||November 7, 2003||225|
|Middleton High welcomes a mysterious wild-haired Japanese guy named 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 impress the exchange student. In Japan, Ron fights off Lord Monkey Fist's attempts to steal the immensely powerful Lotus Blade with assistance from a traitor.|
|33a||12a||"Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles"||Steve Loter||Brian Sintay||November 14, 2003||217a|
|Drakken and Shego attempt to breach Area 51 with a gigantic poodle while Ron uses the attack to shoot his monster movie.
1/2 length episode
|33b||12b||"Day of the Snowmen"||Steve Loter||Joseph Molinari||November 14, 2003||217b|
|Toxic Snowmen come to life and attack Middleton after a freak storm.
1/2 length episode
|34||13||"A Sitch in Time (Part One: Present)"||Steve Loter||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 28, 2003||218|
|Ron is suddenly forced to move away putting the future of the team in question at a very bad time. Meanwhile, Drakken, Shego, Killigan, and Monkey Fist have teamed up to steal the Time Monkey which will give them the ability to alter the very time-stream and remove Kim as a threat permanently.|
|35||14||"A Sitch in Time (Part Two: Past)"||Steve Loter||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 28, 2003||219|
|Kim travels back in time to stop the villains from meddling with her past and allowing the Supreme One to gain more and more strength and power. However her enemies are one step ahead and decide to strike in her pre-school years when Kim is most vulnerable, and then again on her first rescue mission as a preteen.|
|36||15||"A Sitch in Time (Part Three: Future)"||Steve Loter||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 28, 2003||220|
|Kim takes the battle to Shego in a dystopian Middleton of the future. As they work with a band of rebels to overthrow the one time sidekick, they must defeat Shego with help by adult versions of their once young friends.|
|37||16||"A Very Possible Christmas"||David Block||Mark Palmer||December 5, 2003||215|
|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 Dr. Drakken's Christmas plot himself so that she can enjoy the time with her family. But when he and Drakken get trapped in the North Pole, Kim, followed by the Possibles, has to go round the globe to search for him. Ron discovers that Drakken is a big fan of Snowman Hank and Drakken temporarily embraces the spirit of Christmas after the rescue.|
|38||17||"Queen Bebe"||David Block||Greg Weisman||December 19, 2003||212|
|Kim gets swamped with commitments and obligations to all her clubs and school organizations. To make matters worse the Bebes have mysteriously reappeared and have become too quick for any normal human to fight. Kim races to stop the construction of their hive and the appearance of the Bebe Queen, and overuses a pair of superhuman speed shoes that Wade had already warned her not to wear too often.|
|39||18||"Hidden Talent"||David Block||Michael A. Newton||January 2, 2004||221|
|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 orders Kim and Ron to recover teleportation technology from Professor Dementor. Technology, she suspects, that may have not been stolen after all.|
|40||19||"Return to Camp Wannaweep"||David Block||Matt Negrete||January 16, 2004||222|
|On their way to cheer camp, the squad again finds itself at Camp Wannaweep for the Spirit Stick Competition. Kim deals with having an obnoxious Bonnie as her bunk-room partner while Ron cannot overcome his strong suspicions about an apparently reformed Gil.|
|41||20||"Go Team Go"||David Block||Nicole Dubuc||January 30, 2004||214|
|On a trip to bustling Go City, a bird themed villain named Aviarius attacks the Bueno Nacho Ron and Kim are visiting, and Kim inadvertently gains super-strength when she attempts to foil the villain in stealing a mysterious masked hero's powers. The two teens quickly find themselves involved with the retired superhero group, Team Go, who, Kim quickly learns, are Shego's family. But with everyone but Kim powerless against Aviarius and the team's two youngest members captured, they must enlist the help of none other than Shego.|
|42||21||"The Full Monkey"||David Block||Thomas Hart & Zach Stones||February 13, 2004||224|
|Kim accidentally becomes bonded with the mystic Monkey King amulet and begins transforming into the Monkey King. Ron, finding the monkey he believes to be Kim, looks desperately for a way to change her back while avoiding the complications Josh Mankey's attention may provide.|
|43||22||"Blush"||David Block||Laura McCreary||February 20, 2004||223|
Just in time to complicate her growing romantic crush with Josh Mankey, Drakken sprays Kim with a rare pollen that will slowly cause her to disappear every time she gets 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 Dr. Drakken and Shego, without Josh finding out about them, and Dr. Drakken's "Embarrassment Ninjas".Note: At the end, Josh warmly kisses Kim on the cheek.
|44||23||"Partners"||David Block||Gary Sperling||March 12, 2004||202|
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 vicious komodo dragon.Note: This episode was released directly to video in 2003 prior to premiering on television.
|45||24||"Oh Boyz"||Steve Loter||Story: Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir
Teleplay: Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough
|April 2, 2004||226|
|To help his son's ongoing quest to become a pop sensation, Senor Senior, Senior kidnaps the Oh Boyz band to blackmail the record company. The plan backfires when Ron winds up captured along with the group. The record executive, finding the Oh Boyz' disappearance to be a profit windfall, is in no hurry to help so Kim must find Ron and the others on her own.|
|46a||25a||"Sick Day"||David Block||Thomas Hart & Matt Negrete||April 23, 2004||231a|
|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.
1/2 length episode
|46b||25b||"The Truth Hurts"||David Block||Matt Negrete||April 23, 2004||231b|
|In a mission to save a prominent scientist Kim and Ron are hit with a mysterious beam. Ron adapts well to his new honesty while Kim has to bite her tongue during a visit from Dr. Possible's bosses.
1/2 length episode
|47||26||"Mother's Day"||Steve Loter||Story: Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir
Teleplay: Thomas Hart
|May 7, 2004||216|
|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 presence of his mother while he attempts to steal a batch of Syntho-Plasma.|
|48||27||"Motor Ed"||David Block||Laura McCreary||May 21, 2004||208|
|After a series of high tech robberies, Kim tries to stop the plot of a rogue scientist turned rocking trucker, with a little help from a new friend, Felix.|
|49||28||"Ron Millionaire"||Nicholas Filippi||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||June 4, 2004||228|
Naco royalties make Ron a tremendously rich and wealthy multimillionaire with ninety-nine million dollars, which he then proceeds to squander on a posse of fake friends and spending binges. Out of greed, Dr. Drakken attempts to steal Ron's newly acquired fortune and wealth to complete his latest doomsday scheme.Song (s) featured: "Celebrate"
|50||29||"Triple S"||Steve Loter||Nicole Dubuc||July 26, 2004||227|
|After a long list of attempts to turn himself into a jock go sour, Ron gets a new chance to compete in the X games when he and Kim are sent to investigate a series of robberies.|
|51||30||"Rewriting History"||David Block||Michael A. Newton||August 5, 2004||230|
|Kim discovers a century old scandal involving the theft of a wondrous energy storage device, her ancestor, and amusingly the ancestors of many of her friends and foes including Ron, Prof. Dementor, Drakken, and Wade. Kim works quickly to both clear the name of her ancestor and find the device before Middleton is destroyed in the destructive blast it will create.|
Season 3: 2004–2006
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|52||1||"Steal Wheels"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||September 25, 2004||301|
|In an attempt to reform Eddie Lipsky (a.k.a. "Motor Ed"), his aunt places him under the care of his cousin, Dr. Drakken. Together the two plot to steal the technology powering Felix's chair while he and Ron are at a video game convention. In the meantime Kim is jealous of all the time Ron is spending with Felix so she "TJI's" (tries joining in), even though what they enjoy doing is not her thing.|
|53||2||"Emotion Sickness"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||October 15, 2004||302|
|In an attempt to foil yet another scheme of Drakken to steal from Cyrus Bortel, experimental mood altering devices accidentally get attached to Kim and Shego. During the chaos, Ron accidentally picks up the control for the devices instead of the Kimmunicator, activating them. As a result confusion for both Ron and Drakken ensues as the former mistakes the device for a video game as it sends the girls hurtling through a range of emotions, including anger, sorrow, and even love- which means major mayhem for Ron and Drakken.|
|54||3||"Bonding"||Steve Loter||John Behnke & Rob Humphrey||October 22, 2004||303|
|After an unsuccessful mission to stop Professor Dementor, Kim and Ron are struck with a mysterious adhesive called and must learn to live life attached to Bonnie and Barkin respectively and defeat Professor Dementor once more.|
|55||4||"Bad Boy"||Steve Loter||Nicole Dubuc||January 14, 2005||304|
|When Ron wants to avoid his devilishly warped Cousin Shawn at a wedding Kim subtly suggests than Ron take her as a friendly date. Ron finds this 'awkweird' and backs down. Drakken meanwhile attempts to use a HenchCo device called the Attitudinator to make himself even more evil. The plan fails when Kim and Ron break the machine gradually turning Ron into an eccentric super villain and Drakken into a goody-baking sweetie.|
|56||5||"Showdown at the Crooked D"||Steve Loter||Mark Palmer||March 25, 2005||229|
When Kim and her family visit her paternal uncle in Montana she finds herself dealing with Joss, her cousin and biggest fan wanting to be just like her. Together the two of them set off to foil Drakken's latest scheme to put the brightest minds out of commission.Note: This episode was included on Kim Possible: The Villain Files DVD as a bonus episode in 2004.
|57||6||"Dimension Twist"||Steve Loter||Tracy Berna||April 1, 2005||308|
Drakken's latest stolen invention causes him, Shego, Kim, Ron, and Rufus to be sucked into the world of cable TV.Note: There are many parodies in this episode, such as Tom and Jerry, Friends and Star Trek.
|58a||7a||"Overdue"||Steve Loter||Jim Peterson & Brian Swenlin||April 15, 2005||309a|
|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.
1/2 length episode
|58b||7b||"Roachie"||Steve Loter||Jim Peterson & Brian Swenlin||April 15, 2005||309b|
|A rogue scientist unleashes an army of giant roaches on Middleton, one with whom Ron unexpectedly bonds.
1/2 length episode
|59||8||"Rappin’ Drakken"||Steve Loter||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||June 25, 2005||311|
|After the dramatic sinking 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.|
|60||9||"Team Impossible"||Steve Loter||John Behnke & Rob Humphrey||August 26, 2005||313|
Team Impossible, the world's premier action/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.Note: This is the first time Kim and Ron meet Wade in person.
|61||10||"Gorilla Fist"||Steve Loter||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||November 18, 2005||312|
Ron is enlisted by Yori, his lady friend and classmate from the Yamanuchi Ninja School (from Exchange) to help find their missing Sensei, who has supposedly been kidnapped by Monkey Fist. A suspicious, and jealous, Kim pursues them.Note: This episode was included on the DVD of the movie, Kim Possible: So the Drama as a bonus episode.
|62||11||"And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI"||Steve Loter||Mark Drop||June 10, 2006||310|
|After capturing the eye of a director, Kim and Ron are followed by two glamorous movie stars, one of them attempting to learn about their lives for an upcoming Kim Possible movie. Kim soon finds herself pushed aside by her star's copycat antics while Ron cannot get his to act at all. The film is put on hold when Senor Senior Junior crashes the set and demands to be cast as the villain.|
|63-65||12-14||"So the Drama"||Steve Loter||Mark McCorkle & Bob Schooley||April 8, 2005||305-306-307|
On the eve of Kim's Junior Prom, Drakken begins his first truly serious attempt to conquer the world while trying to find Kim's weakness. When another handsome guy called Eric comes between Kim and Ron's close friendship, they are forced to at long last examine their true feelings for each other and the nature of their romantic relationship.Note: This was intended to be the series finale, but the show was renewed for a fourth season; due to popular demand.
Season 4: 2007
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|66||1||"Ill Suited"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||February 10, 2007||401|
|It's the start of Kim and Ron's fourth and last year at Middleton High School as seniors, and they're still officially boyfriend and girlfriend after an entire summer of dating. Bonnie doesn't approve of their relationship, claiming that it's practically a rule for cheerleaders to date jocks, especially since they're seniors now, and Ron later starts to believe that Kim's going to dump him for a jock. He then "secretly borrows" Kim's enhanced battle suit so he'll be able to join the football team. Meanwhile, Dementor attempts to take control of the suit so that he can use it to his advantage.|
|67||2||"The Big Job"||Steve Loter||Kurt Weldon||February 10, 2007||404|
After Kim becomes tired of coupon funded dates, she and Ron decide to get jobs. Señor Senior Jr. and Shego commit a series of crimes to honor Señor Senior Sr.'s birthday.Note: In this episode Ron is driving the car Kim's brothers fixed up, but this event doesn't occur until the later episode "Car Alarm."
|68||3||"Trading Faces"||Steve Loter||Kim Duran||February 10, 2007||403|
|Mysterious crimes are committed by celebrity friends of heiress Camille Léon and Kim has to find out why. Meanwhile, Kim's brothers, The Twins are advanced through school and join her in high school and, much to Kim's dismay, her missions. Kim gets a shocking discovery when her brothers find out who the suspect is.|
|69||4||"The Cupid Effect"||Steve Loter||Charleen Easton||February 10, 2007||409|
|It's Valentine's Day, and Wade develops quite a strong romantic crush on Monique and invents a Cupid Ray so that she will return his strong romantic infatuation and affections. Meanwhile, Ron takes Kim and Monique to Paris, France, and the Seniors try to conquer half the world using Wade's new invention so that every girl will fall deeply head-over-heels in love with Junior.|
|70||5||"Car Alarm"||Steve Loter||John Behnke & Rob Humphrey||February 17, 2007||402|
Kim finally manages to get her own car: a literal fixer-upper that her dad once owned. However, chaos ensues when the Tweebs volunteer to trick it out. Meanwhile, Shego gets out of prison by way of Motor Ed and assists in his latest caper.Note: In previous episodes of Season 4, the car the twins fixed is used.
|71||6||"Mad Dogs and Aliens"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||February 24, 2007||405|
|Jim and Tim take over Middleton Mad Dog duties at the high school, much to Ron's chagrin. Dr. Drakken is finally broken out of prison by a nine-foot alien woman named Warmonga, who believes him to be "The Great Blue".|
|72||7||"Grande Size Me"||Steve Loter||Kurt Weldon||March 3, 2007||407|
In an attempt to prove The Wheel of Good Eating wrong, Ron gains a dangerous amount of weight by eating nothing but Bueno Nacho, but soon this rebellious act turns deadly when he falls into a vat of serum during an investigation at HenchCo, and it transforms him into a giant mutant, while Kim protects a laser from some of her worst enemies.Second appearance of Gemini. This episode is a parody of the health film Super Size Me.
|73||8||"Clothes Minded"||Steve Loter||Kim Duran and Stephanie Phillips||March 17, 2007||408|
|When Kim's usual mission attire is no longer available for purchase at Club Banana, she tries to look for a new one, all while worrying about college admissions and Drakken's latest scheme to reform the continents into the next Pangaea.|
|74||9||"Big Bother"||Steve Loter||Greg Weisman||April 7, 2007||410|
|Ron has his hands full when he has to care for both a sack of flour (as part of a school project) and his new baby sister Hana, not to mention help track down Monkey Fist, who is in search of three stone keys that will lead him to an ultimate weapon. To make matters worse, he also has to break the news to his old friend Yori that he and Kim are dating now.|
|75||10||"Fashion Victim"||Steve Loter||Kim Duran||April 14, 2007||406|
A trio of fashion-obsessed criminals, the Fashionistas, seek to make off with Club Banana's newest fashion designs. Having allied with them to assist with their plan, Camille Léon also takes the opportunity to get revenge on Kim by framing her for the theft. With Ron currently putting up with Mr. Barkin, who also works at Smarty Mart, her last hope lies in Monique.Note: In a previous episode, the Fasionistas were defeated and in prison. Also, Kim was not familiar with them in this episode.
|76||11||"Odds Man In"||Steve Loter||Denise Moss||April 28, 2007||411|
|Ron decides to make some crime-fighting calculations to see how much danger he and Kim are in during their missions. Meanwhile, the former temp Hank Perkins appears as a corporate consultant, helping Drakken with his latest take-over-the-world scheme to bring forth the next Ice Age. The team quickly becomes sidetracked with their supposed cover job of selling cupcakes.|
|77||12||"Stop Team Go"||Steve Loter||Kurt Weldon||May 5, 2007||413|
|When Shego arrives at Middleton High School as a substitute, Kim's shocked to learn that her old rival is actually acting nice for once. However, it's not a voluntary decision on Shego's part. Rather, she and her brothers, Team Go, have been affected by their old enemy Electronique and her newly-stolen—and improved—Attitudinator.|
|78||13||"Cap'n Drakken"||Steve Loter||Kim Duran||May 19, 2007||415|
|Kim and Ron are forced by Mr. Barkin to spend a week at the seaport (without any modern items of any type) where Drakken opens a treasure chest and becomes possessed by a pirate's spirit.|
|79||14||"Mathter and Fervent"||Steve Loter||Jim Peronto||June 17, 2007||412|
|A freak altercation with Team Go's number-focused foe, the Mathter, leaves Ron affected by his power. Now, Ron's destroying everything he touches, and Kim and Hego need to do something. Meanwhile, Ron's dad is trying to prove himself to his son that he can be as much a hero to him.|
|80||15||"The Mentor of Our Discontent"||Steve Loter||Henry Gilroy||June 23, 2007||416|
|Martin Smarty gives Ron a new job at Smarty Mart – be a role model for his rebellious son, Artie. Meanwhile, Drakken and Frugal Lucre team up to take over the world by taking control of Smarty Mart's new shelf-chicken stocking robots, and now Ron, Kim, and Artie must stop them from wrecking Smarty-mart.|
|81||16||"Oh No! Yono!"||Steve Loter||Brian Swenlin||July 1, 2007||417|
|After discovering Hana walking on the ceiling, Kim and Ron try to get to the bottom of Hana's secrets. Soon, they are called by Master Sensei and Yori, who ask Kim, Ron and Hana to save their community once more. Meanwhile, Monkey Fist finds an ally in Yono the Destroyer as he continues his search for the "secret weapon".|
|82||17||"Clean Slate"||Steve Loter||Mark Palmer||July 28, 2007||418|
|Kim is struck by amnesia during a mission, while Drakken attempts to gain control of the military. Kim remembers everything else, but not the fact that she and Ron are a couple.|
|83||18||"Homecoming Upset"||Steve Loter||Michael A. Newton||August 11, 2007||419|
|Things get out of control when Ron and Bonnie become the homecoming King and Queen. Now Kim has two problems to deal with – a missing computer expert and Bonnie making a move on her boyfriend.|
|84a||19a||"Chasing Rufus"||Steve Loter||Kim Duran||August 12, 2007||414a|
|After both Ron Stoppable and shallow Camille Léon leave their beloved pets behind during a fight, Rufus and Debutante go on an adventure, playing a little game of cat and mouse, traversing continents, and finding new friends, all to find their respective owners.
1/2 length episode
|84b||19b||"Nursery Crimes"||Steve Loter||Charlotte Fullerton & Kurt Weldon||August 12, 2007||414b|
|When the mysterious and creepy Nanny Nane begins reverting people into super babies and using them in a world-wide robbing spree, Kim must use her natural baby-sitting skills to save the day.
1/2 length episode
|85||20||"Larry's Birthday"||Steve Loter||Kurt Weldon||September 1, 2007||420|
|Kim's mission: Keep her goofy Cousin Larry away until his surprise party is ready, as well as keep Professor Dementor from trying to steal her super-enhanced battle-suit for himself again.|
|86-87||21-22||"Graduation"||Steve Loter||Thomas Hart & Brian Swenlin||September 7, 2007||421-422|
While Ron worries that graduation means the end of his romantic relationship with Kim, Warmonga returns with her equally vengeful battle-mate, Warhawk the Conqueror. And on Graduation Day, too! Kim's going to have her hands full with this one, especially when she and Drakken get abducted by said invaders. Aided by Drakken and Shego, Kim and Ron prepare to fight off the Lorwardian assault, leading up to a final showdown with their deadly leader, Warhawk.Note: This episode premiered as a one-hour special, but was separated into two episodes for subsequent broadcasts.
- Disney's Kim Possible Episode Guide at the Big Cartoon DataBase
- List of Kim Possible episodes at TV.com