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1st Feb '16 10:24:21 AM SteveMB
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** Drakken might be the only villain around who's willing to put up with Shego's insolence and mockery. The fact that he reacts entertainingly to it is a bonus.
28th Jan '16 1:39:43 PM Aeliren85
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** Most of the endgame with Drakken and Shego, which starts when Eric is kidnapped. She found someone who wasn't wierded out by what she did, and when trying to save him [[MurderTheHypotenuse Shego blatantly said that once Kim was out of the picture, maybe]] ''[[MurderTheHypotenuseshe'd]]'' [[MurderTheHypotenuse date Eric]] - which results in Kim swinging at her until a punch connects, sending Shego across the bridge they're on, and she's still swinging a bit after she hits the ground. [[spoiler:She finds Eric, only to discover that he was a synthodrone the entire time and that it was all a ruse. All of what happened between them didn't mean anything. She was so easily played by her arch-foes, and she was broken. Maybe she wasn't cut out for crimefighting anyways, and she doesn't know if there's a ''real'', human person out there who could be with her.]] The flame is rekindled thanks to Ron, and it's payback time. At this point, it can be suspected that her two main motivators are [[ThePowerOfLove love]][[note]]Realizing her feelings for Ron[[/note]] and [[ThePowerOfHate hate]][[note]]Finally snapping at her foes, who time and time again intruded in her life and attempted, many of them gleefully, to kill her many numerous other times[[/note]]. The very first thing she does when she's face to face with Drakken is punch him across the room. Just before that, right after Drakken finished gloating and found himself next to her, she clenched her fist, already ready to pummel him. To note: the last time [[NonActionBigBad Drakken]] was directly attacked by Kim was in Sitch In Time - where he was turned into a massive muscled fighter, and that was {{Retcon}}ed by the destruction of the Tempius Simia Idol. She proceeded to toss Shego into a wall - and she's actually seen reeling from the hit - and leaped off Synthodrone 901's head, which would likely have snapped a normal human neck.
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** Most of the endgame with Drakken and Shego, which starts when Eric is kidnapped. She found someone who wasn't wierded out by what she did, and when trying to save him [[MurderTheHypotenuse Shego blatantly said that once Kim was out of the picture, maybe]] ''[[MurderTheHypotenuseshe'd]]'' ''[[MurderTheHypotenuse she'd]]'' [[MurderTheHypotenuse date Eric]] - which results in Kim swinging at her until a punch connects, sending Shego across the bridge they're on, and she's still swinging a bit after she hits the ground. [[spoiler:She finds Eric, only to discover that he was a synthodrone the entire time and that it was all a ruse. All of what happened between them didn't mean anything. She was so easily played by her arch-foes, and she was broken. Maybe she wasn't cut out for crimefighting anyways, and she doesn't know if there's a ''real'', human person out there who could be with her.]] The flame is rekindled thanks to Ron, and it's payback time. At this point, it can be suspected that her two main motivators are [[ThePowerOfLove love]][[note]]Realizing her feelings for Ron[[/note]] and [[ThePowerOfHate hate]][[note]]Finally snapping at her foes, who time and time again intruded in her life and attempted, many of them gleefully, to kill her many numerous other times[[/note]]. The very first thing she does when she's face to face with Drakken is punch him across the room. Just before that, right after Drakken finished gloating and found himself next to her, she clenched her fist, already ready to pummel him. To note: the last time [[NonActionBigBad Drakken]] was directly attacked by Kim was in Sitch In Time - where he was turned into a massive muscled fighter, and that was {{Retcon}}ed by the destruction of the Tempius Simia Idol. She proceeded to toss Shego into a wall - and she's actually seen reeling from the hit - and leaped off Synthodrone 901's head, which would likely have snapped a normal human neck.
28th Jan '16 1:39:29 PM Aeliren85
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** Most of the endgame with Drakken and Shego, which starts when Eric is kidnapped. She found someone who wasn't wierded out by what she did, and when trying to save him [[MurderTheHypotenuse Shego blatantly said that once Kim was out of the picture, maybe ''she'd'' date Eric]] - which results in Kim swinging at her until a punch connects, sending Shego across the bridge they're on, and she's still swinging a bit after she hits the ground. [[spoiler:She finds Eric, only to discover that he was a synthodrone the entire time and that it was all a ruse. All of what happened between them didn't mean anything. She was so easily played by her arch-foes, and she was broken. Maybe she wasn't cut out for crimefighting anyways, and she doesn't know if there's a ''real'', human person out there who could be with her.]] The flame is rekindled thanks to Ron, and it's payback time. At this point, it can be suspected that her two main motivators are [[ThePowerOfLove love]][[note]]Realizing her feelings for Ron[[/note]] and [[ThePowerOfHate hate]][[note]]Finally snapping at her foes, who time and time again intruded in her life and attempted, many of them gleefully, to kill her many numerous other times[[/note]]. The very first thing she does when she's face to face with Drakken is punch him across the room. Just before that, right after Drakken finished gloating and found himself next to her, she clenched her fist, already ready to pummel him. To note: the last time [[NonActionBigBad Drakken]] was directly attacked by Kim was in Sitch In Time - where he was turned into a massive muscled fighter, and that was {{Retcon}}ed by the destruction of the Tempius Simia Idol. She proceeded to toss Shego into a wall - and she's actually seen reeling from the hit - and leaped off Synthodrone 901's head, which would likely have snapped a normal human neck.
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** Most of the endgame with Drakken and Shego, which starts when Eric is kidnapped. She found someone who wasn't wierded out by what she did, and when trying to save him [[MurderTheHypotenuse Shego blatantly said that once Kim was out of the picture, maybe ''she'd'' maybe]] ''[[MurderTheHypotenuseshe'd]]'' [[MurderTheHypotenuse date Eric]] - which results in Kim swinging at her until a punch connects, sending Shego across the bridge they're on, and she's still swinging a bit after she hits the ground. [[spoiler:She finds Eric, only to discover that he was a synthodrone the entire time and that it was all a ruse. All of what happened between them didn't mean anything. She was so easily played by her arch-foes, and she was broken. Maybe she wasn't cut out for crimefighting anyways, and she doesn't know if there's a ''real'', human person out there who could be with her.]] The flame is rekindled thanks to Ron, and it's payback time. At this point, it can be suspected that her two main motivators are [[ThePowerOfLove love]][[note]]Realizing her feelings for Ron[[/note]] and [[ThePowerOfHate hate]][[note]]Finally snapping at her foes, who time and time again intruded in her life and attempted, many of them gleefully, to kill her many numerous other times[[/note]]. The very first thing she does when she's face to face with Drakken is punch him across the room. Just before that, right after Drakken finished gloating and found himself next to her, she clenched her fist, already ready to pummel him. To note: the last time [[NonActionBigBad Drakken]] was directly attacked by Kim was in Sitch In Time - where he was turned into a massive muscled fighter, and that was {{Retcon}}ed by the destruction of the Tempius Simia Idol. She proceeded to toss Shego into a wall - and she's actually seen reeling from the hit - and leaped off Synthodrone 901's head, which would likely have snapped a normal human neck.
28th Jan '16 1:38:37 PM Aeliren85
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* ''So The Drama'' seems to be Kim reaching her breaking point, though it may be a bit subtle. She's been balancing her crimefighting and social lives for nearly four years, [[WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld facing death down while at the same time trying to live a normal teenager life]]. There are signs that it may be taking its toll on her. ** In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWeH5e5i5Sk a deleted scene]] situated early in the movie, after yet another condescending comment from Bonnie Ron suggests that Kim use her fighting skills to beat her up like she beats up Shego. Though her initial objection is that while Shego is "hardcore evil", Bonnie is just "high school evil" - but she still takes a few moments to debate it, finally deciding "Nah, it would slam my personal record". ** Drakken captured her father for what at the time seemed like no reason, nearly killing them, him with a mutant octopus and her with his synthodrones and death ray. ** Most of the endgame with Drakken and Shego, which starts when Eric is kidnapped. She found someone who wasn't wierded out by what she did, and when trying to save him [[MurderTheHypotenuse Shego blatantly said that once Kim was out of the picture, maybe ''she'd'' date Eric]] - which results in Kim swinging at her until a punch connects, sending Shego across the bridge they're on, and she's still swinging a bit after she hits the ground. [[spoiler:She finds Eric, only to discover that he was a synthodrone the entire time and that it was all a ruse. All of what happened between them didn't mean anything. She was so easily played by her arch-foes, and she was broken. Maybe she wasn't cut out for crimefighting anyways, and she doesn't know if there's a ''real'', human person out there who could be with her.]] The flame is rekindled thanks to Ron, and it's payback time. At this point, it can be suspected that her two main motivators are [[ThePowerOfLove love]][[note]]Realizing her feelings for Ron[[/note]] and [[ThePowerOfHate hate]][[note]]Finally snapping at her foes, who time and time again intruded in her life and attempted, many of them gleefully, to kill her many numerous other times[[/note]]. The very first thing she does when she's face to face with Drakken is punch him across the room. Just before that, right after Drakken finished gloating and found himself next to her, she clenched her fist, already ready to pummel him. To note: the last time [[NonActionBigBad Drakken]] was directly attacked by Kim was in Sitch In Time - where he was turned into a massive muscled fighter, and that was {{Retcon}}ed by the destruction of the Tempius Simia Idol. She proceeded to toss Shego into a wall - and she's actually seen reeling from the hit - and leaped off Synthodrone 901's head, which would likely have snapped a normal human neck. ** And though the scene of Kim kicking Shego in the tower is well-remembered, just moments she nearly tossed Shego off the building, right as Ron tossed her the EMP pistol. Shego barely held onto the side of the building. And in the end, when she's simply trying to make herself scarce, Kim could have done anything to keep her from escaping - and she decided to kick her off a several stories high corporate building and into an electrical tower with enough force to ''split it in half'' and cause it to collapse on top of her.
14th Jan '16 11:52:14 PM tsstevens
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* Kim's disdain of Larry may seem out of character even by her season one JerkAss standards but look at him for a moment. He is an uber geek who dreams of being a supervillain. Remind you of anyone? A BigBad from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' perhaps? He makes Warren Meers look suave in comparison, and Kim very much comes across as a fan of the series or at least the equivalent alternate knock off. With that in mind it makes perfect sense that she wouldn't like him.
10th Dec '15 5:11:50 PM ngh93
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*Drakken's blue skin was most likely some freak lab accident. That's as far as we can guess.
17th Sep '15 10:28:55 AM LukeDanger
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Fridge brilliance about STD from rewatching the first two seasons on boxset.
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* Kim kicking Shego into the tower, in context of So the Drama alone, seems out of nowhere. However if you look at all three seasons leading up to that, how many times Shego has tried to kill Kim (and the eagerness she did it - for example eagerly trying to decide between "whipped Possible", "minced Possible", and a "Kimmie frappe" in ''Two to Tutor''), suddenly it becomes more of a culmination pushed over by the situation than just taking a random kick.
19th Aug '15 12:41:33 PM TheWoosterCode
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** In addition, all the stuff he gets her into doesn't exactly reflect well on her either. It could be that by the time he'd screwed up so much she thought it worth it to look for a new boss, her own stock had dropped so badly she was stuck with him.
19th Aug '15 12:39:09 PM TheWoosterCode
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**** The slow accumulation of ''ninety-nine million dollars?'' Even if we generously say a year has passed since the invention - which is unlikely, in-universe - and even if the naco craze died off quickly, he still should be getting ridiculous amounts of money - particularly by high school student standards - on the regular.
15th Aug '15 2:23:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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** This isn't exactly Fridge Horror, but something I realized on my third watch of Emotion Sickness was that both of the people who get affected by the Moodulators - Kim and Shego - are female, and the whole idea of the episode might be a reference to the mood swings that comes with the period. Being male, I don't know if this is offensive or not, but it feels a bit misogynistic in my opinion, even if it might be unintentional.
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