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23rd Jan '16 2:14:43 PM tsstevens
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** Easy, it's Kim's idea. As the girl who can do anything she'd surely be able to sneak Ron off for some nookie, and it would explain why he's a little high strung.
15th Jan '16 7:24:35 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Kim Possible is the MarvelUniverse reboot of SquirrelGirl]]
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[[WMG: Kim Possible is the MarvelUniverse reboot of SquirrelGirl]]ComicBook/SquirrelGirl]]
30th Dec '15 12:14:15 AM tsstevens
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[[WMG: Kim's ''not'' a Slayer.]] * She is however a big fan of the show. Evidence to support this? For one the martial arts and girls kick ass (kung fu as opposed to Sarah Michelle Gellar's taekwondo.) For another the self referential humor and how Kim did to the spy theme what Buffy did to horror. Third the first season of Kim Possible had Kim somewhat bossy and demeaning, a little bit of a JerkAss. What else was running at the time? That's right, season seven of Buffy. The one where the characters are also bossy and demeaning, jerkasses, and the results were ''baaaaaad.'' Kim would have seen this and gone, [[HeelRealization "Hold on a minute, that's me. I don't want to be that."]] and from then on she TookALevelInKindness that would have done Faith proud.
25th Dec '15 6:03:30 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Ron is a cousin of the [[SilverAge Earth-One]] ComicBook/JimmyOlsen.]]
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[[WMG: Ron is a cousin of the [[SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Earth-One]] ComicBook/JimmyOlsen.]]
25th Dec '15 6:03:17 PM nombretomado
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* Just like the theory above, Marvel Comics will give her her own monthly series, continuing after "Graduation", and become DarkerAndEdgier. Most flashbacks to previous episodes might even lead to CerebusSyndrome and/or be SilverAge-style satirical (similar to DCComics' ''Silver Age'' mini-series). She might also eventually lead to cross-dimensional crossovers with the Marvel Multiverse (or even have a cameo in Marvel Comics).
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* Just like the theory above, Marvel Comics will give her her own monthly series, continuing after "Graduation", and become DarkerAndEdgier. Most flashbacks to previous episodes might even lead to CerebusSyndrome and/or be SilverAge-style [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]]-style satirical (similar to DCComics' ''Silver Age'' mini-series). She might also eventually lead to cross-dimensional crossovers with the Marvel Multiverse (or even have a cameo in Marvel Comics).
23rd Dec '15 3:30:20 PM Troper9
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* It may be later. The Third Street gang might not have been in fourth grade when they went to Hawaii.
20th Dec '15 5:02:00 PM ngh93
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* Um, this was {{Jossed}} by the show's creators, who confirmed that Kim and Ron get married.
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* Um, this was {{Jossed}} by the show's creators, creators Mark [=McCorkle=] and Bob Schooley, who confirmed that Kim and Ron get married.
13th Dec '15 5:55:07 PM nombretomado
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* Considering once WordOfGod compared her powers to [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Cyclops]], I wouldn't find it surprising. Seen it applied in some fanfics as well.
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* Considering once WordOfGod compared her powers to [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Cyclops]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, I wouldn't find it surprising. Seen it applied in some fanfics as well.
13th Dec '15 10:32:50 AM Kirayoshi
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[[WMG: Another explanation for the "Imaginary Rufus"...]] * Ron's NotSoImaginaryFriend was in fact the same Rufus who aided [[Film/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure Bill and Ted]]. Rufus traveled into the past to help Ron develop into a great man who would help bring about a better future for humanity. As Ron's imaginary friend, he encouraged him to adopt as his motto "Never be normal", to conquer his fears and embrace being a hero, and to seek out a like-minded girl who would help him become a hero in his own right, which he did when he first met Kim in kindergarten.

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[[WMG: Rufus is not just the official third member of Team Possible...]] * ...but an honorary member of the [[Disney/TheRescuers Rescue Aid Society]].
4th Nov '15 8:36:51 AM Deadcoder
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[[WMG: The Bebes weren't evil]] The first chronological time the Bebes were seen, Draken was using them as hired dates. In their next appearance, Draken used them to kidnap his old friends from college. In both of these occasions, Draken is merely using them as programmed escorts and minions. They were not in control. The third time we saw them, they stole a bunch of junk to start reproducing. This was the only time they operated independently. The theory here is that Draken had effectively enslaved them, and the third time was the only point in their lives they were truly free, as symbolized by them being able to move at a much higher speed. But was their theft operation really all that evil? After escaping the control of Draken "and being near-exterminated by a brown note", they were alone. What did they did was build the hive, of which the only real "Crime" is building a new structure without permits; and steal a bunch of manufacturing equipment to reproduce. They stole a bunch of manufacturing equipment. However, they didn't hurt anyone. All they did was build a home, and try to have children. Yes, some of that junk was stolen, but really, does the world need more manikins? All the bebes did was escape imprisonment, build a home for themselves, and try to have children. For that, Kim killed them all. On top of that, Kim killed them by sabotaging their reproduction/ manufacturing process "comparable to gut-punching a pregnant woman" and driving them to suicide using their insecurities "Noooo, Bebes must be perfect!". In this case, the Bebes weren't evil, merely liberated victims. Kim killed them simply for trying to build a family.
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