History WMG / KimPossible

4th Aug '16 2:46:19 AM Sharlee
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Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his pet got injured on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".

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Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, On an earlier visit to Smarty Mart, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, rats, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

loss. The store clerk demanded Ron pay for Rufus's veterinary treatment, and Ron - not yet prepared to care for a wounded rat - arranged for the store to take care of Rufus during his recovery, after which he'd buy the little guy ''and'' cover the vet's bill.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his new pet got injured on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. The pet store's clerks played along, temporarily re-labeling Rufus as an exotic "naked mole rat", so the extra cost of the vet bill would seem like the higher price of an unusual animal instead.

This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".
4th Aug '16 2:38:31 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost some of his tail in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit his pet got injured due to his own carelessness. This explains why Rufus is so smart and comfortable around people, as fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.

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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that who'd lost some of his tail and part of his ears in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his pet got injured due on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people, as people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.
rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".
4th Aug '16 2:31:32 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost his tail in an accident.]]

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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost some of his tail in an accident.]]
4th Aug '16 2:28:40 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost his tail in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit his pet got injured due to his own carelessness. This explains why Rufus is so smart and comfortable around people, as fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.
31st Jul '16 12:09:36 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 [[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).

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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 [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]]-style satirical (similar to DCComics' Creator/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).
30th Jul '16 3:32:08 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Eric was modeled after [[{{Daria}} Tom Sloane]].]]

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[[WMG:Eric was modeled after [[{{Daria}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Daria}} Tom Sloane]].]]
25th Jul '16 8:51:16 PM HaggisMcCrablice
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[[WMG: Barkin not only dated his "Kim", but married her... but their happiness wasn't to last.]]
They fought crime together as TheXs, but his wife, son, and daughter were tragically killed on a mission. (It's also why the show barely lasted a season.) Mr. X, now "Barkin", moved to a new town, dyed his hair blonde (though later went back to black) and became a substitute teacher, thinking he could help the world that way. The previous WMG holds true. Mr. X/ Barkin rarely speaks of his late wife and children, but as evidenced by his crush on "Ms. Go", he still has a thing for strong women.
12th Jun '16 4:31:52 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Kim Possible has [[{{Taskmaster}} photographic reflexes]].]]

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[[WMG: Kim Possible has [[{{Taskmaster}} [[ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} photographic reflexes]].]]
9th May '16 11:27:15 PM erforce
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# The plasma power can't blow holes in living creatures, like the time travel in ''{{Terminator}}'' ("Something about the field generated by a living being...")

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# The plasma power can't blow holes in living creatures, like the time travel in ''{{Terminator}}'' ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' ("Something about the field generated by a living being...")
1st May '16 5:40:20 PM TMNTFanGirl
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[[WMG: If Connie and Lonnie aren't twins, they're a year apart in age (probably 13 to 14 months), with Connie being the older sister and Lonnie being younger sister]]
Although it's never stated how much older Connie and Lonnie are than Bonnie, I'm guessing that if Connie and Lonnie are just a year apart in age, I'm guessing that Connie's five years older than Bonnie and Lonnie's four years older than Bonnie. Or if they are actually are twins, then I'm guessing they're four years older than Bonnie.
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