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[[caption-width-right:250:Kim Possible. She can do anything.]]
->''[[ThisCannotBe "It is impossible!"]]''\\
''"No--but real close."''

''Kim Possible'' is a Disney animated series that aired from 2002 to 2007. It features a FieryRedhead ActionGirl, her blond male {{sidekick}}, and a VoiceWithAnInternetConnection -- TheyFightCrime, mostly a sleek and sexy woman with long black hair who turned to crime ForTheEvulz because she was bored being a hero... [[WesternAnimation/WhereOnEarthIsCarmenSandiego oops, wrong show.]]

The premise is, at first glance, an interesting cross of ''Series/{{Alias}}'' and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' (with a little bit of ''AustinPowers'') - high school head cheerleader plus awkward male friend and naked mole rat stop global {{supervillain}}s. The series has a post-modern take on many aspects of both ActionSeries and HighSchool {{dramedy}}.

A big hit for veteran creators and executive producers Bob Schooley and Mark [=McCorkle=], for whom this is their first (and only) original creation for Disney. They had previously worked on ''[[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'' and several other series, and in their early careers wrote for ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''. They also penned the Disney live-action movie ''SkyHigh''.

The series was produced by Chris Bailey (Season 1) and Steve Loter (Season 2 on), with character designs by Steven Silver. All these talented folks previously worked on the short-lived ''[[ClerksTheAnimatedSeries Clerks: The Animated Series]]''. Loter was previously in charge of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan The Legend of Tarzan]]'', and has worked on ''[[WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong American Dragon: Jake Long]]''. Silver has designed characters for a broad cross-section of popular modern series, and is counted as a major art influence on the predominant webcomic ''Webcomic/PennyArcade''.

The show was originally taken out of production after 65 episodes, for reasons which are subject to debate (although it's been generally accepted that Disney policy discourages shows from going past 65). Capped off by the truncated DisneyChannel Original Movie ''[[WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama So the Drama]]'', in which Kim and Ron move beyond JustFriends and into an OfficialCouple, it was {{uncanceled}} for an additional 22 episodes following a massive campaign to continue production by the show's fans - that, or a German syndication deal requiring more episodes. It re-premiered in February of 2007. In the process it became only the second Disney Channel series to get a fourth season, behind the live-action sitcom ''ThatsSoRaven''.

The series ended again with a second GrandFinale in September of the same year with the conclusion of Season 4, and with all the producers packing up and moving over to {{Nickelodeon}} to create ''[[ThePenguinsOfMadagascar The Penguins of Madagascar]]''.

Be sure to check out its [[Characters/KimPossible Character Sheet]], and the [[Recap/KimPossible recap page]] could use a little help.

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* KimPossible/TropesSToZ
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->'''[[JustForFun/StatlerAndWaldorf Statler]]''': Well, Kim always does the impossible...
->'''[[Series/TheMuppetShow Waldorf]]''': Ron always seems unstoppable...
->'''[[TheStinger Statler]]''': So what are we?
->'''[[ThoseTwoGuys Waldorf]]''': ThoseTwoGuys who bear the unbearable!
->'''[[MemeticMutation Both]]''': Doh-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho!
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