The Stepbrother Sitch
is a Kim Possible
& Phineas and Ferb Crossover
written by Owennumber1fan
. The plot is pretty straightforward: Kim hears that Drakken is up to no good in Danville and heads out there with Ron & Rufus to stop him. However, a blown out tire on the Sloth causes them to stop for help at a familiar house; Hilarity Ensues
The story proved to be popular enough that the author wrote a sequel Fan-tastic Voyage
. In this one, Phineas, Ferb & Candace come to Middleton to pay Kim a visit; the teen hero must deal with Drakken & Doofenshmirtz's newest plan, as well as contend with Candace acting like a crazy fangirl.
Those two stories were followed by The Life of Riley
a Kim Possible
& The Replacements Crossover
set a few days after the aforementioned story, where Kim visits Pleasant Hills and discovers one of her old foes has a connection to Agent K; Kim Goes Hawaiian
in which Kim & Ron decide to go on vacation following the events of the last two stories, and meet up with Lilo & Stitch (this story occurs after the events of the crossover episode from the original series). And Phineas & Ferb's Excellent Adventure
in which the Darings' travel to Danville to accept an award for Riley; K is revealed to have a past with Linda, and an old enemy is up to no good.
The stories may be considered So Okay, It's Average
or Pandering to the Base
, but are favorites of many on Fanfiction.net.
These fanfictions contain examples of:
- Actor Allusion: After receiving a phone call from Candace in Fan-tastic Voyage Kim initially mistakes her for her old foe Camille Leon, both of whom are voiced by Ashley Tisdale.
- Affectionate Parody: In The Stepbrother Sitch, Phineas gets the inspiration for his big idea after watching Priest.
- Amusing Injuries: Shelton gets this in The Life of Riley when he re-activates Dementor's time bomb
- Author Appeal: All the stories have featured a lady bound and/or gagged.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: In the first two stories, Drakken & Doofenshmirtz of course, and Kim Goes Hawaiian has one in the form of Professor Dementor & Dr. Hamsterviel.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: This happens to Perry in Fan-Tastic Voyage and Riley in the Life of Riley
- Continuity Porn: Nearly every story features references to past episodes of the shows, perhaps too many for some's tastes.
- Deus ex Machina: In The Life of Riley, the fact that the HenchCo brainwashing helmets can be undone with The Power of Love although it can fall under Rule of Funny.
- Does Not Understand Sarcasm: This exchange from the Life of Riley:
- Funetik Aksent: Professor Dementor has this is the Life of Riley and his reappearance in Kim Goes Hawaiian. Averted in the latter by Dr. Hamsterviel though, as two characters with that kind of accent would be hard to keep track of.
- Incredibly Lame Pun: Most of the titles of the stories, as well as the respective chapters.
- Innocent Innuendo: Kim & Ron's actions at the beginning of The Stepbrother Sitch.
- Insistent Terminology: In The Stepbrother Sitch, Shego grabs Isabella and threatens to "fry the Girl Scout" unless Kim & Ron surrender. Isabella then angrily reminds her captor that she's a Fireside Girl, not a Girl Scout.
- Lampshade Hanging: Due to the shows that are in these stories, this is inevitable.
- A good example: In Phineas & Ferb's Excellent Adventure, Candace is spying on her brothers from her room, then asks Riley, who she has reluctantly been forced to share her room with, what's she reading:
"Anne of Green Gables
. It's about an imaginative redheaded orphan who gets adopted by a cool couple and has adventures. For some reason, I can really relate to her."
- Let Us Never Speak of This Again: Kim says pretty much those exact words to Ron in Fan-tastic Voyage after she gets beaten by the brainwashed Perry.
- Loony Fan: Candace comes off as one of these in Fan-tastic Voyage (hence the title), even going so far as to buy clothes that look exactly like Kim's.
- Mama Wolf: As shown in the Life of Riley, when Agent K threatens Professor Dementor when he reveals his plans for Riley.
- Noodle Incident: What happened when Ron tried surfing in Kim Goes Hawaiian. Word of God is that the author was originally going to write that scene, but then decided it would be funnier if it was left to the reader's imagination.
- Original Flavor: And how!
- The Power of Love: Agent K uses this in the Life of Riley to break the brainwashing on Riley.
- Revenge by Proxy: Dementor's plan in the Life of Riley- he plans to exact his revenge on Agent K by brainwashing her daughter into believing he's her father.
- Running Gag: In the Life of Riley, Dick is led to believe that Kim is a crimefighter/pop star and keeps making references to said career throughout the story.
- Sequel Hook: The last story ends with Dick finding a newspaper article about Kick Buttowski and, thinking he might be his son, persuades K to look for him, much to a tired Riley's chagrin.
- Tempting Fate: In Phineas & Ferb's Excellent Adventure, Tasumi says she likes going on trips with the Darings, because they get into all kinds of wacky adventures. Riley responds that they don't always have adventures...
- Also, in the Life of Riley, a Manatee Gag shows the developments of one of Henchco's newest weapons a brainwashing helmet with one of the developers telling Jack Hench it works perfectly... although extreme feelings of love from a relative are strong enough to disable its' effects. Hench figures the odds of that happening are rare, and orders the product shipped as is.
- What Happened To The Sidekick?: Shego disappears near the end of Fan-tastic Voyage (although Drakken said she was taking her vaction). The real reason is because the author figured she'd easily defeat Kim and supersuit-enhanced Candace and wanted to give them a fair fight.