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    Dr. Drakken
Voiced by: John DiMaggio
Played by: Todd Stashwick (Live Action)

Real name: Drew Theodore P. Lipsky. Dr. Drakken is a Mad Scientist aiming to Take Over the World. Along with Shego, he is a recurring villain for all four seasons, so we learn a lot about him.

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: His blue skin, though he didn't always have it. At the end of the last episode, he starts telling the story of how he turned blue, but the show ends and cuts him off mid-sentence. Interestingly, in the episode "Bad Boy", Drakken actually loses his blue skin when his evil is transferred to Ron (who becomes blue instead) and gets a more "normal" skin tone. At the episode's end, when Drakken gets his evil back, his blue skin returns with it. This suggests that his turning blue had something to do with him turning to evil.
  • Angrish: On at least one occasion, prompting Shego to cut him off with "Dr. D! You've stopped using words." Interestingly enough, in that instance, he wasn't totally pulling stuff out of thin air; he was quoting the bizarre instruments from How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
  • Arch-Enemy: Kim's archfoe, though not her biggest threat.
  • Big Bad: He and Shego are the most recurring villains in the series, as well as the main antagonists of the two movies.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Usually he's too incompetent to pull off a successful Evil Plan.
  • Big Ol' Unibrow: Part his ugly/creepiness.
  • Breakout Villain: He was originally intended to just be part of the show's rotating cast of villains, but he ended up getting promoted to regular.
  • Butt-Monkey: No one respects him, least of all his sidekick. Hilariously embarrassing things often happen to him.
  • Catchphrase:
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass:
    • When Aviarius captures Kim, Shego and the rest of Team Go, Wade calls Dr. Drakken for help. Drakken, who's usually ineffective shows up with one very serious attack robot and says, 'I was told Shego was in trouble! WHERE IS THIS AVIARIUS?!'
    • Also in So The Drama he nearly conquered the world. The situation reached a point where Kim and Ron were captured and Kim's will to fight was effectively broken. Had Ron not managed to give her back some resolve (or Drakken and Shego remembered to disarm them) Drakken would have won.
    • Generally speaking he's pretty competent provided he's opposing other villains. This is something Dementor lampshades in The Stinger of the final episode.
    • He can actually be pretty intimidating if he's furious enough. One notable occasion when Shego loses his body in "Mind Games" (he had switched bodies with a military official, with said official's mind now in Drakken's body), his anger is enough to actually frighten her into trying to flirt with him in order to placate him.
  • Demoted to Dragon: In "Sitch In Time," he's been demoted to a hulking bodyguard for Shego Supreme.
  • Ditzy Genius: He's often clueless about matters other than mad science. One particularly extreme example is when he tried to avenge himself on the classmates who had mocked him in college, it never occurred to him that the one surnamed "Possible" might be somehow connected to his nemesis Kim Possible.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": The only people who still call him Drew Lipsky are his mother (who is unaware of him being a super villain and thinks that "Dr. Drakken" is his radio talk show host stage name) and James Possible (who knows it annoys him to no end).
  • Don't Tell Mama: Drakken has his mother fooled about what it is he really does (she thinks he's a radio Talk Show host).
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Drew Theodore Lipsky (heck all of them). You'd turn evil too.
  • Enemy Mine: On a few occasions, he's been forced to join forces with the good guys.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Even though she embarrasses him to no end, Drakken clearly loves and respects his mother enough that he doesn't want her to know he's plotting world domination.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • He draws the line at false advertising, as proven by his brainwashing shampoo. "I'm an evil genius, not a corporate shankster."
    • Humorously he considers cloning his (Non-Shego) henchmen a crime against humanity even he cannot do.
  • Everyone Went to School Together: He turns out to have been a friend of Kim's father in college and the mocking of his friends was his Start of Darkness.
  • Evil Counterpart:
    • To Ron. Aside from being Not So Different (see below) they are both dorky and goofy guys who are partnered with smart and powerful women. However, they can be just as if not more dangerous under the right circumstances (such as Drakken's near-success in The Movie and Ron's hidden potential.)
    • To a lesser extent, he is this to Kim Possible herself; both are driven go-getters who are proactive in what they do while being stubborn and with a need for control (compare Drakken's management of henchmen and determination for world domination to Kim doing something for school or saving the world) while having sidekicks who are much more laidback.
  • Evil Duo: Drakken and Shego are a variation on the usual dynamic — Drakken wants to Take Over the World and demonstrate his intellecutal superiority (superego) but is prone to childish outbursts (id).
  • Evil Former Friend: He used to be friends with James Possible, Bob Chen and Ramesh back in college. The three of them making fun of him when he presented his new Bebes as their dates for a college dance followed by them malfunctioning caused him to drop out and become a supervillain to prove his genius to them.
  • Evil Is Dumb: Unlike the Ron example, this is played straight and lampshaded every time he appears. Whenever he acts evil, he fails.
  • Evil Is Petty: One of his plans requires stealing Felix's tricked out wheelchair.
    Shego: No no no no no. You are not going to jack some kid's wheelchair.
    Drakken: Newsflash, Shego. I'm a bad man.
    • After stealing it:
      Shego: You actually stole a wheelchair. What's next, candy from a baby?
      Drakken: Been there, done that.
  • Evil Plan: In the words of Shego: "Always Taking Over The World. Always."
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: On the receiving end of one from his mother in "Mother's Day" after inadvertently leaving her behind on the train.
  • Gambit Roulette: His fondness for this trope causes Shego much irritation.
    Shego (marking her place in a magazine): Let's get Operation: Too-Complicated-To-Actually-Work over with.
  • Genre Blindness: Unlike the Seniors, he has no idea how many rules on the Evil Overlord List he violates on a regular basis.
  • Gone Horribly Right: He created the Bebe robots to be perfect, and they were so perfect that started wondering why they obeyed someone who was definitely not perfect.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He's got a rather sinister one under his left eye.
  • Green Thumb: In the Grand Finale, Drakken gains the powers of a Plant Person due to being exposed to a Super Plant Serum of his own creation. Surprisingly, this transformation gives him a major badass boost, provided you ignore the adorable flower petals that grow out of his neck!
  • Harmless Villain: Zigzagged. Sometimes he's planning to destroy the world; sometimes he's a joke. Sometimes he tries to zap Kim with a Death Ray, or drop her in lava; sometimes he doesn't even try to hurt Kim, only to keep her occupied with traps or his sidekick Shego. Really, his one major problem (aside from his ego) is that his plans tend to be ridiculously convoluted and unlikely to succeed. It's frequently shown that he would be more successful if he took a more pragmatic viewpoint in his schemes, such as in "A Sitch In Time", where Shego simply relocating the Stoppables to Norway wins out over his time-travelling attempts to "break" Kim. The one time the complicated nature of his plots works in his favor is "So The Drama", where his Evil Plan is so ludicrous that no one save Ron believes there IS one at first.
  • Hey, You!: A Running Gag on the show is that he always forgets Ron's name, much to the latter's annoyance. Ron finally gets him to sprout it in So the Drama after actully threatening him after Drakken's actions to Bueno Nacho.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: The main reason he's trying to conquer the world is to prove he's a genius. No one believes it, especially not Shego. Except for his Fan, Frugal Lucre.
  • Kick the Dog: Stealing a wheelchair from a disabled teenager just because it has advanced technology? Seriously, Dr. D? As he himself puts it, "We're bad men!"
  • Laughably Evil: His incompetence as a villain and snark bait for Shego is the source of much comedy.
  • Lesser of Two Evils: Invoked in "Bad Boy." When Drakken's evil is transferred to Ron, the latter becomes much more competent and dangerous as a villain than Drakken could ever hope to be. Kim realizes that turning the now-good Drakken back to evil is the only way to get Ron back to normal, and it's for the good of the world since normal Drakken is nowhere near as big of a threat to the world as Ron when he's evil.
  • Mad Scientist: He makes some of the gear he uses. Shego steals the rest. It's a Running Gag how incompetent he is at this.
    Shego: I don't get it. If you're such an evil genius, shouldn't you invent your own stuff? I mean, what's with the stealing?
    Drakken: It's called "outsourcing," Shego.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Evil, but not especially dangerous. Not surprising given that he was a college dropout and therefore possesses no degree.
  • No Indoor Voice: In the Halloween episode, after yelling on the phone with Duff Killigan, Shego tells him to use his indoor voice.
  • Noodle Incident:
  • Not So Different: In one of the Christmas episodes, Ron and Drakken bond over their shared love of Snowman Hank. This motivates them to declare a truce until New Year's. They are also normally the more bumbling, comical male counterparts to their strong female associates, but have both shown that they are the much more dangerous ones in their respective duos under the right circumstances.
  • Personality Swap: In the episode "Bad Boy", he ends up making 'Cocomoo' and cookies for his henchmen. Meanwhile, Ron is trying to conquer the world with Shego, at which he turns out to be amazingly effective.
  • Pointy-Haired Boss: He yearns to be a Bad Boss and figure of terror, but...he fails there too.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Is often driven by petty reasoning for his villainous schemes and prone to throwing temper tantrums when criticised.
  • Redemption Promotion: The one time his plan was an unqualified success is when he helped Kim and Ron defeat a greater villain. This embarrasses him and it's something Doctor Dementor needled him about in the series finale's stinger.
  • "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: His main island lair has "KEEP OUT - HAUNTED" signs posted, though he doesn't bother with any actual fake ghosts.
  • Shirtless Scene: In the movie A Sitch In Time, Drakken (who has transformed into a hulking brute) rips his shirt while fighting Kim. Also, in the episode "Rappin' Drakken", he walks around in only a towel and shower cap and is shirtless when lathering his hair in the commercial for his 'Lather, Rinse, and Obey' shampoo. Whether these are Fanservice or just terrifying depends on the viewer.
  • Shipper on Deck: Was quick to point out in the Christmas episode when Ron and Kim were together under the "mistletoe".
  • Smug Snake: Part of his problem is that his ego far outstrips his ability to make his overly complicated plans work.
  • Strong Girl, Smart Guy: Smart Guy to Shego's Strong Girl. He invents plans to Take Over the World, she beats up people in their way. An unusual case in that Shego is far more intelligent than Drakken at everything except inventing bizarre gadgets — she simply prefers to let somebody else do the planning while she does the fighting.
  • Supervillain: He has the grandiose ambitions and physical trappings and becomes superpowered in the final season.
  • Take Over the World: The usual goal of his Evil Plans is world domination.
  • Took a Level in Badass: On three occasions. The first was in the movie A Sitch In Time, when he goes from wimpy to bulky. The second time was in the other movie So the Drama where he proved he's a Not-So-Harmless Villain. Finally, in the Grand Finale "Graduation", Drakken develops plant powers that are so strong, they can crush advanced alien technology, and instantly develops a plan to save the world, one that is an unqualified success.
  • Totally Radical: Occasionally uses teen slang, for which he's mocked by Shego.
  • Unknown Rival: Drakken is irritated and jealous whenever he's reminded that Professor Dementor has a bigger reputation as a potential world-conquering Mad Scientist. For his part, Dementor seems to regard Drakken as a second-rate wannabe.
  • Villainous Friendship: With Shego. They constantly annoy each other, but their relationship is definitely more than just business. At the end of the series, they apparently become a couple.
  • Who's Laughing Now?: One episode reveals that his Start of Darkness was the result of his college friends (one of whom was Kim's father) laughing at him for building primitive fembots instead of finding them dates for a dance. His ranting about his clever plans suggest that attempting to take over the world is just a means toward the end of getting people to show him the respect he feels he deserves. There are also some bad stories about his childhood indicating that he has been bullied and dealt with alot, with the above incident being the straw that broke the camel's back. So his whole purpose of his schemes to is to show the world and show up everyone who ever mocked or ridiculed him.

Voiced by: Nicole Sullivan
Played by: Taylor Ortega (Live Action)

Drakken's primary sidekick. Her role was first expanded when the creators realised how well Drakken and Shego interacted, and as the show progressed writers often found it more interesting to put Kim and Shego on the same side instead of always fighting each other.

  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She's tall, attractive, aloof, and imposing and has long black hair.
  • Almighty Janitor: Tying into Brilliant, but Lazy, she spends much of the series as Drakken's sidekick yet is well respected in the villain world (more so than her boss).
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Her skin is tinted with the green color of her power glow.
  • Arch-Enemy: As the person Kim locks fists with, she's considered by some to be her true arch enemy, which is helped by their chemistry.
  • Big Bad: She is the Supreme One in "A Sitch in Time", and behind all of that movie's trouble.
  • Black Sheep: The one villainous member of a superhero family.
  • Breakout Villain: Originally just a simple sidekick, she became one of the most popular characters in the series due to being a very competent (but unambitious) villain, combined with her sarcastic attitude towards Drakken and Kim.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She has a lot more common sense than her boss, but tends to laze about reading magazines or lying on the beach when she isn't on a mission.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Team Go's Abel. She betrayed them because she couldn't stand them.
  • Creative Sterility: Subtly implied, but it appears Shego is lacking in the creative department. One of the things that keep Shego from being more than a sidekick is her seeming unwillingness to come up with a plan. However, her episodes with Junior show her struggling to come up with a good target for theft (not even thinking of just looking it up online), showing that she may not just be willing to come up with villainous plans, but is actually terrible at doing so.
    • Furthermore, fans tend to point that she continues to use her old costume and code-name from her time as a superhero as further evidence. This makes her plan from "Sitch in Time" notable since while she did technically come up with it, it was only because she got it from her future self (who had to work to convince her past self.)
    • Said plan also involved her making alot of money before hiring a think tank, implying that she may be aware that she's not good at the creative thinking aspect, hence why she hired people who could.
  • Dark Action Girl: You see her picture on the trope page! She's deadly and she's brutal.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Particularly towards Dr. Drakken.
  • Doing In the Scientist: Initially, her hand blasts were implied to be devices in her gloves. Later it was firmly established to be a superpower given to her by a magic comet.
  • The Dragon: Drakken's chief minion.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Subverted, Shego is much more grounded and competent in many ways than Drakken, but she's not a mad scientist like Drakken and she has no desire to come up with her own plans (or as implied above, not good at coming at them.) Furthermore, Drakken is a legitimate threat in his own right and even without Shego, provides a challenge for Kim.
  • Dub Personality Change: Some dubs, such as the French and German dubs, make Shego darker by giving her a more mature voice and less sassy personality.
  • Dude Magnet: Throughout the series, many men have complimented her on her good looks.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: As a result of being hit by a comet, her skin is green-tinged.
  • Enemy Mine: Usually happens when there's a bigger threat than her boss, like Evil Ron or Warmonga.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Her brothers. While they may on opposite sides of the law now (and according to her, left her brothers' team to begin with because she couldn't tolerate their quirks anymore), she still very much cares about them. Enough to where she purposefully loses so they get their powers back.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • She objected to Drakken and Motor Ed's plan to steal Felix's wheelchair. While she still participated in the scheme, she had nothing to do with the actual stealing of said wheelchair and was openly disgusted that they went through with it.
    • When Drakken steals a weather machine and sucked the water out of a lake to generate a massive storm, Shego showed concern for the fish that were in the lake when it was drained.
    • She was one of the many villains who looked concerned when they saw what Ron's Bueno Nacho diet was doing to him.
    • When Drakken's possessed by a pirate ghost and is on the verge of killing Kim, Shego seems just as horrified as Ron, since Drakken killing Kim with a machine or trap is one thing, but with his bare hands is quite another.
    • She was the only person who remembered that Drakken's mother was further up a train with a matter-eating monster; she also did not ruin Drakken's mother's delusion that Drakken was the host of a radio show instead of an evil supervillain.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Kim; she uses her martial arts and savvy for evil.
  • Evil Duo: Drakken and Shego are a variation on the usual dynamic — Shego just wants to fight and amuse herself (id) but generally cool and collected (superego).
  • Evil Former Friend: She used to be part of the Super hero team, Team Go.
  • Evil Is Sexy: In-universe. Shego is considered a very attractive woman whilst having people be fully aware that she's a villain at the same time.
    Wade: Her name is Shego. She's wanted in eleven countries.
    Ron: Make that twelve! *growls*
  • Eviler Than Thou: When Ron was temporarily turned evil, he actually managed to terrify her into submission. It was enough that when Ron was turned evil a second time, she was visibly still scared of him.
  • Evil Overlord: Known as The Supreme One in A Sitch In Time.
  • Face–Heel Turn: From her backstory, she eventually betrayed Team Go.
  • Fallen Hero: Part of her backstory is that she used to be a superhero.
  • Family Theme Naming: Her similarly superpowered brothers are named "Hego," "Mego" and "Wego". They're all members of "Team Go." Go figure.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her outfit is a green and black harlequin-dazzle pattern, with one glove and one boot in each color.
  • Foil: She fills this role in different ways to Dr. Drakken (her mocking commentary highlighting his overelaborate and doomed schemes) and to Kim (to whom she provides a dark mirror image).
  • For the Evulz: Supposedly part of her reason for switching sides
    Hego: The more we fought evil, the more Shego liked it.
    Ron: The fighting?
    Kim: The evil.
  • Freudian Excuse: Supposedly became a villain because she became annoyed by her brothers' quirks back when on the team. However, given the absence of parents and Shego's hostility even back then, it's implied there is more to the picture.
  • Future Badass: As if she wasn't badass enough already, she conquers the world in A Sitch In Time.
  • Gold Digger: She wouldn't turn on Drakken usually, but she would definitely leave him for money. She displayed this behavior in "The Mentor of our Discontent" with Martin Smarty at the end of the episode. Then she found out he had a teenage son and quickly leaves.
  • Green and Mean: Her skin is the same color as her outfit and the energy blasts she throws at heroes and civilians alike.
  • Hair Color Dissonance: She has black hair with a green hue due to her superpowers. The rest of her family just straight up have hair the same color as their powers.
  • Hand Blast: The magic comet gave her the ability to throw bolts of green energy from her hands.
  • Hello, Nurse!: She has gained this reaction (repeatedly) from Motor Ed and (briefly) Martin Smarty. Ron also has this reaction to her in the first episode.
  • Hidden Depths: She has a degree in child development and is fully credentialed as a teacher.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Just like Kim, "she can do anything." Without her, Drakken isn't nearly as threatening — she's better than him at everything except creating bizarre supertechnology... and baking cakes.
  • Impossible Hourglass Figure: It varies, but it does become more apparent in certain situations. Her green dress definitely draws attention to it.
  • Improbable Hairstyle: Like Kim, Shego's hair is seemingly resistant to anything, even if she's drenched, buried or blown up, her hair springs back to shape in moments.
  • It's Personal with the Dragon: Drakken simply regards Kim as an annoying obstacle; Shego goes toe-to-toe with her and takes their conflict personally (for example, see the The Only One Allowed to Defeat You entry).
  • Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: It is implied that she does this in her backstory as a superhero, going from a well-meaning person to a full-on supervillain.
  • Jumping Out of a Cake: When Junior mentions his father's upcoming birthday as his reason for breaking Shego out of prison, she apparently gets the wrong idea of what he wants.
  • Leitmotif: Has one called "Go Shego".
  • Ms. Fanservice: Out of all the female characters in the series, she's the one whom most often seems to be depicted in states of undress (i.e. relaxing in bathing suits in the middle of Drakken's lair or on private resorts) or seen using her sex appeal in some way (distracting Martin Smarty).
  • No Name Given/Only Known by Their Nickname: She is the only major villain whose real name is never revealed.
    • Though her brief stint as a Nice Girl teacher in “Stop Team Go!” and the theme naming of her family implies “Go” is at least her actual last name, as she gives her name as Miss Go and has no reason to lie.
  • Not in My Contract: In "Kimitation Nation", she reminds Dr. Drakken that she has a 'no cloning' clause in her contract.
  • Not So Different:
    • Obviously to Kim. Both are powerful and clever young women who also have a taste for fashion, often annoyed by their brothers, and have a close relationship with a more bumbling male.
    • More surprsingly to her fellow 'sidekick' Ron. Both of them are The Slacker, content with kicking back and relaxing, whether it's Ron chilling or Shego sunbathing. They tend to be bothered whenever their downtime is distrubed, but when they need to get up and do what they need to, they're always there. Additionally, both of them are fine with following their more proactive partners yet at the same time have shown just as much if not more potential greatness. Shego once conquered the world and whenever Ron is turned evil, he becomes a manically laughing but surprisingly and ruthlessly clever villain who is capable of frightening Shego into compliance.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: She even goes as far as to save Kim's life twice.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: She has 4 brothers and no sisters.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Her appearance as "Miss Wobakoff" consists of her wearing a blonde wig and form-fitting bright green dress. In spite of her pale green skin it's enough to fool Martin Smarty (whose life she had previously threatened). Then again, her job at the time was to distract him, so she did her job well; very well.
  • Perpetual Frowner: She has a full range of facial expressions but usually finds two adequate: mocking sneer or contemptuous scowl.
  • Pet the Dog: Her brief time being a mentor for Senor Senior Junior. She genuinely tried to help him, she was at least less sarcastic than usual at the idea of him breaking her out of prison to help with a crime, and she even gets mopey about not doing the job together.
  • Prodigal Family: Has four brothers that also have powers like her, and when Shego was good they were a team called 'Team Go'.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: She spends most of her time reading villain magazines or even lounging at spas when not assigned a task. She even has weekends and holidays off in a few episodes.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It goes down her back to her waist; longer than Kim's and thus highlighting her vanity.
  • Sarcastic Devotee: She constantly mouths off to Dr. Drakken and sometimes walks out on him in mid-caper, but she does stick with him in the long run.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She has been known to just walk away from some of Drakken's schemes when she feels they have become too much trouble, or too stupid, for her tastes. Though as the trope directly above suggests, for some reason she always comes back.
  • Sexy Mentor: She tutored Senor Senior Junior in order to teach him to be a more effective villain. She succeeded all the while having her student admit he had the hots for her.
  • She's Got Legs: Her regular outfit downplays it, but civilian garb tends to make them apparent.
  • Ship Tease: With Dr. Drakken in later seasons. "Emotion Sickness" brought it out a bit because it had a "lovesick" feature.
  • Sickly Green Glow: Her suit is green to match her glow. This is confirmed when she temporarily stole her brothers' powers in "Go Team Go" and her suit changed color to match the power she was using at the moment.
  • Side Kick: To Drakken. In A Sitch In Time this is a major plot point. Kim didn't believe she was the Supreme One because she's so used to thinking "Shego the sidekick".
  • The Slacker: Part of what makes her Not So Different with Ron Stoppable. She is content with sunbathing, filing her nails, mocking Drakken and the occasional plan, including the fight with Kim. Like Ron, she could be much more, even surpassing their more proactive partners.
    Rufus 3000: Wasn't it clear that Shego was the only one smart enough to take over the world?
    Joss: I mean, I know Dr. Drakken is your arch foe, but it seems to me Shego's the really dangerous one. I mean, if she put her mind to do it, she could be the toughest villain out there, don't you think?
  • Smug Super: She's very haughty and arrogant and snarky but it's implied she was always like that and before the magic comet.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The DisneyNOW closed captions spell her name as "Sheego".
  • Still Wearing the Old Colors: Even after quitting to become a villain, she wears her Team Go superhero outfit. In fact, in the Bad Future in "Sitch In Time", she made everyone wear the outfit. Devoted apprentices such as Junior also wear the outfit.
  • Strong Girl, Smart Guy: Strong Girl to Drakken's Smart Guy. He invents plans to Take Over the World, she beats up people in their way. An unusual case in that Shego is far more intelligent than Drakken at everything except inventing bizarre gadgets — she simply prefers to let somebody else do the planning while she does the fighting.
  • Supervillain: Unlike Drakken she's always had super powers, as she's an ex-superhero, but is only a super villain in her own right during A Sitch In Time.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: The reason why she quit Team Go and became a villain was because her brothers were so annoying and it drove her nuts.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: Taller than Kim, long dark hair and regularly snarking at everyone (especially her boss); all three are checked.
  • Terms of Endangerment: Constantly addresses Kim with monikers like "Kimmie" and "Princess", which can be interpreted as either dismissive or affectionate. Her constant calling Drakken "Dr. D" may also count. In general, she just seems to have a penchant for giving the people around her nicknames.
  • Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: When Ron became evil and shown to be surprisingly more competent in committing evil than Dr. Drakken, Shego immediately ditched her old boss to partner up with Evil Ron. However, she underestimated how capable Ron had become and while she did express annoyance at his constant laughing, she turned to outrage when Ron reminded her that she was just the hired help (unlike the equal status she has with Drakken.) He proceeded to just block her plasma blasts (with a shield-producing belt), but then frightened her into compliance with threats. She was relieved to have Drakken back to normal and a later episode (when Shego was turned good and her brothers evil by an old enemy), she anxiously mentions how surprisingly dangerous an evil Ron is (who then proceeds to wail on a crowd of Wegos.)
  • Useless Accessory: Her outfit has a leg pouch that never gets opened or even mentioned onscreen.
  • Vague Age: Her age was never actually stated in the series, though Ron stated that she looked too old to be in high school, and considering she was able to become fully credentialed in Child Development, he may be right. Some aspects of her character (her athletic ability, her immature attitude, her occasional flirtations with beach hunks) make her seem relatively young; others (the fact that she has a degree in Child Development, the Drakken/Shego moment in the final episode) suggest an older age (most likely in her twenties).
    • Further complicated by the fact that this is a series where twelve year olds attend high school and a ten year old finished college in eight months (though the former were Tim and Jim, who were already established as geniuses and the latter being Wade). Shego having a degree and credentials at an improbably young age would not be out of place at all, especially given her smarter than her slacker tendencies would suggest nature and being the counterpart to the girl who can do anything.
    • Additionally in the episode "Clean Slate" Ron notes that she is much too old to have been in high school the same time as he and Kim, shuddering when he states that she's "way older than that". Which Shego takes offense to and claims is due to her time spent in the sun. Whether this is a valid claim or just an excuse is up to the viewer (though Ron was likely just insulting her.)
    • One of the men she flirts with is Señor Senior Junior, who was once romantically interested in Kim Possible and later enters a relationship with Bonnie Rockwaller, both of whom were still in High School. In "Blush", she calls Josh Mankey, who is the same age as Kim, kinda cute. She also tells Kim, in So the Drama, that she thinks Kim's current love interest Eric is cute and considered dating him. Of course, she may have just said that to get under Kim's skin especially since Eric turned out to be a robot working for Drakken.
    • Additionally Shego's appearance resemble much more Kim's 26 years old self than her current self [1][2] and when asked about it Stephen silver the designer for the characters of the show answered he thinks Shego might be in her 30s
  • Villainous Friendship: With Dr. Drakken. They constantly annoy each other, but their relationship is definitely more than just business. She always goes back to working with him despite their numerous failures. At the end of the series, they apparently become a couple.
  • When She Smiles: She is far from unattractive, but very prone to frowning, smirking and psychotic rage. Once in a while though, when she's confused or nervous, she'll break out a sheepish, unguarded smile. The expression is utterly disarming.
  • Women Are Wiser: Just like Kim, she's the smart/hypercompetent female compared to her goofy male partner.
  • Worthy Opponent: While she won't admit it out loud, she grudgingly regards Kim as a challenge to fight.

    Professor Dementor
Voiced by: Patton Oswalt
Played by: Patton Oswalt (Live Action)

Real name: Demenz. Ein Deutsch villain who, like Dr. Drakken, iz hell-bent on taking over ze VORLD! However, hiz technology, henchmen and intelligence are generally better zan zat of Dr. Drakken. Because of zis, zey feel ze rivalry INTENSELY! Unfortunately, hiz brilliant planz are often foiled by Kim Possible (much like Dr. Drakken's) so ze audience never sees hiz TRUE POTENTIAL! In case you vere vondering, he speaks just like zis, and raises hiz voice at ze end of ze SENTENCES!

  • Always Someone Better: To Dr. Drakken. His henchmen are well-drilled, and he sometimes invents something that Drakken tries to steal rather than duplicating for himself.
  • Ascended Extra: More precisely, an Ascended Ghost. Before finally appearing onscreen in the next-to-last episode of the first season, he was occasionally mentioned as a Mad Scientist villain who (unlike Dr. Drakken) was taken seriously as a threat.
  • Catchphrase: "Looking for this?"
  • Eloquent in My Native Tongue: Ze talking of ze madman is better understood ven in hiz own langvage of Deutsch, JA?
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: He even had it on his list of things to do to call his mother because she gets SO irritable if he forgets.
  • Generation Xerox: Shown to have an ancestor who was also a scientist of extreme, though probably not a villain, still had a rivalry with ancestors of Drakken and Shego. After his ancestor was shown debuting his invention that absorbed ambient electricity, he was shown with a similar device scaled up to drain all the world's electricity so he could ransom it back.
  • Goofy Print Underwear: Skulls adorn his undergarments.
  • Harmless Villain: More competent than Drakken but still a minor threat.
  • Informed Ability: Said to be the top villain in the world and a more competent villain than Drakken (he does has better trained henchmen and actually builds his own devices). However, he's taken down just easily as Drakken, sometimes even easier.
  • Herr Doktor: Dutch, not German, but the effect is the same.
  • Mad Scientist: Like Drakken but more successful, i.e. doesn't need to steal other people's inventions.
  • Meaningful Name: "Dementia" also means madness or insanity.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: A more competent example than Drakken and might actually have the degree to back it up.
  • The Napoleon: Short and stocky, and quick to anger.
  • Never Bare Headed: He always wears a helmet that covers much of his face.note 
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: He raises his voice at the end OF HIS SENTENCES!
  • Take Over the World: Like Drakken, his goal is taking over the world, but unlike Drakken, he is regarded as someone who could truly pull it off.
  • What Does She See in Him?: A Running Gag of Season 4 is his inability to accept Ron and Kim being in a relationship, thinking Kim is too good for Ron. His final appearance implies that it's the result of projecting his frustrations at his sister getting married (he is forced to work with his brother-in-law in that episode).

    Monkey Fist
Voiced by: Tom Kane

Real name: Lord Montgomery "Monty" Fiske. Monkey Fist is a villain who specializes in the mystical and martial arts. More specifically, he is obsessively consumed with the study of Tai Shing Pek Kwar, or Monkey Kung-Fu, and with monkey-themed magical artifacts.

  • Adorable Evil Minions: His monkey ninjas are pretty cute!
  • Adventurer Archaeologist: Before he became a supervillain, he looked into ancient ruins.
  • And I Must Scream: His fate at the end of the Yamanouchi arc is petrification. It is unknown if he is still conscious, and if he isn't then it would disqualify him for this trope.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Has his hands and feet cosmetically modified to be more monkey-like and spends an inordinate amount of time on just about anything monkey-themed. The actual "super" doesn't kick in until he acquires the Mystical Monkey Power, though.
  • Arch-Enemy: He's more Ron's personal enemy than Kim's, because Ron got an infusion of the Mystical Monkey Power he'd intended to seize for himself. Considering he's also the embodiment of Ron's worst fear (monkeys), he essentially cements himself Ron's main enemy in the Team Possible Rogues Gallery. This fact is not something Monkey Fist is proud of as he's beaten by the sidekick, not the hero.
  • Arc Villain: He's relatively constant presence in the Yamanouchi/Mystical Monkey Power Myth Arc, tying into Ron's own development.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: He's a British Lord complete with castle.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: A master of Monkey Kung Fu and a Jerkass.
  • Ax-Crazy: While few of Kim's Rogues Gallery are all that sane, Monkey Fist is monomaniacally and murderously obsessed with becoming more and more like a monkey. It's particularly startling since he is one of the most serious, competent and intelligent villains on the show, yet his actual goals make him look bananas even compared to the rest.
  • Catchphrase: "Monkey ninjas attack!"
  • Child Hater: In "Monkey Ninjas in Space," he does not get along very well with the children he holds hostage.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: This is why he wants to be a monkey himself.
  • Evil All Along: In his first episode, he's just Lord Montgomery Fiske, and Kim even helps him recover the MacGuffins he needs to get Mystical Monkey Power.
  • Evil Brit: A British supervillain.
  • Evil Laugh: His is especially distinctive, sounding like a screeching monkey.
  • Fatal Flaw: His Obsession for Power and his Pride. It often causes him to pursue dangerous artifacts and make deals with forces he doesn't fully understand. Case and point, his final deal with the Yono left him a statue when he lost.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Maintains the facade of the British gentleman, but is one of the nastiest of the recurring villains.
  • Genius Bruiser: He is a master of Monkey Kung Fu and has superhuman strength, speed and agility as a consequence of magical enhancement and genetically engineering; he is also highly intelligent and has an advanced knowledge of archeology, cultural history, zoology and even some magic, as well as being one of the most ruthlessly efficient villains on the show.
  • Handy Feet: Used his family fortune to have DNAmy give him a pair of dexterous prehensile hands and feet out of obsession to become more like the simians he admired.
  • I Am a Monster: In his own words, he's no longer a human, but a "man-monkey who violates every law of nature and science!".
  • I Know Kung-Faux: Averted as he is a master of Tai Shing Pek Kwar, or Monkey Kung Fu, which is a genuine style of Kung Fu, and also known as Monkey Fist.
  • I Never Said It Was Poison: Kim and Ron had no idea about his obsession with Monkey Kung Fu, yet when they actually, Ron and Holo-Kim come to his home he starts out their conversation assuming they knew and reveals everything about his plan in minutes, assuming that their ignorance is Obfuscating Stupidity.
  • Leitmotif: The theme that heralded his presence was one of the most memorable used for the show; it was a little harpsichord melody in a minor key. Very classy indeed.
  • Maniac Monkeys: He has an army of evil monkey ninjas!
  • McNinja: His monkey ninjas, which are Japanese, are trained in Kung-Fu, which is Chinese.
  • Meaningful Name: Monkey Fist is an alternate name of the real life style of Kung Fu that he practices, so by actually choosing to call himself that and by going to such extreme lengths to get monkey-based powers he is essentially taking the Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy trope to it's logical conclusion by signalling that he wants to be the ultimate master of Monkey Fist style.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Despite his monkey-obsessed tendencies, he's one of the most serious and psychopathic of Kim and Ron's enemies, freely being willing to kill with his bare hands when not using his monkey ninjas and more than happy to find and use the quickest and most gruesome method to get rid of his foes.
  • Not So Above It All: Generally, he's one of the most composed and competent villains on the show, with all of Drakken's ambition and all of Shego's fighting skills, but he's also been known to break into uncontrolled fits of gloating laughter and blow his top spectacularly, and once descended into a slap-fight with Ron over a minor slight.
  • Primal Stance: His default state when he's not fighting or engaged in battle is a disturbing crouched monkey stance.
  • Red Right Hand: Had monkey hands and feet grafted onto him by DNAmy.
  • Running on All Fours: Often done to mimic Simian movements. Even lampshaded by Ron when he first revealed his villainous nature.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: His real name is Montgomery Fiske, or Monty for short, and his villain name is an anagram of "Monty Fiske".
  • Taken for Granite: His final play for the Mystical Monkey Power ended up getting him turned into a statue. The very last scene of the series indicates that he didn't get better.
  • Villain Decay: His final (major) appearance has him reference this trope at the very beginning, as he's stewing over the fact that on his last outing, he got his ass handed to him by a baby. Incidentally, he's one of the most serious villains on the show, an air that has generally been maintained throughout four seasons.
  • We Can Rule Together: Monkey Fist tries to get Hana to join him after he realizes who she is.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: The butler he had in his first episode never reappears, leading many to speculate what happened to him. Since he said he spent a great deal of money on his monkey modifications, it's likely that he couldn't afford one after the first episode.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He ordered his monkey ninjas to throw baby Hana into a volcano along with Ron and Rufus.

    Señor Senior Senior
Voiced by: Ricardo Montalban ("The New Ron"-"The Cupid Effect"), Earl Boen ("Coach Possible"-"And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI")

A practically infinitely wealthy older gentleman. After a friendly encounter with Kim and Ron, he decides to take up supervillainy as a hobby.

  • Affably Evil: As Ron put it, "Bad man...Good manners." Justified as he harbors no real malice to his foes and his villainy is simply a hobby.
  • Anti-Villain: He's only a villain as a pastime to enjoy with his son and doesn't really care if the heroes win or not.
  • Cool Old Guy: Despite his age and the fact that he often carries a cane, it turns out in "Triple S" that he is very fit and also very skilled at extreme sports. He also tattooed his initials on the back of his neck.
  • Contractual Genre Blindness: He is well aware of the Evil Overlord List but deliberately makes all of the mistakes anyway, because that's just how a "proper" villain does things. Since it's just a hobby to him, he cares more about "good form" than actually winning.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: A club for rich people banned him for publicly getting into fights with a teenage girl and he tried to get even by freezing the club and all its members. He even explained to Junior that villains are supposed to fit this trope.
  • Eccentric Millionaire: He became a supervillain to alleviate his boredom, after Ron pointed out how much his mansion resembled a supervillain lair.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He may be evil (even if only as a hobby) but he loves his son, and often treats their villainous sprees as father-son bonding activities.
  • Evil Laugh: He even takes time to practice it with Junior.
  • Evil Plan: They gave the "take over the world" thing a try but are more into smaller scale plans like tweaking other rich guys that offend them.
  • Fair-Play Villain: It's just a hobby and he cares more about doing it right than about actually pulling off a successful Evil Plan.
  • For the Evulz: He took up villainy on a whim and liked it so much it became a part of his millionaire lifestyle.
  • Graceful Loser: Since villainy is just a hobby for him, he tends to be rather unvexed when his plans are inevitably foiled.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: Bears a distinct resemblance to Ricardo Montalban.note 
  • Island Base: He has his own private island.
    Ron: You could take over the world from here.
  • It Amused Me: His entire MO. He's a millionaire who became a villain just for the hell of it and doesn't really care if he wins or not as long as he gets a thrill out of it.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Sr. Senior Sr. was in search of a thrilling new pastime when a young guest named Ron Stoppable pointed out that his billionaire home looked like a supervillain lair. In that moment, Sr. Senior Sr. realized what he could do for amusement.
  • Obliviously Evil: Kim and Ron first meet the Seniors because they think he's actively draining the power from a nearby city. Turns out they were simply overusing energy in mundane ways. Kim's first meeting is to introduce Sr. to more energy conserving habits. Then Ron started flapping his gums...
  • Repetitive Name: Three 'senior's.
  • Rich Boredom: He suffered from this, and it's part of the reason he turned to supervillainy. That and he thinks it's a good way to spend quality time with his son.
  • Xanatos Gambit: As noted above, whether or not any of his plans succeed is irrelevant. He's just having fun with the 'Traditional Super Villain' role. Their inevitable failure never bothers him because he can still fulfill that role.

    Señor Senior Junior
Voiced by: Nestor Carbonell

Señor Senior's son and unwilling accomplice. He isn't nearly as interested in world domination as his father, but comes along anyway because he's family.

  • Affably Evil: Like his dad, but his reason is more he's not into evil and instead into partying.
  • Anti-Villain: He's only evil because his Dad is and drags him into it like a mundane dad would to a fishing trip.
  • Camp Straight: He has a foppish obsession with personal grooming. He had a strong crush on Kim in one episode, and was ultimately paired off with Bonnie.
  • The Dragon: Sort of...plotting fiendish acts of evil is supposed to be quality father-son time.
  • Dreadful Musician: There's a reason the prison ward set up a concert for him; the other imprisoned Rogues Gallery villains were likely being punished.
  • Eccentric Millionaire: Obsessed with partying, looking good, and becoming a pop star, much to his father's annoyance.
  • Island Base: Though he thinks of it more as an island tanning salon.
  • Love at First Sight: Paid a programmer to find him the girl of his dreams, but then fell for Bonnie the very first moment he saw her.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: Played with. Junior could be pretty competent, but he doesn't have any desire to be a bad guy. He ups his game up in the fourth season, but mainly to please his father.
  • Missing Mom: No mention is ever made of his mother.
  • Morality Pet: In some extent, to Shego. She enjoyed working with him and was less evil in that episode.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: He's more buff than any of the other villains, but he rarely gets into a fight and isn't very good at it.
  • Official Couple: He and Bonnie becomes a couple in the final season.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: He would be more efficient in dealing with heroes if his dad didn't insist that they follow Contractual Genre Blindness. Then again, the whole point is that it's just a hobby.
  • Stating the Simple Solution: Often such as "why don't you point the laser at their bodies?". This defiance of the villain code is a never failing disappointment to his father.
    • He also does this during the couple of episodes he partners up with Shego. When trying to decide what to steal, he just looks up on the Internet the most valuable and hardest-to-get items.
  • Took a Level in Badass: His main thing was being a reluctant accomplice to his dad's schemes; he learns to fight better when Shego tutors him and he becomes a bit more proactive in evil, to make his dad happy.
  • Villainous Friendship: He and Shego struck up a happy partnership-in-crime, but were pulled apart because each had prior commitments.

Voiced by: Melissa McCarthy

Real name: Amy Hall. An outwardly friendly genetic expert obsessed with "Cuddle Buddies", a brand of stuffed animal-crossings. This leads her to trying to make her own chimeric creations in real life...

  • Abhorrent Admirer:
    • In her first appearance, she drove Mr. Barkin to distraction with her unwanted attentions.
    • She turns out to be very much obsessive towards Monkey Fist, who tries to get as far away from her as possible.
  • Affably Evil: She's quite chipper, sweet and friendly though still a mad scientist and her obsessions tend to her being quite determined.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Kim and Ron made this mistake, and they got tied up by her minions of combined animals.
  • Collector of the Strange: Downplayed. While collecting Cuddle Buddies seems to be as normal as collecting Beanie Babies, her drive does hint at "strange".
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: While she's outwardly affable, she's prone to mood swings and can be set off easily when things stop going her way. It's one of several reasons why men tend to be terrified of her.
  • LEGO Genetics: This is how she makes life-sized cuddle buddies; add kangaroo feet to shark body and volia!
  • Mad Scientist: She's deranged enough to want to make her own living cuddle buddies, and smart enough to make a device that can do just that.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Her minions are full-sized living Cuddle Buddies.
  • Psychopathic Woman Child: She usually behaves more like a bubbly, spoiled preteen girl than an adult woman, and her intensive knowledge of cross-species genetics makes her mood swings and Hair-Trigger Temper very dangerous to anyone she comes across.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Toward Monkey Fist, having been the one to give him his monkey hands and feet. She describes him as her "newest little cuddle buddy", which suggests there may be slightly more going on there than just romantic affections.

    Duff Killigan
Voiced by: Brian George

A Scottish former professional golfer banned from every golf course in the world (even minigolf!).

    Motor Ed
Voiced by: John DiMaggio. Seriously.

Real name: Edward Lipsky. An engineer and monster truck enthusiast with a want of destruction. He's also Dr. Drakken's cousin. Seriously.

  • '80s Hair: Seriously, that Mullet. Seriously.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: Has the hots for Shego, who'd rather break him limb from limb. Seriously.
  • Air Guitar: He lives on this trope. Seriously. *Cue strings and wailing*
  • Amazon Chaser: Ed was already attracted to Shego just for her looks, but her zapping him into the ceiling just made it worse. Seriously.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Do not mess with his mullet. Seriously.
    • Kim stealing his motorbike and Drakken subsequently blowing it up also very quickly gets under his skin. Seriously.
  • Black Sheep: He's considered the black sheep of Drakken's family, mostly because he's open about his actions while the doctor has kept his family in the dark about his Mad Scientist ways. Seriously.
    • Though given how Mrs. Lipsky spoke of him along with Drakken before the reveal, it's implied he was already the Black Sheep before becoming a supervillain. With his attitude, it's not hard to guess why. Seriously.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Cares mainly about rock music and cruising down the highway in a "sweet ride," spending his time fashioning his mullet and playing air guitar. He's also widely regarded as the most brilliant mechanical engineer in the country. Seriously. Like everything it's lampshaded, seriously.
    Wade: He's not as dumb as the hairstyle would have you believe.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Constantly hits on Shego, and is oblivious to hints (up to and including plasma blasts) that she wants nothing to do with him. Seriously.
  • Didn't Think This Through: His plots tend to boil down to "cause random destruction"; Kim pointed this out in his first appearance. Seriously.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He may sound like a total goofball, but he's a very talented mechanical engineer. Seriously.
  • Genius Bruiser: A large, muscular, mullet-haired mechanical genius who even outsmarted Wade at one point. Seriously. As Wade put it, "He's not as dumb as the hair-cut would lead you to think."
  • Genius Ditz: Totally boneheaded rocker stereotype, yeah, but this dude is seriously the "most brilliant mechanical engineer in the country." Seriously.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: His character design is based on John DiMaggio's looks and personality. Seriously.
  • Love at First Sight: Attempts to invoke this on Shego when he first meets her. Shego rejects the idea in her own unique way. This only seems to make him like her even more. Seriously.
    Motor Ed: So, uh... do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again? Because I'll totally walk by again, if I have to. Seriously.
    Shego: Mhmm, mhmm. Walk and... keep walking! *cue plasma blast*
    Motor Ed: *after recovering from being blasted into a wall* Man, do I dig a woman who can scrap! I think I'm in loooove! *cue Air Guitar*
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Though he was very much so an Amazon Chaser who only found Shego even more attractive every time she beat him up or blasted him, he had a sexist streak to him specifically concerning women and driving. In "Steel Wheels" he mentions that "babes don't drive, dudes drive", inciting Shego's ire, and later again when Drakken was getting snippy with Shego being late to enter the Doomvee due to being busy fighting Kim Ed made a mention about how making a woman angry while she's driving will only make it worse - her driving, he meant. And in "Car Alarm" he had her dress as a Hood Ornament Hottie and she was effectively broken out of prison just to be an "accessory" to the ride. Seriously.
  • Talking to Himself: Seriously, since both Ed and Drakken are voiced by Mr. DiMaggio. Seriously.
  • Tattooed Crook: He has "Ed" tattooed on his left arm. Seriously.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: not as glaring as some examples, but he is this. Seriously.
  • Verbal Tic: In case this entire folder didn't clue you in, "Seriously"! Seriously. He seriously cannot use one sentence without that adverb, seriously.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: His mechanics don't show up again after "Motor Ed". Seriously.

    Frugal Lucre
Voiced by: Richard Kind

Real name: Francis Lurman. A low-budget supervillain-wannabe employed at Smart-Mart. Becomes Dr. Drakken's annoying Cell Block D cellmate during Season 4, and often drives him nuts. Ironically, Lucre is driven nuts when Motor Ed replaces Drakken in his cell.

  • Ascended Extra: If it weren't for the show getting un-cancelled for a Post-Script Season, Frugal would've only had one appearance in the show. After the renewal, he took on a recurring role as Drakken's jail cellmate.
  • Basement-Dweller: He avoids the expense of maintaining a lair by living in his mom's basement.
  • Do Not Adjust Your Set: His first scheme was to go on all channels and broadcast a demand that everyone send him a dollar, or else he'd destroy the Internet.
  • Loony Fan: To Dr. Drakken. When they're stuck in prison together, he drives the bad doctor up the wall with his non-stop talking and gushing.
  • Motor Mouth: He will not shut up; ever. He drives Drakken to distraction when the two of them share a cell for the first part of the Post-Script Season.
  • Techno Wizard: Despite his shoestring budget, he's capable of hijacking the TV networks with his ransom demands and creating a computer virus that can be uploaded from an ordinary checkout scanner.
  • Wig, Dress, Accent: He tried to hide his identity behind a fake accent and beard in his first appearance.
  • You Get What You Pay For: His cheapskate ways make him even more unthreatening than the rest of the Rogues Gallery. For instance, he has to settle for threatening Kim and Ron with a kiddie pool full of snapping turtles rather than something more intimidating. However, his tampered barcode to infect the net with a virus and cripple global communications was rather genius in itself despite working on a shoestring budget.

    Camille Leon
Voiced by: Ashley Tisdale

An heiress who's very well known around the celebrity circuit. However she's revealed to be a shape-shifter (via an experimental surgery) who steals to fund her lifestyle. She only shows up in season 4.


Voiced by: Justin Berfield

A former attendee of Camp Wannaweep, Gil took Ron's swim time in exchange for his arts and crafts slot at the camp as Ron didn't want to swim in the disgusting water, but this resulted in Gil mutating into a fish-like creature. This inspired a long-running vendetta, with Gil (who 'renamed' himself 'Gill') returning on two occasions to torment Ron for his perceived role in the mutation.

  • Disproportionate Retribution: Gil blames Ron for his mutation when all Ron did was refuse to go swimming in Lake Wannaweep.
  • Fish People: Gil's entire appearance is based on this.
  • Lured into a Trap: Gil goes to great lengths to lure Ron into a position where he can get his revenge, ranging from a fake cheerleading competition to learning enough tech skills to jam even the Kimmunicator.
  • Never My Fault: Ties into Disproportionate Retribution above; Gil acts as though Ron knew what the waters of Lake Wannaweep would do to him after long-term exposure when Ron just refused to go into the disgusting water. In addition, Gil decided to keep swimming in the water of his own volition, Ron simply using it as an opportunity to avoid swim time.
  • That Man Is Dead: Gil attempts this when he reveals his new name, but it falls flat considering that he just added an 'L' that doesn't change how it's pronounced.

    Adrena Lynn
Voiced by: Rachel Dratch

A TV actor known for her death-defying stunts. She turned to a villainy after being exposed as a fraud.

  • Attention Whore: The way she makes a spectacle of herself while performing dangerous stunts on her show, which are all fake, screams this. Eventually, she takes this up an eleven by jamming every satellite transmission to televise her revenge against Kim and Ron for exposing her as a fake.
  • Catchphrase: "Freaky!", putting more emphasis on eaky.
  • Foil: Similar to Kim, who can "do anything", Adrena Lynn is known for her death defying stunts. But whereas Kim's "stunts" are real and done for the sake of heroism, Lynn's are fake and done for the sake of her reputation.
  • Miles Gloriosus: Puts on a flashy spectacle to make herself look good but faked all her stunts. When put in a real death-defying situation, she admitted her cowardice.
  • One-Shot Character: Unlike the rest of the rogues gallery, she was in only in one episode. The creators have confirmed that she was meant to be a recurring villain (hence her prominence in early promo-art and the show's Disney Channel minisite), but got cut due to not being popular enough.
  • Punny Name: Adrena Lynn → Adrenaline.
  • Redemption Rejection: Ron tries to appeal to her to stop with the lies and not needlessly put the innocent Brick in danger, being the one responsible for her show being cancelled and having also twisted the truth to make an appealing story for people. She says that he's right and now she'll be more truthful... and then declares that she'll start with her "very real" defeat of Kim Possible.

    Warhok and Warmonga
Warmonga (left) and Warhok (right).
Warhok voiced by: Ron Perlman
Warmonga voiced by: Kristen Johnston

Two Lorwardian warriors (a giant, green skinned species similar to humans) who appear to have the same goals as Dr. Drakken/Shego/Dementor, except they seem much more intent and capable of fulfilling them... and destroying Earth in the process.


  • Battle Couple: The creators say they are married and they conquer together.
  • Egomaniac Hunters: They talked about the times they hunt. They even have a trophy room.
  • Final Boss: The last villains faced in the show despite this being their second (Warmonga) and first (Warhok) appearances.
  • Happily Married: The creators say they are married. This supports the fact that part of their battle with Team Possible felt like a double date!
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game:
    Warhok: Come Warmonga, we will take this one as a trophy. She will look handsome mounted beside your Thorgoggle spine.
  • Killed Off for Real: According to the creators their Character Death is permanent.
  • Meaningful Name: Their names are puns on terms for political leaders who favor warfare: "warhawk" and "warmonger."
  • Outside-Context Problem: Unlike a majority of the other antagonists, they're Alien Invaders with a greater strength, endurance, and size advantage, and lack the desire to banter like Kim's other foes.
  • Proud Warrior Race: Conquering a planet is a routine thing for people like them.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: Green skin and purple clothes dominate their appearances.
  • Significant Anagram: Their race is called the Lorwardians. "Lorward" is a spoonerism of "Warlord".
  • Underestimating Badassery: In truth, they underestimated the entire human race, but they really underestimated Ron and what he would do if they threatened his girlfriend. Seriously, their first clue should've been when Ron sent them flying the first time. Their reaction, smirking at each other, implies "Lucky shot" and they proceed to fight him as before. Needless to say, it didn't end well for them.
  • Undignified Death: For a race of warriors and the most physically powerful characters featured, they're defeated with little effort by a fully empowered Ron Stoppable. Furthermore, they met their end via the character everyone saw as the comic relief sidekick.
  • Unholy Matrimony: They are married and their favorite activity is to conquer planets together.


  • Darth Vader Clone: The creators of Kim Possible have stated that they wanted to make Warhok as terrifying as Darth Vader.
  • Diabolus ex Nihilo: Being introduced in the last episode, he's not given a backstory or any build-up.
  • Evil Is Petty: Comes to Earth to capture the girl who stopped Warmonga and the doctor who tricked her and planned on taking it over for these reasons.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: He's an evil conqueror of worlds, but has less personality than Warmonga.
  • Facial Markings: Meant to evoke 'barbarian warlord'.
  • Knight of Cerebus: There's nothing comical about this guy. He is serious and causes a lot of damage.
  • Last Episode, New Character: Introduced in the Grand Finale.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: He's even more serious than Shego, instantly silencing Drakken upon appearing and has no tolerance for tomfoolery as seen when he was chasing Ron who was trying to have a light discussion with him. Any humorous lines he makes are sarcastic and dry. Finally, he managed to overwhelm both Shego and Kim with frightening efficiency.
  • Smug Super: Warhok boasted himself as 'the most fierce warrior in the galaxy', indicating he believed no one in the universe would ever defeat him. The smirk he shared with Warmonga after Ron struck seemed to indicate they believe they finally found someone who could give him a real challenge.


  • Evil Is Dumb: Warmonga's gullible enough to believe Drakken is "The Great Blue". She apparently wised up in the Grand Finale, considering there isn't a mention of the "Great Blue".
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: She's a green-skinned alien who looks like a very attractive (and really tall) human woman.

    Synthodrone # 901 "Eric" 
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Voiced by: Ricky Ullman

A synthodrone created by Drakken during Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama, he pretends to be a young man named Eric in order to keep Kim busy while Drakken completes his plan. He then lured her into a trap which revealed his true allegiance and sent Kim into a Heroic BSoD.

  • The Mole: Draken's man inside Middleton High.
  • There's No Kill Like Overkill: Gets bitten by Rufus, causing the fluids inside 901 to drain out. Then he's electrocuted alive when the Diablo Tower is destroyed, insuring this demon of a boyfriend never comes back.
  • Undignified Death: He's not defeated by a vengeful Kim in her battlesuit, or Ron getting a Heroic Second Wind, but by Rufus simply biting his leg and letting all of his fluids out until he was complete drained.
  • Walking Spoiler: Most of the tropes about him come after the reveal.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He's tough against ordinary physical blows, but highly vulnerable to a small puncture. One bite from Rufus reduces him to a puddle of goo.
  • Would Hit a Girl: 901 is of both the "abusive boyfriend" and "unrestricted villain" examples.

    Hank Perkins
Voiced by: Rob Paulsen

A business-smart young temp originally hired to assist Duff Killigan, and then Dr. Drakken. His exposure to evil convinced him that being bad had big promise, so he styled himself as a "Villainy Consultant" to get in on the ground floor.

  • Affably Evil: Quite a pleasant, polite and upbeat fellow, he seems like the last person who would be associated with evil.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Though he was only a temporary lackey at first, he described himself as a self-starter and later said that "a little birdie told [him he] might be kept on" as associate. His ambition leads him to becoming a villainy consultant to take advantage of the untapped market he saw in the evil business.
  • Amoral Attorney: He has a degree in law.
  • Evil Costume Switch: When he started out as a temporary lackey just starting in villainy, he wore a simple grey dress shirt and tie. When he reappeared as a full-time villainy consultant, he switched it out for a darker-colored business suit.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Hank was able to turn Dr. Drakken's typical, easy-to-foil operation into a highly successful evil business behind the extremely convincing cover of a cupcake company, to the point where even Wade was stunned when he discovered the true minds behind Hank's Gourmet Cupcakes. Hank accomplished this all without attracting much suspicion, and with little effort also solved Drakken's frequent issues of a lack of finance and poorly motivated henchmen.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Both times he assisted with an evil plot, he made a break for it when it went south, though he failed in escaping the first time.
  • Slowly Slipping Into Evil: Though he started simply as a young man with a law degree who graduated with honors from business school, working as en evil temporary lackey for Killigan and Drakken is what convinced him that evil was the growth industry of the next ten years.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: A temporary lackey-turned villainy consultant named Hank.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Though he said that he hated having to do it, he had no further qualms with shooting Jim and Tim with the Ray X, not even knowing what it does, simply to "score some points with the boss".

    Falsetto Jones
Voiced by: Phil Morris

A skilled cat burglar and the only breeder of Lithuanian Wolfhounds in the world, he hosts dog competition shows at his mansion annually. He's the thief who stole the Kimber diamond.

  • Crazy-Prepared: Asked for Rufus' autograph and then used his paw prints to make a full background check that revealed not only that he was bought at Smarty Mart, but that he was bought by Ron Stoppable, leading him to realize that Kim was most likely at his mansion.
  • Karma Houdini: Subverted — his plan is foiled and while he isn't shown getting arrested, the second Gameboy Advance game confirms that he was later arrested by the police.
  • Meaningful Name: He's called "Falsetto" because of a freak helium accident he had, leaving him with a very squeaky voice.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Falsetto is one of the smartest villains Team Possible has ever faced; he was clever enough to double check Rufus' paw print to prove he wasn't a dog, and confirm Ron's identity, and he averts Bond Villain Stupidity by actually sitting around to watch the two be destroyed.
    Kim: Um, aren't you going to leave now?
    Falsetto: Leave? What do you mean?
    Ron: Usually, the bad guy says his lame pun and walks out. You know, leaving us to our doom.
    Falsetto: But then I'd miss the whole thing, where's the fun in that? I'm not going anywhere!
    Kim: Okay, but I feel I must warn you that you're really breaking a supervillain tradition here.
  • One-Shot Character: Only appears in "Rufus in Show".

Voiced by: Maurice LaMarche

Real name: Sheldon Director. The leader of the Worldwide Evil Empire, or WEE, he is also the evil fraternal twin brother of Dr. Betty Director, head of Global Justice.

    Jack Hench
Voiced by: Fred Willard

A mysterious figure with a lot of money, no one in the public really knows what he does. In truth, he's the CEO of HenchCo Industries, which supplies villains who can afford his prices with weapons, tools, and henchmen.

  • Affably Evil: Though he supplies villains with weapons and henchmen, he's nothing but polite, even when he has to deal with Team Possible.
  • Arms Dealer: Ever wonder Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys? He's the villains' main supplier of both technology and manpower.
  • Been There, Shaped History: It's implied he's where the "Hench" in "Henchmen" came from.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Made his fortune selling equipment and henchmen to villains.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When shown what his mutagenic growth serum would do to a person under the right conditions, he expressed genuine horror and announced he wouldn't unleash that on his worst enemy.
  • Karma Houdini: He never exactly pays for being the CEO of an industry that supplies supervillains with all their basic needs. The most he's ever been thwarted is when Kim and Ron stole a dangerous new weapon he put up for auction among the other villains.
  • Only in It for the Money: As mentioned above, he'll supply any villain who can pay his prices with weapons, tools, and hechmen.

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