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  • Accidental Innuendo:
    • Kim asking Ron if he wants the ultimate ride (extreme snowboarding as opposed to something else) is just one of the tamer instances of this.
    • In a rare visual variant, a scene in "Low Budget" has Shego raising her plasma-covered hand at Drakken as a threat. Many fans think that Shego is actually Flipping the Bird. Due to the plasma it's impossible to tell whether this is accidental or a Parental Bonus. Signs lean towards the former as Shego seems to be holding her hand straight.
  • Alternative Character Interpretation:
    • Some fans feel like the show could be framed as actually being about Ron, since he undergoes the biggest change and character growth in the series.
    • Many believe that Ron could be and perhaps even is better than Kim is at heroics, either intentionally holding himself back so as to not surpass her or, as seen in the show, unintentionally holding himself back through self-doubt. Fans generally point to his badass moments with Monkey Power as proof of this, as well as the times he became evil, with Evil!Ron being the most successful villain in the series to the point of scaring Shego into falling in line.
    • Does Dr. Drakken really think Team Impossible are all that or did he say that just to tease Kim?
  • Anvilicious:
    • "Grande Size Me", the episode focused on dietary health as deliberately blatant as possible.
    • The 'lying is wrong' aesop of "October 31st" is laid so thick that it feels like one is beaten on the head with a hammer with how heavy handed it is. Many fans even complain that it ruined the first holiday episode.
  • Base-Breaking Character: The Lorwardians, Warmonga and Warhok, have some degree of division with some. Namely that they're aliens, making them out of place with Kim's enemies, and that the latter only appears in the final episode with no real build-up.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: The scene in "Car Alarm" when the Sloth drives out into space, which Ron takes advantage of to test his theories on zero-g naco eating. How did he get that naco in the first place? No idea.
  • Broken Base: The eventual Official Couple of Drakken/Shego is often debated amongst some fans even after all these years. As usual, the issues are "Was it written/foreshadowed well or was it Strangled by the Red String?" and "Do they work better as friends or lovers?".The main Official Couple of Kim and Ron also has some detractors who debate over the later question over the relationship.
  • Crack Pairing: "Stop Team Go" had Shego/Mr. Barkin. Granted, she was under the influence of a Mirror Morality Machine at the time, and it doesn't last beyond that episode when she returns to normal.
  • Creator Worship: The creators of Kim Possible, Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle.
  • Crossover Ship: Kim Possible gets shipped with characters outside of her series.
    • Nickelodeon Magazine depicted a picture of her dating Prince Zuko. This is because she once admitted to being attracted to the Troubled, but Cute type.
    • Another popular character she's shipped with is the title character of Danny Phantom. Both characters do in fact have a lot in common: Both are teenage kids of scientists (but whereas Kim's parents are respected in their fields, Danny's are not), both have green eyes (Danny's eyes are normally blue but green in his ghost form), both fight a rogues gallery of villains with their Arch-Enemy being an Evil Former Friend of their father out for world domination, both are romantically involved with their best friend of the opposite gender who is implied to be Jewish and they both juggle normal lives with being heroes (though Danny's superhero life is a secret). Both cartoons also featured Stephen Silver as an artist and ended their runs in 2007.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Shego is most guilty of this, but the other villains have their moments of going from nasty to funny and back again.
  • Death of the Author:
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: When Disney created this promotional image for the show, they must have been awfully certain that it would never be seen by anyone who might actually remember the poster for this obscure film. Oh, wait a moment...
  • Die for Our Ship:
    • Curiously, Yori doesn't get this reaction from fans of the Kim/Ron ship. This is possibly because the character herself gives them her blessing, despite admitting to having a crush on Ron. Kim's crush Josh Mankey, however, gets a lot of flak.
    • Kim and Ron themselves are particularly prone to this for those who ship pairings that only involve one of them. For pairings such as Kim/Shego, Ron is often devolved into a completely useless idiot incapable of doing anything but being annoying and getting in the way. In cases where Kim ends up the third wheel, she's demonized as regularly abusing and taking advantage of Ron, constantly putting him in harm's way with no remorse and purely for her own gain.
  • Draco in Leather Pants: Shego. In the show, she's always depicted as a No-Nonsense Nemesis and Card-Carrying Villain who does it all For the Evulz and has her share of Kick the Dog moments. Many if not all of these traits go straight out the window when it comes to fan fiction, particularly when shipping is involved, which paint her in the exact opposite light.
  • Ear Worm:
  • Ensemble Dark Horse:
    • Warmonga. This is the reason she returned in the final episode as a Big Bad alongside Warhok.
    • Electronique was rather popular with fans, more than you'd expect from her single appearance. But then, she was a Baroness and Gadgeteer Genius with electrical powers, a short temper and a hammy accent from somevhere in zer centre of Europe, so she was a memorably entertaining character, and as a villain in Shego's hometown she had a connection to the fandom's favourite character.
    • Yori, due to her badassery skills as a ninja and to the point that aside from being a potential love interest for Ron, she doesn't get the Die for Our Ship treatment for Kim/Ron shippers, arguably due to the fact in season 4 that she calmly accepts that Ron and Kim are now a couple, considering it destiny.
    • Tara is also loved by some viewers for being an adorable Nice Girl with an unrequited crush on Ron.
  • Evil Is Cool: Not only does this at least seem to be Shego's philosophy, but look at what happened to Ron in that personality-switch-turned-him-evil incident.
  • Evil Is Sexy:
    • Shego. In the one episode when she turned good she was sweet and all, but when she's evil she is sexy! She wears a swimsuit, at work, in the same room as her boss, and his companion, several times.
      Wade: Her name is Shego. She is wanted in eleven countries.
      Ron: Make that twelve!
    • There is also Adrena Lynn, Camille Leon and Warmonga.
  • Family-Unfriendly Aesop: A subverted regular Aesop from "Return to Camp Wannaweep". You shouldn't be suspicious, and people can change... except that sometimes they don't, and suspicion can be a good thing.
  • Fashion-Victim Villain: Hilariously, Drakken got this done to him by the Evil Eye for the Bad Guy group. To many people’s relief the outfit was a one episode thing.
  • Foe Yay Shipping: Kim and Shego... Interesting subtext or reading far too much into a relationship based on close combat and snark?
  • Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The popularity of the show in Germany is a major reason for its revival.
  • Girl-Show Ghetto: Greatly averted; this action-packed show and its characters have plenty of fans from both sides.
  • Growing the Beard: Sure, the first season was liked, but Kim was something of a Mary Sue, somewhat egotistical, and, at times, the world seemed to really only exist to show how awesome Kim was. Then Steve Loter came in during season 2 as a director/producer — under his wing, the story pacing was sped up, and much more focus was put on other characters besides Kim, such as Ron, Drakken and Shego.
  • Harsher in Hindsight:
  • Heartwarming in Hindsight: Kim being in love with Ron in "Emotion Sickness" was pretty cringy, but becomes very heartwarming when they start dating for real after So The Drama.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Kim's lab partner, Justine Flanner, who helped her defeat D.N.Amy, was voiced by Mayim Bialik, who went on to play another scientist named Amy.
    • In the episode "The Fearless Ferret", Ron unexpectedly came across the house of a grumpy old man who turns out to be a superhero which Ron has willingly become his successor. Didn't Will Friedle previously voiced a character who went through the same situation? Except the man turned out to be a REAL superhero?
    • Badass, but sweet-natured redhead who fights evil between her classes, and is famous for being able to do anything? Bumbling, Adorkable blond guy who hangs out with her because, despite some people thinking she's way out of his league, even the best of us needs someone who has her back? Snarky, Evil Is Sexy villainess with a memorable mane of dark hair to go with her freaky powers? Wait, are we talking about Kim Possible, or Pyrrha Nikos? (Fortunately the similarities mostly end there, otherwise season 3 would have ended with Shego fatally shooting Kim in the heart.)
    • In the episode "And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI", Kim and Ron remark that the idea of a live-action Kim Possible movie would be ridiculous. However, in 2018, Disney Channel announced a future live-action Kim Possible movie, to much rejoicing.
      • Although with the trailer now released, fans seem to share Kim and Ron's sentiments.
    • In "Royal Pain", while trying to help Kim run for class president, he takes her mini-golfing. Kim complains that she doesn't see how this is supposed to help her, to which Ron states that his reasoning is that "The best political decisions are made while golfing." A few years later, Donald Trump would be seen as a controversial presidential figure for his political decisions, also being known for golfing in his rather questionably lengthy leisure time despite complaining about past presidents doing so.
    • In "Ill Suited", Ron has a nightmare of kissing Kim at the dance and then she turns out to be one of the androids from So The Drama. 13 years later, Christy Carlson Romano voices a character who kisses the hero, and she turns out to be an android. Talk about Ron's worst nightmare come true.
    • Alyson Hannigan being cast as Kim's mother in The Movie is appropriate, as the show is considered a Spiritual Successor to Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
    • Walmart announced in 2019 that they now plan to use robots to do things like shelf stocking, just like Smarty Mart used "Stockbots" in The Mentor of Our Discontent.
    • In "Graduation", Ron finally masters the Mystical Monkey Power and obtains the ability to increase his strength manyfold by enveloping himself in a blue monkey-themed Battle Aura. In 2015, Goku and Vegeta obtain a blue Super Saiyan form stronger than anything they had before.
  • Hollywood Homely: Ron's been mentioned by a number of characters to be less than good looking, to the point of being ugly. He's average looking at worst.
  • Jerkass Woobie:
    • Dr. Drakken. In one episode, it's revealed that his Start of Darkness was triggered by merciless mockery ("we laughed for days") from his college friends (one of whom was Kim's father).
    • Bonnie has two bully older sisters at home; it can be assumed that Bonnie's mean and sour disposition probably stems from her sisters being so mean to her all the time.
  • LGBT Fanbase: Both Kim and Shego are very popular with women.
  • Les Yay:
    • Shego is way, way too into Kim. Pet names, sly compliments, even a mudbath... then an episode dedicated to them, which shows that when the "mortal enemies" factor is removed they become incredibly close very fast. It'd be uncomfortable if Kim didn't seem to be flattered by it. See Foe Yay Shipping above.
    • There's also some definite vibes between Kim and Yori in the climax of "Big Brother".
  • Launcher of a Thousand Ships: Both Kim and Shego.
  • Memetic Mutation:
    • What's the sitch? Explanation 
    • You think you're all that, Kim Possible! BUT YOU'RE NOT! Explanation 
    • Boo-Yah! Explanation 
    • Wade, you rock! Explanation 
    • Please and thank you.
    • "Hicka-bicka-boo?"
      "Hooo-Sha!" Explanation 
    • Out there...in here... Explanation 
    • Kim Possible... She can do anything.
    • Kim Possibru
  • Moral Event Horizon:
    • Warhok and Warmonga were about to take Kim back to Lorwardia and stuff her as Warmonga's trophy. And they say this in front of Ron. Not only their people have conquered and enslaved planets, but apparently they would gladly kill and mount a teenager who messes with them.
    • Monkey Fist crosses it in Season 4 when his obsession with Monkey Power reaches new heights and he makes a deal with the Yono.
    • Shego's future counterpart crosses the line when she turns the world into a dystopia and enslaves Dr. Drakken and the other villains. She also destroys Bueno Nacho.
  • Never Live It Down:
  • One True Threesome:
    • Kim/Ron/Shego would solve a lot of fighting between the K/R and Kigo shippers in the Kim Possible fandom.
    • Kim/Bonnie/Shego has supporters.
    • Kim/Ron/Bonnie isn't unknown amongst those who would have preferred Bonnie and Ron together (or alternatively Bonnie and Kim).
    • Ditto for Kim/Ron/Yori.
  • Periphery Demographic: For a show aimed at tweens, the show is remarkably popular among their parents and other adults, especially taking in the LGBT Fanbase aspect. It was also quite a target for Rule 34.
  • Pandering to the Base: It's clear that "Stop Team Go!" was made solely to appease Kigo fans. Unfortunately, it's obviously not a fan-favorite episode for K/R fans.
  • Ron the Death Eater:
    • Ron Stoppable The Death Eater. Seriously, you go on one Helm Of Opposite Alignment-induced rampage and suddenly everyone expects you to be the next Doctor Doom. Ironically enough, a lot (though not all) of "Ron turning evil" fics are less to get him out of the way for Kim and Shego to get together and more because.... the Opposite Alignment version of Ron was arguably the coolest, most badass villain on the show!
    • Kim's father Dr. Possible also get this from time to time for being a major instigator in Drakken's origin, and just acting overly smug in general, so he's often treated like a bad father too even though he's clearly not. What's Hilarious in Hindsight is that his voice actor would later go on to voice a real scumbag father.
  • The Scrappy:
    • Prince Wally from the episode "Royal Pain" is considered one of the most obnoxious and unlikable characters the series ever had, with many viewers rooting for the Knights of Rodeghan to ax him off. This might be the reason he was never utilized again following his episode.
    • Artie Smarty. Though the show makes clear he's the way he is because his single workaholic father ignores him.
  • Ship Mates:
    • Ron/Bonnie or Ron/Yori (for het) and Ron/Drakken or Ron/Felix (for slash) are the most used pairings by KiGo writers who want to "free" Kim from Ron.
    • Kim/Ron and Drakken / Shego are often shipped by the same fans.
  • Spiritual Successor:
  • Strawman Has a Point: Team Impossible are portrayed as greedy jerks by forcing Kim out of the hero business, but the thing is, if someone offered to do same work you did for free, thus putting you out of business, you too would be rather irate.
  • Testosterone Brigade: Have you seen some of the fan art on DeviantArt? For a Disney girls' show, Kim Possible has an awful lot of post-pubescent male fans.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: Ron's shift from Will Friedle's normal tone to a hyper-nasally way of speaking was a bit grating to some fans.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character: Many of the characters who only appeared in one episode have interesting backstories and abilities but sadly, didn't get much exploration:
    • Adrena Lynn would've been an excellent Foil for Kim, while Kim actually does her stunts and does it for altruism, Adrena does it for fame and is a lying fraud. Apparently Adrena Lynn was originally going to be a reoccurring character and act as a proper foil for Kim, but wasn't popular with audiences.
    • As mentioned in What Could Have Been in the trivia section, Will Du could've been a great rival for Kim in terms of heroism and spying, but only appeared in one episode.
    • Prince or rather President Wally, could've served as the team's financier since he did tell them that he would meet them again.
      • Same with the Knights of Rodeghan. Would they still try to assassinate Wally despite his intentions of turning their country into a democracy?
    • They could have done more with Kim's relationship with Josh and Ron's relationship with Tara and/or Zita (instead with Ron's former he wasn't even aware of Tara's crush, just like with Yori).
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot:
    • We saw a good Shego and an evil Ron but never an evil Kim. It could have been that it was too obvious, or that Ron is just better because he's funny as a villain, but an evil Kim is both a terrifying and interesting concept.
    • One complaint that fans have about the fourth season is that there wasn't as much romance between Kim and Ron as they were hoping for. This makes sense considering that Kim and Ron's new relationship was one of the main reasons fans petitioned for a fourth season in the first place.
    • Heck, watching the episode "Cap'n Drakken", you wouldn't even know the two were in a relationship, and could mistake it for a season 3 episode.
    • Wouldn't been great to see Junior's competence at villainy again?
    • In "Showdown at the Crooked D", Drakken and James Possible's shared past at college is brought up. However, Professor Ramesh also used to be a college friend of Drew Lipsky and shows up in the episode, yet he does not recognize Drakken's voice as he did in "Attack of the Killer Bebe", nor does Drakken refer to him in any specific way as to Ramesh's new Silly Hat-induced stupidity. Bob Chen does not appear at all.
  • Ugly Cute: The only cartoon to make a naked mole rat an awesome spy's pet. And considering what naked mole rats look like in real life, that's saying something.
  • Uncanny Valley: The PC game "Kim Possible: Legend of the Monkey's Eye". The characters look fine, except that their faces don't move at all, even when they're talking. Also Ron's monkey form from the game, which is just a ninja monkey's head stuck onto his human body.
  • Unfortunate Character Design: Everyone has joked about Kim's upper lip looking like a moustache.
  • Unintentionally Sympathetic: The record executive in “Oh Boyz.” He’s presented as being in the wrong for not rushing to save the missing boyband, but the band in question treated him like crap. In the end, the executive is punished for abandoning the group and the Oh Boyz are never called out for their actions.

     2019 Film 
  • Drinking Game: Take a shot every time Kim performs a salto, roll, or flip of some kind. Your funeral.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Hey, remember that episode called "And The Mole Rat will be CGI"? That episode was about some hack deciding to make a movie about Kim Possible, after seeing her in action. On top of that, they really did use CGI for the mole rat in the 2019 movie.
  • Ho Yay: Kim and Athena's relationship has a lot of subtext, not helped by the fact that it's very similar to Kim and Eric's from So The Drama.
  • It's the Same, Now It Sucks!: Many fans have taken issue with the plot twist of Athena being a robot since Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama had already done it with Eric (in a manner generally considered better). In addition, fans who saw that movie found it predictable. It hasn't helped that the film features another villain plot twist, something Disney has been criticized for overusing in the later half of the 2010s in their films.
  • LGBT Fanbase: Shego, who already has a prominent LGBT fanbase, is played by an openly lesbian actress.
  • Memetic Mutation:
  • Narm:
    • The mere fact that Kim feels the need to do saltos and rolls to do anything, even when she's simply walking somewhere. Is Sadie Stanley portraying Kim Possible or Sportacus?
    • The climax of the movie has Kim, Ron and Kim's grandma all dressed properly for the action that's about to happen. Meanwhile, Kim's mom looks more like she just decided to drop by from her morning jog.
  • Older Than They Think:
    • Many fans are upset that Disney brought their favorite cartoon back in the form of a live-action remake, but the idea to make a live-action Kim Possible movie dates back to when the original series first aired. As mentioned on the Trivia page, So The Drama was originally conceived as a live-action movie.
    • People have been disappointed that this version of Kim ditches the crop top. However, said crop top was a minor criticism against the original show, being deemed as "too sexualized" by many adults. There was an entire season 4 episode dedicated to Kim's classic outfit being destroyed by accident and her replacing her iconic crop top with a more modest purple T-Shirt.
    • Drakken's failed attempts at being "cool" and contemporary, such as using Villainstagram, have been mocked, but they're in-character to the cartoon. Drakken has always been portrayed as an out-of-date, older adult that contrasts with Shego's 20-something youthfulness and savvy attitude (most memorably when Drakken became "Dr. D" and rapped to sell his shampoo).
  • She Really Can Act: Love or hate the film, Sadie Stanley turns in one Tear Jerker of a performance at certain points, particularly when she's breaking down to her grandmother about not being as good as Athena.
  • So Okay, It's Average: General consensus is that the film was just okay. The actors do a fine job of imitating the characters (with Shego and Ron's actor getting the most praise), and it's clear the writing team (which included the show's creators) were trying to be as close to the cartoon as possible, right down to even recreating the opening sequence and some of its Running Gags. However, the movie has some pacing issues, Kim's character feel a bit OOC at points (Yeah Kim can be petty but could get over it fairly fast and put doing right above her own self interest. So her suddenly getting jealous of Athena supposedly upstaging her to the point she didn't help her during the school assembly didn't sit well with most) and many of the changes made for the adaptation didn't sit well with most of the fanbase. The movie also received criticism for Athena's inclusion, especially when we learn that her role in the plot is a repeat of Eric's from the previous film, right down to the twist that they're a Drakken-made robot meant to mess with Kim's head. And even those that did enjoy it seem to agree that the trailers didn’t do much to get viewers intrigued, let alone the original series’ fans, like not explaining what the film was about or hightlighting the more favorable aspects in the film and/or that resembled the cartoon. Overall, this DCOM is not a bad watch, but series fans have quickly deemed it a forgettable curiosity.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks!:
    • All over the place regarding the new character designs, from Kim's updated mission outfit to the fact that Drakken and Shego no longer have blue and pale green skin, respectively.
    • Story-wise, adding Athena, which changed Kim and Ron's Action Duo to a Power Trio, rubbed many fans the wrong way, with some even saying that it's a disservice to the characters and the cartoon.
    • Shego's powers not being innate upset many fans who are fond of her backstory and her metahuman characteristics.
    • Changing Kim's sport profession from Cheerleading to Soccer was recieved badly, since her being a cheerleader is one of her defining traits and also explains why she's so athletic. However, it's a mild case, since Kim was a soccer coach in the show, too.
    • Removing Rufus' history with Ron by making him a lab rat, rather than Ron's childhood pet has been criticised for making no sense. Especially since Rufus has no bearing on the plot, outside of quickly coming out and helping the heroes in the climax.
    • While fans were pleased at Christy Romano's cameo as Poppy Blue, many were still severely disappointed that Will Friedle didn't also make a cameo. Especially considering the fact he and Romano appeared dressed as their respective characters during the remake's auditions in April 2018.
    • For some fans, replacing Monique as Kim's best female friend with Athena.
    • Removing the Kimmunicator and replacing it with a simplistic necklace has been heavily critiqued. The Kimmunicator was a major element of the show, to the point where it's referenced in the main theme and an entire tie-in game revolved around it. In contrast, Kim's necklace is just a nameless necklace with holographic features.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character:
    • Athena, for those who didn't resent her inclusion from the start. The idea of there being a heroine, who's better than Kim and makes the latter feel worse about her own capabilities is a pretty decent idea. Even her turning out to be a spy was (while predictable), a nice direction for the plot to go to, since she, unlike Eric, actually manages to do a Heel–Face Turn, which would make for an interesting dynamic. However, as mentioned before, some dislike her becoming a permanent member of Team Possible, since she's disturbing Kim and Ron's dynamic. Her turning out to be a robot was also recieved badly, since it's pretty obvious that the writers needed some sort of way to have her survive the explosion, without being to unrealistic about it.
    • The climax has Kim, her mother, and Nana coming to stop Drakken and Shego... and leaves out her father and the Tweebs. One of the things about the series is that all the Possibles are capable in some fields and could've helped out in the climax to help emphasize the "family" unit to Athena. In fact one slight nitpick is her mother being the one to recommend rebuilding Athena when in the show she was a neurosurgeon (or brain surgeon as they called it) and her father was the one who dealt in robotics being a rocket scientist.
  • Uncanny Valley: Rufus. "The Mole Rat Will Be CGI" wasn't meant to be taken seriously!
  • We're Still Relevant, Dammit!: Dr. Drakken having a "Villainstagram" and doing ducklips. To be fair, this is nothing new for him, as mentioned in Older Than They Think above.
  • What an Idiot!:
    • Kim decides it's better to show off in front of her classmates when Athena is kidnapped and decides to attack Shego with a staff. Only to fall on the floor, being inexperienced with a weapon like that, and letting Shego escape with Athena. Granted, it was all staged by Athena and Shego, but Kim didn't know that. From her point-of-view, the life of her new friend was at stake.
    • The school doesn't do anything when one of their students just got kidnapped. While there is little they could do against Shego, they could at least try to call the authorities or something.
    • Athena decides to throw herself into the unstable machine, instead of... just throwing her spear? Not to mention that the reveal of Athena's robotic origins could've been scrapped when she didn't die from the explosion.
  • WTH, Casting Agency?:
    • While it was probably unavoidable given the change to a live action format, a lot of people are also criticizing the casting choices, claiming that none of the actors resemble their cartoon selves or capture their personalities, even taking the costume changes below into account. Oddly enough, some have argued that Sadie Stanley looks too young to be playing Kim, even though she was stated to be 16 at the time of the film's announcement, the same age as her cartoon counterpart. Once the film came out, most viewers at least seemed to agree on praising Taylor Ortega (Shego)’s portrayal for being the most similar to her original cartoon self and that Sean Giambrone, while still debatable regarding Ron’s role in the story, could still capture Ron’s essence while also sounding like Will Friedle.
    • Gary Cole and Patrick Warburton not reprising their roles as Mr. Possible and Mr. Barkin respectively, despite being screen actors, just as Patton Oswalt got to return as Professor Dementor.
  • WTH, Costuming Department?:
    • All of the costumes have gotten flak for their inaccuracies, but people tend to point fingers at Ron, for having a haircut similar to Justin Timberlake back in his *NSYNC days. Not only is that haircut inaccurate to the show, but it also looks very ridiculous on him.
    • Shego looks less like her cartoon counterpart and more like the daughter of Rita Repulsa.
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