An astronomer and one of James Possible's and Doctor "Drew Liy" Drakken's old college friends. He is Ramesh's partner, and was the first target for the Bebe robots. He was saved by Kim and her dad. During a cell phone conversation with James Possible just prior to the Lorwardian invasion, his end abruptly goes dead and his fate is never addressed. For the sake of Rufus as a character, the show ignores the reality of literal naked mole-rats, which are nearly completely blind, rely upon large colony environments and specific temperatures, and cannot survive individually as pets. This has disappointed many fans who have sought a pet naked mole-rat and have found that not only are they unable to be pets, in real life they look and act very little like Rufus. The Song Naked Mole Rap From The TV Series 'Kim Possible'nnnLyrics: nn(Hit it!) nnYo', listen up, have a howler from Ron. n'Naked Mole Rap' is the name of the song. (Word!) nHere's a story in all it's glory. nAin't hidin' nothin', youl know what the truth is how Ron met Rufus. nNever heard a cat bark, nNever heard a puppy purr, nMy dad's allergic to every kind of fur. nSo I surfed for hairless. Timothy North was a former television actor who had played the role of the titular character on the TV superhero show The Fearless Ferret, an allusion to the 1960s TV series Batman starring Adam West. However, his show was canceled after two seasons, so he uses his money to duplicate the set. Over the years, North begins to believe he is the Fearless Ferret, disappearing into his delusions. At a Retro-TV convention, he eventually comes face-to-face with fellow retired and delusional TV actor, Rudolph Farnsworth, who appeared on his show as the villain known as "White Stripe", which brought them back to reality reunited as friends.
Writing this letter to you is the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life. I wish I had the courage to have told this to you sooner and in person. Bueno Nacho offered me a Senior Chef position at the Bueno Nacho new products division at the Go City headquarters and I've accepted. But first, I will be leaving right after graduation to travel Europe for two months. I will then have two month to find a place to live and move to Go City before my new job starts. I promise we will talk after I get back from my trip. No matter what happens, you will always be my bestest friend, nobody could ever replace you in that role. You will always have a special place in my heart and will always remain in my thoughts. Take care of yourself KP and remember, "You can do anything."Bonnie was very much aware of Ron's attraction to her, and exploited it when the situation suited her, both as a way of using Ron and angering Kim in the process. Bonnie briefly became Ron's girlfriend when she found out he was rich, though this was only as long as he bought her expensive things. Bonnie also rigged the homecoming vote so she replaced Kim as queen. As Ron had seemingly been genuinely voted king, this effectively made them the "royal couple", which Bonnie took great pleasure in rubbing in Kim's face. In truth, Bonnie had only been depressed and lonely over her recent break-up with Brick Flagg, and gladly returned to insulting Ron once she found new love with Señor Senior, Junior. As a type B, Ron is primarily cheerful and upbeat, is highly resistant to most forms of peer pressure, and is largely unconcerned with appearance and fads, which he considers to be shallow and transitory. Because of this, Ron frequently serves as a counterbalance to Kim's type A personality, often encouraging her to take a step back in episodes where her competitive nature goes into overdrive, and helping her to get things in perspective when she frets over "teen issues" such as the "food chain" and how others think of her. Kim herself often performs a similar function for Ron by motivating him, encouraging him to participate in some areas, and attempting to dampen down his enthusiasm in others.
. In their first encounter, he merely trapped her long enough to proceed with his plan. In their second, he actively tried to turn Kim to evil, but ultimately failed. Ron was first introduced to the freelance hero business when reclusive Upperton millionaire Mr. Paisley became trapped in his own vault. His associate, Mr. McHenry, attempted to contact Team Impossible, a group of heroes for hire, but accidentally added a 'K' thus contacting Kim Possible instead. Based on the period in which Kim wore braces, this event was approximately 2 years prior to the start of Season 1. In A Sitch in Time, during this period, Ron, Kim, Bonnie, Hope, and Tara appear about 12 or 13 years old in appearance. Kim also was shown to have braces in her flashback in Hidden Talent, when she could not hit the high notes. In an episode, Ron also referred to this time period as being a preteen, around the time of their first mission or getting Rufus, who he bought the day before their first mission, as stated in a Sitch In Time, Past.
. It is in response to the song by Dr. Drakken, intended to buy Kim some more time to defeat him. (Rappin' Drakken) It was initially going to be used as just a creative autobiographical essay given by Mr. Barkin, but Ron kept procrastinating on the paper.With less than one week, out of six weeks, he. Ron approached the last door in the building that had people behind it, closing his eyes Ron could see through the doors and the layout of the room was clear to him. It was a large room, the heart of GJ's operations aptly named the Ops center. It was a dual tiered room; the agents had moved the desks and equipment to block the doors most of the agents were on the first floor, twenty in all patrolling in groups of four five people were on the top level, the bodies were mostly blue, one body in the room was blood red, Dr. Director. Ron smiled as he stepped back from the doors and tapped his ear.
"Ron I couldn't agree more," Wade picked out a song and set it for standby as Ron patched the controls for the C4 to Wade. Seeing that he had control Wade smiled as he watched Ron get into a kneeling position an orb of blue light surrounding him. Wade hit the play button streaming his song choice in through the entire building.Malcolm Needious, also known as "The Wraith Master", is a single appearance villain in the episode "Vir-Tu-Ron". He is a hard-core 'power player' in the popular online game Everlot (a parody of EverQuest). He takes his obsession a bit too far and seeks to dominate the game world, ruling it as his online avatar – the Wraith Master. He also tries, unsuccessfully, to win the affections of Zita Flores. He is defeated in the game when everyone gives their power to Zita. Afterwards, Ron comforts him and convinces him to join a club instead. Voiced by Martin Spanjers.
Ron's culinary talents even earned him the role of the home economics teacher during his sophomore year of high school. Which he used to transform the home economics's room into a "world class restaurant", according to Steven Barkin. His food was so good, Mr. Barkin put Ron in charge of food services for Middleton High School. Unfortunately his tenure was cut short when the health inspector saw Rufus, a live rodent, serving food. Though never directly stereotyped as being a dork/geek, he has been referred to as one on several occasions, and has many typical dork/geek traits. As evidenced by his love of "cult" computer games, his occasional fascination with the science fiction and fantasy genres, and by his ability to get along with Kim's geekish cousin, Larry. Kim, Jim, and Tim's cousin. He is also friends with Ron. An avid computer geek, he loves video games and attends the Robot Rumble. He also has a slight crush on Bonnie, who he compares to the Queen in one of his games. His last name is never given in the show so there is no way to know if he is from Kim's father's side, or her mother's. However the fact that in "Attack of the Killer Bebes" there is only one "Possible" in the Middleton phone book, suggests that either his surname is not Possible, or that his family does not live in Middleton. The second time that Ron tried out for the Middleton High Football Team, it was discovered that his so-called "mad running away skills" made him a natural running back. In fact, he earned the school's all-time rushing record and ran the entire opposing team into exhaustion after just one play, which earned him the nickname "Unstoppable Stoppable". Ron appeared to have a often overlooked affinity for extreme sports and related activities that even he was largely unaware of. He executed a near-perfect solo infiltration of Drakken's lair in order to retrieve Ray-X, and demonstrated a fairly high amount of skill in doing so.. Also, he accidentally created the extreme sport of umbrella surfing, although he could not repeat his first spectacular performance on demand.
In the end credits scene of the Season 4 episode "Grande Size Me", Ron is in Middleton High's hallway as he speaks to the audience, whom he refers to as "kids", "to get serious about an important subject: short-term genetic mutation." Other characters, including Kim, Monique, and Mr. Barkin, appear in the hallway as he talks, wondering aloud who he is talking to. After Ron finishes with a summary of "Keep your DNA intact and stay un-mutated. You'll be glad you did!", Barkin closes the episode saying "Stoppable! Office, now!" It is uncertain whether Rufus's concurring remarks during this speech confirm his awareness of the fourth wall or if they were only to try and encourage Ron in whatever he was doing, as is often seen throughout the show. "That Omo, is entirely up to you." Ron looked down at a content girl who had her eyes glued to the screen. He could tell that she was watching him though. How he would respond.An astronomer, and one of James Possible's old college friends. He is kidnapped by Drakken's creations in "Attack of the Killer Bebes" as revenge for making fun of him in college. He also falls victim to one of Drakken's "silly hats" in "Showdown at the Crooked D". In the series finale, Dr. Possible, his brother Slim, and Professor Ramesh find evidence of vandalism while playing golf at the local country club.
Season Two: Naked Genius • Grudge Match • Two to Tutor • The Ron Factor • Car Trouble • Rufus in Show • Adventures in Rufus-Sitting • Job Unfair • The Golden Years • Virtu-Ron • The Fearless Ferret • Exchange • Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles • Day of the Snowmen • A Sitch in Time • A Very Possible Christmas • Queen Bebe • Hidden Talent • Return to Camp Wannaweep • Go Team Go • The Full Monkey • Blush • Partners • Oh Boyz • Sick Day • The Truth Hurts • Mother's Day • Motor Ed • Ron Millionaire • Triple S • Rewriting History Season Three: Steal Wheels • Emotion Sickness • Bonding • Bad Boy • Showdown at the Crooked D • Dimension Twist • So the Drama • Overdue • Roachie • Rappin' Drakken • Team Impossible • Gorilla Fist • And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI Season Four: Ill Suited • The Big Job • Trading Faces • The Cupid Effect • Car Alarm • Mad Dogs and Aliens • Grande Size Me • Clothes Minded • Big Bother • Fashion Victim • Odds Man In • Stop Team Go • Cap'n Drakken • Mathter and Fervent • The Mentor of Our Discontent • Oh No! Yono! • Clean Slate • Homecoming Upset • Chasing Rufus • Nursery Crimes • Larry's Birthday • Graduation This villainess appears in the episode "Stop Team Go." Her evil genius lies in electrical weapons: as a chipper Shego explains, "If it has wires, she can turn it into a weapon. If it's already a weapon, she can make it a better weapon." Her metallic, wire-like hair crackles with static electricity, her outfit is festooned with wires and conduits to channel her electrical powers, and she can shoot lightning from her gloved hands. She speaks with a vaguely East-European accent. Zita is not mentioned or seen again until two seasons later (an internal-chronological gap of nearly two years) in the series finale, "Graduation", where she is seen apparently dating Felix Renton. However, the Aspen Wand of New Forest, an artifact Ron gave her player character inside Everlot is seen wielded by a warrior woman (bearing no other resemblance to Zita's avatar) in a computer fighting game played by Ron in "Roachie".
As the founder, chairman and executive promoter of GWA (the Global Wrestling Association), Jackie Oakes made a fortune bringing his brand of sports entertainment into living rooms all over the world. However, promoting the show is not good enough for Jackie. He wants to be part of the show as an actual wrestler. Unfortunately, because of his small size, none of the other athletes in the locker room (especially his two-star performers, Steel Toe and Pain King) take his request seriously. This causes a great deal of resentment in Jackie until one day, he comes across the legend of an unnamed Egyptian amulet. According to myth, the amulet was a gift to Cleopatra herself from a High Priest of Anubis, the Egyptian God of the Dead. Allegedly, whoever wore the amulet was granted superhuman strength and power. He is defeated when Rufus manages to remove the amulet, allowing Pain King and Steel Toe to throw him from the ring. Voiced by Bill Barretta. Though not necessarily a personality trait, Ron's ability to get himself into situations where he was physically transformed seemed endless. It was even mocked in the episode "Grande Size Me", where Ron states to the audience the unpleasantness of being physically transformed. He has put great effort into areas that he found important or interesting at the time, such as working at Bueno Nacho, playing Zombie Mayhem, taking care of Rufus, cooking, and assisting Kim on missions. Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable from Kim Possible. Phil from Phil of the Future. Alex Russo from Wizards of Waverly Place. Jake Long from America Dragon: Jake Long. Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb. MCU Avengers: Captain America. Iron Man. Black Widow. Hawkeye. Thor. Hulk. They are at Original Avengers levels. Fight takes place on the. Ron was an articulate, observant child able to comprehend concepts too complex for the average children of his age.
Initially Joss is so overboard with hero-worshiping her cousin Kim, dressing like her, knowledgeable about every facet of her life and missions, and even having home-made versions of her gadgets, that Kim feels uncomfortable around her. However, by the end of Kim's visit to the Lazy C Ranch, Joss has shifted her entire focus onto Ron, having recognized the true worth of being brave is how he will forge ahead into dangerous situations despite all his fears and neuroses. A trio of hive-minded, female killer robots. They were built by Drakken, but have since gone rogue. They make Kim's cheer-squad rival Bonnie Rockwaller their "Queen Bebe" even though Bonnie does not know it at the time. With the help of Rufus, who is wearing miniature "super speed shoes," they sabotage their production line so that their heads will be mounted upside down. In their horror at no longer being perfect, the Bebe's self-destruct. Kim is able to defeat them and save Bonnie in the end. According to Kim, Wade completed his high school and college education in eight months. He spends his time in his bedroom in his parents' home in front of the computer with the lights off. He is a master of the role-playing game Everlot. In one episode he develops a crush on Monique, after seeing her in person for the first time, leading him to create a love ray and trying to force her to be his girlfriend. In the end, he learns his lesson and quickly recovers from his minor heartbreak as he develops a crush on a genius girl named Olivia sitting in Bueno Nacho. That eventually does not work out either as she created a love ray herself, much to Wade's chagrin. Wade also invented Kim's technologically advanced battle suit.
Disney Channel Hits: Take 1 is the first complete collection of hit songs and music videos from the Disney Channel.CD includes songs from Disney's hit TV shows Lizzie McGuire, That's So Raven, Even Stevens, Kim Possible and The Proud Family, plus six never-before released tracks A male chauvinist with a biker gang motif and an eye for beautiful chicks—including Shego, who wants nothing to do with him—he spends his time playing air guitar and stealing anything which is car related, especially that which will fill his need for speed. Although he is technically a villain who has been imprisoned several times due to his destructive actions and disregard for the law, he seems to have little interest in anything grander than road trips and "tricking out" his various rides. His name is an allusion to the band Motörhead with their heavy metal, rocker biker gang motif. He is an automotive mechanic, and auto racing enthusiast. He can be seen very briefly at the end of the episode "Graduation Part 2."
Ron has displayed several bouts of jealousy, especially when he felt that someone was stealing Kim's attention from him, such as when Kim first met Monique and then later Eric. This jealousy was not simply reserved for Kim's attention, as he displayed jealousy of his adopted little sister when she first joined his family. In that particular case, however, Ron received no prior warning of his parents' intention to adopt, and simply arrived home to find Hana's nursery in his room, and himself shifted up to the attic, so his jealousy was both expected and arguably acceptable under the circumstances, at least to begin with. "Poor Little side kick, you think that Du was really my number one Agent? He didn't even realize that we are a U.N. funded Mercenary unit. And Ronald, you need to remember something," All of the men brought their rifles up to aim, Ron drowned out the rest of Dr. Directors words as he focused on the barrels, he had one shot at this, if this worked from now on he was staying safely in the shadows, as a ninja should be. There it was diving under some rubble everyone moved to watch him, behind the rubble Ron opened his mouth and closed his eyes… … BAMPH. Popping up Ron threw his four knives hitting each man in the neck as they were dazed from the unexpected flash bang. As Ron looked up he couldn't see Doctor Director. "Nice moves Ronald, I always thought you had more potential then Kimbe…" Ron turned to see Director behind him gun raised only to see her fall a Kunai in her back. Ron's body couldn't take it anymore. He fell to his knee and then forward he blacked out but he didn't feel hard floor meeting his face but soft and firm silk and the smell of Sakura trees. He could have sworn he heard a voice he loved.
Ron fell back into the couch not even noticing Yori until he found himself stroking her soft silken hair as her head lay on his lap.. Redbubble is trusted by millions of customers and 200,000+ independent creators
Although Ron was almost constantly unpopular at school and generally was not bothered by this, occasionally he would go to extreme lengths to obtain or maintain sudden boosts in popularity. Notable examples included twisting Kim's words in an interview to make it seem like she had a crush on quarterback Brick Flagg, obsessing over his perceived lack of manliness and physical stature, and trying out for nearly every sport that his school offered in an attempt to become popular with girls. These instances became less common over time. . Ron's Jewish heritage was not prominently featured in any storyline during Season 4. Ronald Ron Stoppable is a fictional character from the disney animated series Kim Possible.His first and last name is a take on Unstoppable, and is voiced by actor Will Friedle. He debuted in the series opening episode in June 2002, starred in all 65 episodes of Season 1-3, and made his Season 4 debut in an episode initially broadcast exclusively over the Disney Channel website in February.
Like Yori, Sensei has a strong and unwavering confidence in Ron and his mystical abilities and sees him as a true warrior, although this is a mindset Ron does not always share. While Ron's intelligence is often masked behind his clowning around and slacker mentality, he has occasionally displayed spikes of insight and genius, such as while Evil. At first Kim attributed his aptitude at building evil weapons as an aftereffect of absorbing Drakken's evil. However Shego, who had known Drakken longer than almost anyone else, admitted to his never being able to create such powerful and sophisticated weaponry when Evil Ron used Drakken's gadgets and arsenal with ease better than Drakken ever could. Despite his fears, Ron usually manages to come through in the end, and by the end of the series Ron has dealt with all of them at least once, and overcome them, again, most notably his fear of monkeys. Kim's cousin Joss remarks that Ron's actions in loyally following Kim into danger despite being afraid of practically everything is a mark of true bravery. Bonnie has two older sisters who frequently pick on her, saying that Lonnie got the beauty and Connie got the brains, and Bonnie got the rest. Connie and Lonnie's only appearance in the entire series is in the third-season episode, "Bonding", when it is strongly implied that Bonnie's sour disposition stems from her sisters always being so mean to her. The mother of the Rockwaller sisters makes her only appearance in the first-season episode, "Downhill", and is shown to be a source of consternation and embarrassment for her youngest daughter. Bonnie is humiliated when her mother calls her "Pumpkin" and "Bon-Bon", but Ron is highly amused by this, and teasingly calls Bonnie "Bon-Bon" whenever he gets the chance.
Kim Possible takes place primarily within the town of Middleton, USA and focuses on the life and adventures of Kim Possible, an accomplished high school student who fights crime on a regular basis, assisted by her best friend and sidekick Ron Stoppable and Rufus, his pet naked mole rat. Ron's personal fears, insecurities, and clumsiness tend to jeopardize the success of their own missions Betty Director, more commonly known as Dr. Director, is the head of the worldwide espionage organization known as the Global Justice Network (GJ). ("Network" is mentioned only the initial time in "Number One"). She is in charge of addressing any threats to the world that fall outside the scope of normal law enforcement groups. However, even an organization with some of the world's finest scientists, weapons, and agents requires some help from time to time. And Dr. Director is not too proud to call in reinforcements if it means the job gets done, which is where Kim Possible comes in. However, being a top secret organization, even asking for help has to be handled in a discreet way, whether it is sucking Kim into a trap door through a series of transport tubes. or arranging a phony crime to lure her to a meeting site. She first introduces Kim to the Global Justice Network in a case which leads to Kim's first encounter with Duff Killigan. She later calls in Kim and Ron to assess a phenomenon GJ scientists dub "the Ron Factor" (the gist being that Ron's chaotic nature is the real reason for Kim's success saving the world and Dr. Director wants to see if GJ could harness that chaos, eventually deemed as a "non-factor"). She has subsequently stays behind the scenes for the most part, although Kim has other dealings with Global Justice, usually in the form of rides to her destinations and backup on missions.
Kim gained the device from out of Evil Ron's grasp, and all were eventually restored to their original personalities. In "Graduation", the two-part series finale, Ron truly stepped up and became the hero by single-handedly saving Kim, as well as the entire world. After Kim and Shego were knocked out by the menacing alien Warhok, Ron was the only one left to fight and was unsure of what to do. Sensei appeared to encourage Ron to summon his Mystical Monkey Powers, telling him that he is the Monkey Master and that this was his destiny. With Kim's very life on the line, Ron was finally given the motivation he needed to step up, and in an incredible show of bravery and sheer power, he single-handedly takes on both Warhok and his battle mate Warmonga and apparently destroys them. Ron's own personal style of clothing briefly became a fashion trend just after Kim's own look had become popular then rapidly faded. Like the KimStyle, the RonStyle was donned by men, women, and even pets, Rufus included. However, while KimStyle was her mission wear, RonStyle was his everyday apparel.
Mrs. Stoppable was typically portrayed as being the stricter parent, and as a result, she and Ron did not seem especially close at times. Most notably, she had very little patience for some of Ron's more pronounced personality quirks: Ron had to suffer through the horrors of Camp Wannaweep as a child was because his mother stopped accepting his frequent requests by phone to come home. She also swore off helping him with school projects due to an unexplained "paper machete" incident, although Ron's habitual laziness where major projects were concerned was more than likely a factor. She did, however, attempt to comfort Ron when he doubted whether or not he was truly a man. Yori is a student from Yamanouchi and a highly skilled ninja. She first appear in "Exchange" when she is sent to receive Ron and guide him to the Yamanouchi School, and serves as a support for him during that episode, developing a strong bond with him. She later reappears in a few future episodes. Yori is usually calm, even in dangerous situations, and kind to the point of showing more concern for others than for herself. Aug 18, 2014 - They're an unstoppable team. It's so the drama. See more ideas about Kim possible, Kim possible and ron and Old disney William Alan Friedle (/ ˈ f r ɪ d ɛ l /; born August 11, 1976) is an American actor, voice actor, writer and comedian. He is best known for his comedic roles, most notably the underachieving elder brother Eric Matthews on the long-running TV sitcom Boy Meets World from 1993 to 2000. More recently, he has voiced a number of animated characters such as Terry McGinnis/Batman, the title. Captain Louis – Captain Louis gives Ron a ride to Dr. Drakken's base in the episode A Very Possible Christmas. This episode reveals that Kim saved his boat from sinking, but that Ron exacerbated the trouble by busting the radio and using the navigational chart as a napkin. Fortunately, Louis is unable to remember that Ron was the one who made the mess of things. Voiced by: John DiMaggio, who also voiced Drakken and Motor Ed.
Ron was attracted to Yori from the moment he first met her. He spent much of their time together trying to impress her, and while the results were mixed at best, Yori was clearly attracted to him as well. Ron was not aware that Yori's feelings for him had progressed beyond friendship until Kim told him. The next time they saw each other, Ron and Kim had recently begun dating, which Yori surprisingly accepted with good grace. As a result, she remained on good terms with both Ron and Kim, considering them trusted friends and dependable allies. Kim, Jim, and Tim's father is an astrophysicist and a rocket scientist. His full name is revealed by Big Daddy Brotherson in the episode "So the Drama". It is revealed in season four he was a graduate of MIST, or the Middleton Institute of Science and Technology, and that he enjoyed writing fan-fiction for the in-series Captain Constellation TV franchise. In the Lilo & Stitch crossover episode Rufus, Kim mentions James "knows the senator of Hawaii". He does not like it when Kim is with boys, often saying: "As long as she is not with boys, I am OK." However, he is fine with next door neighbor Ron who has known Kim, and been close friends with her, for an extremely long time. Bonnie typically showed open disdain towards Ron, both because he was at the bottom of the school popularity food chain, and because he was Kim's best friend. Despite this, he did not seem to hold a grudge against her for the most part, and typically treated her either as a friend or a potential girlfriend, much to Bonnie's annoyance. He did, however, respect Kim's rivalry with her, and occasionally helped Kim compete with Bonnie on various stages.
Contents[show] Canon Information Ronald Ron Stoppable is a character from the animated television series Kim Possible. His first and last name is a take on Unstoppable. Ron is a high school student with an eccentric personality who serves as a bumbling sidekick to the show's titular protagonist Kim Possible. He was Kim's best friend from Seasons 1-3 and eventually progressed to. A rapper loosely based on Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, and other female rappers. She gives Kim a ride in her yacht as thanks for retrieving her demo tape when it was stolen in "Hidden Talent"'. She makes reappearances in "Rappin' Drakken" and "Trading Faces" when she is also framed by new villainess Camille Leon. Stoppable House Background information Feature films Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama Television programs Kim Possible Other information Inhabitants Ron Stoppable, Hana Stoppable, Mrs. Stoppable, Mr. Stoppable, Rufus Source The Stoppable House is featured in the animated television show, Kim Possible. History This house, located in the town of Middleton, is home to Mr. Stoppable, Mrs. Ron's intelligence has varied greatly throughout the years, most often appearing to be that of the underachieving student he typically behaved as, but sometimes far surpassing both the expectations of others and himself. Evil Ron possessed Ron's unhealthy addiction to Nacos, but notably did not allow his hunger to distract him while dealing with more important matters, as Ron often did. He was highly eccentric, borderline insane and had a talent for overacting. He was very arrogant and loved singing his own praises. He took pleasure in patronizing other villains, but was not easily aggravated by backtalk. He did not care for Kim as Ron did, and saw Rufus as little more than a villainous accessory.
An heiress and socialite who becomes a villain after being cut off from her family fortune. After having experimental surgery, she has the ability to shape shift ("Trading Faces"). Her name is a play on the word chameleon. Unlike other villains who aim for world domination, Camille only commits her crime to fund her lavish lifestyle, or out of spite and revenge. She has a hairless pet cat named Debutante who has an obsessive crush on Rufus. She is a parody of Paris Hilton, with her appearance (such as her distinctive, long blond hair) and lifestyle (paparazzi, tiny pet, wealth, both been to prison). There are also elements of Sharpay Evans from the High School Musical movies (also played by Tisdale). Camille is friends with fellow celebs, Britina, MC Honey, Starlette, and the Holsen twins (parody of Olsen twins). "Aw man," Ron moaned, "I always liked that about them, it was a nice touch of the Hero/Villain relationship that they just let Kim and me walk in to foil their plan."Vinnie Wheeler is hired by Señor Senior, Senior as a financial consultant to instill in his son a measure of financial responsibility. But Vinnie is actually a con man. He convinces Señor Senior Junior to grant him power of attorney, then steals their entire fortune, leaving The Seniors destitute for a short period of time. He associated with cheerleaders such as Kim and Bonnie, who were the most popular girls in school, and at the same time maintained friendships with the most socially outcast nerds, Larry and Ned. Ron accepted, and was accepted by, people as diverse as Monique, a social gossip and fashion guru; Wade, a super-genius shut-in; Zita, a gamer girl; and Felix, a wheelchair-bound boy. He interacted with all the above groups on a regular basis, and never appeared to judge them or their activities as more or less worthy. In his senior year, he added the high school football team to this list, having become its star running back.
Category:Galleries | Kim Possible Wiki | Fandom In an ironic twist of fate, Ron at the start and end of Season 4 has set up or "moved up the food chain" becoming the new star on the football team, realizing that he's the true mystic monkey master of kung-fu and was honestly elected homecoming king (suggesting that his peers have more developed respect and admiration for him than he believed). A hulking ninja who combines the size and weight of a sumo wrestler with the speed and agility of a ninja. He usually speaks in a deep, threatening voice. While working for Dr. Drakken, attempting to kidnap Mr. Nakasumi, he is knocked down by Kim Possible and receives an atomic wedgie from Ron Stoppable. Days or weeks later, he is still speaking in a high, squeaky voice as a result, though he has lost none of his speed or agility. Weakened by exposure to Kim's patent knockout gas, he is knocked unconscious by an inadvertent punch from Ron. Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable, themselves, make THE FAMOUS NACO! Christy Carlson Romano and Will Friedle have an absolute blast recreating one of Kim Possible's favorite foods Ron rarely received any recognition for his helping Kim, until Global Justice scientists hypothesized the true secret to Kim's success was an intangible talent/element which Ron was thought to possess which they dubbed as "The Ron Factor". It supposedly allowed him to achieve results through a series of apparently random mishaps that would otherwise require great skill to accomplish. According to Wade, The Ron Factor could have been a product of non-linear mathematical concepts, also known as Chaos Theory. Initially, Global Justice believed The Ron Factor was the secret to Team Possible's success and they researched it heavily for a short period of time, hoping to harness it themselves. They were unable to isolate it, so Global Justice eventually concluded that it did not exist, or at least that it was a "non-factor", though at the time they began researching the possible existence of "The Rufus Factor" instead.
A co-worker of Dr. Possible who works in the robotics department. It is unclear how he obtained this position, as he is actually a rather incompetent roboticist, although it is implied that he got it by stealing his partner's research. All the robots he makes on his own attack him or try to hurt him. Voiced by Tom Kenny. Initially, Ron was unaware of what had happened. But as the next day progressed, Ron's personality became steadily more "evil," from starting a food fight in the school cafeteria to converting his old tricycle into a super weapon to attack his bratty cousin Shawn at a family wedding. During this latter act, he re-dons the Zorpox costume, adapts his trademark exclamation, "boo-yah," into an evil laugh, and regards Kim as his enemy, rather than his friend. Another sign of his evil personality is that his skin turns blue like Drakken's. The kid playing Ron was good. I can see him playing the role, gives me hope for the movie. The other kid was good too, but Wade has no part in Ron's song about how he got Rufus. They cut so much from the original song, so A for effort, C for execution Kim, Jim, Tim, and Joss's overprotective paternal grandmother. She is first mentioned in the episode "Downhill" and made her first appearance in "The Golden Years" where she initially seemed to be the typical fussy, old-fashioned and "fuddy-duddy" grandmother. But, it turns out she is as skilled a fighter as Kim, even more so, having trained in "Pang Lang Quan Kung Fu" in a Shaolin Monastery, been a top aviatrix, and was the first woman to finish the Navy's Basic Underwater Demolition Course (BUDS, also known as SEAL Training). Kim never knew about this until they were pitted against each other by Drakken. "Greetings…" Yori nodded her head, one of the graduites was able to keep an eye on him. He'd be back soon. "Thank you." As Yori stood she checked herself in the mirror, a pair of jeans and a baggy cashmere sweater. She went over to the door when she felt Ron enter the elevator up to the penthouse apartment. She breathed deeply and when she heard the elevator door slide open. She opened the door.
Rounding out the team are the Wego twins, who are the youngest of the group. Rather happy-go-lucky, they seemingly take every twist and turn in stride. They have the twinspeak tendency to finish each other's sentences. Wielding the red power, they have all the color coordination that goes with it; although their 'red-shifted' skin-tones are fairly close to that of normal redheaded human ruddiness as compared to Mego and Shego's more extreme and distinctive colorations. Their glow gives them the ability to duplicate themselves. It is unclear if the Wego twins were born twins, or if they were originally only one person and became two people in the impact event which gave them their superpowers. Shego has displayed less annoyance with the twins than the rest of her family, working alongside Hego and Mego to save them. Ron Stoppable T-Shirts on Redbubble are expertly printed on ethically sourced, sweatshop-free apparel and available in a huge range of styles, colors and sizes. Slim fit, order a size up if you'd like it less fitting Thank you for everything you have done for me. You always believed in me and I will never forget it. I've always considered you family and you were like a 2nd Mother and Father to me. After graduation, I will start a new chapter in my life away from Middleton. I will be back in a few months before I will be moving to Go City to start my new job as Senior Chef in Bueno Nacho's new products division. I promise to come by and visit before I leave for Go City. I wish you both the best in life.
Practically the leader of the group, with the blue glow power, and super strength, Hego, the oldest of the siblings, has an alter ego as a Bueno Nacho manager with black hair and Clark Kent-style glasses. His hair is dark blue. His personality is somewhat of a parody of Superman's, being the most overtly "super-heroic" but also childishly bossy and take-charge. He has a tendency to make horrible jokes and puns—such as calling Team Go's teamwork "Go-operation" and saying "Looks like this bird is ready for his cage" every time he captures Aviarius—and appears quite unable to tell when they fall flat. He sincerely believes that despite her actions, Shego is still a good person, only to be proven wrong when she betrays and blasts him. It is such behavior that seems to make Hego the brother Shego is most annoyed by. In fact, after only five minutes in Hego's presence, Ron says: "I'm starting to see why Shego split." Senior Sr.'s son and (sometimes reluctant) accomplice, Junior is a very attractive and stylish, but spoiled man-child, more interested in parties and looking fabulous than in his father's criminal plans. He has demonstrated a soft side on various occasions. He once has a brief crush on Kim Possible because of the zodiac-like principles of Animology. He almost never enters battle, but on the rare occasions he does, he typically fights Ron, likely because he is a weaker fighter than Kim. He expresses a desire to be a boy-band singer and has been tutored in villainy by Shego. He proves a fairly capable fighter when tutored by Shego in the episode "Two to Tutor." He defeats her in a sparring match (although she did not use her powers), and later defeats Ron in a fight that followed. There are also times when he is seen as cunning and clever, such as when he pretends to turn his father into the police. Because of his general buffoonery, and the fact that he mainly fights Ron, he is considered Ron's nemesis more than he is considered Kim's. However, like his father, he remembers Ron's name fairly consistently, prompting Ron to like him more than most of the other villains (or just hate him less). He begins dating Kim's classmate, Bonnie Rockwaller, early in the final season and is still dating her by the end of the series. Listen to your favorite songs from Disney Classics by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now
Last time on Rise of the Monkey King: Yori took a breath the Chosen one, her Omo had a large heart he could love both of them and a dozen more, it was a chance, but one that she would have to take. I need you to help me save Ron Stoppable Rise of the Monkey King: A New Day dawns ***Outside Big Mike's** Lyrics to 'The Naked Mole Rap' by Nancy Cartwright, Will Friedle, Ron Stoppable & Rufus. Yo', listen up, have a howler from Ron. / 'Naked Mole Rap' is the name of the song. (Word!) / Here's a story in all it's glory Ron had a tendency to move between different cliques and social groups without showing any undue prejudice of their various cultures. Ron Stoppable wall art products, available on a range of materials, with framed and unframed options. Wall art in a wide variety of ready-to-hang prints for your home, office, or dorm. Gallery quality framed photographic prints, metal prints, canvas prints, art prints, and art boards to update your space with awesome art
Ron had his secret stash of Hardcore Rap blaring through the speakers drowning out the world around him. No one seemed to remember that he became a football player in high school. In his day MHS' locker room blasted hard rap before games like almost every other school's team in the country Perhaps the most pronounced of the changes/contrasts displayed by Ron was in "Bad Boy" when the stereotypical "mad scientist" elements of Drakken's personality were accidentally transferred into him, causing him to temporarily became a costumed "Mad scientist/Evil genius" type supervillain named Zorpox the Conqueror. As Zorpox, Ron created a series of increasingly sophisticated weapons, ranging from a mechanical device to fling mashed potatoes to an all terrain plasma catapult and a weather generator capable of instantly controlling the weather at a global scale.
Britina is a teen pop-music singing sensation, and as such, she has a line of merchandise like her own magazine and dolls. Like most pop singers, she is fodder for the tabloids and has even dated Oh Boyz! singer Nicky Nick, but they have since broken up. As her portmanteau name indicates, Britina is an allusion to real-life pop singers Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, with her relationship with Nicky Nick being reminiscent of that of Spears and Justin Timberlake. Unnamed Marine Colonel – He gives Kim a ride to Cambodia in a military transport plane in "Monkey Fist Strikes after she tips him off to an assault that is due to take place. During the Season 1 episode "Monkey Fist Strikes", Ron was exposed to ancient magical energy from four jade monkey statues which imbued him with "Mystical Monkey Powers", including an instinctive knowledge of the martial art of "Tai Sheng Pek Kwar" (大圣劈挂, translates to "The big saint divides hangs") as well as superhuman speed and strength. Dallas – He gives Kim a lift to Mount Middleton in "Attack of the Killer Bebes" after aiding him during a car chase. Voiced by: Rob Paulsen.
The self-proclaimed "World's Deadliest Golfer", he was banned from every golf course in the world, even miniature golf, for excessive displays of temper. His weapons are his golf clubs and exploding golf balls. He speaks with a Scottish accent, and wears traditional Scottish attire such as a kilt and tam o' shanter. Although he debuted as an independent villain, subsequent appearances show him as more of a mercenary-style individual, committing robberies to sell the stolen objects to others without any real plan for them himself. Killigan makes his home on a private island, dubbed "Killigan's Island" by Ron (undoubtedly a reference to the Gilligan's Island television series). Bonnie closed her eyes and resisted the urge to hit her head on the nearby lockers, "Tara," she ground out, "How many times do I have to say that I'm taking a break from dating, football players may be at the top of the food chain but they're just so stupid and I need a break from that right now."A villain with a bird fixation, Aviarius is actually an arch-foe of Team Go. He wears a caped costume with bird-foot-like boots and speaks in an over-the-top, villainous cackle. He has under his command a number of bird-themed weapons, such as flocks of hummingbird-shaped homing missiles and a gigantic robotic flamingo. Voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz. Despite the fact that Dr. Drakken cannot remember Ron's name, he still knows who he is when Aviarius tries to portray Ron as himself. Dr. Drakken asks "Where is this Aviarius?" Aviarius replies "Here he is!" referring to Ron. But Ron tells Aviarius "Dude, Dr. Drakken already knows who I am." to which Dr. Drakken replies "Yes, I do know who you are but the name escapes me." This happens in the episode "Go Team Go."
Culinary Expertise: Ron is a talented chef. It is one of his abilities that almost always remains at a consistently high level. While a sophomore in high school Ron created the wildly successful and popular Naco for Bueno Nacho. The Naco was so well received that within a short time, on the order of a week or less, he received enough money from its sales to buy Kim a jacket that would have cost two weeks' normal wages. Then during his junior year of high school Ron received a $99 million royalty payment on the further sales of the Naco up to that point in time. Ron's culinary talents even earned him the role of the home economics teacher during his sophomore year of high school. Which he used to transform the home economics's room into a "world class restaurant", according to Steven Barkin. His food was so good that Mr. Barkin put Ron in charge of food services for Middleton High School. His tenure was cut short though when the health inspector saw Rufus, a live rodent, serving food. Ron was the only natural child of a Jewish family. His father was an actuary and his mother had an unspecified job. They later adopted a baby girl, Hana Stoppable, who became Ron's younger sister. Though neither she nor Kim likes to admit it, they make a good team, using all of their knowledge and skills as cheerleaders to best stronger enemies. This can be seen in Gill's defeat in "Sink or Swim" and in "Bonding", where Kim and Bonnie get stuck together. Kim is forced to take Bonnie with her on a mission and the two girls flawlessly perform together to best Dementor with their acrobatics. Voiced By: Kirsten Storms Listen to music from Ron Stoppable And Rufus like The Naked Mole Rap. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ron Stoppable And Rufus
Listen to music from Ron Stoppable, Rufus like The Naked Mole Rap, The Naked Mole Rap [From Kim Possible] & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ron Stoppable, Rufus Kim's cousin, Joss, paraphrased Ambrose Redmoon's famous quote when she observed that Ron's actions in loyally following Kim into danger, despite being afraid of practically everything, was the mark of true bravery. Ron rarely ever chose not to accompany Kim on missions, and in most of those cases he displayed great disappointment or inner turmoil over his decision. In fact, far more often Ron actually looked forward to globetrotting and missions, while being very much aware of the danger involved. Monique is smart and hip. She usually speaks in a style which Kim describes as "Monique-speak". Monique also likes to talk in acronyms, such as "NBF" (new best friend) and "GF" (girlfriend). Little is known about her family or personal life, but she complains of having bad luck with boyfriends and she has a brother who gets her hooked on wrestling, as well as a father who plays golf, as she said in "A Sitch in Time". In A Sitch in Time, he singlehandedly defeated a super-strong Drakken and destroyed the Time Monkey by causing a series of pillars to topple like dominoes. Considering that Kim could not defeat the genetically-enhanced Drakken on her own, his great anger at that time (from learning that it was because of Shego that he was separated from Kim by moving to Norway and why he's been eating meat cakes.) likely caused him to tap into his Mystical Monkey Powers and use his superstrength from that to defeat Drakken and Shego. Reuben Stoppable Background information Television programs Kim Possible Character information Relatives Miss Starter (wife) Mr. Stoppable (uncle) Mrs. Stoppable (aunt) Ron Stoppable (cousin) Shaun Fate Ends up married to Miss Starter Source Reuben Stoppable is a minor character from the television show Kim Possible. He appeared in the episode Bad Boy. History Reuben is the bridegroom at the.
Sensei is the one who initially arranged for Ron to be part of the transfer program to Japan, which would bring him to the Yamanouchi, in order to protect the Lotus Blade from Monkey Fist. He was also the one who secretly arranged the adoption for Ron's new baby sister Hana, so she could be prepared for her eventual showdown with Yono the Destroyer. When the world was in danger from the Lorwardians, Sensei apparently sensed what was coming as he tried to warn Ron about it, but Ron misunderstood his message. Later, he appears to Ron when Kim and Shego are knocked out and helps him get the courage to summon the full strength and power of his dormant tremendous Mystical Monkey Power, informing him of his role as the Ultimate Monkey Master and assuring him it is his destiny which he is finally ready for. During Ron's fight, Sensei comments "his monkey power is strong, booyah!" Several of Ron's insecurities and fears could be traced back to some fairly questionable treatment by his parents over the years. While they clearly cared about him, they repeatedly did not consider his feelings or likely reactions while they made life-altering decisions. Most notably, they had a bad habit of simply making big decisions, such as Hana's adoption, and only informing Ron either as they were happening, or after the changes had already been made, giving him no chance to adjust. This was presumably why Ron often proved extremely reluctant and resistant to unexpected changes in his normal routine.
Naked Mole Rap is an improvisational song sung by Ron and Rufus on a talent show. It is in response to the song by Dr. Drakken, intended to buy Kim some more time to prevent he could take over the world selling his brainwashing shampoo to unsuspecting consumers In the series finale "Graduation Part II", Prince Wally can be seen sitting behind Camille Leone in the United Nations scene where Drakken is receiving a medal. Biography. Ron was the only natural child of a Jewish family. His father was an actuary, and his mother had an unspecified job. They later adopted a baby girl, Hana Stoppable, who became Ron's younger sister. Several of Ron's insecurities and fears could be traced back to some fairly questionable treatment by his parents over the years "No Stoppable-Dono, since you refuse to take the Lotus blade with you take this, it is a newer blade comissoned by the school from the last grandmaster for the Chosen one. This is Saru-rui no Ouhayari Shi, may you only have to draw it on the darkest of days…"
Oddly enough, Ron's new powers were in no way a constant occurrence in his life. They were almost entirely absent from his adventures for some time. Rufus, however, proved capable of incredible feats during this time, such as chomping through a steel grate with ease, which implied that Ron simply was not using his gifts, possibly due to his then still overwhelming fear of virtually anything monkey-related. Additionally, during the same adventure, Ron was prophesied to one day become "The Ultimate Monkey Master", and the Monkey Ninjas recognized him as their leader. Professor Acari is an "insectologist", a name fitting for his profession. Kim recovers the plans for a robot tick which Drakken has stolen from him in "Tick-Tick-Tick". In return, he gives her a ride in China in "The Full Monkey", which makes him special in that he is one of the few people to give Kim a ride where the audience sees exactly what she did to earn the favor. Acari also makes a surprise reappearance in "Roachie". His former lab assistant, Chester Yapsby, had stolen his "roflex" invention, a device to increase the size of insects, and used it for evil.
Bonnie has a strange relationship with Ron throughout the series, repeatedly calling him "loser" and generally putting him down at every opportunity. However, she calls him a "hottie" when he becomes a multimillionaire in "Ron Millionaire". But at the start of the fourth season, Bonnie advises Kim to dump Ron, claiming it is practically a rule for cheerleaders to date jocks, especially since they have just started their senior year of high school. Bonnie also kisses him when Brick breaks up with her, but then breaks down until Kim promises to help her find a new boyfriend. Two older sisters of Bonnie Rockwaller. Taller and curvaceous, the family resemblance both physical and attitude is clear. First alluded to in "Hidden Talent", when Bonnie mentioned her "older sibs" having won the Middleton High talent show the previous four years in a row, they make their first physical appearance in "Bonding". It is strongly implied that Bonnie's attitudes and sour disposition may stem from their treatment of her; they claim that Connie "got all the brains", Lonnie "got all the looks", while Bonnie "got the rest". Their interaction with each other, moving and speaking in sync, finishing each other's sentences, and leaning against one another while laughing hint they might be fraternal twins. Naked Mole Rap Remix Lyrics: Hit it! / Yo, listen up, have a holler from Ron / Hey / Straight Outta Middleton, we got it goin' on / Word / Here with Wade, tell ya how the game is played / And you.
Through everything, even if momentarily sidetracked, Ron and Kim ultimately valued their loyalty to each other above all else. Their bond was no doubt strengthened through Ron's role as Kim's sidekick. Repeatedly having faced danger and potentially death side-by-side, Ron and Kim saved each other's lives a number of times, and came to depend on each other as partners as well as friends, which by their senior year grew to a more romantic relationship. This relationship was frequently tried by Ron's social ineptness, but had ultimately survived clear through their Graduation from high school. The Naked Mole Rap-Ron Stoppable And Rufus This song is by Christy Carlson Romano. Yo, listen up, Have a holla from Ron Naked Mole Rap is the Name of the song Here's the story You know its glory Ain't hott, nothin' Don't know what the truth is, How Ron met Rufus Never heard a cat ark Never heard a puppy purr My dad's allergic to every kind of fur So I searched for hairless. The Ultimate Kim Possible Trivia Quiz. Think you know the sitch? You're the next Ron Stoppable! but you can recite his rap in your sleep. And for that, you deserve to buy a new outfit at. What was so important that Drakken, DRAKKEN, of all people would reach out to Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable for help. He had Shego, a small army of Henchpeople and what appeared to be limitless amounts of money and he still felt like that wasn't enough to solve whatever problem he had
Kim's former love interest and major crush. Ron dislikes him as his last name is "but one letter away from "monkey", and due to lazy research on Ron's part, Joshua's middle name might be Wendell. Being an artist, musician, and overall popular student with a laid-back easy personality, Kim had a crush on him. In season three it is revealed that Josh and Kim went their separate ways, with him seen with Tara for a period of time. Reuben is the bridegroom at the wedding in "Bad Boy". He appears briefly on screen and can be seen pulling his bride, Miss Starter (voiced by Grey DeLisle), to safety. He is a cousin of Ron and Hana though on which side of the family is not specified. Since the wedding is specified as "the Stoppable-Starter wedding", he is presumably from the father's side. Wade and Ron were good friends. Ron eagerly looked forward to any chance to meet Wade in person, and was always greatly disappointed when Wade canceled at the last minute. He also enjoyed playing with Wade's gadgets, despite how often this habit backfired, due to Ron either not waiting for instructions on proper use, or just generally being clumsy. Wade also had no problem with helping Ron outside of missions, such as getting him and Kim a spot in Chez Couteaux's reservation line.
Ron's ambivalence to appearance and fad led to him labeling Kim a "retail snob" because of her insistence on buying her clothes at Club Banana, even though she could get the same clothes at Smarty Mart for a fraction of the cost, but refused to due to social standards. Evil Ron is one of several hints dropped during the show's run that his constant bumbling and failures stem less from actual incompetence and clumsiness than from his lack of focus and, more importantly, his lack of confidence. Since Drakken seemed to retain his mad scientist inventing and engineering skills when his evil was transferred to Ron, Ron may possess untapped potential as an engineer and inventor himself. An example of this is in the episode "Naked Genius" when Ron is kidnapped and forced to make a functioning doomsday device out of everyday equipment, however, the fact that Ron is amazed that the device actually works indicates than Ron did not consciously design or build it to be so, suggesting it may simply be a "fluke," or another expression of the non-factor "Ron Factor."
Kim herself often performed a similar function for Ron by motivating him, encouraging him to participate in some areas, and attempting to dampen down his enthusiasm in front of others. He is not as popular as Kim and is often ridiculed by his classmates, most notably by Bonnie. Felix is a good friend and supports Ron in the two episodes he plays a major role in, "Motor Ed" and "Steal Wheels". Both episodes involve Motor Ed, who claims he could have handled Kim the first time had Felix not interfered, and Felix's wheelchair's capabilities prove essential to success. When Ron was about twelve years old, he was allowed to have a pet so long as it did not irritate his father's allergies to virtually every kind of pet hair. Ron purchased a naked mole rat, Rufus, from a Smarty Mart. Ron carried Rufus almost constantly in his pocket from then on, and considered him more a member of the family than a pet. Lonnie is a blonde who dresses in a flashier, more provocative fashion of tube-top, miniskirt, and high-heeled knee-high Go-Go boots. She demonstrates that she is not as smart as she tries to appear: after Connie corrects Bonnie about Cincinnati not being a country, Lonnie wrongly identifies France as a city.
Evil Ron was eventually stopped by Drakken, at the time freed of his dark side, who placed a newly repaired "Attitudinator" on Ron's head, restoring both of them to their original selves once more. Something Good Drakken realized he had a responsibility to do because, "it's better that I'm bad than if he's bad." Nakasumi is the top toy developer in the world. He is the victim of theft by Drakken and Shego in "Crush". Fortunately, Kim recovers what was stolen, and in return, Nakasumi gives her a ride in "A Very Possible Christmas" and "So the Drama", the latter once again is a major part of the plot. At first, it appears Nakasumi can understand yet is unable to speak English, but eventually it is revealed he can indeed speak English, but prefers to whispering in Kyoko's ear. To avoid using Japanese, the series' crew had Nakasumi whisper to Miss Kyoko for her to translate. One of Nakasumi's characters, Z-Boy, makes several cameos as toys and posters. She is considered Kim's best girl friend, giving her level-headed advice about school and life, and serves as a good counterbalance to Ron's out-of-touch eccentricities. On a few occasions, Monique assists Kim on her missions, even though she lacks fighting skills. Her fighting skills improve after 20 years in an alternate timeline, since reset (Kim Possible, episode 34, "A Sitch in Time, Part One: Present"). Her passion and expertise in fashion also make her important when the time comes to make Kim's new mission uniform. Mr. Magnifico – In "Bonding", Mr. Magnifico and his circus company give Kim a ride to a top secret research facility on their train. This is in return for Kim acting as a substitute high-wire acrobat after the original performer twisted her ankle. Bonnie sighed and dropped her glare to just look at Tara as she said, "I was hating her, what did you think I was doing?"