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Christy Carlson Romano
Kim Possible (voice) (21 Episodes)
Ron Stoppable (voice) (21 Episodes)
Rufus (voice) (21 Episodes), — (1 Episode)
Shego (voice) (21 Episodes), — (8 Episodes)
Wade (voice) (21 Episodes)
Dr. Drakken (voice) (21 Episodes), — (13 Episodes)
— (7 Episodes)
— (6 Episodes)
— (4 Episodes)
Monique (4 Episodes)
— (3 Episodes)
— (2 Episodes)
— (1 Episode)
Jo Anne Worley
Dr. Cyrus Bortel (voice) (1 Episode)
Kevin Michael Richardson
Big Mike (1 Episode)
Background Designer (21 Episodes)
Director (21 Episodes)
Executive Producer (21 Episodes)
Animation Production Assistant (21 Episodes)
Writer (4 Episodes)
Writer (3 Episodes)
Writer (2 Episodes)
Julie Du Fine
Amanda Rudolph Schwartz
Writer (1 Episode)
Kim tries to get the confidence to take a boy to an upcoming dance at her school, while Kim's archenemy, Drakken begins his next destructive plan.
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On their way to a cheer competition, Ron and the cheersquad get stranded, but Ron soon realizes that the whole thing could be a set up from an old enemy.
Kim accidently turns Ron into a selfish jerk with a new haircut, all while two new villians begin their new evil hobby.
When Kim is tardy when going to class, she is sentenced to detention. Meanwhile, Drakken and Shego start their next evil plan.
When Kim's parents chaperone a school ski trip, she is greatly humiliated. Meanwhile, a mad geneticist threatens the trip.
Kim and Ron get a part-time job at Bueno Nacho, while Drakken and Shego start a cheese related scheme in Wisconsin
Kim tries to defend her position of head of the cheersquad while she works with a high-strung agent of Global Justice.
When Kim and Ron go to stop Drakken's latest plot, they accidentily get their brains switched between their bodies. Now they must stop Drakken's plans, and deal with each others lives.
Ron decides to join the cheersquad, which angers Kim. Meanwhile, the countries' top scientists begin to disappear, and Kim's dad appears to be the next target.
Kim is forced by Ron to join the race for class president, but when they bring home a spoiled Prince who is in danger, he runs against Kim.
Kim reluctantly takes on the coaching of Jim and Tim's soccer team, and is quickly overcome with competitive spirit. At the same time, Señor Senior, Sr. has similar issues coaching his son through his first "evil scheme."
When a recent string of museum thefts appear to be tied to Ron’s favorite wrestling stars, Kim and Ron must work together in hopes of figuring out the truth and to put an end to the thefts.
Kim and Ron visit a strange man by the name of Lord Monty Fiske, however, they soon realize that there is more to him. Meanwhile, Kim's geeky cousin comes to Middleton.
Kim retrieves a ring-like object from a trade, but she soon learns that it is not actually a ring. Meanwhile, Kim wants to go to a party, but Ron wants her to go with him, and her parents with them.
When Kim and Ron accidentally show that a stunt show is all staged, the host wants revenge. Meanwhile, the entire school thinks Kim likes Brick Flagg.
Kim's mission look is stolen when she tries to stop Drakken, and now the entire world looks like her. This inspires Drakken's next plot that involves clones.
Kayte Kuch, Sheryl Scarborough
Kim takes on a mission, but she must take the Tweebs along since she promised she would baby-sit them, while Drakken begins a scheme with mind control.
When Animology sweeps over the school, Kim tries to avoid it, but she gives into the fad. Meanwhile, the Seniors start their most dangerous plot to date.
Kim is forced by her dad to join a club for small children that he leads, much to her dismay. Meanwhile, Monkey Fist plans to steal a very special monkey to fulfill a prophecy.
Ron realizes that he is not technically a man yet, but Kim tells him that he is. Meanwhile, Kim and Ron must stop a villian from stealing a special ring.
Kim ruins her clothes during a mission, and now must buy from Smarty Mart. Meanwhile, Frugal Lucre attempts to take over the internet.
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