Kim Possible is an American animated television series created by Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle for Disney Channel. It centers on Kim Possible, a teenage crime fighter who has the task of dealing with worldwide, family, and school issues every day. The show is action-oriented, but also has a light-hearted atmosphere and often lampoons the conventions and clichés of the secret-agent and action genres. Kim Possible was the second animated Disney Channel Original Series, and the first series to be produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, in association with Disney Channel. Originally broadcast from 2002 to 2007, Kim Possible was Disney Channel's longest running original animated series until it was surpassed by Phineas and Ferb, but still remains unique for being given one more season after the finale movie due to fan demand.
Coach Possible (Season 1, Episode 11)Edit
Kim and Ron fall victim to a hypnotic disco ball and are also hypnotized to dance.
The Twin Factor (Season 1, Episode 17)Edit
Dr. Drakken, Kim's archenemy, uses compliance chips to take control of his rather disrespectful minion, Shego, and Kim herself but when the chip is destroyed by KIMs friends Drakken finds hell hath no fury like Shego scorned as she wreeks havoc on Drakken.
Emotion Sickness (Season 3, Episode 53)Edit
Kim and Shego are unknowingly tagged with microchips that forcibly alter their emotions.
Rappin' Drakken (Season 3, Episode 59)Edit
In what will surely be remembered as his most embarrassing and convoluted scheme, Drakken goes onto an American Idol spoof to become a rap star in an attempt to sell his brainwashing shampoo. He uses the shampoo on a minion, a producer, and the show's host. Kim uses the shampoo against Shego during a climactic battle, but the scene changes before she can issue any commands.
The Cupid Effect (Season 4, Episode 69)Edit
Wade invents a raygun to make Kim's friend Monique fall in love with him. Predictably, it falls into the wrong hands, in this case the Senors, who use it to make hundreds of women fall in love with Junior, including Kim and Monique.
In the credits gag, Wade gets a taste of his own medicine from a female kid genius.