Timeline If Connie and Lonnie aren't twins, they're a year apart in age probably 13 to 14 months , with Connie being the older sister and Lonnie being younger sister Although it's never stated how much older Connie and Lonnie are than Bonnie, I'm guessing that if Connie and Lonnie are just a year apart in age, I'm guessing that Connie's five years older than Bonnie and Lonnie's four years older than Bonnie.
Or if they are actually are twins, then I'm guessing they're four years older than Bonnie. The parents of Kim's cousin, Joss, are divorced That would explain why Joss's mother isn't seen or mentioned in either of the episodes that Joss's dad, Slim, appears in, and why Joss doesn't appear in the series finale while her dad does—Slim and his ex-wife have joint custody of their daughter, and Joss was with her mom at the same time Kim and Ron's high school graduation occurred.
But, for the most part at least, Slim and Joss's mother get along well and are still friends. Kim and Ron were "Friends with Benefits" throughout the show. Kim and Ron were having casual sex frequently throughout all four seasons. They had a very mature sexual relationship without emotional clinginess which eventually blossomed in to a full romance at the end of Season 3. It being a Disney show, the sexual aspects aren't alluded to or referenced in the same way that Mr.
Possible's happy marriage is never shown being sexual either. But there a numerous clues to it throughout the run of the series. Throughout the show, Kim and Ron are often extremely physical with each other as a consequence of their action-packed lifestyle. Grabbing, holding each other, etc. In "Mind Games" Kim and Ron swap bodies and spend at least 36 hours, probably closer to 48 hours that way. But neither is particularly uncomfortable with the situation other than wanting to return to normal.
Neither has any shock or surprise with being in the other's body. And this is over a period of time long enough to require going to the bathroom, showering, etc.
This is because they are already extremely familiar with each others' bodies. Um, having sex with a man doesn't mean you'll be able to piss like one automatically. There is a difference being being familiar with the anatomy of a person you have sex with and HAVING the anatomy of someone you have sex with. Disney is too clean to mention the physical issues you were mentioning.
In the original version of "Sick Day" she changes clothes in front of Ron. Disney later added a screen between them, but if you pause the video and look at the screen Kim is behind, it is very digitized and blocky, while all the other lines in the image are smooth.
It was added to the image after the episode was made. Actually, the screen was there in the premiere of the episode. In "Bad Boy" we see that Ron knows how to sneak in to Kim's bedroom at night. In "So the Drama" when they scuba up to the Villain party on the secret island, they both change in to formal wear on the beach. While Ron has his awful tux on under his scuba suit, Kim has to strip down and put on a dress.
She does this in front of Ron without any hesitation or concern. He does look away in a gentlemanly fashion, but Kim's attitude reveals she wasn't worried about what Ron might see at all. In Season 4 when they're dating, their interactions don't change much at all. They don't get touchy-feely, they don't cuddle, they pretty much carry on like they had before. This is because nothing changed in their physical relationship.
That is sort of what happens when best friends start dating. They were already pretty close. They do start hugging, kissing, and being sweet with each other more also. There is also the fact that these are a couple of teenagers dealing with high-stress situations on a daily basis, who would need an outlet to vent out some of that stress.
The easiest, most convenient and possibly most fulfilling way to do so is clear. But how exactly would it be the most convenient when Ron has been shown to have the very real fear of being shot into a black hole by Kim's dad if they started dating? Ron would never go to Kim's house out of fear if they were secretly having sex. And her dad would not be chill with it.
It would not be easy, or convenient, and there are plenty of ways to relieve stress that don't involve sex that would be a lot easier and more covenient than having to go behind her father's back.
Heck, that would make it more stressful. Easy, it's Kim's idea. As the girl who can do anything she'd surely be able to sneak Ron off for some nookie, and it would explain why he's a little high strung. Centurions is the future of the Kim Possible universe. The Centurion Project Kim Possible wore is the basis for the Exo-Frames the Centurions use, and both series featured meaningful punny names. Shego's twin brothers are actually a single entity. The two Wegos share a single name, "their" power is self-duplication , and nobody ever acknowledges them as individuals.
When Hego was playing with Wego and Mego puppets, he only had one of Wego and referred to him as a single character as well. Perhaps they were born as one person the comet split permanently into two as a side-effect of the Me's a Crowd power. This may be Jossed by "Go Team Go" since they remained twins after having their power removed.
Though, everyone maintained their physical color manifestations. This supports the idea that maybe one twin is just a permanently split duplicate, since they don't all necessarily share a hive mind. Joss Possible was the trick or treater that mocked Duff Killigan in the episode October 31st The character is wearing a pink bunny rabbit costume and has the same voice as Joss Possible, who we later see in the series.
She also calls Ron "Mister" and Joss is a self acknowledged worshiper of Kim when we first see her. The trick or treater even gets her curse cut short when Duff Killigan arrives and we know that Joss apparently doesn't have a mother figure thus possibly speaking more like a boy at a young age and cursing.
Kim's parents are first cousins. After Drew failed to get proper dates to his fellow geeks for the college mixer, James related his problems to his family.
His aunt or uncle then quickly set up their daughter Anne as an "emergency date" for their nephew. The two hit it off. Twenty or so years later, they're married with three kids.
Of course, for this scenario to work, Middleton has to be in a state where cousin marriage is legal. This is why Disney never shows Kim's mom's side of the family: And whether or not you think cousin romance is squicky , if Anne is James' cousin, then can you blame him?
That would explain why Kim's paternal ancestor Mim looks like her! Perhaps while Mim was hiding out due to being wrongly accused if it happened at all , she falls for a man who believes her innocents; she changes her name; they have children, one of whom is Anne's mother or grandmother! Either that or the Possible men are attracted to women that resembles their mothers.
It was a dream but the events inside truly happened. Possible's maiden name is 'Credible'. Ron has it, but it's almost never useful. The only times it really works as advertised is when he's feeling strong emotions of hatred or anger. This is why his evil side is able to make it work so well , he's chock full of mean, while good Ron is a fairly gentle soul. When Ron is his normal self, those negative emotions come into play when Kim is in danger above and beyond the usual — hence the opened floodgate of whoop-ass in the Grand Finale.
This also explains why Monkey Fist can't really use it quite as well. His emotions, negative as they are, are on a leash; he was a British nobleman before he was bat-shit crazy, so he's got built-in psychological blocks. Ron usually only got a boost up to Kim or Monkey Fist's level of ability when the Mystical Monkey mojo kicks in, so being a mutated monkey ninja probably made the effect of the Mystical Monkey Power hard to notice in Monkey Fist's case.
At least, at the basic level. Kim is a Super Soldier. Unlike the rest of her genius family rocket scientist father, brain surgeon mother, Gadgeteer Genius brothers , she isn't an omnidisciplinary genius, but she is much more physically adept than them, and while still in high school is a master of combat, able to regularly beat a older, more experienced, superpowered foe.
Global Justice seem oddly willing to send a teenage girl to save the day when the fate of the world is in the balance , even when she brings seeming liabilities like Ron with her. Because they created her to able to do it, or know that someone else did. Wade is not only completely aware of this project, he's her handler. Nobody has that much access without being government or a criminal. And he's a techno-genius while even younger than her.
So he's probably also a product of the program. Not to mention Kim's brothers; maybe the Possible genes were a good basis for creating ubermench. Kim's enhanced genes may include some of Shego's, giving her similar resilience and healing. Unless there's No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup quite likely, given the run of the show , this could mean there are many more kung-fu hero girls out there, waiting for the signal Fruity Oaty Bars commercial?
So expanding the concept in a kind of Kim Possible Corps. Note that Kim's family are all specialists, besides the bungling Twins- Kim may be just as smart as they are, but she channelled her knowledge and willpower towards physical pursuits. Ron has the special ability to talk to animals. Aside from the unusually articulate Rufus, Ron has talked to and seems capable of conveying complex communication to mutated cockroaches, genetically-enhanced Dachshunds, and a monkey ninja in the course of the series.
Does that mean he is also a Parselmouth assuming he can talk to snakes? Kim is a Slayer. High-school cheerleader takes much bigger enemies? But her world replaces the supernatural with supervillains, like Mad Scientists or aliens. It's possible that she's a Slayer but doesn't even know it. We know from "Fray" that at some point Buffy successfully eliminates all supernatural threats, to the point where no one other than a few members of the Watchers council even know they ever existed.
All the "Mad science" and such is the precursor to the cyberpunk flying-car dystopia that Fray calls home.