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Kim and Ron have a very distinctive relationship of opposites that covers both their However there were some incidents even before they started dating which hinted they .. Kim Possible: You do me proud, Ron Stoppable, by just being you . As onewho's always been more workaholic than domestic diva, I've been has become Kim Possible, Speed Racer has become bumbling Ron Stoppable. Oct 5, Kim Possible features a big spectrum of characters being the most important of Ron Stoppable has been Kim's best friend since they attended Pre-K In addition a quick look at her dating history demonstrates that she becomes Like most pop divas, she is fodder for the tabloids and has even dated.
Kim is the popular cheerleader who is smart and athletic while Ron is the under-achieving slacker. Their opposite natures balance each other which is what makes them a great team.
Now let's move on to their relationship. While they were friends, they had a tight bond and cared for each other. These two people honestly had a real friendship with each other that I can say felt genuinely real since I have my own guy friend.
They either felt jealous or rooted for each other's crushes. Now moving on even more to season 3, there were major clues that Kim and Ron were destined to be more than just friends especially in the episode, Emotion Sickness, which shows Kim's emotions being manipulated to the point of falling in love with Ron.
Ron did not realize that Kim's emotions were being manipulated at all and was confused. Wade's reaction said it all, that kiss was out-of-nowhere but Ron clearly liked it. Though Ron was also very worrisome of the whole idea of Kim and himself being a couple. He did try to convince himself that it was ok. Ron was always anxious of the idea of dating KP because if they broke then things would be awkward but it isn't a mystery that Ron wasn't totally against the idea of himself with Kim.
She is beautiful and fierce. Now all Kim Possible fans know that those two end up getting together at the end of So The Drama with that one beautiful first kiss. And in season 4, they started dating. Their relationship was even stronger and the two of them were an even cuter couple. Ron truly cared for Kim and vice versa.
I saw their relationship bump up to a whole other level already and saw their love for each other develop. And when I saw the posters of how Ron got out of the friend zone with Kim, I agreed and giggled about how it was true. Then I stumbled upon this tumblr post, which made me start to rethink some things. If you can't read the dialogue, it was from the season 4 episode, Homecoming Upset, where Ron and Bonnie won the titles of Homecoming king and queen, which to Kim's dismay meant they spent a lot of time together doing many activities for the community.
Anyway the scene was when Bonnie forcibly kisses Ron and Kim walks in. Ron tries explaining himself by saying Bonnie kissed him and which Kim replies, "No kidding. Kim typically wears a midriff that exposes her bellybutton, which makes it easily open to tickling. Actress performing Kim Possible's voice: Besides being an actress, she is also an author and singer, she also took dance classes when she was younger.
Being of the Catholic faith, she later attended a Catholic school in Connecticut. She has two older sisters and one older brother. Romano moved to Atlanta, Georgia as a child, and landed her first acting job at the Atlanta production of Annie. She often tagged along with friends to local high school dances.
Jason star Chris Marquette. InRomano became the first person to act in three Disney Channel projects simultaneously, complementing her work at Even Stevens with a starring role in a movie named Cadet Kelly alongside Hilary Duff and voice acting as Kim Possible.
In she also became the youngest actress to play Belle in the Broadway version of Beauty and the Beast; where she replaced Megan McGinnis as Belle.
For her Beauty run, she recorded a New York radio commercial in which she asked, "What's the sitch? The writers of Kim Possible wrote the episode "Blush" based on Romano; She will apparently blush at even the slightest compliment or awkward situation.
The novel is about a teenaged girl named Grace and her year of high school that follows. The story details love, friendship, music, and growing up. Among the honors and awards she counts many of them so far. Mayor James Richetelli Jr.
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Received the first-ever Connecticut's Finest award on February 22nd, Romano is a member of the Barnard College of Columbia University class ofmajoring in Political Science and is a member of the Sigma Delta Tau sorority at the same university. She has interned for Connecticut Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Christopher Dodd, who is her godfather.
It has been reported that her next move will be to Los Angeles, California where she will be pursuing a television pilot, movies, and a solo music career. Among her hobbies we can count singing, dancing and writing music among other. Short description of Ron Stoppable: Ron is shorter than Kim on the model sheets, but Kim's hair stands up several inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Blond, short, perpetually mussed. Caucasian-American, Jewish, unknown European stock. He was Kim's best friend from seasons and eventually progressed to the level of boyfriend during the season 3 finale "So the Drama". Ron is an only natural child from an observant Jewish family.
Ron's father is an actuary. He met Kim during their first day at pre-school and they have been firm friends ever since. Ron has been depicted as having been an articulate, observant child able to comprehend concepts too complex for the average child of his age, as having an imaginary named "Rufus", and as having a strong social conscience but also under developed social skills which set him apart from other children. While as a teenager, he has a pet naked mole rat named Rufus and has slept with a night light since the age of four.
Many aspects of Ron's current personality can be traced back to various traumatic events from his childhood that have been shown in a variety of flashbacks throughout seasons The event which is referenced most often in the series was a summer that he spent in a rundown sleepaway camp named Camp Wannaweep during which time he called home so many times, asking to leave the camp, that his mother eventually refused to accept his calls.
So he developed a pathological fear of monkeys and apes that has been frequently mentioned throughout the series, as well as a less-mentioned fear of insects and spiders. It was also during his stay at Wannaweep that Ron first met fellow camper Gil Moss, with whom he traded his slot on the swim schedule for a second slot in arts and crafts.
Gil would later return in "Monkey Fist Strikes" as Gill, a villain seeking revenge on Ron, whom he blamed for causing him to mutate a result of spending all day swimming in the lake's polluted water.Kim Possible: Proof that Kim and Ron Liked Each Other Before Dating
Ron's feelings for Kim have been addressed several times during seasonsmost notably in episode 53, "Emotion Sickness" when Kim came under the influence of a mood altering device that caused her to pursue him romantically, and were finally resolved during the last installment of the Season 3 finale originally intended to be the final episode of the franchise. During Season 4, he and Kim are officially a couple and the series develop around their relationship. During Senior year Ron joined the high school football team as its star running back, using the running and dodging skills he honed as Kim's sidekick.
At first, the change angered Ron, calling Hana an "intruder" and evil.
However eventually, he started to love Hana, enjoying her company. In "Graduation", the last installment of the franchise, Ron truly stepped up and became the hero by singlehandedly 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 singlehandedly takes on both Warhok and his battlemate Warmonga and apparently destroys them.
Alongside his general clumsiness, Ron does not excel in school and often appears to have difficulty grasping simple facts or concepts, even if they are spelled out to him, either because he has a limited understanding of the topic or the way in which it is discussed, or because he is not paying attention due to the nature of Ron's role within the series, it is not always clear when this is part of his permanent personality, and when this is intended purely as comic relief. Ron's problems are accentuated by his overall lack of focus, and by a tendency towards a laziness which, at its most extreme, included expecting his lab partner to do all of the work on the grounds that their natural motivation to succeed would compel them to pick up his slack.
Ironically, while it is a common gag for Ron to fail to understand everyday words or euphemisms such as the phrase "fraternal twins"Ron demonstrates a slightly more advanced vocabulary than other characters on the franchise, often using longer words than a person of his age might otherwise use, and maintaining a more controlled style of speech throughout the series as well as reflecting complex and unusual lines of thought that slip other character's attention, including comments on Kim's own statements and behavior.
However, such observations by Ron only serve to further give other characters the impression that he is odd and weird. These characteristics were particularly evident when Ron was younger, in later episodes, they are less prevalent, but still reasonably frequent. Ron also has a tendency to hold onto childhood habits and customs, often stubbornly refusing to change despite the negative reactions of others. For example, he goes out trick-or-treating at a time when most people of his age would have long ceased.
In the Season 4 episode Grand Size Me, he does not appreciate that eating nothing but Bueno Nacho food would cause him to decline in health and physique. In The Big Job, when Monique hints that he should have a job, he doesn't understand even when Monique tells him that he'd have "mad money". As is common for a fictional underdog, Ron has a tendency to have low expectations of his performance and to set low standards for himself, both academically and socially.
He lacks focus and often appears to fare poorly due to either a lack of effort and a lack of belief in his own abilities or through trying too hard and coming across as a clown. Ron is the polar opposite of Kim in personality. He displays a lack of ambition and a propensity for sarcasm toward villains such as Drakken. He, excels at things that she has difficulties with and vice versaand sees the world in a different way. He is a talented cook, as shown in "Two to Tutor", and enjoys success in many craft-related activities including constructing his own custom made Mad Dog head in "Attack of the Killer Bebes" and trapping Gill with a net he made of lanyards, saying "Arts and Crafts is my element".
In "Exchange", Ron overcame both his sense of self doubt and his fear of monkeys, in order to rescue Yori from Monkey Fist. In "Sick Day", Ron was able to master several different extreme sport related skills that he had previously been unable to master, in order to infiltrate Drakken's lair and escape with Ray X having suffered only a single trademark pants-related incident. In "Ill Suited", Ron tried out for the Middleton High Football Team and it was discovered that his so-called "mad running away skills" made him a natural running back.
He earned Middleton High's all-time rushing record running the entire opposing team into exhaustion after just one playwhich has actually earned him the nickname "Unstoppable Stoppable. In "Stop Team Go", while evil, Ron has shown amazing talent and skill while fighting an army of Wegos and quickly dispatching them.
Yet another instance of these abilities appear in "The Fearless Ferret". As the superhero, Ron foils the plot of White Stripe after the villain incapacitates Kim.
In the episode a parody of the original Batman TV series Ron becomes the apprentice of Timothy North voiced by Adam West who believes he is the character he has been playing this is also a parody of the setup for the animated series Batman Beyond; Will Friedle voices both Terry McGinnis and Ron.
Ron has also the ability to converse with and understand animals. Most often, this is seen in his interactions with Rufus, although it could be argued that Rufus is already, albeit unusually, communicative with others as well.
He has, however, also shown that he can communicate very well with other animals: 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.
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Ron has the unusual ability, for a high school student, of moving between different cliques and social groups without showing any undue prejudice of their various activities. Ron associates both with the most popular girls in school Kim, Bonnieas well as the most outcast nerds in Middleton Larry, Ned. He accepts, and is accepted by people as diverse as Monique Kim's fashion oriented friendWade a super-genius shut-inZita, Felix and of course Kim.
He interacts with football players, roleplaying nerds, cheerleaders, geniuses, slackers, and everything in between on a regular basis, and never appears to judge them or their activities as being more or less worthy. He also often makes profound observations on life, society, and all kinds of logics that belie his normal portrayal as having an "uncomplicated mind", and he displayed all of the qualities needed to be rapidly promoted to a management position during his very short-lived career at the Middleton Bueno Nacho; on the other hand he also tends to overreact to change, even when they're minor.
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" translates to "The big saint divides hangs," is a Chinese martial art where the movements imitate monkeys or apes in fighting; its movements and sometimes comic actions of the monkey style has made it a popular subject in Hong Kong martial arts movies as well as superhuman speed and strength.
It was initially implied that Ron lost these powers when the jade monkey statues were destroyed and they played no further part in season 1 even during other Monkey Fist related episodes. However, they were revisited half way through season 2, during the episode "Exchange", when Ron was temporarily transferred to the Yamanouchi ninja school in Japan.
While at Yamanouchi, Ron was trained as a ninja and showed, in the final confrontation, great skill in Tai Sheng Pek Kwar, defeating the monkey ninjas almost instinctively. He displayed several "bursts" of monkey power throughout the episode but was unable to control them most of the time. He was also introduced to the Lotus Blade; a shape changing sword used by Toshimiru, the founder of the Yamanouchi ninja school, who was also a master of Tai Sheng Pek Kwar a bit of a mistake on the part of the writers by setting it in Japan; Tai Sheng Pek Kwar is a Chinese martial art, not Japanese.
After "Exchange", Ron's monkey powers were not explicitly shown again for a while. The show even made a self-referential comment about this; during a fight in "Team Impossible", Ron's opponent is surprised by his terrible performance, believing Ron is supposed to possess some sort of mystical superpower. Ron sheepishly replies that "it comes and it goes, y'know.
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During the final two-part episode, "Graduation", Ron's Mystical Monkey Powers sprung into a very powerful being when he singlehandedly confronted, fought, and defeated the nine foot tall alien duo of Warmonga and Warhok, with no help from Kim or Rufus. He was seen to grab both aliens by their wrists and launch them well over half a mile into the air, before they impacted with their crashing spaceship, presumably destroying them.
Needless to say, this surprised those around him, including Kim, Shego, and Rufus. This action caused Kim, for the first time in the series and the last, given that it was the final episodeto be lost for speech.
Even Shego was completely impressed, saying that it looked like Ron "stepped up, monkey style. As a Jew, Ron is the only Kim Possible character whose religious background is specifically mentioned in the series.
As such, Ron does not openly partake in religious activities or discuss his religion on screen. Instead, his background is usually referenced through stereotypes and cultural references associated with Judaism in the modern United States--for example, requesting kosher meals in the school cafeteria, despite not keeping kosher in other aspects of his diet, an example of this is seen in "Big Bother," during breakfast, he asked for bacon, despite pork not being a kosher meat.
Likewise, in Homecoming Upset, he is seen eating a slice of pepperoni pizza. As of the end of season 3, the only time that his background was referenced directly was during season 1, when teacher Steve Barkin noticed that Ron's rabbi, Rabbi Katz, had given him a Bar Mitzvah certificate but had forgotten to sign it, in "Ron the Man. Afterwards, he is seen consulting with a rabbi and makes several references to different aspects of Jewish culture.
However, the reference primarily serves as a MacGuffin designed to lead up to a subplot which explored traditional teenage insecurities. After Barkin's discovery, Ron is sent into a spiral of self-doubt and resorts to using technology from supervillain supplier Jack Hench to give himself huge muscles, before discovering that manhood comes from within, not from what you look like on the outside or from a piece of paper which Rabbi Katz eventually signs.
This experience suggests that Ron is not particularly devoted to or knowledgable about Judaism, since a boy has a Bar Mitzvah and becomes a man on his thirteenth birthday, signed certificate or not. The certificate and the ceremony are just formalities. Despite his upbringing, Ron is an active participant in the secular aspects of Christmas, which he usually spends with the Possible Family, as shown in "A Very Possible Christmas. He gets mad when something gets in the way, tries to destroy, or challenge it in any way.