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  • About Kim Possible

        Kim Possible Information
    Also known as Disney's Kim Possible, KP (acronym)
    First Aired June 2002
    Finale September 2007
    Status Discontinued series (Season 4 aired this year)
    Episode Order 87
    Running Time 30 minutes with commercials, 22 minutes 45 seconds without
    Type Animated
    Country United States
    Currently Appears in reruns Daily 12:30 AM EST
    Network Disney Channel


    DVD/Video
    Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama            Feature-Length Film            May 10, 2005
    Kim Possible: The Villain Files Individual Episodes December 7, 2004
    Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time Individual Episodes March 16, 2004
    Kim Possible: The Secret Files Individual Episodes September 2, 2003


    Stars

    Nancy Cartwright - Rufus
    Gary Cole - Dr. Possible
    John DiMaggio - Dr. Drakken
    Shaun Fleming - Jim and Tim Possible (Seasons 1-3)
    Spencer Fox - Jim and Tim Possible (Season 4)
    Will Friedle - Ron Stoppable
    Tahj Mowry - Wade
    Christy Romano - Kim Possible (as Christy Carlson Romano)
    Jean Smart - Dr. Possible (Mom)
    Kirsten Storms - Bonnie Rockwaller
    Nicole Sullivan - Shego
    Raven-Symone - Monique
    Patrick Warburton - Steve Barkin


    KEY CREW MEMBERS
    Chris Bailey - Executive Producer (Season 1)
    Mark McCorkle - Executive Producer
    Bob Schooley - Executive Producer
    Mark McCorkle - Creator
    Bob Schooley - Creator

    Voice Actors

    Christy Carlson Romano
    Will Friedle
    Nancy Cartwright
    Tahj Mowry
    Gary Cole
    Jean Smart
    Shaun Fleming
    John Di Maggio
    Nicole Sullivan
    Patrick Warburton
    Kirsten Storms
    Raven
    Dan Castellaneta
    Breckin Meyer
    Roz Ryan
    Tara Strong
    Lauren Tom
    Justin Berfield
    Corey Burton
    Nestor Carbonell
    Ricardo Montalban
    Rob Paulsen
    Carly Pope
    Kath Soucie
    Diedrich Bader
    Brad Garrett
    Maurice LaMarche
    Phil LaMarr
    Melissa McCarthy
    Jo Anne Worley
    Eddie Deezen
    Kevin Michael Richardson
    Brian George
    Felicity Huffman
    B.D. Wong
    Jeff Bennett
    Kerri Kenney
    Gedde Watanabe
    John O'Hurley
    Earl Boen
    Bill Barretta
    Bill Goldberg
    Andrew Martin
    Brian Posehn
    Rachel Dratch
    Tangi Miller
    Thomas Lennon
    Wendie Malick
    Enrico Colantoni
    Stephen Root
    Russi Taylor
    Frank Welker
    Peter Bonerz
    Elliott Gould
    Andrea Martin
    Patton Oswalt
    Fred Willard
    Richard Kind
    Mindy Cohn
    Phil Morris
    April Winchell
    Nika Futterman
    Tom Kenny
    Shawnee Smith
    Neil Flynn
    Susie Essman
    Reginald C. Hayes
    Debbie Reynolds
    Danny Cooksey
    Martin Spanjers
    John C. McGinley
    Adam West
    Keiko Agena
    Dante Basco
    John Cho
    George Takei
    Brian Tochi
    R. Lee Ermey
    John Kassir
    Hallie Todd
    Edd Hall
    Grey DeLisle
    Steve Harwell
    Sherri Shepherd
    Jason Marsden
    Jere Burns
    Richard Steven Horvitz
    Christopher McDonald
    Fred Savage
    Mayim Bialik
    Lance Bass
    David Cassidy
    Joey Fatone
    Jim Forbes
    Justin Shenkarow
    Amy Hill
    Estelle Harris
    Stacy Sibley
    Maggie Wheeler
    William Daniels
    Jonathan Silverman
    Tori Allen
    Bob Burnquist
    Dallas Friday
    Sal Masakela
    Trevor Vine
    Dave Fennoy
    John Witherspoon
    Clancy Brown
    Jennifer Hale
    Anneliese van der Pol


    News

    September 5-7, 2007

    A megathon was aired three consecutive days which showed every single episode of Kim Possible ever made in their production order, from 12 noon to 6AM the next morning, eighteen hours a day, which culminated in the series finale on September 7, 2007 in the one hour "Graduation" episode. This marked the end of active production of the series for the time being and Kim Possible is now in reruns on the Disney Channel. This was a first in that no television station has ever shown all the episodes of a long running series like this in complete consecutive order in this manner.


    March 10, 2007

    "Clothes Minded" is on DisneyChannel.com along with "Sink or Swim" and "Car Trouble".

    February 23, 2007

    Season 4 of Kim Possible is now on iTunes. Currently, it has these episodes up:

    Ill-Suited
    The Big Job
    Trading Faces
    The Cupid Effect
    Car Alarm

    As of March, 2007: iTunes also has these episodes: "Mad Dogs and Aliens" and "Grande Size Me."

    February 9, 2007

    Four interviews with Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle.

    St Petersburg Times
    Newsarama
    Toon Zone
    E! Online

    February 3, 2007

    DisneyChannel.com has the new episode "Ill-Suited" on their website. Also, you can view 600+ images from the episode under our screenshots.

    December 30, 2006

    Kim Possible returns with Season 4 on February 10, 2007 with four back-to-back all new episodes.

    October 12, 2006

    Disney Channel currently has the fourth season premiere scheduled for February 2007.

    September 5, 2006

    Disney Channel currently has the episode "Crush" on their website.

    August 23, 2006

    Disney is currently testing a new Kim attraction at Epcot. More info and spoilers here.

    August 6, 2006

    The following are the first 5 episodes (in production order) for Season 4: "Ill Suited", "Car Alarm", "Trading Faces", "The Big Job", "Mad Dogs and Aliens".

    Also, according to Brian Swenlin, another Season 4 episode is called "Big Bother".

    In other news, at the time of this writing, the Season 1 episode "The New Ron" and the Lilo & Stitch/Kim Possible crossover "Rufus" are currently available for viewing on the Disney Channel.com Video Player.

    June 22, 2006

    On Saturday, June 24, 2006, Steve Loter, Bob Schooley, and Mark McCorkle will attend the Gathering of the Gargoyles Convention in Los Angeles, California. They will be showing ten minutes from Kim Possible Season Four in animatic form. Click here for the source.

    May 29, 2006

    "And the Molerat Will Be CGI" is airing on June 10th. Also, Steve Loter confirmed another season 4 ep name: "Car Alarm".

    March 29, 2006

    The first episode of season 4 is called "Ill Suited", as stated by Steve Loter.

    February 10, 2006

    Disney will be putting episodes of Kim Possible on Disneychannel.com in the Spring. Also, KP is not on the ABC Kids 2006-2007 Fall schedule. http://www.toonzone.net

    January 12, 2006

    "Tick-Tick-Tick" and "Downhill" are now at iTunes, bringing the total number of eps to 15. (And you can still get all 15 for $10!)

    January 10, 2006

    The following episodes of Kim Possible are now available at the iTunes Store:
    01. Bueno Nacho
    02. Monkey Fist Strikes
    03. Attack of the Killer Bebes
    04. The New Ron
    05. Mind Games
    06. Royal Pain
    07. The Twin Factor
    08. Animal Attraction
    09. All the News
    10. Sink or Swim
    11. Number One
    12. Monkey Ninjas in Space
    13. Low Budget

    January 3, 2006

    Disney will soon be adding episodes of Kim Possible for download at Apple's iTunes Store.

    November 29, 2005

    Kim Possible has been renewed for season 4, official word by Steve Loter.

    November 18, 2005

    At the end of a Kim Possible marathon, "Gorilla Fist" airs as the second to last Kim Possible episode aired in the US.

    November 1, 2005

    KP's "A Very Possible Christmas" is on the new DVD "Disney Channel Holiday".

    August 26, 2005

    Team Impossible premieres as the third to last Kim Possible episode aired in the U.S. The same day the special Kim Possible and Lilo and Stitch crossover, "Rufus" airs.

    July 13, 2005

    Steve Loter, the director of Kim Possible, visited the NFFC 2005 CONVENTION EVENTS during the Walt Disney Television Animation session from 11:00 AM. to 12:00 PM.

    June 25, 2005

    "Rappin' Drakken" won the So Hot Summer Click it to Pick it event and aired at 8:00 P.M.

    June 18th, 2005

    Week two of Disney's So Hot Summer event featured Kim Possible. Fans from all over the country voted to pick the new KP episode that aired the following week, "Rappin' Drakken" or "Team Impossible". A new game, Rufus Recall, was added to Disney Channel's website to promote the event.

     

       

    Writers

    Amanda Rudolph Schwartz
    Bill Motz
    Bob Roth
    Bob Schooley
    Brian Swenlin
    Earl Kress
    Eddie Guzelian
    Gary Sperling
    Greg Weisman
    Jim Peterson
    John Behnke
    Julie Du Fine
    Kayte Kuch
    Kurt Weldon
    Lara Runnels
    Laura McCreary
    Madellaine Paxson
    Mark Drop
    Mark McCorkle
    Mark Palmer
    Matthew Negrete
    Meg McLaughlin
    Michael A. Newton
    Nicole Dubuc
    Patrcia Carr
    Rob Humphrey
    Robin Riordan
    Sheryl Scarborough
    Thomas Hart
    Tracy Berna
    Zach Stones

    Story

    Christina Weir
    Nunzio DeFilippis

    Director

    Chris Bailey
    David Block
    Nick Filippi
    Steve Loter

    Producer

    Steve Loter

    Executive Producer

    Bob Schooley
    Chris Bailey
    Mark McCorkle

    Creator

    Bob Schooley
    Mark McCorkle

    Editor

    Kris Gilpin

    Story Editor

    Bill Motz
    Bob Roth
    Bob Schooley
    Eddie Guzelian
    Gary Sperling
    Madellaine Paxson
    Mark McCorkle
    Mark Palmer
    Thomas Hart

    Music

    Adam Berry
    Christina Milian
    Christy Romano
    Jump5
    Kevin Quinn
    Randy Petersen

    Special Effects

    Nathan Chew

    Line Producer

    Kurt Weldon

    Re-Recording Mixer

    William Griggs

    Art Director

    Alan Bodner

    Lead Artist

    Stephan Silver

    Storyboard Artist

    Stephen Sandoval

    Storyboard Superviser

    Nick Filipi
  • About Kim Possible

    by Published on 08-18-2014 11:22 PM

    To the members of the ARA:

    You may be taken unawares by this action that the high ranking members of ARA have made, but perhaps for some of you it may not be quite a surprise. Many of you will recognize that the ARA had steadily gone downhill in terms of participation and activity over the last year. It got to the point that there were only about fifteen to twenty posts a day at most. Its services were limited to little more than the old KPTome information and a screencap system which was difficult to use. In addition there had been no updates in some time. Much of that of course was due to outside sabotage efforts which seriously damaged the Tome in the past, yet even after that, little was done to improve it.

    Most importantly, the main problem is the boardís administrator, Erased Paper. Back when Phil Literate, who created the ARA, was running the board, things were fairly well controlled. Erased Paper is well known for exhibiting excesses in control issues with members, but usually could be monitored and held back by Phil Literate. However, when Phil Literate left the ARA and turned the entire operation over to Erased Paper, there was nothing to stop Erased Paper from doing anything he wanted with the ARA.

    As a result, there have been members who have been discriminated against in terms of the queue system and held there indefinitely, many of whom simply left because of that. There was never any indication to the rest of us that Erased Paper had any intention of taking these people out of the queue system at all. The decision of who he would take out of the queue and who he would leave there was entirely at the mercy of his own whims. Similarly, he has taken the actions of deleting member posts whenever he wished, putting them back in the queue, or banning members whenever he wished without ever discussing the matter with any of the community. He could be incensed merely by a member posting on another KP board he considered to be an "enemy" and he apparently perused other boards regularly for any activity by ARA members there.

    It had gotten to the point that many of the members of the ARA were afraid to post anything that they thought would even be remotely offensive to Erased Paper for fear of his retaliation. Whenever he took these actions, he never communicated with any of the members that he was going to do such a thing, nor would he ever respond to any PMís from members who suffered these punishments. Erased Paperís own posts took on the tone of severe condescension and general rudeness as well. Of course, he was free to do so as any hint of rebuff by a member was sure to ignite EPís fury and subsequent punishment.

    To the majority of the ARA members, there was a forum on the ARA that you did not know existed called the Elite Discussion. Only the highest ranking members who were considered mature, self controlled, exhibited good behavior at all times, and were loyal supporters of the board were admitted to this forum. It was the purpose of this Elite Discussion forum to make the rules that governed the ARA, passing rules and determining when new members were felt safe and trustworthy enough to take out of the queue system, and to determine which highly ranking members were eligible to be admitted to the ED.

    The ED was to be the democracy that guided the ARA. While Phil Literate was the administrator, the decisions of the ED were upheld, even if he disagreed. Unfortunately, when Erased Paper assumed the administrator duties upon Phil Literate's departure, he refused to honor any of the decisions of the Elite Discussion group. Despite the rules that were set up, they were never followed or implemented as Erased Paper held all the power of the board as its sole administrator. He answered to no one, and he made it very clear to the only moderator of the board, Greenmandmz, that he felt he did not have to explain himself to anyone. Despite the deliberations of the ED membership, Erased Paper never respected any decision we made. He simply carried on without any regard for us in any way. Essentially, the ED became a worthless entity without any power. As always, EP ignored our PMís and posts as to why he was refusing to honor our decisions and requests.

    Starting about April of 2007, the event that became the "straw that broke the camelís back" occurred. Erased Paper suddenly queued one of the highest ranking members of the ARA without any explanation or reason. Again despite PMís and requests as to why, he never answered. His pattern of suddenly deleting posts without warning or explanation continued unabated. This is something that is difficult to accept if you spent two hours composing a post which you find suddenly gone the next day. Soon after, he queued yet another highly ranked member of the board, who subsequently simply left the board altogether because of that. Afterwards, he removed the only moderator of the board from his post, again without any warning or reason given. As usual, all PM"s and requests as to why EP was taking these actions went unanswered.

    Many of the members of the ARA began to disappear after Phil Literate left. Although we are not sure of their reasons, many of us who are left feel strongly it was because of Erased Paper and his actions. Many of the Elite Discussion old guard members had left as well. There were only eight members of the ED left by now, besides Erased Paper. When the events in the previous paragraph started to occur, the current members of the ED began to communicate with each other outside of the forum to discuss what could be done about the situation. We all care a lot for the ARA, but we could not tolerate the situation the way it was either.

    The only answer and option we had was to leave the ARA. This was the only power we had to combat what we felt to be EPís excesses. We did not want to do this, but we felt we had no other choice. In time, Jeriddian was able to make arrangements to create a new forum and this was how the Global Justice Alliance was born. Slowly but surely, the site was built up until it was ready to take it public and give the ARA members a place where they could go without having to suffer from EPís manner of managing a forum. When the GJA went public, it became immensely successful as we were able to draw virtually every single remaining active member of the ARA to the new board. it has become a prosperous and fairly busy forum which was now being enjoyed the way it was supposed to be enjoyed without interference from a heavy handed administrator. As a result of this, the ARA literally dried up and all activity there stopped. The end result is that Erased Paper finally shut the board down to any further activity in October of 2007, and it has remained as a dead board ever since then.

    You will find that the GJA has everything the ARA had. All of its old posts and threads are available for viewing through archives. All of the KPTome data has all been saved as well and is presented on the main page of the GJA. In total there were more than 40,000 images retrieved from the ARA in order to create the GJA. We determined to bring it all over to the new forum. In addition we resolved to make the GJA an improvement over the ARA in several ways. The first of these will be an improved view of the screen caps through thumbnail images that will make them better to peruse and download. More are being planned and implemented. You will find that some of the information is not yet available. But the most important and immediately needed information is all ready to use and peruse. The rest shall come in time. We have everything that was on ARA, and in time it shall all be posted and made available in the archives.

    Some people may think that this is just ripping off the ARA, but we donít consider the ARA as something that belongs to Erased Paper alone. The ARA belongs to its members as far as weíre concerned, all of us, not just to Erased Paper. So the majority of the active members are simply taking everything that is ARA and moving it to a new place of residence. Itís only right for all of its members to enjoy it in an atmosphere where they donít have to fear offending an all powerful administrator who haphazardly and arbitrarily lashes out at members for innocuous remarks or posts due to unfathomable reasons known only to him. This is unfortunately what Erased Paper has made of himself.

    Some of you may question why we are doing this at a time when the series has ended. Firstly, we feel we had no choice because of EPís actions. But secondly, even though KP may be ending production, this forum can still continue onward. Whether it will survive will depend on the members, of course, but we have made ourselves a fairly tight community of friends who like to stay in touch. We felt we had to try and save something here that is worth saving. We can hope against hope that somehow, if we stick around long enough, we might be able to help bring KP back.

    This doesnít mean that we will be laissez-faire about what goes on with the board. The general opinions and direction of the board will be the same as they were on the ARA. Some activities and types of speech that are accepted on other boards will not be acceptable on the GJA any more than they were on the ARA. We are not condemning such speech or activity, and we respect the right of the other boards to do as they see fit as long as those actions don't hurt others. However, we also see there is a certain discipline and attitude that we feel is required to keep the GJA a child friendly and pleasant place for any who wish to visit there, especially the target audience of the series, and we feel we have the right to do what is necessary to preserve that.

    There were several people who were banned from ARA by EP for actions which were felt justified by the rest of the membership. It is felt that those individuals probably would not be a good addition to the GJA, but there were others that were banned that probably did not deserve that, and we would like to give a second chance to those people to join us if they so wish. We are well aware of EPís capriciousness in that regard, and we will consider each of those people on a case by case basis, should they wish to join the GJA.

    We want the other boards to understand that any animosity which has been generated between the ARA and them is something that was primarily done by EP, unfortunately on behalf of the ARA. We want this to be a fresh start and have no ill will towards any other board. There have been actions which were carried out against the ARA by others, but that may have been in response to EPís actions. We do not wish to carry that over to the GJA in any way. To the other boards, we wish them the best of luck in their endeavors and ask them to let us carry on our operations as they would wish to carry on their own, without rancor or interference. I realize that there may be some competition involved sometimes, but that can still be done in a respectful manner. And it is not impossible that there may be issues and activities in which it is possible to join forces. We may have different rules and activities than the other boards with different outlooks on life, KP, etc., but we can still all get along.

    This then, in a nutshell, is the explanation of why this forum now exists. We, the founding eight members of the initial governing body, the Elite Discussion group, wish to make it clear that we feel there is still a place for us all in the KP world, even when new production has ceased and may not occur again, and that we have a place where we can go to enjoy one of our favorite television shows as an inspiration to us in our lives, and be able to share that with others on this forum under the right circumstances and in a supportive atmosphere of friendship. We hope that you will join with us and share in the joy that is KP.

    Signed,

    Jeriddian
    Greenmandmz
    Fireand'chutes77
    Ace Ian Combat
    Aino Minako
    Lunchmeat
    The Last Son of 84 (TheGreenMagic)
    TransWarpDrive

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