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    Evil Kim

    Well, after re-watching several episodes of "Kim Possible", it seems to me that Kim has a dark side too. Just look at her face after she blasts Duff Killigan or after she threw Shego at the end of "October 31st". That grin and that look in her eyes are enough to send anyone running away. There was a similar scene near the end of "So the drama" when she smiled after she kicked Shego backwards into the tower, which collapsed on top of her.

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    http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=so+t...t=816#/d4bhl1q dA link

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    I wouldn't exactly call it Kim's "evil side;" more of the aggressive nature we humans normally possess. Don't forget - she's fighting her deadliest adversary - Shego - so she has to summon that inner ferocity in order to survive. Plus, as I've stated elsewhere on this forum, the look on Kim's face after she kicked Shego off the BN HQ roof in So the Drama wasn't so much an evil gloat as it was the satisfied grin of someone who's finally defeated the local bully.
    That's how I view it, anyway....

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    I tend to agree with TWD. Kim is not evil. She can be a little petty, eccentric at times, sometimes vain, sometimes self-doubting in certain areas, quite obsessive-compulsive in other ways, and definitely aggressive when it is called for. There's no doubt she loves a good fight, especially when she wins. But I wouldn't call those looks evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    I tend to agree with TWD. Kim is not evil. She can be a little petty, eccentric at times, sometimes vain, sometimes self-doubting in certain areas, quite obsessive-compulsive in other ways, and definitely aggressive when it is called for. There's no doubt she loves a good fight, especially when she wins. But I wouldn't call those looks evil.
    But it was never shown what happens when she loses...

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    Actually, we did see what happens when she loses - just watch ASiT: Present.

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    Yeah... And what did Kim do? Plan to keep on going alone since circumstances kept her from having her usual backup, and likely would have adjusted tactics accordingly.

    That said, Kim actually loses fairly often. Not the overall goal, but the 'you cannot thwart stage one' stuff. And she just comes back for more, so we see her lose pretty often, its just rarely a full scale "the villains win" type of deal since the villains fully winning would be a series changer with the scale of their schemes.

    As for 'evil Kim'; she has a dark side that we see in glimpses, certainly, but to get it blatantly visible and consistent you'd either have to cross serious lines (think of STD, then amp that up to eleven), or completely screw her mind so much that she's a completely different person, either by attitudinator if you're fine with handwavium or by doing so much psychological damage that she's a completely different person.

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    Smile

    And I agree with TransWarpDrive, Kim is not evil. It is rather inspiring, not bitter. If the team and a man who shows signs of evil is Ron. Even if you remember in one episode he was evil and it was even scared Shеgo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim_possible_ View Post
    And I agree with TransWarpDrive, Kim is not evil. It is rather inspiring, not bitter. If the team and a man who shows signs of evil is Ron. Even if you remember in one episode he was evil and it was even scared Shеgo.
    That was in the episode Bad Boy, when Ron was accidentally hit with Drakken's evil because Jack Hench's "Attitudinator" device malfunctioned. As you'll recall, Kim enlisted Drakken's aid in repairing the Attitudinator (since he'd been endowed with Ron's goodness by the same malfunction). Once that was done, their good and evil qualities were switched back, and Ron became his old self once again.
    But Ron was not naturally evil. That's my whole point. Drakken was evil - although his evil was, as was pointed out in Bad Boy, merely on the same level as that of a schoolyard bully.

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    I find it interesting that in the episode "Stop Team Go", everyone who was fighting was hit by the Attitudinator...........except Kim herself.

    Attitudinator?..........Okay, Electronique must have gotten Dr. Heinz Doofenschmirtz to modify that thing for her. ............before HE got his own show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    I find it interesting that in the episode "Stop Team Go", everyone who was fighting was hit by the Attitudinator...........except Kim herself.

    Attitudinator?..........Okay, Electronique must have gotten Dr. Heinz Doofenschmirtz to modify that thing for her. ............before HE got his own show.
    I have to wonder if the creators of Phineas and Ferb actually based Dr. Doofenschmirtz's character on that of Dr. Drakken. Both are wildly ambitious, yet totally inept, "bad guys" who are more buffoonish than villainous. I found I really can't hate either one of them; at times they both seem rather pathetic in their bids for power and/or attention.

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