Kim Possible was one of those shows that defined your childhood or preteens, like LeVar Burton's Reading Rainbow except without a comeback. It followed the adventures of the titular Kimberly Anne Possible, a cheerleader at Middleton High who doubled as a freelance heroine. Kim never put on spandex or acquired a secret identity; instead, she had her own website where people could book her for jobs with a tagline that promised that she could do anything. Considering she was often traveling far and wide to take down a rogues gallery of bad guys, while remaining on the cheerleading squad and maintaining a high GPA, Kim was totally right about that. Loyally at her side was her childhood best friend Ron Stoppable — and loyally at his side was his naked mole rat Rufus, who was so much cuter than naked mole rats are in real life — not to mention her genius twin younger brothers Jim and Tim, her mission control Wade, and her sassy best friend Monique. The final episode may have aired in , but fans of the show remain nostalgic. Over the course of four seasons, Kim Possible was one of those amazingly feminist shows that taught girls that it was okay to overachieve, that worrying about boys didn't make you any less of a hero, and that you could invent your own slang and still sound sort of cool. Of course, those are far from the only lessons that Kim Possible had to impart. Above all else, Kim Possible was our cartoon idol when it came to reaching for the stars and pulling it off flawlessly.
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Middleton High School is the only known high school in Middleton and is the high school that Kim and Ron attended for the entire series and graduated from in the series finale. It's also part of the Middleton Unified School District. Middleton High School has stairs as well as ramps and elevators for the handicapped. However, Felix Renton , the only known handicapped student, does not actually require their use because of his cyber-robotic wheelchair, which can fly. However, by the time Kim, Ron, and Monique became Seniors  and prepared to eat they discover that the table had been discontinued. Barkin explained that the budget for the Senior Table had been cut to pay for the S. Program,  meaning the Seniors have to go back to mystery meat.
After Ron fails yet another algebra test, Kim and Wade try to help him, but to little avail. Soon, after, he and Kim head to a military base in Iowa to prevent Drakken from getting his hands on "Project Phoebus," a top secret military experiment. During the fight, Rufus is exposed to the project, which turns out to increase one's intellect, and Ron uses him to do well in school. This impresses his teacher, Miss Whisp, who decides to "share your genius with the world", resulting in him creating cold fusion reactors and other things, much to his displeasure. Meanwhile, Kim and a jealous Wade are suspicious of Ron's newfound intelligence, but their attempts to give him a test fail, as Rufus manages to get all the questions right. So Kim travels to locate Dr. Zeruda, creator of Project Phoebus and now living in a cabin in the woods, where she learns about what it does. At his lair, Drakken attempts to design a new doomsday weapon, but finds himself unable to do so.
The image originally showed Riker looking at a younger Picard. The altered image added toilets to show that both were in the bathroom and Riker was "peeking" at the boy. After the initial fads, a string of other ytmnds followed, usually showing sexual innuedos with various shows, movies, etc. On July 14, , a mini-subfad emerged involving a scene from the Disney Channel original series, Kim Possible , showing the two characters Kim and Ron Stoppable changing clothes outside a building as they were preparing to go undercover.