T.V. Series Review: Kim Possible Season 2

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Kim Possible Season 2 Summary

Season 2, Episode 1: Naked Genius

After a mission to stop Drakken from using a top secret machine, Ron suddenly begins exhibiting profound knowledge and intelligence in his algebra writing. When he is kidnapped by Drakken and forced to construct a doomsday device, however, Kim and the subtly-changed Rufus must save him.

Season 2, Episode 2: Grudge Match

Ron goes to ridiculous lengths to grab the attention of a pretty girl at the theater. Meanwhile, Kim uncovers a conspiracy at the Space Center involving top secret technology, battle robots, and a disgruntled former employee.

Season 2, Episode 3: Two to Tutor

An absurdly skilled Ron schools a hopelessly clueless Kim in the art of cooking at their new elective class while Shego tutors Señor Senior, Jr. in the art of villainy. When the duo set out to steal a valuable recipe, Kim has to put the lessons she’s learned to the test.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Ron Factor

Global Justice conducts an intensive study of Ron to determine whether he is the secret to Kim’s success. Unfortunately, an evil rival organization called W.E.E. has plans of their own for him.

Season 2, Episode 5: Car Trouble

After flunking driver’s education, Kim is visited by an artificially intelligent vehicle called Sadie whose creator Dr. Freeman has been kidnapped by Drakken to improve his army of robots.

Season 2, Episode 6: Rufus in Show/ Adventures In Rufus-Sitting

Rufus in Show: Rufus poses as a Peruvian hairless show-dog so that Kim can investigate the mansion of a master jewel thief.

Adventures In Rufus-Sitting: Kim agrees to babysit Rufus while Ron is in France for a while. A series of events lead him to become the target of Shego, Duff Killigan, and Monkey Fist when he unknowingly swallows a microchip they’re after.

Season 2, Episode 7: Job Unfair

Kim is hot on the trail of Drakken and Shego after they steal a flying weather machine in a bizarre plot to attack Canada. At the same time, a disastrous job affair leaves her to deal with an obsessive janitor and Ron’s mysterious spy master.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Golden Years

Kim tries to skirt the old fashioned overprotectiveness of her elderly paternal grandmother ‘Nana’ Possible during a visit to Florida while she unravels Drakken’s latest mind-controlling plan.

Season 2, Episode 9: Virtu-Ron

The MMORPG world of Everlot is under the iron grip of an evil figure known only as the Wraithmaster. To impress Zita, Ron plays and excels with the expert advice of Wade. When he and Zita become trapped inside the game, however, he crosses paths with the Wraithmaster who just happens to be competing for her affections as well. Ron’s only hope is for the return of the enigmatic Tunnel Lord, the only one strong enough to fight the Wraithmaster head on.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Fearless Ferret

On a trip for his hospital volunteer work Ron is roped into the life of an old wealthy hermit (voiced by Adam West) and assumes his costume and tools as the next Fearless Ferret crime-fighter. However, White Stripe, one of the Fearless Ferret’s old enemies, returns for revenge. Discovering Ron’s new secret life, Kim finds there is more to his new mentor than meets the eye

Season 2, Episode 11: Exchange

Middleton High welcomes mysterious wild-haired Japan native Hirotaka while Ron transfers to an equally secret ninja school in a student exchange. As he makes himself at home, Kim and Monique get into a steadily intensifying competition to gain the exchange student’s affections. Meanwhile, in Japan, Ron must foil Monkey Fist’s attempts to steal the immensely powerful Lotus Blade.

Season 2, Episode 12:Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles/Day of the Snowmen

Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles: Drakken and Shego attempt to breach Area 51 with a giant poodle that an also-gigantified Rufus must fight, while Ron uses the attack to shoot his monster movie.

Day of the Snowmen: Kim and Ron must defeat an army of mutant snowmen that come to life and attack Middleton after a freak storm.

Season 2, Episode 13: Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time Part 1

Ron is suddenly forced to move away, putting the future of the team in question at a very bad time as Drakken, Shego, Duff Killigan, and Monkey Fist have teamed up to steal the Time Monkey which will give them the ability to alter the very timestream of reality.

Season 2, Episode 14: Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time Part 2

Kim travels back in time to stop the villains from meddling with her past. However, her enemies are one step ahead and decide to strike in her preschool years when Kim is at her most vulnerable, and then again on her first rescue mission as a pre-teen.

Season 2, Episode 15: Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time Part 3

Kim and Ron take the battle to Shego, who has stolen the Time Monkey for herself to take over the world, in a dystopian Middleton of the future.

Season 2, Episode 16: A Very Possible Christmas

Ron is disappointed that his favorite Christmas special, Snowman Hank, has been canceled and replaced. Meanwhile, as a gift to Kim, Ron decides to foil Drakken’s latest world-conquering plan himself so that she can enjoy the festivities with her family. But when he and Drakken end up stranded in the North Pole, Kim, her family, and Shego have to search for them.

Season 2, Episode 17: Queen Bebe

Kim gets swamped with commitments and obligations to all her clubs and school organizations. To make matters worse, Drakken’s robotic Bebes have returned and gained super speed.

Season 2, Episode 18: Hidden Talent

Ron signs an unwilling Kim up for the school talent show after Bonnie announces her intent to crush any competition. Her plans to sing are interrupted when Wade begins acting erratically and makes Kim and Ron recover a supposedly stolen teleportation device from Professor Dementor, the duo unaware they are being secretly manipulated by Drakken and Shego.

Season 2, Episode 19: Return to Camp Wannaweep

On their way to cheerleading camp, the squad again finds itself at Camp Wannaweep for the Spirit Stick Competition. Kim deals with having Bonnie as her bunk-room partner while Ron cannot overcome his strong suspicions about an apparently reformed and cured Gill.

Season 2, Episode 20: Go Team Go

On a trip to bustling Go City, a bird-themed supervillain named Aviarius attacks the Bueno Nacho Ron and Kim are visiting, and Kim inadvertently gains super-strength when she attempts to foil the villain. The two teens quickly find themselves involved with the retired superhero group, Team Go, who, Kim quickly learns, are Shego’s brothers. But with Team Go powerless against Aviarius and their two youngest members captured, they must enlist the help of none other than Shego herself.

Season 2, Episode 21: The Full Monkey

Kim accidentally becomes bonded with a mystic amulet while fighting Monkey Fist, and begins transforming into a monkey. Ron must find a way to change her back while avoiding the complications Josh Mankey’s attention may provide.

Season 2, Episode 22: Blush

Just in time to complicate her growing crush on Josh Mankey, Drakken sprays Kim with a rare pollen that creates a hole on her bellybutton that makes her slowly vanish more and more each time she’s embarrassed. Ron and Wade’s attempts to find another dose of pollen are complicated when Kim is asked out on a date by Josh, and now Kim must fight Drakken and Shego without Josh finding out about them.

Season 2, Episode 23: Partners

Kim, hoping not to be landed with Ron as her science project partner, instead gets a brainiac who won’t let her do anything at all. Monique gets Ron and quickly becomes exasperated by his trademark laziness. Meanwhile, Drakken charms DNAmy into creating a giant monster for him

Season 2, Episode 24: Oh Boyz

To help his son’s ongoing quest to become a pop music sensation, Señor Senior, Sr. kidnaps the Oh Boyz band to blackmail their record company. The plan backfires when Ron winds up captured along with them. The record executive, finding the Oh Boyz’ disappearance to be a profit windfall, is in no hurry to help so Kim must rescue Ron and the band on her own.

Season 2, Episode 25: Sick Day/ The Truth Hurts

Sick Day: Kim catches a nasty cold from the Tweebs, but still accepts a mission to guard a mysterious machine. After Drakken and Shego steal the device, her mother insists that she stay in bed to rest while Ron and then the Tweebs take up her duties. By the time matters are resolved, everybody on both sides of the conflict has caught the cold.

The Truth Hurts: In a mission to save a prominent scientist from Drakken, Kim and Ron are hit with a truth-telling raygun. Ron adapts well to his new honesty while Kim has to bite her tongue during a visit from Dr. Possible’s bosses.

Season 2, Episode 26: Mother’s Day

As a part of Mother’s Day mother-daughter bonding, Kim and her mother Dr. Possible decide to foil Drakken’s latest scheme together. Drakken, on his part, is forced to deal with the unexpected visit of his mother while he attempts to steal a batch of Syntho-Plasma.

Season 2, Episode 27: Motor Ed

After a series of high tech robberies, Kim must stop the plot of a rogue scientist-turned rocking trucker called Motor Ed, with a little help from her new friend Felix.

Season 2, Episode 28: Ron Millionaire

Naco royalties suddenly make Ron a tremendously wealthy multimillionaire, then he proceeds to squander his newfound fortune on a posse of fake friends and spending binges. Out of greed, Drakken steals Ron’s money to complete his latest doomsday scheme.

Season 2, Episode 29: Triple S

After a long list of attempts to turn himself into a jock go sour, Ron gets a new chance to compete in the X games when he and Kim are sent to investigate a series of robberies seemingly involving the Seniors, who have recently lost their wealth to a white-collar criminal.

Season 2, Episode 30: Rewriting History

Kim discovers a century-old scandal involving the theft of a wondrous energy storage device, her paternal great-great aunt Miriam “Mim”, and amusingly the ancestors of many of her friends and foes including Ron, Professor Dementor, Dr. Drakken, Shego, and Wade’s great-grand uncle Wayne. Kim must work quickly to both clear the name of her paternal great-great aunt “Mim” and find the device in time before the entirely Tri City is destroyed by the massive explosion it will create.

Kim Possible Season 2 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A fun show featuring Kim, Ron and a naked mole rat.

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