T.V. Series Review: Kim Possible Season 4

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Kim Possible Season 4 Summary

Season 4, Episode 1: Ill Suited

It’s the start of Kim and Ron’s fourth and last year at Middleton High School as seniors, and they’re still in a relationship after the events of the So the Drama movie. Ron, however, starts to believe that Kim will dump him for a jock, and “secretly borrows” Kim’s experimental enhanced battle suit from the movie to join the football team. Meanwhile, Dementor attempts to steal the battle suit for his own uses.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Big Job

After Kim becomes tired of coupon funded dates, she and Ron decide to get jobs. Meanwhile, Señor Senior, Jr. breaks Shego out of jail to help him commit a series of crimes to honor Señor Senior, Sr.’s birthday.

Season 4, Episode 3: Trading Faces

Mysterious crimes are committed by celebrity friends of heiress Camille Léon and Kim has to find out why. Meanwhile, Kim’s brothers are advanced through school and join her in high school and, much to her dismay, her missions.

Season 4, Episode 4: The Cupid Effect

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Wade develops a strong crush on Monique, which makes him invent a love ray so that she will return his affections. Meanwhile, Ron takes Kim and Monique to Paris, France, and the Seniors try to conquer half the world using Wade’s new invention so that every girl will fall head-over-heels in love with Jr.

Season 4, Episode 5: Car Alarm

Kim finally manages to get her own car: a literal fixer-upper that her dad once owned. However, chaos ensues when the Tweebs volunteer to trick it out. Meanwhile, Shego is broken out of prison by way of Motor Ed and assists in his latest caper.

Season 4, Episode 6: Mad Dogs and Alien

Jim and Tim take over Middleton Mad Dog duties at the high school, much to Ron’s chagrin. Drakken is finally broken out of prison by a towering alien woman named Warmonga, who believes him to be “the Great Blue”, prophesized by her people, the Lorwardians, to lead them to universal conquest.

Season 4, Episode 7: Grande Size Me

In an attempt to prove the Wheel of Good Eating wrong, Ron gains a dangerous amount of weight by eating nothing but Bueno Nacho, but soon this rebellious act turns deadly when he falls into a vat of serum during an investigation at HenchCo. and it transforms him into a giant rampaging mutant, while Kim must protect a HenchCo. device from falling into the wrong hands.

Season 4, Episode 8: Clothes Minded

When Kim’s usual mission attire is no longer available for purchase at Club Banana, she tries to look for a new one, all while worrying about college admissions and Drakken’s latest scheme to reform the continents into the next Pangaea.

Season 4, Episode 9: Big Brother

Ron has his hands full when he has to care for both a sack of flour (as part of a school project) and his new adopted baby sister Hana, not to mention help track down Monkey Fist, who is in search of three stone keys that will lead him to a secret weapon. To make matters worse, he also has to break the news to his old crush Yori that he and Kim are dating now.

Season 4, Episode 10: Fashion Victim

A trio of fashion-obsessed criminals, the Fashionistas, seek to make off with Club Banana’s newest fashion designs. Camille Léon, having allied with them, also takes the opportunity to get revenge on Kim by framing her for the theft. With Ron currently putting up with Mr. Barkin, who also works at Smarty Mart, her last hope lies in Monique.

Season 4, Episode 11: Odds Man In

Ron decides to make some crime fighting calculations to see how much danger he and Kim are in during their missions. Meanwhile, Drakken is helped by corporate consultant Hank Perkins with his latest take-over-the-world scheme to bring forth the next Ice Age.

Season 4, Episode 12: Stop Team Go

When Shego appears at Middleton High School as a substitute teacher, Kim is shocked to learn that her old rival is actually acting nice for once. However, it’s not a voluntary decision on Shego’s part. Rather, she and her brothers, Team Go, have been affected by their old enemy Electronique with her recently stolen, new—and improved—Attitudinator.

Season 4, Episode 13: Cap’n Drakken

Kim and Ron are forced by Mr. Barkin to spend a week at the seaport (without any modern items of any type), where Drakken opens a treasure chest and becomes possessed by a pirate captain’s spirit.

Season 4, Episode 14: Mathter and Fervent

A freak altercation with Team Go’s number-focused foe, the Mathter, leaves Ron affected by his power. Now, Ron’s destroying everything he touches, and Kim and Hego need to do something.

Season 4, Episode 15: The Mentor of Our Discontent

Martin Smarty gives Ron a new job at Smarty Mart – be a role model for his rebellious son, Artie. Meanwhile, Drakken and Frugal Lucre team up to take control of Smarty Mart’s new stockbots.

Season 4, Episode 16: Oh No! Yono!

After discovering baby Hana walking on the ceiling, Kim and Ron try to get to the bottom of her secrets. Soon, they are called by Master Sensei and Yori, who ask them to help stop Monkey Fist, who has found a new ally in Yono the Destroyer as he continues his search for the secret weapon.

Season 4, Episode 17: Clean Slate

Kim is struck by amnesia during a mission, while Drakken attempts to gain control of the military. Kim soon remembers everything about her life again, except the fact that she and Ron are a couple.

Season 4, Episode 18: Homecoming Upset

Things get out of control when Ron and Bonnie become the homecoming king and queen. Now Kim has two problems to deal with – a computer expert seemingly kidnapped by Señor Senior, Jr. and Bonnie making a move on her boyfriend.

Season 4, Episode 19: Chasing Rufus/ Nursery Crimes

Chasing Rufus: After both Ron Stoppable and Camille Léon accidentally lose their pets behind during a fight, Rufus and Debutante go on an adventure across the globe to find their respective owners.

Nursery Crimes: When the mysterious and creepy Nanny Maim begins reverting people into super babies and using them in a world-wide robbing spree, Kim must use her natural babysitting skills to save the day.

Season 4, Episodes 20: Larry’s Birthday

Kim must keep her cousin Larry away until his surprise birthday party is ready, as well as stopping Dementor from stealing her battle suit.

Season 4, Episodes 21-22: Graduation

While Ron worries that graduation means the end of his romantic relationship with Kim, a vengeful Warmonga returns with her battle-mate, Warhawk the Conqueror, to invade Earth. On graduation day, Kim is abducted along with Drakken by the alien invaders, and must work alongside him, Ron, and Shego to foil the Lorwardians’ planetary assault.

Kim Possible Season 4 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A fun tech and spy cartoon.

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