Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time (2003 TV Movie)
expanded made-for-cable movie based on the characters from the series
Wade mentions that a matter transporter might put one's insides on the outside, like the unfortunate lab animal in "The Fly".
The line "Everything hakuna, right?"
"You're weird, but I like you."
Inane supervillains travel back in time to sabotage the hero, yet choose the most evasive, ineffectual way to go about doing this.
Kim Possible's version of IaWL's proverbial "what the world would be like if someone hadn't done this," with Shegoton in place of Pottersville.
When Ron says "he's more robot than golfer now" about Robo-Duff, this mirror's Obi Wan Kenobi's assessment about Darth Vader "he's more machine than man now".
The time-travel scenario, involving characters from the past rescuing themselves from a future dominated by evil, is a parody of the earlier film's plot.
Future Duff Killigan's name is "Robo-Duff"
Movie tells of the humorous time travel of plucky young heroes to prevent an "alternate dystopian" timeline from becoming reality, and different ages of the same person interact with each other.
Pretty, athletic heroine has to stop the bad guys from assembling the components of an ancient mystical artifact which grants unlimited time travel powers.