Kim Possible: Season 1, Episode 1

Crush (7 Jun. 2002)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Animation, Action, Adventure
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World-saving cheerleader Kim Possible can do anything! ...Except ask Josh Mankey to the school dance.

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Kim Possible (voice)
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Ron Stoppable (voice)
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Rufus (voice)
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Wade Load (voice)
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Goon (voice)
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Dr. Drakken / Heinrich (voice)
Shaun Fleming ...
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Wade's Mom (voice)
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Britina (voice)
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Shego / Computer Voice (voice)
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Alison (voice)
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Kim has developed a crush on Josh Mankey, a creative artist-type student at her school. She wants to invite him to a school dance, but keeps balking when she's alone with him. Meanwhile, Dr. Drakken and his new sidekick, Shego, have stolen robotic technology from Japanese toy mogul Nakasumi to build a doomsday robot. With Wade's help, Kim and Ron find Drakken and destroy his new robot. Kim finally builds up the nerve to asks Josh to the dance. Written by Tony B4

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Although Crush was aired as the series pilot, it features both Shego, who was a stranger to Kim and company until Kim Possible: Tick-Tick-Tick (2002), and Kim's grappling gun, which she obtained in Kim Possible: Bueno Nacho (2002). This suggests that the early episodes were not always aired in production order. See more »

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Kim: I'll free the hostages, you take this. Jack it into the video.
Ron: You mean, I'm...
Kim: The distraction.
Ron: [dejected] Oh! Always the distraction.
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Referenced in Kim Possible: A Very Possible Christmas (2003) See more »

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