The Bebe robots are back and now moving faster than the eye can follow! Kim begins to feel overwhelmed by her multiple commitments.



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Episode credited cast:
Kim Possible (voice)
Ron Stoppable (voice)
Rufus (voice)
Wade Load (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself (voice)
Bebes (voice)


Drakken's Bebe robots (see episode 1.9, "Attack of the Killer Bebes") are back, and they're trying to achieve perfection, this time without Drakken. While stealing equipment to mass-produce themselves, they realize that they need a human mind to coordinate their collective intelligence. While Kim and Ron are investigating the thefts of the equipment the Bebes have stolen, the robots overhear Kim say that Bonnie Rockwaller is the bossiest person. They decide to make Bonnie their queen. The Bebes have also perfected their super-speed, so Wade gives Kim a special pair of shoes he's designed that give the wearer super-speed. (Rufus steals the rodent-sized pair of shoes from a test mouse.) He warns her to use them only once they've located the Bebes, but Kim uses them to catch up on all the favors she's promised: cleaning up a park, decorating the gym for a dance, etc. Once Wade has located the Bebes' lair, Kim and Ron head there via helicopter. But halfway there, time seems to stop to ... Written by Tony-B4

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19 December 2003 (USA)  »

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When Kim becomes hyperspeedy, normal speed people seem to stand still. But when she discovers the kidnapped Bonnie at the Bebes' hive, Bonnie blinks twice. See more »


Bebes: So sorry, Kim. "Fool me twice," and all that.
Kim Possible: Oh, it's not over yet. I'm shutting you down and going to that dance.
Bebes: [points at Kim's mission clothes] Wearing that? How tacky.
Kim Possible: I have a dress!
Bebes: No doubt tackier still.
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Spoofs Star Trek: Wink of an Eye (1968) See more »


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