Kim Possible (2002–2007)
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Mind Games 

It may not be Friday, but things get freaky when Kim and Ron switch bodies!

Writers:

Mark McCorkle (creator), Bob Schooley (creator) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Christy Carlson Romano ... Kim Possible (voice)
Will Friedle ... Ron Stoppable (voice)
Nancy Cartwright ... Rufus (voice)
Tahj Mowry ... Wade Load (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Banner Man / Announcer Voice (voice)
Dan Castellaneta ... Private Cleoutus Dobbs / Baxter (voice)
Gary Cole ... Dr. James Timothy Possible (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Dr. Drakken (voice)
Shaun Fleming Shaun Fleming ... Tim Possible / Jim Possible (voice)
Kerri Kenney ... Computer (voice)
Jean Smart ... Dr. Ann Possible / Tutor Woman (voice)
Kirsten Storms ... Bonnie Rockwaller (voice)
Tara Strong ... Tara / Yearbook Girl (voice)
Nicole Sullivan ... Shego (voice)
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Storyline

Kim is called for help from Dr. Drakken, but not; the voice isn't his, but of a Pvt. Dobbs. Drakken has used a brain-switching machine to trade bodies with Dobbs. Kim and Ron go to rescue Dobbs from Drakken's lair. While there, they battle Shego and accidentally get brain-swapped themselves. Meanwhile, Drakken has used Dobbs's body to get into a top-secret project area and steal a new military weapon. When he returns, he finds his new lair destroyed, so he and his henchmen move. While unpacking, he discovers that his body is missing, and he wants it back. While Wade tracks down where Drakken has moved, Kim and Ron get a good taste of what it's like in each others shoes: Ron being bullied and Kim being over-tasked. Wade finds Drakken, and Kim, Ron, and Dobbs return to Drakken's new lair to retrieve the weapon. After battling Shego, Drakken senses a loss and sets the self-destruct on his new lair. With mere seconds to go, Kim and Ron re-switch their brains. Unfortunately, Ron and Rufus ... Written by Tony-B4

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Certificate:

TV-G
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Trivia

Ron asks for a kosher lunch. This is the first indication in the series that the character is Jewish. See more »

Goofs

Rufus is a naked mole rat, a real-life completely hairless animal (as explained repeatedly throughout this series), but when he gets electrocuted he has frizzed fur. See more »

Quotes

Kim: Lets get some, what do you call it... Lunchage?
Ron: Snackage! Kim, snackage. Never lunchage that sounds just stupid!
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 July 2002 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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