Kim Possible might've only aired for four seasons, but it's still fondly remembered for being a smart and funny animated series about a young female spy and her band of loveable goons. Truth be told, it was way ahead of its time as it explored the issues of feminism, girl power, and relationships in an engaging and entertaining way. Not only did the fans love the show, but so did everyone else as well. Even to this day, most critics refer to it as one of Disney's best and most-respected series. While we wait to see if a live-action film will ever be made, or the series to make yet another comeback, we've dug a little deeper and uncovered the behind-the-scenes secrets of the show.
Crush (Kim Possible)
Kim Possible (character) - Wikipedia
Ronald "Ron" Stoppable has been Kim Possible 's best friend since Pre-K, her next door neighbor, and finally boyfriend, mainly serving as her sidekick during missions. He has blond hair and brown eyes with fair skin complexion and freckles on both cheeks. His face is oval-shaped with a long and pointy nose. Ron was a high school student with an eccentric personality. He served as the "bumbling sidekick" and best friend to Kim Possible. He is the calssic representation of imature and idiotistic white looser male on screen.
Ron's crush in early Season 2; she might have been his first girlfriend. However, sometime prior to graduation from high school, Zita is implied to be dating Ron's best male friend, Felix Renton. When he lost the haircut, he lost Amelia's interest.
Yori was very respectful with everyone she met, the only exception being established villains. Even among people she knew well, she never failed to bow as a sign of respect. She was quite concerned with honor, attempted to behave honorably at all times, and encouraged others to do the same. This is also how she frequently challenged Ron to take the lead role when they were together, and Ron tended to respond to her expectations, both as a way of both proving himself a hero and hopefully impressing Yori as a bonus. Admittedly, most of things that Yori stated would be Ron's honor to do could also have been considered either grunt work, or something a gentleman would be expected to do in a lady's presence which Ron seemed largely unaware of.