Disney Channel (ended 2007)
Is anyone besides me tired of always seeing kim win? Who else thinks that kim should finally go up against a foe that defeats her?
Like in Graduation Part 2?
Nobody's perfect,and i'm also tired of her being so nice all the time,she's too forgiving!!!
Like in So The Drama?
And kim never gets into trouble..well,ok yeah she got detention 1 time,but that's it!? Come on, she can't be a total goody goody,they should show a different side of kim. I think they should show an episode where we get to see the normal teenage girl part of kim,instead of the superheo part. In every episode she's always on a mission and saving someone,it get's boring.And how in the world does she find time to save someone and make time for cheerleading practice or whatever,they should have an episode where kim gets so caught up in something like shopping or whatever that she isn't able to complete a mission.
and has to ask someone to help like team go or....wade and monique could go on a mission that would be interesting,and while their saving someone kim and ron can go out on a date or whatever and not have to worry about missions,saving people,evil villians,etc.
Like in Team Impossible, A Sitch in Time, Go Team Go, Mathterand Fervent, Stop Team Go, Mentor of our Discontent, and etc...
I know that the examples above are not perfect examples, but they are episodes that are out of the norm, here and there, IMO.
Please and Thank You,
Tony M. Victorino
I second MajehKing's post. The show wouldn't be worth watching if Kim didn't always win.
Note that they're very rarely moral victories, though. Kim has been known to employ methods that she herself has decried as "unethical" and "evil" (like mind control) on more than one occasion. She also has a tendency to be hypercompetetive, condescending/patronizing, jealous, and above all, quick to violence. She's not perfect. But that's what makes her a well-rounded character rather than just a Mary Sue.
|I don't mind the show, but Kim's voice gets on my nerves sometimes, it's far too perfect.|
Yeah, Kim can be too perfect for her own good. She doesn't follow the whole "everybody makes mistakes" rule that everyone else follows.