Kim Possible

Season 2 Episode 26


Aired Daily 1:30 AM Mar 12, 2004 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

It's super villains in love when Drakken hits on DNAmy for her mutation skills. Only Kim and her genius science fair partner can stop Middleton from becoming extinct at the claws of a Barney-gone-baddie.

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  • All for mad science

    Dr. Drakken and Shego steal an invention from a lab and beat DNAmy to it. However nether Shego or Drakken know how to use it properly. As a result Drakken and DNAmy team up to make mutant monsters. Meanwhile Kim and Monique are having their own partner woes with Kim being partnered up with a brainy workaholic named Justine who takes over and gives Kim nothing to do while Ron is being a bum and dumps the whole project on Monique. Not only do Kim and Monique have to deal with less than desireable partners but Drakken grows fond of DNAmy but it turns out she has feelings for Monkey Fist.moreless
  • All in the name of science.

    DNAmy had hoped to utilize the Genomic Sequencer, but it's stolen from under her by Drakken. He aims to genetically alter his henchmen, but (as you would expect) he doesn't quite get the hang of it. He's soon forced to charm the genial geneticist into helping him. Meanwhile, it's science project time at Middleton High. Ron is content to sit back and have Monique do all the driving. Kim is paired with Justine Flanner, a science whiz who sees her new partner as unnecessary.

    Though this episode seems to coast less than others from around the same time, it's somewhat unremarkable. The scenes with the villains (as in a number of episodes) are funnier than those with the heroes as Drakken finds himself falling for DNAmy. There's a moderately exciting climax as a prehistoric beast gets loose in Middleton, as well as an amusing moment when Kim tries to impress Justine with knowledge of scientists that she rescued, though Ron's laziness drags the whole episode down.

    Both halves did enough work to earn a passing grade.moreless
  • This episode is about Drakken and DNAmmy working together.

    Kim, hoping not to be stuck with Ron as her science project partner instead gets a brainiac who won’t let her do anything at all. Kim gets very angry and tries to show the braniac that she isn't dumb. Monique, gets Ron and quickly becomes exasperated by his trademark laziness. Monique warns Ron that she isn't going to do anithing unless Ron is willing to do something but Ron doesn't care if he fails because he feels that Monique will do all the work. Meanwhile Drakken and DNAmy work together to create a monstrous dragon. My favorite part of this episode was the parts of this episode where Monique tries to work with Ron but Ron shows no interest in helping because he expects that Monique will do all the work because unlike him she does care of her grades and Yet Ron does not.moreless
  • It was great!

    It starts out when Drakken wants a mutation device only to find out that a women named DNAmy wants it to. He finds out who she is and teams up with her.

    Mean while Kim is having troubles with her pertner, and it's not Ron! It's Justine Flanner, and she starts out a jerk, but ends up a nice girl.

    Through out the episode, Amy flirts with Drakken, while Shego teases him about it, Ron slacks off, and Kim is trying to impress Justine. The whole thing is a big mess. There's love, science, fighting, and mutants!moreless
  • Dr. Drakken woos DNAmy for her genetic research, in which he will use to create an army of killer mutants. Meanwhile, Ron and Monique get paired together for the science fair, while Kim gets Justine Flanner, a teenage super genius.moreless

    Super villain team ups or always fun, and this episode features the team of Drakken, Shego and DNAmy. Personally, I find DNAmy to be the creepiest of all the Kim Possible villains. It’s just something about her that gets to me. Maybe it’s her sweatshirts, or obsession with cuddle buddies, but the woman gives me the creeps. Even more surprising is the fact that she is a heartbreaker! You’ll have to watch the end of the episode to see what I mean. As for the other half of this episode, it is weird seeing Ron as the master manipulator. It is not a surprise that he is a slacker when it comes to school work, but seeing him taunt Monique was. Kim had a new experience, teaming up with a girl who is way smarter then her. Justine had a nice charm to her. She is busting from the seams with sarcasm and arrogance, for a moment it looked like she could be a distant cousin of Shego. Now, “Partners” doesn’t have much in a way of plot. Bad guys create monster, and good guys stop it. Plus, it felt shorter than the usual episode. While it’s not something to write home about, it is still a nice installment of Kim Possiblemoreless
Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik


Guest Star

Melissa McCarthy

Melissa McCarthy


Guest Star

Rider Strong

Rider Strong

Brick Flagg

Recurring Role

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Professor Allenford, Dino-Thing

Recurring Role

Patrick Warburton

Patrick Warburton

Mr. Barkin

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (6)

    • The stripe at the bottom of Ron's shirt turns red twice when he and Monique are firing the donuts.

    • Kim's hair is again missing its lines in the vault-opening scene during the opening title (at least when this ep aired in Canada). It is merely a block of solid color on her head.

    • When DNAmy walks down the stairs to her lab and says "Watch your step!" her mouth doesn't move.

    • When Kim and Justine present the continuum disrupter to Mr. Barkin, the machine's control box has a gap (opposite the switch's "off" position) that wasn't there the night before.

    • When Barkin flips the the continuum disrupter's switch, an aerial comes out and points to our right. When Barkin says "come on!" the aerial is pointing out the window.
      Also, when the aerial comes out, the disrupter makes the same sound as when it emitted a beam the night before; this time, no beam is emitted.

    • When Shego is jumping towards Kim in the fight scene, Kim's pants turn black.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Draken and DNAmy: Kim Possible! (to each-other) You know Kim Possible?!

    • Drakken: Worthless piece of. . .
      Shego: Problems?

    • Kim: Okay, how weird is this?
      Shego: Very. Thank you.

    • Drakken: Fine! New plan! I charm this DNAmy woman into doing my bidding. (Shego looks at him) What?
      Shego: Nothing.
      Drakken: You don't think I can be charming?
      Shego: I didn't say a word.
      Drakken: You'll see, Shego. The doctor is making a house call. (growls)

    • Scientist: Amy? They said that you lost it! That your experiments were insane! That you were locked up forever!
      DNAmy: Yes. True. They were. Got out.

    • DNAmy: Go away! You stole my genomic sequencer!
      Drakken: Ah, yes, sorry about that. By the way, were you injured?
      DNAmy: When your girlfriend blasted me?
      Drakken: When you fell from heaven, for you are surely an angel.

    • DNAmy: Well, Mr. Forward! Who are you?
      Drakken: I am Dr. Drakken!
      DNAmy: M.D. or dentist?
      Drakken: Evil mastermind... on the brink of world conquest. . . ring a bell?
      DNAmy: Isn't that Professor Dementor?

  • NOTES (3)


    • DNAmy: You have got to be the biggest meanie in the world!
      Dr.Drakken: Ah, so you have heard of me!

      This is a direct spoof of Pirates of the Carribean, in which Captain Jack Sparrow says exactly the same thing.

    • Ron: Come on, trust me.

      Ron grabbing Monique with the line, "Trust me," is remenicient of Aladdin in the Disney movie Aladdin grabbing Jasmine and asking her if she trusts him.

    • Drakken: The doctor is making a house call.(growls)

      When Drakken growls (like a tiger) it's an imitation of Bob Hope growling at a pretty girl walking by (a habit of playboy 'wolves' in the 50's imitating Bob imitating 'wolves'...

    • DNAmy: "Honey Bunny" and "Sugar Booger"

      The phrases "Honey Bunny" and "Sugar Booger" both appear in the lyrics to the Carl Perkins song "Lend Me Your Comb." Also the armed robbers in the restaurant scenes in "Pulp Fiction" refer to each other as "Honey Bunny."

    • Jurassic Park:

      The footstep vibrations in the pool of cheese is an homage to a scene in Jurassic Park, where the vibrations from a large dinosaur walking can be seen in a glass of water.