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This page is for minor characters in the fictional universe of Disney's animated television series Kim Possible. Typically, these characters only appear once or twice, serve no purpose other than to further the plot, and are not specifically stated to be an enemy or ally to Kim Possible.



Amelia is a minor character mostly seen in the first season of the series. Believed to have graduated from Middleton High by season 2, and implied to be the school's unofficial "beauty queen" until then. Amelia constantly brushes off Ron's attempts at flirting, but welcomes him into her popular circle during the episodes All the News and The New Ron. In All the News it is also mentioned she briefly dated - and dumped - Brick Flagg.

Voiced by Carly Pope and later Tara Strong.

Bobo the Chimpanzee

Bobo the Chimpanzee is a recurring character from Disney's animated television series Kim Possible.

He debuted in the Second episode (airtime) of Season 1 [1], and returned in the 13th episode. [2] Since then he has appeared, or has been directly/indirectly referenced, in a number of episodes. He is unique in the franchise in that, while he is a recurring secondary character, he has only ever been seen during flashbacks.

Bobo was the animal mascot for Camp Wannaweep, a run down sleepaway camp located in forests somewhere outside of the fictional town of Middleton. [2]

Several years prior to the start of season 1 he shared cabin 13 with a young Ron Stoppable. During which time ran rampage through the cabin, destroying its furnishings and menacing Ron to the extent that he suffered from a pathological fear of Monkeys for years afterwards. [3]

Bobo is presumed to have left Wannaweep after it closed down, as he was not present during the events of "Sink or Swim, [1] or "Return to Camp Wannaweep". [4] His current whereabouts are unknown.

Based on production order, Bobo was initially scheduled to appear as a flashback character in the 3rd episode of Kim Possible (“Monkey Fist Strikes”),[2] where he was to be introduced, and used to explain Ron's fear of Monkeys as a sub-plot relating to the villain Monkey Fist. He was then scheduled to reprise his role in episode 11 (“Sink or Swim”) [1], where his connection to Ron was to be reinforced, and he was to be used to as part of the explanation of why Ron feared returning to Camp Wannaweep.

However, due to differences between the production order and the order in which episodes were aired, Bobo was first introduced to audiences (air date) as a nameless character in episode 2 [1]. His connection to Ron was stated, but his ongoing importance to the franchise was not noted as Ron's fear of Monkeys had not yet been introduced. He then returned in episode 13, where he was named. His role as the source of Ron's recurring fear of monkeys was also introduced (along with the fear itself). [2]

Brick Flagg

Brick Flagg is the star quarterback of the school football team. He generally appears to be good natured and harmless (if dim-witted), thus avoiding the stereotypical "jerk-and-bully" attitude that usually accompanies such characters. He is usually seen dating Bonnie. He is a year ahead of the other students.

He features most prominently in All the News when a deliberate misinterpretation of Ron's makes him Kim's boyfriend. Thus he's kidnapped by Adrenna Lynn in order to gain revenge on Kim and Ron for exposing her as a fraud. Other than that he is seen intermittently throughout the series' first three seasons. On one occasion he does show a violent tendency, in Exchange when his jealousy of the exchange student Hirotaka's popularity with the opposite sex leads him to pick a fight with his rival. Hirotaka avoided his punches until Brick wore himself out. Then Hirotaka simply pushed him down with a flick of the finger.

In A Sitch in Time Kim and Ron saw Brick in the original Middleton High School -- now a mind control center for Shego run by Bonnie -- near the front row. He's grown fat and is now bald. They never spoke to him and he had no dialogue at all. Once they succeeded in defeating Shego the entire timeline is erased. In Season 4 Brick has moved on to college, "after seven years of high school", according to Mr. Barkin. He also has dumped Bonnie, having finally realized just how "mean" she is.

Brick is voiced by Rider Strong, Will Friedle's (Ron) co-star on Boy Meets World. He is likely named in reference to Rick Flag, a popular character from the DC comics series Suicide Squad.

Doctor Cyrus Bortel

A selfish inventor, Doctor Bortel represents a gray area in the show's universe of "good guys." Though he seems to have no evil intentions himself, his inventions show very questionable ethical consideration, and tend to wreak havoc in Kim and Ron's lives. Bortle developed the Moodulators and Mind Control Chips, both of which affected Kim and Shego in The Twin Factor and Emotion Sickness. His motives are self-centered and profit-driven (considering he designed the Mind Control Chips for no particular purpose), and his devices' negative effects are from criminal misuse by others, usually Drakken. Cyrus has never been one to truly accept the consequences of his inventions. His original intent for the Moodulator devices was to sell them on eBay, although he never considered who might want to buy them or what they might want to use them for. He is a tad unorganized, as seen in Emotion Sickness when he failed to notice the Kimmunicator's presence until it took off.

Voiced by Enrico Colantoni.

Doctor Vivian Frances Porter

Dr. Porter appeared in a single episode during Season 2. She is a noted robotics authority who hid her true identity behind a pseudonym, and a robotic boyfriend named Oliver (whom she built), because she believed that she wouldn't be taken seriously as a scientist because she looked like a fashion model.

Prior to the start of the episode Grudge Match Dr. Porter was Dr. Fen's lab assistant, but she quit after she had enough of Fen's attitude, and of him taking credit for her work. However, after she left, Fen claimed that he had fired her because she "couldn’t keep up". He then framed her for the theft of an experimental robot that he was supposed to be building. Though this was really a ruse so that he could steal the robot, which she had in fact designed, for himself.

After being engaged to retrieve the robot, Kim eventually figured out who the real genius was and pointed out Fen as the fraud. Fen was arrested and Dr. Porter was awarded his position in the robotics lab.

She’s a fan of "Robot Rumble", which was founded by Oliver. (However, since Oliver is a robot built by her, it could be said that he's a mere facade and Dr. Porter is the real founder.)

She is voiced by Shawnee Smith.


A hairstylist who cut and styled Ron's hair in The New Ron. He later appeared in Rufus in Show when he lent Ron and Kim his poodle.

He is voiced by Rob Paulsen who does several other voices in the series.


A cute Japanese exchange student in Exchange as Ron goes to Japan in his place. He quickly gains popularity with the girls which leads to a confrontation with Brick Flagg. He wins that fight without a sweat. Later he and Kim practice their martial arts styles with Kim ending up all winded and Hirotaka not breaking a sweat. Both Kim and Monique like him and even fight over him but they reconcile when they later find out that Bonnie was his "number one girlfriend".

He is voiced by John Cho.

Josh Mankey

Kim's former love interest. His full name is Joshua Wendell Mankey. Being an artist, musician, and overall popular student, Kim had a crush on him. In Season 3 it is revealed that Josh and Kim went their separate ways. Ron dislikes him, calling him "Monkey" because of his last name.

He is voiced by Breckin Meyer and later A.J. Trauth. Trauth co-starred in the Disney Channel Series Even Stevens with Kim's voice actor, Christy Carlson Romano.


Works at Bueno Nacho. He is the assistant manager. He has very little dialogue except in the episodes Bueno Nacho, Grande Size Me, So the Drama and Larry's Birthday. Ned made a cameo appearance in Grudge Match, with no spoken lines. He seems to have a fond friendship with Ron. Voiced by Eddie Deezen.

Elsa Cleeg

Elsa Cleeg is a famous fashion critic on television. Elsa knows what's hot and what is not . . . what's here today, and gone tomorrow. Elsa is the authority on fashion, and even influences Club Banana. Elsa would use Kim's mission clothes to create "Kimstyle." This upset Kim, who couldn't wait for the fad to end. She is voiced by Wendie Malick.

Oh Boyz

Robby, Nicky Nick, Ryan, and Dexter were a once-popular boy band whose fame has gone away, their only fan being Ron. They were on the verge of breaking up when the Senor Seniors kidnap them with the intention of putting Junior in the group. Ron is also kidnapped along with them. They use their dancing skills to get away from the laser cannons aimed at them and finally learn to work together as a group again.

They are known as Robby, the funny one, Nicky Nick, the cute one, Ryan, the youngest one and Dexter, the smart one.

They are voiced by Justin Shenkarow as Dexter, Jason Marsden as Ryan, Joey Fatone as Nicky Nick, and Lance Bass as Robby, the latter two being actual members of N'Sync.

Interesting side note, Nicky Nick dated pop star Britina and had a highly publicized break up with her. This was obviously referencing the breakup of Justin Timberlake with Britney Spears and Nick Lachey with Jessica Simpson.

Their unscrupulous manager Roland is voiced by David Cassidy of The Partridge Family, himself a former teen idol.

Songs appearing in the series are Hello, Hello, Hello ("Bye Bye Bye"), Quit Playing Games with my Head ("Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)"), The Shape of my Head ("Shape of My Heart"), and I Want It My Way ("I Want It That Way").

There has been mention of the music in episodes Oh Boyz, Bad Boy, Stop Team Go and others.

Robby is the only character on the show to have his birthday revealed (March 16), but since he found out that he was a Pisces, he became disgusted due to the fact that he hates fish.

Pain King & Steel Toe

The star wrestlers of the GWA and 'arch-foes' in the ring, they are actually good friends. They can be told apart by their costumes, which allude to their stage names -- Pain King wears a gold coronet, while Steel Toe has footwear made of titanium.

They are also the favorite wrestlers of Kim Possible's friends Ron Stoppable and Monique: on a fight night, Ron usually can be seen rooting for Steel Toe, while Monique prefers Pain King. In one episode they team up with Kim, Ron and Rufus to take on the Jackal. After the combined efforts of Ron, Rufus and Kim manage to return him to normal Steel Toe and Pain King beat him up and toss him into the crowd. They reappear shortly in Dimension Twist, when Kim and Shego end up in a televised match.

They are voiced by actual pro wrestlers Bill Goldberg and Andrew Martin.

Prince Wally

Prince Wallace the Third of Rodigan was a snobbish, spoiled and arrogant prince of the kingdom of Rodigan whom Kim was charged to protect from the Knights of Rodigan in Royal Pain, because of his ancestors' tyrannical behavior towards them. The prophecy read that the monarchy would end with him.

To avoid an untimely end, Wally stayed in Middleton at the Possible home, where he made a failing attempt to blend in and keep attention away from himself. After which he announced his candidacy for student body president. After Kim saved him from the knights, he decided to make his nation a republic and renounce his throne, but not before finishing his term as student council. Despite his intentions, he and his father haven't been seen since. However his decision to renounce his rights did fulfill the prophecy.

Prince Wally is voiced by Rob Paulsen. King Wallace is voiced by John O'Hurley.

Private Cleotus Dobbs

Dobbs is a Private in the US Army charged with guarding a Neutronalizer Ray in Mind Games. Doctor Drakken kidnaps him and switches brains. Somehow he manages to contact Kim for help.

He was voiced by Dan Castellaneta.

Professor Acari

Acari is an insectologist (entomologist). Kim recovered his robot tick (that Drakken had stolen), in Tick-Tick-Tick. In return, he gave her a ride in The Full Monkey. Acari also made a surprise reappearance in Roachie. His former lab assistant, Chester Yapsby, stole his roflex (a device Acari had invented to increase the size of insects) and used it for evil.

Voiced by Maurice LaMarche.

Professor Ramesh

An astronomer. One of James Possible's old college friends. Kidnapped by Doctor Drakken's Killer Bebes in Attack of the Killer Bebes, as revenge for making fun of him in college, and fell victim to one of Drakken's "silly hats" in Showdown at the Crooked D, he is also in the series finale, Dr. Possible, his brother Slim, and Prof. Ramesh are playing golf at the local Country Club, and find evidence of vandalism.

Voiced by Brian George.

Professor Robert Chen

One of James Possible's old college friends. He is Ramesh's partner, and was the first target for the Bebe robots. He was saved by Kim and her dad. It is unknown if he survived the invasion; his cell phone abruptly went dead during a conversation with Mr. Dr. Possible, and a space observatory would be considered an early warning post (and therefore a priority target) by an intersteller military.

Voiced by Gedde Watanabe.

Rabbi Katz

Rabbi Katz appeared in Ron the Man. Rabbi Katz is Ron's rabbi who performed his Bar Mitzvah. Apparently he forgot to sign Ron's Bar Mitzvah certificate forcing Ron to question if he were really a man. Fortunately he helps Kim bring Ron to his senses.


Tara is a blonde-haired, blue-eyed cheerleader. She had a crush on Ron in the beginning and kissed him after he saved the cheerleaders from Gil Moss in Camp Wannaweep, but he doesn't find out until long after her interest faded when she started going out with Josh Mankey. She presumably broke up with Josh before So The Drama. The name of the boy she went to the prom with was Howard McTroy.

Tara's voice actor is Tara Strong, who shares the same name, and also plays Joss Possible and Britina.

Timothy North

Appearing in the episode The Fearless Ferret, Timothy North is a former TV actor who had played the role of the titular character on the TV show "The Fearless Ferret", a TV superhero in the vein of the Batman TV series from the 60's. However, his show was canceled after two seasons, so he used his money to duplicate the set. Over the years, North had actually believed that he was the Fearless Ferret, and, as such, disappeared into his delusions.

When Ron arrived at North's house and learned of his former role (the one that he refused to let go of), North attempted to train Ron into becoming a new Fearless Ferret. Although Ron was excited at first, he eventually came to his senses and, with Kim's help, tried to help North realize that it was time to move on from his TV life.

In the episode, he plays the same role to Will Friedle's Ron as Bruce Wayne to Terry McGinnis (also played by Will Friedle) as mentor to a new generation of hero, as a nod to Batman Beyond.

Timothy North is voiced by none other than Adam West, the very man who North's character was based on (right down to the similarities of their names).

Zita Flores

Zita has been in three episodes. She's Hispanic and interested in the computer game Everlot. She appears to have been Ron's first serious girlfriend. Appears in episodes Grudge Match and Virtu-Ron.

In Graduation, she appears (unvoiced) as Felix's girlfriend. Zita's name together is a pun, "Zita" meaning "rose" in Spanish, and "flores" the Spanish plural meaning "flowers." Voiced by Nika Futterman


Minor characters in Kim's network. They typically play no other prominent role besides bringing Kim to her destinations. As of Season 4, the use of rides has dwindled due to Kim now having her own vehicle, but they're still in use for when the car's incapacitated.

  • Baxter
    In Mind Games, he let Kim and Ron ride two of his donkeys down into the Grand Canyon in return for Kim performing an emergency delivery for his donkey, Buttercup (in the dark, in the rain, and during a mudslide).

He was voiced by Dan Castellaneta.

  • Bernice
    She gave Kim a ride in Naked Genius for saving her town from a leaking dam. She gave Kim another ride in Team Impossible. She apparently has started working with jets since then.

She's voiced by Nancy Cartwright, who also does the voice of Rufus.

  • Captain Louis
    Captain Louis gave Ron a ride to Dr. Drakken's base in the episode A Very Possible Christmas. We learn that Kim saved his boat from sinking, but that Ron exacerbated the trouble by busting the radio and using the navigational chart as a napkin. Fortunately, Louis couldn't remember Ron's full name, nor especially what he looked like.

He was voiced by John DiMaggio, who also voiced Drakken and Motor Ed.

  • Mr. Geminini
    He worked for Doctor Bortle. He gave Kim, Ron, and the tweebs a ride to Bortle's lab in The Twin Factor. He's a twin too, but his brother's in prison.

He was voiced by Dan Castellaneta.

  • Gustavo
    Gustavo gave Kim and Ron a ride in his plane in Tick-Tick-Tick for saving his village from a flood (which is hinted that Ron was the cause of).
  • Heinrich
    He gave Kim a ride in Crush after saving his village from an avalanche that Ron accidentally caused. He made a reappearance in Team Impossible.
    He's voiced by John DiMaggio, who also voiced Drakken and Motor Ed.
  • Joe
    Helicopter pilot who gave Kim & Ron a ride to the Bebe's hive island off the Gulf Coast of Florida in Queen Bebe. Since Kim's wearing a pair of super-speed shoes during the ride, time moves so slow for her that we never find out what favor she carried out in exchange for his ride.
  • Mr. Magnifico
    In Bonding, Mr. Magnifico and his circus company gave Kim a ride to a "top secret research facility" on their train. This was in return for Kim acting as a substitute high-wire acrobat after the original acrobat twisted her ankle.
  • Mrs. Mahoney
    Mrs. Mahoney gave Kim her first ride ever for a mission, as seen in A Sitch in Time in payment for saving her cat.
  • Mr. Parker
    In Bueno Nacho, Mr. Parker flew Kim to Wisconsin in his crop duster after she saved his business by going organic, allowing her to paradrop onto the world's biggest cheese wheel.
  • Ricardo
    In Gorilla Fist, Ricardo gave Kim a ride to South America in his plane for saving his chicken farm from a mudslide. Presumably, she dried up the mud with her cordless hair dryer.
  • Unnamed Marine Colonel, He gave Kim a ride to Cambodia in a military transport plane in Monkey Fist Strikes after she tipped him off to an assault that was due to take place.


  1. ^ a b c d Kim Possible, episode 2, Sink or Swim (7 June 2002)
  2. ^ a b c d Kim Possible, episode 13, Monkey Fist Strikes (13 September 2002)
  3. ^ Kim Possible, episode 9, Monkey Ninjas in Space (7 March 2003)
  4. ^ Kim Possible, episode 37, Return to Camp Wannaweep (16 January 2004)


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