Hey Everybody, I've got a crazy idea|
I was looking through viewer comments, and I've noticed
that everyone is becoming a bit cynical because of the
lack of new episodes. Well, I think I may have a solution.
Every Friday, I will post an "unseen scene". That is, new
material I thought up for the old episodes you're forced
to see again and again do to the lack of airing new ones.
So, until we start getting new ones (or until I'm asked to
stop) I will be posting "unseen scenes" every Friday. I'll
even post one now, sort of a sample.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 1|
Episode: Kimmitation Nation.
(Inside the auditorium for the 'Evil Clone Awareness'
assembly. Steve Barkin is finishing his speech.)
Barkin: So remember: only *you* can prevent mad scientists
from stealing your DNA and creating an evil clone army of
yourself. Thank you.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 2|
(Ron sits on his bed, an open phone book on his lap. He
picks up his phone, finds a number, and dials it.)
Ron: Hello, Sandra? Listen, I'm looking for a date to the
dance. Maybe you'd care to- Hello? Hello?
(Ron hangs up, finds another number, and dials.)
Ron: Hello, Samantha? You know that dance that's coming up?
Well, how'd you like to go with a really swell guy. (Pause)
No, I meant me. Hello? Hello?
(Ron hangs up, finds another number, and dials.)
Ron: Hello, Shego. Hi, yeah, I know that you're Kim's arch
enemy's assistant and all, but what do you say to putting
that aside and going to a school dance with me? Hello?
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 3|
Episode: All the News
(Inside of a radio station. A DJ is on talking into a
microphone. Next to him sits Ron.)
DJ: Well, thank you, Dallas, for that traffic update. Hey,
everybody, guess what? We have a special treat for you
today; you've read it in the Middleton High school
newspaper and online; now, here is Ron Stoppable himself to
give us an on the air reading of his latest column, Ron.
Ron: Thank you, here's what's going on. This weekend Bonnie
Rockwaller and Amelia had thrown a part, inviting only the
coolest of the cool. For those of you who weren't there, it
was a great party. The band was loud, the food was awesome,
and secrets were exchanged. Social outcasts, take a cue and
get with it. Speaking of bands, the hottest garage band
this week are the Irate Fish. They describe themselves as a
mixture of Rock and Blues and will play any gig. Here's a
quick item for you. Semicolons: you'll never actually use
them. Don't bother. Finally, a piece of advice: don't eat
the meatloaf that the lunch lady has prepared this week, we
have reason to believe that it's funky. And I don't mean
that in a good way. Well, that's all for this edition of
the Ron Report, I'll see you next time. And don't forget to
read the special Monday edition, which will feature the
much awaited story of Kim Possible's date with quarterback
Brick Flagg. This is Ron Stoppable, signing off.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 4|
(Kim an Ron sit at a table at Bueno Nacho. Ron has five
burritos laid out in front of him.)
Kim: Ron, don't you ever get tired of burritos?
Ron: Kim, a burrito is never aburrido.
(Ron downs one of the burritos.)
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 5|
Episode: Attack of the Killer Bebes
(Kim is watching a new cheerleading recruit's audition. The
cheerleader finishes her routine and goes to Kim, anxious
for the results.)
Kim: You're routine was good and all, but we just don't
have any spots open. I'm really sorry.
Cheerleader Hopeful: Oh, I'll never be a cheerleader.
Kim: Don't take a negative attitude, there's always next
Cheerleader Hopeful: Kim, I'm a senior.
You make some interesting posts too. Hey, here's a sort of
different "Unseen Scene" for you. It's Christmas eve today,
you ever wonder what goes on in Middleton on Christmas Eve?
Well, I do. Here's what happens.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 15|
The Night Before Christmas (Special Kim Possible Edition)
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all though Middleton,
Not a villain was stirring, not Shego or Drakken.
Wade had scanners hung with great care,
In case some crazy villain tried to build a lair.
The Tweebs were tucked securely into bed,
While visions of firecrackers dance in their heads.
A I in my cargoes and Ron with his rat,
Had just settled down for a well-deserved nap.
When all of a sudden, the Kimmunicator picked up a blip,
I sprang from my bed, to see what was the sitch.
I immediately ran to the window,
Tore open the curtains and searched for my foe.
When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
8 reindeer pulling a sleigh (red, out of season I fear).
The sleigh moved fast, as if powered by jets,
It zoomed to the roof, quickly at that.
"The Chimney!" I thought, is where he'd come through,
So I dashed to the living room, to do what I do.
I got there first, I lay in wait,
Just in case, he wouldn't cooperate.
He soon came down, I'd never seen him before,
Not Monkey Fist, the Jackal, or either señor.
He was dressed all in red (very tacky I thought),
He had a beard like Killagan, but a kilt he had not.
Then he started placing presents under the tree,
And it came to me, Oy! Oh gee!
It was Christmas eve, how could I forget,
This guy was so totally not a threat.
I left him to work, laying gifts all around,
Most of mine were from Club Banana, as I later found.
When he was done, up the chimney he went,
This I did not try to prevent.
I stuck my head out a window to watch him depart,
And as he did, he yelled something I keep dear to heart.
"Merry Christmas, Kim Possible, you're doing great!
Keep beating those villains, don't hesitate!
And to your sidekick Ron (Yes, I remember his name),
Wish him well, let him share some of the fame!
And I'll say, as I fly out of sight,
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
Sorry, the last (official) "Unseen Scenes" should have been
Vol. 6. Tune in this Friday for Vol. 7!
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 7|
Episode: Pain King vs. Cleopatra
(A reporter stands outside of Pain King and Steel Toe's
Reporter: And so tonight, in Mayhem in Middleton, Pain King
and Steel Toe will battle it out in a no-holds barred death-
match. Behind me is the strictly off-limits locker area
where both men are preparing for the fight. With two such
terrible enemies placed in such a small place, one can only
imagine the vicious, terrible scene that is taking place
(Cut to the inside of the locker room, where Pain King and
Steel Toe are idly talking)
Pain King: I feel that "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was the
Steel Toe: Come on. How can you compare "Hamlet" to "A
Midsummer Night's Dream"?
Pain King: Well, "Hamlet" was fine, in a tragical sense. It
was quite simply a tale of vengeance; a young man deciding
how to cope with the loss of his father and how he might be
properly avenged. But "A Midsummer Night's Dream" proves to
be a bitter sweat satire of human emotion. Shakespeare
cleverly lampoons the thoughts and feelings that go through
a person's mind when they fall in love. Another point that
I feel makes this a superior play is that he is able to
lampoon one of his own plays inside of this one. The story
of "Pyramus and Thisbee" is clearly a spoof of his
own "Romeo and Juliet".
Steel Toe: Ah, but you've forgotten that that tale existed
long before Shakespeare wrote that play. In fact, in
originated in ancient Greece, it just so happened that
Shakespeare was the first to actually transcribe it.
Pain King: True, true.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 8|
(Drakken has the mind control chip after Shego has stolen
it from the vault)
Drakken: Finally, mind control will be mine!
Shego: Great, one question: who are you going to use it on?
(Drakken stares at Shego)
Shego: Oh no! No! I will NOT be controled! I am a free
spirit! I'll walk out again!
Drakken: OK, Shego. I can't make you do something you don't
want to do. Hey look, Kim Possible!
(Shego turns and looks for Kim, while her attention is
diverted, Drakken slaps the mind control chip onto Shego's
forehead. Shego turns rigid.)
Drakken: Well, that was easy.
Shego(under mind control): Yes Doctor Drakken.
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 8|
Episode: Sink or Swim
(Kim and Barkin have just left to go get more firewood)
Tara: Ron, there *is* a place to get firewood, right?
Ron: Yes, yes there is. The old firewood pile.
(Flashback to Ron's days at Camp Wannaweep. Young Ron
approaches a towering firewood pile)
Young Ron: Get firewood, I can do that.
(Young Ron pulls a few logs from the bottom of the pile
and begins to walk away. Suddenly, the pile begins to
shake and falls on top of Young Ron)
Young Ron(Buried under wood): OW! Help!
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 10|
Episode: Monkey Fist Strikes
(Holo-Kim and Ron are flying in an airplane to see Lord
Holo-Kim: Ron, we're just going to talk to him.
Ron: Sure, about monkeys.
Holo-Kim: Don't worry, Ron. It won't be a long talk.
Ron: Good, because if I hear the word ‘monkey' one more
time I'm going to scream.
Stewardess(Over PA system): Good evening, passengers. It's
time for our in-flight movie, "12 Monkeys".
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 11|
Episode: Animal Attraction
(Kim and Ron sit, watching TV)
News Anchor: And in the news, it seems that there was an
error while manufacturing Animology books.
Kim and Ron: What?
News Anchor: It appears that while putting the book
together, some personalities were mismatched. Not all are
affected though; for example: The soul mates of Teal Cats
and Plaid Chameleons are not affected. Manufacturers of the
book are working around the clock to correct the mistakes
made. Of the information released, it is revealed that the
Green Goldfish's soul mate is a Yellow Ant, the Orange
Koala's mate is the Beige Seagull, and the Blue Fox's mate
is the Pink Sloth. More on this story as it unfolds.
(Kim and Ron sit in stunned silence. Finally, Ron speaks.)
Kim: Yes, Ron?
Ron: Is Plaid a color?
"Unseen Scenes" Vol. 12|
Episode: Kimmitation Nation
(Interior of Drakken's lair. Drakken is reading a magazine.
Shego wanders in, looking for something.)
Shego: Hey, Drakken, have you seen Joey?
Shego: Joey, the guy from the beach.
Drakken: Oh, him. Something came up, he had to leave.
(Cut to a launching pad, where the muscle man is sitting
inside a small rocket. The rocket warms up, and blasts off.)