She's your basic average girl and she's here to save the world. An Alias
-style heroine for the tween-age set, the Disney Channel's Kim Possible is a high-school cheerleader who doubles as a super agent. In "Attack of the Killer BeBes," the first of three episodes, Kim Possible (voiced by Christy Carlson Romano, the star of another Disney DVD Even Stevens
), her sidekick Ron Stoppable (Will Friedle), his naked mole rat Rufus, and supergenius Wade take on a bunch of evil robots controlled by her arch-enemy, Drakken. "Downhill" introduces DNAmy, the wacko geneticist who creates fearsome hybrid creatures. The title of the never-before-seen episode, "Partners," has two meanings--first, Kim and Ron decide to break up their partnership, sort of, and Drakken teams up with DNAmy to form a mutant army to take over the world. Kim and her team have enough smarts, cheerleader moves, and high-tech gadgets to save the day, and the sly wit and Kim's schoolgirl awkwardness can prove appealing to grown-up kids as well. (Ages 6 to 10; cartoon action, bare midriffs, staying out late on a school night) --David Horiuchi
Disney's Kim Possible
is a popular animated series following the exploits of the title character, a teenage high school student who is a cheerleader by day and a super spy by night. Along with her crime-fighting cohorts Ron Stoppable and Wade, Kim takes on a different mission every time she has a chance, as long it's not a school night. This collection contains two exciting Kim Possible
missions: "Attack of the Killer Bebes" and "Downhill", plus a bonus episode "Crush".