She famously adopts untypical teen slang such as "So not the drama", "No big" ("no big deal"), as well as the series' catch phrase, "What's the sitch? At Middleton High School, she is popular and charismatic, as well as an excellent student.She has an irritable and demanding personality that often affects her work, yet she fulfills the role of a protagonist by using her intelligence and sensibility to 'save the day'.They either felt jealous or rooted for each other's crushes.Now moving on even more to season 3, there were major clues that Kim and Ron were destined to be more than just friends especially in the episode, Emotion Sickness, which shows Kim's emotions being manipulated to the point of falling in love with Ron.Ron is a Type B teen: he is laid-back, ambivalent and somewhat random.
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Kim and Ron have a very distinctive relationship of opposites that covers both their personalities and their natural aptitudes.
Kim is a Type A teen: a perfectionist who sets high standards for herself and is concerned about her image.
He served as the "bumbling sidekick" and best friend to Kim Possible.
His antics are often those of a comedian, providing distractions to villains, but he also served as an anchor to Kim's competitive and image-conscious personality.