Dating the enemy 4 of 6 08 june 2016 pdtv

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Drakken (John Di Maggio) and his sidekick Shego (Nicole Sullivan), a relentless mad scientist and supervillain duo, but Kim and Ron occasionally encounter other enemies as well.

Although essentially a comedy series, Schooley and Mc Corkle also combined elements of adventure, relationships and humor in order to appeal to both boys, who are primarily interested in action, and girls, who are more-so attracted to relationships and character development, while aware of the "ancient truisms" surrounding the belief that boys are generally less likely to watch a series starring a female lead.

Inspired by the scarcity of female-led animated series as well as their own daughters, the episodes, some of which are based on the creators' own high school experiences, combine elements of action, adventure, romance and comedy to appeal to both girls and boys, while parodying the James Bond franchise, spy and superhero films, and teen sitcoms.

Distinct in its humor from other Disney Channel series, Schooley and Mc Corkle developed a fast-paced sitcom-style dialogue to appeal to adult viewers and parents.

Long-time collaborators, television writers Bob Schooley and Mark Mc Corkle had already been writing for the Disney Channel for several years, contributing to the animated spin-off series Aladdin and Hercules.

The characters Rufus, Ron's pet naked mole rat, and Wade, a young computer genius, were eventually added later, but the series is essentially about Kim "who is incredibly competent in the action world but challenged in the real world by all the things we all have trouble with ...