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Like many networks, Disney Channel broadcast the Kim Possible episodes in an order that did not match the order in which the episodes were produced, nor the chronological order revealed by the events of each episode. The table below allows for the information to be sorted as needed. It defaults to the broadcast order.

For more details about the episodes themselves, refer to the List of Kim Possible episodes.

Broadcast
number
Episode Chronological
order
Production
order
Production
number
1 "Crush" 13 13 113
2 "Sink or Swim" 8 11 111
3 "The New Ron" 5 5 105
4 "Tick-Tick-Tick" 1 2 102
5 "Downhill" 15 16 116
6 "Bueno Nacho" 2 1 101
7 "Number One" 7 12 112
8 "Mind Games" 6 6 106
9 "Attack of the Killer Bebes" 4 4 104
10 "Royal Pain" 10 7 107
11 "Coach Possible" 11 17 117
12 "Pain King vs. Cleopatra" 12 18 118
13 "Monkey Fist Strikes" 3 3 103
14 "October 31st" 14 21 121
15 "All the News" 16 10 110
16 "Kimitation Nation" 17 19 119
17 "The Twin Factor" 18 8 108
18 "Animal Attraction" 9 9 109
19 "Monkey Ninjas in Space" 19 14 114
20 "Ron the Man" 20 20 120
21 "Low Budget" 21 15 115
22 "Naked Genius" 28 27 206
23 "Grudge Match" 29 24 203
24 "Two to Tutor" 24 26 205
25 "The Ron Factor" 30 22 201
26 "Car Trouble" 31 33 213
27a "Rufus in Show" 32a 28a 207a
27b "Adventures in Rufus-Sitting" 32b 28b 207b
28 "Job Unfair" 22 31 211
29 "The Golden Years" 23 32 210
30 "Virtu-Ron" 33 25 204
31 "The Fearless Ferret" 34 30 209
32 "Exchange" 35 46 225
33a "Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles" 36a 38a 217a
33b "Day of the Snowmen" 36b 38b 217b
34 "A Sitch in Time: Present" 25 39 218
35 "A Sitch in Time: Past" 26 40 219
36 "A Sitch in Time: Future" 27 41 220
37 "A Very Possible Christmas" 37 44 215
38 "Queen Bebe" 38 34 212
39 "Hidden Talent" 39 42 221
40 "Return to Wannaweep" 40 43 222
41 "Go Team Go" 41 35 214
42 "The Full Monkey" 42 45 224
43 "Blush" 43 37 223
44 "Partners" 44 23 202
45 "Oh Boyz" 45 47 226
46a "Sick Day" 46a 52a 231a
46b "The Truth Hurts" 46b 52b 231b
47 "Mother's Day" 47 36 216
48 "Motor Ed 48 29 208
49 "Ron Millionaire" 49 49 228
50 "Triple S" 50 48 227
51 "Rewriting History" 51 51 230
52 "Steal Wheels" 53 53 301
53 "Emotion Sickness" 54 54 302
54 "Bonding" 55 55 303
55 "Bad Boy" 56 56 304
56 "Showdown at the Crooked D" 52 50 229
57 "Dimension Twist" 57 60 308
58a "Overdue" 58a 61a 309a
58b "Roachie" 58b 61b 309b
59 "Rappin' Drakken" 59 63 311
60 "Team Impossible" 60 65 313
61 "Gorilla Fist" 61 64 312
62 "And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI" 62 62 310
63 "So the Drama, Part 1" 63 57 305
64 "So the Drama, Part 2" 64 58 306
65 "So the Drama, Part 3" 65 59 307
66 "Ill Suited" 66 66 401
67 "The Big Job" 69 69 404
68 "Trading Faces" 68 68 403
69 "The Cupid Effect" 70 74 409
70 "Car Alarm" 67 67 402
71 "Mad Dogs and Aliens" 71 70 405
72 "Grande Size Me" 73 72 407
73 "Clothes Minded" 75 73 408
74 "Big Bother" 74 75 410
75 "Fashion Victim" 72 71 406
76 "Odds Man In" 76 76 411
77 "Stop Team Go" 77 78 413
78 "Cap'n Drakken" 78 80 415
79 "Mathter and Fervent" 79 77 412
80 "The Mentor of Our Discontent" 80 81 416
81 "Oh No! Yono!" 81 82 417
82 "Clean Slate" 82 83 418
83 "Homecoming Upset" 83 84 419
84a "Chasing Rufus" 84a 79a 414a
84b "Nursery Crimes" 84b 79b 414b
85 "Larry's Birthday" 85 85 420
86 "Graduation, Part 1" 86 86 421
87 "Graduation, Part 2" 87 87 422

Chronological explanations

The following is a partial listing of points where production order is shown to differ from the chronological order, and is meant to serve to explain the differences between the two listings. Chronological references in episodes are also listed.

  • "Downhill", taking place in winter, must take place after "October 31st".
  • Episode "Job Unfair" is mentioned in episode "Golden Years" to have happened the immediately previous week. Golden Years takes place during Spring Break of that year. By the Christmas episode however, Nana and Ron have met, so by necessity Job Unfair/Golden year happened in the previous school year than most of Season 2.
  • "A Sitch in Time" is described to take place in the beginning of the new school year, but after Ron and Kim have selected their classes (which is done in "Two to Tutor").
  • "Showdown at the Crooked D" takes place during summer vacation, thus before most of Season 3.
  • Season 3 Finale "So The Drama" has production code 305 though it's chronologically placed in the end of season 3.

An episode of Lilo & Stitch: The Series entitled "Rufus: Experiment #607" was a cross-over episode between Kim Possible and that series. The original chronology page gives it #20 and places it between "Monkey Ninjas in Space" and "Ron the Man", even though it premiered on August 26, 2005 and those KP episodes were first shown on March 7, 2003 and April 25, 2003. That placement was chosen because in that episode, Kim mentions Josh Mankey, meaning the episode takes place before season 2. The Chronology Order has been adjusted and does not include the Lilo & Stitch episode.

Production explanations

The production order, as owed to some fans' discovery of inconsistencies, is not the chronological/sequential order demanded by the Kim Possible timeline. The most prominent example of this is So the Drama, which has its production codes in the middle of season 3 yet takes place after the episode "Team Impossible" and before "Ill Suited".

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