|No Known Affiliations|
| James Possible (great nephew)|
Slim Possible (great nephew)
Kim Possible (great grandniece)
Jocelyn Possible (great grandniece)
Jim Possible (great grandnephew)
Tim Possible (great grandnephew)
|No Known Love Interests|
|No Known Pets|
|Behind the Scenes|
|Christy Carlson Romano|
Miriam "Mim" Possible supposedly was the great-great aunt of Kim Possible, a noted reporter of the early 20th century who was characterized as spunky, headstrong, and disrespectful of authority. However, being the primary subject of a dream shared by both her supposed descendant Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable, it is unclear if she actually did exist.
Mim's best friend was Johnathan "Jon" Stoppable, and the two mirrored the relationship of their descendents. She possessed considerable fighting talents despite the general belief of the time period that women were incapable of fighting, and was able to fight despite wearing period dress. She is mentioned of having assisted Constable Barkin and Jon with a number of investigations, including a warehouse arson case and a caper involving African diamonds.
The Electrostatic Illuminator:
Mim was wrongfully accused of stealing a new invention, the Electrostatic Illuminator, exhibited at the 1904 World's Fair, created by the ancestor of Professor Dementor, Professor Demenz. During a demonstration of the device during which it set of a lightning bolt of considerable size, she pointed out to the professor that it had dangerous potential in the wrong hands. She convinced Jon to convince Steve Barkin's ancestor, Constable Barkin, that extra security was needed and while he did that she went to speak with the Professor again.
Unfortunately, during that time a theft was carried out by Dr. Drakken's ancestor, Bartholomew Lipsky and his assistant, Shego's ancestor, Miss Go. Although Mim attempted to intervene, this turned out to become a fatal mistake as during the fight with Miss Go over the ESI she caught the case as it flew open, leaving a shocked look on her face as Wade's ancestor, Wayne took the picture at the exact wrong moment, leaving incriminating evidence. The caper continued up onto the Fair's Farris Wheel, during which the ESI was lost.
She fled after the incident with her name tarred black by Constable Barkin, who had presumed she stole it herself and refused to listen to alternative reasons. For this, she became known as the family black sheep even within her own family. It would be a hundred years until her innocence was discovered...
Or at least, would have been if the entire incident was more than a dream.
Canon Relation/Metafictional Data:
Due to executive meddling by Disney, the sequence involving the ESI was turned into a dream sequence. However, Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle stated that the characters themselves are canon, if not the events they were shown to be involved with.
The characters involved are unmentioned outside of Rewriting History, leaving most of her actual history obscured.
She is voiced by Christy Carlson Romano, just like Kim is. There are slight differences in the voice acting (primarily in an effort to sound more period), but generally its the same voice.