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Clean Slate
Production Number: 418
Season: 4
Executive Producer(s): Bob Schooley
Mark McCorkle
Writer(s): Mark Palmer
Art Director(s): Unknown
Dialogue Director(s): Unknown
Broadcast Information
US Broadcast Number:
Disney Channel US Premiere:
July 28, 2007
iTunes Releases:

Characters (in order of appearance)

Plot Summary


Personal Storyline



Main article: Clean Slate/Transcript

Memorable Quotes


Team Possible's Clothes



Misc Images From Episode

Supplementary Information

Middleton High School Reader Board

Team Possible's Transportation




Behind the Scenes

Cast & Crew

  • Executive Producers
  • Story Editor
  • Writers
  • Art Director
  • Line Producer
  • Storyboard Supervisor
  • Voice Talent
    • See Character List Above
  • Dialogue Directors
  • Voice Casting
  • Storyboard
  • Timing Directors
  • Lead Character Design
  • Character Design
  • Character Clean-Up
  • Location Design
  • Prop Design
  • Background Paint
  • Color Stylists
  • Main Title Design By
  • Production Manager
  • Overseas Animation Supervisor
  • Technical Director
  • Storyboard Revisions
  • Continuity Coordinator
  • BG Key Color Correction
  • Animation Production by
  • Film Editor
  • Assistant Film Editor
  • Pre-Production Track Editor
  • Animatic Editor
  • Scanners
  • Track Reading
  • Supervising Sound Editor
  • Sound Editor
  • Foley Mixer
  • Foley Artist
  • Re-Recording Mixers
  • On-line Editor
  • Original Dialogue Recording
  • Assistant Dialogue Engineer
  • Manager of Music Production
  • Post Production Manager
  • Post Production Supervisor
  • Audio Supervisor
  • Post Production Coordinator
  • Production Coordinators
  • Production Associate
  • Production Secretary
  • Production Control
  • Casting Manager
  • Script Coordinator
  • Produced by
    • Walt Disney Television Animation


  • Score by
    • Adam Berry
  • "Call Me, Beep Me! The Kim Possible Song"
    • Written and Produced by
      • Cory Lerios
      • George Gabriel
    • Performed by
      • Christina Milian


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During a fight with Drakken and Shego, Kim gets amnesia and loses all her memories. Ron now takes on the task of getting her back to her usual self. Meanwhile, Drakken comes up with a plan to turn the military into his slaves. It annoys Ron that Kim can remember almost everything except that she and Ron are dating.

Mission Briefing

  • Villains: Dr. Drakken, Shego
  • Evil plot: Steal Memory Recovery Machine, in order to remember plot to dose military food supply with mind control serum
  • Kim's transportation: Ron's scooter

Episode Description


Running Gags

Kim eventually remembers everything, except that she and Ron are a couple who are dating each other. Absolutely nothing convinces her of that fact, until he loses his pants for the third time, triggering her full memory.

Middleton High School readerboard

"Remember Your Homework"

Memorable Quotes

Drakken: So long, Kim Possible. You used to think you were all that, but you don't remember the all thatness that you used to think that you were then, but not now….
Shego: Yeah just, yeah j-just stop.

(After Ron Loses his Pants on the Train causing Kim's memory of their relationship to come back)
Kim: I remember, I REMEMBER!, I gave you the belt for our half-versary.
Ron: Yeah, I still don't get exactly what that is…
Kim: Ron! I remember that you're my boyfriend, and that I think I love you!
Ron: For real?
Kim: For real.
(They hug)
Ron: Now this is a memory


  • This episode first aired in New Zealand on July 4th, 2007.
  • In this episode, Ron loses his pants, not once, not twice, but three different times:
    • After the first mission.
    • Right after Kim gave Ron the reinforced with titanium half-iversary gift of the belt.
    • Right after Ron took off the belt to cut off the steam, after which Kim remembered they were dating.
  • This episode is the first in which Kim tells Ron she thinks she loves him.
  • The little girl, Kaitlin, who asks for Kim's autograph as her "biggest fan" was named for and voiced by a Real Life seven year old girl diagnosed with a brain tumor as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation[1].

Production Information


  • This episode is stated to takes place six months after the events of So the Drama, which likely took place in April or May, and therefore would place this episode in October or November. However, Kim had her original mission outfit in "The Cupid Effect", which, being set in February, would obviously take place after this episode.
  • In the pic that Ron shows Kim at Bueno Nacho to help her remember that they are dating, Kim is wearing earrings and her dress is not destroyed at the bottom like it was in the movie So the Drama, and the episode Ill Suited.
  • Two of the flashbacks in which Kim remembered Ron losing his pants originated from the episode Exchange. Kim, however, was never there, so she could not have remembered those incidents.
    • Another flashback of Kim remembering when Ron losing his pants originated from Sick Day, when she was sick at home, and was not with him, so there is no way that she could have remembered the "Little pants related mishap", when he was bungee-cording down into Drakken's lair so that he could recover the stolen Ray X.
  • After Kim fails to stop Shego, Wade suggests that cheerleading practice might help Kim remember how to fight. But Wade should have years worth of footage of Kim fighting during missions, yet does not think to mention or show them to her.
  • Ron thrusts Kim, who is suffering from memory loss, into a mission where he expects her to fight Shego, but does not think to check whether Kim remembers how to fight at all until after Shego starts attacking.
  • Ron really should not have had so much trouble convincing Kim that they were dating. If nothing else, the people who did not help him, should have.
    • There should have been plenty of material in the home movies covering the period where Ron and Kim were dating. But judging from Kim's reaction when Ron first mentioned it, the implication was that her parents did not even see fit to inform her.
    • Ironic that Monique made such a big deal about Kim and Ron dating for six months, yet would not help Ron convince Kim. Very fortunate then that Kim did not meet someone she was interested in dating while she was out shopping with Monique.
    • Kim's refusal to take Ron at his word was likely influenced by the fact that no one else close to her supported Ron's claim. And considering how easily Kim fell victim to Shego's lie, Kim could just as easily have been talked into thinking she was evil.
    • While the preferred method was allowing Kim to remember on her own, having a boyfriend should have taken some sort of priority over that. Especially since, just as with crime-fighting, she did not believe it initially. What everyone but Ron failed to appreciate was that Kim being told Ron was her boyfriend, by multiple sources, was far more important than her accepting it right away. Kim did accept that she alone had memory loss, so she eventually would have accepted that if enough people were reinforcing an idea, it was likely true.




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