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Motor Ed
Production Number: 208
Season: 2
Executive Producer(s): Unknown
Writer(s): Laura McCreary
Art Director(s): Unknown
Dialogue Director(s): Unknown
Broadcast Information
US Broadcast Number:
Disney Channel US Premiere:
May 21, 2004
Toon Disney Premiere:
April 18, 2005
DVD Releases:
Kim Possible: The Complete Second Season
iTunes Releases:

Characters (in order of appearance)

Plot Summary


Personal Storyline



Main article: Motor Ed (episode)/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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Kim needs the help of new kid Felix Renton to save Ron from Motor Ed.

Mission Briefing

  • Villain: Edward Lipsky alias Motor Ed
  • Evil plot:
  • Kim's transportation:

Episode Description


Main article: Motor Ed (episode)/Transcript

Running Gags


Middleton High School readerboard

"Spelling Tutors Kneaded"

Memorable Quotes


  • 30th episode in chronological order.
  • Only episode where Ron's traditional red jersey outfit does not appear.

Production Information


  • When Kim and Ron are on the ride, you can see that Kim starts off in her pink outfit. Her outfit then switches to her turquoise and black one, and then back to her pink one.
  • The text on the box that supposedly contains the "turbonic charger valve" moves from the center to the right during the wind tunnel scene.
  • Motor Ed steals three monster trucks but when he attacks Kim at the Junkyard he has five of them.
    • Not so much an "error"… just because we only saw him steal three, does not mean he did not steal more and we just not see him do it.



  • Motor Ed refuses to cut his hair. The biblical story of Sampson relates to this. He could not cut his hair because of his religious vows and thus it gave him strength. In the end, his wife Delilah cut his hair as an act of betrayal. Delilah is also the name of the hairstylist Motor Ed fires.
    • Actually, considering Ed's penchant to give people nicknames, like Kim "Red" and Shego "Green" or "Babe", it is just as likely he called the hairstylist "Delilah" because of the biblical story in regards to her clipping his hair, and not that it is her name.
  • During the Monster truck scene, Felix and Ron are talking about which game is better, Zombie Mayhem 2 or Zombie Mayhem 3. This is an allusion to the Resident Evil games, which at that time were up to just Resident Evil 3.


Full Credits

Main article: Motor Ed (episode)/Full Credits
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