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Her younger brother refers to Walter as Dr. D when they talk about him on the phone.
She’s not even sure if he knows any of her teams’ actual names anymore really. At first she had attempted to correct him but stopped trying after awhile (part of her was flat out amused at the possibility she saw in her head of Mathias meeting them one day,messing up and forgetting their names like hers’ was everyday). Cartoons watched while she baby-sat him when they were both much younger have long been part of their common vocabulary.
Part of her still balked against it though because the “Kim Possible” analogy was far from being a perfect one.
The title character might work alright. Olivia fighting bad guys – she didn’t have gadgets or kung fu like Kim (more detective than action star, although she could mix it up) but she was still utterly determined and willing to drop her private life at a moments notice if she was needed.
That would mean Peter was Ron, which was made her giggle just to think about it. Other than equating loyalty, that really didn’t fit.
The Dr. Drakken to Dr. Bishop comparison that had started this whole thing off both was showing more similarities the more she poked at it in her head. Dr. Bishop wasn’t going for world domination, but the scary thing was that if he was trying, if it was him making those plans and not Dr. Drakken, he might actually do it. Then again in the cartoon Dr. Drakken hadn’t actually been bad at all. Many times he was over emotional and sensitive to criticism. And in the end he had even helped to save the day from aliens using his new-found, accidentally self-inflicted plant powers, earning what he had truly wanted all along, recognition from the scientific community and world at large.
….it had been an odd show.
(Would Gene be their Rufus? Oh God, she was giving this way
too much thought.)
But where did that leave her in this analogy? She supposed she would most logically be Wade. That would even be kinda cool and somewhat apt. She was good with computers, always in the background, constantly available.
Part of her twisted away from that though. The same part that dressed up at as a princess every year for Halloween even when she was right in the middle of her feminist stage in college. That part of her that reveled in not only being a girl but being girly.
Wade was wonderful, component and very clearly a good guy but......Shego was awesome.
And she had to help out her Dr. D, after all.