Shego is a fictional character from Disney's animated television series Kim Possible, voiced by Nicole Sullivan. The character, ever since her first appearance in the episode Crush of Season 1, appears as Dr. Drakken's sidekick though in some episodes acts as a mercenary for other villains. She is one of the franchise's main antagonist, and one of its most recurring characters.
Shego is one of the most mature characters in the franchise. Unlike most other Kim Possible villains, she is not afflicted with megalomania or narcissism. However, despite her generally rational and sane demeanor, she is frequently impatient and quick to anger, especially when she feels that someone is being obnoxious, stupid, or sexist. She also has a strong sense of sarcasm and a tendency to mock those around her. Her brother, Hego, once summed her up as a "cranky smart-mouth, prone to excessive violence."
As a villain, Shego is dedicated to her work, but often appears unmotivated and unambitious, dividing her free time between lounging in Drakken's lair reading villain magazines, filing her clawed gloves, and visiting spa resorts. For the most part, she does not initiate any schemes of her own, instead preferring to assist others as an enforcer or infiltrator. Despite being one of the smartest villains (or perhaps because of this fact), she generally prefers simple tactics, often involving physical force or intimidation, instead of the use of high technology gadgets and elaborate schemes. Because of her effectiveness as a sidekick, Shego appears to be well-respected among the villain community, as some of them have broken her out of prison in order to enlist her assistance. Shego frequently displays feelings of disrespect towards the franchise's other villains.
Despite her fearsome persona, Shego is one of the few antagonists in the franchise to regularly consider the potential downsides of a scheme. She has expressed concern over cruelty to animals and paused at the thought of stealing a wheelchair from a handicapped boy, stating that it was "a low act" even for villains such as Drakken.
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