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Wounded Relationship. By: Teh Shego's crossed a line that has cost her Dr. Drakken's friendship. You betrayed my trust, and our contract.". Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: Why Drakken and Shego always end up back together even after their worst clashes. Casanova It takes time for the trust to come back. Relationship Upgrade · Screw This, I'm Outta Here!. They have a close but diverse father-daughter relationship. Kim and Drakken rarely interact, but when they do, Kim tries to hurt Drakken's ego Her rivalry has proven to have some sense of honor, as Shego respects Kim as an adversary.
Drakken borders on bizarre. Early on in the series, she is shown to be more respectful toward the mad scientist, however, as time goes on, she seems to take an increasingly dominant role in the partnership, going as far to bully her "boss" into abiding her wishes.
She is often hyper critical of Drakken's plans and openly mocks his decisions, seemingly tolerating Drakken's antics for the 'mocking-gold' his schemes grant her. The two have demonstrated a certain amount of deranged fondness for the other, as Drakken even refers to her in " Go Team Go " as a member of his "evil family.The Best Moments of Drakken And knifedirectory.info
It was not seen how well she gets along with her youngest brothers, the Wegosbut she shows open disdain for her two other brothers, Mego and Hego. She apparently used to get along well enough with them to be part of Team Gohowever, Hego claimed that the more Shego fought villainy the more she liked it.
Kim Most of Shego and Kim's confrontations result in hand-to-hand combat. She constantly taunts Kim about her lack of fashion sense or whatever else she can think of.
She also taunts Kim about her youth, addressing her by childish nicknames such as "Kimmie," "Princess," "Cupcake," and "Pumpkin". Even though Shego is Kim's rival, Shego seems to have a certain degree of fondness and respect for her foe, even becoming close, though temporary friends, in "Stop Team Go".
In that episode, upon reverting to her evil self, Shego seemed to reminisce over their friendship. On some level, Shego and Kim share a mutual respect for each other stemming from their rivalry.
Professional Throughout the course of the series, Shego has teamed up with several villains, both with and without Dr. Although Shego prefers to work as a hired hand, she is the only villain in the series to actually succeeded to take over the world, with assistance from a magical time monkey and careful planning and support from her future self.
Romantic Throughout the series, Shego has demonstrated a habit of picking up muscular males with deep tans at resorts. She briefly showed interest in Martin Smarty, although this had more to do with him being one of the five wealthiest men on the planet than an emotional connection.
During her time as Miss Go, she has shown an interest in Steve Barkin. Neither of these relationships held her interest for long, although she seemed somewhat touched when Barkin visited her at the lair until he started singing for her. Gallery The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Shego.
Trivia Her real name, along with those of her brothers, was never revealed. However, "Shego" means "One With Fire", which is very suitable for her. Though her last name is indeed "Go". Shego has been arrested at least once, with her booking number was "". Before her origin was explained, fans speculated that she wasn't really human and was a she-predator.
In So the Drama, Shego was going be killed off but the audience said it would be too scary and many Shego fans would be angry, so they decided to have her survive the extremely dangerous electrocution. Given her powers came from a meteor, this is believable. Shego had previously survived impacts that should have badly hurt a normal person. Shego is much more evil than her employer Dr. When Drakken tried out Jack Hench 's evil detector, all of his concentration barely rated "playground bully," whereas Shego pegged the meter with a single touch.
In one future, Shego conquers the world using time travel, becoming The Supreme One. However, Shego's evil is nothing compared to Ron's when the Attitudinator swapped his goodness with Drakken's evil. As evil Ron created a device to negate her powers, Shego has a fear of Ron's dark side as he is WAY more competent as a villain than Drakken. Drakken seems eager to steal Felix's optimized wheelchair, Shego opposes the idea, questioning whether Drakken would really stoop low enough to steal from a handicapped teen, although she still went along with it when Drakken reminded her that they're evil.
While on Christmas vacation, she offers to pay a resort attendant with her credit card, only to find that Drakken's fully paid for her vacation, which she expresses gratitude towards him. When Drakken proposes the idea of cloning her, Shego presents to him her contract in which under it forbids any use of her DNA and she refuses to breach her contract. When Kim lied to her parents and Ron, Shego expresses disappointment in her for not telling the truth to her parents and best friend. When Drakken accidentally leaves his mother behind on the train, Shego expresses great concern for her well-being in addition to never expressing her true nature towards her.
Shego appears in only one episode without Dr. As mentioned in her debut, Shego is a criminal for hire; she works for Drakken consecutively because he pays her. As Drakken would have no interest in the chip Rufus swallowed, Shego likely took a job from someone else.
She is Kim's most fought villain. An action figure of Shego was available at McDonald's. On several occasions, she was seen doing something which could be described as "filing her nails" were she not wearing gloves.
Likely Shego's way of saying she is bored or doesn't care. Though its possible her gloves truly do have claws on them and she's sharpening them. Shego has cried twice during the series, but each time she was not herself: Shego has been known to be virtually fearless. The only times she displayed fear was in the Seniors' alligator pit. She also feared Evil Ron, who had the technology to render her powers useless, when he threatened with dumping her into a shark tank if she did not submit.
The section set after "Mad Dogs And Aliens" starts with them being quite understandably, given the on-screen events of the Postscript Season up to that point thoroughly alienated from each other, and goes on to show how they got back to the point of working together as usual. Onscreen, it looks like an extreme case of Easily Forgiven. Drakken is obviously jealous of anyone that even comes close to Shego. Shego has moments of these as well. Shego got a bit Each section title is an item or list of items from Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
More like arm pillow, but still applies. Shego finds Drakken to be strangely comfy a couple of times. This story is presented as a supplement to canon to justify the sudden shipping that occurs between Drakken and Shego. Like an Old Married Couple: Really has that feel to the two main characters. Somehow even more than canon. Both eventually have one at different times. Then cue the angst. Married to the Job: Why Drakken doesn't date.
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He sometimes contemplates it in the story while Shego mercilessly teases him about it. Both have a bit of angst over the age difference, Drakken moreso. Mama Lipsky drags Drakken and Shego away from the official dinner being held in their honor and invites herself, Motor Ed, and Team Go with Frugal Lucre tagging along for good measure to Drakken's lair for a "family celebration".
Well, not a typical date, anyway. In the final scene, following their first real kiss, they decide that going out on a standard dinner-and-movie type "date" would be lame and anticlimatic. Instead, they decide to amuse themselves by embarrassing Kim like "Blush", but without the "make her disappear forever" part. Not Me This Time: In the post-"Emotion Sickness" scene, Drakken's first act after getting the moodulator chip off Shego is to insist that it wasn't his doing, obviously worried that she'll think he's treating her like an experimental subject again as he did in "The Twin Factor" and attempted to do in "Kimitation Nation".
Fortunately, she believes him. Drakken suffers from this more than Shego. He just doesn't think that he's all that attractive or much of a catch.
Helps to set them up better than the show. Makes things a LOT more natural and less subtexty. Not a surprise to some. A recurring nuisance in the post- "Graduation" chapters.