The Voice Of Kim Possible Tries The Impossible Challenge (ft. Christy Carlson Romano)

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– Yeah. Even Stevens.
– (FBE) That was only one part of the game. Now, we’re gonna
play you a clip from Kim Possible and you have to see if you
can finish the line. – Oh, wow! In Kim Possible’s
voice maybe? – (FBE) First thing’s first,
welcome, Christy and thank you so much
for being here. – I’m so happy to be here.
I’ve been wanting to do this show forever,
and it just brings me great joy. – (FBE) Today, we are going
to be putting you through the Impossible Career Challenge.
– Ooh, okay. – (FBE) So, this will be a test
of memory to see how well you remember your own projects.
– Ooh. Okay.
– (FBE) We’ll be showing you a one-second clip of each of these,
and then you’ll have to guess what it’s from based on just that.
– Okay. I’m going to get every single one right,
’cause I have a memory for these kinds of things.
But I am a mom now, and I get no sleep,
so I may… 50/50. – (FBE) Can you guess what project
that you were in from just one second? Here we go.
– (monster yelling) – Yeah. Kim Possible.
(ding) It’s the swamp monster episode,
Camp Wannaweep. It was Kim and the cheerleading team
go on the bus to go to an away game, and Ron is the mascot.
And they break down– the bus breaks down.
– (FBE) That was only one part of the game. Now, we’re gonna
play you a clip from Kim Possible, and you have to see if you
can finish the line. – Oh, wow! In Kim Possible’s
voice maybe? – (Ron) KP! Ah. I thought you
were down for the count! – (Kim) Why couldn’t I see
that he was a fake? – (Ron) Yeah, it don’t get
much faker than a synthodrone. You– ohhh, you kissed
a synthodrone! – You kissed a synthodrone.
Something… I don’t remember this one, obviously.
(buzzer) – (Ron) KP! Ah. I thought you
were down for the count! – (Kim) Why couldn’t I see
that he was a fake? – (Ron) Yeah, it don’t get
much faker than a synthodrone. You– ohhh, you kissed
a synthodrone! – (Kim) I never kissed him.
– Oh, right! – (Kim) But I wanted to.
– Ohhh, right. Yup. Yup. That’s what I said.
So, that was when we did that movie, and she ends up, I think,
you know, with Ron. I just love Kim
and Ron’s relationship. Even when they’re tied up
and stuff, he just is always making her laugh.
♪ (upbeat music) ♪ – Yeah. Even Stevens.
(ding) (chuckles)
– (FBE) How many times do you think you’ve seen that intro play?
– A lot. It feels finally like Even Stevens
is throwback to me. It’s weird. Kim Possible’s more
like a continuation. Even Stevens would require–
I don’t know if you wanna call it like a reboot or a sequel
or something. It would need to be just
a different-looking show. – (FBE) Let’s see if you can
finish this line from the show. – ♪ Sixth period, sixth period ♪
♪ Sixth period ♪ – Sixth– oh.
– ♪ My presentation time has come ♪ – ♪ Oh, I can’t wait to see ♪
– What? Uhhh…. Ugh. ♪ Oh, I can’t wait to see ♪
♪ What Ren has got for me ♪ That’s what she says.
– (FBE) But you have a line there. You interject for a second.
Do you remember what that is? – WHAT?! This is complicated.
(buzzer) – ♪ Sixth period, sixth period ♪
– I have a line? – ♪ Sixth period ♪
– ♪ My presentation time has come ♪ – ♪ Oh, I can’t wait to see ♪
– ♪ Oh no, I’m gonna look… ♪ – AHHH! Oh, man! Dang!
How did I forget that?! – (FBE) Here is this.
– (Donnie) Ren. – (Ren sighs)
– Ah! (claps) – (Ren) …now, Donnie.
What is it?! – (Donnie) I’m getting
that feeling again. – (Ren) Just wait
a second, okay?! – I’ll be right down, Spider!
– (FBE) All right. I think you might’ve had it,
but let’s take a listen. – (Donnie) Ren?
– (Ren sighs) Not now, Donnie. What is it?!
– (Donnie) I’m getting that feeling again.
– (Ren) Just wait a second, okay? Spider! I can’t come out tonight.
– Aww, man! Spider. He’s like 40 (laughs)
on a motorcycle and I’m like 12. – (FBE) Well, I’m gonna give you
the points on that one. You remembered what was happening
right after a moment– – Yeah, yeah. I remembered that.
I remembered being so, so happy that I got to be completely
opposite to my character, that Ren got to be wild.
Oh man, did I love that. When we did the pilot,
it was Shia’s show. It was called Spivey’s Kid Brother. That was the original title
of the show. And it was way more Shia focused.
They found that they needed to have a girl element,
because a lot of young girls watch Disney Channel.
So, Ren kind of became this split 50/50 thing.
I think it was a really well-executed show
in terms of writing. – (FBE) Let’s see if you can
guess what this is. We’re gonna stump you
a little bit, I think, on this one.
– Really? You think? ♪ (upbeat music) ♪
– Yeah, Cadet Kelly. (ding)
(laughs triumphantly) Gotcha, gotcha. – (FBE) Cadet Kelly.
What was your experience like working on that?
– I had been doing Even Stevens, so when they were like, “Hey,
you’re gonna go do a movie. You’re gonna be this character.
You’re gonna work with Hilary Duff,” I was like, “Whoa!
This is a great opportunity.” So, I was really excited
to go up to Canada. I absolutely loved being
on location for the first time. We got to do boot camp
for a month before in preparation. Fast forward many years later,
I married a marine. And I get to talk to him
about boot camp– his boot camp experience a lot.
– (FBE) All right. Well, we’ve also got
a line from the movie. – Okay.
– (announcer) …and Cadet Kelly… – We have a lot of ground
to make up because of you. (chuckles) That’s the line. I already know it.
– (FBE) All right. Let’s see if you’re right.
– We have a lot of ground to make up because of you.
– (announcer) …and Cadet Kelly Collins…
– (woman) At ease! – (announcer) …in
unarmed competition. – (Captain Stone) We have a lot
of ground to make up ’cause of you. – Where’s my mic?
I’m gonna drop it. (ding)
I think people would also love to see some sort
of a reboot or something on that. – (FBE) All right.
What is this from? ♪ (dramatic music) ♪
– Oh, that looks like it’s Kingdom Hearts.
(buzzer) If that’s not Kingdom Hearts
or Yuffie, Final Fantasy– well, that’s what I was–
that– but that’s what I– but wait, but wait.
That’s what I meant. Kingdom Hearts I know
is not the same as Final Fantasy. They repurposed a lot
of the lines. I only went in once to record.
– (FBE) All right. Let’s see if you can
remember this line. – Okay.
– (FBE) So, this is from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
– Okay. – (Yuffie) Huh?!
– (Vincent) Kadaj is a remnant of Sephiroth.
Think of him as a sort of larval form.
– Nope. No way. – (Yuffie) Huh?!
– It sounds like me. – (Vincent) …remnant
of Sephiroth. Think of him as a sort
of larval form. – (Yuffie) Larva?!
You mean he’s an insect?! – That’s me
. That’s me fo sho. Yuffie was such
an important character, obviously. And I think it’s fantastic
when people bring me their art and the reimaginings that are
arts or illustrations of her. And from what I’m told,
Final Fantasy VII is the best video game ever made.
So, for me to have been actually a part of that,
that’s huge. – (FBE) Can you guess what this is
from just one second? – (man) …to Booty…
– Oh yeah! It’s MyMusic. I played Satan.
(ding) I played myself/Satan.
Thanks, Benny! (laughs) – (FBE) You are correct.
This was FBE’s web series, MyMusic. What do you remember
about doing that sheet? – Oh, man. It was so much fun.
I remember that MyMusic had gotten an award from YouTube to do–
they were given the budget to do it. Before YouTube Red,
before all of that stuff was happening, FBE was totally
on the cutting edge. – (Devil) Hey, you know what
would make this show even better? If Intern 2 joined us.
– (Techno gasps) Yeah! Come on, Intern 2!
– (Intern 2) I’m fine. You guys look like
you got this handled. – (Techno) Intern 2 says
we got it handled. – (laughs) I don’t remember.
(buzzer) Oh, god. What did I say? – (Techno) Come on, Intern 2!
– (Intern 2) I’m fine. You guys look like
you got this handled. – (Techno) Intern 2 says
we got it handled. – (Devil) He just doesn’t know
how much fun it is. Come on! Let’s dress him up.
– (laughs) There you go. Doing the devil’s work.
It was more of a job for me. And then once I got in there,
I was really taken by the sense of family and professionalism
that a digital show could have. Even though I didn’t get it then,
I kept my ears open. And my husband and I ended up
creating a production company. And now, we found our way
into our own YouTube channel, and we are just having
such a great time. That show in general, I think,
broke the mold for YouTube. And I think it set up FBE
to be these content makers, these king makers.
I love them. I’ve always been a huge fan of them.
And they’re really nice people. – (FBE) One second. Let’s see
if you can guess this. – (man) This is my favorite…
– Yay! It’s my show! It’s Christy’s Kitchen Throwback!
(ding) Thanks, guys.
– (FBE) Let’s see if you remember what you said or sang here.
♪ (guitar playing) ♪ – (gasps) ♪ You look at me so ♪ Uhhhh…
Cheesy? I don’t remember! I don’t remember
my own enchilada song! And we loved this episode.
(buzzer) It’s so funny. – ♪ You look at me so ♪ ♪ Like you’re so cheesy ♪
– (chuckles) (sings along) ♪ In the oven ♪
(laughs) That was all improve right there.
There was no practice. If you can believe it,
we did not write those words beforehand.
So fun to have these actors on that are like, “You know what?
I’m gonna go on that show, and I’m gonna have a conversation,
and it’s gonna be fun.” YouTube is really just
synonymous with fans. It’s really synonymous
with support and community and thinking outside the box,
breaking that wall down between fan and creator.
I’m so happy to be on YouTube now.
– (FBE) So, you got about half the answers right in the end.
– Okay! I’ll take that! I was pretty pleased
with my body of work. I can honestly say that I just love
that I have been blessed with doing a lot of different kinds of stuff.
It’s really kind of a nice feeling to look back and see all these
different things that I’ve done. Hey, guys! What’s up?
It’s Christy Carlson Romano, voice of Kim Possible,
Even Sevens. What I want you to do
is go subscribe to my channel. I love FBE. I loved being
in this React video. But you also should check out
my videos, please. Christy Carlson Romano. Subscribe.
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