Agent P vs Kim Possible Was change really needed?

Please note: some posts may contain affiliate links which means our team could earn money if you purchase products from our site

Agent P vs Kim Possible Was change really needed?

Recently Epcot replaced the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventurewith Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure. If you ask my daughter the question, “Was change really needed?” She would say a very strong no. She loved Kim and dressed up as her for a Halloween and never missed an episode.

I remember hearing a while back that Disney was going to try to appeal to more boys then they have in the past, I would say they accomplished this with the new Agent P World Showcase Adventure.

Some of you with older children may remember the show Kim Possible. She was an animated super hero by night and regular high school cheerleader by day. My daughter loved that show, and I must admit I did too. Kim was a great role model for young girls by showing them that you can do anything that you put your mind too, even things that are not typically considered for girls.  Kim would save the world from Drakken and Shego in every episode. After she fought evil she would go back to her daily activities like nothing ever happened. Everytime we went to Epcot we would have to do the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure. She loved because it made her feel like she was a part of the show and we know no one accomplishes that better then Disney.

My daughter didn’t understand why they had to change it because she felt that it wasn’t needed. I could see where change was needed because Disney has to keep up with the times so to speak. Kim Possible is no longer on tv so the younger kids today have no idea who she is, so if they don’t know her then they will not want to play the game. Agent P is very popular now so he will draw the younger kids in.

I think it’s a good lesson for kids to learn that things will change over time and we have to adjust to new and different things. New things may not always be like our old favorites but you never know the new thing may turn out to be even better then the old favorite.

Have any of you tried both of the adventures ? If so which one did you like better?




  • Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure Debuts in Epcot (
  • Disney Phineas & Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure (
Agent P vs Kim Possible Was change really needed?


Let our friends at Destinations to Travel help you book your next Disney Vacation. They are the preferred Travel Agency of Chip and Company and Disney Addicts, and who we use ourselves.

Get started below for your FREE No Obligation Quote.

Book With our friends at Destinations to Travel

MM slash DD slash YYYY
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

For the BEST in Disney, Universal, Dollywood, and SeaWorld Theme Park News, Entertainment, Merchandise & More follow us on, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. Don't forget to check out the Chip and Company Radio Network too!

Written by:

This account is for Past Writers and Friends who love Disney and want to share that love with you.
View All Posts
Follow Me :

6 thoughts on “Agent P vs Kim Possible Was change really needed?

  1. My daughter grew up watching her so her favorite
    part of Epcot was doing the missions. Even after the show went off the
    air she still had that to remind her of Kim, so she was not happy when
    they switched to Agent P. We are going in a couple of weeks so we will
    give it a try. I think the adventures enhance the Epcot experience. I like how Disney makes the kids feel like they are a part of the Show.

  2. I like that Epcot is trying to engage kids in the World Showcase. For anyone who has participated in Kim Possible or Agent P., has it added to your World Showcase experience, taken away from it, or made no difference?

  3. We have played them both and have enjoyed them both. However, I do have two boys 5 and 7 and appreciate the update to agent P!

  4. We loved Kim Possible, but we’re also really looking forward to Agent P. I have a daughter and a son, and both like Agent P. Heck, Mom and Dad do as well, so this adventure will appeal more to the whole family. I don’t think any kids under 10 really know Kim Possible; even by the time my daughter was interested in her the show had been relegated to the middle of the night.

  5. We never did the Kim Possible because we didn’t know who she was really. But, we can’t wait to do the Agent P adventure. I can see being disappointed it’s gone since I get upset just about every time they change something. But, they have to Keep Moving Forward.

  6. Having 4 boys (no girls) aged between 2 and 11 years, I have to say that Disney is very girl/princess centric. From rides to movies to clothing etc. It’s nice they occasionally give a nod to the other 50% of the population with Agent P (still playable by girls) and the hastily added Dwarf Mining Train ride “for boys” after someone pointed out the new Fantasyland was totally GIRL.

Comments are closed.