'Kim Possible' cast reflect on show's 20-year run

'Kim Possible' cast reflect on show's 20-year run

Fans of "Kim Possible" have heard "phone me, beep me" for 20 years, and while pagers are outmoded, the series has stood the test of time.

"Everyone, every generation, whether a parent when their kids were watching or a grown-up now, knows it's an iconic moment,"

Christy Carlson Romano, who portrays Kim Possible, said on Tuesday on "Good Morning America."

On "Good Morning America," the two co-stars were given collectible action figures as they discussed their time as the animated characters.

On "Good Morning America," the two co-stars were given collectible action figures as they discussed their time as the animated characters.

"It's a legacy for me," Romano, a mother of 3- and 5-year-old daughters, said of her Disney+ character, Kim Possible. "It's my big mom flex that I get to have with my girls," she says.

Friedle said that "small kids dressed like Kim and Ron" attend events or conferences, adding that "it's very great to see that it's maintaining after all this time."

"It's heartfelt. We enjoy interacting with our supporters "Observed Romano. "Many people relate with the characters or they helped them grow up, and we appreciate it."

"I Hear Voices" has "new 'Kim Possible' content for the first time in 15 years," stated Friedle. The show's creator wrote a fresh scenario reuniting Kim, Ron, Drakken, and Shego.