Chapter 2: The Face of Evil
One lesson my brother and I have learned over the years is that evil doesnt always look evil. The only problem is, we seem to need to relearn this lesson over and over again. Case in point, Tara Stoppable. When we first met her, almost two years before finding out what she had done, we would have never guessed she was capable of such actions. Even when she confessed that she killed Kim Possible, we were expecting to hear about an accident, followed by a panicked teenaged girl hiding the evidence.
When she told us shed trapped the heroine, her friend, in the cistern and left her there to die, we were dumbstruck.
Like I said, we would have never believed that she could do such a thing. It wasnt simply a case of Tara being pretty. Trust me, weve gotten to the point that we get nervous whenever we encounter a woman who looks like she should be on the cover of the swimsuit issue. Thats caused more than a little speculation about us, but I digress. The point is, Tara was one of the kindest, friendliest souls wed ever encountered. Seeing her interact with family, friends and neighbors had convinced us that Ron Stoppable was the luckiest man on the face of the planet. Seeing the way Ron acted around her told us that he agreed with us.