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  • Señor Senior, Senior
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  • Señor Senior, Senior is an extremely rich, fairly nice old man from the television series Kim Possible. He first appeared in the episode The New Ron. He turned to villainy at an offhand suggestion of Ron's. He is extremely dedicated to "traditional" villainy, but because he considers evil-doing a hobby, he does not get particularly upset when his plans are foiled. His first name is unknown.
  • Señor Senior, Senior is an extremely rich, fairly nice old man who turned to villainy thanks to an offhand suggestion by Ron Stoppable. He is very dedicated to what he considers "traditional" villainy, but treats it more as an entertaining hobby than anything else.
Alignment
  • Neutral
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Relatives
  • Señor Senior, Junior
Voice
Eyes
  • Pale Blue
Appearance
  • Stooped, slender, fairly tan skin, gray hair with white at temples, pale blue eyes, thick black unibrow
Hair
  • Gray, White at Temples
Personality
  • Polite
First
  • "The New Ron"
Hometown
  • Senior's Island, Bay of Biscay
Shows
  • Kim Possible
rides
  • Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure
Alias
  • Father
Affiliations
  • Billionaire's Club
Profession
  • Retired Businessman
  • Hobbyist Villain
Occupation
  • Villain
Build
  • Stooped but Athletic
Family
Friends
  • Pop Pop Porter
  • Martin Smarty
Gender
  • Male
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  • Señor Senior, Senior is an extremely rich, fairly nice old man from the television series Kim Possible. He first appeared in the episode The New Ron. He turned to villainy at an offhand suggestion of Ron's. He is extremely dedicated to "traditional" villainy, but because he considers evil-doing a hobby, he does not get particularly upset when his plans are foiled. His first name is unknown.
  • Señor Senior, Senior is an extremely rich, fairly nice old man who turned to villainy thanks to an offhand suggestion by Ron Stoppable. He is very dedicated to what he considers "traditional" villainy, but treats it more as an entertaining hobby than anything else.
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