Which Disney Channel Original Series Do You Belong In?
Who wouldn't want to spend their childhood with this 22nd-century man? Phil and his family may have been from the future, but they were pretty relatable. Phil was trying to keep it together as best as he can, which, coincidentally, is what you were trying to do as a young one. And the final destination? It's a mystery. If you think about it, this conveniently doubles as a metaphor for your life. Also, the supporting cast on this show was awesome: Phil's sister Pim was a fearless riot and his BFF Keely (aka Aly Michalka) was a cool, chill kid. And don't forget about the most important person: a young Evan Peters.
In the words of Solange and Destiny's Child, ♪ They’ll push your buttons, they'll make you wanna hug 'em, a family, a family, Proud, Proud family ♪ You would've fit in perfectly with the family thing this show had going on. Plus, who better to be BFFs with than Penny Proud? She's cute and she's loud, and she's got it going on. There would've been few things better than getting wisdom from Penny, the hot gossip from Dijonay, the sass from Sugar Mama, the inspiration to be a strong individual from Trudy, and most importantly, the rockin' beats from Peanut Butter Jelly Time.
Booyah! What's the sitch? Oh, just that you belong on "Kim Possible." You were a loyal, brave individual who was always there to offer support to the people close to you. (All they had to do was call you, beep you if they wanted to reach you.) Imagine having the strong, independent, and fearless Kim as a role model. Or the funny and unique Ron Stoppable as a friend. Or possibly contending with and triumphing against Dr. Drakken and Shego. This show would've been an awesome world to belong in. And it gave you some very important lessons that are still very relevant: one, march to the beat of your own Naked Mole Rap. And two, never be normal. That's the Ron Stoppable way. Plus, you know you still know the theme song by heart. ♪ I just can't wait till I hear my cell phone ringgg. ♪
Have you Beans thinking of "Even Stevens" lately? 'Cuz this result sure suggests so. Either you were a young perfectionist, in which case you could have joined Ren in the Overachiever's Club. Or you were an inventive, mischievous young one who was frequently getting involved in half-baked schemes, which means wreaking havoc with Louis would have been perfect for you. Either way, you would've gotten to battle the difficulties of sixth period (♪ sixth period, sixth periooood ♪), contend with Coach Tugnut, learn in what year we went to the moon, and maybe even have been lucky enough to be part of the Twitty-Stevens Connection. And don't forget about Beans.
Oh snap! Would there have been anything better than spending your youth with Raven Baxter?! Doubtful. Being around this straight up hilarious individual who also spoke the truth about important things like body positivity and acceptance would have been a dream. (And you know those ~visions~ would have come in handy.) Plus, you would've gotten the added bonus of Eddie and Chelsea, fabulous in their own rights. And don't forget about giving devotion to the Boyz 'N Motion. That was your jam, right? Feel free to use this result as a reason to reunite with one of the greatest Disney Channel Original Series of all time, ya little nasty.
Hey now, hey now. You belong with the fabulous peeps of Lizzie McGuire because close, loyal, and wise (well, as wise as adolescents can be) friends were super important to you. In fact, they still are. And you know that Lizzie, Gordo, and Miranda were the three best friends that anyone could ask for. Plus, spending your youth admiring Ethan Craft, battling the oh-so-cruel Kate Sanders, marveling over Miranda's dope fashion choices, being simultaneously confused and impressed by Larry Tudgeman, and trying to get Lizzie to open her eyes and see that true love is right in front of her? That's what dreams are made of. And remember: You rock; don't ever change.