Drakken & Shego: All the Evil Love/Awkwardness
Rated: Fiction T - English - Angst/Romance - Drakken, Shego dreams that affect her work and the relationship with her boss, Dr Drakken. .. "Oh God!" Shego leaned her forehead against the tile of the tubwall, trying to clear. Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: Why Drakken and Shego always end up . Relationship Upgrade · Screw This, I'm Outta Here! Status Quo Is God: The first two-thirds of the story is set during the timeline of the series, which . Dr. Drakken is Shego's usual employer; she has been stated to be his Their relationship teeters between a familiar, cooperative.
The various "down time between evil plans" scenes show Drakken and Shego gradually developing a level of mutual comfort and friendship while remaining their familiar ranty and snarky selves. In that context, the Grand Finale Last Minute Hookup appears more natural and less totally out of left field than it did in the series.
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The section set after "Mad Dogs And Aliens" starts with them being quite understandably, given the on-screen events of the Postscript Season up to that point thoroughly alienated from each other, and goes on to show how they got back to the point of working together as usual. Onscreen, it looks like an extreme case of Easily Forgiven. Drakken is obviously jealous of anyone that even comes close to Shego. Shego has moments of these as well. Shego got a bit Each section title is an item or list of items from Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
More like arm pillow, but still applies.
Shego finds Drakken to be strangely comfy a couple of times. This story is presented as a supplement to canon to justify the sudden shipping that occurs between Drakken and Shego.
Like an Old Married Couple: Really has that feel to the two main characters. Somehow even more than canon.
Both eventually have one at different times. Then cue the angst. Married to the Job: Why Drakken doesn't date. He sometimes contemplates it in the story while Shego mercilessly teases him about it.
Both have a bit of angst over the age difference, Drakken moreso. Mama Lipsky drags Drakken and Shego away from the official dinner being held in their honor and invites herself, Motor Ed, and Team Go with Frugal Lucre tagging along for good measure to Drakken's lair for a "family celebration". Well, not a typical date, anyway. In the final scene, following their first real kiss, they decide that going out on a standard dinner-and-movie type "date" would be lame and anticlimatic.
Instead, they decide to amuse themselves by embarrassing Kim like "Blush", but without the "make her disappear forever" part. Not Me This Time: In the post-"Emotion Sickness" scene, Drakken's first act after getting the moodulator chip off Shego is to insist that it wasn't his doing, obviously worried that she'll think he's treating her like an experimental subject again as he did in "The Twin Factor" and attempted to do in "Kimitation Nation".
Fortunately, she believes him. Drakken suffers from this more than Shego. He just doesn't think that he's all that attractive or much of a catch. Helps to set them up better than the show.
Makes things a LOT more natural and less subtexty. Their relationship teeters between a familiar, cooperative interaction and annoyance or frustration with each other.
As a sidekick, she started out in the series being respectful towards Drakken. As the franchise progressed, she began to develop a stronger personality and to openly show contempt for him. Eventually, Shego became the dominant one, and began threatening him with violence if he stepped over the line with her. Drakken's plans are foiled - going so far as to chide him for making overly complex or unconventional plans.
As poorly as she treats him, Shego sees her place as being in Drakken's employ and has proven to actually care for him. They may be in mutual pursuit of evil schemes, but their relationship seems to be based on a friendly teacher-student dynamic, although her loyalty towards him is rather questionable. Shego is unusually cooperative and patient with Junior, and he is one of the few people who can bring out her softer side. Team Go Shego has four brothers: Hego, Mego, and a set of twins who were never identified in the first episode, but were later revealed to be called Wego.
With them, she used to be part of Team Go. Her brothers, on the other hand, are fairly oblivious to the fact their sister has turned to a life of villainy. Hego has called her a "cranky smart mouth, prone to excessive violence",  but still considers Shego to be his sister unconditionally.
Drakken to help her brothers regain their powers from minor villain "Avarius. It was through her efforts they kept focused and organized as a super-hero group: When they briefly, fully regrouped in " Stop Team Go " they quickly regained their fighting effectiveness.
Despite the fact that Shego claims to dislike her siblings and even though she would never admit it, it was strongly suggested that Shego still has a sense of familial love for them, as pointed out by both Kim and Drakken. She finds him extremely annoying because of his sexist attitudes and incessant attempts to hit on her.
Her attempts to discourage him up to and including attacking him with her energy blasts only increase his infatuation. In the episode "Car Alarm", Motor Ed breaks Shego out of prison in hope that she would assist him in his latest scheme.
She reluctantly agrees to help him. Motor Ed turns a stolen rocket into a vehicle capable of going fast enough to cause devastation wherever it goes.
In the end, Shego finds out she was just an "accessory" and bails out of the car, dragging Motor Ed behind, and causes them both to fall into a river. Alternative versions[ edit ] In addition to the stock edition of Shego, her character and design has been modified on a number of occasions in order to fit in with specific plot devices and episodes.