The Powerpuff Girls
Something’s a Ms.: Ms. Bellum begins using her feminine wiles to coax the Mayor into giving her time off, but it turns out she wants to commit crimes. When something seems amiss, the Powerpuff Girls investigate and find out that Ms. Bellum is Sedusa in disguise, whom they must defeat and get back the real […]
Mommy Fearest: Professor Utonium falls head-over-heels in love for the lovely Ima Goodlady. Unfortunately, she’s really the sinister Sedusa, out to keep the girls grounded for the first time ever while she commits crimes around Townsville, such as making off with the Mayor’s jewels.
Octi Evil: The heinous Him toys with Bubbles’ mind by speaking to her through Octi, her favorite stuffed animal. Following its instruction, Bubbles provokes a fight between her sisters that prompts the Professor to issue a time-out until the girls can make amends and make squid-meat out of the giant, Him-controlled Octi.
Just Desserts: In this sequel to “Supper Villain”, the Smiths plan their revenge on the Powerpuff Girls for ruining their dinner after Harold Smith returns from prison.
Paste Makes Waste: Buttercup teases paste-eating classmate Elmer. When a fly with atomic chemicals enters into the paste, Elmer turns into a destructive Paste Monster. Buttercup has to get out of a sticky situation by doing something against her tough nature—apologizing.
Mojo Jojo creates the ultimate weapons against the Powerpuff Girls. They’re Brick, Boomer, and Butch: The Rowdyruff Boys, male equivalents. When regular fighting does not work against the Boys, the Girls have to use their feminine wiles to seal a victory.
Schoolhouse Rocked: The Ganggreen Gang run into a truant officer named Jack Wednesday who sends them back to school. Unfortunately, that school is Pokey Oaks, where the Powerpuff Girls attend and where a no-fighting rule means the Girls can do little to stop the Ganggreen Gang from taking over the playground, except for dodgeball.
Imaginary Fiend: The new boy in school creates an imaginary friend named Patches who starts causing trouble, with the boy getting blamed for most of Patches’ antics. When the true culprit is discovered, the solution to stop Patches is another imaginary friend from the Powerpuff Girls.
Meet the Beat Alls: When Mojo Jojo, Him, Princess Morbucks, and Fuzzy Lumpkins become tired of the girls, they all meet each other and start arguing over at the girls’ house. When they are about to go back to bed, they are zapped by three lasers coming from Mojo Jojo, Him, and Princess Morbucks, and […]
Cop Out: Mike Brokowski is one of the worst officers on the Townsville Police Force. When his lazy habits get him fired, he blames his troubles on the girls and tries to destroy them, only for him to get thrown in jail for his arrogance.
Candy Is Dandy: The girls get a reward for saving the day: candy, which they quickly grow an addiction to. When nothing happens in Townsville, they convince Mojo Jojo to do crimes so they can get awarded and then the girls will bust him out the next day. When Mojo steals the Mayor’s candy, the […]
The Mane Event: After Bubbles and Buttercup mistakenly give Blossom a botched haircut, she gets made fun of by everybody in the city. When an all-seeing monster appears, Blossom now has to help her sisters stop this monster and deal with the humiliation.
One of Professor Utonium’s failed experiments causes everyone in the city to switch bodies. He must find a solution whilst the girls (in different bodies) fight Mojo Jojo, in the body of an old woman.
Girls Gone Mild: Stanley and Sandra Practice of P.A.P.P. (Parents Against PowerPuffs) threaten the Professor to take legal action to make sure that the girls never use their powers again, but they soon learn the hard way that Townsville is completely defenseless without them.
Monkey See, Doggie Do: Mojo Jojo robs a magical Anubis Dog Head and unleashes a curse that turns everyone into dogs, including the Powerpuff Girls, but the three sniff out a solution and show Mojo Jojo that their bite is worse than his bark.
Tough Love: Everyone in Townsville loves the Powerpuff Girls, but the citizens have a sudden change of heart when Him sends out an evil gas that turns the entire town against their favorite superheroines. The Girls must fight the ones they love to get them back to normal.
Cootie Gras: The young girls at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten are stalked by Harry Pitt, who is rumored to have cooties. Seeing the power of repulsion Harry has on the Powerpuff Girls, Mojo Jojo turns the piggish boy into the ultimate weapon.
Boogie Frights: Bubbles must face her fear of the Boogie Man, after he blocks out the sun and allow his monster friends to party all the time. This episode’s climax is based on Star Wars: A New Hope.
Power Lunch: After feeling a side effect from eating and drinking sweets combined with the Girls’ heat ray, the Ganggreen Gang then get superpowers. Ace has ice powers, Snake has stretching powers, Lil’ Arturo has fast speed, Grubber has a loud belch that can tear bricks off of walls, and Big Billy is a rock. […]
Child Fearing: When the Professor runs late for an event, he quickly calls the Mayor, who then calls up for a babysitter for the girls. It turns out that the babysitter is actually Mojo Jojo, who wants the girls to help him conquer Townsville, but they make it a hilarious challenge for him.
The Powerpuff Girls Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever: On a rainy day, because there isn’t a crime to be found in the city, the Girls make their own crime fighting adventure inside their home using the power of their imagination.
Abracadaver: Al Lusion, the old-time Townsville magician, pulls off his greatest magical stunt when he comes back from the dead as the zombie Abracadaver. Luckily, Blossom also has a special trick up her sleeve.
Bought and Scold: Daddy Morbucks buys Townsville from the Mayor for “a room full of Turkish delight”, and as her first act, “Mayor Princess” legalizes crime. However, the Girls show her that repealing crime was a double-edged sword when Daddy Morbucks is robbed and the girls now have leverage over Princess, unless she gives back […]
Super Zeroes: When the girls read comic books, they believe that they will be better superheroes if they copy the comics. Instead, they end up wasting time with their ridiculous outfits and characteristics that fails to impress the monsters.