List of The Powerpuff Girls episodes
The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated television series created by Craig McCracken for Cartoon Network. The series began as a student film called Whoopass Stew, made by McCracken while he attended the California Institute of the Arts in 1992. Two additional shorts, "Meat Fuzzy Lumkins" and "Crime 101", later aired on Cartoon Network's World Premiere Toons. The series officially premiered on November 18, 1998, lasting 6 seasons with 78 episodes total. A Christmas special and a 10th anniversary special were also produced. Episodes of The Powerpuff Girls have seen numerous DVD and VHS releases as well.
- 1 Series overview
- 2 Episodes
- 3 Home video releases
- 4 Episode notes
- 5 References
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||13||November 18, 1998||May 27, 1999|
|2||13||June 25, 1999||June 30, 2000|
|3||13||July 28, 2000||April 6, 2001|
|4||12||April 20, 2001||December 13, 2002|
|5||12||September 5, 2003||April 9, 2004|
|6||15||April 16, 2004||March 25, 2005|
A short was made by Craig McCracken while he was in college at CalArts. It was submitted to the Cartoon Network, and the name was changed as it was deemed inappropriate for younger audiences. Four of them were created (one was finished, three were not). The other three pilots are presented on the Complete Series DVD set accompanied by the original storyboards and their original audio.
|#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|Pilot||"A Sticky Situation!"||Craig McCracken||Craig McCracken||1994 (festivals only)|
|Begins with the same opening sequence as the series, except that the Professor accidentally adds a can of whoopass rather than Chemical X. The Whoopass Girls fight the Amoeba Boys, get stuck to them, and have to fly them into the sun to beat them. This short was only shown in animation conventions and was never aired publicly on television due to the suggestive word, "Whoopass".|
What a Cartoon! shorts
|#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins"||Craig McCracken||Craig McCracken||February 20, 1995|
|After Fuzzy Lumpkins loses a jam contest, he creates a meat ray gun that turns anything into raw, butchered meat, leaving it up to the Powerpuff Girls to save the day before everyone and everything in Townsville is turned into a butcher shop.|
|2||"Crime 101"||Craig McCracken||Craig McCracken||January 28, 1996|
|The Amoeba Boys fail at being real bad guys, so The Powerpuff Girls teach the Amoeba Boys how to be bad, by robbing a bank, but they get a lesson in what criminals go through when they get arrested.|
Season 1: 1998-1999
|Title||Directed by||Original air date|
|1||1||"Monkey See, Doggie Do / Mommy Fearest"||Monkey See, Doggie Do: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Mommy Fearest: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|November 18, 1998|
|Monkey See, Doggie Do: Mojo Jojo 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.
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.
|2||2||"Insect Inside / Powerpuff Bluff"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||November 25, 1998|
|Insect Inside: Vile villain Roach Coach plots to infest Townsville with his army of cockroaches. The Girls quickly overcome their squirms to squash Roach Coach's scheme and force him to bug off.
Powerpuff Bluff: Three escaped convicts, repeatedly beaten by the girls, fashion themselves new identities when they find grown-up-sized Powerpuff Girls costumes inside Townsville Jail. Using their pseudo-superhero status, they terrorize Townsville while the Mayor mistakenly sends the real Girls to the slammer.
|3||3||"Octi Evil / Geshundfight"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||December 2, 1998|
|Octi Evil: The heinous Him toys with Bubbles' mind by speaking to her through Octi, her favorite stuffed animal. Following Octi/Him's instructions, 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.
Geshundfight: The Amoeba Boys' ill-conceived plan to stand in front of the "Keep off the Grass" sign at Townsville Park all night in the rain leaves them with a terrible virus. When they infect the Townsville population, it's up to the Girls to find the antidote.
|4||4||"Buttercrush / Fuzzy Logic"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||December 9, 1998|
|Buttercrush: Buttercup becomes smitten with Ace, the leader of the Ganggreen Gang. However, when the Gang exploits her infatuation and lures Blossom and Bubbles into danger, Buttercup quickly comes to her sisters' rescue and shows the boys the real meaning of the word "crush."
Fuzzy Logic: The beastly bumpkin Fuzzy Lumpkins goes wild in Townsville and only the Powerpuff Girls—with some help from a flying squirrel—can teach him to respect other people's property.
|5||5||"Boogie Frights / Abracadaver"||Boogie Frights: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Abracadaver: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|December 16, 1998|
|Boogie Frights: Bubbles must face her fear of the Boogie Man after he blocks out the sun, who intends to have his monster friends partying all the time.
Abracadaver: Al Lusion, the old-time Townsville magician, pulls off his greatest stunt when he comes back from the dead as the zombie Abracadaver. Luckily, Blossom also has a special trick up her sleeve.
|6||6||"Telephonies / Tough Love"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||December 23, 1998|
|Telephonies: The Ganggreen Gang gets hold of the Mayor's hotline to the Powerpuff Girls and makes prank calls, sending the Girls on a wild goose chase all over town. However, when it's the notorious villains Mojo Jojo, Fuzzy, and Him that the Gang disturbs, they learn that it's not as fun playing with the big boys.
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.
|7||7||"Major Competition / Mr. Mojo's Rising"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||January 6, 1999|
|Major Competition: There's a new man in town: Major Man, an impossibly perfect superhero who cuts in on the Girls' turf. However, in Townsville's time of need, the Girls prove that though they're minors, they're still the major force when it comes to saving the day.
Mr. Mojo's Rising: When Mojo Jojo kidnaps the Professor, it's a blast from the past—a blast of Chemical X, that is. After Mojo Jojo reveals he was once the Professor's beloved assistant the Professor is coerced into giving Mojo the same superpowers as the Girls. However, once empowered, the true evolution of this super-villain chimp comes to light, a fact Mojo Jojo will certainly regret (he caused Professor to add Chemical X to the perfect little girl formula, creating the Powerpuff Girls).Note: This episode plays a pretext to The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002), which gives a fuller explanation to the origin of the Powerpuff Girls.
|8||8||"Paste Makes Waste / Ice Sore"||Paste Makes Waste: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Ice Sore: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|January 13, 1999|
|Paste Makes Waste: When Buttercup's taunting turns her paste-eating classmate Elmer Sglue into a destructive Paste Monster, she gets out of a sticky situation by doing something against her tough nature—apologizing.
Ice Sore: During a heat wave, Blossom discovers that she has a new power: ice breath, but when she doesn't use her new gift wisely, she gets a chilly reception from her sisters.
|9||9||"Bubblevicious / The Bare Facts"||Bubblevicious: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
The Bare Facts: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|January 20, 1999|
|Bubblevicious: Bubbles is tired of people dismissing her as more sugar than spice, especially the professor and her sisters, whom they treat her like a baby. When she sets out to prove she's hardcore, she takes everyone by surprise, even Mojo Jojo.
The Bare Facts: After Mojo Jojo kidnaps and blindfolds him, the Mayor has to rely on the Girls' very different individual accounts of the crime to figure out exactly what happened. However, he's still at a loss to explain why the girls keep giggling at him; the end reveals that his clothes were stolen.
|10||10||"Cat Man Do / Impeach Fuzz"||Cat Man Do: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Impeach Fuzz: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|January 27, 1999|
|Cat Man Do: Bubbles saves a seemingly innocent little cat from the clutches of an evil villain, but when the Girls discover it's actually the Cat who is evil, they must save the Professor from becoming the "purr-fect" victim. Mark Hamill guest stars as the voice of the Cat.
Impeach Fuzz: When Fuzzy Lumpkins throws his hat into the mayoral ring and claims a surprise victory, it's up to the Mayor to wrestle the office (and the Mayor's actual hat) back from him.
|11||11||"Just Another Manic Mojo / Mime for a Change"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||February 3, 1999|
|Just Another Manic Mojo: After the Powerpuff Girls lose their baseball in Mojo Jojo's window it seems to offer the evil villain the perfect opportunity to destroy the pesky superheroes; but he can't make a useful plan in time.
Mime for a Change: An accidental bleach spill turns Rainbow the Clown into the malevolent Mr. Mime, and he proceeds to eliminate Townsville of its color, sound and movement. The thought of a colorless world has the Girls outraged, and soon enough, Mr. Mime's number is up. Features the songs "Rainbow's Theme Song" and "Love Makes The World Go 'Round" by David Smith.
|12||12||"The Rowdyruff Boys"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||April 7, 1999|
|Mojo Jojo creates the ultimate weapons against the Powerpuff Girls. They're Brick, Boomer, and Butch: The Rowdyruff Boys, male equivalents. When regular fighting doesn't work against the Boys, the Girls have to use their feminine wiles to seal a victory.|
|13||13||"Uh Oh Dynamo"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||May 28, 1999|
|Worried about the Girls' safety, the Professor creates Powerpuff Dynamo, a state-of-the-art giant robot, to help them in battle. When a dynamite duel breaks out between Dynamo and a Giant Fish Balloon Monster, a parody of Godzilla or Gamera, Little Tokyo, Townsville is the stage of an explosive battle. Also, it's a parody of giant monster films made in Japan, and a spoof of the kaiju film, Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla.|
Season 2: 1999-2000
|Title||Directed by||Original air date|
|14||1||"Stuck Up, Up and Away / Schoolhouse Rocked"||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken||June 25, 1999|
|Stuck Up, Up and Away: The new girl in school, Princess Morbucks, wants to be a Powerpuff Girl after discovering they have superpowers, one thing she doesn't have. However, when Princess is denied the opportunity to join the Girls, they make a very snobbish new enemy, intent on destroying them.
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.
|15||2||"Collect Her / Supper Villain"||Collect Her: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
Supper Villain: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
|August 6, 1999|
|Collect Her: A comic book geek named Lenny Baxter goes too far to complete his superhero collection when he traps the Girls inside his power packages. Now, it's up the people of Townsville to save the day.
Supper Villain: The Powerpuff Girls' new next door neighbors, The Smiths, seem very nice—until the father Harold Smith reveals his ill-fated aspiration of becoming a super villain, and takes Professor hostage.
|16||3||"Birthday Bash / Too Pooped to Puff"||Birthday Bash: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Too Pooped to Puff: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
|August 20, 1999|
|Birthday Bash: While in prison, Mojo Jojo, Princess, and the Amoeba Boys all come up with plans to destroy the Girls at their television-covered birthday party. Later on, Him tries a plan of his own, using the pinata featured at the party.
Too Pooped to Puff: When Townsville begins taking the Powerpuff Girls for granted the Girls vow not to lift a finger until Townsville starts taking care of themselves. Therefore, when a monster attacks the town, the Girls stick to their decision.
|17||4||"Beat Your Greens / Down n' Dirty"||Beat Your Greens: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Down n' Dirty: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|September 10, 1999|
|Beat Your Greens: Broccoli aliens land in Townsville with a plan to harvest all the Earth's vegetables, and the only way to beat the broccoli is to eat it. The Girls are able to defeat their most detested side dish with help from other kids in town.
Down n' Dirty: Buttercup fails to see the reason she should bathe each day, as her sisters do, when the time in the tub could be better spent fighting more bad guys. Nevertheless, Buttercup soon learns that personal hygiene is important when she finds criminals (and anyone for that matter) hard to come by when she's upwind.
|18||5||"Dream Scheme / You Snooze You Lose"||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken||September 24, 1999|
|Dream Scheme: The Sandman wants to get some sleep, but can't as long as half the world is awake at any given time, so he builds a machine that will sprinkle the world with his sand and put the everyone to sleep, leaving it to The Powerpuff Girls to fight the Sandman in his dreams to make him wake up.
You Snooze You Lose: When Mojo Jojo loses his most evil plan ever, it falls into the clutches of the inept Amoeba Boys, who can not make heads or tails of it. The Powerpuff Girls agree to help the simple minded Amoebas with what they think is a scavenger hunt.
|19||6||"Slave the Day / Los Dos Mojos"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||October 8, 1999|
|Slave the Day: After being saved from a rushing train by the Girls, Big Billy defects from the Ganggreen Gang and pledges his loyalty to Girls. Unfortunately, this leads to him getting in the way of their crimefighting.
Los Dos Mojos: When Bubbles is knocked out in battle she comes back believing she is Mojo Jojo. Nevertheless, Blossom and Buttercup help get her memory back and take on the real Mojo.
|20||7||"A Very Special Blossom / Daylight Savings"||A Very Special Blossom: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Daylight Savings: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|November 26, 1999|
|A Very Special Blossom: After a big battle Blossom discovers the perfect (and otherwise impossibly priced) Father's Day gift for the Professor among the rubble, leading to feelings of guilt and suspicion of theft from Bubbles and Buttercup. When Professor gets arrested, Blossom realizes she must confess.
Daylight Savings: When the Girls' schoolwork suffers from their late night crimefighting, Ms. Keane convinces the Professor that they need a 7:30 nightly curfew, which is good news for the villains of Townsville until the Professor watches the Clock channel.
|21||8||"Mo Job / Pet Feud"||Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken and Rumen Petkov||February 18, 2000|
|Mo Job: Townsville's two most egotisical villains, Mojo Jojo and Princess Morbucks, try and work together on a plan to strip the Powerpuff Girls of their powers.
Pet Feud: After the Professor genetically engineers a new pet—the fluffy and cuddly Beebo—he instructs the Girls feed their new pet only once. When the three Powerpuff Girls each feeds him a separate time without the knowledge of one another, the furry Beebo becomes a ravenous monster and starts eating everyone and everything in the city.
|22||9||"Imaginary Fiend / Cootie Gras"||Imaginary Fiend: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Cootie Gras: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|March 17, 2000|
|Imaginary Fiend: The new boy in school creates an imaginary friend named Patches who starts causing trouble. The solution is another imaginary friend from the Powerpuff Girls.
Cootie Gras: The young girls at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten are stalked by Harry Pitts, who is rumored to have cooties. Seeing the power of repulsion Harry has on the Girls, Mojo Jojo turns the piggish boy into the ultimate weapon. The Girls have trouble fighting through his shield until he finally kisses them.
|23||10||"The Powerpuff Girls Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever / Just Desserts"||Randy Myers, Craig McCracken and Robert Alvarez||April 28, 2000|
|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 crimefighting adventure using the power of their imagination.
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.
|24||11||"Twisted Sister / Cover Up"||Twisted Sister: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
Cover Up: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
|May 26, 2000|
|Twisted Sister: The Girls need an extra hand at saving the day and attempt to create a fourth Powerpuff Girl, named "Bunny." However, when they don't quite duplicate the famous ingredients that Powerpuff Girls are made of, Bunny comes out less than expected.
Cover Up: Buttercup believes her lucky blanket gives her the strength to be a good fighter, but her sisters quickly get on her case.
|25||12||"Speed Demon / Mojo Jonesin'"||Speed Demon: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Mojo Jonesin': John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|June 2, 2000|
|Speed Demon: A race home from school finds the girls breaking the speed of light and traveling to an alternate future, where the day they had traveled to the future meant they disappeared from history, leaving the world for 50 years with their absence, as well as everything and everyone in the clutches of their most evil enemy—Him.
Mojo Jonesin': A quartet of kids from the Powerpuff Girls school discuss their thoughts on having superpowers like the Girls, when they are approached by a "stranger" (Mojo Jojo in disguise) who offers them Chemical X. Unfortunately, these kids did not learn to simply refuse, and now they must destroy the Girls.
|26||13||"Something's a Ms. / Slumbering with the Enemy"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||June 30, 2000|
|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 Ms. Bellum.
Slumbering with the Enemy: The Powerpuff Girls throw a slumber party and invite every girl in their school to come. Mojo Jojo steals the final invitation and comes to the party dressed up as Mojesha. When the Girls catch on, "Mojesha" seems like she just wants to party, but he's really planning a ruse to get rid of them.
Season 3: 2000-2001
|Title||Directed by||Original air date|
|27||1||"Fallen Arches / The Mane Event"||Fallen Arches: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
The Mane Event: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
|July 28, 2000|
|Fallen Arches: A trio of old villains return, and the girls intend to fight them, but Blossom claims that fighting their elders is the wrong way to approach the situation. She finds a possible situation: recruit the former heroes who fought against the trio. Unfortunately, the former heroes cannot agree with each other.
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.
|28||2||"Town and Out / Child Fearing"||Town and Out: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
Child Fearing: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
|August 18, 2000|
|Town and Out: The girls and the Professor move to the town of Citiesville, and the girls are quick to offer their help to the city; however, the high degree of property damage that they cause prompts the Mayor of Citiesville to ban the use of super powers. As neither they nor the Professor like Citiesville, they move back to Townsville.
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 baby sitter is actually Mojo Jojo, who wants the girls to help him conquer Townsville, but they make it a difficult challenge for him.
|29||3||"Criss Cross Crisis"||Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken||September 8, 2000|
|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 guise of an old woman.|
|30||4||"Bubblevision / Bought and Scold"||Bubblevision: Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken
Bought and Scold: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|September 15, 2000|
|Bubblevision: When Bubbles can't take a direct hit at The Giant Ant, the Professor does some tests and it turns out that her eye vision has gone blurry as she looks in all directions even when talking to someone face to face. As she gets glasses, she gets made fun of by Blossom and Buttercup.
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 Townsville.
|31||5||"Gettin' Twiggy With It / Cop Out"||Gettin' Twiggy With It: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
Cop Out: Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken
|September 22, 2000|
|Gettin' Twiggy With It: Mitch Mitchelson is an evil pet sitter for the class hamster Twiggy. He pretends to be nice to her around the others, but the girls see through Mitch's superficial niceness and soon Twiggy is turned into a monster.
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.
|32||6||"Three Girls and a Monster / Monkey See, Doggy Two"||Three Girls and a Monster: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Monkey See, Doggy Two: Genndy Tartakovsky, Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken
|October 6, 2000|
|Three Girls and a Monster: A huge and hard to defeat monster comes to Townsville, with Blossom (using a complex flying algorithm) and Buttercup (using brute force) disagreeing on how to defeat the monster. On the other hand, Bubbles uses her "sugar" personality, which ends up working.
Monkey See, Doggy Two: Mojo Jojo steals the Anubial Jewels and the Anubis head again to change the world into dogs. This time, he runs a tape to show the girls what happened the first time, and not make those mistakes. Nevertheless, he ends up making an even bigger mistake and fails again.
|33||7||"Jewel of the Aisle / Super Zeroes"||Jewel of the Aisle: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Super Zeroes: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|October 20, 2000|
|Jewel of the Aisle: A clumsy robber gets away from the girls with a diamond, but ends up losing it in a box of 'Lucky Captain Rabbit King' cereal. It just so happens that Professor Utonium happened to buy the box the diamond is in. The robber disguises himself as the character Lucky Captain Rabbit King, but his 'costumed attempts' meet with failure.
Super Zeroes: When the girls read comic books, they believe that they will be better superheroes if they copy the comics. Instead, they are not better heroes, for by the time they get to the city, the monster that destroys the city leaves.
|34||8||"Candy is Dandy / Catastrophe"||Candy is Dandy: Randy Myers and Craig McCracken
Catastrophe: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|November 10, 2000|
|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 Girls learn what the extra sugar has done to them.
Catastrophe: The girls fight a giant blob monster who proves impervious to all their attacks. When they find that it was only looking for its cat, they help it look for it before the monster destroys Townsville.
|35||9||"Hot Air Buffoon / Ploys R' Us"||Hot Air Buffoon: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
Ploys R' Us: Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken
|December 1, 2000|
|Hot Air Buffoon: The Mayor tries to save Townsville after being criticized by the nighttime cleaning staff woman that he does nothing. He then causes destruction which the girls have to quickly find him before he inaverdently destroys the city.
Ploys R' Us: The girls wake up to find their room filled with toys. They soon figure out that the Professor has been sleepwalking, and stealing. Instead of reporting it, the girls take advantage of the situation, until Professor ends up setting them up.
|36||10||"The Headsucker's Moxy / Equal Fights"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||January 5, 2001|
|The Headsucker's Moxy: A little leech man sucks information from other people's brains. People find it hard to remember what happened after this, so the girls then use the Mayor as a defense to give the leech nothing.
Equal Fights: A female villain and radical feminist named Femme Fatale teaches the girls to hate men, so she can get away with crimes and steal all of the Susan B. Anthony dollars in the city. Miss Bellum and Ms. Keane encourage the girls to protect everyone (including the men) after other women reveal that Fatale doesn't follow her preaches. The girls soon teach Femme Fatale a harsh lesson for both her misandry and defamation of Susan B. Anthony for what she stood up for.
|37||11||"Powerprof."||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||February 9, 2001|
|Professor Utonium wants to spend quality time with the Powerpuff Girls. However, due to the fact that peace doesn't last long in Townsville, the Powerpuff Girls can't really go anywhere. Professor Utonium decides to become a superhero to spend time with the Powerpuff Girls. Unfortunately, when the Professor embarrasses the girls in public, the Girls realize they must make him quit.|
|38||12||"Moral Decay / Meet the Beat Alls"||Moral Decay: Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken
Meet the Beat Alls: John McIntyre and Craig McCracken
|February 9, 2001|
|Moral Decay: After the girls do chores around the house, The Professor awards them with a Sacagawea dollar each. Buttercup is so ecstatic that she accidentally knocks out one of Bubbles' teeth. However, her sadness turns to greed when Bubbles receives a dollar from the tooth fairy. Buttercup then proceeds to knock out the teeth of numerous villains, and starts hoarding the money she receives. As it comes to a head, Mojo Jojo, Fuzzy Lumpkins, Him, the Ganggreen Gang, and countless thugs decide to teach her "a tooth for a tooth" when she knocks out their teeth, unprovoked, to where she had to use her money hoard for dental repairs.
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 then the last thing is that they are crushed by Fuzzy's boulder. While standing there looking at where the rock landed, they can't believe what happened and then they form the quartet villain group "The Beat-Alls." Fortunately, the girls manage to break up the band.Note: This episode itself is a reference to The Beatles. About 65 Beatles songs (such as "With a Little Help from My Friends" and "Eight Days a Week") and events (such as the band's reunions) are mentioned and/or heard throughout this episode.
|39||13||"Helter Shelter / Power Lunch"||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken||April 6, 20011|
|Helter Shelter: Bubbles' love for animals goes too far. After the Professor finds animals in the closet, she is in trouble with the Professor and is told to stop bringing these animals home. She now has to keep her newest animal, a baby whale, out of the Professor's eyes, but her chance starts to drown when the whale dries up.
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. Now, it's superpowered good girls versus the superpowered bad teens.
Season 4: 2001-2002
|Title||Directed by||Original air date|
|40||1||"Film Flam"||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken||April 20, 2001|
|When a film director named Bernie Bernstein wants to come make a movie on the PowerPuff Girls saving the day, it goes all wrong on the red carpet when he is disrespectful to Bubbles, leading the Professor to overhear that the movie is a scam because Bernie wants to steal money from Townsville bank. Now, he must alert the girls to the scam and cut the movie short.|
|41||2||"All Chalked Up"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||April 27, 2001|
|After Buttercup destroys her chalk, Bubbles is offered a new set by a butterfly (Him in disguise). When her drawings come to life and attack Pokey Oaks, Bubbles must stop these creatures.|
|42||3||"Get Back Jojo"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||May 4, 2001|
|The girls travel to the past to keep Mojo Jojo from preventing their creation by hurting a young Professor Utonium.|
|43||4||"Him Diddle Riddle"||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken||May 11, 2001|
|Him gives the girls a time limit and a set of 9 riddles. The various tasks test both the girl's physical and mental faculties. However, if they fail to complete them all on time, Him promises the girls that "the professor will pay."|
|44||5||"Super Friends"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||May 18, 2001|
|The girls make a new friend named Robin, but their friendship is strained by the girls' constant crimefighting, leaving her in Princess's agenda. Animated guest appearance by The Apples in Stereo performing Signal in the Sky (Let's Go!).|
|45||6||"Members Only"||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken||May 25, 2001|
|The girls try to join the superhero organization, the Justice Friends, but they must prove themselves to do so by tests of strength, speed, and smarts.|
|46||7||"Nano of the North"||Rob Renzetti and Craig McCracken||June 1, 2001|
|Nanobots — microscopic robots — come to Townsville to eat all the carbon in it. The solution is to have the girls shrink to microscopic size to defeat them.|
|47||8||"Stray Bullet"||Rob Renzetti and Craig McCracken||June 8, 2001|
|Bubbles saves a squirrel by feeding it Chemical X, turning it into Bullet, the Powerpuff Squirrel. Unknowingly, Bullet saves the girls from one of Mojo Jojo's traps, and Bullet joins the team.|
|48||9||"Forced Kin"||Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken||June 22, 2001|
|Mojo Jojo has to team up with the Powerpuff Girls to save the day from an alien life force that predicts their every move. Note: Dexter from Dexter's Laboratory makes a brief cameo appearance.|
|49||10||"Knock It Off"||Robert Alvarez and Craig McCracken||July 13, 2001|
|Dick Hardly is a college friend of Professor Utonium. However, upon seeing the girls, Dick sees them as a key to fame and fortune. He then talks to the girls, and with the proper ingredients (including some stolen 'Chemical X'), creates the Powerpuff Girls X-Treme. Dick mass-produces them and soon the cheaply made knock-offs are in every corner of the globe. The girls try to stop Dick, who ingests the remainder of the 'Chemical X' he has on hand. The substance then turns Dick into a monster, who then tries to steal the 'Chemical X' from the girls themselves. When the Professor finds out, his love causes the spiteful Dick to lose control of the clones.
Note: Wally Gator makes a cameo appearance in this episode.
|50||11||"Keen on Keane / Not So Awesome Blossom"||Keen on Keane: Lauren Faust and Craig McCracken
Not So Awesome Blossom: Robert Alvarez, Lauren Faust and Craig McCracken
|December 6, 2002|
|Keen on Keane: The Professor and Miss Keane go out on a date set up by the girls, though Ms. Keane and Professor get distracted from using the hotline so much that Mayor cannot reach the girls.
Not So Awesome Blossom: When Blossom loses confidence in herself, her intelligence is gone as well. After Buttercup destroys Mojo Jojo's robots, she replaces Blossom as the leader while Mojo Jojo comes up with a plan to destroy the girls and the Professor. Blossom meanwhile tries to find a way to get her intelligence, confidence and place of leadership back when Mojo has her in a very bad place.
|51||12||"Power-Noia"||Randy Myers, Lauren Faust and Craig McCracken||December 13, 2002|
|After destroying a monster, the girls return home for some well-deserved sleep, but are unaware of the evil that lurks above them as it turns out that Him has used the girls' own fears against them. The girls must face their fears and bring down the monstorous Him.|
Season 5: 2003-2004
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|52||1||"Monstra-City / Shut the Pup Up"||Monstra-City: Randy Myers
Shut the Pup Up: Robert Alvarez
|Monstra-City: Carey Yost and Lauren Faust
Shut the Pup Up: Cindy Morrow
|September 5, 2003|
|Monstra-City: When the Mayor finds the deed to Monster Isle, the monsters move to Townsville causing havoc between monsters and humans. The girls try to keep the peace and let everyone in Townsville live in harmony, but when Townsville gets far too crowded, the girls trick the Mayor into giving back Monster Isle to all the monsters.
Shut the Pup Up: After witnessing a crime, Talking Dog stays at the Powerpuff Girls house for a while as part of a witness protection program. The girls try to get him to tell them about the crime he witnessed, but all he does is just insult everyone by mistake.
|53||2||"Toast of the Town / Divide and Conquer"||Toast of the Town: Randy Myers
Divide and Conquer: John McIntyre
|Toast of the Town: Chris Reccardi
Divide and Conquer: Paul McEvoy
|September 12, 2003|
|Toast of the Town: When the Mayor gets a craving for toast, he discovers his toaster is broken. He gives it to the Professor to fix, but he accidentally discovers the Professor's secret stash of Chemical X, which the Mayor uses as a hair growth formula. The Chemical X instead makes the Mayor grow huge and it is up to the Powerpuff Girls to calm him down and return him down to size.
Divide and Conquer: After stealing a tangerine and watching it split up into different pieces, the Amoeba Boys learn how to multiply and make duplicates of themselves. Meanwhile, at Pokey Oaks, Ms. Keane teaches the kids math and the Powerpuff Girls must use math to stop the Amoeba Boys.
|54||3||"Burglar Alarmed / Shotgun Wedding"||Burglar Alarmed: Randy Myers
Shotgun Wedding: John McIntyre
|Burglar Alarmed: Mark O'Hare
Shotgun Wedding: Alex Almaguer
|September 19, 2003|
|Burglar Alarmed: The girls realize that the Professor is tired after preparing for his dissertation tomorrow, so when a burglar new to Townsville tries to rob them, the girls try to stop him without waking up the Professor.
Shotgun Wedding: The Professor tries to figure out just what kind of species Fuzzy Lumpkins is, but when he accidentally gets covered in mud and flowers, it makes him look like a Lumpkin, which Fuzzy falls in love with and tries to marry. When the girls realize the Professor is missing, they have to fight through Fuzzy's entire family to find the Professor before things get complicated.
|55||4||"Save Mojo / Substitute Creature"||Save Mojo: Randy Myers
Substitute Creature: John McIntyre
|Save Mojo: Greg Colton
Substitute Creature: Mark O'Hare
|September 26, 2003|
|Save Mojo: When the Powerpuff Girls try to stop Mojo Jojo from doing a crime, an animal activist group comes to his rescue protesting that the Powerpuff Girls can't harm him because he is an endangered animal. With this knowledge, Mojo takes advantage of their protest and commits more crimes, until a loophole in the law puts Mojo in danger of failure.
Substitute Creature: When Ms. Keane gets sick, she hires a substitute teacher named Mr. Green to run the class in her absence. Unfortunately, because of his monstorous appearance, the girls assume he is a bad guy and try to save their classmates from him.
|56||5||"The Boys Are Back in Town"||Randy Myers and John McIntyre||Brian Larsen and Chris Reccardi||November 6, 2003|
|Him is sick and tired of all of the villains (including himself) failing in their neverending plot to destroy the Powerpuff Girls, so he brings the Rowdyruff Boys back to life and makes them more powerful than ever. The Powerpuff Girls try to defeat them by kissing them again, but this time instead of the kisses destroying them it only makes them grow bigger and more powerful. The girls must find a new way to beat their most dangerous enemies before they get beaten down.|
|57||6||"See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey"||Chris Savino and John McIntyre||Chris Savino and Dave Smith||Unaired (USA)|
|In this musical episode in the style of rock operas Jesus Christ Superstar and Tommy, the girls are overwhelmed with the crime in Townsville. An evil gnome (Jess Harnell) grants them the wish of peace in exchange for their powers and ends up inducting the people of Townsville into a cult, which ends with their deal annulled and the girls send the gnome into nonexistence, recognizing the need for balance in the world.|
|58||7||"Pee Pee G's / Boy Toys"||Randy Myers||Pee Pee G's: Cindy Morrow
Boy Toys: Brian Larsen
|November 13, 2003|
|Pee Pee G's: The girls find their bed soaking wet, but they refuse to admit that they did it, quickly distracting them with fear.
Boy Toys: Princess Morbucks finally meets the Rowdyruff Boys as they fight the Powerpuff Girls. When she tries to prove herself to the boys, they reject her. The girls realize they need better firepower to stop the boys, so they temporarily recruit Princess. However, Princess didn't realize that the girls have ulterior motives for her recruitment.
|59||8||"Seed No Evil / The City of Clipsville"||Seed No Evil: Randy Myers
The City of Clipsville: John McIntyre
|Seed No Evil: Mike Bell
The City of Clipsville: Chris Reccardi
|November 25, 2003|
|Seed No Evil: A frozen caveman at the museum thaws out and goes out to steal the seeds of Townsville, which makes the Mayor his top target.
The City of Clipsville: A clip show episode of the past four seasons, which features some clips that actually did not happen.
|60||9||"Lying Around the House / Bubble Boy"||Randy Myers||Lying Around the House: Chris Savino
Bubble Boy: Cindy Morrow
|January 9, 2004|
|Lying Around the House: The girls' little white lies turn into a big problem when a monster starts to brew around the house.
Bubble Boy: Bubbles goes undercover with the Rowdyruff Boys by pretending to be Boomer (having been ambushed by the girls). Unfortunately, she is not exactly cut out Rowdyruff material.
|61||10||"A Documentary / Girls Gone Mild"||A Documentary: Brian Larsen
Girls Gone Mild: John McIntyre
|A Documentary: Brian Larsen
Girls Gone Mild: Chris Reccardi
|January 16, 2004|
|A Documentary: A filmmaker makes a documentary on the Powerpuff Girls, but can't get a good clip of them.
Girls Gone Mild: Stanley and Sandra Practice of P.A.P.P. (Parents Against PowerPuffs) threaten the Prof. to take legal action to make sure that the Girls never use their powers again, but they soon learn the hard way what Townsville is completely defenseless without them.
|62||11||"Curses / Bang for Your Buck"||Curses: Randy Myers
Bang for Your Buck: John McIntyre
|Curses: Tim Parsons
Bang for Your Buck: Alex Almaguer
|April 2, 2004|
|Curses: Bubbles overhears a bad word from the Professor. Then her sisters start to use it, too, and then the girls "don't understand why people are acting so strange", though the townspeople do not buy it. When a giant potty mouth comes to attack, the Professor tells the girls not to use the word he said, and the girls take out the potty mouth.
Bang for Your Buck: The girls and the Ganggreen Gang (who want more recognition) compete to raise enough money to buy a giant laser from Mojo Jojo.
|63||12||"Silent Treatment / Sweet 'N' Sour"||Silent Treatment: John McIntyre
Sweet 'N' Sour: Randy Myers
|Silent Treatment: Bobby London
Sweet 'N' Sour: Cindy Morrow
|April 9, 2004|
|Silent Treatment: At the silent movie theater the Girls reluctantly attend, when a silent film star captures the Professor, the girls must go inside and bring him back to the world of sound, with or without their powers.
Sweet 'N' Sour: After the Powerpuff Girls beat Mojo Jojo, Fuzzy Lumpkins, and the Ganggreen Gang the girls see a new group of criminals, a group of cute little animals, rob Townsville blind. The girls try to stop them, but because of their innocent looks, the animal criminals have the advantage. The girls have to figure out a way to put an end to their crime streak.
Season 6: 2004-2005
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|64||1||"Prime Mates / Coupe D'Etat"||Prime Mates: John McIntyre
Coupe D'Etat: Randy Myers
|Prime Mates: Mike Kim
Coupe D'Etat: Chris Reccardi
|April 16, 2004|
|Prime Mates: Back when Mojo tried to take over the world with primates (during the events of The Powerpuff Girls Movie) there was one monkey who didn't get his due: Mopey Popo. Now, Mopey is back to try and be evil just as Mojo intended, if only he could get something right.
Coupe D'Etat: When Professor Utonium tries to upgrade his car, the girls realize that it is taking the Professor away from them, both figuratively and literally.
|65||2||"Makes Zen to Me / Say Uncle"||Makes Zen to Me: John McIntyre
Say Uncle: Randy Myers
|Makes Zen to Me: Bryan Andrews
Say Uncle: Craig Lewis
|April 23, 2004|
|Makes Zen to Me: Buttercup has to find inner peace after she is accused of being way too aggressive.
Say Uncle: The girls' uncle comes to visit, but they mistakenly take a taffy-loving Sasquatch home.
|66||3||"Reeking Havoc / Live & Let Dynamo"||Reeking Havoc: Robert Alvarez
Live & Let Dynamo: Randy Myers
|Reeking Havoc: Cindy Morrow
Live & Let Dynamo: Bryan Andrews
|April 30, 2004|
|Reeking Havoc: Professor is the winner in a chili contest. However, knowing that he added Chemical X to the chili has the whole town getting gas as it all forms in a sewer to form a stinky methane monster.
Live & Let Dynamo: Dynamo is destroying Townsville, so the girls must figure out who's controlling it.
|67||4||"Mo' Linguish / Oops, I Did It Again"||Mo' Linguish: Randy Myers
Oops, I Did It Again: John McIntyre
|Mo' Linguish: Amy Keating Rogers
Oops, I Did It Again: Brian Larsen
|May 7, 2004|
|Mo' Linguish: When Mojo agrees to do some community service in lieu of jail-time by teaching at the Townsville Community College, he teaches his repetitive mode of speech to the people of Townsville, putting the city in total standstill unless the girls can find someone with simple enough English to end it.
Oops, I Did It Again: The Professor dreams he had made three normal little girls after realizing all of his successes are mere accidents.
|68||5||"A Made Up Story"||John McIntyre and Randy Myers||Chris Reccardi||May 14, 2004|
|The villainess Mask Scara (Phyllis Diller) defaces the posters, billboards, and people of Townsville after the Dull look replaces the Trashy look, effecting everyone except Blossom, who is one step ahead.|
|69||6||"Little Miss Interprets / Night Mayor"||Little Miss Interprets: John McIntyre
Night Mayor: Randy Myers
|Little Miss Interprets: Cindy Morrow
Night Mayor: Chris Reccardi
|June 25, 2004|
|Little Miss Interprets: The girls misinterpret the Professor's plans for a surprise party, instead assuming that he is making new Powerpuff Girls.
Night Mayor: The girls enter the Mayor's dream world to find the source of his nightmares.
|70||7||"Custody Battle / The City of Nutsville"||Custody Battle: John McIntyre
The City of Nutsville: Randy Myers
|Custody Battle: Chris Reccardi
The City of Nutsville: Mark O'Hare
|July 2, 2004|
|Custody Battle: When Mojo discovers that the Rowdyruff Boys have returned, he competes with Him to determine who's the more evil father.
Note: This is only episode in the entire series not to feature the Powerpuff Girls.
The City of Nutsville: Bubbles gets stung in the throat just as a bunch of squirrels start attacking Townsville.
|71||8||"Aspirations"||John McIntyre and Randy Myers||Bryan Andrews||July 9, 2004|
|The Ganggreen Gang is committing brilliant crimes for Sedusa so she can get her revenge on the girls for making her bald.|
|72||9||"That's Not My Baby / Simian Says"||That's Not My Baby: John McIntyre
Simian Says: Randy Myers
|That's Not My Baby: Thurop Van Orman
Simian Says: Mike Kim
|July 16, 2004|
|That's Not My Baby: The girls rescue a baby from a monster and are forced to care for it when they can't find its mother.
Simian Says: Mojo takes over as the narrator.
|73||10||"Sun Scream / The City of Frownsville"||Sun Scream: John McIntyre
The City of Frownsville: Randy Myers
|Sun Scream: Thurop Van Orman
The City of Frownsville: Bobby London
|July 23, 2004|
|Sun Scream: The Powerpuff Girls get sunburned fighting a solar flare and are unable to fight even lowly street criminals.
The City of Frownsville: A miserable scientist uses his machine to switch everyone's happiness with his depression, making him the happiest man in Townsville, but the girls are not too happy with this.
|74||11||"West in Pieces"||Randy Myers and Robert Alvarez||Chris Reccardi||July 30, 2004|
|After Mojo the Kid robs the first bank in the town of Townsville, Professor Utonium creates the Steamypuff Kids to deal with him.|
|75||12||"Crazy Mixed Up Puffs / Mizzen in Action"||Crazy Mixed Up Puffs: John McIntyre
Mizzen in Action: Randy Myers
|Crazy Mixed Up Puffs: Mike Kim
Mizzen in Action: Bryan Andrews
|August 20, 2004|
|Crazy Mixed Up Puffs: Mojo Jojo manages to attach the Powerpuff Girls to each other, worsening the arguments they often have.
Mizzen in Action: Pirate Crack McCraigen (an anagram of series creator Craig McCracken) and his crew mistake Chemical X for treasure when they are mysteriously transported to the present, leaving the girls to fight these powered pirates to get the professor back and the pirates back into the past.
|76||13||"Roughing It Up / What's the Big Idea?"||John McIntyre||Roughing It Up: Thurop Van Orman
What's the Big Idea?: Ken Allen
|August 27, 2004|
|Roughing It Up: The Professor takes the girls on a camping trip to teach them to relax, but they are interrupted by Fuzzy Lumpkins and his three nephews and not even he can keep peace.
What's the Big Idea?: Mojo makes the girls giants so that they cannot stop his crimes without causing massive collateral damage, and it is up to the Professor to save the day.
|77||14||"Nuthin' Special / Neighbor Hood"||Nuthin' Special: Randy Myers
Neighbor Hood: Robert Alvarez
|-||March 25, 2005|
|Nuthin' Special: Buttercup tries to figure out her special ability, jealous of Bubbles's many tongues and Blossom's ice breath.
Neighbor Hood: A children's show tries to convince its viewers to send them money, and Bubbles gives the show the town's treasury. Buttercup and Blossom must show her what really goes on behind the cameras.
|78||15||"I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future / Octi-Gone"||I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future: Chris Savino
Octi-Gone: Randy Myers
|I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future: Chris Savino
Octi-Gone: Mucci Fassett
|March 25, 2005|
|I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future: The girls try to catch a pickpocketing false psychic (June Foray) that stole the Mayor's key. Story structure set up like a Rocky and Bullwinkle episode.
Octi-Gone: Bubbles tries to figure out who dismembered Octi on the night of a major party at her house.
A special 22-minute episode was produced for the 10th anniversary, dating from the series' original airing on November 18, 1998. The episode aired on January 19, 2009, and is included as a bonus feature from the 10 anniversary DVD box set.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!"||Craig McCracken||Craig McCracken||January 19, 2009(Cartoon Network USA)|
|The Series Finale. The Powerpuff Girls try to stop the villains of Townsville from obtaining the Key to the World, which actually gives its possessor the right to rule the world, and surprisingly enough, Mojo Jojo obtains the key, and actually makes the world a better place. However, he later finds that peace (to him) is boring, and makes Townsville the same old crime filled town again.|
On January 28, 2013, it was announced that a new CGI special titled "Dance Pantsed" starring the girls would premiere late 2013. By the end of the year however, it was announced that the special would air on January 20, 2014. Craig McCracken did not participate in the production and has had no say regarding the special.
|Title||Directed by||Written and Storyboarded by||Story by||Original air date|
|"The Powerpuff Girls: Dance Pantsed"||David P. Smith||Chris Mitchell, David P. Smith, and Will Mata||Dave Tennant and David P. Smith||January 20, 2014(Cartoon Network USA)|
|Mojo Jojo kidnaps an opera singer, a flamboyant mathematician, and a somehow famous badger. After being humiliated yet again by the Powerpuff Girls, he devises a new plan, by creating a game similar to a different game which Bubbles seemed to enjoy. He sends it to Bubbles by pretending that it the successor to 'Dance Pantsed Revolution', which is called 'Dance Pantsed REVILution 2' which turns out to be a trap turning Bubbles into a dancing robot. The other Powerpuff Girls eventually follow, and are forced to capture the hostages Mojo Jojo previously captured, which Professor Utonium presumes that he is using them to get Chemical X. After the Powerpuff Girls defeat Mojo, he claims that his plan was not to get Chemical X, but rule Townsville by becoming a celebrity by starting a successful softball team including the girls. Eventually, Professor Utonium, the Mayor, Ms. Bellum, and the Powerpuff Girls agree to be part of the softball team, just so they can win trophies. However, they end up tricking Mojo and he is eventually taken to jail at the end.|
Direct to TV Movie
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"Twas the Fight Before Christmas"||Craig McCracken and Lauren Faust||Craig McCracken, Lauren Faust, Amy Keating Rogers, and Craig Lewis||October 7, 2003|
|Princess Morbucks goes to the North Pole and switches the nice list with the naughty list (which only had her name on it), thereby making every other kid in the world seem naughty, while she looked nice, thereby allowing her to get what she wants: to be a Powerpuff Girl. The Powerpuff Girls must defeat Princess Morbucks, prove to Santa that she snuck into his workshop and changed the lists, and save Christmas.|
Home video releases
The following is a list of DVD and VHS releases for The Powerpuff Girls. Eight VHS tapes and five DVDs were released in all, not including the complete series releases. Season one was first released in 2007 on Region 1 (US) and Region 4 (Australia), no other seasons where released separately in the America though seasons 2 and 3 were released in Australia. To mark the 10th anniversary of the show in 2009, the complete series containing all the seasons, the Christmas movie, and "The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!" special was released in the US.
Note: The Powerpuff Girls Movie was not a part of the series as shown originally on the air and as a result is not listed.
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|Bubblevicious (VHS)||5||May 30, 2000||N/A||N/A||Includes "Uh Oh Dynamo", "Mr. Mojo's Rising", "Powerpuff Bluff", "Cat Man Do", and "Bubblevicious". Also includes a 16-page booklet of character biographies, interviews, stickers, and games.|
|Monkey See, Doggie Do (VHS)||5||May 30, 2000||N/A||N/A||Includes "Monkey See, Doggie Do", "Mommy Fearest", "Telephonies", "Mime for a Change", and "The Bare Facts". Also includes a 16-page booklet of character biographies, interviews, stickers, and games.|
|Birthday Bash (VHS)||5||November 7, 2000||March 11, 2002||N/A||Includes "Birthday Bash", "Beat Your Greens", "Paste Makes Waste", "Schoolhouse Rocked", and "Los Dos Mojos".|
|Dream Scheme (VHS)||5||November 7, 2000||N/A||N/A||Includes ", "Dream Scheme", "Just Another Manic Mojo", "Down n' Dirty", "Mo Job" and Major Competition" as well as the Courage the Cowardly Dog episode "Journey to the Center of Nowhere".|
|Powerpuff Bluff (DVD)||10||November 7, 2000||N/A||September 7, 2001||Includes all episodes from the "Bubblevicious" and "Monkey See, Doggie Do" VHS releases as well as a bonus Sheep in the Big City episode.|
|Down 'n' Dirty (DVD)||10||November 7, 2000||N/A||N/A||Includes all episodes from the "Birthday Bash" and "Dream Scheme" VHS releases.|
|Twisted Sister (VHS)||5||April 3, 2001||N/A||N/A||Includes "Twisted Sister", "Something's a Ms.", "The Mane Event", "Criss Cross Crisis", and "Power Lunch" as well as a preview of Samurai Jack and the Dexter's Laboratory episode "Dexter's Lab: A Story".|
|Boogie Frights (VHS)||5||April 3, 2001||N/A||N/A||Includes "Boogie Frights", "Slumbering with the Enemy", "Ice Sore", "The Rowdyruff Boys", and "Helter Shelter".|
|The Mane Event (DVD)||8||April 3, 2001||May 15, 2006||February 11, 2003||Includes all episodes from the "Twisted Sister" and "Boogie Frights" VHS releases except "Criss Cross Crisis" and "The Rowdyruff Boys".|
|Meet the Beat-Alls
(VHS & DVD)
|October 23, 2001
December 4, 2001 (DVD re-release)
|August 21, 2006||N/A||Includes "Meet the Beat-Alls", "Jewel of the Aisle", "Equal Fights" (DVD), "Bubblevision", "Collect Her", "Bought and Scold", and "Buttercrush" (DVD) in addition to two music videos and special DVD-ROM features (DVD).|
|'Twas the Fight Before Christmas
(VHS & DVD)
|1||October 7, 2003||N/A||November 8, 2005||Includes the special episode "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas" as well as the Dexter's Laboratory episode "Dexter vs. Santa's Claws" and two music videos.|
|Complete Season 1
|13||June 19, 20071||N/A||N/A||This two-disc release includes all 13 episodes from the first season as well as the original pilot.|
|Complete Season 1
|13||N/A||N/A||April 16, 2007||This two-disc release includes all 13 episodes from the first season as well as the original pilot, an interview with McCracken, the What a Cartoon! shorts, and episode animatics.|
|Complete Season 2||13||N/A||N/A||April 9, 2008||This two-disc release includes all 13 episodes from the second season.|
|Complete Season 3||13||N/A||N/A||June 3, 2009||This two-disc release includes all 13 episodes from the third season in addition to two music videos and a promotional video for the series.|
|The Complete Series
10th Anniversary Collection
|78||January 20, 20092||N/A||N/A||This six-disc release includes all 78 episodes from the series as well as a documentary with McCracken, the Whoopass Girls pilot, both What a Cartoon! shorts, music videos, series promos, the "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas" movie, and the "Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!" special, and a panoramic poster designed by McCracken.|
|The Powerpuff Girls and Friends||8||May 6, 2014||N/A||N/A||Includes "Insect Inside/Powerpuff Bluff", "Monkey See, Doggie Do/Mommy Fearest", "Octi Evil/Geshundfight", "Buttercrush/Fuzzy Logic", "Boogie Frights/Abracadaver", "Telephonies/Tough Love", "Major Competition/Mr. Mojo's Rising", and "Paste Makes Waste/Ice Sore".|
^1 "Helter Shelter" and "Power Lunch" were first released separately on the VHS tapes Boogie Frights and Buttercrush and together on the DVD The Mane Event on April 3, 2001, as home video exclusives, and as a result, they did not air on television until October 12, 2001.
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