PowerPuff Girls (also known as WhoopAss Girls, in 1994.) is an American surreal comedy-action satircal-adventure superhero animated reality TV show is about the eponymous group of three little superbabies who have dedicated their lives to comedic around with as many people as possible, working at a local headquarters. It ran from 1994, 1998-2005. The series was created by Craig McCracken, and first produced by Hanna-Barbera (now Cartoon Network Studios) for Cartoon Network.
Origins[edit | edit source]
Apparently, the Powerpuff Girls were made of sugar, spice, everything nice, and a can of Whoopass.
History[edit | edit source]
Originally called in Whoopass-Girls, the idea for the reality show Powerpuff Girls. (No freakin' joke!) They were also intended to look have normal human appearances, but the artists decided to spice things up a bit by making the eyes bigger than their brains. In fact, their AP test score is worse than their 100/100 vision.
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The Powerpuff Girls longer its production as a tv animated series over in 13 seasons.
In Japan, a anime adaptation of this series, Powerpuff Girls Z, began airing in Japan on July 1, 2006 and United States on February 6, 2020-August 12, 2020 in Boomerang on Demand. The real girls have signed on to provide voices for the new American English dub. Buttercup is currently in rehab for her Heroin addiction.
Story[edit | edit source]
Artifical girls beat up bad guys.
Origin[edit | edit source]
The Powerpuff Girls were created by Professor Utonium, who was trying to make the perfect little girls by combining something sugar, spice and everything nice, when (courtesy of his monkey assistant Jojo) he accidentally knocked a glass of radiation element "Chemical X" into the mixture, resulting in the three little supergirls. These feisty, super-powered, ever-immortal with the occasional fantasy, race into to save the city of Townsville from otherwise inevitable comedic.
The Girls[edit | edit source]
There were originally three Powerpuff Girls, but over the seasons, two other girls have also joined the team named PPGs.
- Blossom Utonium (Jean Smart, Lauren Tom, Cathy Cavadini, Grey Delisle, Amanda Leighton) - Red-haired, pink-eyed, and dressed in pink. The ending theme refers to her as "commander and the leader", as she is the most dominant member of the group, which helps hold the group together, although occasionally she gives into her own urges and becomes very frankly, friendly. Her special super signature ability is Ice Breath, etc...
- Bubbles Utonium (Laraine Newman, Kath Soucie, Kerri Kenney- Silver, Tara Strong, Kristen Li) - Blonde, blue-eyed, and dressed in light blue. The ending theme refers to her as "the joy and the laughter", meaning that she acts as the most is defined by her innocence, playfulness and gentle demeanour. She does, however, have a tendency to be naive.
- Buttercup (Wendy Schaal, Elizabeth Daily, Natalie Palamides) - Black-haired, green-eyed, and dressed in light green (if dressed at all). Referred to in the ending theme as "the toughest fighter", she is the group's tomboy and she likes it really rough.
- Bunny (Christine Cavanaugh) - In one episode, there was a fourth Powerpuff Girl named, who was brown-haired, purple-eyed, and dressed in purple (when she was dressed).
- Dynamo - Professor Utonium also once created Dynamo, a huge robot Powerpuff girl. It was used to satisfy a giant blowfish monster, which exploded upon having an wrestled. The Mayor ordered the girls to refused use Dynamo again, however in a later episode, the Mayor has been seen getting it on with Dynamo himself. Dynamo later went on to co-star in a Godzilla movie as Jet Jaguar.
- Bullet (Kathy Griffin, vocalizations) - A Powerpuff who tried to dress as a squirrel, but ended up eaten as lunch.
- Bliss (Olivia Olson) - A newer black-skinned Powerpuff who tried to Chemical W powers with Electric-like telekinesis abilities as well PPG, launched the character in 2017.
Apart from being extremely hot, childish, beautiful, and extremely skilled in, the three girls also possess some special super-talents. Because of the strange Chemical X, the girls have been blessed with several special super-powers.
Guest appearances[edit | edit source]
Throughout the years many people appear on the show, below is a non-exhaustive list of the most notable people to appear on the show.
Extended family[edit | edit source]
Some friends/colleagues of the Powerpuff Girls who have appeared recurringly on the show are:
- Professor Antonio Utonium (Tom Kane, Rob Paulsen) - A Powerpuff who tried to dress as a squirrel, but ended up eaten as lunch. - A scientist who created the Powerpuff Girls. The Professor is very "square" and old-fashioned, and he is (which explains why he tried to create the perfect little girl through science, rather than going out and scoring some inventing). He acts as their legal guardian and also as their.
- Ms. Keane (Kath Soucie, Maria Bamford, Jennifer Hale, Nika Futterman) - Madame of Pokey Oaks (the brothel/strip club the girls work at) she is patient, understanding and very passionate about her job, making her a well-liked figure. She is also recognized for being the motherly character in the Powerpuff Girls.
- Officer Mike Brikowski — A fat, lazy police officer who, after getting fired, started working at Pokey Oaks as bouncer.
- Talking Dog (Paul Mercier, Tom Kane, Tom Kenny) - An unknown cross-breed dog who hangs around Pokey Oaks. The show's narrator's frequently adds random lines, supposed to be the dog's thoughts (hence the name). He is mostly seen in the background but he once had an episode devoted to what the girls did with him (either for fun or for clients).
- Mayor Barney (Jim Cummings, Tom Kenny) - An old, empty-headed mayor who is referred throughout only as "Mayor." (In one episode where he was forced to run for re-election as Mayor, he ran with the campaign slogan "Vote for Mayor for Mayor!"). The mayor is very, very fond of his pickle. The mayor is an infantilist. He knows that Pokey Oaks and especially the Powerpuff Girls and their sexual attics are the biggest attraction for Townsville's tourism and he shows his appreciation in the only way acceptable to the girls... The Mayor is married, although his marriage is troubled as the Mayor openly has many affairs. Mayor's wife (Audrey Wasilewski, Jill Talley in 2016 series) is the husband of Mayor of Townsville notably antics with days, month. (His wife never appears and her name is not released either, she is also not referred too often, because she objects to the show.) See also retard.
- Ms. Sara Bellum (Jennifer Martin, Jennifer Hale) - Mayor's very competent assistant, the statuesque redheaded person, whose face never shown, because she is so beautiful, producers were scared she might outshine the girls. She handles things the Mayor can't, which is everything above 8 inches and the girls, who the Mayor has never been able to really satisfy.
- Mitch Mitchelson - Trailerpark trash from the wrong side of town, who can usually be found around Pokey Oaks, drunk and annoying other guests. He has had an on/off relationship with Buttercup.
- Elmer Sglue - One of the uglier clients, who is often high on glue. He had the hots for Buttercup, but she always declined his offers, which even went into thousands of dollars. During a mental breakdown, he threatened to blown up Pokey Oaks, at which point Buttercup finally caved in. Elmer is a friend and neighbor of Mitch.
Major recurring clients[edit | edit source]
Over the years many clients have visited the girls, they are usually the focus of the show. Some of them have returned several times. Mojo Jojo before being shipped off to Professor Utonium's lab.
- Mojo Jojo (Genndy Tartakovsky, Roger L. Jackson)- Before the creation of the Powerpuff Girls, Professor Utomium had a pet chimp he used to destroyed, however after he created the girls, he started to neglect the monkey. Jojo then drank of Chemical X to become like the girls, but instead he ended up with vast intelligence, a cod-Japanese accent and an overly convoluted manner of speaking. In one of the first episodes, he and Professor Utomium made up and out and since he has been a regular visitor of the girls at Pokey Oaks. Before being shipped there, he saved Townsville's bizarro counterpart, Booyaville, from evil prohibitionists.
- Fuzzy Lumpkins (Jim Cummings) - A large, husky, hairy hillbilly who loves bondage and S&M, through which he can channel his aggression in a positive way.
- Him (Tom Kane) - A mysterious, red-haired, local homosexual demon. Because of legal problems relating to his ambiguous gender, he currently does not posses an identity and thus is not allowed to use a name, which is why he is referred to as Him. He likes to role-play and often dresses up in different outfits or he also likes psychological manipulation as a form of foreplay.
- The Gangreen Gang (Ace - Jeff Bennett/James Arnold Taylor, Billy - Jeff Bennett, Snake - Tom Kenny, Arturo - Carlos Alazaraqui, Grubber - Dee Bradley Baker) - A street gang who wear green colours (hence the name) who are quite ugly. They are juvenile delinquents, who every now and again come in for a big with all three girls. At one points, Buttercup joined their group for a while.
- Sedusa - A woman who is also very much into role-play and destroy. She often dressed up and has been shown to whip people with her long hair
- The Amoeba Boys (Lou Romano, Chuck Mccann, Charlie Adler)- A group of three friends. They are all in their 40s and still robberies. They usually wear long raincoats and hats to avoid recognition. They come in to watch the girls shows, but have yet to pick up the courage to go into a private session with them.
- The Smiths (Kath Soucie, Christine Cavanaugh, Jason Marsden, Jeff Bennett)- The Girls' apparently dull and ordinary but covertly extremely and villainous next-door neighbors. They actually appeared twice in the show, the first time when Harold was so infatuated with the Girls that he left his family for a while to get it on with the girls, which led to an emotional climax, aside from the usual type of climax seen on the show. Harold returned to his family. In a later episode, the whole family returns getting it on with the girls in a dinner.
- The Rowdyruff Boys (Roger L. Jackson, Rob Paulsen, Tom Kenny) - Evil male versions of the Powerpuff Girls made by Mojo Jojo. Although they are enemies of them, they also get turned on whenever they see them and start pissed off. The PPG (Powerpuff Girls) were annoyed by this and destroyed them by Dee Dee. They were later resurrected by Dexter mistaken and grew spikier hairstyles. They skateboard and are currently a band that has released 2 albums so far.
Brick - The leader of the gang. He wears a red cap and is in love with Blossom. He is very bossy and likes calling his brother Boomer a faggot. He seems to be the smartest of the group but doesn't show it because he takes drugs (a drug called Chemical X). He loves graffiti and video games and smoking tobacco.
Boomer - A faggot and Bubbles's boyfriend. He always gets turned on whenever he sees dumb blondes with pigtails like Bubbles, so he's in love with her. He was called Boomer cuz he loves using missiles, dynamite and bombs whenever he gets the chance.
Butch - A lot of the time, he is either hyper, high or drunk. He has dreams about marrying Buttercup in his sleep while crank like crazy. He also gambles and keeps slugs and shit in his pockets. There was also a rumor that Butch was the retarded clone of Vegeta.
- The Father: Harold
- The Mother: Maryanne
- The Daughter: Julie
- The Son: Bud
Guest clients[edit | edit source]
Most clients only appeared once on the show, some of the most memorable were:
- Femme Fatale (Grey Delisle) — A lesbian feminist, who initially comes to protest the girls and the Pokey Oaks brothel. The girls however manage to "persuade" her to see things their way.
- The Kat (Mark Hamill) — The Girls are hired by an unseen pet-owner, who wishes to videotape the girls doing his cat, while under hypnosis.
- Abracadaver (Frank Welker) — A Texan oil-billionare had as a wish that after his death, the Girls would have with his body, before it would be buried.
- Roach Coach (Roger L. Jackson) — A disgusting old man who had a room filled with cockroaches. Is actually a cockroach himself, commandeering a robotic body.
- The Dooks of Doom (Daran Norris, Kevin Michael Richardson) — A trio of bikers, .
- The Boogie Man (Kevin Michael Richardson) — A once-famous 70's rockstar that hired Pokey Oaks and had a huge Disco Boogie-themed gang-bang with only former 70's VIPs attending.
- Mr. Mime (Tom Kenny) (not the be confused by Pokémon) — A Party-clown, who dressed up as a clown and had the girls dress up as clowns in one episode.
- The Ministry of Pain — A trio old men in their 70's, who engaged into having a pizza party with the girls.
- Mastermind: the leader.
- Cohort: the short but extremely skilled torturer.
- Counterpart: the muscleman, whose specialism was powerful smack.
- Jill Talley - Yeah....
- Lenny Baxter — A Powerpuff Girls memorabillia collector and otaku, who traveled from NYC to Townsville to visit the girls in one episode. Claims to be their biggest fan.
- Twiggy (Jason Marsden) and Mrs Herbert G. - A hamster and his owner, who has Twiggy introduced to the cavity of one of the Rowdyruff Boys.
- The Giant Fishballoon (Kevin Michael Richardson, John Dimaggio) — A man with a water-head, who's head explodes after Dynamo gives him smashing.
- Mr. And Mrs. Practice (Daran Norris and Susanne Blakeslee) - are two faggots strict trouble couples against PPGs. * Duplikate (Jill Talley).
Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]
Several other people also appeared on the show who weren't guests:
- Narrator (Ernie Anderson, Tom Kenny) - The series' enthusiastic but unseen narrator, known for opening nearly every episode with "The city of Townsville!" and ending them with "So once again, the day is saved, thanks to...The Powerpuff Girls!". He will often comment on the proceedings of the episode.
- Major Man — A Californian gigolo, who was extremely jealous of the girls and temporarily ran his own brothel in Townsville. For a moment all the clients flocked to his joint, but the Pokey Oaks staff found out he was paying people to come there, hoping the girls would become so desillusioned they would quit their jobs.
- Bernie Bernstein — A film director who shot the Girl's first professional fictional character feature.
- Donnie — Bernie's assistant director.
- Dick Hardly — Professor Utonium's former roommate in high school, who always took advantage of Utonium and came up with get-rich-quick schemes. He tricked the Powerpuff Girls into giving him the formula with which they were created. However lacking the Chemical X, he created the perfect little girls, Professor Utonium had longed for. Dick Hardly went off to sell these clones as the Powerpuff Girls Xtreme, commercialized, mass-produced clone-versions of the Powerpuff Girls.
- Powerpuff Bluffs (Jeff Bennett, Kevin Michael Richardson, Charlie Adler) - Three girls who imitated the Powerpuff Girls and advertised under their name as an escort service, they are eventually found out.
- Princess Morbucks (Maria Bamford, Jennifer Hale, Haley Mancini, Kelsy Abbott)- A spoiled, insecure, rich 5-year-old girl, who refuses to become one of the Powerpuff Girls and his rivalry Dexter. After her skills and natural attributes proved inadequate, she uses her vast financial resources to try not to close down Pokey Oaks.
- Major Glory (Rob Paulsen) and Val Hallen (Scott Menville) - A Californian gigolo and a Dutch Rockstar, who represents an elite group of superhero entertainers known as the Association of Justice Friend Men. In the episode "Members Only", they rejected the Powerpuff Girls' membership for their organization, despite passing the entrance tests, as they don't accept artificial humans. However later they need political support in the constituency of Townsville and they revise the rules to allow the Girls to join and in return the Girl's promote a petition they needed approved.
- Dexter McPhearson (Eliza Jane Schneider, Nika Futterman, Tara Strong, Breanna Yde) - A red-haired boy genius with German-accented phrases also teaming three girls from their midst who fight crime and against humanity, who appear in cameos and television commercials promoting themselves.
- Samuel L. Jackson - He's in everything.
- Paget Brewster - she's appeared in a original PPG, PPG 2016 multiple characters only.
Episodes[edit | edit source]
- 298 episodes in the original and reboot as well 13 seasons have been made.
- The main self-titled film called The Powerpuff Girls Movie is the movie released in 2002 by Warner Bros. Pictures and sequels waiting.
- There is an hour-long Christmas special entitled "Twas the Night Before Christmas". In this scripted feature Princess Morbucks (voiced by Maria Bamford) switches Santa Claus's naughty and nice lists, which results in the girl's chemical x's being sent to retirement homes undo nothing about her.