The Powerpuff Girls (Classic)

1998 • Cartoon Network
1.01K reviews
Watch in a web browser or on supported devices Learn More

Season 6 episodes (13)

1 The Powerpuff Girls - Prime Mates / Coupe d'Etat
"Prime Mates" Back when Mojo Jojo tried to take over the world with primates, 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. / "Coupe d'Etat" When the Professor tricks out his car, the Girls realize that this K.A.R.R. is taking the Professor away from them - both figuratively and literally.
2 The Powerpuff Girls - Makes Zen To Me / Say Uncle
"Makes Zen to Me" When Buttercup gets a fortune cookie saying that "Peace Lies Within" the most violent of Powerpuffs sets out on a quest for inner peace. / "Say Uncle" The Girls go to pick up the Professor's brother at the train station, but mistake him for a Wild Man being transported to the circus.
3 The Powerpuff Girls - Reeking Havoc / Live and Let D.Y.N.A.M.O
"Reeking Havoc" This year, the Professor's submission for the 2nd Annual Townsville Chili Cookoff is X-tra Special. But this X-tra Special ingredient doesn't settle well with Townsville's tummies. / "Live and Let D.Y.N.A.M.O" D.Y.N.A.M.O. is terrorizing Townsville, but who's working the controls? Now the Girls have to battle their own robot while trying to discover who is trying to pit their own weapon against them,
4 The Powerpuff Girls - Mo' Linguish / Oops, I Did It Again
"Mo' Linguish" Mojo is sentenced to do community service for Townsville and begins teaching English at the Learning Annex. Soon everyone is speaking in circles like Mojo and the town comes to a standstill. / "Oops, I Did It Again" When the Professor realizes that all his successful experiments are actually just accidents he sets out to do something brilliant on purpose.
5 A Made Up Story
"A Made Up Story" Someone is defacing all the posters and statues of Townsville with make-up. Can the Girls stop this makeover takeover or will they get the blush off?
6 Little Miss Interprets / Night Mayor
"Little Miss Interprets" When the Girls hear the Professor trying to make something out of sugar, spice, and everything nice, they are sure he's trying to create new little girls.
7 The Powerpuff Girls - Custody Battle / The City of Nutsville
"Custody Battle" Mojo discovers that the Rowdyruff Boys are back and is determined to show them that he is a more evil dad than Him. / "The City of Nutsville" The squirrels of Townsville are chirping mad! But when Bubbles loses her ability to speak, the Girls don't know how to calm them down!
8 Aspirations
"Aspirations" The Gangreen Gang is actually committing brilliant crimes. But behind every great gang, there has to be a great woman.
9 The Powerpuff Girls - That's Not My Baby! / Simian Says
"That's Not My Baby!" The Girls save a baby from a Monster attacking Townsville, but can't find the mother. Can these three superheroes manage to take care of one little baby? / "Simian Says" When the Narrator is mysteriously bound and gagged, Mojo Jojo takes over his job, ordering the Girls to steal for him all over Townsville.
10 The Powerpuff Girls - Sun Scream / The City of Frownsville
"Sun Scream" The Girls get the ultimate sunburn and must try to fight crime despite their UV damage. / "The City of Frownsville" When the tearful Lou Gubrious sets a crying ray on Townsville, the Girls must find a way to stop the tears before the town is flooded.
11 West in Pieces
"West in Pieces" It's the old west and Mojo the Kid has robbed the first bank ever and forced the sheriff out of town and it is up to the Steamypuff Girls to save the day at a high-noon showdown.
12 The Powerpuff Girls - Crazy Mixed Up Puffs / Mizzen In Action
"Crazy Mixed Up Puffs" The girls must literally work as one to try and stop Mojo from destroying Townsville. / "Mizzen in Action" Captain Crack McGraigen and his crew are tossed forward in time where they discover the "Chemical X" that marks the spot and it's up to the Girls and the Professor to send the super charged pirates back to their own time.
13 The Powerpuff Girls - Roughing It Up / What's the Big Idea
"Roughing It Up" The Girls and the Professor set on an old-fashioned vacation to the Townsville Swamp. Trouble is, Fuzzy and his nephews are there too. / "What's the Big Idea" 20-story-tall Powerpuff Girls spell disaster for Townsville as they delicately try to stop Mojo from taking over.

About this show

When Professor Utonium mixed up a special concoction of sugar, spice and Chemical X, he created Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles - The Powerpuff Girls! So those evil Townsville villains better watch their backs because these girls are ready to fly into action at the flip of a ponytail. Super-cute, super-fast and saving the world before bedtime!
1.01K reviews
Adrian Agustin
June 16, 2020
The original Powerpuff Girls were part of my childhood. The vibrant action is so good! At first, it was called Whoopass Stew! I hate that name. Craig McCracken changed it to the Powerpuff Girls. For the What A Cartoon! series, the first Powerpuff Girls short Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins aired on Cartoon Network's World Premiere Toon-In in 1995 and Crime 101 in 1996. The two pilots were successful, so it was developed into a full-blown series. If you look at the first episode Monkey See, Doggy Do, Mojo Jojo turned everyone in Townsville into dogs, so the Power Pups saved the day. That same title was based off of a Whoopass Stew pilot that the maker of the show made in 1992. Welcome to the 1998-2005 universe! Cathy Cavadini is still Blossom and E.G. Daily is still Buttercup. Tara Strong is the new Bubbles. Tom Kenny is the mayor of Townville and the show's narrator. Tom Kane is Professor Utonium and HIM. Jennifer Hale is Ms. Keane and Princess Morbucks. Roger L. Jackson is Mojo Jojo! The show was colorful, creative, and never was afraid to turn up the brutality factor. I recommend seasons 1-4 because there is SO MUCH VIOLENCE! Craig McCracken left the series so he could work on Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends. Chris Savino and Paul Rudish took over. For seasons 5-6, the show moved from Hanna-Barbera Productions over to Cartoon Network Studios. The show moved from its traditional hand-painted cells and was now being colored through digital inking. Moving to digital ink would not result in a change to the show's art style. Digital ink makes the lines crisper and more consistent. The backgrounds went from these warm bright colors over to this simplified, cold-bleached out blue look. The Girls seemed to have gotten larger heads with even bigger bug eyes staring into your soul. Mojo now has these pointed ears. The Rowdyruff Boys were redesigned. The newer episodes seem to move at a snail's pace. Jokes would be dragged out way too long, and the creativity and storytelling just seemed to be stagnant. There was nothing on the grand scale of things. The creativity was gone, the art style had dropped, and the adventure was over. And so in 2005, the Powerpuff Girls series finally came to an end, and this time, it seemed like it for good. The tenth anniversary special, "The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!" aired in Europe and Asia before the U.S. It was animated using Adobe Flash.
Did you find this helpful?
Meme Lord
July 29, 2016
This show is one of the most memorable and one of the most well done shows. It's a shame that nowadays Cartoon Network don't make as many good shows as they used to. If the reboot gets put on Google Play, don't get the reboot, I've heard that the reboot is absolutely terrible.
25 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
DosRandom 8Guys
August 4, 2017
Far better than the reboot, which relies on memes and 2010s slang, and tries to hard to be hip. This one was cool without even trying. Just stick to the episodes involving Hanna-Barbera (the post-movie ones are gag-a-day that vary wildly in quality), which are consistently good. Plus, The Rowdyruff Boys were a great concept, and was gender-bending without pandering. Overall good.
Did you find this helpful?

Rate this show

Tell us what you think.

Similar shows