Top 5 Most Amazing Powerpuff Girls Episodes That You Should Totally Watch

PPG is the Emmy-award winning American cartoon series released by the premiere kid’s channel, Cartoon Network. The charming characters and interesting storyline made by Craig McCracken were the perfect ingredients that made it the most highly-rated cartoon series in its network’s history. From 1998 to 2005, this trio hooked a lot of young audiences, mainly the 90’s kids who grew up watching the trio kick some ass.

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The famous Powerpuff Girls (PPG) aka “sugar, spice, and everything nice, spilled with Chemical X trio” is now set to return in our TV screens next year(Reference). Pretty soon, you’ll be seeing Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup defend Townsville against memorable foes like Mojo Jojo, Him, and maybe some other new villains. But before the much awaited TPPG reboot hits the small screen, let us see if you still remember its history and the show’s top five best episodes.

 

5. Knock It Off

This episode is about Dick Hardly, a friend of Professor Utonium, who discovered the girls’ power and wanted to market them. Obviously, the Professor kicked him out but Dick never stopped and fooled the girls. He became a monster after swallowing the Chemical X and trapped the little girls in a Chemical X sucking machine. Professor Utonium showed up offering his life in exchange of his three girls but Dick refused. The Professor and the little girls declared their love for each other. Eventually, the power of love saved them.

 

4. See me, Feel me, Gnomey

All the main villains unite and tried to abolish the Powerpuff Girls. There’s even a black gnome who promised the girls a better world without evil if they’re going to give up their powers. The girls almost fell on this trap, but the Professor explained that the world will never be free of evil. With the heart of a hero, the girls destroyed the gnome.

3. Telephonies

This is the episode where the villains became heroes. The confused little girls were being tricked by the Gangreen Gang using the character of the mayor. They told the girls that Mojo, HIM, and Fuzy was up to something wicked, but the villains said they are not doing anything bad. Eventually, Big Billy revealed that Gangreen Gang was tricking them. In the end, the villains, Mojo, HIM, and Fuzzy, teamed up to beat the Gang.

2. Mime for a Change

Rainbow the Clown showed up and turned into Mr. Mime after a truck full of bleach tipped over him. Mr. Mime seeks for revenge on the world by taking the vibrant vibe away from everyone. He made the whole town black and white. And it’s not just the scenery that he changed. Without color, life in Townsville became lifeless and dull too! The girls solved the problem by singing a song about how love makes the world go ‘round.

1. The Rowdyruff Boys

In this episode, Mojo Jojo tried to make his own Powerpuff Girls. But instead of creating cute, little girls, his experiment produced The Rowdyruff Boys instead. The new super villain trio consisted of Brick, Boomer, and Butch. Mojo Jojo told the boys that the girls are a threat to them. The Rowdyruff Boys confronted and fought the Powerpuff Girls. Try as they might, the super girls were no match against the boys because they’re more powerful. Instead of trying to fight back, the charming girls kissed the boys, causing them to explode.

With these all-time favorite episodes, fans demand for more. Finally, Rob Sorcher, Cartoon Network’s chief content officer, announced that these pint-sized girls are about to use their forces again to fight the evil in 2016. The rebooted version of these little charming heroes is expected to amaze the new generation and satisfy its old viewers.

How about you, what do you expect in the Powerpuff Girl’s comeback? Let us know in the comments!

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