History Fridge / ThePowerpuffGirls

19th Mar '17 10:06:21 PM ProbeControl
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*** Or maybe only one generation. The Samurai Jack [[https://http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Fridge/SamuraiJack Fridge Horror]] has this: "At one point, Samurai Jack visits what appears to be the ruins of Townsville. Given this, and the fact that the original Powerpuff Girls series had hints that it shares it's universe with Dexter, if not other CN shows from the time (though WordOfGod does conflict with their crossovers), it leads one to a horrifying thought: '''Did Aku kill the Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, and every other CN hero around who could have stopped him'''?"
13th Mar '17 10:07:03 PM Unicorndance
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* At the end of "Knock It Off", the girls are dying, but Prof. Utonium brings them back with love, stating that "love was the only ingredient the villain missed in creating your replicas" or something along those lines. While at first glance, this may sound like a cliched ThePowerOfLove line that doesn't make sense in terms of science, on a closer look, maybe it does, because to create the powerpuff girls, he used Chemical X along with sugar, spice, and ''everything'' nice. And love, of course, is nice. Maybe the villains left out love because they just tossed in all the nice things they could find and of course most people can't physically put love into a recipe but the professor could because he had a bag of everything nice on hold, and if you look closely at him pouring it in, you see a heart which likely means love.



* At the end of "Knock It Off", the girls are dying, but Prof. Utonium brings them back with love, stating that "love was the only ingredient the villain missed in creating your replicas" or something along those lines. While at first glance, this may sound like a cliched ThePowerOfLove line that doesn't make sense in terms of science, on a closer look, maybe it does, because to create the powerpuff girls, he used Chemical X along with sugar, spice, and ''everything'' nice. And love, of course, is nice. Maybe the villains left out love because they just tossed in all the nice things they could find and of course most people can't physically put love into a recipe but the professor could because he had a bag of everything nice on hold, and if you look closely at him pouring it in, you see a heart which likely means love.

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* At the end of "Knock It Off", the girls are dying, but Prof. Utonium brings them back with love, stating that "love was the only ingredient the villain missed in creating your replicas" or something along those lines. While at first glance, this may sound like a cliched ThePowerOfLove line that doesn't make sense in terms of science, on a closer look, maybe it does, because to create the powerpuff girls, he used Chemical X along with sugar, spice, and ''everything'' nice. And love, of course, is nice. Maybe the villains left out love because they just tossed in all the nice things they could find and of course most people can't physically put love into a recipe but the professor could because he had a bag of everything nice on hold, and if you look closely at him pouring it in, you see a heart which likely means love.
12th Mar '17 11:54:56 AM Unicorndance
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12th Mar '17 11:54:15 AM Unicorndance
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* At the end of "Knock It Off", the girls are dying, but Prof. Utonium brings them back with love, stating that "love was the only ingredient the villain missed in creating your replicas" or something along those lines. While at first glance, this may sound like a cliched ThePowerOfLove line that doesn't make sense in terms of science, on a closer look, maybe it does, because to create the powerpuff girls, he used Chemical X along with sugar, spice, and ''everything'' nice. And love, of course, is nice. Maybe the villains left out love because they just tossed in all the nice things they could find and of course most people can't physically put love into a recipe but the professor could because he had a bag of everything nice on hold, and if you look closely at him pouring it in, you see a heart which likely means love.
1st Mar '17 1:17:14 PM Monolaf317
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* In the movie, the Professor names the girls and gives reasonable explanations behind them....except Buttercup's (it also began with "b"). Buttercup is the most abrasive of the three, what with her bad attitude and greater chance of hostility (just ask [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Fuzzy Lumpkins]]). In reality, buttercups look harmless, but they can do some crazy shit to you upon consumption and can even end up killing you.

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* In the movie, the Professor names the girls and gives reasonable explanations behind them....except Buttercup's (it also began with "b"). Buttercup is the most abrasive of the three, what with her bad attitude and greater chance of hostility (just ask [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Fuzzy Lumpkins]]). In reality, buttercups look harmless, but they can do some crazy shit to you upon consumption and can even end up killing you.you (see ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s [[NightmareFuel/{{Undertale}} Nightmare Fuel]] page for proof).



* Of course, one of the more obvious cases of Fridge Logic is this: How can the girls even pick up things if they don't have any fingers?

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* Of course, one of the more obvious cases of Fridge Logic is this: How can the girls even pick up things if they don't have any fingers?fingers?
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25th Jul '16 12:00:08 PM darco
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* Blossom seems to be a BrokenAce (most likely a Type 2). In "Power-Noia", she is shown to base the whole worth of her life on her intelligence in her [[YourWorstNightmare worst nightmare]], and in "Not-So Awesome Blossom" she runs away from home after making a couple of simple mistakes, such as spilling tea and knocking over a toy tower.
** Even worse, in "Power-Noia" both Buttercup and Bubbles managed to combat and get over their fears of spiders and monsters in the dark respectively. Blossom however, only manages to win because she recognized it was all Him's game and not because grades (in kindergarten no less) aren't the single most important thing in determining who you are. Does that mean she still has that complex? It provides good FanficFuel for certain though.
23rd Jun '16 5:31:43 PM PPG-Katelyn
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* In one episode, Buttercup (who is in kindergarten) gets into a relationship with Ace of the Gangrene Gang (who is [[VagueAge at least]] a teenager). Granted, it's revealed at the end that [[spoiler: Ace was just using Buttercup so that she'd stop her sisters from beating up him and his gang]], but it's still ''a teenager dating a five-year-old-girl!''

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* In one episode, "Buttercrush", Buttercup (who is in kindergarten) gets into a relationship with Ace of the Gangrene Gang (who is [[VagueAge at least]] a teenager). Granted, it's revealed at the end that [[spoiler: Ace was just using Buttercup so that she'd stop her sisters from beating up him and his gang]], but it's still ''a teenager dating a five-year-old-girl!''
* At the end of "Criss Cross Crisis", everyone was switched back to their original bodies, [[spoiler: that is except for Bubbles and the Narrator. Considering there was still one pair that swapped bodies, could this mean there are still other people and animals that haven't been switched back?]]
12th Jun '16 12:41:42 PM OddOneIn
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* In the movie, the Professor names the girls and gives reasonable explanations behind them....except Buttercup's (it also began with "b"). Buttercup is the most abrasive of the three, what with her bad attitude and greater chance of hostility (just ask [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Fuzzy Lumpkins]]). In reality, buttercups look harmless, but they can do some crazy shit to you upon consumption and can even end up killing you (something [[spoiler:{{Undertale}} taught us all too well]]).

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* In the movie, the Professor names the girls and gives reasonable explanations behind them....except Buttercup's (it also began with "b"). Buttercup is the most abrasive of the three, what with her bad attitude and greater chance of hostility (just ask [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Fuzzy Lumpkins]]). In reality, buttercups look harmless, but they can do some crazy shit to you upon consumption and can even end up killing you (something [[spoiler:{{Undertale}} taught us all too well]]).you.
16th May '16 1:58:34 PM Technomaru
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* Doubles as crowning moment of heartwarming but in the movie Professor Utonium explains why he created the girls in the first place, "Wow! I can't believe it! I wanted to create some kids I could teach good and bad, right and wrong, and in turn maybe they'd do some good for this terrible town, and now I can! All I got to do is be a good parent!"... and since the girls eventually end up using their superpowers to fight crime HE WAS RIGHT!
16th May '16 1:55:49 PM Technomaru
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** Worse yet... WHAT WERE THE GANGREEN GANG GOING TO DO TO THE GIRLS BEFORE THEY DISCOVERED HOW TO USE THEIR POWERS!!!!


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** They took that concept and made it into a movie called "The Purge"!


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** Maybe it was a throwaway joke since Mange and Spore are obvious parodies of "Spawn" and the unnammed demon is a parody of Malabogia, the demon who gave Spawn his powers in the first place.


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** In the movie the Professor outright explains why he created the girls. "Wow! I can't believe it! I wanted to create some kids I could teach good and bad, right and wrong, and in turn maybe they'd do some good for this terrible town, and now I can! All I got to do is be a good parent!" Apparently this piece of fridge horror became a moment in heartwarming!
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