History Headscratchers / ThePowerpuffGirls

24th Sep '17 5:51:41 PM defunctzombie
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** In the episode "Fallen Arches", the girls recruit geriatric hero duo Captain Righteous and Lefty, when Blossom won't let the other girls combat the equally aged Ministry of Pain. A newsreel shown to them by the Mayor makes it appear that these two protected the city in their heyday.
20th Aug '17 6:26:40 AM MsCC93
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** There were LOTS of villains there. Maybe the girls could beat up some of them,but eventually got tired and beaten up by the sheer numbers?

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\n** There were LOTS of villains there. Maybe the girls could beat up some of them,but them, but eventually got tired and beaten up by the sheer numbers?
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* So in "Bought & Scold," everybody is talking about how Princess was foolish for passing a bill that legalizes crime. Wasn't her father just as foolish for allowing a 5-6 year old girl run a whole city and thinking nothing can go wrong?
26th Jul '17 7:03:03 PM megasonidow
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** There were LOTS of villains there. Maybe the girls could beat up some of them,but eventually got tired and beaten up by the sheer numbers?
23rd Jul '17 3:07:57 PM nombretomado
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** The police are terrified of the Ministry due to their reputiation from WW2, and the girls dont really have any other way to take villains down other than beating them into submission.

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** The police are terrified of the Ministry due to their reputiation from WW2, [=WW2=], and the girls dont really have any other way to take villains down other than beating them into submission.
30th Jun '17 9:26:26 PM scoobydoo
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This is the troper who wrote this and now that think about it.....Not really..

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This ***This is the troper who wrote this and now that think about it.....Not really..
30th Jun '17 9:25:04 PM scoobydoo
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This is the troper who wrote this and now that think about it.....Not really..
16th Jun '17 7:11:53 PM Julia1984
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* [[HypocriticalHumor While it's why I like the show in the first place,]]Why is this show sometimes excessively violent? Like when the girls "save the day" They beat the living hell out of the monster or villian they are fighting. and the fights are almost always show in rapid succession and a whole lot of [[SecondPersonAttack]]. Fight sequences like in when the girls [[DisproportionateRetribution beat Billy up in "Slave The Day" even though he knew what he did was wrong and Blossom said "Good"]] and also "Candy Is Dandy" where the girls Beat Mojo up over candy. Sure it was wrong what he did but the girls took it[[UpToEleven]] when Mojo said "No" after Buttercup said "You want some more man?" ,to where he is [[BodyHorror badly deforemed and has broken fingers and spit coming out of his mouth]]. Shouldn't these [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown]]s be VERY crippling or even could kill the villian? After all,they are getting hit multiple times very hard. One video on Website/{{YouTube}} that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks compares the new show to the old show]] and points out that the girls only care about "When they kick the dude and the red stuff comes out" [[https://youtu.be/xCTcUUYCoBk?t=167]] makes me wonder........ Hahaha

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* [[HypocriticalHumor While it's why I like the show in the first place,]]Why place,]] why is this show sometimes excessively violent? Like when the girls "save the day" They beat the living hell out of the monster or villian villain they are fighting. and the fights are almost always show in rapid succession and a whole lot of [[SecondPersonAttack]].SecondPersonAttack. Fight sequences like in when the girls [[DisproportionateRetribution beat Billy up in "Slave The Day" even though he knew what he did was wrong and Blossom said "Good"]] and also "Candy Is Dandy" where the girls Beat Mojo up over candy. Sure it was wrong what he did but the girls took it[[UpToEleven]] it UpToEleven when Mojo said "No" after Buttercup said "You want some more man?" ,to where he is [[BodyHorror badly deforemed deformed and has broken fingers and spit coming out of his mouth]]. Shouldn't these [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown]]s {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s be VERY crippling or even could kill the villian? villain? After all,they are getting hit multiple times very hard. One video on Website/{{YouTube}} that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks compares the new show to the old show]] and points out that the girls only care about "When they kick the dude and the red stuff comes out" [[https://youtu.be/xCTcUUYCoBk?t=167]] makes me wonder........ Hahaha
16th Jun '17 10:15:58 AM MsCC93
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Mojo Jojo-Grudge against the girls and the professor and was created in the same accident
Princess-Only became a villain after meeting the girls
RowdyRuff Boys-created specifically to fight the girls
Fuzzy Lumpkin-only really comes out for specific reasons otherwise he just remains in his house
Him-probably only became interested in Townsville when the girls appeared and decided it was fun to mess with them
Sedusa-probably was already there
Gangreen Gang-Was specifically shown in the film to be there already and causing trouble.

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*** Mojo Jojo-Grudge against the girls and the professor and was created in the same accident
Princess-Only ***Princess-Only became a villain after meeting the girls
RowdyRuff ***RowdyRuff Boys-created specifically to fight the girls
Fuzzy ***Fuzzy Lumpkin-only really comes out for specific reasons otherwise he just remains in his house
Him-probably ***Him-probably only became interested in Townsville when the girls appeared and decided it was fun to mess with them
Sedusa-probably ***Sedusa-probably was already there
Gangreen ***Gangreen Gang-Was specifically shown in the film to be there already and causing trouble.



** There was definitely '''never''' any such episode in the official 1998 American animated series. Can't speak for the comics, Japanese adaptation, fan works, or reboot. Sounds like a great idea, though.

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** There was definitely '''never''' any such episode in the official 1998 American animated series. Can't speak for the comics, Japanese adaptation, fan works, or reboot. Sounds like a great idea, though.though.

* So in the episode "Twisted Sister," how come the girls weren't able to fight back against the non super powered villains with their super powers rather than allowing themselves to be beaten up?

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16th Jun '17 10:07:54 AM MsCC93
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** He probably put himself up there for the heck of it.
14th Jun '17 8:22:35 AM Julia1984
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** I've read this question before, and I sincerely always have the same reaction: Would the amount of violence stand out so much or matter so much if the main characters were male?



** There was definitely '''never''' any such episode in the official 1998 American animated series. Can't speak for the comics, japanese adaptation, fan works, or reboot. Sounds like a great idea, though.

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** There was definitely '''never''' any such episode in the official 1998 American animated series. Can't speak for the comics, japanese Japanese adaptation, fan works, or reboot. Sounds like a great idea, though.
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