History Radar / ThePowerpuffGirls

17th May '17 10:27:09 PM scoobydoo
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** Also,in that same episode,The music in general sounds more like 70's porno music rather than disco music. (heck, the episode name references the movie about the porn industry at the time)
5th Apr '17 7:22:22 PM Segal991
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** Also in that same episode, the flashback where the Professor nearly marries Mojo Mojo. It culminates with the latter saying that he "has always loved the Professor".


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* In "Not So Awesome Blossom", Blossom accidentally spills extremely hot tea, then it lands in ''[[GroinAttack the professor's lap.]]''
4th Apr '17 9:30:41 PM Fangusu
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* In ''Mommy Fearest'', the girls help the professor prepare for a date. As they're enthusiastically spiffing him up with various accessories and items of clothing, Buttercup adds "And some of these!" in a rather suggestive tone while tucking something unseen into his shirt pocket. This was made even more obvious in the Polish dub, where Buttercup calls the mysterious thing "you-know-what".

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* In ''Mommy Fearest'', the girls help the professor prepare for a date. As they're enthusiastically spiffing him up with various accessories and items of clothing, Buttercup adds "And some of these!" in a rather suggestive tone while tucking something unseen into his shirt pocket. This was made even more obvious in the Polish dub, where Buttercup calls the mysterious thing "you-know-what".



** Heck, Sedusa's ''name'' counts, with it being a play on "seduce" and "Medusa."



* ItMakesSenseInContext, but in ''The Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever'', Buttercup and Blossom have an argument about "coming." It ends with Buttercup declaring "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdxM6izjN_w No one tells me when to come!]] I'm a monster - I ''surprise''!"
25th Mar '17 1:34:29 AM TommyTiger
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** In addition, a morbidly obese man (meant to emulate a creepy obsessed nerd) is shown in an infomercial saying he "lost over 200 pounds" [[ADateWithRosiePalms thanks]] to his Blossom knockoff toy. As if to drive the point home further, Bubbles then remarks "Lost over 200 pounds? I don't get it." We hope you never do, Bubbles.

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** In addition, a morbidly obese man (meant to emulate a creepy obsessed nerd) is shown in an infomercial saying he "lost over 200 pounds" [[ADateWithRosiePalms thanks]] to his Blossom knockoff toy. As if to drive the point home further, Bubbles then remarks "Lost over 200 pounds? I don't get it." We hope you never do, Bubbles."
23rd Mar '17 8:18:06 PM KingClark
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''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' was not originally conceived as a kids' show (it was originally titled "The Whoopass Girls," but Cartoon Network wouldn't air the show unless it was changed to something more family-friendly). The mere existence of the items on this page lends credibility to the theory that it was only a kids' show in appearance and tone. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfX4c6Z4uwE here]] for more information.

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''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' was not originally conceived as a kids' show (it was originally titled "The Whoopass Girls," but Cartoon Network wouldn't air the show unless it was changed to something more family-friendly). The mere existence of the items on this page lends credibility to the theory that it was only a kids' show in appearance and tone. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfX4c6Z4uwE here]] for more information.
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23rd Mar '17 8:17:52 PM KingClark
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''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' was not originally conceived as a kids' show (it was originally titled "The Whoopass Girls," but Cartoon Network wouldn't air the show unless it was changed to something more family-friendly). The mere existence of the items on this page lends credibility to the theory that it was only a kids' show in appearance and tone. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfX4c6Z4uwE here]]

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''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' was not originally conceived as a kids' show (it was originally titled "The Whoopass Girls," but Cartoon Network wouldn't air the show unless it was changed to something more family-friendly). The mere existence of the items on this page lends credibility to the theory that it was only a kids' show in appearance and tone. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfX4c6Z4uwE here]]
here]] for more information.
22nd Mar '17 9:50:34 PM Segal991
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* Sara Bellum is practically an example in and of herself. The fact that she is only seen from the chest down has often been suggested as being a joking way of non-verbally explaining that [[MyFaceIsUpHere everybody is staring at her breasts most of the time]]. Blossom practically confirmed this theory in ''The Powerpuff Girls' Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever'', in which she dresses as Ms. Bellum by combing her hair over her face and shoving a few stuffed animals down the front of her dress.

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* Sara Bellum is practically an example in and of herself. The fact that she is only seen from the chest down has often been suggested as being a joking way of non-verbally explaining that [[MyFaceIsUpHere everybody is staring at her breasts most of the time]]. Blossom practically confirmed this theory in ''The Powerpuff Girls' Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever'', in which she dresses as Ms. Bellum by combing her hair over her face and shoving a few stuffed animals down the front of her dress.dress, as seen in the page image.



'''Robyn:''' Don't worry, Professor. I was an accident, too!\\

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'''Robyn:''' '''Robin:''' Don't worry, Professor. [[SurprisePregnancy I was an accident, too!\\too!]]\\



'''Robyn:''' (Later) Your dad is funny.

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'''Robyn:''' '''Robin:''' (Later) Your dad is funny.



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBZ0-GTFWNI Another promo]] has Mojo Jojo confronting a (real, not animated) gorilla, proclaiming he is the alpha male. The gorilla stands upright, and...

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBZ0-GTFWNI Another promo]] has Mojo Jojo confronting a (real, not animated) gorilla, proclaiming he is the alpha male. The gorilla stands upright, Mojo looks shocked, and...
21st Mar '17 2:59:17 PM Segal991
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* The episode where Sedusa replaces Ms. Bellum features a series of visual double entendres -- for example, "Ms. Bellum" helping the mayor sharpen a pencil while he gets a blissful look, then pulls back the pencil to discover only a nub left.

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* The episode where "Something's A Ms." wherein Sedusa replaces Ms. Bellum features a series of visual double entendres -- for example, "Ms. Bellum" helping the mayor sharpen a pencil while he gets a blissful look, then pulls back the pencil to discover only a nub left.



* [[{{Satan}} Him]]. The very existence of an openly [[CreepyCrossdresser transvestite villain]] who may or may not be Satan himself in a kid's show is a bit surprising, but at one point, Him '''licks''' the professor quite suggestively.

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* [[{{Satan}} Him]]. The very existence of an openly a [[CreepyCrossdresser transvestite villain]] who may or may not be Satan himself in a kid's show is a bit surprising, but at one point, Him '''licks''' the professor quite suggestively.



* Check out WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls having orgasms from candy in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFJmqSGeyXg the episode Candy is Dandy]] (start at about 2:10 and go till about 3:25). 'Orgasm' might not be the most appropriate word to use in conjunction with a trio of 5-year-old girls, but there's no other way to describe it.

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* Check out WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls having [[OrgasmicallyDelicious orgasms from candy candy]] in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFJmqSGeyXg the episode Candy is Dandy]] (start at about 2:10 and go till about 3:25). 'Orgasm' might not be the most appropriate word to use in conjunction with a trio of 5-year-old girls, but there's no other way to describe it.
17th Mar '17 2:00:05 PM CrayonKiddo
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* At the beginning of ''Just Another Manic Mojo'' there's a woman rubbing her boyfriend's back with sun cream. Said boyfriend seems to be naked, though nothing is shown (the woman is sitting on him).
10th Jan '17 4:26:38 PM KingClark
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* In the episode "Dream Scheme," much like the [[SpongeBobSquarePantsSpongebob joke where Spongebob tells Patrick that "his genius is showing" and the latter replies, "Where?" Buttercup tells Bubbles that "her ego is showing." Of course Bubbles then says "What, where?"

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* In the episode "Dream Scheme," much like the [[SpongeBobSquarePantsSpongebob ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Spongebob]]'' joke where Spongebob tells Patrick that "his genius is showing" and the latter replies, "Where?" Buttercup tells Bubbles that "her ego is showing." Of course Bubbles then says "What, where?"
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