History ShoutOut / ThePowerpuffGirls

7th Feb '17 1:48:28 PM robotdepapel
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* Also in "Super Zeroes", Buttercup's comic book "Spore" is a direct parody of Spawn, complete with a Malebolgia expy granting her powers.
31st Jan '17 1:58:12 PM Prinzenick
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* The girls house is inspired by the look of a house from the 1958 film ''Mon Uncle''.
6th Dec '16 12:43:23 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Blossom's first fight with Princess Morbucks is a scene-for-scene shout out to Anime/DragonballZ. The energy blast, the NonchalantDodge, the smoke, and the fight between the two were directly from one of the fights.

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* The Blossom's first fight with Princess Morbucks is a scene-for-scene shout out to Anime/DragonballZ. The energy blast, the NonchalantDodge, the smoke, and the fight between the two were directly from one of the fights.fights in the Namek Saga.
6th Dec '16 12:41:28 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Blossom's first fight with Princess Morbucks is a scene-for-scene shout out to Anime/DragonballZ. Th energy blast, the NonchalantDodge, the smoke, and the fight between the two were directly from one of the fights.

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* The Blossom's first fight with Princess Morbucks is a scene-for-scene shout out to Anime/DragonballZ. Th The energy blast, the NonchalantDodge, the smoke, and the fight between the two were directly from one of the fights.
6th Dec '16 12:41:12 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* While Princess is pretending to have been captured by Mojo Jojo in "Mo Job"; she says [[Music/TheBeatles "Help! I need somebody! Help! Not just anybody!"]]

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* While Princess is pretending to have been captured by Mojo Jojo in "Mo Job"; she says [[Music/TheBeatles "Help! I need somebody! Help! Not just anybody!"]]anybody!"]]
* The Blossom's first fight with Princess Morbucks is a scene-for-scene shout out to Anime/DragonballZ. Th energy blast, the NonchalantDodge, the smoke, and the fight between the two were directly from one of the fights.
4th Nov '16 11:19:03 PM Segal991
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* Mike Believe's imaginary friend Patches the jester was most likely inspired by the one-act play ''Goodbye To The Clown'', in which a little girl blames her misbehavior at school on her imaginary friend, the titular clown.

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* Mike Believe's imaginary friend Patches the jester was most likely inspired by the one-act play ''Goodbye To The Clown'', in which a little girl blames her misbehavior at school on her imaginary friend, the titular clown.clown.
*In "Reeking Havoc", Bubbles claims she [[Franchise/WinnieThePooh "has a rumbly in her tumbly."]]
*While Princess is pretending to have been captured by Mojo Jojo in "Mo Job"; she says [[Music/TheBeatles "Help! I need somebody! Help! Not just anybody!"]]
30th Oct '16 11:42:07 AM nombretomado
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* In "Members Only", you can see HarveyBirdman, WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost, and expys of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and many other comic book superheroes.

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* In "Members Only", you can see HarveyBirdman, WesternAnimation/{{Harvey Birdman|AttorneyAtLaw}}, WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost, and expys of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and many other comic book superheroes.
26th Jun '16 11:23:59 AM NWolfman
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* The potty-mouthed monster's profanity in "Curses" is an obvious nod to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Yosemite Sam]].

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* The potty-mouthed monster's profanity in "Curses" is an obvious nod to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Yosemite Sam]].Sam]].
* Mike Believe's imaginary friend Patches the jester was most likely inspired by the one-act play ''Goodbye To The Clown'', in which a little girl blames her misbehavior at school on her imaginary friend, the titular clown.
4th Jun '16 11:49:04 PM SilverSupernova
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* Allegedly, one of the main inspirations for Mojo Jojo's speech patterns was DC's Superdictionary. The same one which included the memetic Luthor stole 40 cakes image.
5th May '16 2:11:01 PM aye_amber
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* A roundabout one: the show's original title was "The Whoop-Ass Girls," inspired by a friend of Craig's who always used the phrase "open a can of whoop-ass," but he only officially decided to use it when he [[{{Mondegreen}} misheard the lyric]] "My roof has walls" in ThePixies song "Nimrod's Son" as "My whoop-ass balls."

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* A roundabout one: the show's original title was "The Whoop-Ass Girls," inspired by a friend of Craig's who always used the phrase "open a can of whoop-ass," but he only officially decided to use it when he [[{{Mondegreen}} misheard the lyric]] "My roof has walls" in ThePixies Music/ThePixies song "Nimrod's Son" as "My whoop-ass balls."
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