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Recap / The Powerpuff Girls S 6 EP 6 Little Miss Interprets Night Mayor

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Little Miss Interprets: The girls misinterpret the Professor's plans for a surprise party, instead assuming that he is making new Powerpuff Girls.

Night Mayor: The girls enter the Mayor's dream world to find the source of his nightmares.

Little Mis Interprets provides examples of:

  • Ash Face: The Girls and everyone at their surprise party after the girls blow up the house.
  • Break the Cutie: The Girls suffer this hugely after thinking the Professor is planning to abandon them.
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  • Chewing the Scenery: Bubbles, when she hears the Professor making cakes in the other room(she thought how badly he was speaking about the cakes was his opinion on her and her sisters).
    Bubbles: [bawling hysterically] HEEE'S MAKING NEW POWERPUFF GIRRRRLS! The profeh-the-he-the he said Bubbles[something along the lines of a whimper and "Horrible"] and disaster-and crusty-and making new-
    [she gets cut off by Buttercup slapping her]
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Bubbles. Case in point:
  • Failure Is the Only Option: The professor claims his first attempts at something are always doomed to fail.
  • Get Ahold Of Yourself Man: Buttercup to Bubbles during Bubbles' massive blubbering fit.
  • Inelegant Blubbering: Bubbles does this a few times.
  • No Antagonist: One of the few episodes without a monster or villain looking for trouble.
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  • Ocular Gushers: Bubbles two times. The first time she does it is when she believes the Professor is making new Girls, and again when they consider running away.
  • Open-Fly Gag: When Blossom tries to impress the Professor with her Chinese, she says among other things that his fly is open.
  • Out-of-Context Eavesdropping: The girls mistake the Professors’ and other characters remarks about the surprise party as clues that the professor wants to get rid of them and make new Powerpuff Girls.
  • Single Tear: Buttercup sheds one after mistakenly believing the Professor wants to get rid of them.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: In a final desperate attempt to stop the professor from “making new girls”, the Girls decide to blow up the whole houe.
  • Surprise Party: What the Professor tries to organize for the girls.
  • Trying Not to Cry: Buttercup when the girls are discussing the situation in their bedroom. All she does is shed a Single Tear.
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  • Wild Child: One Imagine Spot has the girls thinking of what would happen if the professor abandoned them in the wild.
  • You Called Me "X"; It Must Be Serious: Bubbles calls the Professor “Dad” at one point, driving home how depressed she is at the thought of him abandoning her.

Night Mayor provides examples of:

  • Acid-Trip Dimension: The transition between the waking world and the dream world is this.
  • Action Politician: Dream-Mayor is one, single handidly stopping a bank robbery.
  • Alternate Self: Dream-Mayor is everything the regular Mayor is not; tall, handsome, and competent.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: While in the mayors dream, the girls have to fight a gigantic, monstrous Pickle.
  • Catapult Nightmare: How the Mayor wakes up from his nightmare at the start of the episode.
  • Dream Land: The Girls enter the Mayors’ dream, and most of the episode is set there.
  • Dream Walker: The Girls become this with the help of a machine made by the Professor.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: The Girls think the Pickle-monster is the source of the Mayors nightmare and thus defeat him. However, it turns out the monster is actually nice and the girls beating him up is the nightmare.
  • Send in the Clones: Pretty much everybody in the Mayors dream looks like him (his waking self that is, not his dreamself).

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