The Most Liked and Watched Powerpuff Girls Episodes According to IMDb

Most Liked and Watched Powerpuff Girls Episodes According to IMDb

Are you ready to welcome your childhood back? After being a huge part of our life with the 78-episode run of the original series, now the Powerpuff Girls series is back on its way to us as a live-action spinoff! So we wanted to take a throwback to our old days with you through its most liked and watched episodes according to IMDb before it arrives.

Sugar, spice, and everything nice, these were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect little girls. But Professor Utonium accidentally added an extra ingredient to the concoction, Chemical X. And it seems Chemical X didn’t only give superpower to the girls, but also provided a cheerful absurd sense of humor along with grotesque elements as well. Considering those and more, we had really hard times deciding which episodes to mention as favorites. So we ended up showing you Powerpuff Girls’ best parts of each season according to their IMDb rates.

The Rowdyruff Boys

  • Season 1, Episode 12
  • IMDb Rate: 8,4

After being defeated against the Powerpuff Girls all the time, Mojo Jojo gets so outraged that he decides to beat them at their own games. So he creates The Rowdyruff Boys, who prove superior fighters to the girls.

The Boys endanger innocent lives in order to force the girls to play defense so they could prevent collateral damage. But at the end of the day, each of the girls gives their copy a kiss on the cheek and causes the Rowdyruffs’ self-destruction by poisoning.

Speed Demon/Mojo Jonesin

  • Season 2, Episode 12
  • IMDb Rate: 8,6

This episode can be the darkest one of Powerpuff Girls which has no humor and comedy in it unlike the usual.  Girls propel themselves 50 years in the future by accidentally fly the speed of light. And when they finally get back home, they also find out that everything has changed during their absence. HIM has taken over the Earth by taking advantage of Girls not being there to protect the Earth.

Moral Decay/Meet the Beat-Alls

  • Season 3, Episode 13
  • IMDb Rate: 8,6

We just said no humor, right? Well, unlike the Speed Demon episode, this one is oppositely one of the funniest episodes of Powerpuff Girls, for sure. Buttercup accidentally knocks out Bubbles’ tooth and finds out that tooth decay does pay. So, soon enough she goes on a spree knocking out teeth and collecting the cash and ends up being literally a money addict. Remember?

As a reason why adults also very happened to like this series can be also explained with this episode as well. After struggling with girls for years and getting nothing, Mojo Jojo, HIM, Princess Morebucks, and Fuzzy Lumpkins decide to join their forces to defeat them. So they set up a group called “The Beat-Alls,” and they refer to The Beatles by using their song lyrics in almost every single speech of them along with the group’s name.

So in every single way, this episode of Powerpuff Girls is really one of the funniest and best episodes ever that makes you laugh in tears and enjoy every second of it.

Knock It Off

  • Season 4, Episode 6
  • IMDb Rate: 8,1

In this episode of Powerpuff Girls, girls meet the Professor’s college roommate Dick Hardly, who may be the most realistic bad guy on the series, unlike other ones. Why? It’s because Dick’s desire of making a fortune, and this ambition can always make anyone do anything no matter what as we see not only in series but also in even real life and everywhere.

So Dick comes to town to steal ideas for that reason and sees Professor’s brilliant creations. And this is no shocker that he decides to cash in on the popularity of the girls once he met them as well. In the end, he becomes a total monster for girls to be stopped. But considering everything about his purpose and all, he has an idiosyncratic weakness. So girls have really rough times fighting against him as his factory cranks them out, and gets the worse the knockoffs in the meantime.

See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey

  • Season 5, Episode 7
  • IMDb Rate: 8,1

It would’ve happened eventually, and it did. This episode of Powerpuff Girls is a musical that presents a sung-through rock opera and it was composed by storyboard artist & writer David Smith back then.

In this musical, the girls get outmatched by Townsville’s villains. So they ask Gnomey to bring peace to town and give up their powers in exchange for that. And the gnome really does that and gets rid of the villains, except he also takes the whole town under his rules of Communism and centers everyone around himself like submissives. On the other side, this episode offers a real feast as a musical with providing energetic music of the ’70s and ’80s and more.

I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future/Octi Gone

  • Season 6, Episode 15
  • IMDb Rate: 7,2

This time, Powerpuff Girls have the rare task of fighting a medium who is committing petty thefts for conning The Mayor in this parody of Rocky & Bullwinkle. And he also gets pickpocketed by medium’s sidekick goose so he finds himself locked out of his own town.

So the girls try to stop them and save the Mayor while Argentina and Fred are trying to flee to a remote island on a plane, pursued by the girls. Afterward, Argentina purchases voodoo dolls of the girls and makes them hung from a tree, which leaves the girls suspended above a cliff. But they will get rid of soon thanks to a fan who steals the voodoo’s to sell on eBay. Who’d knew girls would be saved instead of saving this time. So they send the medium and her companion to prison and then return the recovered goods and let the Mayor back into Townsville.

And the day is saved, thanks to The Powerpuff Girls, all over again! Let us also know what are your favorite episodes too along with your thoughts for the upcoming live-action spinoff in the works. Which parts of the original series would you like to see most in it?

You might also want to check out other old cartoons from1950s to memorialize and watch them after years today.

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