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In this reboot of the classic Cartoon Network series, the Powerpuff Girls return to protect Townsville from villains who want to take over the metropolis. Sisters Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup have to manage their homework with their superhero activities as they face a continuous parade of bad guys. Although they have good teamwork, the sisters sometimes need to get help from Professor Utonium and The Mayor to help them take down the evildoers. The girls hope to show people that it's possible to save the world and still get to bed before their bedtime.

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Bubbles and Buttercup make a deal without realizing the consequences.
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The Professor makes new friends, but they may be the wrong crowd.
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When Buttercup loses the Professor's latest invention, she will have to beat the Gangreen Gang at their own game to get it back.
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An alarmingly familiar cat burglar terrorizes Townsville.
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A crash landing sends Townsville over the edge.
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A new villain arrives in Townsville and gives the old villains an enticing offer.
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When the girls tell Barry he's a hero, he takes it too far.
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When Bliss brings a new tech product to town, it's more powerful than imagined.
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When a mysterious new ice-cream flavor takes Townsville by storm, the girls suspect there might be foul play.
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Bubbles' robot Daisy takes care of day-to-day work for the girls and the Professor, but when Buttercup reprograms it, it goes haywire.
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The girls must replace the Professor's Christmas present on Christmas Eve.
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After defeating Mojo, the Powerpuff Girls are confident they are unstoppable; the girls go to the Arctic on a mission; the girls enter a jungle temple to obtain the last Heart Stone; the girls learn that Lester has one more trick up his sleeve.
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On Halloween Night, Morbucks summons a monster that she didn't expect.
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With Townsville in peril, the girls are sent to the arctic on a dangerous mission to find the key to saving the day.
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After defeating Mojo again, the Powerpuff Girls are confident they are unstoppable.
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When the professor is kidnapped, the girls must go to a mysterious island to save him.
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Buttercup must go it alone to save her family from a kidnapping.
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After a chemical spill, the girls and Mojo become trapped together.
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After they are accused of a crime they didn't commit, the Powerpuff Girls and the Derbytantes have to find a way to clear their name.
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The Powerpuff Girls compete in a race against some of their most vicious villains to win whatever is in the Mayor's Mysterious Box of Mystery.
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When an ancient prophecy spells doom for Townsville, the girls must race to stop it.

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