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Accidentally created in a lab by Professor Utonium, superpowered sisters Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup regularly save Townsville from evildoers such as Mojo Jojo, the Gangreen Gang and Him. Blossom is the self-proclaimed leader of the trio, Bubbles is the cute one and Buttercup is the toughest one.

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Bubbles searches for a lost toy.
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The Professor and the girls vacation at the Townsville Swamp; twenty stories tall, the girls try to stop Mojo Jojo.
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Mojo the Kid robs a bank and forces the sheriff out of town.
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The girls save a baby from a monster; Mojo Jojo takes over for the bound-and-gagged narrator.
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Mojo Jojo wants to prove his evilness to the Rowdyruff Boys; Bubbles cannot communicate with the upset squirrels.
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The girls must stop someone from putting makeup on the posters and statues of Townesville.
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One of Mojo Jojo's evil monkeys returns; the Professor tricks out his car.
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The girls pick up bad words from the professor; the girls and the Gangreen Gang compete to buy a destructive ray.
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White lies cause problems for the girls; Bubbles replaces Boomer in the Rowdyruff Boys.
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The girls wake up to a wet bed; the girls allow Princess to become a Powerpuff Girl.

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