|Episode name pun on: The portmanteau of bride and the 1998 film/2014 remake Godzilla.|
|Airdate:||September 10, 2017|
Leticia Abreu Silva
"Power of Four
Part 1 Find Your Bliss"
Bridezilla is the twenty-second episode (and the sixty-first episode overall) of Season 2 of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on September 10, 2017.
The girls receive an invitation to the wedding of Mojo Jojo and Barbarus Bikini. Bianca Bikini shows up and asks for the girls' help in stopping the wedding under the presumption of evil doings (of which Blossom and Buttercup agree). When Barbarus finds out that Bianca was trying to break up the wedding, she goes on a rampage after Bianca.
- Mojo Jojo
- Barbarus Bikini
- Bianca Bikini
- Professor Utonium
- The Mayor of Townsville
- Fancy Monster
- Lunch Lady
- Citizens Of Townsville
- Fuzzy Lumpkins (cameo in a different color scheme)
- This episode was a continuation and a follow-up sequel of "Monkey Love".
- Ace, Zeitgiest ("Road Trippin'") and the Lunch Lady ("Bubbles of the Opera") made a cameo appearance.
- Ace is appeared not alongside his fellow Gangreen Gang members since "The Bubbles-Sitters Club".
- Mojo Jojo showed real simian characteristics as he did in the original series episode "The Rowdyruff Boys".
- One of the photos in the drawing board were photoshopped pictures resembling Fuzzy Lumpkins and a photo of an anti-Barbarus campaign that said "NOPE" were spoofs of Barack Obama's "HOPE" campaign poster.
- Blossom mentions to Bianca when she's been brainwashed was a callback from "Fashion Forward".
- When the voiceover announcer says "Undercover Operation", marks the second appearance of the Narrator.
- Running gag: One of the wedding guests repeatedly asking "When will we get cake?".
- This has the first time in the reboot where Buttercup cries, the first time she cried in the original series was in "Cover Up".
- Irony: During the wedding, Mojo and Barbarus are about to get married while they were exchange vows, as it turned out, they had nothing in common (such as tea, country folk, etc.)