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Midnight at the Mayor's Mansion
Season 2, Episode 28
Episode name pun on: Midnight at Monster Mansion, a book by Steven Otfinoski
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Airdate: October 2, 2017 (Online)
October 29, 2017 (TV)
Credits
Director: Nick Jennings
Bob Boyle
Story: John West
Angela Zhang
Writer(s): Haley Mancini
Jake Goldman
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Midnight at the Mayor's Mansion is the twenty-eighth episode (and sixty-seventh episode overall) of Season 2 of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on October 29, 2017.

Synopsis

The Mayor is haunted by a monster roaming the halls of his office. The girls, dressed for Halloween, investigate, only to find that the Mayor himself is the monster.

Characters

Minor Characters

  • Townsville Basketball Team (cameo)

Trivia

  • This episode was released on Cartoon Network's website on October 2, 2017.
  • This marks the second Halloween episode the first time since "The Squashening".
  • Both of "The Squashening" and this episode has similar air dates in Southeast Asia airings.
  • This episode has some references from the Scooby-Doo! franchise.
    • The scene where the Girls are chasing the monster through a series of doors with everyone going through different doorways and then coming out another in the same hallway resembles the same gag.
    • The PPG van resembles the Mystery Machine.
    • The part where the Mayor says "Zoinks!" resembles Shaggy's famous catchphrase.
  • This episode brings back Bubbles' impressions of the Mayor since her original 1998 counterpart from the classic series.
  • The Girls' Halloween costumes':
    • Blossom - Rosie the Riveter
    • Bubbles - The Mayor of Townsville
    • Buttercup - Van Helsing
  • Blossom imitates Rosie the Riveter and the phrase that says "We Can Do It!" was a homage of the cultural icon of World War ll.
  • This episode shows Buttercup's monster movie paranoia.
  • The Mayor eating tainted pickle chips and turn into a pickle monster was a possible nod of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
  • Innuendo: The Girls' see the Mayor "hanging" himself.
  • This reveals the Mayor had a room filled with banjo collections and the arcade room.
  • Blossom's smartphone has an actual ringtone instead of a Powerpuff Hotline ringtone.
  • Buttercup makes a reference to the Red Room a dark and insidious place in the Deep Web/Dark Web.
  • It's unknown how Bubbles survived getting staked by Buttercup after the end of the episode.

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