|Not So Secret Service|
|Episode name pun on: The Not-So-Service Service: Agency Tales from FDR to the Kennedy Assassination to the Reagan Era, a book by Vincent Michael Palamara|
|Airdate:||December 7, 2017 (Australia and New Zealand) |
December 7, 2017 (Southeast Asia)
March 23, 2018 (Central and Eastern Europe)
April 27, 2018 (UK) May 11, 2018 (Online, US)
May 13, 2018 (TV, US)
Benjamin P. Carow
"The Blossom Files"
Not So Secret Service is the fortieth episode (and the seventy-ninth episode overall) of Season 2 of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on May 13, 2018.
After Boxtroid tries to blast Mojo into tiny bits, The Powerpuff Girls are forced to take him in.
The episode begins with the Powerpuff Girls play the video game and the Professor warns about playing that video game will make them violent in real life. After that, the Mayor calls them saying that Mojo Jojo is at his office. The Girls rush to there quickly and beat up Mojo (Bubbles even want to hit him with a mahogany table). Then the Mayor stop them, saying that he calls the Girls to help Mojo.
- This episode has the words "Not So", just like in the original series episode "Not So Awesome Blossom".
- This episode title is a reference to a book called The Not-So-Secret Service: Agency Tales from FDR to the Kennedy Assassination to the Reagan Era, which has been first published in 2017.
- In this episode, Buttercup knows how to speak in a British accent. But it is unlike in "Frenemy", since Buttercup only sounds British when she's been manipulated by Jemmica when she's wearing a BFF necklace.
- The Powerpuff Girls can be shown on Mojo's screen monitor, their flying position is reminiscent of the "Whoopass Stew" pilot and the opening intro of the 1998 classic PPG series.
- This episode reveals that Mojo is good at cooking, which could be a possible reference to the classic series episode, Child Fearing.
- The scene where Buttercup is speechless after eating one of Mojo's waffles is followed by two stock footages. The second one of a spaceship taking off could be a likely reference to what happens in the Nintendo 3DS game Tomodachi Life when a Mii really loves a specific food item.