|The Bubbles-Sitters Club|
|Episode name pun on: The 1995 comedy drama film and book series, "The Baby-Sitters Club"|
|Airdate:||June 25, 2017|
Leticia Abreau Silva
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The Bubbles-Sitters Club (stylized Bubbles Sitters Club in TV guides) is the thirteenth episode (and fifty-second episode overall) of Season 2 of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on June 25, 2017.
Bubbles wants to prove she's responsible enough to own a dog, so she takes a job as a dog sitter. The dog, a pug named Paulie, keeps stopping and wanting stuff which Bubbles grudgingly gives into. But when Paulie stops to rob a jewelry store, Bubbles steps in, only to have the dog, master criminal Pug-Faced Paulie, tell her she's now an accomplice.
- Professor Utonium
- Pug-Faced Paulie's Thugs (gang/boys):
- Charlie Chihuahua
- Dapper Dan Doberman
- Al Cacone
- Poodles Canoodles
- Herman Shepherd
- La Femme Akita
- Two-Tails Mulligan
- The Butt-Sniffer
- Mrs. Gregory (a dog with a duck body)
- Gangreen Gang (all except for Ace)
- Mojo Jojo (Cameo)
- Citizens Of Townsville
- Bliss (silhouette cameo, unofficial debut)
- This episode was aired eighteen years after "Stuck Up, Up, and Away/Schoolhouse Rocked" from the original series.
- Despite the title about the dog sitter, this episode doesn't involve a club.
- The comic Smarmaduke is a parody of the real-life comic and 2010 film Marmaduke.
- This was the Gangreen Gang's second overall appearance in the series.
- Ace was mysteriously excluded for unknown reasons.
- This is the first episode where Big Billy, Little Arturo, Snake & Grubber appeared not alongside Ace.
- During the scene when the Gangreen Gang is tied up, Grubber's tounge is blue.
- When Bubbles reads a newspaper, look closely on the front page, Bliss appears as a silhoutte before she made her official debut appearance in "Power of Four".
- When Paulie is shown acting like a real dog, and when he shows his true colors, and when he turned out to be a criminal, and when he became Bubbles' accomplice resembles the plot from the classic series episode "Cat Man Do".
- This episode reveals Bubbles' ability to speak in a masculine voice.
- In the ending scene, Mojo Jojo is shown as a cat. This could be a reference to the ending of the classic series episode Monkey See, Doggy Two, when Mojo gets transformed into a dog by the Anubis head.