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  • Allright. Which one is the crappiest PPG-episode ever made? It could be fun to raise the question.

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    • Him Diddle Riddle. I mean, seriously? There's no real danger in that one. All that's at stake is a free meal

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    • I happen to like that episode because it displays some of HIM's capabilities. But yeah, it's kinda pointless.

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    • I think my least favorite episode is Catastrophe. Second I'd say The Bare Facts. Another one which crappiness is woth mentioning I feel is Not so awesome Blossom.

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    • I give Dance Pantsed a 0/10

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    • Let's stick to the original show only. It'll be easier that way. Or at least primary to the original.

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    • Monkey See Doggy Two is probably the laziest, since 90% of the episode is just reusing footage from a previous episode, and the whole episode was Mojo Jojo recapping the previous episode and the getting beaten easily. I probably give a 0/10 because of the lazyness.

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    • I'd have to say City of Clipsville.  Most of the clips never even happened in the series, including the teenage PPG and RRB.

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    • My pick is Girls Gone Mild.

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    • I think "Reeking Havoc" was totally ridiculous -- not to mention disturbing. I mean, the Girls are fighting a "methane monster" created by everyone's flatulence caused by eating chili laced with Chemical-X. . . Seriously??? Ugh. That was really a waste of an episode -- no pun intended. 

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    • I choose Three Girls and a Monster. Bubbles' polite speech succeeds where Blossom's AND Buttercup's attack plans fail.

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    • "Nuthin' Special" 'cuz y'know Buttercup claims that tongue curl was her special power. Pls!

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    • Snowblood wrote:
      Monkey See Doggy Two is probably the laziest, since 90% of the episode is just reusing footage from a previous episode, and the whole episode was Mojo Jojo recapping the previous episode and the getting beaten easily. I probably give a 0/10 because of the lazyness.

      Yes! I this episode is a waste of time right along with alot of eps from season 5 and 6.

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    • I'd say Nuthin' Special, though that's really only because the whole gist of the episode was showing off the powers they had, and the ending too, so...

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    • Foxyfox7 wrote:
      I'd say Nuthin' Special, though that's really only because the whole gist of the episode was showing off the powers they had, and the ending too, so...

      Well yeah..The ending was a sort of cute little joke, but it's kinda unfair that Buttercup has no real special power. But at least we can say the episode was fun.

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    • I would have to go with Moral Decay. Buttercup's greed gets the best of her and it's cringe-inducing to see her knock people's teeth out. While I believe she did deserve to lose her money in the end, I cannot say the same for her getting beat up.

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    • Why is that? She attacked the villains completely unprovoked. They didn't do anything wrong.

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    • I'd have to say A Very Special Blossom is the worst episode. Why? Because Blossom commits a serious crime without stopping to think. Seriously, she could have just gone somewhere else and found a cheaper one (if there was any such place). A better way to describe this is that they basically took Blossom - FREAKING BLOSSOM, THE SMART AND DUTIFUL LEADER OF THE PPGS, WHO WOULD NORMALLY KNOW BETTER THAN TO STEAL THINGS - and turned her into a criminal. There is a good message behind the episode, but they executed it in a terrible way.

      I should probably say other episodes like Moral Decay and The City of Frownsville are worse, but I don't necessarily find them quite as painful to watch as this particular one. If you do like A Very Special Blossom, I will respect your opinion if you respect mine.

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    • Custody Battle. The only episode without the PPGs

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    • Professor Proofed. It was Buttercup's fault who started this plot.

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    • When talking about the original series? If so, I'd say Silent Treatment, because the Girls do the exact opposite of what they're best known for. The Professor gets kidnapped by Max Von Nitrate since Max wants to steal the Professor's voice. Although the Girls took chase to save him, they eventually give Max the Professor's voice by computer, even leaving him in the big screen where he was kidnapped!

      What a bunch of little jerks for not saving the man who raised them al their lives and even giving the villain what he wanted from the Professor.

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    • I used to really hate the episode "Nuthin' Special," but I think my least favorite episode is now "Pee Pee G's." They're just so... out of character. They just spend the whole episode worrying about who wet the bed, and it turns out to be Mojo playing a prank on them just because he doesn't like them, making him completely out of character as well. Normally he would've turned the Puffs against each other like that for the purpose of dividing and therefore weakening them. And considering that it's a prank, it seems more so like something that the Gangreen Gang, HIM (though more for the weakening part and less for the pranking part) or even the Rowdyruff Boys themselves. After all, remember Cootie Gras? Mojo used Harry's current trait of being pretty much living kryptonite for the Girls so that they couldn't stop them, not to mess with them. They really started "jumping the shark" in the last two seasons, and really I think the only two episodes they did a good job on in Season 5 were "The Boys Are Back In Town" and "Burglar Alarmed." That's just my two cents though, if other people don't like those two episodes and do like "Pee Pee G's" then that's perfectly fine and I won't bash them for it.

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    • Girls Gone Mild and Fallen Arches

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    • Snowblood wrote:
      Monkey See Doggy Two is probably the laziest, since 90% of the episode is just reusing footage from a previous episode, and the whole episode was Mojo Jojo recapping the previous episode and the getting beaten easily. I probably give a 0/10 because of the lazyness.

      Yas agree

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    • Foxyfox7 wrote:
      I used to really hate the episode "Nuthin' Special," but I think my least favorite episode is now "Pee Pee G's." They're just so... out of character. They just spend the whole episode worrying about who wet the bed, and it turns out to be Mojo playing a prank on them just because he doesn't like them, making him completely out of character as well. Normally he would've turned the Puffs against each other like that for the purpose of dividing and therefore weakening them. And considering that it's a prank, it seems more so like something that the Gangreen Gang, HIM (though more for the weakening part and less for the pranking part) or even the Rowdyruff Boys themselves. After all, remember Cootie Gras? Mojo used Harry's current trait of being pretty much living kryptonite for the Girls so that they couldn't stop them, not to mess with them. They really started "jumping the shark" in the last two seasons, and really I think the only two episodes they did a good job on in Season 5 were "The Boys Are Back In Town" and "Burglar Alarmed." That's just my two cents though, if other people don't like those two episodes and do like "Pee Pee G's" then that's perfectly fine and I won't bash them for it.

      PEE PEE G'S XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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    • Either “Pee Pee G’s” or “Monkey See, Doggy Two”.

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    • Blossomisawesome224 wrote:
      Either “Pee Pee G’s” or “Monkey See, Doggy Two”.

      city of clipsville tho

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    • SkylarRainbow123 wrote:

      Blossomisawesome224 wrote:
      Either “Pee Pee G’s” or “Monkey See, Doggy Two”.

      city of clipsville tho

      Yeah, that one was pretty crappy too

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    • Blossomisawesome224 wrote:

      SkylarRainbow123 wrote:

      Blossomisawesome224 wrote:
      Either “Pee Pee G’s” or “Monkey See, Doggy Two”.
      city of clipsville tho
      Yeah, that one was pretty crappy too

      ikr

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    • Hate To Say It The Last Donnycorn

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    • Nicholas Blaschke wrote:
      Hate To Say It The Last Donnycorn

      I hate that too tbh

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    • How about "Town and Out"?

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    • RjApp wrote:
      Snowblood wrote:
      Monkey See Doggy Two is probably the laziest, since 90% of the episode is just reusing footage from a previous episode, and the whole episode was Mojo Jojo recapping the previous episode and the getting beaten easily. I probably give a 0/10 because of the lazyness.
      Yes! I this episode is a waste of time right along with alot of eps from season 5 and 6.

      You know there is an explanation there. Rumor has it the show was intended to run 10 seasons but the movie didn't make enough money so Cartoon Network wanted them off the air quickly, so people in high positions aired lamer episodes in hopes to make the fans not want it to keep going. So Season 6 was the end instead. Then the original Season 6 or 7 finally was aired in 2008 (The PowerPuff Girls Rule!) And most of the unaired episodes were made in to comic books and/or recycled into episodes of the sequel series (wich is mistaken for a reboot).

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    • Craig has said the show ended because they felt they had already delivered everything they could with it. I'm pretty sure it's on the The Powerpuff Girls: Who, What, Where, How, Why... Who Cares? documentary.

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    • I really really hate The City of Frownsville

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    • Fallen Arches

      Though Blossom wasn't taking any chance of putting an elderly foe in more pain, all she's done is make herself, Bubbles, and Buttercup looks like the zeroes of Townsville.

      Town and Out

      The Girls have been treated like outcasts by the kids, the teacher, and even the mayor of Citiesville! Need I say more?

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    • For me it would have to be EVERY MEAN-SPIRITED EPISODE, but I especially hate Town and Out and Forced Kin. The former because of what everyone else said, and the latter because the girls were rendered completley useless!

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    • ............... Mostly Original soooooo



      The RowdyRuff Boys (PPGZ Episode) is just disgustingly crude and not even flatulence jokes funny stupidly crude. And skirt flipping.

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    • SpaceCakeHell2000 wrote:
      Craig has said the show ended because they felt they had already delivered everything they could with it. I'm pretty sure it's on the The Powerpuff Girls: Who, What, Where, How, Why... Who Cares? documentary.

      Then how do we know that Dejâ View was supposed to be an episode?

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    • PolVio211 wrote:
      I'd have to say A Very Special Blossom is the worst episode. Why? Because Blossom commits a serious crime without stopping to think. Seriously, she could have just gone somewhere else and found a cheaper one (if there was any such place). A better way to describe this is that they basically took Blossom - FREAKING BLOSSOM, THE SMART AND DUTIFUL LEADER OF THE PPGS, WHO WOULD NORMALLY KNOW BETTER THAN TO STEAL THINGS - and turned her into a criminal. There is a good message behind the episode, but they executed it in a terrible way.

      I should probably say other episodes like Moral Decay and The City of Frownsville are worse, but I don't necessarily find them quite as painful to watch as this particular one. If you do like A Very Special Blossom, I will respect your opinion if you respect mine.

      You read my mind i don't like A Very Speicial Blossom because of the ending

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    • “Moral Decay”. Simple as that.

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    • The Episode Fallen Arches is the bane of my existence. First off, I have absolutely no idea why the ministry of pain would want to return when half of their members are walkin' around on crutches about to die a late death of polio. Second, the entire purpose of the power puff girls is that their fighting style, regardless of how you cut it, is pure sadist strategy. Yes, beating up a bunch of old people sets a bad example for the kids, but... I suppose that beating the everloving snot out of everything else really doesn't set the best example either. I would've preferred that this episode never existed, because the first time I watched it, I had gotten bored mid episode, and given up. And I know they would've bashed the Ministry of Pain, because the three have done stuff like that before for even less reasonable causes.

      Pee Pee G's is garbage because the entire episode is just a poorly done joke about wetting the bed. And while it probably made some really weird sweaty nerd who thinks that's attractive really happy, it made me uncomfortable and disgusted.

      Very Special Blossom has a nonsensical plot. If it were about Buttercup stealing something, it would still be bad, but not absolutely 100% out of character, because Buttercup is the sort of character who often falls victim to her own urges, and has a lot of pent up aggression. None of the girls are very good candidates however, and Blossom is probably the worst choice, since, unlike bubbles, who wouldn't do it because she's too innocent to have a malicious goal like the one shown in the episode, she's extremely intelligent, and it comes upon her almost all of the times when it's needed to guide the other two girls to something that is right and just.

      Moral Decay is just barely acceptble for Buttercup. It humanizes her character, and builds on the fact that she's often a subject to her own hubris and urges, and that she doesn't see villains as people as much as she does targets. It's not the best episode, I won't even say it's a good episode, but it's not the worst.

      Town and Out is less of an episode that has any point or quarrel with the girls, and instead is just around 15 minutes of the girls getting stomped out over and over. It's not any more realistic than the normal show is, and it doesn't deliver on its promises of portraying how the girls would be treated in such a setting as one which has realism.

      City of clipsville was really boring, but I think the mayor showing up and being absolutely bewildered by anything and everything going on around him is what saves the episode for me.

      Girls Gone Mild is a dead idea the second it shows up. I like the idea of a satire of censorship in a childrens show, but the entire premise is nonsense. You mean to tell me that, after all they've done for this city, after all of the help they've provided it's citizens after all of the times the Powerpuff Girls have saved the city-NO, the WORLD, for that matter, that there's still enough adults out their who want to sign a document that prevents the continuation of the girls being heroes? BECAUSE IT HAS A "BAD INFLUENCE ON CHILDREN"?! This is the show's light tendency to dwell on the suspension of disbelief at its very worst. Because, I know for a fact, that there are several episodes where the town CANNOT function without the girls helping out, and I don't mean indirectly like they'd do by saving the city, I mean DIRECTLY. This episode isn't the worst episode, but the gaping hole in the premise is really something that I don't care for.

      I'm indifferent to Bare Facts

      Catastrophe is an okay episode, but it really undersells the girls powers, and I don't like that.

      Diddle Riddle is a good episode, in fact, it's always been one of my favorites, because it shows the extent of HIM's powers, but it's also extremely light in its tone and doesn't play itself up to be anything more than it is.

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    • Moral Decay Feels like twisted alternative universe to me...

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    • Hey let's talk about the crappiest episode in the reboot, shall we?

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    • Redfox90210 wrote:
      Hey let's talk about the crappiest episode in the reboot, shall we?

      Unlike most people there are very few episodes that I actively hate. But Painbow is Definatley one of them.

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    • I'll revive this thread and say that the worst episode would be The Mane Event. It's all Bubbles and Buttercup's fault for butchering Blossom's hair, and they made her look like some jungle person. I can't believe she's been humiliated in front of everyone, EVEN THE MONSTER. I don't like how they treated her. What were they even thinking? What came over their dumb minds to ruin someone's hair like that?

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    • SpaceCakeHell2000 wrote:
      I think my least favorite episode is Catastrophe. Second I'd say The Bare Facts. Another one which crappiness is woth mentioning I feel is Not so awesome Blossom.

      I no its much later but what did you think was wrong with Not So Awesome Blossom?

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    • I'm suprised nobody has mentioned cover up as one of the worst episodes. For starters, having Buttercup give up her blanket is just ridiculous. While I do get the message behind it ( the message that Buttercup's dosen't need her blanket to be strong ) The fact that she had to give it up is both dumb and annoying. Why can't she just keep her blanket to make herself happy instead of just giving it up entirely? Second off, why is Bubbles laughing along with Blossom when they see the blanket? Bubbles has octi and she's the last person to just laugh at Buttercup for having a blanket. Then again it's Buttercup we're talking about but still no excuse. Other things too like the action being boring and the professor being there at the end for a joke.

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    • Buttercup should've kept her blanket. It grounded her character as someone whom acts strong but has blatant insecurities, and that's much more interesting than just having her develop into a stronger person by foregoing the blanket. As far as I'm concerned, Cover Up didn't need to teach a value, and overall, it would've been better if it was more of an in depth look at her character and possibly her motivations and insecurities.

      Not to mention, the professor was kind of a degenerate gunk-lord for not stepping in except at the end.

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