The Predacyte dust mites are reading from the book The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The word "demise" was substituted in for death in the phrase "because of his dark and tragic death."
Episode centers around Bridget.
Japanese Airdate: July 20, 2002
For some reason, they replaced the shot of a random dancer guy in Corina's thought bubble with Renee. Completely replaced with the poster picture used in episode 11.
http://mmpu.smuncensored.com/ep16k.jpg (look at it yourself)
One probable explanation for this substitution is to avoid any possible inclination of an, ahem, improper infatuation. Anyone familiar with this series gets the gag that Corina is thinking of Renee because she's such a devoted fan of hers. Taken out of context, though...
Norihiro Edomurasaki's name is changed to Ian. Just Ian. His age is also upped to third year of college.
Dren, Elliot, Wesley and Mark do not appear in this episode.
Bridget's solo transformation was cut because there is a part of it where you can see her nude (her chest and buttocks are clearly visible), though if this is the reason why 4Kids cut the transformation then they could of easily edited that part out.
Predacyte Victims: A bunch of mites.
Bridget's solo transformation is cut out for an unknown reason.
Norihiro Edomurasaki's name is changed to Ian
The 3 Becky's from "Pooltergeist" return.
Keiichiro (Wesley) and Ryou (Elliot) did not appear in this episode
Tokyo Mew Mew Title: Lettuce's Love, Earnest Feelings at the Library
Pronounced: Retasu no Koi, Ichizu na Omoi wa Toshokan de