In "Documentary," after Mojo Jojo thought of Drop Brian, look closely at when Bubbles said, "You woudn't dare." Her mouth didn't move.
Sandra: Mr. Utonium, we understand perfectly well that the business of punching, kicking, is all part of, ahem, "saving the day." But it's imitatable behavior.
Stanley: That means able to be imitated.
Stanley: Well, the reason these kids are pretending to be superheroes is that they're trying to be like your, uh, Powderpuff Girls.
Professor Utonium: Well, that makes perfect sense, since my Girls are superheroes.
Stanley: I'm sorry?
Brian: My documentary on the Powerpuff Girls was turning into a documentary on how to fail in making a documentary on the Powerpuff Girls.
Talking Dog: I'm a talking dog. That is so much better than three boring girls. No report or documentary has ever been done on me -- not one question. Not one survey. I mean, huh, come on. I'm a talking dog!
Brian: Mayor, hi. I'm shooting a documentary, and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions.
Mayor: Look, I don't know nothin' about nothin'. You can't prove it. I wasn't there. I was young, and I needed the money.
Brian: My first visit was unannounced, and just as I arrived, the Girls flew away. Three bright streaks cut through the daytime sky. I hoped they were off to fight crime and not avoiding me.
Brian: Sugar, spice, and everything nice. Yep, those are pretty normal ingredients, all right. Mix them all together, and they pretty much make mush.
Character Debut(s): Brian Larsen, Stan Practice, & Sandra Practice.
Villain(s): Mojo Jojo & Dukes of Doom.
"Documentary" was originally intended to be a 22-minute episode and the fourth season finale.
Title: Girls Gone Mild
This is a parody of the tapes Girls Gone Wild.
The website the car thief was bidding on, "oBey," is a spoof of the actual online website, eBay.