When Blossom said "Did you hear that?," then Buttercup said "yeah," but Blossom's mouth moved instead of Buttercup's.
The Professor was watching Major Man on TV, but when we cut to the Girls, the TV is gone.
After Mojo had received the Powerpuff Girls' powers, his eyes turned to light purple Powerpuff Girl eyes. But after a short while, his eyes changed back to normal.
In "Mr. Mojo's Rising," the Professor reveals that he created Jojo to Mojo Jojo. This is not true, because if you think about it, if it wasn't Jojo who pushed the Professor, then Jojo would no longer be Mojo Jojo. So, Jojo created himself and not the Professor.
The Professor didn't created Mojo, as the Narrator said in "Mr. Mojo's Rising." He actually has a father, as we find out in "A Very Special Blossom."
Narrator: Oh, Mojo Jojo, what are you up to this time?
Professor Utonium: (held hostage at Mojo's observatory) Oh, Mojo Jojo, what are you up to this time?
Blossom: Coast is clear, Fred. Sorry we had to rough you up and stuff.
Fred: That's okay.
Narrator: It's the Powderpuff... (girls gave a weird look at the narrator)
Narrator: I mean, the Powerpuff Girls.
Narrator: You know, the Powerpuff Girls.
Crowd: Oh, yeah! (cheers)
Mojo Jojo: I was once a vengeful mad genius bent on destroying the world, but now I'm a vengeful mad genius bent on destroying the world with super powers!
Narrator: The city of Townsville -- is on fire!
Mojo Jojo: I wasn't born a supervillain chimp with an oversized brain, you know.
Major Man: H - H - Help! Please help me!
Blossom: Why? You did fine on you own!
Buttercup: Why don't you destroy the monster yourself?
Powerpuff Girls: Hmm?
Major Man: I - I can't. Well, you see, I - I - I can't...
Bubbles: We can't hear you!
Major Man: I set up all those other disasters so I could go in, save everyone, and get all the fame and glory. Now, please HELP!
Blossom: You mean the giant fire?
Major Man: I started it!
Buttercup: The robber and the old lady?
Major Man: My cousin and grandmother!
Bubbles: The train wreck?
Major Man: Bent the tracks!
Blossom: And the kids who beat up the old man?
Major Man: Paid them!
Major Man: Please help me!
Blossom: Do you promise to leave the heroics up to the real heroes?
Major Man: Yes, yes!
Powerpuff Girls: Well...
Major Man: Oh, please! Oh, please!
Powerpuff Girls: OK!
(The PPG's beat up the monster and free Major Man)
Buttercup: Now, GET!
(Major Man floats away in shame)
Message: "Dear Powerpuff Girls, I have kidnapped Professor Utonium! I have taken him someplace against his will! If you look for him in the spots he likes to be, you will not find him! He's with me, but not by choice! I took him and he didn't like it! This message is from, and was written by, Mojo Jojo."
Bubbles: Who could have done this?
Villain(s): Mojo Jojo.
The kidnapper's note written by Mojo is actually in Craig McCracken's handwriting.
We find out that, up close, the Professor has blue eyes.
During "Major Competition," you can see George Jetson in the streets of Townsville.
It is revealed that Mojo Jojo is the father of the Powerpuff Girls in "Mr. Mojo's Rising," as he pushed the professor, who smashed into the Chemical X formula, which created the Powerpuff Girls.
Mojo Jojo's origin is revisited in The Powerpuff Girls Movie.
Major Man bears an uncanny resemblance, in voice and appearance to Johnny Bravo, of the Johnny Bravo series, and has the exact powers of Superman from the DC comics.
Episode Title: Mr. Mojo's Rising
The title "Mr. Mojo's Rising" is a parody of a song by the classic band "The Doors." "Mr. Mojo's Rising" unscrambles to read Jim Morisson, the lead sing of "The Doors." This is also used in a song by the Doors, "L.A. Woman."
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