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The Narrator/The Mayor
In "Paste Makes Waste," Buttercup had trouble saying sorry. But in the episode "Buttercrush" she said I'm sorry without any trouble.
If the girls can swallow fire, how can they not eat hot oatmeal?
Blossom's ice should have melted when approaching the fire ball. Only water would destroy it.
Blossom denies using her ice powers unless absolutely necessary. Apparently, her friends suffocating under beyond temperate heat doesn't qualify as a worse-case scenario.
When the burglars' car tires explode, all that is left are the rims unleashing sparks. In the next scene, the tires are still on the car, despite the fact that sparks are still flying.
Whenever a meteor enters Earth's atmosphere, they don't just burn up, the heat shrinks them to the size of a very small rock. The meteor shouldn't have been that big in this episode.
When the girls destroy the frozen meteor, it starts snowing. Since the ice was covering a form of rock, then shouldn't it have started hailing?
With a giant fireball in view in "Ice Sore," it's very unlikely that stars would be visible.
The wood that Mitch uses to mock Elmer in "Paste Makes Waste" was not on the table earlier.
At the end of "Ice Sore," Blossom turns out to have flaming snot, which she doesn't seem to have in any future episodes.
Bubbles' ability to speak Spanish in "Ice Sore" is technically not a superpower.
Despite the fact that, at the end of "Ice Sore," Blossom says her ice breath is gone, she frequently uses the power in future episodes.
Buttercup: Wow, Blossom, your ice power is really great!
Blossom: Yeah, it sure was, but-I think I used it all up.
Buttercup: You mean it's all gone?
Buttercup: Well-I guess you're back to just being normal again.
Blossom: (shivering) Yep.
(she sneezes, blowing out a burst of fire that chars her sisters from head to toe)
Blossom: Oops. Sorry, guys.
Buttercup: Blossom, we need you! Use your ice breath.
Blossom: No, it's bad.
Bubbles: But, Blossom, THE GIANT FIREBALL IS GONNA DESTROY TOWNSVILLE!!!!!!
Blossom: But I made a promise.
Buttercup: Blossom, forget your promise and do something!
Bank Robbers: THANKS, BLOSSOM!
Buttercup: Way a go, ice princess.
Bubbles: You made a big mistake, Blossom.
Blossom: I know.
Mayor: Brrrrr! It's so cold! If we could only use that giant fireball now.
(Ms. Bellum sighs)
Narrator: Well, will you know when Blossom realizes she discovered she had a new power.
(Blossom blew ice out)
Narrator: Ice Breath, brrrrr.
Elmer: Buttercup, you're cool!
Narrator: The city of Townsville -- Pokey Oaks County, a sleepy suburb of the city of Townsville.
Bubbles: She blowed and ice came out.
Blossom: I'm never using my ice powers again.
Narrator: Is it me, or did things just get a little hotter?
Professor Utonium: Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go thaw.
It is revealed in this episode that Blossom has ice powers.
Running Gag: In "Paste Makes Waste," the narrator saying something, but then stopping abruptly when the characters on-screen look up with an aggravated expression.
While speaking Spanish by itself isn't a superpower, Bubbles has proven her ability to speak/understand a considerable number of both human and animal languages. (Five in the series so far, not counting "Funny Cartoon/Octi-Gone," or "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey," or several other languages mentioned in a Golden Book that took place at Townsville Zoo.) Blossom is only fluent in Chinese; Buttercup, none.
Buttercup answers the hotline for the first time.
"Paste Makes Waste" was banned in the UK. Although, the ban may have been lifted by now.
We learn that Bubbles can speak Spanish.
Character Debut(s): Hanout Anoush & Mary.
Elmer Sglue: Name
Elmer's name is in reference to Elmer's Glue, an adhesive product company.
Bubbles: Make the floor all ice, like in Tom and Jerry!
Bubbles is referring to the Tom and Jerry short "Mice Follies," where Jerry floods a kitchen and makes it into a skating ring.
Blossom: Ice Slide
When the Girls go to school, Blossom rides in style there on an ice slide. This is a reference to Iceman of the X-Men, who always glided into action on a similar ice slide.
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