Schoolhouse Rocked: A truant officer picks up the Gangreen Gang at a local video game arcade and ships them off to Pokey Oaks Kindergarten. The Girls try to warn Ms. Keane about their bad guy ways, but the teacher insists on enforcing the No-Fighting-in-Class rule. Forced to sit out during recess, the Girls leave their classmates at the mercy of the Gang. You know things are bad when they start playing dodgeball. But the Gang didn't count on a girl-powered round of the game, with Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles on the throwing end.moreless
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In "Stuck Up, Up and Away," when a cop handcuffs Princess, the handcuffs are twice as big as Princess' hands, so Princess could have easily slipped free from them.
in "Stuck Up, Up, and Away," when Princess flew into the bank, both of her legs are bare.
In "Stuck Up, Up, and Away," how can Princess' father fit his case of money in his pocket?
Near the end when Miss Keane throws the ball at Jack Wednesday, it hits him on the back of the head, but somehow he has a black eye.
After Princess asks how the PPG saved Twiggy, Bubbles says, "It's easy," even though her and Buttercup's mouths both move.
In "Stuck Up, Up, and Away," Blossom colors with two hands.
(after Princess is defeated)
Princess: (crying) Why won't you let me be a Powerpuff Girl?
Blossom: Because you're just a spoiled brat. Being a Powerpuff Girl isn't about getting your way, or having the best stuff, or being popular or powerful. It's about using your own unique abilities to help people, and the world we all live in. And you, little girl, have done nothing worthy of the name Powerpuff.
Princess Morbucks: I need some milk money for my first day of new school (father gaves her a pile of money, Princess sighs)
Princess Morbucks: I supposed it will do.
(Blossom holds Buttercup back)
Blossom: Now let me handle this. Now listen, Princess, sweetie, uh, maybe we didn't explain well enough...
Princess Morbucks: (Crying) Why won't you let me be a Powerpuff Girl?
Blossom: Because you're just a spoiled brat.
Princess Morbucks: Wow, that was amazing. How did you do that?
Bubbles: It's easy.
Blossom: We're superheroes.
Buttercup: Yeah, we are...
All: The Powerpuff Girls.
Princess Morbucks: I am Princess! My daddy buys me all I want! I want to be a Powerpuff Girl!
Blossom: Well, I am sorry, but you can't be a Powerpuff Girl.
Bubbles: We were born that way.
Narrator: The city of Townsville -- and it's a shiny, new day, with a shiny, new limousine heading for Pokey Oaks Kindergarten.
Buttercup: You can't just buy superpowers!
Princess Morbucks: Oh, yeah? Tell that to Batman!
Ms. Keane: Thank you, Billy. We had no idea you were a cyclops.
First episode not to be directed by Genndy Tartakovsky.
In "Schoolhouse Rocked," we learn that Big Billy is a cyclops.
In the episode "Stuck Up, Up and Away," the fight sequence between Princess and Blossom are similar to that of the action cartoon Dragonball Z.
Although Robin is seen and speaks in this episode (the girl asking Princess about Twiggy), she is identified in a later episode.
Villain(s): Princess Morbucks & Gangreen Gang.
This is the first time in the series that Bubbles uses her sonic scream.
Character Debut(s): Twiggy, Princess Morbucks, and her dad.
Truant Officer: Dragnet
The truant officer who sends the gang to school is reminiscent of Joe Friday from Dragnet.
Princess Morbucks: Character
Princess Morbucks is an homage to the character Veruca Salt from the film, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Stuck Up, Up and Away: Phrase
A twist off of the famous saying, "Up, Up, and Away!" quoted from Superman. He would say this whenever he flew off into the sky.
Bubbles: Education is the progressive realization of our ignorance.
A quote by Albert Einstein, which was itself a satirical revision of an original quote by his contemporary philosopher, William J. Durant - "Education is the progressive discovery of our ignorance."
Bank Robber: I love it when a plan comes together!
That is the famous catchphrase that Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith (played by the late George Peppard) used to say at the end of every episode of the popular '80s TV show, The A-Team.
Princess Morbucks: Oh, yeah! Tell that to Batman!
Direct reference to Batman; one of the greatest DC Comics superheroes of all time.
Episode Title: Schoolhouse Rocked
The title of "Schoolhouse Rocked" is a pun of the old ABC cartoon, Schoolhouse Rock, which was made up of a collection of songs, which tried to educate children about multiplication, grammar, and scientific principles.
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