Just Desserts: Harold Smith finally gets parolled out of jail, and when he comes back to his adoring family, they end up hating the Powerpuff Girls just as much as he does. Equiped with all sorts of high tech weapons, the Smith's take their revenge out on the Utonium family.moreless
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Maryanne Smith/Julie Smith
The stairs in the Girls' home looked different in this episode.
How could Harold drive the car into the Powerpuff Girls' home, up the stairs, and through the halls? The house couldn't be that big and durable.
In "The Powerpuff Girls' Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever," as Blossom continues with her pretend narrating, the toy bus is seen in this shot, but in the next scene, the toy bus disappears.
When Blossom said "I'll tell you when you can come," her voice sounded like Buttercup's.
When Bubbles and Buttercup are playing the N64, the graphics are 8-bit.
The destruction to the Powerpuff Girls' house is gone when the Smith family van arrives.
How did the Professor put on Bubbles' clothes?
Buttercup: (Imitating Him) Maybe it was me. I have the power, the skill and the wardrobe to create such a beast.
Professor Utonium: Fly, fly, fly, fly! Pow! Fly, fly, fly!
Buttercup: All right, let's get it on!
Blossom: Hello? Mayor: BLOSSOM, it's the Mayor! Mojo Jojo has just unleashed a giant alligator upon Townsville! Uh, save us! Blossom: (Sighs) Do we have to? Okay. Narrator: (Sighs) The city of Townsville, and it's sunny. Play time is over, so once again, the day will be saved for real, thanks to the Powerpuff Girls. Ooh, I wanted to be Bubbles.
Buttercup: This stinks! I hate rainy days, there's nothing to do, there's nowhere to go. I need action, I need adventure, I need to punch!
Bubbles: Take that, Mojo Jojo!
Blossom: Bubbles! What part of this pretend game don't you get?!
Bubbles: What do you mean?
Blossom: I'm not the real Mojo Jojo. I'm Blossom in a bucket!
Bubbles: Well, you were just so convincing. What do you want me to do?
Blossom: So it's raining. What are we to do?
Bubbles: I have an idea! Since we can't be the Powerpuff Girls outside... (Gradually losing steam) ... maybe we could play the Powerpuff Girls and fight crime right here at home?
(Blossom directs a puzzled stare at her, Buttercup an angry one, Bubbles drops her head sadly)
Bubbles: (Small voice) Sorry.
Blossom & Buttercup: (Happily) That's a great idea!
Mayor: Hello? Yes, Mayor?? A giant alligator?! I'm on my way!
Judy: You know what? I hate the Powerpuff Girls!
Buck: And you know what else? I hate everything!
Buttercup: (Imitating Blossom) Blossom here. What's the trouble?
Blossom: Hey, what do you mean "Blossom here"?
Buttercup: I'm Blossom now.
Blossom: No, no, no. I actually am Blossom. So you can't be Blossom.
Buttercup: We're "playing pretend," right?
Buttercup: Well, I'm pretending to be Blossom.
Blossom: You can't!
Buttercup: Why not?
Blossom: Because... because you were playing the monster.
Buttercup: Well, now I'm playing Blossom.
Blossom: Well, then, who am I supposed to be?
Blossom: No way! You be Bubbles!
Buttercup: No! YOU be Bubbles!
Blossom: YOU be Bubbles!
Buttercup: YOU be Bubbles!
Bubbles: I'll be Bubbles!
Blossom & Buttercup: YOU CAN'T!
Blossom: (To the Smiths, as they're attacking them) What's WRONG with you people?! Why are you doing this?
At the end of this episode, the narrator feels disappointed that he did not get to be Bubbles in the Pretend game. He does get to do that in the episode "Criss Cross Crisis" by doing a voiceover on Bubbles and letting her say the day is saved instead of his saying that.
We will never again see the Smith family for the rest of the series.
This is the second and final appearance of Harold Smith and his family.
Villain(s): The Smiths.
Harold Smith does similar things in jail than what he did in his average life.
We find out in "Just Desserts" that Harold's son is named Bud and the girl is Julie, for their names were not revealed in "Supper Villain."
"Just Desserts" is the sequel to the episode, "Supper Villain."
The title of the first part of the episode is a reference to the Richard Scary books, which uses words like "best" and "ever."
The toy gun that Blossom picks up is a Merf gun. "Merf" is a parody on "Nerf," a company that makes toy weapons.
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