Monkey See, Doggie Two: Mojo Jojo turns the world into dogs again. The Powerpuff Girls come to the rescue wondering why Mojo does the same plan again. He tells them that he's found a fatal flaw in his old plan, as he watches a video of his old plan. Doing things differently for the second time, the Powerpuff Girls beat him easily.moreless
When did Mojo record that whole anubis dog thing?
Brains and brawn don't work on the monster, but kindness does?
(Monster roars in Bubble's face)
Bubbles: (all sweetness and light) Um, excuse me... Mister Monster? We were wondering if you would be so kind as to please stop destroying Townsville. We like our town very, very much, and I would take it as a personal favor if you would just... leave. Pretty please with sugar lumps on top? (monster turns around and leaves) Thank you!!! (giggles as she flies down to her sisters) There. (shrieking) That's how you get rid of a monster, you big, fat, doo-doo headed WEENIES!!! (glares at them as she flies off)
Buttercup: Well, geez, I could have done that.
Blossom: Really. That's the easy way.
Mojo Jojo: So, Powerpuff Girls, now that you have seen these special precautions, what do you plan to do?
Blossom: We're gonna kick your butt.
Mojo Jojo: Huh?
(The massacre begins)
(As Mojo replays "Monkey See, Doggie Do")
Blossom: Who filmed this, anyway? What, do you have cameras all over the world?
Mojo Jojo: Yes! Now shut up!
Running Gag: Blossom and Buttercup arguing about what is better to use on a monster (brain or brawn) and Bubbles going along with that person; Mojo repeating himself while explaining the flaws in his original plan.
Villain(s): Mojo Jojo & Monster.
Bubbles saves the day this time in "Three Girls and a Monster."
Red guns are shown once again in "Three Girls and a Monster."
There's not much new material in this episode, except for a few lines and the finale.
First aired episode where PPG creator Craig McCracken gets on-screen credit as executive producer in the closing credits.
"Monkey See, Doggie Two" is the sequel to "Monkey See, Doggie Do."
The monster in "Three Girls and a..." gives more than one aside to the monster star of Japanese B-movies Godzilla, what with its rising out of the water to storm the city and its general ability to shrug off pretty much all conventional attacks.
Episode Title: Three Girls and a Monster
The title "Three Girls and a Monster" is inspired from the popular 1987 movie, Three Men and a Baby.
Blossom: Attack Plan Alpha Omega Atari!
When executing this plan, the girls race through the city, at one point forming, with their color trails, the Atari video game system symbol.
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