In this special, Bubbles is shown using ice breath. However, in past Powerpuff Girls episodes, Blossom has been shown, and acknowledged, to be the only one of the girls to have this ability.
The date of Ms. Sara Bellum's bonus checks that the mayor kept hidden buried in the city was November 18th, 1998. The date the TV show premiered on Cartoon Network.
When Mojo Jojo is singing in prison, a man grabs him and slides him over, but if you notice, when Mojo walks in the cell there is no one in it.
Unlike the original series, Bubbles' ponytails are at the back of her head instead of the front.
In a very brief scene with a group of children, Mac and Bloo from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends can be seen.
When all of the citizens of Townsville are hanging down their heads in shame over the actions of the Powerpuff Girls, Sara Bellum's real face can briefly be seen, making this the first and only time that her real face has ever been seen.
Featured Songs: If I Could Rule the World (parody of Part of Your World sung by Mojo Jojo.
Tears For Fears Everybody Wants to Rule the World sung by Mojo Jojo.
This is the very first time that Mojo wears a cap, shirt, and shorts, instead of his normal outfit.
This is not the first time that flash animation was used in the series. Craig McCracken first experimented with the animation style of Flash Animation (prior to the creation of Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends) during a fight scene between The Powerpuff Girls & Him in the season 5 episode "Power-Noia".
This episode is rumored to be done in Flash Animation, the same animation Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (Craig McCracken's other show) is animated in. In fact, it is said that the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends' animation crew will be animating this episode.
Three scenes of this episode have a very flashing background, that could cause people that have epilepsy to get headaches, however this is not as strong as the flashing lights in the episode "Electric Solder Porygon" of Pokémon, which caused seizures. The scenes where the flashing background is are when the gnome is in the sky right after after the red clouds stop talking. The second one is when the gnome is capturing everyone evil. The third one is the scene when the gnome falls through the jing-jang symbol.
Craig McCracken had originally intended the character of Gnome for Jack Black, back when he was relatively unknown (Craig was a fan of Jack's Tenacious D musical troupe), but after Jack quickly became successful, he became too difficult to get for the role.
At the end of the sunshine song, when the gnome passes then, if you look closely you'll see another gnome!
In "Octi Gone", the Girls' party dresses looked more like girlier versions of their normal dresses.
After Professor Utonium tried to put the leg back on, Bubbles said he'd got the leg in backwards, but it wasn't as it was first received, until Bubbles switched the leg right round.
In some shots, the flower on the Professor switches form his left side to his right side.
After the Professor puts the leg back on Octi, it suddenly smiled. Is Octi an alive toy?
As Mojo ate the slice of the banana cream pie, look in the shot when the catering man warns about the pie. It's back to a whole new pie.
"Octi-Gone" - When Bubbles is on the phone, she has Octi with her, but in the next shot, it disappeared.
The Mayor has some indications on being a pickle addict because Ms. Bellum has given the Mayor a pickle patch.
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