Episode 3.1: Octi Evil
The heinous Him toys with Bubbles’ mind by speaking to her through Octi, her favorite stuffed animal. Following it’s instruction, Bubbles provokes a fight between her sisters that prompts the Professor to issue a time-out until the girls can make amends and make squid-meat out of the giant, Him-controlled Octi.
Episode 3.2: Geshundfight
The Amoeba Boys’ ill-conceived plan to stand in front of the “Keep off the Grass” sign at Townsville Park all night in the rain leaves them with a terrible virus. When they infect the Townsville population, it’s up to the girls to find the antidote.
Episode 4.1: Buttercrush
Buttercup becomes smitten with Ace, the leader of the Ganggreen Gang. However, when the gang exploits her infatuation and lures Blossom and Bubbles into danger, Buttercup quickly comes to her sisters’ rescue and shows the boys the real meaning of the word “crush.”
Episode 4.2: Fuzzy Logic
The beastly bumpkin Fuzzy Lumpkins goes wild in Townsville and only the Powerpuff Girls with some help from a flying squirrel can teach him to respect other people’s property.
Episode 5.1: Boogie Frights
Bubbles must face her fear of the Boogie Man, after he blocks out the sun and allow his monster friends to party all the time.
Episode 5.2: Abracadaver
A long-dead resident magician, Al Lusion, comes back to life as a zombie, and the girls have some difficulty in trying to stop him.
Episode 6.1: Telephonies
The Gangreen Gang gets hold of the Powerpuff Girls Hotline and makes crank calls, sending the Girls on a wild goose chase trying to protect the town.
Episode 6.2: Tough Love
Everyone in Townsville loves the Powerpuff Girls, but the citizens have a sudden change of heart when Him sends out an evil gas that turns the entire town angry and hate their favorite superheroines. The girls’ must fight the ones they love to get them back to normal.
Episode 7.1: Major Competition
The Powerpuff Girl’s place as crime fighters is taken when Major Man comes to town. The PPGs eventually figure out that Major Man is actually faking disasters just so he can “save the day.”
Episode 7.2: Mr. Mojo’s Rising
When Mojo Jojo kidnaps the Professor, it’s a blast from the past—a blast of Chemical X, that is. After Mojo Jojo reveals he was once the Professor’s “beloved” assistant the Professor is coerced into giving Mojo the same superpowers as the Girls. However, once empowered, the true evolution of this super-villain chimp comes to light, a fact Mojo Jojo will certainly regret.
Episode 8.1: Paste Makes Waste
When the fly with atomic chemicals enter into the paste, Elmer turns into a destructive Paste Monster. Buttercup has to get out of a sticky situation by doing something against her tough nature—apologizing.
Episode 8.2: Ice Sore
During a heat wave, Blossom discovers that she has a new power: ice breath, but when she doesn’t use her new gift wisely, she gets a chilly reception from her sisters until a fireball aims at Townsville, affecting her decision in using the new power.
Episode 9.1: Bubblevicious
Bubbles is tired of people dismissing her as more sugar than spice, especially the professor and her sisters, who treat her like a baby. When she sets out to prove she’s hardcore, she takes everyone by surprise, even Mojo Jojo.
Episode 9.2: The Bare Facts
After Mojo Jojo kidnaps and blindfolds him, the Mayor has to rely on the Girls’ very different individual accounts of the crime to figure out exactly what happened. However, he’s still at a loss to explain why the girls keep giggling at him; the end reveals that his clothes were stolen.
Episode 10.1: Cat Man Do
Bubbles saves a seemingly innocent little cat from the clutches of an evil villain, but when the girls discover it’s actually the cat who is evil, they must save the Professor from becoming the “purr-fect” victim.
Episode 10.2: Impeach Fuzz
When Fuzzy Lumpkins throws his hat into the mayoral ring and claims a surprise victory, it’s up to the Mayor to wrestle the office (and the Mayor’s actual hat) back from him.
Episode 11.1: Just Another Manic Mojo
After the Powerpuff Girls lose their baseball in Mojo Jojo’s window it seems to offer the evil villain the perfect opportunity to destroy the pesky superheroes. Unfortunately he gets more than he bargains for when the Girls treats it like a visit to his house, just to cause trouble over a baseball.
Episode 11.2: Mime for a Change
An accidental bleach spill turns Rainbow the Clown into the malevolent Mr. Mime, and he proceeds to eliminate Townsville of its color, sound and movement. Features the song “Love Makes the World Go ‘Round”, with Bubbles on drums and lead vocals, Buttercup on bass guitar and vocals, and Blossom on guitar and vocals.
Episode 12: The Rowdyruff Boys
Mojo Jojo creates the ultimate weapons against the Powerpuff Girls. They’re Brick, Boomer, and Butch: The Rowdyruff Boys, male equivalents. When regular fighting does not work against the Boys, the Girls have to use their feminine wiles to seal a victory.
Episode 13: Uh Oh Dynamo
Worried about the Girls’ safety from the Eye Fish Balloon, the Professor creates Powerpuff Dynamo, a state-of-the-art giant robot, to help them in battle. Yet, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup have no reason in using Dynamo in dealing with regular emergencies. But when the Giant Fish Balloon Monster outmatch the Powerpuff Girls, Professor force them to use Dynamo to defeat a very powerful foe. Though they succeeded, the Mayor and Townsville people condemn the Professor and Dynamo for the destruction it caused to the town.
Episode 1.1: Stuck Up, Up and Away
The new girl in school, Princess Morbucks, wants to be a Powerpuff Girl after discovering they have superpowers, one thing she doesn’t have. However, when Princess is denied the opportunity to join the Girls, they make a very snobbish new enemy, intent on destroying them.
Episode 1.2: Schoolhouse Rocked
The Ganggreen Gang run into a truant officer named Jack Wednesday who sends them back to school. Unfortunately, that school is Pokey Oaks, where the Powerpuff Girls attend and where a no-fighting rule means the Girls can do little to stop the Ganggreen Gang from taking over the playground. Except for dodge ball.
Episode 2.1: Collect Her
A comic book geek named Lenny Baxter goes too far to complete his superhero collection when he traps the girls inside his power packages. Now, it’s up the people of Townsville to save the day.
Episode 2.2: Supper Villain
The Powerpuff Girls’ new next door neighbors, The Smiths, seem very nice and average—until the father Harold Smith reveals his ill-fated aspiration of becoming a super villain, and takes Professor hostage.
Episode 3.1: Birthday Bash
While in prison, Mojo Jojo, Princess, and the Amoeba Boys all come up with plans to destroy the Girls at their television-covered birthday party. Later on, Him tries a plan of his own, using the pinata featured at the party.
Episode 3.2: Too Pooped to Puff
When Townsville begins taking the Powerpuff Girls for granted over little things, the girls vow not to get involved until Townsville starts taking care of themselves. Therefore, when a monster attacks the town, the girls decides to stay put on the cloud. Unfortunately, the towns people are not as smart as they appear to be and were blatantly adamant for the girls to take care for them. Therefore the girls has to teach them into using the basics to take care of the monster.
Episode 4.1: Beat Your Greens
Broccoli aliens land in Townsville with a plan to harvest all the Earth’s vegetables, and the only way to beat the broccoli is to eat it. The girls are able to defeat their most detested side dish with help from other kids in town.
Episode 4.2: Down n’ Dirty
Buttercup fails to see the reason she should bathe each day, as her sisters do, when the time in the tub could be better spent fighting more bad guys. Nevertheless, Buttercup soon learn the hard way, that personal hygiene is more important when she finds criminals (and monsters) hard to come by while the mayor and the towns people adds pressure to her decisions.
Episode 5.1: Dream Scheme
The Sandman wants to get some sleep, but can’t as long as half the world is awake at any given time, so he builds a machine that will sprinkle the world with his sand and put the everyone to sleep, leaving it to The Powerpuff Girls to fight the Sandman in his dreams to make him wake up. It’s the only episodes where “rhyming” like a poem plays a major role in the story.
Episode 5.2: You Snooze You Lose
When Mojo Jojo loses his most evil plan ever, it falls into the clutches of the inept Amoeba Boys, who cannot make heads or tails of it. The Powerpuff Girls agree to help the simple minded Amoebas with what they think is a scavenger hunt.
Episode 6.1: Slave the Day
After being saved from a rushing train by the girls, Big Billy defects from the Ganggreen Gang and pledges his loyalty to the girls. Unfortunately, this leads to him getting in the way of their crime fighting.
Episode 6.2: Los Dos Mojos
When Bubbles gets hit on the head and knocked out unconscious in battle, she wakes up with amnesia and believes that she is Mojo Jojo. Nevertheless, Blossom and Buttercup help get her memory back and take on the real Mojo. But Mojo is able to knock some sense back to Bubbles with a construction bar.
Episode 7.1: A Very Special Blossom
When the Professor wants an expensive gift for Father’s Day, Blossom makes the mistake of stealing what she can’t afford (Pro-Excellence golf clubs) instead of giving from the heart.
Episode 7.2: Daylight Savings
When the Girls’ school work suffers from their late night crimefighting, Ms. Keane convinces the Professor that they need a 7:30 nightly curfew.
Episode 8.1: Mo Job
Princess hires Mojo to devise the perfect plan to destroy the Girls, and they are quite shocked when they find that Princess has powers equal to theirs.
Episode 8.2: Pet Feud
After the Professor genetically engineers a new pet—the fluffy and cuddly Beebo—he instructs the Girls feed their new pet only once. When the three Powerpuff Girls each feeds him a separate time without the knowledge of one another, the furry Beebo becomes a ravenous monster and starts eating everyone and everything in the city.
Episode 9.1: Imaginary Fiend
The new boy in school creates an imaginary friend named Patches who starts causing trouble. The solution is another imaginary friend from the Powerpuff Girls.
Episode 9.2: Cootie Gras
One of Pokey Oaks’ students develops the cooties and everyone in school, even the Powerpuff Girls, are avoiding him. Mojo Jojo uses the situation to his advantage.
Episode 10.1: The Powerpuff Girls Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever
On a rainy day, because there isn’t a crime to be found in the city, the Girls make their own crime fighting adventure using the power of their imagination.
Episode 10.2: Just Desserts
In this sequel to “Supper Villain”, the Smiths plan their revenge on the Powerpuff Girls for ruining their dinner after Harold Smith returns from prison.
Episode 11.1: Twisted Sister
The girls desperately want a fourth sibling, and because they know how they were created, the girls make their own, who proves to be a bit more unusual than they would expect.
Episode 11.2: Cover Up
Buttercup believes her lucky blanket gives her the strength to be a good fighter, but her sisters quickly get on her case.
Episode 12.1: Speed Demon
The Girls accidentally fly the speed of light and when they arrive home, everything has changed. Fifty years have passed and the world has been taken over by Him, since the Girls weren’t around to defeat him.
Episode 12.2: Mojo Jonesin
A quartet of kids from the Powerpuff Girls school discuss their thoughts on having superpowers like the Girls.
Episode 13.1: Something’s a Ms.
Miss Bellum is acting very strange lately. And she keeps showing up at crime scenes. It turns out that Sedusa is back, has kidnapped Ms. Bellum and has been impersonating her in order to steal money and jewels.
Episode 13.2: Slumbering with the Enemy
The Powerpuff Girls throw a slumber party and invite every girl in their school to come. Mojo Jojo steals the final invitation and comes to the party dressed up as Mojesha.
“Fallen Arches” A gang of old-time villains come out of retirement when they discover the town is being protected by little girls. When the Girls realize that they can’t fight their elders, they must enlist the best superhero team of the past to save the city.