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The Powerpuff Girls: Season 6: Episode 10 -- "I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future" The Girls have the rare task of fighting a Medium who is committing petty thefts.

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Writer:
Craig McCracken (created by)
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Seasons:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | unknown
Release Date:
18 November 1998 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Saving the world before bedtime.
Plot:
Three super-powered little girls constantly save the world (or at least the city of Townsville) from monsters, would-be conquerers and a few other gross things. Full summary »
Awards:
Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 14 nominations See more »
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Cast

 (Series Cast Summary - 7 of 26)

Cathy Cavadini ... Blossom / ... (80 episodes, 1995-2005)

Elizabeth Daily ... Buttercup / ... (80 episodes, 1995-2005)

Tara Strong ... Bubbles / ... (79 episodes, 1998-2005)

Tom Kenny ... Narrator / ... (78 episodes, 1998-2005)

Tom Kane ... Professor Utonium / ... (64 episodes, 1998-2005)

Roger Jackson ... Mojo Jojo / ... (40 episodes, 1998-2005)
Jennifer Martin ... Sara Bellum / ... (36 episodes, 1998-2005)
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Series Directed by
Craig McCracken (52 episodes, 1995-2002)
John McIntyre (44 episodes, 1998-2004)
Randy Myers (42 episodes, 1999-2005)
Lauren Faust (29 episodes, 2001-2004)
Genndy Tartakovsky (22 episodes, 1998-2000)
Robert Alvarez (11 episodes, 2000-2005)
Rob Renzetti (2 episodes, 2002)
Chris Savino (2 episodes, 2004-2005)
 
Series Writing credits
Craig McCracken (80 episodes, 1995-2005)
Jason Butler Rote (21 episodes, 1998-2000)
Amy Keating Rogers (12 episodes, 1999-2002)
Chris Savino (7 episodes, 1998-2005)
Cindy Morrow (7 episodes, 1999-2004)
Michael Ryan (6 episodes, 1998-2000)
Chris Reccardi (6 episodes, 2003-2004)
David P. Smith (5 episodes, 1998-2004)
Don Shank (4 episodes, 1998-2000)
Paul Rudish (4 episodes, 1998-1999)
Kevin Kaliher (3 episodes, 1998-2001)
Clay Morrow (3 episodes, 1998-1999)
Charlie Bean (3 episodes, 1999-2001)
Thurop Van Orman (3 episodes, 2004)
Zeke Kamm (2 episodes, 1998-1999)
Lynne Naylor (2 episodes, 1999-2001)
Genndy Tartakovsky (2 episodes, 1999)
Lauren Faust (2 episodes, 2001-2003)

Series Produced by
Craig McCracken .... executive producer (79 episodes, 1998-2005)
Genndy Tartakovsky .... supervising producer (50 episodes, 1998-2005)
Donna Castricone .... associate producer (18 episodes, 1998-2004)
Vincent Aniceto .... associate producer (4 episodes, 2000-2002)
Brian A. Miller .... supervising producer: Cartoon Network (4 episodes, 2001-2002)
 
Series Original Music by
James L. Venable (44 episodes, 1998-2005)
Thomas Chase (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Steve Rucker (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Jennifer Kes Remington (24 episodes, 2003-2005)
 
Series Film Editing by
Bobby Gibis (7 episodes, 2002-2005)
 
Series Casting by
Collette Sunderman (22 episodes, 1998-2004)
 
Series Art Direction by
Craig Kellman (22 episodes, 1998-2000)
Don Shank (15 episodes, 1999-2001)
Paul Stec (3 episodes, 2003-2004)
 
Series Production Management
Haven Alexander .... production supervisor (30 episodes, 1998-2004)
Ken Duer .... production supervisor (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Joe Sandusky .... production supervisor (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Tim Iverson .... post-production manager (20 episodes, 1998-2004)
Charlie Desrochers .... production manager (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Gayle Mnookin .... unit post-production supervisor (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Clive Nakayashiki .... production supervisor (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Brian A. Miller .... executive in charge of production (18 episodes, 1998-2004)
Howard Schwartz .... production supervisor (18 episodes, 1998-2004)
Liza-Ann Warren .... production supervisor (17 episodes, 1998-2004)
Linda Simensky .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (16 episodes, 1998-2003)
Andrea Lopez .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network / executive in charge of production (15 episodes, 2002-2005)
Mike Lazzo .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (14 episodes, 1998-2002)
Andy Lewis .... production manager (7 episodes, 1998-2000)
Linda Steiner .... production supervisor (4 episodes, 1998-2000)
Vincent Aniceto .... production manager (3 episodes, 1999-2000)
Jennifer Pelphrey .... director of production (3 episodes, 2001-2002)
Scott Setterberg .... production supervisor (2 episodes, 2000)
 
Series Art Department
Andy Bialk .... models (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Lynne Naylor .... storyboard artist / models (14 episodes, 1998-2001)
Chris Reccardi .... storyboard artist (13 episodes, 2000-2005)
Cindy Morrow .... storyboard artist (7 episodes, 1998-2004)
Kevin Kaliher .... storyboard artist (7 episodes, 1998-2001)
Paul Rudish .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 1998-2002)
Clay Morrow .... storyboard artist / models (6 episodes, 1998-2001)
Don Shank .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 1998-2000)
Chris Savino .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 1999-2004)
Charlie Bean .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 1999-2002)
Lauren Faust .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 2001-2003)
David P. Smith .... storyboard artist (5 episodes, 1999-2004)
Mike Stern .... storyboard artist (3 episodes, 1998-2000)
Chris Battle .... models (3 episodes, 1999-2001)
Thurop Van Orman .... storyboard artist (3 episodes, 2004)
Carey Yost .... models / storyboard artist (2 episodes, 2000-2003)
Serapio Calm .... prop designer (2 episodes, 2004)
 
Series Sound Department
Ed Collins .... supervising recording engineer / supervising sound engineer (24 episodes, 1995-2004)
Jeff O. Collins .... sound recording engineer (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Jim Hearn .... dialogue editor (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Timothy J. Borquez .... re-recording mixer / supervising re-recording mixer (23 episodes, 1998-2004)
Carol Iverson .... track reader (23 episodes, 1998-2004)
Kerry Iverson .... dialogue editor / track reader (23 episodes, 1998-2004)
Fred Salinas .... track reader (23 episodes, 1998-2004)
Joe Trueba .... track reader (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Timothy J. Garrity .... re-recording mixer (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Mike Trueba .... track reader (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Collette Sunderman .... recording director (19 episodes, 2000-2004)
Craig McCracken .... recording director (15 episodes, 1998-2004)
Morten Folmer Nielsen .... adr editor / adr recorder (11 episodes, 2000-2001)
Genndy Tartakovsky .... recording director (5 episodes, 1998-2001)
Eric Freeman .... sound re-recording mixer (5 episodes, 2000-2002)
 
Series Animation Department
Chris Battle .... character designer / models (33 episodes, 1998-2005)
Sandy Benenati .... animation checker (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Barbara Krueger .... clean-up artist (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Sue Mondt .... background color (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Nelda Ridley .... final checker (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Martin Ansolabehere .... background color (23 episodes, 1998-2004)
Robert Alvarez .... animation director (22 episodes, 1998-2004)
Martin Crossley .... xerographer (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Dan Krall .... layout keys (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Star Wirth .... xerographer (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Jim Worthy .... layout keys (21 episodes, 1998-2004)
Karen Greslie .... color stylist (21 episodes, 1999-2004)
James T. Walker .... animation director (18 episodes, 1998-2004)
Christopher Bracher .... computer animation system designer (6 episodes, 1995-1998)
Roger Webb .... color stylist (5 episodes, 1998-2001)
Robert Lacko .... clean-up artist (4 episodes, 1998-2001)
Frederick J. Gardner III .... layout keys / background key designer (4 episodes, 2001-2004)
Lou Romano .... background color (2 episodes, 2000)
Andy Suriano .... character designer / character layout artist (2 episodes, 2003)
 
Series Editorial Department
William E. DeBoer .... negative cutter (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Paul Douglas .... supervising editor (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Julianne Humbert .... post-production coordinator (22 episodes, 1998-2004)
Erik Freid .... assistant on-line editor (18 episodes, 1998-2000)
Rick Taylor .... telecine operator / telecine colorist (9 episodes, 1999-2002)
Craig Price .... online operator / on-line editor (5 episodes, 2000-2002)
Alicia Parkinson .... post-production coordinator (2 episodes, 2001-2002)
 
Series Music Department
Thomas Chase .... composer: theme music (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
Steve Rucker .... composer: theme music (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
James L. Venable .... composer: theme music (24 episodes, 1998-2004)
 
Series Other crew
Sharra Gage .... production assistant / talent coordinator (25 episodes, 1998-2004)
Joanne Halcon .... production accountant (25 episodes, 1998-2004)
Linda Moore .... production assistant (25 episodes, 1998-2004)
Athena Christianakis .... production administrator (22 episodes, 1998-2004)
Amy E. Wagner .... production liaison (20 episodes, 1998-2004)
Vincent Aniceto .... production coordinator (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Amy Keating Rogers .... production coordinator (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Maria Womack .... production administrator (19 episodes, 1998-2004)
Andy Lewis .... production management (18 episodes, 1998-2004)
Mike Lazzo .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (9 episodes, 1998-2004)
Linda Simensky .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (9 episodes, 1998-2004)
Dayla Kennedy .... production coordinator (5 episodes, 2000-2002)
Shareena Carlson .... production coordinator (5 episodes, 2000-2001)
Tammy List .... production coordinator (3 episodes, 1998-2002)
Nancy Goree .... production coordinator (3 episodes, 2001-2002)
Ian Wasseluk .... production assistant (3 episodes, 2001-2002)
 

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Also Known As:
"Powerpuff Girls" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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30 min (including commercials)
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Trivia:
"The Powerpuff Girls" (1998) double episode set of "The Powerpuff Girls: Bubblevicious/The Bare Facts (#1.9)" (1999)'s original air date was Wednesday, January 20th, 1999. Anniversary of the second portion short, "The Bare Facts" (of the Mayor), date of January 20th occurs during Presidential and political inaugurations. In 1993 & 1997, Bill Clinton. In 2001 & 2005, George W. Bush. Barack Obama's first in 2009. In 2013, it was on January 21, because January 20, 2013, was a Sunday.See more »
Quotes:
Professor Utonium:Bring it on, daddy-o.
Mojo Jojo:Oh that is so LAME. You will PAY for your use of inappropriate dialogue.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Spanglish (2004)See more »
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23 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Action, Plot, and Character Development, 7 June 1999
Author: Rich Wilson from Georgia

Even though it takes many elements from many genres, "The Powerpuff Girls" show is like nothing I've ever seen before. These little girls have more heart and more hustle than any other superheroes, and when trouble strikes, these three little superheroines don't waste time with the philosophical speeches of the "SuperFriends" or the inane transformation sequences of "Sailor Moon." The Powerpuff Girls are always ready for action, and when trouble strikes they stop only to ask permission to leave the classroom - and only if there is time.

Besides plenty of action, the show has superb, though often subtle, character development: a happy but lonely Professor Utonium creates three super-powered girls, to whom he gives love, support, and discipline. However, he occasionally reveals his concern about the dangers of their crime fighting, his feelings of loneliness and burden about being a single parent, and even buried anger from his childhood.

The girls have distinct personalities as well: Blossom, the self-appointed leader, is very smart for her age and has an ego to match; Buttercup is a tomboy who cannot wait until she is old enough to go out after dark; and Bubbles behaves like a normal five-year-old girl, coloring, singing, and trying to keep the peace. Our adorable heroines experience the friction that most siblings do, but their love and fight against evil keep them together.

Also, the supporting characters, including both the good citizens and the villains, have complex yet consistent personalities. The kind mayor's assistant and evil Mojo Jojo are as interesting and complex the Powerpuff Girls themselves. Even if a scene begins with a random monster attacking the city, you can be sure that there is more to the story, and another piece of the relationship puzzle will be put in its place before the show is over.

Of course, the episodes are extremely funny and uplifting, and the only thing this show does not have is the built-in toy advertising. The writers and artists borrow elements from shows and movies that we children of the sixties enjoyed. Besides their own original story lines, they have cleverly parodied "Star Wars," the classic step-mom fairy tales, and everything from James Bond to Japanese monster films. Whether the subject is exciting, sad, or scary, you will always find the humor and the warmth.

The show does have a few minor drawbacks: sometimes the "cartoon violence" is a bit excessive, and I recommend that young children do not watch this show - it is rated for children eight-years-old and older. There are sometimes inconsistencies between shows or even in the same episode, but these are minor, and I should not complain because it is a cartoon after all.

Overall, "The Powerpuff Girls" is an excellent television show that leaves its audience feeling good. All of the characters are well developed, and the girls themselves are as believable as kindergarten superheroines can be. With their love, willingness to fight for good, and ability to take action instead of whining, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are truly the role models for the twenty-first century.

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