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Everyone who knows me knows of my unfaltering allegiance to The Powerpuff Girls and their fight against crime before bedtime. Even as I stumble awkwardly into my twenties, I can recognize both their profound influence on my feminist values and their lasting quality compared to the bizarro shows of today. But one of the things I really appreciate the most is the slew of dirty jokes in the Powerpuff Girls.
Only thing is A thread on 4chanwhich made the rounds on Tumblr and Twitter this week, claimed that Powerpuff Girls writer Jake Goldman created the character of Jared Shapiro, a nerdy student and theatre buff whom Blossom has a crush on. The character looks like Goldman and is voiced by him, so critics said he was self-inserting himself into a romantic situation with an underage character.
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Skip navigation! Story from Pop Culture. Those big eyes and rounded stumps for hands and feet are uniquely specific to the girls, emphasizing their softly charming exteriors.
The Powerpuff Girls was a popular cartoon that aired on Cartoon Network from November 18 ththrough August 25th, There have been many additional Powerpuff Girls TV movies, animes, and shows, but none of them have been as popular as the original series created by Craig McCracken. Craig McCracken may have only directed episodes for seasons one through four, but the series ran for a total of six seasons.
The three characters you now recognize as Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup of "The Powerpuff Girls" made their debut in with a different, more aggressive team moniker -- "The Whoopass Girls. Creator Craig McCracken was a college student at CalArts at the time he sent the original short to Cartoon Network, the company that ended up purchasing the show with the stipulation of a name change to widen the appeal. This balance between "The Powerpuff Girls" being a kids show at the forefront with adult humor in the background continued throughout the series' run.
Ina show called The Powerpuff Girls premiered on Cartoon Network that would have young girls all over the world wondering whether they were a Blossom, a Bubbles, or a Buttercup. From the time I was 13 until around 17 or 18, friends and family would only get me Powerpuff Girls merchandise for birthdays and holidays because I was THAT obsessed. One of my senior photos may or may not have involved a talking Bubbles doll.