TV Series | TV-Y7-FV | | Animation, Action, Comedy
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.
In the episode, The Powerpuff Girls: Imaginary Fiend/Cootie Gras (2000), the new boy creates an imaginary friend that turns out to be evil. Craig McCracken left the show after six seasons to film a show called Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (2004) based on children who have created imaginary friends.
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On the first 4 seasons of the show (1998-2002), the closing logo used at the end isn't Cartoon Network's logo (as seen on Dexter's Laboratory (1996) and many others); instead, the 1980s "swirling star" logo (as featured on Hanna-Barbera cartoons of the time, except for an updated byline mentioning Time Warner) appears.
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