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Season 3 | Episode 12 Episode complete credited cast: "Meet the Beat Alls" is an entire spoof on the famous British band, The Beatles, with more than Meet the Beat Alls: Mojo Jojo, Him, Princess Morbucks, and Fuzzy Lumpkins team Buttercup spends the whole episode stealing teeth from villains, but at the . Mojo Jojo, Princess Morbucks, Fuzzy Lumpkins, and HIM join forces to create the supervillain group called "The Beat-Alls". This episode has many references to.
Buttercup makes quite a fortune with all the teeth she collected, but in the end loses it all again to the dental bills from having her own teeth fixed. Buttercup twice; first when she unintentionally knocks one of Bubbles' teeth out, and again at the end of the episode when the villains she stole teeth from go to beat the shit out of her.
Buttercup already was a jerk, but she acts even worse than normal here.
The Powerpuff Girls (S3E12): "Moral Decay"/"Meet The Beat Alls" / Recap - TV Tropes
She tries to steal villains' teeth to get money, but this comes back to bite her in the ass at the very end of the episode. Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: Initially, Buttercup only knocks out criminals' teeth out since they were committing crimes.The Powerpuff Girs - Meet the Beat Alls (Full Episode) Part 01
But eventually, she decides to beat up criminals that weren't doing any crime to continue making more money. Buttercup spends the whole episode stealing teeth from villains, but at the end those same villains go to knock her own teeth as well. And if that weren't enough, the Professor intends to use all of the money she earned for the teeth she stole to pay off her dental bills. Bubbles speaks with one of these after Buttercup knocks her tooth out. At the start of the episode, the girls use their powers to do chores around the house, like Blossom vacuum cleaning the ceiling.
This happens to Bubbles when she loses a tooth thanks to Buttercup accidentally punching her. Maybe I'll be able to to save up and get that punching bag I've been eyeing. And then I can punch, bam pow! Buttercup has a pretty big one while trying to steal teeth from villains for profit. Mojo Jojo after having his teeth knocked out, followed by a visit to the dentist.
The Beat Alls first meet when they attack the Powerpuff Girls at their own home, in the middle of the night. Deliverd by Bubbles to the 4 arguing villains just outside their house. The girls constantly suffer this against the Beat Alls in every encounter, so much that they stop showing up after awhile because they know they'll just lose again.
Once the Beat Alls lose Mojo though, the tide quickly turns. A part of the episode is narrated as one.
Moral Decay/Meet the Beat-Alls
Finishing Each Other's Sentences: I can't play ya purdy tonight. I got them durn Powerpuffs in my noodle. Destroy them I will! Tonight is the night in which Townsville ain't gonna no more after I get them Powerpuff Girls, time for bed. List of the Beatles references The Beatles themselves appear twice in their different animated forms.
Their second appearance is in the scene where Mojo and Moko Yono are screaming to annoy people. When Mojo Jojo screams the words: The Beat-Alls are in a wanted poster similar to the cover album from the film: A Hard Days Night.
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The Beat-Alls walk down a zebra crossing in a parody of the Abbey Road album cover. The title card references the With the Beatles album cover. Multiple songs are referenced throughout the episode.
Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. Mojo Jojo's comment "Will the people in the cheap seats, please leave. And the rest of you, hand over your jewelry! The shouting scene, showing how the Beat-Alls got separated, is a reference to the actual separation of the Beatles. Ironically, Yoko Ono was blamed by many fans for the break-up of the Beatles, while Moko Yono was responsible for the Beat-Alls splitting up since she was really undercover working with the Girls.
In the scene where the Chief of Police is speaking, his name is "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Coincidentally, the character also bears a striking resemblance to Old Fred from the Beatles film: The reporter bears similarities to the character Eric Idle portrays in the film The Rutles: The scene with the remaining three Beat-Alls causing havoc from a rooftop references the Beatles during their rooftop concert on January 30, Michelle, Moko's real name, is inspired by the song of the same name.