|Down 'n' Dirty|
|Episode name pun on: The phrase "down and dirty" and being dirty.|
|Airdate:||September 10, 1999|
|Director:||John McIntyre and Craig McCracken|
|Writer(s):||John McIntyre and Amy Keating Rodgers|
"Beat Your Greens"
"Slave the Day"
The girls get dirty from fighting an oil monster, so the Professor runs a bath for them, which Buttercup detests, because she believes only big, fat sissies take baths. The next day, Buttercup gets stinky when the girls fight a booger monster and doesn't see the point of her sisters taking a bath since they'll just get dirty again the next day. The Professor orders Buttercup to take a bath and she refuses, so she gets thrown out the house. The following day, Buttercup fights another monster and gets even dirtier while her sisters head to school. When Buttercup comes to school late, her stink leads to Ms. Keane starting the fire alarm and everyone leaves her. All around Townsville, Buttercup offends everyone with her stench to the point of an angry mob chasing her away. As Buttercup vows to never come clean, another monster rises from the water and sucks her in his nose, then blows her out upon smelling her. The monster then retreats, informing Buttercup that she stinks. At this point, Buttercup finally agrees to take a bath, to her sisters' satisfaction, but only to fight monsters again. Although Buttercup is now all squeaky clean, Blossom says that her attitude still stinks.
And so the day is bathed, thanks to the Powerpuff Girls.
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