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Just Desserts
Season 2, Episode 10-B
Episode name pun on: phrase "Just Deserts".
The Smiths in costume
Airdate: April 28, 2000
Credits
Director: Randy Myers, Craig McCracken
Story: David Smith
Writer(s): Amy Keating Rogers
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Just Desserts is the 20th episode of season 2. It aired on April 28, 2000.

Plot

The Smiths unite to destroy The Powerpuff girls after Harold Smith is revealed to be a supervillain and Marianne Smith complains that her dinner was ruined. It is a sequel to "Supper Villain."

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Trivia

  • It is revealed at the beginning that the episode took place one week after Supper Villain.
  • Although this episode was produced during 1999, this episode is the first episode to feature the familar and well-known 2000 oval designs of the girls, which will remain in regular usage (alternating with the 2000 circle designs) until "Forced Kin".
  • There is a The Fairly OddParents episode with a same name, albeit with a completely different plot.
  • The Smiths are the only minor villains to appear in more than one episode, (apart from the Balloon Monster and several cameo of other minor villans).
  • This is the second and final appearance of the Smiths.
  • There is also a Yu-Gi-Oh! Trap Card of the same name which inflicts 500 Life Points of damage per monster in the opponent's side of the field.
  • When Blossom says that a ruined dinner and an insane, incarcerated husband isn't a good reason for destruction of property and attempted murder, she is right, as an alibi like Marianne's would never hold up in a real court of law, and would get her and her husband held in contempt.

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