|Makes Zen To Me|
|Episode name pun on: The phrase "Makes sense to me." and the Asian religious school Zen.|
|Airdate:||April 23, 2004|
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Makes Zen To Me is the 2nd episode of season 6.
- Bubbles' fortune says, "You bring sunshine to those who surround you."
- Blossom's fortune says, "Your quality is that of a leader. Others are sure to follow you."
- Buttercup's fortune says, "Be not violent or angry---peace lies within."
Blossom and Bubbles point that the fortune does have a point, with Bubbles saying that Buttercup's been taking her fighting a little too far lately. Blossom tells Buttercup that there was no need for Buttercup to beat the "stuffing out of Fuzzy," and Bubbles feels sorry for Fuzzy. Buttercup doesn't get why her are sisters are feeling sorry for Fuzzy, as she feels that he deserved the beating since he's a "stinkin' bad guy."
Blossom points out that Fuzzy gave up the fight, but Buttercup kept on beating him up anyway. No sooner have the Girls walked out of the restaurant while arguing then Buttercup is confronted by the doctors tending to an injured Fuzzy Lumpkins. An angry doctor tells Buttercup that because of her, Fuzzy can't eat, talk or think right. Horrified, Buttercup flies off, having found out the result of her heinous actions.
Buttercup then realizes that her sisters were right about her being way too aggressive, and she realizes that she has to change her ways if she ever hopes to find inner peace. A monk helps Buttercup find her inner peace. She practices hard until she gets it right. Soon Mojo Jojo appears and comes to be the master.
Both master and Mojo gets into a fight, but Mojo distracts him by saying "Your shoe’s untied!" and beats him with a single punch, so Buttercup beats up Mojo, sending him out of the tower. After the fight her master is proud of her and she also gives him a kiss on his cheek and the day is saved!
- Blossom and Bubbles only make a brief appearance in the 2002-2005 animated episode outro at the end of this episode.
- This episode is one of the few to show Buttercup's softer side.
- This is the last episode to star Buttercup as the only main character.
- This is one of two episodes in which the narrator doesn't manage to finish his trademark opening line. The other is "Hot Air Buffoon".