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Man Up 2: Still Man-ing
Season 1, Episode 18
Episode name pun on: The common phrase "Man Up" and the movie "Think Like a Man Too"
Man Up 2 Still Man-Ing Title Card
Airdate: May 30, 2016
Credits
Director: Nick Jennings
Bob Boyle
Story: Jaydeep Hasrajani
Leticia Abreu Silva
Writer(s): Jake Goldman
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Man Up 2: Still Man-ing is the eighteenth episode of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on May 30, 2016.

Synopsis

The girls spend a day at the local lake and enjoying themsevles when the water is suddenly drained from it as well as the rest of the city. The girls soon find out that Man Boy has taken the water for himself to water the lawn around his lair. So the girls head off to stop him to get the water back.

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Trivia

  • This episode marks Man Boy's second appearance .
  • This episode is the sequel to "Man Up".
  • Bubbles reveals her sound-related ability to mimic speaking voices.
  • Duke-a-Cola is a parody of Coca Cola.
  • Buttercup's obsession with bottle caps is similar to Bert's (from Sesame Street) addiction of bottle caps and Team Rocket member James from the Pokemon anime franchise.
  • British Guy #1 name was Thomas, which of course Tom Kenny's real name.
  • The way Manboy speed poses is similar to Johnny Bravo (a show with the same name).
  • When Duke-a-Cola quoted to Buttercup "It's not time for a pity party..." is a reference on one of Melanie Martinez's song from her first album Cry Baby titled "Pity Party".
  • The end battle, as well as Buttercups outfil in it, is reminsant of Mad Max.

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