|Slumbering With the Enemy|
|Episode name pun on: sleeping with the enemy and slumber party|
|Airdate:||June 30, 2000|
|Director:||Randy Myers and Craig McCracken|
|Writer(s):||Amy Keating Rodgers|
"Something's a Ms."
How did you like Slumbering with the Enemy?
The Powerpuff Girls throw a slumber party and invite every girl in their school. Mojo Jojo steals the final invitation and comes to the party dressed up as Mojesha. When the Girls catch on, "Mojesha" seems like she just wants to party, or is she planning a ruse to get rid of them?
The girls invite their friends from Pokey Oaks Kindergarten to their house for a slumber party. There Mojo Jojo sneaks in as Mojesha, so he can finally defeat them. He does so by using the Antidote X on them, knocking them out and removing their powers. At this point, Mojo reveals himself to the guests and gives a gloating rant about how the Powerpuff Girls are now normal little girls, only for the guests to beat him up with their pillows as the girls regain consciousness to see Mojo getting what he deserves for being a party pooper. They would get their powers back eventually.
So, for the very first time, the day is saved - thanks to the normal little girls.
- The title refers to "Fraternizing with the Enemy;" which means to be warm and friendly, kind and compassionate, loving and helpfully protective to your enemy; regardless of being enemies.
- This is the second time the girls did a huddle. The first being Slave the Day.
- This is the third episode where Mojo gets beaten up repeatedly at the end (the first being Bubblevicious and second being Los Dos Mojos).
- This is the first time where someone other than the Powerpuff Girls beats up Mojo Jojo (normal girls).
- It can be assumed that after the events of this episode, the girls regain their powers using the extra Chemical X in the lab from when they created Bunny in "Twisted Sister".
- One girl at the slumber party looks very similar to Princess Morbucks when the girls were sleeping.
- During the montage of Mojo partying with the girls, Buttercup (who is usually a tomboy) is shown getting into girly activities such as swooning over cute guys in a magazine and trying on various outfits, some of which are a little too feminine such as a princess, a Southern Belle, a bridesmaid, a ballerina and even a cheerleader. This is a little out of character for Buttercup.
- When the girls and Mojo Jojo were looking at the magazine, Craig McCracken can be seen as a cameo on the cover and in a few other pages. Genndy Tartakovsky and Don Shank also make cameos in the magazine.
- Interestingly, the end of The Powerpuff Girls Movie would reveal that the girls were willing to take the Antidote X to get rid of their powers because of the events that took place after their birth before the townspeople dissuaded them.
- The Antidote X is red in this episode, while in "The Powerpuff Girls Movie", it is black. In "Toast of the Town", it is deep pink. In "Mo Job" it is red.
- It is unknown how the Powerpuff Girls got their powers back.
- Although "Something's a Ms." and this episode aired on June 30, 2000, they were actually made in 1999 according to the credits.
- This is the final episode of the second production season.