Season 2, Episode 4
Episode name pun on: The words "split" and Townsville
Airdate: March 24, 2017
Director: Nick Jennings
Bob Boyle
Story: Haley Mancini
Jake Goldman
Writer(s): Phil Jacobson
Sofia Alexander
John West
See also
"15 Minutes of Fame"

Splitsville is the fourth episode (and forty-third episode overall) of Season 2 of the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series. It aired on Cartoon Network on March 24, 2017.


The girls learn to appreciate each others's style after having to each fight solo.



Main Characters

Minor Characters

  • Fancy Monster
  • Tourists
  • Robber Baren
  • Townsville Girls Basketball Team
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Raptor King


  • In this episode; Bubbles uses her math skills to move the boat, Buttercup tames the slime dog monsters, and Blossom aggressively takes down a robot with brute force.
  • Bubbles' challenge is a reference to the iconic "Fox-Chicken-Grain" riddle/game.
  • This episode marks the second time in the 2016 series where Bubbles impersonates one of her sisters, the first time was "Green Wing". In this episode, she is impersonating Blossom.
  • To defeat their challenges; Bubbles acts like Blossom, Buttercup acts like Bubbles, and Blossom acts like Buttercup.
  • One lesson the girls learn in this episode is that they will always need each other's personality and skills to solve a problem. (Whether it be physically or mentally)
  • This is the second time in the 2016 series where another character (Bubbles) impersonated Blossom. The first time was in "TTG v PPG" where Robin impersonated Blossom to trick Mojo Jojo.
  • Each of the Girls pick their movie for their movie night:
    • Blossom's movie "The Spreadsheets of Madison County", a parody of the 1995 romantic-film The Bridges of Madison County.
    • Buttercup's movie "Bearnado", a homage of the 2013 sci-fi thriller Sharknado.
  • The Robber Baren is vaguely similar of the character Dick Dastardly from the classic Hannah-Barbera cartoon Wacky Races along its 2017 reboot.
  • This is the first time Buttercup had buldging biceps in the reboot.
    • The tattoos on Buttercup's biceps reference two veterans Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Amelia Earhart.
    • Buttercup named her biceps is similar when she named her fists from "The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!"
  • The way the slime monster dogs multiply similars from the original series episode "Divide and Conquer" when the Amoeba Boys were multiplying as well.

Trailers and Promos

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