The Powerpuff Girls versus Charlie's Angels

Cuteness versus hotness.Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup form the elite superhero fighting force of the city of Townsville. They’re cute little superheroes and they beat on monsters on the Cartoon Network. As for Charlie’s Angels, well, they were a crappy TV show, now they’re a crappy Hollywood remake of said crappy TV show.

Round One:
The city of Townsville…is the site of the next major Hollywood picture, the next Charlie’s Angels sequel! This goes by unnoticed, until an anonymous caller tips the Powerpuff Girls off as to how evil the Hollywood denizens swarming about the fair city really are. And, in a mighty flash of Powerpuffery, the three little girls are rocketing through the sky going to check things out. Down below, the Charlie’s Angels stars are filming when they see the streaks of cartoon energy trailing behind the three cutest little girls ever. Realizing that the Powerpuff Girls are about to upstage them, the stars fire off their guns in an attempt to make sure no one ever sees anything better than their cheap plastic surgery. Unfortunately, the guns are stage weapons, and the Powerpuff Girls proceed to muck up the Angels’ pretty features. Round One goes to the Powerpuff Girls.

Mojo Jo...Overcoat
Mojo Jo...Overcoat

Round Two:
Enter a shady monkey-like character with a habit of repeating himself, the man responsible for the anonymous call, “Mojo Jo…Overcoat.” He meets up with Charlie’s Angels after they are freshly recuperated from their wounds and brings them into a dark alley. Mojo explains to them that the Powerpuff Girls have been promoting violence over the television screen for years and must be stopped. To help them in their noble quest to defeat the Powerpuff Girls, Mojo dopes them up on some of his home made Chemical X, the source of the Powerpuff Girls’ power. Charlie’s Angels thereby gain superpowers, and combined with some good old fashioned marksmanship, nearly beat the Powerpuff Girls to death. Enter the narrator’s woe over the defeat of the girls. Round Two goes to Charlie’s Angels.

Round Three:
Realizing what they’ve done, the Angels stop just before completely destroying the Powerpuff Girls. At this point, the evil Mojo Jojo (if you don’t know who this is, just accept that he is the bad guy) chooses to make his true identity known and prepares to fire a giant laser at the immobile Powerpuff Girls. Unfortunately, he restates his purpose over and over and over again for at least five minutes. Charlie’s Angels prepare to leap into action, only to discover that their Chemical X was the cheap stuff they make down in Venezuela and has worn off by now. Then, realizing that they’re action heroes in the first place, they shoot Mojo Jojo.

“Ah! You shot me! You shot me right in the arm! Oh my pain! My agony! The bullet has pierced my arm! Right here in the arm is where you shot me!” At this point one of the Angels pistol whips Mojo into unconsciousness just to shut him up. However, the Powerpuff Girls have recovered by now, and seeing such random violence (and that’s what these fights are folks…your weekly dose of random violence), beat the Angels into a bloody pulp (see the irony?). And so once again the day is saved, thanks to the Powerpuff Girls.

One thought on “The Powerpuff Girls versus Charlie's Angels

  1. They are gorgeous three girls as secret agents Alex Natalie and Dylan the next generation Charlie’s Angels versus young preteen girls invented by Dr Utonium Blossom Bubbles and Buttercup becomes a superheroine trio known as Powerpuff Girls and who will win the fight and who is the best fighting trio find out….Based from a classic television series from 1976-81 for several seasons and aired on Cartoon Network from 1997-2003 television series as well also another different versions Powerpuff Girls Z a popular Jaoanese version of the cartoon series from 2003-06 television series from Japan also in other countries aired around the world to be seen on Cartoon Network in reruns and a live action movie is underway to be filmed in Australia United States Japan and Canada by early spring of 2014 by Warner Bros coming soon.Thanks for the information. From:Wayne


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