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Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season One

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 1998

Available Quality: DivX

In the city of Townsville, the frustrated Professor Utonium is gathering all the ingredients to make a perfect little girl (sugar, spice, and everything nice). But when his lab assistant, a monkey named Jojo, causes the accidental addition of Chemical X to the mix, the Professor ends up with not one but 3 perfect, powerful little girls. It soon becomes obvious that Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are not normal girls, they have superpowers and have not yet learned to control. The girls are treated like outcasts because they have inadvertently wrecked Townsville in a superpowered game of tag. To win the hearts of the people of Townsville, the ...

 
Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season Two

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 1999

Available Quality: DivX

The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated television series about three kindergarten-aged girls who have superpowers. Created by animator Craig McCracken, the program was produced by Hanna–Barbera until 2001 when Cartoon Network Studios took over production for Cartoon Network. The show has been nominated for an Emmy Award five times, in the category Outstanding Achievement in Animation.

 
Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season Three

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2000

Available Quality: DivX

Blossom (voiced by Cathy Cavadini) is "the smart one" and self-proclaimed leader of the Powerpuff Girls. Her personality is "everything nice," her signature color is pink, and she has long red hair with a red bow.She also has a little sense in style.She was named for having spoken freely and honestly to the Professor shortly after her creation. She is often seen as the most mature, level-headed, and composed member of the group, although she can at times be fussy, overbearing, petty, and too analytical. She tends to "parent" Bubbles and Buttercup, and often tries to play peacemaker between the two if they fight (though she is very quick to ar...

 
Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season Four

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2001

Available Quality: DivX

Bubbles (voiced by Tara Strong in the series and by Kath Soucie in the What a Cartoon! episodes) is "the cute one". Her personality is "sugar," her signature color is baby blue, and she has short blond hair in two pigtails. She was named for her cute and bubbly personality. She tends to act like the baby of the group, despite being the same age. Her best friend is a stuffed octopus doll she calls "Octi". She exhibits the ability to both understand foreign languages (Spanish, Japanese) and communicate with various animals (squirrels, cats, monsters). She will always stand up for (and cuddle with) animals except cockroaches which she (along wit...

 
Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season Five

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2002

Available Quality: DivX

Buttercup (voiced by Elizabeth Daily) is "the tough one". Her personality is "spice," her signature color is light green, and she has short black hair in a flip. She was named because "Buttercup" begins with the letter "B" like her sisters, much to her chagrin. She is a tomboy despite the dress. She has a very short temper. Sometimes her aggression gets the better of her, making her reckless and stubborn. She possesses a mean and somewhat vindictive streak not shared by her sisters. She has, however, shown a softer side in several episodes. For example, in the episode "Cover Up", she had a soft green blanket that she was obsessed with that sh...

 
Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (2112 votes)

The Powerpuff Girls - Season Six

Actors: Tom Kane, Elizabeth Daily, Cathy Cavadini, Christine Cavanaugh, Tara Strong

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2003

Available Quality: DivX

A total of 79 half-hour broadcasts have been made, one of which has never been shown in the USA and one which aired during the 10th Anniversary special in 2009. Most broadcasts consist of two episodes, while others contain a single episode that spans the entire half hour. The show spanned six seasons. In addition, a self-titled feature film was released in 2002, and an hour-long Christmas special was released on DVD in 2003. One episode in production, "Deja View," was never finished. A special titled The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! aired during the 10th Anniversary special on Cartoon Network on January 19, 2009 (although it aired before in Europe...

 
Rating: 8 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season One

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2004

Available Quality: DivX

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an American animated television series created and produced at Cartoon Network Studios[1] by animator Craig McCracken, creator of The Powerpuff Girls. It first premiered on Cartoon Network on August 13, 2004, as a 90-minute television movie, which led to a series of half-hour episodes. The series aired on Cartoon Network and its affiliates worldwide, except in Canada where it has aired on English and Francophone Teletoon networks due to Canadian television ownership regulations. The show finished its run on May 3, 2009 with a total of 79 episodes.

 
Rating: 8 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season Two

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2005

Available Quality: DivX

In the Foster's universe, imaginary friends take physical form and become real as soon as children think them up. Once the children outgrow them, the friends move to Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, where they stay until other children come to adopt them. The home is run by the elderly Madame Foster, its founder; her friend Mr. Herriman, the business manager; and her granddaughter Frankie, who handles day-to-day operations.

 
Rating: 8 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season Three

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2006

Available Quality: DivX

Mac is an eight-year-old boy, whom his mother told that he needs to give up his friend Bloo, who hears about Foster's and thinks it will be a perfect place for him to stay. Bloo moves in with the lanky and one-armed Wilt, the scary-looking but cowardly Eduardo, and the bizarre bird/airplane/tree friend Coco. He is saddened to learn that staying at Foster's makes him eligible for adoption by another child, but eventually Madame Foster makes a special deal: as long as Mac visits every day, Bloo can live there and not be adopted.

 
Rating: 8 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season Four

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2007

Available Quality: DivX

In the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends universe, imaginary friends (or "friends" for short) become physical beings the instant a child imagines them; unlike how the concept often works on other shows, an imaginary friend takes physical and emotional form after a child creates specific details about that character. Unfortunately for them, the children eventually outgrow them around ages 7–8. When this happens, the friends are left to fend for themselves. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends was founded by the elderly Madame Foster to provide a foster home for abandoned imaginary friends.

 
Rating: 8 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season Five

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2008

Available Quality: DivX

There are (according to "Setting a President") 1,340 imaginary friends in Foster's Home; however, at the end of "Emancipation Complication", Madame Foster states that there are 2,038 imaginary friends currently residing in the house, plus Bloo and Mr. Herriman. The house motto is "Where good ideas are not forgotten".

 
Rating: 8.9 out of 10 (676 votes)

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Season Six

Actors: Grey DeLisle, Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette

Directors: Craig McCracken

Country: USA

Year: 2009

Available Quality: DivX

The inspiration came when McCracken and his wife, Lauren Faust, adopted a pair of dogs from an adoption shelter. McCracken wondered how things would be if there was a similar place for childhood imaginary friends.

 
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