Get Back Jojo
|Get Back Jojo|
|Premiere date:||May 4, 2001|
Roger L. Jackson
|Music composed by:||James L. Venable|
|Storyboard artists:||Kevin Kaliher|
Collette Sunderman (voices)
|Art directors:||Don Shank|
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"Get Back Mojo" is the second episode of The Powerpuff Girls season four, and the seventy-sixth overall. It aired on May 4, 2001 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Cindy and Clay Morrow, directed by Randy Myers and series creator Craig McCracken, and voice directed by Collette Sunderman.
Mojo travels back in time to 1959 to prevent a little Utonium from conceiving the idea to create the Powerpuff Girls.
Ms. Keane: The city of Townsville is a place where you can be anything you want to be. And that's what we'll be learning about today on Career Day.
Narrator: So, once again, the days are saved, thanks to the Powerpuff Girls. But the credit should go to none other than Mojo Jojo, who once again had a hand in helping create the Powerpuff Girls.
In order of appearance:
- Powerpuff Girls
- Townsville Police Department
- Townsville Tribune (mentioned)
- Townsville Department of Education (mentioned)
- Mars (mentioned)
- Time Portal
- Townsville Tribune newspaper
It was copyrighted in 2001.
- Supervising producer: Genndy Tartakovsky
- Associate producer: Vincent Aniceto
- Production coordinators: Shareena Carlson, Dayla Corcoran, Nancy Goree, Tammy List
- Head writer: Amy Keating Rogers
- Models: Andrew Bialk, Carey Yost
- Clean-up: Barbara Krueger, Robert Lacko
- Layout keys: Fred Gardner
- Background color: Martin Ansolabehere, Sue Mondt
- Casting director: Collette Sunderman
- Supervising recording engineer: Ed Collins
- Recording engineer: Jeff O. Collins
- Color stylist: Roger Webb
- Final checker: Nelda Ridley
- Animation checker: Sandra Benenati
- Track reader: James Garifi
- Overseas production facility: Rough Draft Studios
- Supervising film editor: Paul Douglas
- Dialogue editor: James Hearn
- Negative cutter: William DeBoer, Jr.
- Telecine/Online facility: Matchframe Video
- Telecine operator: Rick Taylor
- Online operator: Craig Price
- Sound editor: Twenty-First Century Entertainment
- Post production sound services: Pacifica Digital
- Supervising re-recording mixer: Timothy J. Borquez
- Re-recording mixer: Eric Freeman
- Post production coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
- Talent coordinator: Sharra Gage
- Production assistants: Linda Moore, Ian Wasseluk
- Production accountant: Joanne Halcon
- Supervising producer for Cartoon Network Studios: Brian A. Miller
- Director of production for Cartoon Network Studios: Jennifer Pelphrey
- Executives in charge of production at Cartoon Network: Mike Lazzo, Linda Simensky
- Executive producer: Craig McCracken
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: May 4, 2001 on Cartoon Network
Behind the scenes
- The episode title is a reference to the line "Get Back Jojo" in The Beatles' 1969 song, "Get Back."
- Ms. Kean narrates the opening instead of the Narrator.
- One of the parents resembles George Jetson from the TV series The Jetsons.
- When Professor Utonium first activates the Time Portal for the 16th century, it has written on top of the screen, "Time Portal 2000 © Porta."
- The Mayor has been in charge since at least 1959.
- The first time Mojo helped in creating the Powerpuff Girls was revealed in "Mr. Mojo's Rising," when he was a regular monkey who was the one who knocked Professor Utonium into the Chemical X to begin with.
- The end credits refer to the younger Utonium as "Little Utonium."
- It's unclear what happened to Mary or what she was wearing after Mojo stole her clothes.
- The young Utonium may not have seen the girls clearly, but he saw Mojo clearly. It's possible that he blocked that out or the adult Utonium didn't make the connection between Jojo and Mojo when the Professor adopted him.
In other languages
- In Japan
- In the United States:
- In Australia: