Man Up 2: Still Man-ing

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Man Up 2: Still Man-ing
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Premiere date: May 30, 2016
Run time: 10:55
Starring: Amanda Leighton
Kristen Li
Natalie Palamides
Tom Kenny
Maurice LaMarche
Writers: Jake Goldman
Jay Hasrajani
Leticia Abreu Silva
Storyboard artists: Jay Hasrajani
Leticia Abreu Silva
Andy Cung (revisionist)
Sofia Alexander
Anna Lencioni
Kurt Dumas (revisionist)
Directors: Nick Jennings
Bob Boyle
Julia "Fitzy" Fitzmaurice (supervising)
Jack Fletcher (voices)
Animation directors: Robert Alvarez
Brian Sheesley
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'"Man Up 2: Still Man-ing" is the eighteenth episode of The Powerpuff Girls season one. It aired on May 30, 2016 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Jake Goldman, Jay Hasrajani, and Leticia Abreu Silva, produced by Pernelle Hayes, and directed by series creators, Nick Jennings and Bob Boyle, and voice directed Jack Fletcher.

Manboy returns to suck up all the water from the beach to be used on his manly lawn. It's like something Hank Hill would do if he went off the deep end.

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In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Jeremy's girlfriend Amanda Leighton
Jeremy Natalie Palamides
Bubbles Utonium Kristen Li
Blossom Utonium Amanda Leighton
Buttercup Utonium Natalie Palamides
Duke-a-Cola mascot Tom Kenny
The Mayor Tom Kenny
Manboy Maurice LaMarche
Mr. Thomas Tom Kenny
British guy #2 Maurice LaMarche
British guy #3 N/A





  • Manboy's lawnmower



Haley Mancini was credited for additional writing.


It was copyrighted in 2016.


The theme song and music were composed by Mike Reagan, with the former having been written by Reagan and Bob Boyle. The opening and ending songs were performed by Tacocat. The end credits song was written by Tristan Sedillo and Hannah Watanabe-Rocco.


Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: May 30, 2016 on Cartoon Network

Behind the scenes

  • This is a sequel to "Man Up."
  • Duke-a-Cola is a parody of Coca-Cola.


  • In what world is it funny to show an old man flashing himself TWICE to five-year-old girls, whether it be unintentional or not, in a show made for children? I'm surprised Julia Vickerman didn't work on this episode.

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