Mime for a Change
|Mime for a Change|
|Premiere date:||February 3, 1999|
Dee Bradley Baker
|Music composed by:||Thomas Chase|
James L. Venable
|Writers:||Amy Keating Rogers|
|Directors:||Genndy Tartakovsky (also voices)|
|Animation directors:||Robert Alvarez|
James T. Walker
|Art directors:||Craig Kellman|
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"Mime for a Change" is the second part of episode eleven of The Powerpuff Girls season one, and the twenty-third episode overall. It aired on February 3, 1999 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Amy Keating Rogers and Zeke Kamm, and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky and series creator, Craig McCracken.
Narrator: Boy, oh, boy, your colorful life gonna be pretty black and white from now on, Rainbow. So, once again, the day is saved thanks to... the Powerpuff Girls! 🎵 Love love love la la love. 🎵 Hmmmm.
In order of appearance:
- Powerpuff Girls' band instruments
- School bus
It was copyrighted in 1998.
The main title theme and music were composed by Thomas Chase, Steve Rucker, and James L. Venable. The end title song was performed by Bis. The music was edited Glenwood Editorial. The two songs listed below were written by David Smith.
- "Rainbow's Theme Song" - Tom Kenny
- "Love Makes the World Go 'Round" - Tara Strong, E.G. Daily, Catherine Cavadini
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: February 3, 1999 on Cartoon Network
Behind the scenes
- The episode title is a pun on time for a change.
- When the bus driver screams, the kids on the left row, which includes the Powerpuff Girls, disappear.
- When Bubbles tells the girls to start coloring, the corner of Buttercup's left eye is sticking through her hair.
- George Jetson, from The Jetsons, has a cameo in the crowd after the song is finished.
In other languages
- In the United States:
- May 30, 2000: Warner Home Video releases The Powerpuff Girls: Monkey See, Doggie Do on VHS.
- November 7, 2000: Warner Home Video releases The Powerpuff Girls: Powerpuff Bluff on DVD.
- June 19, 2007: Warner Home Video releases The Powerpuff Girls: The Complete First Season on DVD.
- January 20, 2009: Warner Home Video releases The Powerpuff Girls: The Complete Series: 10th Anniversary Collection on DVD.
- In Japan:
- In Australia: