Presidential Punchout

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Presidential Punchout
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Premiere date September 8, 2016
Run time 11:16
Starring Amanda Leighton
Kristen Li
Natalie Palamides
Tom Kenny
Haley Mancini
Joshua Black
Music composed by Mike Reagan
Writer(s) Haley Mancini
Jake Goldman
Julia Vickerman
Diego Molano
Storyboard artist(s) Julia Vickerman
Diego Milano
Director(s) Nick Jennings
Bob Boyle
Jack Fletcher (voices)
Animation director(s) Robert Alvarez
Richard Collado
Art director(s) Eusong Lee
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'"Presidential Punchout" is the twenty-third episode of The Powerpuff Girls season one. It aired on September 8, 2016 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Haley Mancini, Jake Goldman, Julia Vickerman, and Diego Molano, produced by Pernelle Hayes, directed by series creators, Nick Jennings and Bob Boyle, and voice directed by Jack Fletcher.

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes


Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Blossom Utonium Amanda Leighton
Bubbles Utonium Kristen Li
Buttercup Utonium Natalie Palamides
Bubbles's friend N/A
Barry Mackerbocker Natalie Palamides
Matt Manser Joshua Black
Teacher Tom Kenny
Princess Morbucks Haley Mancini
Tiger N/A
Musclewoman N/A
Dancer Guy Tom Kenny
Lunch lady N/A
Cowgirl Unavailable
Big Joey N/A




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It was copyrighted in 2016.


The theme song, "Who's Got the Power?," and the music were composed by Mike Reagan. The opening theme song was written by Reagan and Bob Boyle, and the end credits song was written by Tristan Sedillo and Hannah Watanabe-Rocco, with both songs being performed by Tacocat.

Crew credits


Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: September 8, 2016 on Cartoon Network

Behind the scenes

  • Blossom's campaign outfit is what she wore for her school photo outfit in "Bubbles of the Opera."
  • Blossom's line, "Do you smell what the Powerpuff Girls are cooking?" is a riff on the Rock (Dwayne Johnson)'s catchphrase, "Do you smell what the Rock is cooking?"


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