Play Piano Song

A friend sent this to me and I thought it worth sharing (thanks Karyn)

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But, like most distractions, this reminded me of something else.

Townsville’s cutest cops curb a brutish invasion by a new breed of mop tops in Meet the Beat-Alls, a Powerpuff caper so packed with sly Beatles references it could sink a yellow submarine. Forget the under-15-minute running time–here, Bubbles, Buttercup, and Blossom face the longest and windingest road of their crime-fighting careers, as Mojo Jojo, Him, Princess, and Fuzzy Lumpkins band together to become the Beat-Alls–the Bad Four–a collective that soars to the pole position on the most-wanted charts, sending girls screaming. When the police cry out for help–they need somebody–the girls gather their gumption and go forward with a plan to break up the Beat-Alls: They enlist Moko, a white-costumed monkey with seductive Asian flair, to pose as a performance criminal. Fellow simian Mojo Jojo, who thought he was a loner, goes bananas; soon the other Beat-Alls beat it and the girls bust in and break the news that Mojo’s going nowhere, man. All that spoofing doesn’t sap the Powerpuffs of their superheroine steam: In “Bought & Scold” they square off against Princess, whose daddy throws down the cash to crown her mayor; in “Bubblevision” they’re a sight for sore eyes, even though one of them looks dorky in her new glasses, as a giant ant rips through town; “Jewel of the Aisle” finds them firing away at a gem thief posing as cereal hero Lucky Captain Rabbit King; and demented lout Lenny’s plan to possess the Powerpuffs comes crashing down in “Collect Her.” If you’re old enough to get the gags, allow the title episode to edge out other potential Powerpuff purchases, it’s that clever. Otherwise, whatever propels you, rest assured that not one of these episodes will let you down or leave you flat. For children ages 7 and up. –Tammy La Gorce

Some day monkey won’t play piano song, play piano songThe Powerpuff Girls: Meet the Beat-Alls

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