this is a great show for boys and girls, the girls are good role models (even when they do something bad, they end up learning their lessons) the violence is kept to a standard, except in the opening credits when one of the girls kicks a villain in the face and blood (not that much) is shown, but other than that, it is rarely ever graphic. Though, there are some hidden inneundos, but kids won't reconize them. SO CSM, YOU PUT AN IFFY 7 ON THE POWERPUFF GIRLS BUT AN IFFY 15 ON SOUTH PARK?! THIS CSM REVIEW IS JUST OVERREACTING!!!! I agree with Amanda Please's review, I'm a goody-two-shoes too, I play by the rules, I do what adults tell me, I can't even image myself commiting underage drinking, I dream of working for Cartoon Network and going to college, I would rather die than be a bully, I am studious with good grades, so i'm pretty sure i'm good in the case that I watch a show with "extreme violence" and full of "scary" and "brutal" episodes. Oh, about the explore, discuss, enjoy part of the review: WHAT ARE THE GIRLS SUPPOSED TO DO?! THEY'RE SUPERHEROS, NOT COUNSELORS!! (although, they did try a somewhat similair way to defeat a villian in the rowdyruff boys episode) So CSM, if you think PPG is bad and harmful, you obivously don't know squat about today's teens (and I even know a SECOND GRADER who says the f word and First graders who say "oh my g-d" so I think you owe parents and Cartoon Network an apology for such overreacting. Besides, this was in the time when Cartoon Network was actually worth watching with cartoons today so weird. The only thing I find that could be a warning to kids is the villain HIM (man, he is creepy).