The Powerpuff Mall is a fictional mall in Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Consumer goods found there mostly have to do with beauty items, electronics, dolls, child apparel, clothing, DVDs, exercise equipment, and liquefied meat. In the episode, "Rabbot", it was ravaged by the Rabbot (a giant robotic rabbit) who stole hair-growth formula and started to spray it on random things in town, including Master Shake. In the episode, "Mayhem of the Mooninites", it was revisited by Meatwad and the Mooninites. They made Meatwad rob an electronics store, but it was only Meatwad who got arrested for trying to steal a DVD rack and falling into the security scanners, while the Mooninites got away. Later in "Dumber Dolls", Frylock and Meatwad visited another store, Hot Diggity Doll, to buy a new doll for Meatwad. In "Super Spore", Travis of the Cosmos tries to get a job here. During half of Robositter , Master Shake and Frylock got a (short-lived) job at another store, this time a food kiosk, Slurp-a-Lunch. It was also mentioned in Love Mummy , where Frylock took Love Mummy to the mall (unseen), and in Ezekial, where Frylock said that when Ezekial grows up, he can get a job as a security guard at the mall.
Slurp-a-Lunch is a food kiosk at the Powerpuff Mall, located between the Style Pit and an un-named electronics store. The odd thing about the kiosk is it's not near the food court section of the mall. In Robositter, Frylock and Master Shake get temporary jobs here. All Shake did was complain about the store's strange concept of liquefied meat, which is what they sell. Robositter was killed in the liquifier after disobeying Frylock's orders.
The following characters have worked at Slurp-a-Lunch:
- Frylock (assistant manager)
- Master Shake (cashier)
- Ken (regional manager)
Hot Diggity DollEdit
In Dumber Dolls, Frylock takes Meatwad to Hot Diggity Doll to buy him a new doll. Meatwad initially wants Jiggle Billy ($149.95), but Frylock forces him to buy the much cheaper Happy Time Harry ($3.99).
- Style Pit (clothing store)
- TechnoHut (electronics store)
- Unnamed child apparel store
- Unnamed video arcade.
- The name and image of the mall are based on and referenced to an old Cartoon Network show called The Powerpuff Girls.
- After "Dumber Dolls", the second f in Powerpuff on the sign fell off for the rest of the show.
- Every time we see the mall, there is music playing in the background.
- In Mayhem of the Mooninites, the song playing was from the first episode.
- In Dumber Dolls, the song playing is an instrumental version of the 1967 hit, Sunday Will Never Be the Same.
- In Robositter, the song playing in each scene of the mall was an extended version of the song that played in "Super Spore".
- In Grim Reaper Gutters, the song that played was last heard in Dumber Dolls.
- The mall may have been renovated. In "Last Dance for Napkin Lad", the mall looks completely different.