Whimsical Willy is a one-time villain from the Cartoon Network animated series The Powerpuff Girls, only appearing in the episode "Neighbor Hood".
He was voiced by Tom Kenny.
The children of Pokey Oaks kindergarten rushed home to catch the new episode of "The Wondrous World of Whimsical Willy", a children's TV show that was all the rage. Bubbles watched the show from her house, and so did many other kids, as well as The Mayor. The episode started off innocently enough, with Whimsical Willy, just showing his audience a bunch of random objects, such as happy face and sad face masks. Whimsical Willy went to Daydream Lane to see his friends, Maid Mary, Kitty the Elephant, and Duke Monday.
Just then, Dynamite Dog ran in and warned Whimsical Willy about an evil cloud of darkness, that was engulfing Daydream Lane. Whimsical Willy told the kids watching that only they had the ability to save them from the evil cloud of darkness. Whimsical Willy told the kids that if they sent them enough "Happy Paper", then they would be able to shoo the darkness cloud away. Whimsical Willy showed everybody an address, for them to send the happy paper to.
Kids all over Townsville believed this, and they gathered together a bunch of money and sent it to the address. Bubbles broke into the bank and stole all of the money in Townsville and brought it straight to Whimiscal Willy.
Blossom and Buttercup saw Bubbles on TV, and learned about what just happened. They went to the set of the show, to prove to Bubbles that everything was fake and revealed to her that Whimsical Willy was nothing but a lying, thieving, con artist. Bubbles was heartbroken, to hear about her idol being a liar. She furiously kicked his butt, and knocked him out cold with a happy face mask, sending him straight to jail. In prison, Whimsical Willy was soon beaten senseless, by his former minions, as they also had to get sent to jail.
- Miss Happy Flower
- Maid Mary
- Kitty the Elephant
- Duke Monday
- Dynamite Dog
- Crazy Horse
- Sadness Cloud
- Whimsical Willy and his scheme is a reference to a real-life incident, that occurred on New Year's Day of 1965, where an episode of The Soupy Sales Show, had a message to children, telling them to steal "green pieces of paper with pictures of guys with beards on it" from their parents and send it to a specific address, which was the address of show runner, Milton Supman. Sure enough, many children actually followed these instructions, and Supman raked in a rough total of $80,000 off of this scam.