The Kawaiifier is episode 8b of season 1 of Kuu Kuu Harajuku. It originally aired on October 22, 2016.
HJ5 enter a contest to be on the cover of Baubles Magazine, but they accidently overload on kawaii.
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G is frantically searching for something new to wear for Super Kawaii Sunday. Baby asks what it is, which G explains that it's a celebration of fashion. It's mentioned that Eago, a fashion guru and photographer, comes to Kuu Kuu Choo Choo Station once a year to find the most kawaii outfit to put on the cover of Baubles Magazine. G mentions that style is the most important thing so the girls find the most adorable thing to wear. While at the mall, Love reads the article on the camera Eago will be using. It's called the Kawaii Meter Camera because it's able to measure and rate the amount of kawaii of a picture taken. G mentions it's more than accessorizing but about knowing when something is "in". She then rounds up the cutest, and most fashionable clothes for each girl. G is ready to rock!
Unfortunately for G, when she arrives at the event, she realize everyone in the city dressed up in kawaii outfits, lessening their chances of winning. Rudie reveals he's meeting Twisty T for lunch (which is nothing more than a glorified vehicle parking scheme). G sees Morgan and Macy walking through the event, which disappoints her saying "they're on their way to their sixth cover". The other girls proceed to have fun, playing a rythym game, and bouncing in a funhouse. G unsuccessfully attempts to get Eago's attention, but she notices the girls are having a lot more fun than she is. G decides to join the girls in having fun, which she mentions is more important than some magazine cover.
At the restaurant, Rudie manages to get the keys to Twisty T's hovercar, which he is warned not to scratch it. As the girls pursuit the robot, they jump in and "borrow" it. While inside the hovercar, they fly towards the robot, which continues to grow in size, and begins attacking HJ5. Love mentions if they don't stop it, it could take all the kawaii out of the city. G comes up with a plan.Chewie managed to get on the cover. Meanwhile, Rudie notices the hovercar start floating up in the air. When Twisty T, comes out of the restaurant, Rudie tosses him his keys and quickly runs away. The hovercar slams against the street, much to Twisty T's shock. He immediately becomes angry but Baby quickly shows him the magazine cover, which he finds is "super kawaii".
- Baby: (after her kawaii is returned) Yay! I'm gonna go hug someone!
- Kawaii Meter Camera: (to General Nofun) Hey there. I am a Kawaii Meter Camera. And you, sir, are the least kawaii person I have ever seen.
- Twisty T : (after seeing the magazine cover with Chewie on it) Oh, super kawaii.
- Morgan and Macy were revealed to be on Baubles Magazine a total of 5 times.
- The game Angel and Music play while attending Super Kawaii Sunday is similar to Dance Dance Revolution.
- The scene where the monsterous camera latches on to the large skyscraper and the girls fly towards it in the hovercar is similar to King Kong.
- Angel makes a reference to Adventures in Housesitting when she mentioned they destroyed Twisty T's mansion.
- Angel asks "who is that?" when she sees Morgan and Macy on the back cover of Baubles magazine, but she should already know who it is from the events that took place in Totally Teen Genie.
- This is the second episode where the girls destroy Twisty T's property.
Totally Teen Genie • Angel's Flight • Music Baby • Wanted Audience • Game Over • Phony Ponies • Hello Puppy • G, This Is Awfully Deep • Baby's Birthday • Labor Of Love • Bad Boy and Little Girl • Yummy Bear Nado • Drums of Doom • Adventures in Housesitting • The Kawaiifier • Super Kawaii Sunday • Delectabubbles • Kablooey Chewie • Water Baby • Music Zoo • The Dotted Line • Life is But a Dream • Oh, G • Greenhouse • Control Plus Alt Plus Dimension • Angel Hair • Inside Job • Sea Monkeying Around • Trust Your Inner Uniphant • Starr Power • Zero G • Angel Food • Happy Slam • Retro Fiasco • HJ10 • Wave of Love • Sand and Deliver • Moods Meow • Yeti in the House • The Young and the Reckless • Brodie on Board • Womzilla • Emotizoms • The Big Time • Un-Bear-able • Snowy the Frostman • Kawaii Cake Mix Up • Angel Fever • Candy Blossom Flower Festivel • Princess Power • Hark! A Quarkle! • The Ends of the Earth
Training Day • Multi Tasking • Hot Rod • Over and Out • Stage Magic • The Sixth Wheel • Trash Talk • ITeeth • Spies Like Spyke • The Fabulous Baron von Melody • Game Show Offs • Monster Mash • You Are What You Eat • Supersonic HJ5 • Tizzie Lizzie • Caught in the Web • 57 Channels (and Nothin' On) • Getting Kinda Late with Mauve Madison • Ladybug Power • Wrestle Pop • Angel Changel • Coulda Been • Catnapped • Roundabout Round Up • Meerkatz • Pandamonium • Kawaii Fidelity • Rocky Road • This Place Is a Zoo • Wacky Wednesday • Dream Escape • The Kimberlys • Cecil G. DeMille • Sky High Kawaii • And The Winner Is • The Trouble with Trilbys • Studio No-No • The Gig is Up
Kawaii to the World Tour • Minds Games • Bye Bye Baby • Super Awesome Galacto Rudie • Family Affair • It's All About Mimi, Me • Monkey Business • Southern Sparkles • Monster Pets on the Bus • Kawaii-Saurs • Oh, Boya • Rudie's Law • The High C • Aller G • Groovy Beach Goes Bonkers • Smart Phone • Hotel Kawaii-fornia • Boo Boo Harajuku • Future Tense • Pamperlona • My Way or the Kawaii Way • Tinselfest • Planet of the Rudies • Fan Fun Day • Happy 100th • The Sweet Life • The Show Must Go On? • Lights! Camera! HJ5! • Marshmallow Madness • Social Media • That's So Five Minutes Ago • Messy Magic • Lather, Rinse, Repeat • Sing Thing • Baby Rudie • Rock Your Socks • What's In A Name? • Joy Ride • The Faboulous Baron Von Rudie • Mappy Birthday Music • Hologrammed • Good Old ROD