When Mojo agrees to do some community service in place of jail time by teaching at the Townsville Community College, he teaches his lengthy speeches to the people of Townsville, putting the city at a total standstill unless the girls can find someone with simple English to end the long-winding conversations.
Why It Isn't a Community
To get the elephant out of the room, why would you put a villain as a teacher in a community college after committing a crime?
Speaking of which, the lengthy conversations the people start are very annoying and hard to understand, especially for people who have short attention spans. They might as well serve as filler due to how long they go on for.
The girls don't show up until 5-6 minutes of the episode, not helping the fact that the people were speaking in lengthy conversations as mentioned above.
Townsville's standstill of cars looks very disorganized and unsafe.
We never see or have Mojo Jojo explain the crime he committed - we just see him in the courthouse and then agree to do community service.
The Only Redeeming Quality
The ending was a satisfying solution with the Talking Dog teaching the college class Simple English, while Mojo Jojo is tied up in a room with puppies on the security cameras, therefore, getting his comeuppance.