The PJ Masks are chasing Romeo around town. As they are catching up to him, Romeo finds some trash cans and kicks them towards the team, setting them back. He proclaims that he will get them next time and drives away in his laboratory. The PJ Masks are satisfied, though, since Romeo has been defeated again. They soon cut their victory short, however, as they see the trash scattered below them and wonder who is going to clean up the mess. Catboy refuses to clean up, stating that "he's not some kind of alley cat," and that sometimes, when being a hero, it's not recommended to do the hard jobs. Owlette and Gekko also refuse to clean up, with Gekko saying that some of the trash has slimy bits. As the PJ Masks argue on who is going to clean up, Romeo sneaks up at a close distance behind them and uses his Multiplying Machine to multiply one of the banana peels behind them. Finally fed up, the PJ Masks decide to leave the mess, and soon enough, they slip on the multiplied banana peels and fall to the ground.
Rewinding back before the banana peel is multiplied by Romeo's invention, Gekko states to the viewers that any job, no matter how hard it may be to do, must be done. Therefore, the PJ Masks decide to clean up the trash together. Meanwhile, Romeo is behind them at the same distance. He gets ready to fire his Multiplying Machine, until Catboy's Super Cat Ears trace the noise back to him. Finished with cleaning up the trash, the PJ Masks now focus their attention on Romeo. Owlette uses her Owl Wing Wind to blow Romeo's invention away from him. Catboy uses his Super Cat Speed to catch the invention, climb up the light pole, and jump into the air. Gekko uses his Super Gekko Muscles to throw one of the trash cans to Catboy. Catboy then hits the trash can towards Romeo and uses his invention to multiply the trash cans. The multiplied trash cans soon land around Romeo, trapping him. He complains briefly of his trap.
The PJ Masks give high-fives to each other, realizing that the hard jobs are not as difficult as they thought they were. They soon share a smile to the viewers, and the short ends.
It's not good to let tasks such as cleaning up remain unfinished.
In this short, Romeo uses his Multiplying Machine invention from "Catboy Squared."