Catboy is walking around the museum, saying that when being a superhero, it is important to use every skill instead of just one to save the day. Just then, he sees Gekko practicing his Super Gekko Muscles on his Gekko-mobile and asks him if he could practice his Super Gekko Camouflage instead for the night. Gekko does not want to, however, saying that he already has super strength. Catboy agrees to the fact that Gekko is super strong, but goes on to explain that he has more skills than just being strong. Gekko agrees with that statement, and starts to list all the skills that he has, though they are all in reference to his super strength, which Catboy is not pleased at.
Meanwhile, Romeo and Robot are hiding behind the museum. Romeo is looking at the Incredible Kid Cup poster, and is planning to steal the trophy to engrave the saying: "Romeo, Villain of the Year." In order to steal it, Robot places the Strength Booster invention on Romeo and presses the button to turn it on. This will allow Romeo to gain super strength, so that no one will be able to stop him.
As Romeo runs to the front of the museum, Gekko overhears his plan and decides to stop him using his Super Gekko Muscles. However, when he comes up to Romeo, Romeo flicks him, and Gekko is knocked back by the strength of the flick. After standing up again, he is surprised to see Romeo having super strength just like his. Soon enough, Romeo easily opens the doors to the museum and grabs the trophy, much to Gekko's confusion and dismay.
Rewinding back to when Romeo is attempting to open the doors, Gekko states to the viewers that he can use another one of his skills instead of his Super Gekko Muscles to stop Romeo. With that, he uses his Super Gekko Camouflage to sneak up behind Romeo. Once behind him, Gekko presses the button on the invention to turn it off, and Romeo loses his super strength. Romeo is confused of what is happening to his strength, until Gekko appears, saying to him that he did not have to be strong to defeat him. Annoyed by this, Romeo walks away, saying that he will get him for this.
Gekko restates the lesson that it is always good to practice all skills. Speaking of which, he thinks of another skill that he is good at, which is singing, and proceeds to sing badly, ending the short.
This short teaches that you should practice more skills instead of sticking to just one.