|"Bye Bye Bad Luna"
|Season N/A, episode 30|
(Overall episode #N/A)
| United States of America April 22, 2019
|Viewer count (millions)
"Catboy Power Up"
"Bye Bye Bad Luna" is the thirtieth PJ Masks short.
Luna's moths refuse to answer her and follow her commands, so she turns to Owlette for advice.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Bye Bye Bad Luna":
- Luna Girl
The short opens up in the town, where Owlette is hanging around with Birdie. Suddenly, Luna Girl flies in from behind and greets her, saying that she wants to ask her a question. Owlette is both startled and confused at the villainess's gesture, but nevertheless accepts.
Luna Girl gestures to her moths and states that they won't do what she says. She exemplifies this when they don't come to her after she angrily commands them to do so. Owlette suggests that if Luna Girl wants her moths to do something, she should instead ask politely. Taking this into consideration, Luna Girl asks her moths to come to her, this time in a polite manner, although she does it hesitantly because she is used to being mean. To her surprise, though, the moths come towards her and fly around, happy of the way she asked the question. As they do that, Owlette also suggests to compliment them if they do something well. Luna Girl says to the moths that they did alright, and they happily crowd around her. Amazed at how much the nice gestures worked, Luna Girl promises to be nice from now on.
Owlette is pleased by Luna Girl's statement, until the villainess politely asks her moths to get her. She flies away as they chase her, and tries to shake them off using her Super Owl Feathers. Fortunately for her, the moths' pursuit for her doesn't last long. After Luna Girl angrily shouts out to her moths to get her, they stop chasing her and go after the villainess instead. Luna Girl flies away from them, while Owlette watches from behind.
- Be kind to others and ask them politely.
- Always speak nicely when talking to someone.
- Birdie makes her returning appearance in this short since "Owlette's Feathered Friend." Only this time, she is referred to as "little guy."