"Catboy and Gekko's Robot Rampage" (also known as "Yoyo, Gluglu et le robot Dingo" in French) is the first half of the 14th episode in Season 1 of PJ Masks.
Romeo creates a new robot named Robette, and as a result, Robot begins to feel left out. Later, after Owlette accidentally crashes into Robette while showing Catboy and Gekko that she should be Flossy Flash for their game (much to the dismay of the boys), she decides to take over the world because of a loose screw caused by Owlette despite Romeo's plans. It's up to them to stop her, and to save Romeo!
The following characters appeared in the episode "Catboy and Gekko's Robot Rampage":
The episode begins as Connor, Amaya, and Greg walk over to the playground. After watching Master Fang’s show last night, Connor and Greg decide to play Master Fang and Kick McGee. Amaya asks to join in their game as Flossy Flash, but the boys decline, saying that it would not make sense since she is from another show. Greg suggests she play their dog sidekick, Sloppy, when Connor notices that the playground equipment is missing.
That night, the PJ Masks check the PJ Picture Player and see that Robot has the playground equipment. Heading into town in the Cat-Car, they encounter Romeo with a newly created smaller version of Robot. Romeo introduces the team to Robette, who has a friendly personality and is going to assist him with his villain plans. As for Robot, he explains that he is probably not functioning properly, as he is not doing what he says. He directs their attention to him on the street using the playground equipment to create a new robot friend.
Catboy and Gekko, pretending to be Master Fang and Kick McGee, confront Robot, but he runs away. Owlette offers to fly up the buildings and track him down, but they claim that there is no need as they are always ready for anything. They go after Robot, only for him to stop them by throwing trash cans at them. He jumps off as Owlette catches up to the boys as they recover. Informing that he is heading for the park, they take off, and Romeo moves Robette out of their way, saying that he has not worked out all of her bugs. She dysfunctions for a little bit when he accidentally hits her, but she recovers, and the two take off as well.
The PJ Masks arrive at the park and spot Robot continuing to build his new friend. Continuing their Master Fang and Kick McGee game, Catboy and Gekko tell Owlette to stay behind while they work together. They confront Robot again, who refuses to give back the equipment. They attempt to attack him, but they bump into each other instead. Owlette checks if they are alright and asks if she can work with them as Flossy Flash, but the boys turn her character down since they believe she does not fit well in the game. They suggest for Owlette to play Sloppy, much to her disapproval.
Romeo suddenly arrives and demands Robot to listen to him. At the same time, Catboy and Gekko prepare to attack him again as they demand him to give back the playground equipment. After Owlette is assumed to play the role of Sloppy again, she gets annoyed and decides to play as Flossy Flash and take on Robot herself. However, her confrontation with him results in her crashing into Robette. She short-circuits for a moment, and when she recovers, she decides to take over the world, much to everyone’s surprise. She grabs Romeo, and she runs out of the park.
Owlette remembers what Romeo said about Robette’s bugs. After hitting her, her circuits got scrambled, and her personality has now changed. She apologizes for causing this problem, and Catboy and Gekko apologize for letting this happen, all because they did not include her while they were both Master Fang and Kick McGee. They offer her to join their team as Flossy Flash, and she accepts. They then see Robot, and are confused that he is going to save Romeo. He reveals that the reason why he took the playground equipment was because he was jealous of Romeo spending all his time with Robette. Since Owlette has a plan, the PJ Masks offer to help him if he promises to return the equipment, and he accepts.
Robette goes on a zapping rampage around the town with Romeo in her hands. When she turns on another street, she sees Catboy and Gekko surrounding her and attempts to zap them. They dodge her laser beams, though, so she throws Romeo up in the air. Owlette catches him, and when Robette tries to escape, Robot jumps out in front of her. She bumps into him, blacks out for a few seconds, and she turns back on and resumes her normal behavior.
Romeo and Robot reunite and hug each other, happy that they are talking to each other again. Robette asks for a hug as well, to which Romeo cautiously accepts after he completely reprograms her. Before they can go home to do that, though, Robot intends to return the playground equipment. Romeo, Robot, and Robette go back to the park, and the PJ Masks proclaim their signature victory phrase.
The next day, all the equipment is returned to the playground. Connor and Greg comment Amaya on a good job during the mission and are happy that she did not have to play Sloppy the dog sidekick. Since that is the case, the two boys playfully argue who gets to play him and compete on who acts better as a dog. Amaya laughs as she watches in amusement, and the episode ends.
You should let other people play with you if they want to (if someone wants to join your group, let them join).
Don't exclude others.
This episode marks the first appearance of Robette.
This episode was previously referred to as "Catboy, Gekko & the Robot Rampage".
A reference to Nintendo's Donkey Kong game was made when Catboy and Gekko jumped over some barrels.
Also, a remix of Namco's Galaga captured fighter music can be heard in the same scene.
When Robette was flipping cars on the street, it is estimated that it possibly caused thousands of dollars worth of damage.
Catboy and Gekko are the primary focus of the episode for the first time.
At the start of the episode, Connor and Greg, while playing Master Fang and Kick McGee, are against Amaya joining their game as Flossy Flash since she is from another show. This implies that, like Connor, Greg also has less appreciation towards Flossy Flash.