"Fly Me To The Moon" (also known as "Gluglu veut décrocher la lune" in French) is the second segment of the 12th Season 3 episode of PJ Masks.
Gekko has no choice but to confiscate Luna Girl and Motsuki's powers.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Fly Me To The Moon":
The episode begins with Motsuki admiring her power crystal. Luna Girl demands her to take her to the moon, then resorts to asking her nicely. Motsuki responds that she will tomorrow night if she can collect the things she needs. The next day, the class is preparing to go on a school camping trip when the teacher announces that all the camping equipment is missing, as well as everyone’s food. The PJ Picture Player that night reveals that Luna Girl and Motsuki are the ones responsible, the latter refusing to take the former to the moon.
The PJ Masks arrive at the girls’ location to take back everyone’s stuff. Motsuki demands Luna Girl that if she wants her to take her to the moon, then she needs to get her more stuff. One of the things is a pet to play with. As for the moths, she commands them to make her laugh by making a mess around the town. Owlette is about to go after the moths herself, but they split up, so Catboy goes with her while Gekko returns the stolen stuff to everyone, much to his disappointment.
As Gekko returns his plant to his house, he catches Luna Girl in his room stealing Lionel for Motsuki’s pet. Luna Girl confirms as it was Motsuki who made her do it and complains how she always makes her do the lousy jobs. Seeing Catboy and Owlette chasing the moths outside while hearing Gekko explain that he’s returning everyone’s stuff, she comments how she’s not the only one stuck with the bad jobs. He argues that this is all part of being a hero and tells her to put Lionel back.
Luna Girl thinks of an idea. Using one of the morales of being a hero to her advantage, she tricks Gekko into helping her stop Motsuki, claiming that she can’t refuse what she tells her to do because she has plans that involve her power crystal. To do that, he needs to camouflage himself so he can go up to her and drain her power into her Luna Magnet. However, he has another idea because she will see it coming towards her.
Luna Girl meets Motsuki in the Gekko-mobile with a camouflaged Gekko inside. While she distracts her, he sucks the power out of her crystal and into the Luna Magnet. However, he realizes too late that he was tricked; not only did it cause Motsuki to become weaker, it caused the magnet to become super-charged. Luna Girl takes it from him and flies off with a weak Motsuki flying behind. Catboy and Owlette meet up with Gekko, tired from chasing the moths, and ask how he’s doing returning everyone’s stuff, to which he claims that he’s doing alright.
Gekko runs off to find Luna Girl briefly carrying the museum to test out her magnet’s strength. Motsuki tells him that everything will be alright if he can return her power to her crystal. He complies; using his Super Gekko Camouflage, he climbs up to grab Luna Girl’s magnet as she tries to control it. Unfortunately, Motsuki quickly grabs it from him and transfers all of its power to her crystal. She zaps Catboy and Owlette, who have caught up to see what’s happening, although Gekko catches them; she then takes off to cause chaos.
Back at headquarters, Gekko takes fault for what’s happening. He thought that returning everyone’s belongings was a bad job, but now realizes he was wrong. He gets an idea on how to stop Motsuki; he remembers the time when PJ Robot got some crystal power. Therefore, if everyone can get her close enough to his power connecters, he could touch her crystal and transfer its power into his battery.
The team and Luna Girl use flashlights to lure the moths to HQ’s Owl Beams. Gekko grabs Motsuki’s attention and has her chase him to the structure, then grabs her. Despite the others telling him to let her go since she is too powerful, he uses as much power as he can to hold her down, intent on completing his job. PJ Robot, who is hiding by the bridge, comes out and drains the power from Motsuki’s crystal. The group protects him from her before she can go after him. However, the excess amount of crystal power causes him to overload.
To fix this, Catboy and Owlette pull PJ Robot towards Luna Girl and Motsuki so he can give an equal amount of crystal power to their Luna Magnet and power crystal, respectively. Everything settles down, and he is unharmed, though the girls complain that they want more power, which the PJ Masks refuse to do. They leave as they continue fighting over who deserves more power. The team commends Gekko and PJ Robot on a job well done, the former now knowing that no matter what the job is, it should always be done.
- A job should always be done, no matter what it is.
- Everyone gets what’s theirs.
- The episode’s title shares the popular Frank Sinatra song of the same name.
- In one scene, Luna Girl is seen in Gekko's actual room. So far, this is the second instance in which a villain is seen in a PJ Mask member's real house.
- Luna Girl becomes the third villain to drive the Gekko-mobile.
- When Gekko asks PJ Robot if he remembers when he got some crystal power, he's referring to "Romeo's Crystal Clear Plan." Scenes of the episode were also shown in the PJ Picture Player.