"Mission: PJ Seeker" is the second segment of the 16th Season 3 episode of PJ Masks.
Gekko is on the case when animals keep disappearing from the city.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Mission: PJ Seeker":
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- This episode teaches us to listen to someone carefully.
- This is the third appearance of the PJ Seeker.
- The cat's name is revealed to be Alley Cat.
- Video game sound effects such as Bally Midway/G.C.C's Ms. Pac-Man can be heard when the PJ Masks are driving the PJ Seeker.
- The Animal Totem's counterparts, the Animal Spirits, are referred by their names as Spirit Animals for the first time.
- They are also communicated by the PJ Masks to help them control Alley Cat, Lionel and an unnamed bird to free them from the moon bubbles from Motsuki.
- This is the third time that 2 villains and the PJ Masks fight free-for-all.
- This is the third time Luna Girl has tried to replace her moths.
- This is the twenty-ninth episode to start during nighttime.
- The previous twenty-eight are "Owlette and the Battling Headquarters", "Catboy Squared", "Owlette's Luna Trouble", "Ninja Moths", "Romeo's Disguise", "PJ Robot", "Moonbreaker", "Gekko Vs. the Splatcano", "Wolfy Mountain", "Romeo's Crystal Clear Plan", "Owlette Comes Clean", "Halloween Tricksters", "The Good Wolfy", "PJ Dylan", "Armadylan and Robette Rule", "Way of the Woofy", "Werejalinos", "PJ Comet", "Glowy Moths", "Lionel's Powers", "Pirates Ahoy!", "Storm of the Ninja", "Moth on the Moon", "Fly Me to the Moon", "Luna's Cosmic Tantrum", "Wheels of a Hero", "Moonwolfy" and "Take Romeo Off The Road".
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