"Owlette's Luna Trouble" (also known as "Bibou et l'éclipse lunaire" in French) is the second segment of the 4th Season 2 episode of PJ Masks.
Owlette must put aside her jealous feelings to help Luna Girl get her Luna Board and magnet back from Romeo.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Owlette's Luna Trouble":
The episode begins with Night Ninja making his escape. As the PJ Masks head home, Owlette shares some information about the moon. Luna Girl comes in and mocks her knowledge about it, then almost causes the team to crash when she has the moths briefly block their view. Owlette claims she knows a bunch of moon facts and explains there is going to be an eclipse tomorrow night, which concerns Luna Girl.
The next day, Amaya explains what an eclipse is as she prepares her telescope. The moths fly in for a moment and take a look at the information on the subject matter in her book. That night, the PJ Picture Player shows the eclipse starting and Luna Girl flying erratically. The team takes off in the Owl-Glider, where Owlette reveals, though Luna Girl cuts her off midway, that she loses her powers during the event.
Luna Girl sent her moths earlier as a message for help. Not only are both her Luna Board and Luna Magnet losing power, Romeo is planning to steal them before the eclipse ends; once their powers return, he is going to use them for his new plan. Owlette agrees that the team will help Luna Girl out, though she is annoyed by her insults and attitude towards her.
Robot appears in front and tries to catch Luna Girl. While the moths grab her Luna Board, she holds on to her Luna Magnet as Owlette catches her and dodges Robot’s arms. Owlette hides in the clouds so Romeo would not spot the group, then lands on top of a building when the coast is clear. Much to her growing anger, though, Luna Girl is not impressed, believing that she should have flown Owlette’s vehicle instead after everyone was sent spinning around during their escape.
Nevertheless, Owlette is confident that Romeo’s plan called “Project Moon Crunch” won’t happen since they lost him. However, Robot climbs up the building the group is on; Romeo reveals that he pretended to lose them so he can track where they are using his Tracker Device. Catboy and Gekko jump on top of Robot to prevent him from scaling any further. Owlette is about to join in when she sees Luna Girl in the driver’s seat of her vehicle. She flies off and picks up the boys before Robot falls down.
Owlette catches up with the group and follows them when Luna Girl denies her access to her vehicle. Catboy and Gekko remind the girls that they have to stop Romeo, so they need to stop fighting. Catboy tells Luna Girl not to annoy Owlette so much, and Gekko tells Owlette to take note that being a hero means dealing with difficult people and situations. The girls comply and formulate a plan.
Owlette and Luna Girl agree that they should stop running away from Romeo and confront him instead. They mention finding him first, but they argue about which locator is the best method to use. Owlette’s Owl Eyes spot Romeo by the school; Luna Girl’s moths spot him by the town square. As the group lands at the location where Luna Girl saw him, the girls fight over the controls. When everyone climbs out, though, there are two of Romeo's Labs driving by.
Romeo and Robot arrive at the scene; the cause of the confusion was because of Romeo’s Hologram Machine. Robot distracts the group with Owlette and Luna Girl continuing to argue. Romeo sneaks up behind the moths and takes the Luna Board and Magnet away from them. He installs the objects on his lab as their powers are returned when the eclipse ends. Now with the moon’s power under Romeo’s control, he and Robot fly off and take the Owl-Glider with them so the group won’t follow.
Owlette realizes that this was her fault because she didn’t know she was falling into a trap. Luna Girl apologizes for annoying her so much, though Owlette states that she worked up herself. The group runs back to HQ where Romeo and Robot are located; Romeo’s “Project Moon Crunch” plan is to slowly bring over the moon and have it crush the structure. Owlette becomes determined to not let this happen, and states that everyone is working together now.
The boys run inside HQ and shine Owl Beams towards Robot while Owlette pushes him into the moat using her Super Owl Wings. She and Luna Girl board the Owl-Glider and avoid Romeo’s lasers from the Luna Magnet. The girls jump down to the lab where Luna Girl orders a tickle attack from her moths to cover Romeo. They begin to fight over how to remove Luna Girl’s gadgets until Catboy fires a furball at the lab. The objects are knocked off, and the moon returns to its proper position.
Romeo attempts to retaliate, only for his lab to malfunction and drive into the moat. Romeo and Robot row away defeated as Luna Girl retrieves her Luna Board and Luna Magnet. Despite Luna Girl mentioning that they shouldn’t get used to it, Owlette and Luna Girl compliment each other about how they’re not so bad being a hero and a villain, respectively. With her powers back, Luna Girl flies off while the PJ Masks proclaim their signature victory phrase.
The next day, Amaya shows Connor and Greg her telescope, which can now see everything closer than before. Thanks to the luna moon dust, next time there’s an eclipse, she’ll have the best view ever, as long as the events from last night don’t happen again.
- You must put your jealousy aside to help people (don't be jealous).
- Arguing and fighting will only make things worse.
- This is the first episode that three nighttime villains appear.
- This is the second time an episode starts with a villain.
- The first episode to begin with this circumstance was "Catboy Squared."
- This isn't the first time Luna Girl and Romeo are at odds with each other; in the short "Owl Eyes," Romeo trapped Luna Girl and some Ninjalinos in the school, and in "Gekko and the Mighty Moon Problem," Luna Girl helped the PJ Masks to stop Romeo's plan.
- Luna Girl becomes the first villain to narrate a title of an episode.
- This is the first time Night Ninja is seen without his Ninjalinos.
- Luna Girl becomes the second villain to drive the Owl-Glider.
- This is the second time Luna Girl worked with the PJ Masks to stop Romeo.
- The first time Luna Girl worked with the PJ Masks was in "Gekko and the Mighty Moon Problem."
- Romeo introduces the Tracker Device and Hologram Machine in one remote. The remote also can control Romeo's Lab.
- This episode reveals that Robot can now move and/or swim underwater.
- This episode also reveals that Luna Girl loses her powers during an eclipse.
- This episode shares the same two words with "Owlette's Terrible Pterodactyl Trouble."
- In the scene where Gekko says that both Owlette and Luna Girl are right and Catboy adds that the girls were both wrong, Owlette’s cape is missing.