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"Owlette's Terrible Pterodactyl Trouble"
Season 1, episode 3B
(Overall episode #6)
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Premiere date
United States of America United States of America
September 25, 2015
Written by Gerard Foster
Directed by Christian De Vita
Viewer count (millions) 1.06
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"Owlette's Terrible Pterodactyl Trouble" (also known as "Bibou et le dinosaure" in French) is the second segment of the 3rd Season 1 episode of PJ Masks.

Summary

By day, the gang visits the museum to see the dinosaur exhibits. While there, Connor scares Amaya with a T-Rex cutout. Amaya gets very mad at him, but he tells her that he was trying to be funny, though she didn't think it was funny. Then Greg notices the pterodactyl model was missing. By night, it was Romeo who stole it and made it fly. Catboy tries to get Owlette to accept his apology, but Owlette remains adamant that scaring her at the museum was mean and not funny. Owlette continues to be hard on Catboy, but she only makes the mission harder.

Characters

The following characters appeared in the episode "Owlette's Terrible Pterodactyl Trouble":

Synopsis

The episode starts off with Connor, Amaya, and Greg entering the new dinosaur exhibit in the museum. Connor takes this chance to play a joke on Amaya. He hides behind a T-Rex cutout and scares her when she passes by, causing her to bump into one of the dinosaur skeleton models, its head falling on her. Connor finds it funny, though he apologizes about what happened, but Amaya is angry at him for scaring her.

Greg tells Connor and Amaya to stop arguing and look at the models. Amaya tells Connor to apologize to her, and he proceeds to do so, until Greg points out that the pterodactyl model has been stolen. That night, the PJ Masks are about to take the Cat-Car to look for the model when Owlette tells Catboy to apologize about scaring her earlier. He says sorry to her, and the team gets in the vehicle; however, Owlette doesn’t believe his apology was convincing.

The team drives around town as a mysterious shadow flies out and follows them. Catboy asks Owlette to use her Owl Eyes for any possible chance that Romeo may be behind this theft. She’ll do so, but only if he’ll apologize to her. Despite doing so before, Catboy apologizes again, but before he could repeat his request to Owlette, Gekko sees the pterodactyl model heading straight for them. The team swerves out of its way and hides as it appears again and roars.

The model lands to confirm Romeo as the villain controlling it. He heads straight towards the team again and moves out of the way when Catboy fires furballs from the Cat-Car’s grille. Romeo explains that he is first going to scare the townspeople with the pterodactyl model. After that, he will steal the rest of the dinosaur models from the museum and take over the world as he scares everyone with them.

Romeo scares the PJ Masks again and flies away as he laughs at his joke. He goes into the forest where he sees a gray cat resting on one of the trees. He scares it as practice for scaring the team again, though it lands on the model and blocks his view. He loses control and crashes into the bushes while the cat safely lands on another tree. The pterodactyl model is badly damaged from the impact.

The PJ Masks drive into the forest and hide behind the trees to see Romeo fixing the model. Owlette agrees to help stop him, but only if Catboy will apologize to her about earlier. Annoyed, Catboy tells her that he did already, and that it was a joke. She remains adamant and decides to stop Romeo herself, who is now finished and about to take off. As Catboy prepares to jump towards the villain before he escapes, Gekko tries to warn him that Owlette is doing the same thing. Despite that, they both head towards Romeo, and they crash into other while the model takes off.

Catboy and Owlette blame each other for letting Romeo escape and argue about how she can’t accept his apology about him scaring her as a joke. After Romeo comes in and mocks how they’re quarreling with each other, Catboy leaps up to grab the model’s tail to prevent him from leaving, holding on tight while he tries shaking him off. He jumps on a branch when he approaches it to board the model, but causes it to lose control. Owlette decides to help out, only to bump into the model when she catches up.

Romeo drops the remote control, and Catboy holds on to the model's tail again when he falls off. Gekko catches the remote, and after struggling for a bit, he takes Romeo for a ride as Catboy safely lands on the ground. Romeo jumps to the rooftop of his lab, and the model is retrieved. Owlette is still upset, however; she can’t give up the fact believing that Catboy won’t realize that his joke at the museum wasn’t funny to her. She refuses to make up with him despite his attempts to do so, and flies away.

Catboy takes the remote control from Gekko and hops on the pterodactyl model to completely fix his friendship with Owlette. He ignores the warning that it’s hard to control it, and unsteadily takes off into the town. He struggles to gain control, but he drops the remote where Romeo is. Romeo takes this opportunity to fly the model recklessly with Catboy on board before he obtains it. Gekko calls Owlette, who is sadly sitting on one of the chimneys, for help.

Owlette hears Gekko’s voice and flies over to see Catboy tightly hanging onto the model. He had to take it to catch up with her because he wanted to ensure that he was sincere about his apology and that they’re still friends. However, Romeo has gained control again after he dropped the remote. Owlette realizes this was all her fault because of her adamance about what happened earlier. She confirms that she is still friends with Catboy, and she reaches out to save him.

After gagging from overhearing their conversation, Romeo moves the model away from Owlette. She is able to quickly catch up with Catboy while she apologizes, though, and finally decides to make up with him. They both grab onto each other, and Catboy kicks the model to the ground. Romeo takes cover into a pile of trash bags as it comes towards him and drops his remote again. Gekko retrieves the model, and he uses it to chase the villain away. The PJ Masks announce their signature victory phrase.

The next day, the kids observe the pterodactyl model, which is back on display. This time, Cameron is the one to scare Amaya with the T-Rex cutout. Connor scolds him for scaring her, especially since it upset her so much yesterday. He tells Cameron to be sincere when he apologizes, but Amaya forgives him anyway since it was only a joke.

The pterodactyl model roars, scaring everyone out of the exhibit. Greg apologizes since he was the one who caused it and couldn’t resist; however, the model roars again. Everyone believes that it is actually alive for a brief moment until the gray cat from last night appears. They gather around as it nuzzles onto Greg and laugh as the episode ends.

Moral/Lesson

  • You have to forgive others after they apologize to you for doing something nasty.
  • It's important to be tolerable with jokes.

Trivia

  • This is the first time dinosaurs are mentioned or seen in the show.
  • Gerard Foster debuts as a writer for the series.
  • The remote used to control the Robo-pterodactyl is similar to an Atari joystick controller.
  • In this episode, Owlette learns how to forgive other people.
  • Catboy almost loses his friendship with Owlette due to her adamance about scaring her back at the museum was mean and not funny, but Owlette realizes that she was wrong about staying mad at Catboy and went back after hearing Gekko call her name.
    • When Owlette left, it is implied that Gekko would've talked to her.
  • Connor playing a joke on Amaya that ends up scaring her is similar to Cat Noir's civilian form Adrien playing a prank on Ladybug's civilian form Marinette in the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode "The Puppeteer 2."
    • Both played jokes when visiting a museum, and both girls' immediate reactions are screaming before saying that it is not funny, and both boys attempted and succeeded in repairing their friendship with the girls.

Errors

  • While Connor, Amaya, And Greg are looking at the dinosaurs, a Dimetrodon is found. The Dimetrodon live in the Paleozoic Era, not the Mesozoic Era. However, it may be possible that the kids are in a prehistoric exhibit.
Episode list
| Blame it on the Train, Owlette | Catboy's Cloudy Crisis | Owlette and the Flash Flip Trip | Catboy and the Pogo Dozer | Gekko and the Super Ninjalinos | Owlette's Terrible Pterodactyl Trouble | Catboy and the Shrinker | Owlette and the Moon-Ball | Catboy and the Butterfly Brigade | Owlette the Winner | Speak UP, Gekko! | Catboy and Master Fang's Sword | Catboy VS. Robo-Cat | Owlette and the Giving Owl | Catboy and the Great Birthday Cake Rescue | Gekko and the Snore-A-Saurus | Looking After Gekko | Catboy and the Teeny Weeny Ninjalino | Catboy's Tricky Ticket | Gekko and the Missing Gekko-Mobile | Catboy's Flying Fiasco | Gekko's Stay-at-Home Sneezes | Gekko Saves Christmas | Gekko's Nice Ice Plan | Gekko and the Mighty Moon Problem | Clumsy Catboy | Catboy and Gekko's Robot Rampage | Owlette's Feathered Friend | Owlette and the Battling Headquarters | Gekko and the Mayhem at the Museum | Catboy Takes Control | Owlette's Two Wrongs | Gekko Floats | Catboy's Two-Wheeled Wonder | Catboy's Great Gig | Owlette's New Move | Supersonic Owlette | Catboy and the Sticky Splat Slingshot | Owlette of a Kind | Beat the Drum, Catboy | Catboy Squared | Gekko's Super Gekko Sense | Owlette and the Owletteenies | Gekko's Blame Campaign | Owlette and the Moonflower | Slowpoke Gekko | Catboy and the Lunar Dome | Gekko and the Rock of All Power | Super-Sized Gekko | Take to the Skies, Owlette | Slow Down, Catboy! | Gekko's Special Rock |
| Moonfizzle Balls | Soccer Ninjalinos | Lionel-Saurus | Catboy's Cuddly | Night of the Cat | Catboy Does It Again | Terrible Two-Some | Owlette's Luna Trouble | Ninja Moths | Who's Got the Owl Power? | PJ Pinball | Bounce-a-Tron | Wacky Floats | Romeo's Disguise | PJ Robot | PJ Power Up | Moonstruck: Race to the Moon | Moonstruck: Lunar Fortress | Robot's Pet Cat | Gekko, Master of the Deep | May the Best Power Win | Moonbreaker | Race Up Mystery Mountain | The Mountain Prisoner | The Wolfy Kids | Wolf-O-Saurus | Catboy No More | Gekko Vs. the Splatcano | Meet Armadylan | Invisible Owlette | Wolfy Mountain | Romeo's Crystal Clear Plan | Nobody's Sidekick | Armadylan Menace | Power Pondweed | Owlette Comes Clean | Halloween Tricksters | The Wolfies Take HQ | The Good Wolfy | The Wolfy Plan | The Lizard Theft | PJ Dylan | Armadylan'd and Dangerous | Romeo's Action Toys | The Dragon Gong | Flight of the Ninja | Romeocoaster | Gekko and the Opposite Ray | PJ Masks Vs. Bad Guys United | Easter Wolfies | Luna and the Wolfies |
| Moon Madness | Armadylan and Robette Rule | Armadylan Zen | Way of the Woofy | Werejalinos | PJ Comet | Glowy Moths | Teacher Goes Ninja | Robot Goes Wrong | Lionel's Powers | Best Friends Forever | Meet An Yu | The Moon Prix | Pirates Ahoy! | The Secret of the Pagoda | Storm of the Ninja | Arma-Leader | Owlette Slips Up | The Splat Monster | Moth on the Moon | Fly Me To The Moon | Luna's Cosmic Tantrum | Motsuki The Best | Wheels of a Hero | Moonwolfy | Clash on Mystery Mountain | A Teeny Weeny Problem | Take Romeo Off The Road | Mission: PJ Seeker | Wolfy Powers | Do The Gekko | Armadylan, Action Hero | Super Muscles Show Off | The Prank Wheelz | Where's The Wolf Wheelz? | Villain of the Sky | Protector of the Sky | The PJ Masks Save Christmas | Romeo's Melody | PJ Robot Takes Control | PJ Sky Pirates | The Disappearing Ninjas | Gekko Everywhere | Gekko Takes Charge | Big Sister Motsuki | PJ Party Crasher | Master of the Moat | PJ Robot Vs Romeo |
| Heroes of the Sky | Who Let the Moths In? | Commander Meow | Motsuki's Missing Sister | Not so Ninja | PJ Party Mountain | Wolfies of the Pagoda | Master Fang's Secret | Aerodylan | Asteroid Accident | All About Asteroids | Romeo's Space Machine | Newton and the Ninjas | Missing Space Rock | Flying Factory Out of Control | Munki-gu | Munki-gu in the City | Mission Munki-gu | Legend of the Wolfy Bone | Gekko Vs Armavillain | Super Super Cat Speed | Munki-gu's Dragon | Gekko Loves Lionel | Octobella | Octo-Trouble | Star Buddies | To the Moon and Back | Magnet in the Moat | Motsuki Bugs Out | Octobella's Garden | Sploshy Splash | Teeny Weeny Returns | Robo-Wolf | The Labours of Armadylan | Lost in Space | The Power of Monkey Chatter | The Secret of Monkey Goodness | Pharaoh Boy | By My Pharaoh Feathers | Pharaoh's Chariot | PJ Robot Malfunction | The Mysterious Masks | Battle Of The Fangs | Catboy's Cat | Mad With Moon Power | Pharaoh and The Ninjalinos | Pharaoh's Boomerangs | Bubbles Of Badness |
| Ninja Power Up | Luna Goes Too Far | Owly Tricks | Newton The Destructor | Luna Kazoomer | Baddie Bots | Newton and the Animals | Octobella Strikes Again | Octobella on the Loose | Teeny Weeny to the Rescue | Invisible Munki-Gu | Orticia Blooms | Orticia and the Pumpkins | Pirate Robot | Owlette, The Pirate Queen | Catboy's Magic Trick | Gekko the Croc |
To be announced.
| Super Cat Speed | Super Gekko Muscles | Owl Eyes | Reinvention | Moth's Day | Super Moves Dance Party | Super Gekko Camouflage | Teamwork | All Skills | Determination | Gekko Improvises | Super Singing Heroes | Team Night Ninja | Super Cat Ears | Owlette Improvises | A Job For All | Bravery | Catboy Improvises | Taking Turns | Training with the PJ Masks | Moon Rocked | Play Date on the Moon | Space Race | Cat-Car Chaos | Gekko-Mobile Mischief | Robots Wash Up | Owl-Glider Gliding | Armadylan Style | Wolfy Garden | Bye Bye Bad Luna | Catboy Power Up | Owlette Power Up | Gekko Power Up | Masters of the Mountain | Moon Cuddly | The PJ Rovers | PJ Racing | An Yu's Bird Rescue | PJ Masks Surprise | Ninjability | HQ Tour | Minding Motsuki | It's A PJ Masks Christmas | Learning the Planets |
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