|"Owlette's Two Wrongs"
|Season 1, episode 16B|
(Overall episode #32)
| United States of America February 5, 2016
||Christian De Vita
|Viewer count (millions)
"Catboy Takes Control"
"Owlette's Two Wrongs" (also known as "Bibou la revancharde" in French) is the second segment of the 16th Season 1 episode of PJ Masks.
Night Ninja breaks Owlette's Flossy Flash art statue and begins stealing artwork to make a statue of himself, so Owlette tries to get back at him by destroying his masterpiece. However, she would soon realize that two wrongs don't make a right.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Owlette's Two Wrongs":
The episode starts off with Connor, Amaya, and Greg looking at a poster advertising the school art fair being held at the museum tomorrow. All the kids’ art projects will be featured, especially Amaya’s Flossy Flash art sculpture, which has taken her a long time perfecting every detail. When the kids enter the school, the teacher announces that all the paintings left drying outside have been stolen. As for Amaya’s sculpture, it broke after getting knocked over and got covered with paint and sand.
That night, the PJ Masks take the Gekko-mobile over to the school so they can camouflage themselves from being seen by the art thieves who are planning to return to steal the rest of the art projects inside. When they arrive, Night Ninja and his Ninjalinos are exiting the building. They’re stealing everyone’s artwork so the only artwork left to be seen in the world will be Night Ninja’s, thus making him become the best artist.
The PJ Masks jump down to confront the ninjas; before they can do anything, Owlette blows sand from the sandpit towards them as revenge for ruining her sculpture. This only affects her and her friends because of the ninja masks protecting the ninjas. The villains make their escape before the dust settles, taking the rest of the art with them. Regardless, Owlette flies off to use her Owl Eyes to spot the group, despite the team reminding her about the primary focus of the mission, and that making Night Ninja pay is not the right thing to do.
Night Ninja and his Ninjalinos are seen stealing art supplies. As Catboy and Gekko corner them, Owlette swipes the paint bucket from Night Ninja. The boys begin to retrieve the projects in hopes that she’ll get the supplies back, but she goes in the Gekko-Mobile and fills its water tank with paint so she can cover the ninjas with it. The boys try to stop her, but Night Ninja pins them down with Sticky Splats to prevent them from stopping him.
Owlette is able to escape Night Ninja’s attack and aims the water jet at the ninjas. She attempts to spray the group, but they climb to the top of the building to avoid the paint, making her spray the building instead. As a last resort, she tries throwing a leftover sticky splat at them, only for it to rebound towards Catboy. The villains leave, and Owlette returns to her team to remove the sticky splats off them.
Catboy and Gekko disapprove of Owlette’s attempt to defeat the ninjas by spraying paint at them since there was the risk of ruining the stolen artwork. She defends herself by saying that she was only aiming at Night Ninja. She is still determined to get her revenge on him, but she doesn’t know where he went. Since the team knows that the museum has lots of art on display, then that’s where he’ll be going next.
The PJ Masks arrive at the location with the Gekko-Mobile’s camouflage feature enabled. While some of the Ninjalinos hide the art projects inside the building, the others roll in a giant Night Ninja statue and put the finishing touches on it, although one to two accidents and hijinks (almost) ensue. Night Ninja’s plan is to get rid of all the art so his statue will be the only art left. Owlette decides to ruin the statue as the perfect way to get him back for ruining her sculpture; she ignores the fact that it was just an accident during the ninjas’ art theft the other night.
The Ninjalinos go after Owlette with sticky splats as she grabs some paint supplies and knock the paint can away from her. A Ninjalino throws another projectile at her, causing her to fall on top of the statue’s hand; the impact causes it to break off. Owlette is able to safely fly down, and while not on purpose, she did set out what she wanted to do. However, after seeing Night Ninja devastated at what happened, she actually feels worse, because that was how she felt about her broken sculpture.
Owlette apologizes to Night Ninja about what she did; the PJ Masks comfort him by telling him that his giant sculpture is still amazing because he put a lot of effort into it so that it’ll completely resemble him, besides the broken hand. They offer to help him fix it, but Night Ninja angrily refuses. Since his art is ruined, he’ll ruin everyone else’s art by having his Ninjalinos push the statue over to destroy the museum.
Owlette places Gekko in front of the building so he can hold the statue as long as he can with his Super Gekko Muscles, even with the Ninjalinos jumping to make it heavier. Night Ninja chases Catboy and attempts to sticky splat him, a couple of projectiles landing on the statue’s hand. This gives Owlette an idea; she tells Catboy to go into the museum to save everyone’s art while she deals with Night Ninja. Now focused on Owlette, Night Ninja throws sticky splats at her, which she dodges to let it hit the broken piece. Gekko pushes the statue upright with as much force as he can, and Owlette sticks the hand back to its proper place.
The statue is now fixed, much to Night Ninja’s delight. However, thanks to Catboy, he’s hidden everyone’s art someplace safe where the ninjas will never find it. With the team’s advice, though, he decides to take his sculpture home so he'll be able to look at himself no matter where he is. The ninjas tow the statue away, with Night Ninja announcing that he is the best artist ever, or more specifically by the PJ Masks, the best nighttime villain artist ever. They all agree that it is a really nice sculpture, even if no one will get the chance to see it. They shout out their signature victory phrase.
The next day, all the art projects are returned in time for the school art fair. Thanks to Night Ninja, Amaya was able to fix her Flossy Flash art sculpture with the leftover sticky splats from last night. The teacher comes over, glad that she was able to patch it up, and picks up her sculpture to take a look at it. It gets stuck to his hand, though, since it’s not finished drying. Everyone shares a good laugh as he struggles to get it off.
- Revenge is wrong, don't get back at someone after they do something to you (revenge never solves anything).
- Two wrongs don't make a right.
- Night Ninja's statue appears for the first time.
- Owlette drives the Gekko-mobile for the first time.
- So far, this is the closest the museum has came to being destroyed (the Ninjalinos almost tipped over the statue of Night Ninja onto the building, but was stopped by Gekko's super strength).