|"Owlette Slips Up"
|Season 3, episode 10B|
(Overall episode #121)
| United States of America July 19, 2019
||Clémentine Le Nai
||Christian De Vita
|Viewer count (millions)
"The Splat Monster"
"Owlette Slips Up" (also known as "Bibou-je-sais-tout" in French) is the second segment of the 10th Season 3 episode of PJ Masks.
After stealing Romeo's gadgets, the Wolfies go on a rampage.
Convinced that Romeo still used his ice machine, Bibou refuses to listen to Robot and gives Les Farfeloups a chance to freeze the city.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Owlette Slips Up":
The episode begins with Amaya showing her brand-new Flossy Flash mystery book containing difficult puzzles requiring careful searching and thinking. She doesn’t hear Connor and Greg warning her about the ice patch that she’s approaching until she slips on it. The neighborhood is covered with ice, despite being sunny. She suspects that it must be Romeo with his Ice Machine. Her suspicions are supported that night when the PJ Picture Player shows him and Robot.
Fearing that Romeo could use his Ice Machine on the city again like last time, while PJ Robot keeps looking for clues, even though Owlette assures him that she’s already got it figured out, the PJ Masks return to the neighborhood and confront him. Since Romeo’s busy investigating, Robot explains for him that he was spring-cleaning his inventions, but when he fetched a squeegee, the Ice Machine had disappeared.
Owlette doesn’t believe Robot and flies over to get the Ice Machine that she assumes must be with Romeo in his lab. She falls off when the two fly off, further proving her belief that he was responsible, although Catboy and Gekko wonder if Robot was telling the truth. As the team chases them, the Wolfies come out with the invention and ice a bone that Kevin found, revealing that they were the ones responsible. Overhearing Owlette saying that the team will store it in HQ like Romeo’s other inventions, Rip gets an idea.
The Wolfies arrive at HQ and trick PJ Robot into thinking that they’re looking for the team because they’ve found a clue. As soon as he comes out, they freeze him, steal the inventions, and place them in the Wolf Wheelz. Meanwhile, Robot complains about Owlette not believing him. To distract her, Romeo creates lab holograms, which spread out in different directions. She uses her Owl Eyes to figure out which lab is real, not noticing that she’s going too fast, even with Catboy and Gekko’s warning.
The Owl-Glider eventually hits an antenna and crashes down. Catboy and Gekko inform Owlette that she’s not the only one to figure things out. They contact PJ Robot to come help fix the aircraft, though there’s no answer. They become suspicious as this event is happening in the same night the Ice Machine went missing, but Owlette insists that it’s in Romeo’s lab. She tells them to check on PJ Robot while she searches for him.
Later, the Wolfies are by the museum messing with the inventions. As Howler and Rip chase Kevin using the Pogo Dozer so they can use it, the Teleporter is thrown inside the Wolf Wheelz, causing it to set at a specific point in town. Kevin is teleported to the vehicle, and Howler and Rip join him afterwards to take cover from the now-unattended Pogo Dozer. The Wolfies are automatically buckled in, and once the invention hits the trunk, the Ice Machine activates, moving the vehicle out of control.
Owlette soon catches up with Romeo after he crashes into a couple of cars. She ignores Robot confronting her until Catboy and Gekko contact her about PJ Robot frozen and Wolfy paw prints. She, Romeo, and Robot look up to see the Wolfies driving out of control in the now-iced town square. Before Romeo can confront them, he gets teleported inside the Wolf Wheelz, as well as Catboy and Gekko just as they catch up to see what’s happening. Owlette unsuccessfully attempts to stop the vehicle with her Owl Wing Wind.
Owlette is ashamed about not listening to Catboy, Gekko, and Robot earlier. Robot assures her that she can stop this trouble by helping him with a new remote that will stop the Wolf Wheelz and the other inventions. Initially refusing at first, she catches herself and listens this time, then searches with her Owl Eyes for any bits and pieces and gives them to him until the invention is created. The Pogo Dozer breaks a chunk off the ice pathway, but Owlette and Robot are able to save everyone before they fall off.
Owlette apologizes to Robot and thanks him for his help and remarks how Romeo wasn’t so bad tonight. She also apologizes to Catboy, Gekko, and an arriving PJ Robot. The Ice Machine’s reverse button is broken from the chaos, so the team has the Wolfies de-ice PJ Robot and the town square. Robot offers them Romeo’s hair dryer to assist them, which Romeo protests that it’s supposed to be meant for styling his hair. The PJ Masks laugh and proclaim their signature victory phrase.
- You should not just accuse someone for what they didn't do.
- The PJ Masks allude to the time Romeo iced the city in "Gekko's Nice Ice Plan."
- Romeo's past inventions are seen in this episode. These include:
- This is the third time Robot works with the PJ Masks.
- This is the first time Romeo is seen not leaving at the end.
- This is the last episode Carter Thorne voices Romeo before Simon Pirso takes over.
- This is the only episode that was written by Clémentine Le Nai.
- Romeo's voice is noticeably deeper in this episode due to Carter Thorne going throught puberty.