"Owly Tricks" (also known as "Bibou et Olgimini" in French) is the second segment of the 2nd Season 5 episode of PJ Masks.
Romeo makes a hologram copy of Owly and sends the PJ Masks on a wild chase.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Owly Tricks":
The PJ Masks are in The Park playing with the PJ Pets. Owlette tries to show Catboy and Gekko the techniques she trained Owly, but after the first demonstration, Owly has enough and flies off. The following day, Owly is stil missing, which worries Amaya. She fears something happened to Owly, so that night she, Connor and Greg transform into the PJ Masks to investigate. PJ Robot is unable to locate Owly with the PJ Picture Player, so the PJs leave HQ to look for Owly themselves.
They spot Owly in the city and try to capture her, but to no avail. Unbeknownst to the heroes, the Owly they are following is actually a hologram created by Romeo. He has captured the real Owly and wants to use her for his next plan. Robot, however, wants to keep Owly as his own pet, to which Romeo orders him to find a pet of his own. In the city, Owlette finally catches Owly and thus discovers it's a hologram. Then PJ Robot contacs the PJ Masks; Robot has broken into HQ and captured Alley Cat and Lionel. PJ Robot is too late to stop him.
The heroes regroup, while Romeo reveals his new invention: the PJ Crystal Power Grabber. He plans to drain the PJ Crystal powers still present in Owly and add it to his own Sky Factory. When Robot retuns with the captured Alley Cat and Lionel, Romeo plans to drain their powers too. Robot objects since he wants to keep the pets for himself. While Romeo is arguing with Robot, he accidentally leaves his keys in the lock of Owly's cage. Owly seizes the opportunity to escape. She then causes Robot to drop the cages with Lionel and Alley Cat, and they too escape.
The PJ Masks also arrive at the Sky Factory with the Owl-Glider to get their pets back. Owlette tries to command Owly to prove she is Owly's friend, but Owly ignores her and flies back into the factory. Romeo summons his Fly Bots to capture the pets. The Fly Bots chase the pets throughout the factory, while the PJs try to defend their pets. Catboy and Gekko succeed in saving Alley Cat and Lionel, but Owlette keeps having trouble getting Owly to come to her. When Robot tries to capture Owly in a butterfly net, Owly bumps into the Hologram Machine and creates dozens of holographic copies of herself. To make matters worse, it turns out that Gekko, while saving Lionel, damaged the Sky Factory's controls, and the Sky Factory is about to crash. Romeo plans to reset the computer to fix the damage, but Owly still has his keys, and with all the holograms flying around, he is unable to tell the real Owly from the fake ones.
As Romeo and Robot abandon the factory, the PJs try to find the real Owly among the holograms. When they finally track her down, Owly still refuses to listen. Catboy and Gekko realize that Owly doesn't like being commanded all the time and wants Owlette to listen to her for once. Owlette apologizes to Owly and even joins her for a song. Owly finally comes to Owlette and hands over the keys. With his Super Cat Speed, Catboy manages to get the keys to the control room and avert a crash just in time.
The PJs and their pets leave the Sky Factory, which flies off into the night with Romeo and Robot chasing after it. Along with their pets, the PJs shout their victory cry.
- This is the first episode Callum Shoniker voices Romeo, replacing Simon Pirso.
- Romeo, Robot, Robette, and the Fly Bots meet Owly for the first time.
- Gez Foster debuts as a writer in this episode.
- Gekko drives the Owl-Glider for the third time.
- This is the eight time that HQ is seen in the daytime.
- This is the second time Robot wants a pet.
- Owly enters the Flying Factory for the first time.
- In 2 scenes, HQ’s old look is shown.