|"The Good Wolfy"
|Season 2, episode 20B|
(Overall episode #91)
| United Kingdom October 11, 2018 United States of America October 12, 2018
||Christian De Vita
|Viewer count (millions)
"The Wolfies Take HQ"
"The Wolfy Plan"
"The Good Wolfy" is the second segment of the 20th Season 2 episode of PJ Masks.
While the Wolfy Kids run amok, Gekko doubts he has what it takes to be good, and Kevin isn't sure he wants to be mean.
The following characters appeared in the episode "The Good Wolfy":
The episode begins with the Wolfies stealing art supplies so they can paint on the funniest places they can think of, although Kevin is unsure about doing it. The next day, as Connor, Amaya, and Greg are playing soccer, they find their painted paw prints. More are seen around the town through the PJ Picture Player that night.
The PJ Masks find the Wolfies painting more paw prints on the sports field area. During the confrontation, they note that Kevin keeping score is not being bad. He shares that paw prints aren’t the only thing that they can do with paint. Howler and Rip just think it’s funny, infiltrate the Gekko-mobile, and attack the team with its water jet. Kevin reluctantly enters the vehicle through their insistence, and the Wolfies drive off to steal more paint.
PJ Robot tracks the Gekko-Mobile at the school. Owlette uses her Super Owl Feathers to prevent Howler and Rip from escaping with the art supplies, but they jump over the school wall. While Catboy and Owlette chase them, Gekko finds Kevin in the classroom painting a flower. To his surprise, he praises it, then explains as he paints a tree that he’s not painting all over the place, just on a piece of paper.
Gekko realizes the reason why Kevin doesn’t like Howler and Rip’s game: they like messing things up, and he likes painting, which makes him a good Wolfy. Kevin protests being one because Howler and Rip state that Wolfies can’t be good. Gekko doesn’t think so and offers to paint with him; meanwhile, a chase between the team and the Wolfies ensues in the museum. After a few paintings and jokes, Kevin paints Gekko a lizard as a thank-you for how much fun he’s had painting with him.
Gekko and Kevin paint a lizard-wolf together, the latter admitting that it’s alright to be a good Wolfy now and again. Suddenly, Howler and Rip return and scold Kevin for hanging out with Gekko instead of getting more paint like he was supposed to. They attempt to howl Catboy and Owlette away when they catch up and tell him to help them when Gekko tries to pull them in. Kevin contemplates for a brief moment, then states that he doesn’t want to be a bad Wolfy all the time; he wants to be good.
Surprised, Howler and Rip eventually manage to howl the team out of the school, grab more paint supplies, and pull Kevin with them, reminding him that Wolfies are bad. Kevin argues that being a Wolfy is not always about messing things up; he wants to be his own Wolfy and do some good things as well. Once Howler and Rip respond that there’s no such thing as a good Wolfy because it’s not Wolfy, he declares to leave the pack. Although shocked, they take off without him.
The team searches for the Wolfies until they approach an upset Kevin explaining what happened. Despite their attempts to reassure him that he did the right thing by sticking up for himself, he’s worried if what Howler and Rip said to him is true. PJ Robot suddenly warns about them arriving at HQ and climbing up to paint their paw prints there. As soon as the group catches up, Kevin yells at them to come down in fear of their safety.
Before Howler and Rip can say otherwise, the former unintentionally lets go, and the latter grabs him as they drop their paint cans while still hanging on. Owlette tries to save them, but she gets pushed down due to their fearful howling. Gekko informs Kevin that he can help rescue them and thus prove that a Wolfy can be good. Kevin complies, and with Catboy flying him in the Owl-Glider, he howls out a good Wolfy howl that dissipates Howler and Rip’s howls, enabling Owlette and Gekko to grab them.
As Owlette brings Rip down, Howler panics about Gekko dropping him, causing him to lose his grip on the structure. Kevin saves the two, and the group safely lands, leaving Howler and Rip amazed. They finally admit that a Wolfy can be good sometimes, commend him for his actions, and ask if he can rejoin them. Kevin accepts, stating that they’re a family, and the Wolfies leave. Gekko keeps the lizard-wolf painting he made with him earlier, and the PJ Masks proclaim their signature victory phrase.
- You should stand up for yourself no matter what anyone says.
- This is the first episode to focus on Kevin.
- Kevin is the very first Wolfy to narrate an episode title.
- This episode reveals that the Wolfy Kids are not a pack, but a family.
- Like Gekko, Luna Girl, and her moths, Kevin is shown to be a great painter.
- This is the fourth time Catboy drives the Owl-Glider.
- Howler drives the Gekko-mobile for the second time.
- Kevin almost left the Wolfy Kids, due to him losing his patience with Rip and Howler on deciding to be a good wolfy for a while, but they realize that he was right and Kevin reunites with his brother and sister.
- This is the first time Kevin works with the PJ Masks.
- The events of this episode are mentioned on the back of the Power of Mystery Mountain DVD case, but isn't featured as one of the episodes.