"The Wolfy Kids" is the first segment of the 13th episode in Season 2 episode of PJ Masks.
Catboy has to learn it's not all about him while trying to stop the new villains in town, the Wolfies.
The following characters appeared in the episode "The Wolfy Kids (episode)":
The episode begins with the class about to paint Connor’s winning design from a competition on the school wall when they see the paints messed up. To make up for it, Connor, Amaya, and Greg go over to the bookstore to read the new Master Fang comic book, but the place is wrecked. The three then go over to the playground to see it wrecked as well. Throughout these places, they see a wolf head painting and paw prints. That night, on the PJ Picture Player, more paw prints are seen around the town.
Upon returning to the playground, the PJ Masks hear howling and approach the hole, thinking that Romeo has invented something dog-like. Three sets of eyes pop up, and a pack of werewolf kids jump out. They introduce themselves as the Wolfy Kids - Howler, Rip, and Kevin - who come out at night to cause trouble.
After quarreling over their introduction, they run around the team, mocking Catboy, who has attempted to calm them down and is currently complaining about what they did. They explain that as the self-proclaimed best wolf pack, they claim the city to be theirs, so they can do whatever they want to ruin everyone else’s fun. In an attempt to stop them, Catboy speeds around them in circles. They retaliate by using their Sonic Howl on him, then on Owlette and Gekko. They steal the Cat-Car afterwards, creating destruction.
With Catboy’s instructions, although Owlette and Gekko contest the idea, PJ Robot attempts to take control of the Cat-Car through the PJ Picture Player. During the chaos, more destruction results, and the remote control short-circuits, causing the Cat-a-Pult feature to malfunction until it eventually stops. Just as the team catches up, after enjoying the ride, the Wolfies drive off again when they get the idea of using the function to reach the moon and go full Wolfy. Ignoring Owlette and Gekko telling him that the city is more of a concern, Catboy gets an idea on how to get his Cat-Car back and speeds off.
The team soon regroups at HQ where the Wolfies also arrive at. Using a pipe and rope that Catboy collected from the playground and school, respectively, Gekko lassos the Cat-Car, and PJ Robot spins the structure to pull it in. However, in the following confrontation, the Wolfies refuse to leave, reminding the team that everything around them, whatever the place is, is theirs. They infiltrate Owlette and Gekko’s rooms, steal the Owl-Glider and Gekko-mobile, and mess around with the vehicles.
Once the Wolfies figure out that they can head to the moon in the Owl-Glider, they fly off, taking the Gekko-Mobile with them and wrecking the town. A few moments later, the team chases them in the Cat-Car. Through their consultation, Catboy realizes that he was just thinking of himself and not the town. Nearly missing the Gekko-Mobile’s tail, despite Owlette and Gekko’s warnings that his Cat-Car will get tangled in the mess, he changes his attitude, sharply turns around, and follows the Wolfies until they reach the moat, where he launches his vehicle.
Gekko grabs the tail of his vehicle to slow the Wolfies down while Owlette releases the claws and takes control of her vehicle. The Gekko-Mobile safely lands with Catboy and Gekko on board, who then retrieve the former’s vehicle that has sunken in the moat. Owlette drops the Wolfies in the water, and the team has them clean their destruction and the Cat-Car. They eventually run off; nevertheless, Catboy, who has now learned his lesson, thanks his friends for their help and declares that they’ll deal with them next time.
- You should not be selfish; focus on the bigger task.
- This episode marks the first appearance of the Wolfy Kids.
- The Wolfy Kids are the third villains to be in the PJ Masks’ HQ.
- This is the fifth time the PJ Masks use all of their vehicles in this episode, while usually they only select one for a mission.
- Howler becomes the second villain to drive the Cat-Car and the Gekko-mobile.
- Kevin becomes the third villain to drive the Owl-Glider.
- The first villain was Romeo in the aforementioned episode, and the second villain was Luna Girl in "Owlette's Luna Trouble."
- The PJ Masks meet the Wolfy Kids for the first time.