"Catboy VS. Robo-Cat" is the first half of the 7th episode in Season 1 of PJ Masks.
By day, Connor, Greg, and Amaya were playing frisbee, but Connor's frisbee went into his garden. So once he got it, Greg and Amaya disappeared. By night, Catboy goes out to search for his friends, and thinks that they are being controlled by Romeo. He then discovers they are robot duplicates who Romeo calls "Robo-Owl" and "Robo-Gekko", while the real Greg and Amaya are being locked in hanging cages. They tried to get Catboy to get them out, but he is overprotective and claims that they don't stand a chance without their superpowers. The robots have all the powers of the originals, plus the added ability of firing energy beams out of their eyes. Robo-Gekko manages to steal the Cat Car away from Catboy. Meanwhile, Greg borrows one of Amaya's pink wing hairpins, and uses it to remove the screws holding the cage together. Catboy tries to figure out how to get the pajamas back, which are necessary for accessing the PJ Mask powers. We do not know why the PJ's are required for the PJ Masks to activate their powers. Romeo does not explain how he got the pajamas, but this indicates that he is aware of their civilian identities, and home locations. He mentions he spent years building a Super Computer to power the robots, but it is not clear if he has been battling the PJ Masks for that long or if he began building the computer for a different reason.
The following characters appeared in the episode "Catboy VS. Robo-Cat":
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This episode teaches you not to underestimate others.
In this episode, Romeo introduces Robo-Cat, Robo-Gekko, and Robo-Owl, powered by the Super Computer.
Romeo reveals that he knew about the PJ Masks' secret identities the whole time.
Romeo says that Catboy wouldn't be able to tell the robots apart from the real PJ Masks. However, he most likely would, because the robots act more robotic, and have mechanized voices. This still somehow fools Catboy, though.