Ater spending 5 years as a prisoner, two incarcerated guys team up, stole the Mystery Machine, and plan revenge on the police officers for giving them a hard time.
It was just another day in the Police Fort, and the crew have finished their assignments for the day and then await the arrival of two junior policemen recruits, who have a van. The van turns out to be the Mystery Machine and the two recruits turn out to be ex-convicts. A guy comes and tries to barracade the garage with a Powerpuff Girls banner, claiming to be heavily armed. It didn't work, however, because the Mystery Machine crashed through the garage, completely wrecking it. The police crew run away and the criminals chase after them, wrecking the rest of the Police Fort with the Mystery Machine. Afterwards, the criminals prepare to deliver the "Final Blow", where they somehow drove the van straight into the fort, completely wrecking it as well as the van itself.
The two criminals celebrate their victory and gloat while Officer Mark is incredibly pissed at them, threatening execution. It turns out the criminals teamed up to start a prisoner's revolution where every incarcerated individual rebels against police brutality. And though Officer Marvin finds it incredibly ridiculous, the criminals are still satisfied. That is, until Officer Mark threatens to shoot the two. But when he's about to do that, Baby Lamb, Cow, and Ricky (dressed up in their PPG costumes from the 1st episode) appear and throw the criminals out of sight. In doing so, they also teach Mark that it's never a good idea to use guns because they're bad, thus making him the bad guy. Mark is ashamed.
EPILOGUE: The Police Fort is successfully rebuilt and Handy Man Joe appears calling this another random video.
- Officer Mark
- Officer Patricia
- Officer Aaron
- Officer Marvin
- Officer Derek
- Baby Lamb
- Ricky Bowers
- Handy Man Joe
- The majority of this episode was inspired by the chase sequence from The Powerpuff Girls episode "Just Desserts".
- When one of the criminals says "Hold on to your lug nuts, it's TIIIIIIIIME for an overhaul!", it references a line said by Jim Carrey as his titular character in "The Mask".