Miko realizes that being a little weird can be awesome when she meets Ridley, a glitch modder with a mind-blowing lair filled with creative wonders.
After Dream Team, Mitch Squad and Bergy defeat a pufferfish glitch, Miko is hit by a reset blast and reveals her Reset Immunity to the others. While Miko is unnerved her immunity disturbs them, she follows a modded Chomp-Kitty and gets separated from Five to meet its modder, Ridley, who becomes fast friends with Miko. Ridley shows Miko her modified Hinobi console with rewritten docile Glitches, but as Miko tries recruiting her to safely continue her coding under Hinobi employment, Ridley is unnerved at the idea of losing her glitches. Five tracks them to Ridley's lair, barges in and accidentally releases the "Drago-Kitty" glitch Ridley modded. As their Tech Gauntlets are incompatible with the modded code, Ridley forms a solution after Five saves her, but her main console is destroyed. With a back-up system, Ridley gives the Glitch Techs coding to fight the Drago-Kitty by manifesting game gear IRL to reach a win. Afterward, Miko still offers Ridley a position as a Glitch Tech, but she refuses out of distrust and portals away. Back at HQ, Miko finds that the others are still friends with her after learning about her immunity, and tells off Mitch for getting in her head.
- High Five
- Ridley (debut)
- Horn (debut)
- Mitch Williams
- Haneesh Jyoshi
- Phil Altiere
- The episode title was first leaked by Dan Milano.
- Mitch recalls to everyone that Miko could not be reset in "Age of Hinobi".
- In a scene where Miko is about to fight Ridley’s Drago-Kitty, a sound effect plays that sounds almost identical to an iconic sound effect from The Legend of Zelda video games.