Surf's up on a wacky beach adventure when our heroes are challenged to the ultimate beach battle.
The episode starts, zooming into the bodega's door, on it says, "Closed, Beach Day" to show, they have a bodega at the beach, soon K.O., Rad and Enid go outside and have fun at the beach. K.O. gets a bucket of water, (The water talks, of course) and he pours it as a moat for his sandcastle,
Darrell, Shannon, and Raymond appear, they wanted to turn the beach into Trashmore, a place to put your garbage. Mr. Gar and Carol come, and tell them off, Darrell kicked sand in Gar's eyes so Carol carried him off, so the three decided to have a beach battle, with limbo, volleyball, and a band.
Suddenly, a huge wave comes and crashes this beach party, Raymond explains he "knows" this wave, and that he surfed it many years ago..? so the six of them team up to try and stop this wave, so they start riding their surfboards.
The boxbots continue try to attack the wave with their saws and lasers, but fail, getting smashed instead, so K.O. looks back at his talking water, he grabs his bucket, and takes the water out of the moat, he shows it to the wave, and the wave stopped, he throws the water at the wave, and the wave leaves, then Raymond holds his hand out for K.O. to shake.
K.O. seemed excited, until they suddenly faded, Enid tells him the salt water rusted them on the inside, but he believe they were ghosts, it had gotten dark so the three decided to hang out again, handing K.O. a sparkler, the plaza people are having a beach party. K.O. hand the sparkler to Carol and Mr. Gar.
- Mr. Gar
- A Real Magic Skeleton
- Crinkly Wrinkly
- Diving Belle
- Dolph Finn
- Cool Sun
- Old Man Jenkins
- The salt water killed the Boxmore robots by rusted them away on the inside.
- The difference between when the Boxmore robots were drenched with rain water from "Rad Likes Robots" is because rain water contains way less to no salt concentration and salt water accelerates the rusting process.
- This is the first time that Boxmore robots did something nice to K.O..