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There's a thief in the Creek, and Silver Fist is the only one who can stop them.
Eliza steals Secret Kid's diary, and uses it as leverage to force Secret Kid (disguised as Cat Burglar), to steal from the other creek kids. After Kelsey's sword is stolen, J.P., (going by the name of Silver Fist) sets off to find the Cat Burglar. During a gala in (New) Cardboard City, Craig's staff is stolen during the award ceremony. J.P. chases down the Cat Burglar, but is swiftly taken out after secretly placing a magnetic toy fish on Cat Burglar's tail. J.P. is able to track them down to the Tea Timers' Club using a magnetic toy fishing rod, that points in the direction of the magnetic toy fish on Cat Burglar's tail. Eliza then reveals her identity and her plan to convince everyone that she is the one that found the missing belongings. She hypnotizes Craig and Kelsey using a watch. J.P. and Secret Kid (still disguised as Silver Fist and Cat Burglar) team up to stop the Craig, Kelsey, and the Tea Timers. J.P. then hypnotizes Eliza using the watch and tricks her into returning everything she stole, and apologizing. Secret Kid (who has been extra polite to George thus far) meets George outside, takes off his mask, and tells George that he likes him, and the two agree to hang out.
- Junior Forest Scouts
- 10 Speeds
- Horse Girls
- Cardboard City Kids
- This episode was pitched in 2021 by Benjamin Anders.
- The episode title may be a call-back to "Deep Creek Salvage", as it was Silverfist's first appearance as a character, the second being this episode.
- The Secret Keeper's costume is a reference to Catwoman and based on Anders' love of wearing a Catwoman costume.
- J.P.'s costume is a reference to Batman, and the episode is littered with references to the franchise.
- When Craig receives an award, a instrumental of the theme song plays.