|“You were right not to tell the King about this. Bringing Clay back will not be easy. But I will not rest until he is with us again.”|
|— Merlok 2.0|
|Season 3, Episode 9|
|Series episode number||29|
|Air date||April 8, 2017|
|Written by||Mark Hoffmeier|
|Directed by||Alan Simpson|
Jean Paul Vermeulen
"Hot Rock Massage"
Macy is mad! The three Harpies have kidnapped her mom Queen Halbert. The Nexo Knights use everything in their power to rescue her. But is kidnapping the real plan or is the Cloud of Monstrox after something else?
- Aaron Fox - Alessandro Juliani
- Ava Prentis - Marÿke Hendrikse
- Axl - Brian Drummond
- Clay Moorington - Giles Panton
- Hadda Hammerin - Lisa Bunting
- Harpies - Nicole Oliver
- Haute FancyPants - Brian Drummond
- Herb Herbertson - Brian Drummond
- Jestro - Vincent Tong
- King Halbert - Brian Drummond
- Lance Richmond - Ian Hanlin
- Macy Halbert - Erin Mathews
- Merlok 2.0 - Brian Drummond
- Monstrox - Mark Oliver
- Queen Halbert - Nicole Oliver
- Reex - Jason Simpson
- Roberto Arnoldi - Vincent Tong
- Robin Underwood - Erin Mathews
- Roog - Jason Simpson
- Ruina Stoneheart - Heather Doerksen
- Rumble - Jason Simpson
- Squirebots - Brian Drummond
- Nexo Power: Armadillo Shelter
- Queen Halbert is captured in the Capture Cruiser by Ruina Stoneheart, referencing the set 70349 Ruina's Lock & Roller.
- This episode was recorded in 2016, based on an image released on Facebook by Heather Doerksen showing the Nexo Knights cast including Lisa Bunting, who only portrayed a character in this episode.
- This marks the first appearance of Hadda Hammerin, Ruina Stoneheart, the Capture Cruiser and Hotspur.
- Clay succumbs to his illness beginning in "A Little Rusty," turning him to stone.
- Jestro refers to the evil plan as his, and Monstrox tells him it is theirs. This is the opposite of what usually happens, Monstrox taking the evil plan as his.
- In one scene, Hadda Hammerin's lipstick is missing.
- When the Harpies say "That's right, we are, deal with it!", none of their lips move.
- In one scene, Roog speaks with Reex's deeper voice.
- Throughout the episode, Roog doesn't have the dual tone effect over his voice.