At Game Shakers, Babe gives Dub, Bunny and Ruthless drinks. Babe shows them the new game named Physco Beach Mummies. Trip and Hudson are disquised at mummies on hover boards Kenzie is a lifeguard and runs on a bike. Kenzie sprays gas with the back of the bike and Trip and Hudson pretend to faint. Dub says he likes the game. Bunny and Ruthless say there is a mummy excipit in the History Museum and Babe says they can go there to get more ideas on the game.
At the exhibit, Kenzie finds facts about the game. Hudson takes pictures of King Fuhd. Babe, Kenzie and Trip see that King Fuhd looks like Dub. Hudson then knocks off King Fuhd's finger. Hudson wants to leave. On the subway, Hudson wipes off the finger. Hudson is sweating. Hudson then admits that he took it off. A cop arrives. At Game Shakers, they find out that no one knows about the incident. Trip beilves the finger can hurt you. The Game Shakers TV then falls on Trip.
Trip thinks he cracked his brain because of the curse. Hudson gets the glue to glue the finger later. The better glue arrives. Babe thinks of a distraction by Dub distracting people. At the museum, Hudson arrives with a student named Chris. Dub, Bunny and Ruthless arrive and Dub sees that King Fuhd looks like him. The teacher of the field trip then goes to the bathroom. Kenzie says if you touch Dub's nose you will get 100 dollars. The securty guard sees Dub and leaves. Kenzie had glued herself to the King's finger. The king's head falls off and Bunny and Ruthless smash the head. Two months later, Dub gave the museum 20 million dollars. Chris was on Shark Bank the previous day and became a millionaire of Hudson's idea.
- Cree Cicchino as Babe Carano
- Madisyn Shipman as Kenzie Bell
- Thomas Kuc as Hudson Gimble
- Benjamin Flores, Jr. as Triple G
- Kel Mitchell as Double G
- A new game was introduced.
- Hudson wears an All That shirt at the end. All That is another show that Kel Mitchell (Double G's portrayer) was on.
- The kid at the end goes on an invention TV show called Shark Bank, a parody of the real-life show, Shark Tank.
- According to Kel Mitchell, King Fuhd is a parody of King Tut.
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