It’s the night of the big circus performance! Will the ghouls be able to raise enough money in time to save the art programs at Monster High?
Disappointed with the quality of the show, the students envolved in the fund raising activities sit inside the big tent, miserable over their failures. However, Gooliope comes forward and gives an inspirational speech claiming that a world without the arts is boring, and that the ghouls wouldn't want to be in such situation, calling the ghouls confidence back up. She then proceeds to tell them that what they've been doing wrong all this time was that, instead of focusing on the show as an whole and as a group activity, the ghouls were too worried on their own succeses.
The flashback ends, going back to present times, where Bloodgood presents the crew and shows the crowd how they can make donations to bring back the art program, using their iCoffins to raise money until midnight. The Freak du Chic starts, each student performing wonderful tricks, but helping each other while doing so, creating not just a group of small performances but a big performance.
The crowd is going wild and the fund raising goal is almost covered. Mr. Grunderson, not amused, interrupts the show, five minutes to the end, and claims that the show will never make it in time, the cuts are solely for the students own good. However his speech is stopped when a mild earthquake interrups the show, making Grunderson question. Frankie explains that its in fact Gooliope, who is wobbling since she is irritated by the accountant's words. Grunderson looses his balance and is trow around the tent by various circus objects, only to fall in Gooliope's trunk and be spitted afterwards, only he comes out fully dressed as a clown. The crowd cheers, making the troll confused, but happy, since he had never received so much love before, making him realize that the arts are indeed important. The donations boom and the arts program is safe. The crew celebrates and the crowd cheers.
- Isi Dawndancer makes her 2D cartoon debut (albeit a non-speaking role).