Frankie and the ghouls welcome a new student to Monster High, but they underestimate his skultimate need for speed.
Finnegan Wake (Rider), the new guy at Monster High, is racing through the hallways in his wheelchair with little regard for other people. He is looking for Frankie Stein, who is to welcome him to the school and guide him around. When he finds her, she is in the company of Draculaura and Lagoona Blue. The three girls had been reading Finnegan's blog and figured him to be all about extreme sport, but when they see he is wheelchairbound, they quickly decide to keep him far away from anything too physical. Unfortunately for them, Toralei and her buddies overhear their plans.
The first activity the girls show Finnegan is Penmanship Class, which he is not at all impressed with. They suggest the Library Club, Yarn-collecting Club, and Rock & Pebble Society as alternative things to do, at which point Finnegan ditches them, furious that Monster High doesn't offer him anything exciting. As the trio loses sight of him, they ask Toralei if she's seen Finnegan, and she replies that she not only saw him, but also told him about the Skultimate Roller Maze track in the catacombs.
The girls make their way to the track, where Clawd's letting Finnegan use the track. They berate him for letting Finnegan do something this dangerous, but Clawd counters that not too long ago girls weren't allowed to play SKRM either because others believed it to dangerous for them. As Clawd continues that Finnegan can decide for himself what his limits are, Finnegan crashes during a jump. Frankie asks if he's okay, to which Finnegan enthusiastically replies that he'll do that jump again. As the girls hesitate, Finnegan argues that if Monster High is about being yourself, they should respect his choice to do what he wants to do. He promises that if he needs help, he'll ask for it. Frankie and co. finally agree to stop getting in Finnegan's way, even when he asks them to light his wheels on fire for the second jump.
- The title is a play on Ready, Willing, and Able, a 1937 musical film as well as the title of one of its songs.
- Clawd mentions that the girls once weren't allowed on the SKRM team, which refers to the events of Friday Night Frights.
- Finnegan Wake makes his cartoon debut.