Mr. Cat goes on a game show called "Ki Cé Ka Raison", hosted by Kaeloo. The whole thing is evidently rigged.
"Let's Play Ki Cé Ka Raison" contains the following tropes:
- The Ace: Mr. Cat manages to get every one of his questions right and wins the game show, even though it was rigged.
- Comical Overreacting: Mr. Cat's response to Stumpy being stupid is to hang himself.
- Death Is a Slap on the Wrist: Mr. Cat hangs himself, only to be perfectly fine by the next scene.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Kaeloo's reason for putting Mr. Cat through the torture that is "Ki Cé Ka Raison" is that prior to the episode, during a disagreement, he told her he was right about everything and she got mad and tried to prove that he was wrong.
- Game Show Appearance: The episode is about Mr. Cat going on a game show hosted by Kaeloo.
- Insufferable Genius: The episode's plot is kicked off by Mr. Cat, the smartest character on the show, bragging about being right about everything.
- Out-of-Character Moment: Kaeloo sets up a rigged game show for Mr. Cat to go on where even if he wins, he is punished.
- Pun-Based Title: In-Universe. "Ki Cé Ka Raison" sounds like "Qui c'est qui a raison?", which means "Who's right?" in French.
- Pyrrhic Victory: The final question in "What is Smileyland's number one rule?" He answers with "have fun", which turns out to be correct, making Mr. Cat the winner of the game show. Unfortunately, the others' idea of "fun" is tying him to a board and tormenting him.
- Reality Ensues: Mr. Cat goes on a rigged game show which physically and psychologically torments its contestants; instead of brushing it off like a regular cartoon character would, he's legitimately terrified and almost traumatized, to the point where he nearly passes out on the floor after the final challenge.
- Sadistic Game Show: During the show, Mr. Cat is consistently tortured, and by the time the final challenge is over, he almost passes out.
- Suicide as Comedy: One of the jokes in this episode involves Mr. Cat hanging himself.