Randy and Howard are practicing their instruments in the garage for their upcoming gig in Greg's Game Hole, when they see on Heidi's newscast that their former bandmate and now turned famous celebrity Levander Hart has returned to Norrisville. Howard and Randy are envious of his newfound fame and complain that they're the ones who should be famous.
At that moment the garage door opens with Levander waiting outside for them with his adoring fans. He tells Randy and Howard that he doesn't bear any ill will against them for kicking him out of their band and offers them a reunion and a chance to perform in Norrisville High Amphitheatre with him. Both agree immediately.
After Levander leaves, Randy is called into the Nomicon, where it shows the events of Levander being kicked out of the band due to his bad guitar playing and revealing that he was only in the band due to having good instruments. The Nomicon then proceeds to give the lesson that states: "The Wrong Not Righted Pays Back Tenfold". Randy misinterprets it as Levander being the one who owes them tenfold for his success and informs Howard to get ready for the performance.
When night falls in Levander's dressing room of the amphitheatre, once away from everyone he reveals that he has been under the influence of the Sorcerer's blue stank which also allowed to he be a better guitar player and is plotting revenge. When Randy and Howard arrive at the performance, dressed in Rock outfits, they are greeted by Levander's fans and a shocked Heidi.
Levander shows up and tells them to get on stage. Just before they begin, Levander stops the performance and takes his revenge by kicking the two out of the band and kicks them off the stage, in front of the audience, embarrassing them. Levander reveals that his plan was to get famous, reform the band just so he could kick them out, like they did to him.
Howard is impressed with his scheming. Randy starts questioning how Levander became famous when his playing is terrible. Levander starts playing his guitar harder and harder until the blue stank in his guitar transforms him into a fully stanked monster.
Stanked Levander begin destroying the Amphitheatre with energy shooting out from his guitar causing the audience to run away. Randy shows up as the Ninja and finds that Levander is too strong. He uses his Ninja Rage with his keytar to attack, but it wasn't strong enough. Finally, Randy realizes what the Nomicon meant with its lesson. Randy and Howard caused this when they kicked Levander, so they have to right their wrong.
Randy lets himself get hit, so he could detransform. Once in his normal clothes, he gets his keytar and tells Howard that they have to perform with him. The two manage to get Levander to play with them. While performing Levander is free from his malicious intent and reverts back to normal.
Towards the end, Randy and Howard perform at Greg's Game Hole as they promised, featuring a now no longer famous Levander, but just before they start, the power short circuits and the lights go out.
The Wrong not Righted pays back Ten Fold.
- The title is based on the song "Unchain My Heart" by Ray Charles (and covered by the Rivingtons, Trini Lopez, Joe Cocker, the Bobs, George Williams, and others) or possibly the song "Un-Break My Heart" by Toni Braxton.
- Blue Stank is introduced in this episode.
- Running Gag:
- Howard criticizing Randy's counting.
- 30 Seconds to Math returns for the first time in season 2.
- When Randy puts on eyeliner on his eyes is reference to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.
- Howard's hairstyle resembles that of the Super Saiyan from the anime Dragon Ball.
- Levander is voiced by Danny Pudi and Randy (of course) by Ben Schwartz; since 2017 the two have played the Duck brothers Huey and Dewey, respectively, on Disney's re-booted DuckTales.
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