What if Robbie uses disguises for more than just trying to trick the children and chase Sportacus out of Lazytown? What if he wears them to the local coffee shop and anywhere else around town too because he doesn’t feel comfortable being Robbie Rotten to buy groceries?
Imagine, during one of Robbie’s errand runs, that he runs into Sportacus. Sportacus, who always recognizes Robbie despite the disguises, realizes that this is one time that Robbie isn’t trying to be, well, Rotten. So they start talking. It’s nice. Robbie is feeling confident enough in this disguise to even flirt with Sportacus. But then Sportacus straight (hah) up asks disguised!Robbie out on a date and Robbie agrees.
Cue Robbie starting to live a double life as his disguised self that dates Sportacus and then his usual disguises and self. Robbie begins to feel so guilty that he’s tricking Sportacus while out on dates, especially since he’s having such a nice time dating Sportacus. Sportacus asks if he wants to become a serious couple and Robbie dramatically rips off the disguise only for Sportacus to grin and ask again if Robbie would like to become a serious couple.