In "Ralph Breaks the Internet", the characters are depicted as being a part of an arcade game within an arcade, and during out of hours time they live a secret life behind a power-board where they hop between the different games in the arcade as if they were properties.
When Vanellope's game breaks, the game is almost immediately unplugged leaving all the characters essentially homeless. Ralph decides to sneak into the wireless router that has recently been plugged into the power-board, and several times he clearly states that there are numerous days before Vanellope's game is to be scrapped in which they have to find the elusive part that will fix her arcade game.
My question is what happened to Ralph's game during the time he was inside the Internet? Was his game in danger of being scrapped aswell? It seems like a strange plot hole that he has freedom to do stuff without consequence, while everyone else has to put in their shift.