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  • Dr. Blowhole: Lemur, this is your master, the all-powerful Dr. Blowhole. Listen closely, this is what you must do. Tomorrow, you will find the Penguins. They will suspect nothing. You will approach them with...
  • King Julien: Penguins! Prepare to be dazzled and amazed by my mind-reader!
  • Kowalski: Mind-reading is pure science fiction, like flying saucers, time machines, and tofu.
  • King Julien: You will not be dis believable mind-reading machinery for long! Maurice, bring me my mind-reader.
  • Maurice: Yes, Your Majesty!
  • King Julien: Maurice, ask me something only you know!
  • Maurice: Uh... um, okay. What's the secret ingredient in your morning smoothie?
  • King Julien: There's a secret ingredient?! Wait, wait! I will mind-read it from your mind. It's... it's... mangos! Oh ho ho, how delicious!
  • Skipper: You just guessed that. Try me!
  • King Julian: Eh, you harbor a secret passion for flamingos and knitting tea cozies. You also think Kowalski's sardine sandwiches are locking in the mustard department.
  • Kowalski: I do skimp on the mustard, it's true... it's ALL TRUE!
  • Maurice: Well, ah, aheh, now that the secret's out. I guess I find a new secret ingredient.
  • King Julien: No! You will not be changing my secret-ingredient smoothies! Maurice, I have to have one right now!
  • Maurice: Uh-oh. I got some bad news, King Julien. I used the last of our mangos when I made your smoothie this morning.
  • King Julien: Noooooo! You are lying! Please say you are lying. GASP! It's the truth! How can this be?! I finally learned the secret of the delicious smoothies and now there are no more! The three of you must get me more mango smoothies or the secret ingredient in the secret-ingreident smoothies won't be the only secret of yours I share!
  • Maurice: You heard King Julien. He needs four mangos.
  • Skipper: Normally, we wouldn't negotiate with --
  • King Julien: Eh, Skipper? Why don't I tell everyone why you're not allowed in Denmark? Hmm?
  • Private: You're not going to let Julien blackmail us like that are you?
  • Skipper: Boys, move out! Double time! Commence Operation: Mango Mash.
  • Maurice: King Julien just needs 4 mangos for his smoothies.
  • Kowalski: Using my Matter Translocator. I've made things a bit easier for us by developing some of my inventions. They should allow us to reach areas we wouldn't regularly be able access and we'll be able to collect these mangos in half the time.
  • Skipper: Fall out!
  • Maurice: Great. That's 1 down and 3 more to go. Keep looking - I know you can get 3 more mangos for me. Thanks. I just need 2 more mangos. Halfway there. That's 3 down and 1 more to go. You know where I'll be when you find the last one. Only 1 more to go!
  • Private: La la la la la la.
  • Marlene: Oh man, oh man. I know one is around here somewhere.
  • Private: What is it Marlene? Did you lose something?
  • Marlene: No, I didn't lose anything. It's the chameleons. They escaped from the chameleon house. They keep popping out startling me.
  • Private: Oh? I see one!
  • Marlene: Oh, heh, heh... really funny.
  • Private: Hey, look! I found a chameleon! Hey, Skipper, there's a chameleon right here!
  • Maurice: Four's a charm. Now I can make King Julien's smoothie and all of our secrets will be safe - heh, at least for the moment.
  • Marlene: So, what's going on? Did you guys lose a bet or something?
  • Skipper: Just a little bit of old-fashioned mind-reading and blackmail. Nothing serious. Move along!
  • Marlene: Whoa! Mind-reading? Uh, let me guess: Julien has 'read your mind' and is going to spill your secrets unless you do what he says?
  • Kowalski: Oh, apparently, Marlene has a mind-reading device, too.
  • Skipper: We can't take chances. Do you think 3 mangos are enough?
  • Rico: Blwach.
  • Marlene: 3 mangos? Ugh... that's more like 33 mangos.
  • King Julien: My mangos, yeah! Wait! There are so many mangos! Why stop at smoothies? Eh? Let's have a Mango Mash instead! Maurice, help the Penguins set up a Mango Mash party for us!
  • Maurice: Sure thing, King Julien. Say, Penguins, I'm gonna need some decorations.
  • Marlene: You're not seriously going to fetch decorations for Jilien's little party?
  • Skipper: Of course not, it ends now!
  • King Julien: Eh, is that protesting I am hearing? Do I need to ReMIND you?
  • Skipper: Decorations, coming up!
  • Maurice: We just need 3 Party Decorations for King Julien's Mango Mash party.
  • Private: How do we get across this huge gap?
  • Skipper: Step aside, Private - this one is a job for me!
  • Private: Incredible aerials, Skipper!
  • Skipper: Hold tight, Private - I'll find a way to help your across. Skipper ten, chameleons zero! Does this look like a Party Decoration to you, Private?
  • Maurice: Great. That's 1 down and 2 more to go.
  • Skipper: Rico!? Kowalski!?
  • Kowalski: Go on without us!
  • Skipper: Nonsense! No man gets left behind.
  • Maurice: Perfect. I just need 1 more.
  • Skipper: With my brains and your brawn, freeing Rico and Kowalski should be like taking candy from a lemur. Objective achieved, boys! Now let's just get this back to Maurice so Julien can have his Mango Mash party. Alright, Maurice, here's your last thingie-ma-doodle.
  • Maurice: Thanks for your help, Penguins, and not a moment too soon!
  • King Julien: Maurice! Where is my throne? Ahh! A king cannot participate in the most wonderful Mango Mash without a throne!
  • Maurice: Uh, I saw a repairman take it away, King Julien.
  • King Julien: They must have dropped it in pieces and spread it around the zoo. Maybe the Penguins can help find the pieces and rebuild it. Here, I have a picture of it!
  • Skipper: No.
  • King Julien: Denmark.
  • Kowalski: That looks a bit different than I remember.
  • Skipper: We're in a different predicament, boys. Commence Operation: Royal Flush. That looks like our way in, boys. But I can't get over that gap with all that stuff blocking my way. Kowalski, options!
  • Kowalski: We could construct a laser-guided ram box lifter out a subway car, a thousand pounds of plutonium and some Bavarian flavor crystals.
  • Skipper: No time for that, Kowalski. I need to get up there now!
  • Kowalski: Well, I suppose Rico should be able to blast that debris out of the way.
  • Rico: Uh, uh, yeah, yeah, yeah!
  • Kowalski: Blast it, a dead end!
  • Skipper: Penguins don't know the meaning of the word dead or end! Private, scout around!
  • Private: Private, ready for action! This looks like a job for me!
  • Skipper: Good work! Now see if you can find a way for the rest of us to get through! Skipper, reporting for duty!
  • Private: I do hope there aren't any badgers in here. Hey, Skipper, there's a chameleon right here!
  • Skipper: Skipper, ready and able!
  • Private: Private, good to go!
  • Skipper: Skipper here! Up there!
  • Kowalski: We should be able to use those supplies to build Operation: Mango Mash's thron elevator.
  • Skipper: It's too high to jump to. I'll let you figure this one out, Private.
  • Private: Oh, oh I found one!
  • Skipper: The Mango Mash better be worth it.
  • Private: Oh dear, it doesn't look like we'll be able to move this, Skipper.
  • Skipper: Kowalski, analysis.
  • Kowalski: To move this box would take the might of at least four Penguins.
  • Skipper: You heard the man, boys. Fall in!
  • Private: Private, good to go!
  • Skipper: Skipper, ready for action.
  • Maurice: This place is a mess! We can't begin the Mango Mash until it's cleaned up!
  • King Julien: I am demanding to know who is responsible for the messiness! Mort, I am holding you responsible! What do you have to say all these messes I have made?
  • Mort: Mort is sorry that King Julien is messy.
  • King Julien: Penguins, you will finish building my throne and clean up the area for the Mango Mash. I need it spotless and I see tons of junky junk lying around.
  • Mort: Oh, but clean up is Mort's job!
  • Skipper: Back off, sad eyes, or I'll give you something to be sad about, Rico!
  • Rico: Hep - blooowwaap!
  • Skipper: Okay, boys. Just clean up the area and we are done.
  • Private: Skipper, I think that Julien is up to something.
  • Skipper: He is, indeed. He's up to some good old-fashioned blackmail.
  • Private: No, I, uh... Well, I think it's something else. Oh, I don't know...
  • Kowalski: Kowalski here, with science! You never know what goodies you'll find. Kowalski, at your service! How did all of this get here, anyway?
  • Private: Private ready! Um, Kowalski? Are you sure this is right?
  • Kowalski: Absolutely, it looks just like Julien's picture.
  • Private: I'm not so sure about this...
  • King Julien: Oh, by the way - one more thing, if you could...
  • Skipper: Ah, what is it?
  • King Julien: We need more guests. Some of my bestest friends are missing. Can you bring them back? They are very soft and cuddly and have a zomboe-like stare. My guests will not be finding their way on their own - they aren't that bright, you know.
  • Kowalski: My Matter Transmitter seems to have dispersed some of my inventions in pieces. Well, thankfully, I can reassemble my inventions at my Wacky Workbench. We'll just need to find the three pieces.
  • Skipper: That's an awfully silly name for something designed for serious scientific pursuits.
  • Kowalski: Silly? Albert Wacky, the inventor of the workbench, would beg to disagree.
  • Skipper: Let's go, already!
  • King Julien: Ha ha ha - ahhh. This one is my favorite. Now all of the important guests are present to pay tribute to me and shower me with gifts. Mango mashing mangos, you do it with your feet! Mango mashing mangos, it's a delious treat! Mango mashing mangos, my favorite holiday! Because when I mash the mangos, my feet begin to play - check it out!
  • Marlene: Oh no, I'm not part of this!
  • Private: What happened to the throne we built you?
  • King Julien: Don't know. It disappeared and my old throne auto-magically appeared. It doesn't matter. What matters are my presents! Maurice! Where are my presents? I can have a party without presents!!
  • Maurice: I hate to ask for another favor, but -
  • Skipper: Enough! I don't care what dirt Julien has on us, we're not your servants. Let's go, Penguins.
  • King Julien: Wait! If you don't help is with the Mango Mash, I will be telling everyone about Denmark!
  • Marlene: Oh, come on! Call his bluff, Skipper!
  • Skipper: Do your worst!
  • King Julien: Uh, Denmark is, uh... um... it's inhabited by Vikings.
  • Marlene: See, I knew it! Your mind-reading device is a fake!
  • King Julien: Ahhhh, it is like you are having a mind-reading device! Can we still have a Mango Mash?
  • Marlene: Uhhhhoooa.
  • Private: Skipper, I have a bad feeling about this.
  • Skipper: Everything is fine. I declare Operation: Mango Mash a success!
  • King Julien: Yes, yes, yes! It is the best mango smoothie I have ever had! It's the best Mango Mash ever! I'm not lying! Well hello, Penguins. It is I, King Julien, your king. Oh ha ha ha, I am liking what you have done with the place!
  • Private: We were just concluding a top-secret experiment.
  • Skipper: Top-secret experiments aren't very top-secret if you go and blab it to the whole zoo, Private.
  • King Julien: Oooh, I LOVE secrets! Ha ha! How about you find for me the secret treasure of Lemurkamen?
  • Kowalski: Lemurkamen? That wasn't covered in my world history studies!
  • King Julien: I cannot believe you do not know the story. According to legend, Beestro was an ancient lemur king who ruled all the world. He was the best dancer, and it was his magical treasure that gave him his dancing powers. He put a terrible curse over his treasure against anyone who would try to take it. But since I am king now, that makes me the rightful owner of this magical, making-good-dancing treasure. I simply must have it! And YOU will find it for me!
  • Kowalski: By my calculations, this magical treasure was lost... a long, LONG time ago! Where should we start?
  • King Julien: Easy peasy. Easy peasy. Just use this map to the secret tomb of Lemurkamen.
  • Kowalski: The location of the treasure is right here! Here it is! This appears to be a genuine treasure map!
  • Skipper: Where did you find this?
  • King Julien: Uhh, I don't know. Maurice does the finding. I do the wanting.
  • Skipper: Intriguing. But why not go find it yourself?
  • King Julien: Uh-oh - Ooops! Ha ha! Did I not mention the curse? Ha ha ha! I am not stupid enough to look for the treasure and get cursed! You, however, will be perfect for finding and bringing me my treasure!
  • Skipper: Curseses are for sissies! We'll do it, ringtail. Boys, we've got a lost tomb to find! Well, boys, it looks like we'll have to go through the monkey habitat to get to the tomb.
  • Mason: Pardon me, kind sir, I enquire what exactly you and your compatriots are up to sneaking around my habitat?
  • Skipper: We're no sneaking. We're on a super secret mission.
  • Private: We're looking for hidden lemur treasure.
  • Skipper: Rico!
  • Mason: I say, did you say hidden entrance? We've got at least half a dozen of those in the monkey habitat. Phil knows where they all are.
  • Skipper: Then let's locate that primate.
  • Mason: Phil is just on the other side of the habitat. I'll let him know you're on your way over.
  • Skipper: Reverse formation!
  • Kowalski: Ahhh. Spotless.
  • Skipper: Stack formation, engage!
  • Rico: Rawrg!
  • Mason: Hello, Penguins, up here!
  • Kowalski: There's Phil and Mason and there is a Wacky Workbench. Hmm, since the workbench was translocated maybe I can use science to get us up there.
  • Skipper: Let's find Kowalski some science materials!
  • Private: I'm putting the things I've collected on the Woody Workbench.
  • Rico: Blarhalargh!
  • Skipper: At ease, boys.
  • Kowalski: You never know what goodies you'll find. Kowalski, at your service.
  • Mason: Phil says the secret entrance you are looking for is actually in the chameleon habitat.
  • Private: Oh, but the chameleon habitat has been locked up since the chameleons escaped. There's no way in!
  • Skipper: Kowalski, options!
  • Kowalski: A push from the front is no good. Same goes for the rear. But when you put them together, you have a great dance move.
  • Mason: The chameleon house has a skylight. You could get in through here.
  • Kowalski: That just might work.
  • Skipper: To the roof!
  • Private: Thanks for your help, Phil and Mason!
  • Mason: I'm adding this to the list. You owe me one.
  • Skipper: Hey, Jumbo! We need you to carry us to the roof of that chameleon house, double time!
  • Burt: What? Are you talking to me?
  • Private: Skipper, you can't interrupt tea time!
  • Skipper: Tea time will have to wait. This is urgent business.
  • Burt: My name is Burt and I find being called 'Jumbo' 'insulting!
  • Skipper: Apologies, mammoth.
  • Private: Skipper!
  • Burt: Can't you see I'm eating here?
  • Private: Let me try. Um...
  • Burt: Eating.
  • Skipper: Okay, boys, begin Operation: Wait Patiently!
  • Burt: Ahh. Okay, I'm done eating now. You'll just need to get the gates open so I can get over near the chameleon exhibit.
  • Private: Oh boy, thanks!
  • Burt: Let me help you fellas across.
  • Skipper: Excellent work, elephant. Let's move, boys. Skipper, ready and able!
  • Burt: Oh, great! You opned the gate! Come back across before I move through. See you guys in a bit!
  • Skipper: Attack stack, men!
  • Burt: Hey, guys, that steam is pretty hot. Can you shut it off?
  • Kowalski: There must be a release switch somewhere.
  • Burt: Okay, guys, see you soon!
  • Skipper: Rico, take care of this! Don't panic, men! We just need to get, uh... uh...
  • Private: Burt.
  • Skipper: Right - 'Burt.'
  • Kowalski: Skipper's right! We can use Burt's trunk as a fire hose!
  • Rico: FIRE HOSE!
  • Burt: Do I look like a fire truck to you?!
  • Skipper: Burt, there you are. We need to use your trunk.
  • Burt: I can't move until you turn off the steam.
  • Skipper: Okay, Burt, hang on. I'll get the guys! Okay, elephant, make it rain!
  • Burt: You got it, Penguin.
  • Skipper: Well, here we are, boys. One step closer to completing our mission. Burt, could you do the honors?
  • Burt: No problem, fellas. Up and over.
  • Private: Thanks, Burt.
  • Skipper: We're in! That treasure is practically ours already! Greetings, lizard neighbor!
  • Kowalski: I'm a bit rusty, but I think I can translate. Hey says 'What is your skee-ball score?' Skipper, what is our skee-ball score? No, no, no, wait. 'What treasure are you looking for?' Ah ha, that makes more sense.
  • Skipper: That's top-secret.
  • Kowalski: He says 'That's too bad popcorn taxi... cloud?' No, wait a minute. He said,

That's too bad, I could have helped you.' Ha, ha.

  • Private: Wait up! Do you know where the entrance to the tomb is?
  • Skipper: Kowalski, what did he say?
  • Kowalski: I didn't think they had a color for that word. I don't think he's going to help us, Skipper.
  • Skipper: Nonsense. Come on, boys, let's catch up to that lizard!
  • Rico: Arghagargh.
  • Kowalski: Hmmmm.
  • Skipper: Skipper, ready and able!
  • Private: They're faster than they look, eh, Skipper?
  • Skipper: Excellent observation, Private. We'll need to approach this a different way... Now what I had in mind, Rico. But, I like where your head's at. We've got you now, lizard. Now tell us where the tomb entrance is.
  • Private: The timb is in the... sewer?
  • Rico: Blwaak, P.U.
  • Skipper: Fall in, boys. If going through the sewer is what the mission calls for, then that's exactly what we're gonna do.
  • Kowalski: That's not funny.
  • Roger: Help, help! Oh, thank goodness! I thought I'd be stuck here forever!
  • Private: Roger, what's going on?
  • Roger: I'm trapped is what's going on!
  • Private: But, what happened?!
  • Roger: Just get me out of here and I'll tell you!
  • Kowalski: If we can find all 3, yes, I should be able to decipher the lock code. Alright, Roger, I've connected all the necessary wiring. Just pull that lever to open the ate.
  • Roger: Right through here. Thanks again!
  • Private: No prob;em - ahhhhhhhh!
  • Roger: Seriously, I'm not getting any younger. Guys?
  • Kowalski: Huh, I seem to have fallen into an ancient lemur control room. I will need to investigate this carefully.
  • Skipper: Ancient Lemur writing. What does that mean? Kowalski, options. Kowalski...?
  • Kowalski: Ahh, looks like this switch control changes writing somehow.
  • Private: Do you feel that?
  • Rico: Ahhh.
  • Skipper: Yes, and it is surprisingly refreshing.
  • King Julien: Ohh - it's just you know, the departing souls of long-lost treasure hunter. No big deal. Mauricer, distract them y letting them haunt you instead of me!
  • Skipper: Nothing my men and I can't handle, ringtail! Wait! Ringtail!? How did you get down here?!
  • King Julien: Heh, I took the emergency exit, silly goose.
  • Kowalski: How did we miss that?
  • Rico: I dunno.
  • King Julien: Your King commands you to go into the spooky place and find my treasure.
  • Private: Why don't you come with us?
  • King Julien: The King does not have time to do the commands he commands. The commands are for his loyal subjects. Come, Maurice. We have other kingly matters to attend to.
  • Maurice: Kingly matters? Like what?
  • King Julien: Like YOU making me a mango smoothie while I sit on my throne waiting for my treasure. Hurry, Penguins! Find my treasure and bring it to me before I get bored and want something else.
  • Kowalski: I have a bad feeling about this.
  • Skipper: Bad feelings are your gut's way of telling you that you're entering a cursed tomb. Kowalski, Rico, Private?
  • Rico: Blaaa.
  • Kowalski: I can hear you, but I can't see you. Private, are you there?
  • Private: I'm here. Shaken, but okay overall.
  • Skipper: Everyone, make for the exit!
  • Private: Fish and chips. We found it! The treasure of Lemurkamen!
  • Kowalski: Special analysis of the treasure reveals that everything in here is plated with gold. Gold-plated statues, gold-plated goblets, gold-plated... plates.
  • Private: Ohhh, it's adorable little gold teddy bear!
  • Skipper: Even the gold is gold-plated. Good job, boys! The ringtail had some excellent intel. I was expecting to just get some free scenario training, but it looks like we it the mother lode!
  • Private: How do we decide which treasure is best?
  • Kowalski: My money's on the Crystal Staff sitting over there.
  • Dr. Blowhole: I'll save you that work, Penguins!
  • Skipper: Blowhole!
  • Dr. Blowhole: One and the same. What's he doing here? Since you won't live to do anything about it, I'll tell you. I planted the map with the lemurs. It was all so you would clear the path to this: the key to my most recent ultimate plan!
  • Skipper: The Crystal Staff!
  • Dr. Blowhole: Exactly, foolish penguins... Ahhhh! Cave-in! Though I love long-winded soliloquies, I'm afraid I must leave before the ceiling caves in. Farewell, Penguins! Oh, and I'll be taking THIS! Enjoy the rest of eternity, Penguin!
  • Private: The ceiling is collapsing!
  • Skipper: Tactical retreat!
  • Rico: Ooh, kaboom, kaboom?
  • Private: There's the exit!
  • Skipper: Double time, men!
  • Private: ...and that is how we narrowly escaped the self-destructing chamber.
  • King Julien: But I don't care if you made it out. I just care if you brought me the treasure! Where is the lovely treasure that you are bringing me?
  • Kowalski: I'm afraid these treasures of Lemurkamen were buried under hundreds of tons of earth.
  • Skipper: And Dr. Blowhole took off with the best treasure anyway -- and the map.
  • King Julien: No, no, no! You must go back and dig out Lemurkamen's treasure! You know, his beloved teddy bear.
  • Private: I thought the king's most treasured possession was the Crystal Staff?
  • King Julien: I want the teddy bear!
  • Mort: I can be your teddy bear.
  • Private: Um, do you mean this teddy bear?
  • King Julien: Oooh, here it is! A limited edition, ancient lemur treasure! I can't believe I was actually going to let Mort be my teddy bear.
  • Mort: Awwwww.
  • King Julien: You Penguins are the bestest! You saved my Pookles! It's time for a Pookles party! Pookles, Pookles party! Pookles, Pookles party! Who's the bestest Pookles? Pookles, Pookles that's who!
  • Private: I guess it wasn't a total loss, eh, Skipper?
  • Kowalski: We'll stop Blowhole next time.
  • Rico: Reeg fu meeg chu.
  • Skipper: You know what, boys, you're right. We survived a curse, a collapsing treasure cave, and a crazy dolphin! This isn't the end, just the beginning! Time?
  • Private: T minus 5 seconds until zoo closure.
  • Skipper: Kowalski, what is the zoo patron status?
  • Kowalski: They're converging on the front gates just as predicted. Rico, is everything pepped for our exit strategy?
  • Rico: Uh-huh. Waf a sdade.
  • Private: The last patron has just left the gate.
  • Skipper: Great, how much time does this leave us for Operation: Badger Drop?
  • Kowalski: 17 hours.
  • Skipper: Kowalski, run down the timetable one more time.
  • Kowalski: 5:35 - Flight departs to Saskatchewan. 10:10 - Arrive in Saskatchewan. 1:30 - Badger trapped and sedated. 2:45 - Stop and watch the sailboats. 4:30 - Catch flight back to New York. 9:55 - Release the badger.
  • Skipper: Like clockwork, and all with 5 minutes to spare! Alright, boys, let's go!
  • Kowalski: Wait a minute! I have a movement!
  • Private: Bad news, Skipper, it's Alice. She's right outside and she's not moving!
  • Kowalski: We'll never make our flight.
  • Skipper: Go to plan B.
  • Kowalski: This was plan B.
  • Skipper: Ok, uh, plan C then.
  • Rico: Mig adop, bub adee.
  • Skipper: Abort Operation: Badger Drop. Blast it! If we can't sneak out of the zoo long enough to accomplish an easy mission like Operation: Badger Drop., we won't stand a chance when Dr. Blowhole makes his next move!
  • Kowalski: What we need are stand-ins. Like so... Gentlemen, we are going to construct robot penguin stand-ins. Their lifelike behaviors should fool even the keenest observer. Look, they can even feed on robotic fish - sold separately, batteries not included.
  • Skipper: They look just like us! Brilliant, Kowalski!
  • Kowalski: I'll just need a few basic supplies to get started. Anyone know where I can find a catalytic converter?
  • Rico: Hu bhuuwaa!
  • Private: We can get all this other stuff in the city!
  • Skipper: Commence Operation: Uncanny Valley!
  • King Julien: Maurice, where are the Penguins? I have important kingly commands for them!
  • Maurice: I don't see 'em, King Julien. I don't think they're here. I'm not sure it's a good idea to go through their things while they're not here.
  • King Julien: If they did not want me to see this, then why would have locked it away!
  • Maurice: You mean like the locks we broke to get in here?
  • King Julien: Are these plans for making robot lemurs, Maurice? You must build me some root lemurs!
  • Maurice: Uh, I'm not so sure those are lemurs.
  • King Julien: Heh, it is easy. Look, you just follow the plans!
  • Maurice: But-
  • King Julien: There are no buts in "Yes, King Julien, I will build you a robot.
  • Mason: Well, well, well. Back again, are we?
  • Skipper: We are indeed, simian, on official Penguin business.
  • Mason: Oh, on another top-secret mission, are we?
  • Kowalski: We need to get out of the zoo and out into the park by launching over your back wall.
  • Mason: Launching, you say?
  • Kowalski: In a Penguin-apult.
  • Private: It's a catapult for Penguins.
  • Mason: Well, well. I must see this.
  • Skipper: Excellent landing - and they say our clippers are useless.
  • Kowalski: Just on the other side of the park there should be all sorts of robot building supplies.
  • Skipper: I'll just leave this junk here for Kowalski. Our car is out of control!
  • Kowalski: How did all of this get here, anyway?
  • Rico: Dropped.
  • Kowalski: Supplies dropped off. We need to collect the body cases and a set of spatulas before I can even start construction.
  • Skipper: I know where we can find a whole bunch of spatulas.
  • Private: And I bet we can find something for the body cases somewhere downtown!
  • Kowalski: More supplies deployed.
  • Private: I'll just set things for Kowalski.
  • Kowalski: All this standing around is an excellent opportunity to plot my next move. Ahhh. Spotless.
  • Skipper: Well done, boys. We're halfway there.
  • Private: Oh, look! Looks like the head for the Skipper robot from Kowalski's plans.
  • Kowalski: Ahh, yes. The toaster head manifold. Once we collect that, we'll have half the parts we need. Just what I need to build the robots.
  • Skipper: If my math is correct, I believe I can push that box with you on it, Rico!
  • Rico: OKAY!
  • Kowalski: You'll never know what goodies you'll find.
  • Skipper: You found a chameleon! Line up, men, this will take all of us! Another robot piece down. That's all the pieces, men. Fine work. Back to headquarters, double time.
  • Kowalski: If anyone needs me, I'll be building the robots. Behold! Our robotic twins! I even had time to add optional Wi-Fi access and GPS integration.
  • Private: I can't tell which one is me and which one is the fake-me!
  • Kowalski: And now I activate them!
  • Robot Penguin: Destroy, destroy!
  • Robot Penguin 2: I comply!
  • Private: Are they supposed to be doing that?
  • Kowalski: Technically speaking... no. Um, Skipper, options?
  • Skipper: We have to stop those metal monstrosities! After them!
  • Private: This looks like a job for me!
  • Kowalski: Hey! Isn't this the staff's responsibility? Fantastic, my robots' laser optics are working perfectly! Their lasers seem a bit, um, dangerous.
  • Skipper: Kowalski, next time you build rampaging robots, maybe you could build friendlier rampaging robots.
  • Private: Look, it's Jiggles!
  • Kowalski: Jiggles!
  • Skipper: I thought you were destroyed that monstrosity!
  • Kowalski: Oh, I could never do that to my fuzzy wuzzy googy poo!
  • Skipper: Great! Now we have two out of control inventions to deal with!
  • Kowalski: Nonsense. Jiggles is very well-behaved since I house-trained him. And he could just come in handy. If we can get Jiggles in the path of our robot doubles, he should make quick work of them.
  • Private: We could use these clothes as a disguise!
  • Skipper: Ahh, the art of deception, there is no gallery good enough for you. Stack up, boys. We should be able to sneak about totally undetected. Skipper's log. 0200 hours. My men and I are about to take on a very difficult mission. We have to get that green monster in the path of four robot monsters. The battle will be horrific. I can hardly wait.
  • Rico: Grawrg!
  • Skipper: There's one of the chameleons! My, my, Jiggles. You are hungry. Two more and they are taken care of. Looks like the hunters have become our prey! Well done, giant lime gleatin monster. One more to go! And stay out! Well, well, well. Our once giant green menace has turned into a giant green asset. Well done!
  • Kowalski: I'm so proud.
  • Skipper: Now that those menaces are taken care of, I think you've learned a valuable lesson, Kowalski. There are some things that science is simply not supposed to tamper with.
  • Kowalski: If only I knew why they malfunctioned...
  • Private: I shudder to think about what could have happened.
  • King Julien: Now we see who the best robot builders are! The penguin robots went crazy and got eaten by a jelly monster. Not very good. Behold the robot lemur! We used Mort for parts!
  • Mort: Beep beep beep, yay! I am a robot!
  • King Julien: Penguins! I am in need of your television!
  • Skipper: Hey! This is a top-secret facility for --
  • King Julien: 'Offical, authorized use only,' blah blah - I know, I know.
  • Skipper: What's wrong with your television?
  • King Julien: Some stupid dolphin has taken over every station. He says that he wants something from the king, which is me, but I cannot be bothered right now. It is my 'me-time,' you see.
  • Skipper: Dolphin? Taken over every station?! I only know of one dolphin capable of that. Rico!
  • Dr. Blowhole: ...My demands are simple. Accept me as your overlord, or you will be crushed by my chrome-clawed minions! Do not try to adjust your signal, for I have taken over all the world's transmission stations. Again, I repeat, my demands are simple.
  • King Julien: Ahhhhh! I want to be watching my stories! Who does this guy think he is?!
  • Skipper: Kowalski!
  • Kowalski: I'm already running a trace on the signal, Skipper. In the meantime, we can analyze the playback for clues.
  • Dr. Blowhole: Accept me as your overlord, or you will be crushed by my chrome-clawed minions!
  • Skipper: Hold up! Stop the tape! Right there!
  • Kowalski: Affirmative.
  • Skipper: Zoom. Enhance. Zoom. Enhance! Zoom.
  • Kowalski: Skipper, she can't zoom much more! I'm giving her all she's got!
  • Skipper: Just give me maximum zoom!
  • Kowalski: Maximum zoom achieved!
  • Skipper: Enhance... There...
  • Private: What is it?
  • Skipper: Never mind, that's just a map of New York. He could be anywhere.
  • Kowalski: Not just everywhere, Skipper. Look.
  • Private: It's a 'Here You Are' dot!
  • Skipper: What if he moves? Kowalski, options!
  • Kowalski: The Dolphin Positioning System is just what we need. It's like a GPS, but for dolphins!
  • Private: Oh, DPS then.
  • Skipper Alright, boys. It's time to roll out! This time we end it! Commence Operation: Dolphin Disruption!
  • Kowalski: The DPS clearly indicates that we can reach Blowhole through an access tunnel on the other side of Burt's enclosure.
  • Burt: You again? I suppose you need my help again. Where do you need to get to this time?
  • Skipper: The access panel on the other side of your enclosure.
  • Burt: Well, okay, but this is the last time.
  • Private: Wow! Thanks again, Burt!
  • Burt: Well, okay, but this is the last time.
  • Private: Hello? Skipper? Rico? Kowalski?
  • Skipper: Private, is that you?
  • Marlene: Help, help! I'm trapped! Somebody help me!
  • Private: Marlene?
  • Skipper: No, it's me, Skipper.
  • Marlene: I don't think he was talking to you. I think he was talking to me.
  • Skipper: Oh! Hi, Marlene.
  • Marlene: Hello, Skipper.
  • Skipper: Look, Private, you are the smallest and most maneuverable, so it's up to you to rescue Marlene and get us out of here.
  • Private: Aye aye, Skipper!
  • Rico: Graaa!
  • Kowalski: This suit should make you invulnerable to all traps and hazards, Private.
  • Marlene: Private, wooh, am I glad to see you! Can you get me out of here?
  • Private: I sure can. But, Marlene, what are you doing down here?
  • Marlene: I was otter-napped by a dolphin and some lobsters.
  • Private: Oh! When will Blowhole's evil end?!
  • Marlene: You know him!?
  • Rico: Rawrghargh!
  • Marlene: Thanks for the help, guys! You're looking for the dolphin, right? I will open the way for you.
  • Private: Thanks for the help, Marlene.
  • Skipper: Here we are, boys. The lair of the diabolical Dr. Blowhole - and it looks like he has some sort of laser defense system! Kowalski, options.
  • Kowalski: Ahh, I think I have just the thing. Behold my patented laser-defecting Penguin suit... One size fits most.
  • Skipper: Looks a bit small. More like, one size fits Private. Private, you have to put this on and then you should be able to get past Blowhole's defenses.
  • Private: Got it... I'll put it on if everyone would just stop for a second.
  • Skipper: What do you mean 'stop for a second'?
  • Kowalski: All this standing around is an excellent opportunity to plot my next move.
  • Skipper: There he is, boys! Quick! We almost have him captured!
  • Dr. Blowhole: Well, well, Penguins. So close, but far too slow. Sadly, you will still fail.
  • Skipper: Says you, Blowhole.
  • Dr. Blowhole: Tut tut, Skipper, it is Dr. Blowhole. I didn't get a PhD in Global Domination to be called Mr. Blowhole.
  • Kowalski: Ah, this should do it.
  • Skipper: Kowalski, status report.
  • Kowalski: Just a little surprise for our mammal friend.
  • Dr. Blowhole: So, Penguins, it seems you succeeded in making it to the nerve center of my secret lair. Sadly, you are too late, for I have already set my plan into motion!
  • Skipper: Quick, while he's talking, sabotage his plan!
  • Dr. Blowhole: I knew you'd try something like that! I knew you'd wait for me to start revealing my plans and then stop me while I'm still talking. So I planned ahead and triggered my doomsday machine an hour ago!
  • Skipper: Then why is the world still intact?
  • Dr. Blowhole: Wait for it... wait for it... It IS taking longer than usual. Haargh. Wait here while I go see what's wrong with it.
  • Skipper: Now's our chance, boys! Well done, boys. Now it's just clean up time. Private, round up those lobsters! Kowalski, see if you can hack his computer system. Rico, blow something up.
  • Dr. Blowhole: No fair! Four against one!
  • King Julien: Heh! More like, a whole bunch against one! Go to Mort! Attack!
  • Mort: I am vicious! Rawr!
  • Skipper: Good job with the sabotage, boys! But I think it's time for us to get out of here!
  • Maurice: Whoa! I didn't think we were gonna make it out of there.
  • Skipper: Well, that's because you've never been on an operation with the best-trained, most prepared elite Penguin squad in the world.
  • Private: You really think so, Skipper?
  • Skipper: Absolutely, Private. With a razor-sharp teamwork like that, Blowhole didn't stand a chance.
  • Private: Speaking of Blowhole, did anyone see that happened with him?
  • Skipper: I don't think we'll need to worry about Blowhole for a long time.
  • Mort: Who is a bad fish?
  • Dr. Blowhole: I told you, I am a mammal!
  • Mort: Bad fish!
  • Dr. Blowhole: Ahhhhh!