Penguins!

Penguins!

S02E22 - Huffin' and Puffin'

25.1. 07:00
Paramount Network
25 minutes
2010

Skipper's old puffin enemy Hans comes to the zoo, claiming to be interested in friendship while really seeking to steal the penguins' lair for himself. While it has not aired in the United States, the episode aired with "The Penguin Stays in the Picture" on YTV (in Canada) on April 17, 2010 and again on May 1, 2010.

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S02E02

It's About Time

3.2. 01:40, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

It's About Time

Kowalski travels back in time to prevent himself from building a time machine.

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S02E04

In The Line Of Doody

4.2. 01:15, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

In The Line Of Doody

In anticipation of the arrival of the zoo commissioner, a security detail quickly examines the zoo and its animals for threats. But as they leave, Skipper believes that the agents have done an inadequate job, so he and the other penguins take it upon themselves to ensure the zoo is safe for the commissioner's arrival to cut the ribbon on a new children's zoo. In doing so, they soon uncover that a pigeon, Frankie, has plotted to "drop one" on the commissioner's suit in retaliation for his implementation of anti-pigeon park regulations. Skipper then tells the other penguins about how he had failed to act under similar circumstances when the previous commissioner had been attacked with bird droppings containing blueberries, vowing to not let the same happen again. The penguins then chase after Frankie, with Skipper flying through the air using a jet-pack, but the pigeon soon ends up releasing his blueberry-infused vendetta. Skipper dives in and takes the hit for the commissioner, and his team is horrified at the resulting look of their leader. Fortunately, however, Skipper reveals that he was wearing a "pigeon-proof vest" as he pulls it off his body. The vest is soon launched at Frankie via a makeshift cannon, resulting in the pigeon suffering the same fate he had intended for the commissioner.

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S02E06

Hard Boiled Eggy

4.2. 01:40, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

Hard Boiled Eggy

While the penguins are engaged in a training exercise, Eggy the duckling enters the HQ, acting in a commando-like fashion. His mother soon locates him there, and tells the penguins that Eggy has been behaving that way ever since their egg-watching adventure. As requested by Eggy's mother, the penguins agree to work with Eggy to convince him that he is not suited to engage in their para-military operations. But when he persists in desiring to become a commando, Skipper leads Eggy to believe that he needs to have a "Penguin Commando License" in order to partake in their operations, and that being able to tackle all the zoo has to offer is requisite for obtaining such. Although briefly successful, this plan soon backfires when Eggy begins to take down all the zoo animals, using the specialized characteristics of each of the penguins that he had learned from them while still in the egg state. Eventually, Julien is the last animal that Eggy had not yet beaten, and thus the only thing standing between him and his "license." But Julien, upon learning that "[his] J.J." (Eggy) wanted to become a penguin, begins dancing to music, and Eggy fails to bring him down as a result. Eggy is then cured of his commando desires but, to the dismay of the penguins, now has taken up Julien's behaviors.

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S02E23

Invention Intervention

1.2. 01:40, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

Invention Intervention

After a series of gadget malfunctions, Skipper orders Kowalski to stop inventing.

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S02E24

Cradle and All

2.2. 01:15, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

Cradle and All

When a baby stroller rolls outside the zoo, the penguins redefine the term "daycare."

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S02E25

Driven to the Brink

2.2. 01:40, Nicktoons, 25 minutes

Driven to the Brink

The penguins' car seems to have a mind of its own after Rico rebuilds it.

S02E28

Hot Ice

4.2. 07:30, Paramount Network, 25 minutes

Hot Ice

Two thieves stash a very expensive diamond necklace at the zoo.

S02E29

Command Crisis

4.2. 07:55, Paramount Network, 35 minutes

Command Crisis

After getting a kid's balloon back, Skipper mentions something about The Big One. He explains he has been waiting for it to come for months and he hid some plans in a remote area of the zoo for when the big one comes. But it is revealed that they are building a children's zoo on the spot he hid the plans, so now they try to get the plans before The Big One Comes. But Skipper then starts acting like a news reporter. Can Skipper stop acting like a reporter, and can they get the plans in time before the Big One comes?

S02E30

Truth Ache

4.2. 08:30, Paramount Network, 30 minutes

Truth Ache

Private accidentally drinks Kowalski's truth serum and starts spilling the penguin's secrets to the rest of the zoo.

S02E31

The All Nighter Before Christmas

5.2. 07:26, Paramount Network, 34 minutes

The All Nighter Before Christmas

When the zoo closes for the Christmas holiday, the animals gather to begin work on Kidsmas, their annual holiday festivities mainly designed to delight the younger animals. Each animal is assigned a Kidsmas preparation task to perform, but Julien, desiring a different one, rearranges each animals' task.

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About show

Czech Czech
2010

The Penguins of Madagascar is an American CGI animated television series airing on Nickelodeon. It stars nine characters from the DreamWorks Animation animated film Madagascar: The penguins Skipper, Kowalski, Private, and Rico; the lemurs King Julien, Maurice, and Mort; and Mason and Phil the chimpanzees. Characters new to the series include Marlene the otter and a zookeeper named Alice. It is the first Nicktoon produced with DreamWorks Animation.

A pilot episode, "Gone in a Flash", aired as part of "Superstuffed Nicktoons Weekend" on November 29, 2008, and The Penguins of Madagascar became a regular series on March 28, 2009. The series premiere drew 6.1 million viewers, setting a new record as the most-watched premiere.

Although the series occasionally alludes to the rest of the franchise, The Penguins of Madagascar does not take place at a precise time within it. McGrath, who is also the co-creator of the film characters, has said that the series takes place "not specifically before or after the movie, I just wanted them all back at the zoo. I think of it as taking place in a parallel universe."