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The Penguins of Madagascar

Season 1 Episode 8

Penguiner Takes All

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Apr 06, 2009 on Nickelodeon
9.5
out of 10
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28 votes
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The penguins and the lemurs compete in a game of capture the flag.

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  • The penguins and the lemurs compete in a game of capture the flag.

    9.0
    This was a superb episode of POM. I thought it was getting very repetitive that the lemurs kept winning and winning so that's what lowers my score. The plot was about the penguins competing against the lemurs to capture the flag. The parts that I liked were King Julien kept bothering the penguins when he wanted to play capture the flag, King Julien yelling with the microtube,"From now on, I name you, Carlotta" when Julien took Rico's doll, Mort being the TV signal (which is the highlight in this episode), and the last part. Overall, it was a superb episode but it was kinda getting repetitive. 9/10moreless
  • "Gentlemen, commence shaking" xD lol, great episode!

    9.5
    Really good and funny Penguins of Madagascar episode. You would think we would get tired of Penguins vs. Lemurs episodes, but this episode proved that since they can take many turns, their battles will always be fun. It was pretty funny when King Julien was mocking Skipper "mock mock mock", a prove of how his annoyance can be funny a lof times! It was sad to see the penguins lose everything they owned to the lemurs, but it was cool they got EVERYTHING at the end, even Mort! lol. My favorite part of the episode is when they're about to fly and Skipper says "commence shaking" and they all start moving their butts, that was hilarious, loved seeing the fly-less birds actually flying! Overall, awesome episode! Final Score: Amoreless

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