King Julien: Maurice, fetch me the royal thermometer.
Maurice: [Holds up a frozen Mort] Thermometer says...
King Julien: We must ask the sky spirits to turn this freezy wind toasty. Oh, great sky spirits...
[the wind freezes Julien]
Maurice: Maybe you should say pretty please?
Mort: The royal feet are frostbited!
[Hops toward Julien's feet]
Skipper: Kowalski, give me some options for evening out these fierce tans.
Kowalski: I suggest a 180-degree horizontal axis rotation.
Skipper: Right. On my mark, flip.
King Julien: We must thank the sky spirits for providing to us this warm coziness we are now enjoying. If there's ever anything I can do, any...
[Walkie-talkie hits Julien]
Skipper: [Through walkie-talkie] There is something we need you to do.
Maurice: You offered.
King Julien: Uh, Hi, howdy,sky spirits? I never thought you would sound like a testy penguin.
Skipper: Clam up and listen to me?
King Julien: A lot like a testy penguin, actually.
Skipper: Your kingdom is about to blow up in one hour and 47 minutes.
King Julien: Ooh, a vengeful sky spirit!
Skipper: It's me, Skipper, you idi... Will you just listen to me?
Skipper: Listen up, Ringtail. You have one hour and twelve minutes to install that cooling device.
King Julien: Is that including lunch, coffee breaking and the royal siesta?
Skipper: Kowalski's gonna walk you through it, step by step, so you must do exactly what he says.
King Julien: I am royalty! No one can tell me exactly what to do.
Skipper: Then how about you order Kowalski to tell you exactly what to do?
King Julien: Okay, yes. That would work.
King Julien: Mort, now is the time for you to volunteer a little bit.
[Mort is blown away by a spray of steam]
King Julien: [to Maurice] Well, I guess it's all up to...
[Maurice is knocked out by a falling box]
King Julien: ... me?
Private: Skipper, how cold is it?
Kowalski: I'm not certain, but I'd put the over-under at 17 degrees Fahrenheit.
Kowalski: The freezing point of snot.
Private: I've lost all feeling in my left cheek, Skipper.
Skipper: That's my cheek, Private, and it's the right one. But don't worry. This joker can't hold out much longer.
[the professor turns on a space heater]
Skipper: I stand corrected.
Skipper: Kowalski, analysis.
Kowalski: Ankle bracelets with tracking devices. They can monitor our every move.
Skipper: That ain't gonna fly! No one can know our whereabouts at any time, not even us. Rico, hacksaw me!
[Rico hocks out a hacksaw, Skipper catches it]
Private: Skipper, are you going to saw off the bracelet?
Skipper: Bracelet? I was just going to saw off my foot. But you might have something there, Private.
Kowalski: Wait, Skipper! Tamper-proof lining. If you cut the bracelet, it would break and set off the alarm.
Skipper: Well, men, it looks like we've got us a waiting game.
Kowalski: I'm afraid we don't have time to wait, Skipper. We left the air conditioning room before I could install the cooling attachment. Without it, the heat inside the furnace will built up until...
Private: [faints] Oh dear.
Private: The scientist's getting suspicious, Skipper.
Skipper: Enough with the smoke and mirrors! It's time we started acting like penguins!
Private: But we only know the smile-and-wave routine. What else do penguins do?
Skipper: I don't have the faintest.
Alice: So, you study penguins?
Doctor Peary: [unenthusiastic] Yes, it's my passion and my life. This would be an ideal opportunity to study these majestic birds under these antartic conditions.
Alice: Whatever floats your root beer.
Skipper: Private, give me some penguin material.
Private: Okay... first peck on the ground. Now bob your head. Now get a running start, flap your wings and fly away! Oh, wait. That's pigeons.
Maurice: Okay, the cooling device is installed. Now what?
Kowalski: If you open the front panel, you will see seven different colored knobs.
[They open the panel; all the knobs look the same shade of red]
Kowalski: Red, crimson, scarlet, brick, salmon, ruby and rose. It is of utmost importance that you only turn the scarlet knob.