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Otter Things Have Happened (2009)

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Kowalski wanted to test his new invention, the Luv-u-Lator. They needed a guinea pig but Marlene was the closest species. Marlene refuses to tell them who her date is. They find out her date lives in the park. They search for him and they find a box with Fred the Squirrel looking in there. The penguins thought Kowalski's invention was wrong. Marlene actually likes him and she hopes he can play the Spanish guitar. Julien is jealous because he sees Fred walking with Marlene and he thinks Marlene is his girlfriend. Julien tries to settle this by fighting with Fred in the reptile house with sticks. Fred did not know what to do. Julien repeatedly hit himself. Fred accidentally hits Julien with his stick. Marlene and the penguins find Fred and see him fighting with Julien. Marlene then gets mad at Julien and walks away with Fred. Later, Marlene finds out that Fred is stupid and can not play the Spanish guitar. So, she breaks up with him. Fred goes back home and sees Antonio, a muscular, male otter, walking through the bushes. Then, the episode ends with Antonio playing his Spanish guitar. Antonio was Marlene's real date.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of The Penguins of Madagascar episodes (season 1)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.