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Operation: Cooties (2010)

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When Marlene comes to the penguins' habitat with leaves she says act as an "organic moisturizer," Private, Kowalski, and Rico rub them over their bodies, as does Marlene. Meanwhile, Julien observes a group of schoolchildren running around, some claiming to have gotten "cooties" from others. This observation soon starts a panic when he, Maurice, and Mort come to the penguins' habitat and report this ailment, which Kowalski concludes is spread by the touch of girls. When the group observes Marlene in Burt's habitat and both of them itching, they infer that the otter has cooties and should be avoided whenever she is around. When Mort is thrown at her by Julien, he is quarantined by the penguins, as are Private, Kowalski, and Rico when they exhibit itching symptoms. Eventually, Marlene comes to the penguins' HQ looking for a cure for her itchiness, but is sent away by Skipper after she chases and touches him. Alice soon finds her, however, and she and the penguins are placed in an oatmeal bath in the vet for relief from what they soon learn from the doctor is poison ivy – Marlene's so-called moisturizer. Private wonders if someone should tell Julien, but Skipper thinks it's no rush. Meanwhile, Julien, Maurice, and all the animals are in the shop itching like crazy.


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