Mort always speaks mind, when he's not talking about feet!
When Maurice hatches a master plan with the Penguins, Julien uses his biggest weapon to get break things up.
Private agrees to watch the baby ducklings but quickly finds that they're not babies anymore.
The Penguins try to undermine the rats' nasty secret plot to snatch a priceless artifact.
Private Eggy, an adorable chick with super spy skills, reports for Penguin spy school.
The Penguins hypnotize a tired petting zoo sheep to help him forget his troubles.
The Penguins take the law into their own flippers when a petting zoo sheep bites a boy.
Eggy is a wild duckling who wants to join the secret society of the Penguins.
The penguins take security into their own... flippers.
The stinky sewer is no place for penguins, not to mention a nine-foot alligator!
Rico befriends a tribe of party animal cockroaches who call themselves Broaches.
The Penguins test out a sweet new device that lets them move objects with their minds!
Rico and Julien perform an unauthorized "kaboom" on a billboard.
Which Kowalski is the real Kowalski?
47 years is a long time to wait for a squirrel, no matter what color it is.
Blowhole reveals his fiendish plan and spendy Lair Theater System.
Hans tries to make nice with Skipper, and the Penguins bring out the flamethrower.
A photographer has all the animals posing for the camera but guess who gets the attention.
Skipper falls for a perfectly nice falcon who kind of wants to eat his friends.
It's just a regular day for the Penguins, doing some fishing when...
Kowalski's been working in his lab all night. What's he got to show for it?
To get the humans back to the zoo, the animals have to take action -- fast.
The zookeeper says there are 3 male penguins and 1 female. DNA tests immediately!
Marlene the otter plays guinea pig for the Penguins' matchmaking device.