Gloria: (to Moto Moto) Who's your friend, or is that your butt?
King Julien: (to Melman) Sorry. Would you mind going back? This is first class. It's nothing personal. It's just that we're better than you.
King Julien: (to Melman) Hey, what happened to your body? You're freaking me out! Would you please go over there, please? Thank you very much.
Alex: (after the plane crashed) Hey. Happy slappers. Is there some reason to celebrate? Look at the plane.
Skipper: We'll fix it.
Alex: Fix it? How are you gonna fix this?
Skipper: Grit, spit, and a whole lot of duct tape. We should be up and running in say... 6 to 9 months.
Alex: 69 months?!
Skipper: No! Six TO nine months!
Kowalski: Skipper, we have all the parts we need but we're slightly behind schedule.
Skipper: How slightly?
Kowalski: 6 to 9 years.
Skipper: 69 years?!
Kowalski: No, six TO nine years.
King Julien: Inflight slave. Bring me my nuts on a silver platter.
Alex: (to Skipper) Who made you king of the plane wreck?
Skipper: Excuse me?
(Rico pulls out a switchblade and deploys it)
King Julien: Whatever happened to the separation of the classes?
Maurice: I'm sure this whole democracy thing is just a fad.
Melman: I love you, Gloria! I always have! (Gloria is asleep; Melman sees Alex, Marty, and the chimps staring at him) Like... Like you love the beach, or a good book, or... or the beach.
King Julien: Hey, freaks. You will be very glad to hear that I am coming with you!
Alex: Oh ho ho. No, thank you.
King Julien: Uh, yes, thank you. It's my plane!
Skipper: I'd like to kiss you, monkey man.
Mason: All right, but you're so darn ugly. (kisses Skipper)
(Bulb on the fuel gauge is flashing)
Kowalski: Skipper, look.
Kowalski: It looks like a small incandescent bulb, designed to indicate something out of the ordinary, like a malfunction.
Skipper: I find it pretty and somewhat hypnotic.
Kowalski: That too, sir.
Skipper: Right. Rico, manual!
(catches the manual and smashes the bulb with it)
Skipper: Problemo solved.
Kowalski: Sir, we may be out of fuel.
Skipper: What makes you think that?
Kowalski: We've lost engine one, and engine two is no longer on fire.
Skipper: Buckle up, boys. Don't look, doll, this might get hairy.
(on the microphone)
Skipper: Attention, this is your captain speaking. I have good news and bad news. The good news is that we will be landing immediately.
Skipper: The bad news is, we're crash landing.
(plane goes into a dive)
Skipper: When it comes to air travel, we know that you have no choice whatsoever, but thanks again for choosing Air Penguin.