- This is the first time where Skipper is seen as a baby. His appearance is markedly different from the beginning of Penguins of Madagascar: The Movie.
- As a baby, Skipper isn't as physically powerful as he is in his true age, and tires out more easily. His voice sounds squeakier too (do penguins go through puberty?). But his mental state is still fully-grown, and he is determined to prove he's still fit for a mission.
- Skipper has a new omega boom ability, which (according to Private) has never been done by a single penguin before.
- This is the first time a main character is seen as a baby.
- Running Gag: Skipper is a baby and Julien mistaking him for Petey (a made-up cousin by the penguins)
- Antagonist(s): Rat King/Sewer Rats.
- Baby Skipper's tiny flippers can be used to pick locks.
- Skipper finds being nursed by Kowalski "Oddly agreeable".
- In the part where Kowalski is explaining the ray's powers, he continuously flips over the whiteboard, which shows to have sides changing several times:
- The whiteboard's Side 1 initially shows a Lunacorn, Private in a pink tutu and bikini, and two fishes.
- Kowalski flips it to Side 2, which has the ray drawn on it.
- Kowalski flips it back to Side 1, only this time, Side 1 has a rotten fish on it
- Kowalski flips it to Side 2 again, which now has a fresh and unspoiled fish drawn on it.
Foul Ups, Bloops, and Blunders
Behind the Scenes
- Kowalski is right - Penguins nurse their chicks by shielding them from the elements under rolls of fat. Penguins also rotate their chicks to protect them from from the freezing tundra wind, as Rico does. And both mummy and daddy penguin take turns nursing and feeding the chick, just as Kowalski and Rico do.
- King Julien is right too - penguin chicks can only eat after their food has been chewed up and regurgitated by the adult directly into their mouths. Of course, they still only eat fish.
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