Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. Kwazii finds a mysterious, unbreakable coconut, so the Octonauts seek out help to open it.
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Octonauts, to your stations!
CHILDREN: Barnacles! Kwazii! Peso!
Ah, there's nothing more relaxing than a moonlight drive.
-So, you want to race, do ye?
Avast, me fishies!
Whoa! I've been hit! It's a sneak attack.
Argh! Show yourself, ya scurvy...
It's the mark of me grandfather! Calico Jack.
Something's inside! Buried treasure!
Let's crack it open and see what's inside.
I think this calls for my newest invention,
This beauty will crush or crack almost anything,
Yeow! Now let's try it on Calico Jack's coconut.
Hup! Still trying to open this coconut, eh?
I don't get it. My Octo-claw should have done the job.
I modelled it after the greatest coconut cracker in the animal world.
The coconut crab!
Maybe that's who we need to help, um, CRACK this mystery.
-Kwazii, sound the Octo-alert.
Octonauts, to the HQ!
Octonauts, we need to find a way to open up Calico Jack's coconut.
We'll need the help of the greatest coconut cracker. Shellington?
Ah, yes, the coconut crab, the largest land crab in the world.
It has powerful pincer claws, used for cracking open coconuts.
Where can we find these crabs?
You'll need to look on an island. Coconut crabs live strictly on land.
This shows all the islands in the area, Captain.
Zoom in on that one, Dashi.
It's crawling with coconut trees.
Exactly. And where there are coconut trees, there are usually...
Tweak, ready the GUP-X.
Island straight ahead, Cap.
Coconut crabs only come out at night, we don't want to scare them.
-Tweak, activate stealth mode.
-You got it, Cap.
Hmm, not a crab to be seen.
Maybe we need some bait to get them to come out.
-No, over there!
The coconut! It's gone!
Nothing. Let's take a closer look.
Octonauts, let's search the area. I'll head right.
-Kwazii, you head left and...
-I'll stay right here with the penguin.
My name's Claude, but my friends call me The Claw!
On account of the fact that I like to crack coconuts open with it.
But I'm not a coconut.
Oh, sorry. Don't worry, you're not very crack-able.
There's my wife, Claudette. Her friends call her...
These here are my sons,
Clive, Clam, and Clarence.
But ye can call us...
-Oh, yeah, how did you guess?
-Yeah, how did you guess?
I want to thank you for finding this coconut of ours.
Rolled into the ocean days ago. We can't swim so we couldn't get it.
If you don't mind, we'll be taking it on home where it belongs.
Just drop anchor right there! That's MY coconut!
Now, hold on, son.
This coconut's belonged to US for many years. So it stays with us.
Yeah, yeah, it stays with us.
But that very same coconut bears the mark of me grandfather, Calico Jack.
You and Calico Jack are family?
Now you mention it, you do kind of look like him.
Thanks. So, maybe, you'd like to tell me
how you ended up with my grandfather's coconut?
It was many years ago that Calico Jack washed up on the shores
of this here island. He was shipwrecked and hungry.
We nursed back to health with coconut milk. In return,
he told us rip-roaring tales of the open sea.
When we woke, he was gone, no note, no nothing. Just this coconut.
Which we've been trying to crack open ever since.
It's embarrassing. Cracking coconuts is what we do.
Yeah, it's what we do.
Well, we couldn't crack it, and you couldn't crack it,
perhaps if we work together, we can all crack it.
Then let's get cracking!
You two crack, while we pull. One, two, three!
A crack! Keep pulling!
-Tweak, deploy the rescue suction line.
Clive, Clam, Clarence!
Us coconut crabs are landlubbers.
-Those boys can't swim.
-Then we need to move fast.
Tweak, Kwazii, Claude, into the GUP-X, and bring some coconuts.
Peso, activate Octo-ski.
Tweak, activate glider.
Operation Coconut Drop begins now.
-There's a lot of wind, this could get bumpy.
I don't see Clam. I've got to get a closer look.
-There he is!
Nice catch, matey! And I might add, yowch!
-Dad, help, over here!
All my boys are safe. Thank you, Octonauts.
Good work, everyone. Mission complete.
-But we still haven't cracked Calico Jack's coconut.
If we drop it onto a rock from up here...
It just might crack open.
-What was in the coconut?
This is no coconut.
It's a hollowed out cannonball from Calico Jack's ship.
That's why it was so hard to crack.
And here's a note from Calico Jack.
He says, "Thanks for rescuing me, mateys.
"these here three coconuts are for the little tykes
"to practise their cracking skills."
Hot-diggity-do! Training Coconuts!
Let's get cracking!
-Look, there's something on the other side.
-So there is.
"Oh, and if you ever run into me grandson, Kwazii,
"tell him from me, "Yeow!""
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Animated deep sea adventure series. Captain Barnacles and his intrepid band of explorers roam the oceans in search of adventure and fun. Kwazii finds a mysterious, unbreakable coconut, so the Octonauts seek out the help of some large, island-dwelling coconut crabs to open it.