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-'Octonauts, to your stations!'
Captain, rocks and rough waters ahead.
Dashi, activate steering wheel.
Ahh, all clear, Captain.
-Should be smooth sailing ahead.
Well, until we hit the Roaring Forties.
The Roaring Forties?
The Roaring Forties are a part of the Ocean
with rough water and powerful waves.
Nothing to worry about.
I've piloted the Octopod safely through these waters
many times before.
How did you learn to pilot the Octopod so well, Captain?
Practice, lots of practice.
And lots of late nights spent reading this manual.
"How To Pilot The Octopod, Third Edition.
"Written by...Captain Barnacles!"
It covers everything I've learned about piloting the Octopod.
In fact, it might be a good idea for you to give it a read.
Me? But I'm a medic.
Well, you never know when we might need a backup pilot.
I'll read it. I'm not sure I'll understand any of it, but I'll try.
Ahh. All clean, me hearty.
Well now, this shell would make a fine addition to me collection.
Who are you calling a shell?
I'm a cone snail, see? Nobody puts me in a collection, see?
Sorry little fella, I just...
I feel...I feel kind of funny.
What's going on out here?
Oh me, oh my. Come in, Peso, there's something wrong with Kwazii.
Don't worry, Kwazii, you're going to be all right.
What could have caused this, Peso?
I'm not sure. It's like he's been poisoned.
But by what?
What stung you, Kwazii?
No, Kwazii didn't sting me.
Tunip was there when it happened, Cap.
Tell him what you saw.
He says it had a swirly shell about this big.
Was this the creature?
-What is it, Shellington?
It's a cone snail.
No wonder Kwazii's acting so strange.
A cone snail's sting is full of poison.
And it must still be here,
somewhere on the ship.
We'd better find it before anyone else gets stung.
Shellington, sound the Octo-alert.
-Octonauts, to the launch bay!
Octonauts, there's a dangerous cone snail aboard the ship.
We need to find it and release it back into the water.
Cone snail, you say?
Ah, yes, little fellows that can sting you with tiny harpoons.
And they have up to 20 harpoons ready to fire,
each full of poison that can make you very sick.
Captain, there's no medicine for a cone snail sting.
Time and rest are the only cure.
But why would it sting Kwazii?
It was probably scared and trying to protect itself.
We'll have to be very careful around it.
Octonauts, let's split up and find that cone snail.
Nobody captures me, see?
PING PONG BALL BOUNCES
Leave me alone, will ya?
Octonauts, any sign of the cone snail?
Not yet, Cap.
Oh, no! Inkling, Dashi and Shellington have all been stung.
Peso, I'm bringing three more patients to the sickbay.
Tweak, the cone snail must be somewhere in the Octo-chutes.
I need you to close them off.
On it. I'll let you know as soon as...
Tweak, are you all right?
Oh my...oh me!
Oh... Peso, you'd better prepare one more bed.
How are you doing, Peso?
This is a lot of patients to take care of at once.
Don't worry. I'm a medic. Taking care of people is what I do.
Luckily, I have some help.
Hmm, he must be on the vents.
Right, I'm going after him.
Hey, watch it!
What's the big idea?
Captain, you did it!
Oh, no. You were stung!
Just rest easy, Captain.
Everything will be...
Oh, dear, what's happening?
Ugh... Ship's entering the Roaring Forties, very rough water...
Need to get through.
No, Captain. You're too weak.
Yes. Somebody has to pilot the ship.
-And that person is you, Peso.
Peso, use the manual. You can do this.
You've learned 317 ways to bandage an injured fin.
You've performed crabectomies in the frozen arctic.
Those are medic skills, and I've done those things lots of times.
But there was a first time. We're all counting on you.
I-I...I have to try.
Tunip, keep an eye on my patients.
All right, um...
Activate steering wheel,
and turn on the Octo-lift.
I've made it to the steering wheel.
Uh-oh. Big rock!
What do I do? It says don't steer,
but I have to steer around the rock, or we crash!
Keep one hand on the wheel, use the other to engage the rudder.
You can do this, Peso.
Maybe I CAN do this!
I can't do this!
What do I do?
Rocks AND rough waters.
It's not in here. What do I do?
You do the one thing that isn't in the manual.
But I'm a medic, I don't pilot ships.
I take care of people.
I AM taking care of people.
Everybody on board the Octopod is counting on me.
Cone snail...loose on ship...
Peso's in danger!
We're out of the Roaring Forties!
I did it.
Now to switch the ship back to autopilot...
And check on my patients.
Peso, look out!
I'm...I'm all right!
The ship's manual really did come in handy...
in more ways than one!
Sorry for all the trouble. I was scared, see?
I was only trying to protect myself, see?
No hard feelings, eh?
No, just a bit of a sore paw.
Tweak, open the Octo-hatch, so our cone snail friend can go free.
Sure thing, Cap.
See you later, see?
Peso, I was very proud of you today.
You saved the ship.
I'm just glad everyone's feeling better.
Er, you might want to tell that to the vegimals, matey.
-Ha ha ha!
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