Marlene comes to the penguins sad that her inability to leave the zoo without going wild will prevent her from seeing Enrico Guitaro's performance in the park. But after Kowalski uses his... More
Marlene comes to the penguins sad that her inability to leave the zoo without going wild will prevent her from seeing Enrico Guitaro's performance in the park. But after Kowalski uses his Personadisentanglizer on her, Marlene's violent impulses are removed from the rest of her, which allows her to then leave the zoo without going wild. However, being apart from her other side renders Marlene excessively afraid, and when she and the penguins leave the concert soon after arrival, they discover that the other half of Marlene had escaped from the Personadisentanglizer after taking physical form and is now terrorizing the city. As the penguins set out to find what TV news has dubbed "Littlefoot," Officer X believes that capturing the creature will get him his job back and manages to capture it as the penguins observe. He is subsequently rehired. When nervous Marlene is then brought to the animal control facility so that Kowalski can rejoin her with her violent half, Littlefoot does not attack Marlene and is instead befuddled by her. X then loses his job again when Rico waddles out just as Littlefoot was to be shown on TV. On the way back to the zoo, Skipper then suggests to Marlene, who is not turning feral, that the whole Littlefoot situation was a ruse to convince Marlene that she had the power to control herself all along.