Skipper grabbed Ru's flipper. "Until further notice, 你 are officially our prisoner."
"What!" Ru exclaimed. "What did I do! It was Rica's fault!"
"Blame game, it just doesn't work on the Skipper."
Ru struggled, but Skipper's grasp was firm. She gave up.
"I'll go get Rica, I'm sure we can straighten things out," Ru said.
"We can't trust anyone right now."
"Of course we can, Skipper," Ivy said. "As I say, 老友记 are enemies, but family 你 can trust forever."
"You say that?" Kowalski asked.
"Whatever, 你 take this way too logical."
"We trust no one," Skipper exclaimed.
They burst into argument. Ru again struggled to free her wing, but it was again no use.
"Who cares who trusts who? I just want a a happy ending for them," Private said.
"It's no use. Arguments like this can go on for hours," Johnson explained.
The argument had aggressed. Skipper now had two black eyes. Kowalski had a bruised wing. Ivy was holding her chest like she had been hit. 更多 than that, the volume in the room had risen greatly.
To Ru, the noise was unbearable. She decide to use her mother's method to stop arguments. She began singing:
"White is green, green is white. The stars are in the sky tonight."
"Red is white, white is red. So lay down your little head."
Still arguing, Kowalski yawned.
"Gold is red, red is gold. I need a 心 that is not cold."
All the arguers yawned and the volume lowered.
"Pink is gold, 金牌 is pink. Our 爱情 would never ever sink."
Skipper loosened his grip enough for Ru to get free.
"Green is pink, 粉, 粉色 is green. And it would always be seen."
Ivy gave out of the argument.
"Gray is green, green is gray. It would never stray away."
Kowalski yawned and backed out of the argument.
"Blue is green, green is blue. I couldn't make it without you."
Rico ran up to Ru and twirled her around. They looked into each other's eyes, smiling.
Ru had just sung the family lullaby. It was truly her, it had to be.
"How did 你 do that?" Johnson asked, eyes wide.
"The family lullaby. 你 can tame even the wildest of beasts with it," Ru said.
"It's her!" Rico exclaimed.
"Great," Skipper said. "Further notice is now, Ru you're free."
"Wait!" Kowalski said. "There is really only one way to figure out truly. That is: Science!"
Ru did the cuckoo sign at him.
All of a sudden, rain started pelting down on the roof.
Private said, "I don't think it called for a storm."
"Drama," Ivy said.
"Anyway, to the lab!" Kowalski exclaimed. He opened the door and walked forward.
The fishbowl entrance slid open. The penguins stopped to see Rica come back in. The rain poured in and on her. She held a wooden bat, and was slowly bouncing it on her flipper.
"Rico, it's time to come home."