The Skipper : Kowalski, status report. Kowalski : I'm randomly pushing buttons while we spin out of control, Skipper. The Skipper : Can I push one? I might feel better. Pidgeon : Hey, Max. Do I look a little chunkier to you? I mean, I exercise and all, but no matter how hard I try, I can't seem to get rid of all this succulent Pidgeon : Give it up, furball! You ain't never caught a bird in your life! Never have, never will.
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Kowalski is a cartoon penguin from the Madagascar movie and television franchise. He is referenced in several memes, including some that show Skipper, another penguin, demanding "Kowalski, analysis" or "Kowalski, status report. Kowalski is one of a team of four penguins who originally appeared in Dreamworks' animated movie Madagascar in Led by Skipper, the penguins, including Rico, Kowalski, and Private, were characterized by military-style dialogue, intense seriousness, and unflappable competence. Kowalski served as Skipper's second-in-command and the "brains" of the team. Skipper's habit of turning to Kowalski for advice helped create this meme. Although only supporting characters in Madagascar, the penguins became popular with viewers. They were successful enough to get a spin-off television series, The Penguins of Madagascar , in and their own feature film in The "Kowalski, analysis" meme is usually posted in response to a suspicious or uncertain situation to express skepticism. The image shows Skipper raising his eyebrow with a dubious frown on his face.
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