|Fare Thee Whale|
|Season 2, Episode 25|
|Air date||April 4, 1992|
|Written by|| Paul Dell|
Fare Thee Whale is the twenty-fifth episode in the second series of Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
Dr.Blight and Looten Plunder along with a whaler are killing humpback whales using science as a reason to do so. But they are killing whales to can them. After killing a mother humpback whale the Planeteers set out to save the pod of whales and prove to the whaling community that they're not doing it the name of science but to kill and can whales.
Significant Moments and FactsEdit
- Gi: Oh, that poor little whale...!
Gaia: An orphan. Courtesy of Plunder and Blight. I don't mind telling you it makes my blood boil.
- Gaia: Some people still kill whales; in the name of scientific research.
Gi: Research? That's killing! That's... that's...
Gaia: (putting her forehead on the top of Gi's head) Cruel, dishonest, inhumane, and in this case – illegal. That's why I want you to put a stop to it.
Gi: You don't have to ask twice. Let's go!
Gaia: (watching the Planeteers rush off) If the rest of the world were like them, I could take a permanent vacation. (touching the baby whale's image on Planet Vision) Oh, well. Now, what are we gonna do about you, little one?
- Plunder: Unfortunately, we're running out of room. Time to head back into port.
Blight: I've got something that will cheer you up. Come by my lab and I'll show you the results of my latest research.
Plunder smiles to himself.
- Captain Planet returns to the rings.
Plunder: Nice move, Blight! You let the big one get away!
Blight: Don't carpet me, Plunder! Oh, men!
Plunder: Hmph, women.
- MAL: (in sing-song voice) Planeteers in the water, Planeteers in the water!
- Captain Planet: By your powers combined...
Captain Planet: (finishing his catchphrase) ... I am Captain Planet!
- Gaia: (showing the adopted baby whale) Our newest Planeteer!
Gi: Oh, Gaia! The orphan!
Gaia: There's no way I could see this little one die.
Gi: But how are we going to feed it?
Gaia: Just leave that to a mother. (holds out her hand, making two other whales appear) A mother whale, that is.
Gi: That's what I call one big happy family.