[Flipper alerts Cap to the presence of a black ship flying the Skull and Crossbones sailing nearby]
Cap Daulton: Holy mother of a manatee. Huh. Shiver me timbers, matey! Looks to me like one of them theme cruises - a bunch of rich guys get dressed up and play pirate all weekend. Hey, I wonder if they'd like to go fishin', too?
[Flipper vigorously shakes his head in the negative]
Cap Daulton: Avast, you sea dogs! Captain Blood Daulton here, scourge of the Nine Keys and all of the Dry Tortugas.
[Flipper sounds a warning, which Cap ignores]
Cap Daulton: Shut up, Flipper. I'm on a roll.
Cap Daulton: [yelling to the pirates] How would you swabbies like to sail with me into adventure?
[the pirate ship fires a cannonball, which explodes near Cap's boat]
[referring to pirates they've thrown overboard]
Quinn Garnett: I think mine had a better splash.
Tom Hampton: Yours was heavier.
Maya Graham: Do you think you'll ever see the real pirate Black Jack again?
Cap Daulton: Aw, that stuff really didn't happen, Maya. I was transferrin' or transposin' or something like that, You know what I mean?
Maya Graham: Yeah, you're right. It couldn't have.
Cap Daulton: You'll need a higher angle on Flipper from here.
[Cap hears the sound of a dagger whizzing through the air and striking the mast behind him, followed by Black Jack's ghostly laughter]
[Jennifer is trying to convince Dean to help at an art auction]
Dean Gregson: Could I get into the bush for a surf?
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: Dean, think what a wonderful opportunity this is for you! Assisting me in the annual Bal Harbor summer auction gives you the finest...
Holly Myers: ...and most expensive...
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: ...modern art on the East Coast. Just being near a great work of art makes the day soar. It gives you a window into the painter's soul. It-it gives you the opportunity to experience reality through his or her eyes. If it weren't for great art, the human spirit would wither and die...
Holly Myers: ...and a whole lot of people who wouldn't know a paintbrush from a crayon wouldn't be able to make obscene amounts of money off the labors of love of a true artiste. Oh, look! Look at that Lanier! Mother and Father would kill for this piece. Maybe I'll get it for their 25th anniversary.
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: Lanier is hot right now. It will cost you.
Holly Myers: Maybe I'll get lucky.
Dean Gregson: Ha! You were born lucky.
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: Dean, go forth and surf.
Cap Daulton: Hey, I got this interesting little movie I want to show y'all.
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: Cap, you don't...
Tom Hampton: [grabbing the microphone from Jennifer] I'll bring the popcorn. This wouldn't happen to be a pirate movie, would it, Cap?
Cap Daulton: Yessiree Bob, it would. Over and out.
Quinn Garnett: How's Cap?
Dr. Jennifer Daulton: The good news is he's going to be okay; the bad news is... he's going to be okay.
Quinn Garnett: Do you remember exactly how many pirates we're dealing with?
Tom Hampton: Ah, let's see - five earrings, three eye patches and one peg leg, I think.
Pirate Leader: I'm going to slice you into shark bait, pal.
Tom Hampton: I liked it better when you sounded like Captain Hook.
[Flipper has just chased the pirates onto a deserted island]
Quinn Garnett: You know something?
Tom Hampton: Aw, don't say it.
Quinn Garnett: I love that dolphin.
Cap Daulton: All right, Maya, on action, you take this slate and hold it up in front of the camera for a marker and then cue Flipper for his jump.
Maya Graham: [reading the slate] "Dead Pirates Cove Promo"? Cap, nobody died out here.
Cap Daulton: I almost did. Anyway, we're selling the sizzle, not the steak. The tourists are going to eat it up.