Biography Cornerstore is a place known for delivering babies and its employees are storks, along with other birds. He accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine and produces an unauthorized baby girl, he and must make their first-ever baby drop. While leaving Hunter to his doom, Tulip takes hold of Junior's crippled wing and controls it helping him fly again. Unlike Flynn Rider who gets pulled into the embrace by the Queen the heroine's mother , Junior is pulled into the embrace by Tulip the heroine. Well, I never knew why until today. Tulip rides Jasper and helps Junior by taking charge of the homing beacon. Both immediately become fond of the infant and adore her.
Despite wanting his promotion very badly, Junior cannot find the heart to fire Tulip due to her kindness and hard work, therefore distracting her into believing that she is being transferred to the mail room as a kind of promotion, and ordering her to never leave it, to which she hesitantly obeys. After Junior and Alexis watch the sunset, Jasper and Charlie watch some television and go to bed along with Junior and Alexis. Junior attempts to leave announcing to his fellow employees that they have finally completed their mission in delivering Tulip, but Tulip invites him to join in on the embrace. Tulip feels nervous, but Jasper urges her to fulfill her destiny. Before they fly to Egypt, all the storks in the area will gather for an autumnal exercise.
They also devote part of their time bonding with the baby. My entire company will fall apart! Then the baby gets upset and Tulip tries to cheer her up with funny faces which upset the infant more. Tulip: Why do you want to be boss? Tulip: The wolves are forming a suspension bridge. Our stock would plummet, everything we've built! Tulip: Look at the baby! Storks 2 Directed by Nicholas Stoller Doug Sweetland Produced by Nicholas Stoller Written by Brad Lewis Nicholas Stoller Starring Andy Samberg Katie Crown Leighton Meester Henry Cavill Danny Trejo Keegan-Michael Key Jordan Peele Stephen Kramer Glickman Samuel L. Just a brief exposure to baby cuteness can ruin your life! He takes her to abandoned baby factory, Junior warns her to never leave this room before Junior's leave.
In the finale, Junior and his employees, along with the reformed wolf pack, bring Tulip back to her family's home. The stork is mentioned in about bringing his own children. Having no heart to discharge Tulip, Junior instead transfers her to the mail room where she would be in charge of receiving the mail and organizing it. Dead characters appear in red and italics. All storks are now named Peter in honor of that good boy.
Warmed by Tulip's fondness of the baby, he allows Tulip to name her. She ends her daydreaming sequence by pretending to have a group hug with three of her clones only to realize she is hugging herself, mush to her embarrassment. Their mother tells them of an unusual way in which they can take their revenge. Tulip promptly orders a giant package from Cornerstore, and then returns it with she and Junior inside the package. In order to be promoted, Hunter demands that Junior discharge Tulip from the company, due to her antics causing Cornerstore to suffer losses. If anyone finds out about this, I am dead meat! At the autumnal exercise, the general stork will punish all storks who fly very badly by stabbing them to death with his beak.
As Junior, Tulip, and Jasper leave Diamond Destiny with her new family, a teary-eyed Junior tries to hold in his emotions. After they take this room, they see Jasper and his partner Charlie in another room beside it, and introduce to each other because they went to Miami too. As a special reward, Peter, the boy who said that it was wrong to tease animals, will be given both a brother and a sister. After the protagonists exit the elevator, Toady realizes there was no such game and starts getting suspicious. In and , it is responsible for delivering and to the home of their mother and father. The wolf pack forms a broken heart displaying their dismay that Diamond Destiny is leaving them again. Stork Species Bird First appearance Latest appearance cameo The stork is a supporting character in the.
Since Junior cannot fly with his broken wing and needs to deliver the baby to save his job, he devises a plan to fly the baby in Tulip's machine. Tulip Vs Tulip Death Battle by angelwithwings15 on DeviantArt. I'm just going to destroy the baby factory! Tulip hugs Junior and Diamond Destiny while cheerfully proclaiming she, Junior, and Diamond Destiny are like a family. Hunter: Junior, I saved this company by getting out of babies and into package delivery. The guards hear the baby and get suspicious. He also reassures her she will find her family.
The only thing you need to do to be named boss on Monday is liberate the orphan Tulip. Meanwhile, after seeing Tulip and Dandelion spending time together in the woods of Arizona, Blackford and Starchby have another plan, and they go there to capture Tulip and Dandelion by tomorrow. She is very goofy, hyperactive, and always inventing things, but tends to mess up and break things. She claims that she built it out of dreaming that she would be a delivery girl. One of the boys starts to sing an old song, the lyrics of which are about killing storks by hanging them, burning them, cooking them on a spit and drowning them. After fighting an army of penguins, Junior and Tulip are chased into the abandoned baby making room and start up the machine as a distraction.
Alpha Wolf: Wolf pack, form a wolf plane! At the autumnal exercise, the four young storks fly so well that they are rewarded by being given frogs and snakes to eat. Tulip is very crying at times after the chaos, Junior tries to fire Tulip, but he's too nervous for having to fire her. Alpha Wolf: You don't say it, you make the deal and then you eat them anyway! Hunter tried to put a stop to baby deliveries for good by destroying the factory and killing every baby inside with a giant robot. These details suggest that Tulip doesn't like Cornerstore so much or at least has little to no interest in the business of delivering packages. Junior, Tulip, the storks, and the other birds work together in catching the falling babies. The protagonists make it to Tulip's work shop where Tulip built her flying machine. The boy who first sang the old song is especially keen to continue singing it and to continue mocking the birds.