This is how the opening scene goes in Weekenders Goes to Madagascar.
(The movie begins with the sun rise as we see Marty the Zebra holds on a vine yelling like Tarzan and lands on the ground with many Penguins fly up and Marty jumps to the cliff and land on the other side then we see Alex the lion was hiding in the bush and goes chases after Marty as the Zebra gets closer to the lake then Alex and the Weekenders pops out of nowhere)
(Marty screams and falls off the treadmill and hits the fence)
Tino Tonitini: You okay?
Marty: Guys! Do not interupt me when I'm daydreaming! When the zebra's in the zone, leave him alone.
Zoe Drake: We're sorry, about that Marty.
Alex: Come on, Marty, just wanted to wish you a happy birthday!
Lor McQuarrie: Yeah, happy birthday!
Marty: Hey man, thanks.
Rod: No problem.
Alex: Oh. Ow. (Grunt) Hey, um. I got something stuck on my teeth. It's driving me crazy! Can you help me out here? Please?
Marty: You came to the right place, my friend. Doctor Marty D.D.S. is in the house! Please hop on top of my sterilized examination table, if you may. (Marty opens Alex's mouth) I don't see anything.
Alex: It's on the left.
Marty: Okay, just don't talk with your mouth full. (He goes inside Alex's mouth) Aha... Right in here. (Marty pulls a snowglobe out of Alex's mouth) What the heck is this doing in here?
Alex: Happy birthday!
Carver Descartes: You got a snowglobe!
Max Taylor: Your birthday gift!
Marty: Aww.. Hey.. Thanks man. It was behind the tooth! Your all right.
Sunset Shimmer: Yep. Happy Birthday.
Alex: These aren't on the shelf yet. (Shakes the snowglobe) Here check it out. Look at that. Ooh... Look at that.
Marty: Look at that, it's snowing.
Alex: Ten years old, huh? A decade! Double digits. A big 1-0.
Rex Owen: You like it?
Alex: You don't like it?
Marty: No, no. It's great!
Alex: You hate it. I shoulda gotten you the Alex alarm clock.