He is first seen following the “Daughters of Triton” performance, during which he and Ariel left Atlantica to explore a sunken shipwreck. Though Flounder would quite leave, Ariel persuades him to tag alongside. During their scavenging, the duo encounter Glut the Shark, who tries to eat them. While fleeing, Flounder is briefly dazed and almost turns into Glut’s snack, solely to be saved by Ariel.
Simon writes a message and places it in a bottle and with some luck, Ariel, Sebastian, and Flounder find the letter, brave danger en path to the cave, and then they face a large sea dragon. The dragon seems to be Simon himself, the writer of the message, who’s trying to have a party with some new pals. Bringing Simon house to King Triton poses another problem until Simon helps King Triton to save lots of Atlantica and its merpeople from an invasion of evil sea anemones.
We Need To Talk In Regards To The Flounder Puppet From “the Little Mermaid Stay!”
King Triton is ready to appear within the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid. Sebastian will seem in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. Samuel E. Wright auditioned for the function as if he were trying out for a stage musical. Wright could not do a Jamaican accent, so he did a Trinidadian accent during his audition, which Ashman determined to keep.
While exploring the undersea world, his sub springs a leak and his steering controls are affected inflicting his sub to lose control and ultimately sink to the bottom. However, to his shock he encounters Ariel, to which his claims are verified. Later on, Archimedes, Sebastian, Flounder, The Crabscouts, and even King Triton appear to help Andersen’s damaged vessel back to the floor. At the end of this episode, the character is impressed by the encounter to “write” the story of The Little Mermaid. Because Archimedes goes to the surface fairly often, his knowledge on human tradition is way more accurate than Ariel’s; previous to the latter becoming human herself and her marriage to Eric.