Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles I suffer from short-term me... memory loss. - Yes! - That's exactly what you say. OK, OK, we'll pretend to be the other kids now. - Hi, Dory! - Ahoy there! Do you wanna play hide-and-seek? OK. We'll hide, and you count and come find us. OK, daddy. No, no, not daddy. I'm the nice fish who wants to be your friend, OK? OK, daddy. - No. - I'm hiding. Now, count to 10! One, two, three... Four... I like sand. Sand is squishy. Mommy, can I go play with them? Dory? My family! I remember my family! They're out there somewhere; I have to find them! Guys, you gotta help me; guys! Guys, hello? Guys, where are you? - Dory! - Hello? Dory! - Where did you go? - You were the one to go! My parents, I remember them! Wait, what did you remember? I remembered them! My mom, my dad. I have a family! - They don't know where I am; let's go, we have to go! - Dory, no! No, this is crazy! Where exactly are you trying to go? To the... to the... gym of the... of baltic? The Jewel of Morro Bay, California! Yes! No, Dory, California's all the way across the ocean. Then we'd better get going! How come every time we're on the edge of this reef, one of us is trying to leave? For once, can't we just enjoy the view? - How can you be talking about the view when I remembered my family? - No. No! We've done our ocean travels; that part of our lives is over. - The only reason to travel in the first place is so you don't have to travel ever again! - Yeah, but I wanna... Totally sick! I know; isn't it great? No! I'm gonna be totally sick! It's the Californian current, dude; it's got some gnarly chop. Surf's up, dude! Hey, dude, if you're gonna hurl, just do me a solid: head to the back of the shell, lean out, and go for distance! We call that feeding the fishes! Correctamundo, squirt! And now we're looking for my parents at the Brooch of the Atlantic? - Or the... - ... the Jewel of Morro Bay, California! Exactly! How are you gonna find your parents? You remember what they look like? I'm a bit new to the memory thing, so I can't say for sure, but something tells me they were mostly blue with maybe yellow. That sounds right! Also, I'm pretty sure I'm gonna know them when I see them; we're family. By the way, crossing the ocean is the kind of thing you should only do once! - One time! - Morro Bay, California's coming up, dudes! Let's find my family! - Go, go, go, go, go! - Just go, dad! Don't push me, Nemo! So long, little blue! Just get ahold of yourself. You'll be fine, everything's fine; think positively. - Hey, you! - Oh. Spinner! - Oh, thank goodness! Hi, I'm Dory, I'm look⏤ - Name's Hank. How sick are you? - Sick? I'm sick? - Why else would you be in quarantine? - Oh, no, how long do I have? I have to find my family! - All right, now, don't get hysterical. Oh, not good. What? What is it? What happened? - Oh! What's that? - That there is bad news. It's a transport tag for fish who can't cut it inside the institute. They get transferred to permanent digs⏤an aquarium. So, what exhibit are you from? Wait, I'm from an exhibit? Which one? I have to get there! Huh! That's a hard one, kid. Unless... Nah! Never work; it's too crazy! What do you mean? Just tell me; I'm OK with crazy! You know, I could see that? Well, there's one thing I can think of to help you get to your family. - If I just take⏤ - Yes! Great idea! You take me to find them⏤why didn't I think of that? No, no, no; if I just take your tag, I can take your place on the transport truck. Then you can go back inside and find your family. All you have to do is give me the tag. What tag? There's a tag on my fin! How⏤how could you forget you have a tag on your fin? Oh, no, I'm sorry, I⏤I suffer from short-term memory loss. You don't remember what we were talking about? Can you please keep it down over there? My head hurts. Who's that? That's my neighbor, Bailey. He was brought in with a head injury. I know you're talking about me, Destiny. - He thinks he can't use his echolocation, but I've overheard the doctors talking. - I'm right here. - There's not a thing wrong with him. - I hear every word you're saying about me. What's echolocation? Well, Bailey's head is supposed to put out a call, and the echo helps him find objects far away. Oh, but, apparently, he's still healing. Now I know you're talking about me. - I really can't echolocate. - Oh, I cannot have this conversation again. - I just can't. - I hit my head very hard out there. - See how swollen it is? - Your head is supposed to be big. You're a beluga! Wait, wait, no; I know where my parents are. They're in, um... ugh, what's it called? The place... soap and lotion? - Open ocean. - Open ocean. Open ocean! Open ocean? I know where that is! That's the exhibit located right next to⏤I don't care. Easy. If you're trying to get to the open ocean exhibit, just go through the pipes. Through the pipes; great. Through the pipes? Yup, take two lefts, swim straight, and you'll hit it. Oh, that's a lot of directions, that's⏤did you get that, Hank? All the... all that? Uh, yeah. Great! Let's go. I'm not going with you; I won't fit! You have to go by yourself. That's... that⏤I'm... I... see, I can't, because I'm... I'm not so good with directions. Well, that's too bad; a deal's a deal. You wanted to find your parents, that's how you get to 'em! Now, give me your tag! But, Hank, I can't go in the pipes alone; I'll forget where I'm going. Not my problem; tag!