Commander of the galleon "The Jolly Roger" and legendary for his cruelty to his enemies as well as his own men, Captain Hook has long since abandoned sailing the high seas in favor of having revenge on Peter Pan for ruining his life,Peter having cut off Hook's left hand and fed it to Tick-Tock the Crocodile, Tick-Tock found it so delicious he's following Hook everywhere for another taste. While a worthy opponent for Peter Pan, Hook is destined to fail, due to Peter Pan's ability to fly, but more often through the bumbling actions of his first-mate, Mr. Smee, who is unquestioningly faithful to the Captain, but is incompetent.During the finial phase of the first film Peter engages Hook in single combat as the children fight off the crew, and finally succeeds in humiliating the captain. Peter fights Hook in a final showdown, until the pirate begs for mercy. Peter then allows Hook to leave and never return. He crows, and Hook tries to lunges at him from behind. Wendy Darling warns Peter, and he evades Hook's attack, while the captain falls into the Never Sea below, where the crocodile was waiting. Hook and his crew flee, with the crocodile in hot pursuit.
Sometime after the events of the original film, Hook and his crew manage to evade both the crocodile and reclaim control of the Jolly Roger by this time Peter Pan decides to leave Never Land for outside adventure, Hook stayed behind instead of following his nemesis to dominate Never Land during Peter's absence. However, Peter left a crew of pirates to keep him at bay.
Much of Hook's past has been revealed in the series, where it is revealed that the captain had a rather miserable childhood. As a young buccaneer, he was trained in the ways of a pirate by his mother, Mama Hook, so that he would one day become a feared captain, much like her. However, according to Mama Hook, Captain Hook was a somewhat pitiful pirate during his training, and seemed hopeless for many years. It was also revealed in "Jake's Home Run!" and "Jake's Birthday Bash!" that he was heavily ostracized by others as a child, as he explains to Mr. Smee several times throughout the series, resulting in him spending most of his childhood hated and alone. These are all prime factors in the reasons for Captain Hook's undeniable cruelty.
Throughout the series, it is also revealed that Captain Hook is rather infamous throughout the Never Sea. As several characters encountered by the Jake and his crew all seem to have some history with the villainous captain, though it's always a negative one. Various other pirate characters such as the daring Captain Flynn and the regal Pirate Princess all have shown to have a hatred for Hook proceeding their respective debut episodes. Interestingly enough, Hook himself never seems to recognize them.
Captain Hook is a power-hungry, greedy, short-tempered, evil, tyrannical, ruthless and cruel pirate captain. He hates being told what to do by those he declares lower than him, including his own crew, and Mr. Smee. Hook is very egotistical, which often motivates his crimes, and leads to his downfall. He is shown to be far more cunning than his crew members, and is very quick to temper when his crew messes up or fails to understand his plans; however, he is still frequently outsmarted by Jake and his crew usually as they use his ego and emotions against him. What he desires most is treasure, with no one to stand in his way. He despises Jake and his crew, as they are the physical opposite of everything that Hook is, and he cannot stand them due to there kindness,contently foiling his schemes,treasure finding skill and being allies to his greatest enemy Peter Pan. This antipathy not only distracts him, but also drives him over the edge to take the treasure away from the young pirates. But they manage to outwit Hook at every turn and even reclaim the stolen treasure leaving the captain humiliated. Hook blames Jake and his crew as the sole threat to his plans and ruling Never Land in Pan's absence. He is arrogant and can be easily distracted when he believes he has the upper hand in a situation. Hook's anger can also be his drive to focus completely on the task at hand, for instance when he realized Wendy and her brothers where recalling tales of Hook's various defeats by Peter Pan. But that sneaky snook Hook hates to look like a bumbling fool, so he decides to fly to London, steals Wendy's storybook, and destroy her stories once and for all. He tends to hold a grudge against Peter Pan for stealing his hand and feeding it to the Tick-Tock Croc. He is an excellent manipulator and liar. An example of this is when he manipulated Brewster the Beast Trapper, in "Tick Tock Trap". He is cowardly and sometimes acts like a wimp, particularly when he hears the sound of the Tick-Tock Croc coming close by. However, he is also an excellent sword fighting expert, making him a challenge in combat.
Despite his justly deserved reputation as a feared pirate captain and all above traits, Hook is exceedingly immature, prone to throwing temper tantrums and reacting irrationally to even the slightest grievance. His behavior thus, at times, resembles that of a cranky child rather than a nefarious pirate captain.
Captain Hook is a thin man with curly, black, shoulder-length hair that drapes over his shoulders, a large, hooked nose, a thin, black mustache that angles upward sharply, and a large chin. He wears a frilly, white shirt underneath a red coat with gold lining and maroon cuffs. Each of these cuffs sports two yellow buttons. He also wears an orange sash over his right shoulder that holds his sword scabbard at his left hip. Hook wears maroon pants and white, knee-high socks, as well as black shoes with a pink circle decorating each one. The tongues of his shoes are enormous, reaching halfway up his shins. He wears a large, maroon hat with a huge, white feather stuck in it.
Powers and Abilities
- Swordsmanship: As featured in the original film, Disney Junior Live-Pirate & Princess Adventure, Battle of the Book,The Creature of Doubloon Lagoon and The Legion of Pirate Villains!, Hook displayed considerable skill in the use of a sword, He can be incredibly swift and agile do to his training of being feared across the seven seas.
- Fairy Communication: Captain Hook is one of the few human inhabitants of Never Land that is capable of understanding Fairy speak which is difficult for humans to understand; to them, all fairies sound like the jingling of bells.
- Various hooks: As mentioned, Hook's main objective throughout the series is to collect as much treasure as possible, even if it means stealing it from someone else. To achieve this goal, Hook often uses one of his special hooks, created for treasure hunting. Some of the hooks include a propeller hook to give the captain flight, a plunger hook to grasp treasure, and even a butterfly net hook.
Role in the series
In the first episode "Hide the Hideout!" While building a sandcastle Jake and his crew spot the Jolly Roger heading to Pirate Island. Captain Hook was determined to have an island hideout of his very own and decided that he will locate and claim Jake and puny pirate crews hideout as his own. But through the ordeal Hook and Smee remained unaware how to gain access into it. After various failed attempts to gain access into the hideout and falling into the Never Sea Hook comes down with a cold and is forced by a concern Mr. Smee to give up the hunt for the hideout and return to the Jolly Roger to have his cold treated.
In the episode "The Old Shell Game".Izzy finds a pink polka-dotted shell, she decides to put it on display in her shell collection. Unknown to Jake and his crew Captain Hook was spying on them, he also desired Izzy's seashell for himself, to add it to his own collection. Hook manages to steal it from the sea pups. Jake and his crew quickly climb aboard Bucky and heads off after Hook. Jake decides to first ask nicely, but Hook tells them that he will never give it back. Mr. Smee notices that the shell is missing, and both pirate groups find that it’s floating on a log in the Never Sea racing to retrieve it.
In the episode "Hats Off to Hook!" Skully find Captain Hook's hat washed up on the shore of Pirate Island beach. He gives it to Jake. Cubby and Izzy reminds Jake that Hook always takes there things and never gives it back. Jake tells his crew-mates that Hook doesn't play fair but we are not like him and decides to give it to Hook. However, on the Jolly Roger Captain Hook is furious due to his hat disappearance and order his crew to locate it at once. However, Hook soon spies Jake and his crew with his hat believing Jake and his crew took it and got revenge on him.
In the episode "Izzy's Pirate Puzzle" while spying on Jake and his crew Captain Hook decides to steal Izzy's puzzle box mistaking it for a treasure chest and flees to his hidden treasure cave on Never Land. Jake and his crew soon uncover Hook's Hidden Treasure Cave due to a large number of bright, flashing lights signs and large arrows marking the entrance to the cave. As Jake and his crew venture through the cave, they passed various tricks and traps until they reached Hook's treasure room. Captain Hook fed up due to his various failed attempts to force open the puzzle box failed, Hook decides to smash it with a large rock. Izzy quickly went into action using her Pixie Dust on herself so she could fly, swooped in and retrieving the box before Hook could smash it open. With the puzzle box safe in hand the young pirates decide to return to Pirate Island but before they could set off Captain Hook demands to see the treasure within the puzzle box Izzy revealed that the box was empty much to Hook's confusion. Izzy reveals opening the puzzle box is the real treasure but Captain Hook refuse to believe it was empty and clamming it to be some sort of a pirate trick as Hook tried to get a closer look at the puzzle box he accidentally set off one of his treasure cave traps unleashing one of the boulders on himself and Mr. Smee causing the duo to flee upon the trap floor sending villainous duo falling into the cavern. Jake and his offered to help Hook and Smee out, but Hook refused to need the aid of the puny pirates. At the end of the episode Hook and Smee were still trapped within the watery cavern. Hook orders Smee to stop pushing him as he sits on what he believes was a rock but as Smee reveals that he wasn't pushing Hook as he was sitting further away from him. Hook's confusion is latter replace by terror as the rock Hook was sitting on reveals was the Tick-Tock Croc who attempt to devour Hook. Hook and Smee are last seen fleeing deeper through the watery cavern with the crocodile in hot pursuit.
In the episode "Bucky Makes a Splash". While on a treasure hunt for a sunken treasure hidden at the bottom of the Never Sea. Captain Hook grow incapacitate at the speed of his ships speed and despite Smee warning, Hook causes the Jolly Roger to get stuck on a rock. Still desperate to get his hooks on the treasure Hook and Mr. Smee attempt to steal Bucky. Unknown to the captain and Smee that Bucky is self-aware, they believe the ship is haunted.
In the episode "Peter Pan Returns". Peter Pan's Shadow makes way for Never Land and visits the Jolly Roger: the ship of the villainous Captain Hook. There, he bothers Hook and his crew by awakening them from their slumber. Later back on the Jolly Roger, the shadow has proceeded in revealing itself. This alerts Hook and the crew of Peter's presence in Never Land. The captain plots to capture the shadow and use it as hostage to lure Peter to him. However, the shadow proves to be elusive as a chase leads the pirates to be thrown overboard and the Jolly Roger to be taken over by the shadow. The shadow, and the villain pirates, make way from Never Land. Once there, Hook finally bags the shadow. Peter, Jake, and the crew begin their search on the shore of Never Land where they find a note from Hook informing them of the impounded shadow. The heroes set off to meet Hook at Buccaneer's Bluff to settle the score. Instead, Hook attempts to force the heroes out of Never Land for the safety of the shadow.
Peter rejects the offer resulting into Hook and his crew taking the shadow to the Valley of Shadows. As the name suggests, the valley is filled with shadows made by various things. As the plan goes, Hook will unleash the shadow there so that Peter will never find it. As Peter and the crew make way for the valley, Peter's flight begins to die down. Being that Peter's thoughts are filled with worries about his shadow, he's beginning to lose his flight as it can only be accessed through happy thoughts. Unfortunately for Hook, Peter and Jake arrive on time. Instead, Hook decides to sink the shadow to the bottom of the Never Sea. Using Bucky, Peter Jake and the crew catches up to the Jolly Roger. A battle follows including events such as Izzy, Cubby and Skully getting trapped under the sail and Jake grabbing the chest with Peter's shadow inside but his vest is caught by Captain Hook's hook, the fight ends with the shadow being reattached to Peter, the villains falling overboard, and the crocodile chasing after them. Hook, Smee, Sharky, and Bones are last seen on a spit of land watching in horror as Tick-Tock the Crocodile and a large float of hungry crocodiles begin to swarm around the island as Hook screams for Smee to save him.
In the episode "Captain Hook is Missing!"Mr. Smee, Sharky, and Bones discover that Captain Hook is not aboard the Jolly Roger. With the help from Jake and his mates, they discover Hook's footprints heading in the direction of Crocodile Creek. Unknown to Jake and Hook's crew at the time the captain sleepwalks across a sleeping Tick-Tock who awakes confused. Hook manages to slip away from the crocodile, leaving only his hat atop the beast's head. When Jake and crew, accompanied by Mr. Smee, Sharky and Bones, arrive at the creek and spot the captain's hat atop the crocodile's head. Hook's crew feared the worst, but Skully assured everyone that Hook was safe, spotting another set of tracks on the other side of the creek but they had to get past old Tick-Tock who wasn't pleased to be disturbed from his slumber so early in the morning, which gave Izzy the idea if they all sing the crocodile a lullaby he'll go back to sleep allowing the pirates to safely pass.
The crew soon spot the Captain Hook's hook dangling on top a zip line across a large chasm when they soon lose sight of Hook's trail due to the sleepwalking captain was lifted into the air by a giant butterfly leaving only Hook's treasured teddy bear "Captain Cuddly Bear". Jake and the pirates discover the teddy bear tracking down the Captain and find him sleepwalking on Belch Mountain. With the assist of Izzy and her pixie dust Jake soar up to Belch Mountain recusing, the now awaken Hook from falling into the volcano. Hook shock through the whole ordeal demanded to know what happens to Mr. Smee explain everything to Hook and pointed out Jake saved him Hook reluctantly thanks Jake and his friends for saving him before they return to Pirate Island. Back on the Jolly Roger Hook was properly dressed in his pirate attire, Bones remembered to return Captain Cuddly Bear to Hook who quickly snap at responding "I'm a pirate captain. I don't need any stuff toy!" and ordered Smee, Sharky, and Bones to their chores, with his crew busy with their chores Hook delightfully cuddle his treasured teddy.
In the episode "Hook and the Itty-Bitty Kitty" introduced Red Jessica, a swashbuckling pirate gal that Captain Hook fell in love with, though she is apparently unaware of his affections. After being invited to Crimson Isle by Red Jessica Hook was very excited to visit his beloved Red Jessica. When he gets the island he finds that Red Jessica is going to run an errand out to sea and needs him to take care of her pet kitten Rosie. Hook agrees to great care of Red Jessica's pet as she sails away but the kitty escapes and is running around aboard the Jolly Roger. Hook and his crew try desperately to catch Rosie but fail. Meanwhile Jake and his crew are sailing past Crimson Isle when they see the commotion on Hook's ship. Jake and mateys rush to see if Captain Hook need any help but Hook refuses the aid of the sea pups and claims he can handle it. Just then Rosie runs ashore and into the Crimson Isle. See how the kitten proved too swift and clever for his bumbling crew Hook reluctantly agreed to Jake and his crew help to find Red Jessica's kitty. After traveling all across Crimson Isle the pirates finally spot Rosie resting on top of a sleeping tiger. While Hook's crew cower in fear from the safety of the treetops. Captain Hook muscles up enough courage to carefully retrieve Rosie from the tiger. Just then Red Jessica's ship could be spotted and the tiger soon awakes with a roar, and the pirates escaped using Izzy's pixie dust before Red Jessica got back. At the end of the episode, Captain Hook returns Rosie back to Red Jessica. Red Jessica was so delighted to see that Hook has taken a liking to her kitten, and decided to introduce him to her other "kitty" Sasha, much to Hook's confusion later replaced with fear when he sees the tiger, which sends Hook fleeing back to the Jolly Roger.
In the episode "Mama Hook Knows Best!" Hook's mother, known as Mama Hook, made a special appearance. One day, Mama Hook visits her son to embark on a treasure hunt with him so that she can witness how spectacular he is as a pirate captain. However, Hook secretly has no idea where to find the treasure but pretends to so his mother wouldn't be upset. Throughout the search, Mama Hook becomes aware of her son's bumbling antics. Hook and Smee witness Jake, Izzy, Cubby, and Skully looking for treasure and decides to follow them and steal whatever treasure they find. Hook successfully takes the treasure to mother. Initially, Mama Hook was very proud of her son until Jake, Izzy, Cubby, and Skully arrived and took back the treasure informing Mama Hook her son stole the treasure from them. Mama Hook calls out the young pirates enraged but her fury is turned to her son when Jake tells her that Captain Hook stole the treasure from them. Upon hearing that he only did it to make her proud, Mama Hook forgives her son and informs him that she's always been proud of him. Jake decides to share the treasure with Hook and his mother.
In the episode "Captain Hook's Lagoon." Hook tries to create his own lagoon by creating a dam to block all the water out of Jake's favorite swimming hole, Pirate's Plunge as Jake and his crew try to find a way to stop Hook and free the water from Captain's Hook so-called lagoon.
In the episode "Captain Who?" Captain Hook and his crew were hunting for treasure, but the heat was starting to take its toll on Smee, Sharky, and Bones, who wish to return to the Jolly Roger. Hook refuses to return to the ship without treasure and remind his crew who is in command, however, Hook soon loses his footing down the jungle path and fell face-first into the Forget-Me Flowers, causing Hook to forgets he is the captain of his crew. Sharky, Bones and Mr. Smee enlist Jake and crew to help jog his memory, so they take Hook all across Never Land, but nothing seems to work. The sea pups knew that if anything can restore Hook's memory of who he is, it is his fear of Tick-Tock the Crocodile. However Hook in his amnesia like state falls on the crocodile, waking the ravenous reptile from his slumber. As Hook hears the ticking sound, Hook's memory of the croc soon returns and later his own identity, sending Hook racing to safety with Tick-Tock in pursuit. Izzy quickly uses her pixie dust to fly everyone to safety from the hungry crocodile.
In the episode "Jake and Sneaky Le Beak!", Hook is also given a rival villain known as Beatrice Le Beak, a French pirate gal who plunders and pillages citizens of the Never Sea, as well, even villainous pirates such as Hook, she takes commands of Hook's vessel the Jolly Roger leaving Hook, Smee, Sharky, and Bones a drift in her rowboat. Luckily, Jake and his crew were sailing nearby and decided to help. Reluctantly, Hook accepts the puny pirates' help and they gave chase to Rainbow Falls were Beatrice Le Beak has abandon ship leaving Fast Claw to watch the ship but the fiendish falcon is tricked by Skully to leave his post allowing Hook and his crew to take command of the Jolly Roger once more.
Beatrice couldn't care less about the Jolly Roger and continued after the Splendor Gem fueling Captain Hook fire refusing to allow Le Beak to beat him to the treasure Hook gave chase and confronts Beatrice behind the falls. As the two greedy pirates battle for control of the Splendor Gem, they fall through the entrance behind the falls but are rescued by Izzy and her pixie dust losing the Splendor Gem to the Never Sea. Hook soon Roger where he has captured Beatrice and Fast Claw and force the duo to walk the plank for stealing his ship and costing him the treasure but this is short-lived as Beatrice Le Beak manages to steal one of Captain Hook's Whirly-Hooks allowing her and Fast Claw escape.
In the episode "Hook's Treasure Nap". Captain Hook was distraught he couldn't recall where he buried Captain Cuddly Bear's toy ship, the S.S Binky his childhood toy. Mr. Smee asks Jake and his crew to help Hook locate his toy ship. Captain Hook can only remember the way to the S.S Binky when he's asleep. So as Jake and the pirate's journey through Never Land lessening carefully to a sleeping Hook's directions. Soon with the help of Jake and his crew Hook uncovers his childhood toy. Smee asks his captain to thank Jake and his friends for their assistants, Hook refused to but reluctantly thanks them using Caption Cuddly Bear to speak on his behalf.
In the episode "The Sneaky Snook-Off", After overhearing Captain Hook declares himself the sneakiest snook in Never Land. Beatrice Le Beak soon challenges Hook to a Sneaky Snook-Off to determine who the true sneak is. Le Beak gains a huge advantage in the first challenge, a race to the top of Belch Mountain still using the whirly-hook she stole from Hook in the episode (Jake and Sneaky Le Beak!) to gain victory. As Beatrice gloats over her victory a frog emerges from the brush scaring Le Beak. Giving Captain Hook the advantage in the second contest crossing through Frog Hollow first. Le Beak again took the lead distracting Hook by mentioning treasure but soon find herself losing her cool once she encounters a large number of frogs gaining Hook the victory. Beatrice was furious at Hook's dirty trick as he mocks Le Beak's fear of frogs. Beatrice soon learns the perfect revenge thanks to Mr. Smee accidentally revealing Hook's fear of Tick-Tock the Crocodile. The third challenge takes place in Crocodile Cavern the lair of Tick-Tock Croc and the challenge is won by the snook who strikes the gargoyle gong first.
Le Beak manages to reach the cavern first and began crossing the rope bridge to the gong she wakes Tick-Tock from his slumber. Hook soon arrives shortly as he dreaded the croc was home. Le Beak gloats assured of her victory taunts Hook due to his fear of Tick-Tock. Captain Hook cuts the rope bridge sending Beatrice plummeting into the water with the crocodile. Hook attempts to ring the gong from afar using one of his hooks but Fast Claw intervenes, forcing Hook and Smee to cross the pit with Tick-Tock distracted attempting to devour Le Beak. But as Hook and Smee attempt to past them, Le Beak leaps on Hook's shoulders leaving all three pirates at the mercy of the hungry crocodile. Fortunately, Izzy manages to rescue them all using her pixie dust. With everyone safe, Le Beak and Hook still desired to ring the gong but Skully manages to strike the gong first ending the Sneaky Snook-Off. Back on the Jolly Roger Hook was still sulking due to his losing the contest with Le Beak when Mr. Smee informs him he revived a gift from Beatrice. Unknown to Hook, at the time the gift contained Tick-Tock Croc who began chasing the captain across the deck of the Jolly Roger.
In the episode "Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Battle for the Book", Captain Hook and his crew where searching through the Sea Witch's lair for treasure when Smee, Sharky, and Bones become distracted listening to Wendy telling her brothers stories about their first adventure in Never Land when Peter Pan outsmarts Captain Hook coming from the witch's magical tide-pool. Captain Hook overhears his crew listing to Wendy's tales believing that the book portrays him as a bumbling fool, furious he decides to fly to London, steal Wendy's storybook, and destroy her stories once and for all. Back in Never Land, Hook decides the Valley of Fury would be the perfect location to destroy the book but the captain is later confronted by Peter Pan, Jake, his crew and the Darling siblings. Hook tosses the book into fiery depths of the Valley of Fury, Izzy quickly uses her Pixie Dust to save the book, but as the book rises, the Valley of Fury erupts scattering the pages of the book all across Never Land. As Jake and his friends search the island for the pages, Hook and his crew also decide to give chase but also begin to forget the stories and their adventures on Never Land. Once at Skull Rock Jake and his crew manage to collect all the pages but one when Hook swoops in and manages to catches the last one. But as Hook gloats he can't seem to recall why the pages were so important to him. Jake recaps Hook on the events that conspired regarding the pages and tells him he needed to read it. As Hook reads the page he saved much to his surprise, he is not portrayed as a bumbling fool, but a nefarious villain, much to Hook's delight. Jake warns Hook if he tries to destroy the book he and everyone will never remember the tales of Peter Pan and Captain Hook ever again. Hook refuses to be forgotten and decides not to destroy the book and gives it back to Wendy.
In the episode "The Great Never Sea Conquest", Hook is sailing through a stormy Never Sea and facing sea monsters. However, it turns out to be a nightmare do following Jake and his crew without sleep. The Jolly Roger crew soon follow Jake and his crew on the search for Captain Colossus's sunken battleship the Mighty Colossus and its treasure. After sending Jake and his crew packing, Hook looks for the Mighty Colossus but soon concludes that it's a wild goose chase. However, the Jolly Roger's anchor soon gets caught in some and accidentally frees the evil mer-wizard, Lord Fathom.
Meanwhile Captain Hook still desperate for treasure,order his crew to search the Never Sea filling it with nets soon Fathom confronts Hook, he order the captain to remove the nets from his sea but the greedy captain refuses to take orders from the low some creature and attempt to steal the DarkLight Emerald from Fathom. However the mer-wizard power proved too great for Hook and his crew, luckily Jake and his crew were sailing nearby and come to Hook's aid. However Fathom power was even too great for the combined forces of Jake and Hook's crew sending them flying, he reveals he intends to unleash the Strake, the most ferocious monster in the Never Sea. To deal with this new threat, Jake creates the League of Never Sea Captains: Himself, Captain Hook, Captain Flynn, Captain Frost, and Beatrice Le Beak.
In the episode "The Golden Hook", Captain Hook was the main focus of the episode, after locating the legendary Golden Hook, which can turn anything it touches into gold Hook's newfound power and wildest desire for riches soon get the better of him turning Sharky, Bones and even the Jolly Roger into gold. Mr. Smee informs Jake and his crew that Hook is no longer in control of his senses and needs to be stopped. Jake and his crew soon confront Hook and tried to reason with him. But Hook soon scoffs at the young pirate's remarks and claims that his crew are now more valuable to him as gold before fleeing into Never Land to turn the whole island into gold. During his journey Hook is confronted by his old foe Tick-Tock the Crocodile who attempts to devour him causing Hook to flee, but Hook soon realizes with the power of the Golden Hook, he no longer need to fear the crocodile and turns him into gold. Jake and his crew accompanied by Mr. Smee soon spot Tick-Tock and felt sorry for his fate, leaving Izzy, Skully, Cubby and even Mr. Smee open to Hook's Golden Hook. Jake was left to face Hook alone but much to the captain's surprise his golden hook doesn't have any effect on Jake's Mighty Captain Sword. The tables are soon turned as Hook is later turned gold by the power of the golden hook. Jake soon destroys the golden hook by throwing it the depths of Belch Mountain reverting the spell and turning everyone back to normal. Captain Hook mourns the loss of all that gold but Jake assured Hook he still has Tick-Tock Croc who attempts to devour Hook for turning into gold earlier. Hook is last seen fleeing deeper into the jungle with Tick-Tock in pursuit.
Hook is the main focus of the episode "Captain Hook's Crocodile Crew", After retrieving a large rock formation resembling his mother he orders his crew to follow him across the bridge. Mr. Smee warns Hook the bridge can't support the combined weight of all them and the rock, but Hook refuses to listen and send them all tumbling down into Crocodile Creek. As Hook learns that he is the lair of his most feared nemesis he wanted to get out as fast as he can but he notices that his hat is missing and demand his crew to find it. Sharky soon uncovers a crown that Hook wasn't impressed by, until Bones revealed that the crown is the legendary Crocodile Crown said to make its wearer king of the crocodiles. Hook refused to believe just by wearing the crown will give him control over those ravenous reptiles. Suddenly Tick-Tock Croc emerges from the creek with two other crocodiles attempting to devour Hook and his crew. It wasn't until spotting the Crocodile Crown on top of Hook's head that Tick-Tock and the other crocodiles became obedient. Hook couldn't believe his eyes and ordered the crocodiles to perform various tricks which they all did successfully. Marveling a the sight of the crocs following his commands without any backtalk and there combined might he felt that he did not need Smee, Sharky and Bones any longer and soon turned the crocodiles upon his old crew. Later Hook is seen upon a throne constructed by the crocodiles as he amuses himself making Tick-Tock juggle for him. Smee, Sharky, and Bones soon returned with Jake who tries to reason with Hook warning him the danger that Tick-Tock and the other crocodiles are only serving him do to the power of the crown and are dangerous. Hook refuses to listen and order the crocodiles to upon them once more leading into a wooden cage locking them up. Hook soon gloats and informs the pirates with the combined might of his new subjects he will now attempt to retrieve the most dangerous treasure on the island the treasure of Captain Catastrophe. Hook accompanied by crocodiles enters the booby-trap canyon of Captain Catastrophe not even trying to avoid the traps as he presses forward as Tick-Tock and the crocodiles protect him until he reached the X that marks the spot. Hook soon orders the crocodiles dig up the treasure. Suddenly one of the trap crossbows shoots the Crocodile Crown off Hook's head freeing Tick-Tock and the crocodiles from Hook's control leaving Hook at the mercy of the hungry crocs as he flees Hook's set more of the traps off. With the dangers of the various traps going off around them Tick-Tock and the crocodiles give up the chase and flee to safety. Hook pleads for them not to abandon him and rescue him but Tick-Tock merely mocks Hook before leaving with the rest of the crocs. Hook is soon rescued by the combined effort of Jake, Smee, Sharky, and Bones. Hook is grateful to his old crew for coming to his aid and their loyalty even after he treated them so poorly. Smee, Sharky, and Bones assured Hook that they will never leave their captain.
In the episode "The Legion of Pirate Villains" Captain Hook attempts to reclaim the lost treasure of the Captain Colossus at Dreadnought Cove. Mr. Smee pleads with Hook the treasure is not worth the risk of waking the Strake. Hook bellows that he doesn't fear the beast as he enters the Never Sea within his divers suit accidentally knocking the fragment of the Darklight Emerald Lord Fathom as he plots to wake the Strake once more. Unaware of his actions Hook is later he is captured by the Grim Buccaneer. When Hook awakens he is seen in a holding cell alongside Doctor Undergear and ShiverJack as the villains begin to taunt one another the Grim Buccaneer reveals that he wishes to join forces with Undergear and ShiverJack, praising both villains for there own expertise. When it came to Hook, Grim mentions he captured him by mistake and he originally wanted Lord Fathom to join the Legion of Pirate Villains. Hook was insulted that the other three villains thought so little of him despite his nefarious reputation. It wasn't until Undergear and ShiverJack brought up Hook's humiliation do to consistently being bested by Peter Pan, furious Captain Hook soon demonstrates the power of his collection of hooks and was quickly able to disarm both Undergear and ShiverJack with his sneaky tricks. Grim soon agree to allow Hook to take part in the plot to uncover Captain Colossus's treasure of ultimate power before Jake and his crew finds it. But Captain Hook true goal was to take the treasure for himself.
In the series finale "Captain Hook's Last Stand!", Jake and his crew accompanied by the Darling siblings prepare to greet Peter and Tinker Bell who have returned from their travels to the Lands beyond the Never Sea. Even Smee, Sharky, and Bones were excited to see what treasures Peter brought from his travels. Captain Hook was furious that his nemesis had returned to Never Land until he overheard the danger of one treasure, the Doom Stone that has the power to turn anyone into stone and gradually turning its user evil. Peter decides to hide the Doom Stone within Hangman's Tree so it would be safe unaware that he and group were being spied on by Captain Hook and manages to sneak into Peter's hideout and take the Doom Stone. Peter later confronts Hook and tries to reason him that the Doom Stone is too powerful for him to handle, but Captain Hook ignores Pan's warning and blast him with Doom Stone magical power turning Peter Pan to stone, Captain Hook soon delights that he has finally managed to defeat Peter,suddenly Hook is engulfed a purple smoke like aura turning his attire black and his hook hand into stone. While Mr. Smee and the rest of Hook's crew panic. Hook delights at his newfound power growing more evil by the minute and sings of long-awaited victory over Pan. Hook decides to take Peter's petrified body to the Jolly Roger as a trophy. However Jake and his crew with help from Tinker Bell, Wendy, John, and Michael manage to Peter Pan away from Hook and his crew by hiding Peter within Tiki Forest as they gather various magical objects that they think will help restore Peter back to normal. By the time that all the magical objects are gathered Hook himself is soon petrified as well after using his last bit of strength to stop Jake and his friends from restoring Peter back to normal. It was later revealed that Wendy's kiss was enough to break the spell on Peter. Now free from the Doom Stone both Peter and Jake destroy it to assure that no fall prey to its dark powers ever again. With the threat of Doom Stone no more the hero's rejoiced until they notice Smee, Sharky, and Bones mourning over there now petrified captain. Wendy assured Hook's crew that he won't remain a statue Wendy kisses Captain Hook, breaking both the curse and returning Hook back to normal much to delight of Smee who thanks Wendy for saving his captain and apologize to Peter and Jake's crew for everything put them through as Sharky and Bones assist Hook back to the Jolly Roger. Captain Hook is last seen at the end of the special attempting to capture both Jake and Peter Pan in a net as they soar over the Jolly Roger during the closing musical number only to be caught inside his own net much to Hook's annoyance and Jake and Peter's amusement.
Captain Hook is mention by Skully quite a lot in the spin-off usually as the culprit behind various problems in the shorts. In the final episode "Pulley Hook", Hook makes a psychical appearance and as a twist, Skully asks the viewers to help Captain Hook figure out which hook he should use to reach a treasure on a faraway island.
Captain Hook makes regular appearances in the spin-off. In the episode "Flying", Jake and his crew need the help of the viewer to get their presents back from Captain Hook, who attempts to capture them but ends up falling off the Jolly Roger into the Never Sea. In the episode "Saving Captain Hook", Hook was the main focus of the episode, Jake teaches the viewers how to save Captain Hook.
Captain Hook makes a brief appearance in the episode "Tick Tock Croc!", showing the wrong means dealing with Tick-Tock the Crocodile and later being chased by the ravenous reptile at the end of the short. In the episode "Go, Bucky Go!", Jake teaches the viewers how to steer Bucky in order to get away from Captain Hook.
In the episode "Dancing with Pirates", Captain Hook appears in the short showing Hook not as graceful on his feet as he thinks he is. Hook is also seen dancing successfully with Red Jessica.
In the episode "I've Got my Sword", Captain Hook is briefly seen at the beginning of the short as Jake describes various objects that are important to various pirates, for Hook it's his hook hand. Captain Hook is also featured in the short trying to steal Jake's sword.
Captain Hook makes a brief appearance in the short "Hop-Hop-Hop!", accidentally knock into the lagoon by Mr. Smee as they hop across the giant sea sponge.
Mama Hook Knows Best!(short)
Captain Hook appears in the short as his mother tries to offering him advice on being a good pirate.
Captain Hook reappears in the spin-off once again as the main antagonist of the Lego Duplo adventures. In the first episode "The Golden Pyramid" Jake and his crew are looking for the treasured pyramid within the Never Land Desert. Unknown to Jake and his mateys Captain Hook and Mr. Smee overhears and gives chase for the pyramid as well.
In the episode "The Treasure of Belch Mountain", Jake and his crew were on the quest to retrieve the next Pirate Piece in the belly of Belch Mountain which erupts sending fireballs raining down on Jake and his crew who race past them. Unknown to Jake and mateys Captain Hook and Mr. Smee where hiding among the trees Jake and his crew knocked over in their attempt to flee the lave. Knowing the sea pups could lead him to the Pirate Piece and give chase for the volcano. Captain Hook and Mr. Smee gain the upper hand using his Whirly-hook to fly to beat Jake and his crew to the treasure but this is short-lived as Hook grabs the Pirate Piece with his bare hand burning it causing him to drop the piece allowing Jake and his crew to reclaim it. Hook is last seen after Belch Mountain fiery burps destroy the captain's Whirly-hook sending him and Smee plummeting only to land on the back of Tick-Tock the Crocodile who quickly chases Hook and Smee away.
In the episode "Stormy Seas", while Jake and his crew are sailing through a stormy Never Sea to the next Pirate Pieces of Eight located at Trident Rock. Captain Hook and Mr. Smee are on their trail for the pirate piece as well. Bucky proved too fast for Hook, but the captain refused to be bested yet again by the puny pirates. Armed with his cannon hook (Boat Buster hook), he blasts a hole into Bucky causing him to sink. While Jake and his crew repair Bucky, they needed one more piece to patch him up, when they spot the Pirate Piece of King Neptune they were searching for and manage to fish it out of the Never Sea before Captain Hook could and use it to fix Bucky. Captain Hook tries one last attempt to reclaim the Pirate Piece armed once more with his Boat Buster hook, but thanks to the Pirate Piece of King Neptune, the blast is deflected right back to Hook, causing a massive tidal wave and forcing Hook and Smee to flee.
Hook and Smee reappear in the episode "The Big Golden Tiki Treasure", the villainous duo try to beat Jake and his crew to the next Pirate Piece that is the grasp of a group of monkeys that flee through the Never Land Jungle.
In the episode "Pirates on Ice", Hook and Smee trail Jake and his crew as they venture into Chi-Chi-Chilly Canyon. But neither snow nor sleet will stop Hook in quest to finding the Pirate Piece of Buccaneer Blue to uncover the Buccaneer Blast of treasure.
In the episode "The Never Land Jungle Speedway",Jake challenges Captain Hook to a sail wagon race across Never Land.The winner will find a special treasure at the finish line the Pirate Piece of the golden trophy.During the course of the sail wagon race Hook attempt to all kinds of sneaky tricks to prevent Jake and his mateys from winning the race but in the end Jake beats Captain Hook in the sail wagon race across Never Land. Jake managed to claim the Pirate Piece of the golden trophy leaving Hook and Smee dangling over a cliff when the captain refuses Jake's help. Hook manages to pull himself up using the crocodile's tail he mistakes for a low hanging log or vine. Hook quickly flees in terror with Tick-Tock Croc in pursuit deep into the Never Land Jungle.
In the finial episode "The Never Land Pirate Pieces of Eight", Jake and his crew need to find the finial piece of eight.The Pirate Piece of Forever Tree, however Captain Hook manage to get through the magical stone door and discovered the Pirate Piece before Jake and his crew.Hook quickly flees into the jungle with Jake and his mateys in hot pursuit, unknown to Jake and the other it was a trap so Hook can imprison them and take all of the young pirates pieces and claim the Buccaneer Blast of treasure for himself on top of Buccaneer Mountain.Jake and the crew call Peter for help, and the flying boy is able to free Jake and his crew from the cage.Peter accompanies Jake and his crew when they confront Captain Hook.Hook grew tired of Pan's meddling and constructs a giant Dublo version of himself using the combined powers of all the magical Pirate Pieces of Eight he stole to destroy Pan, Jake and his crew once and for all,but this is short lived as both Peter and Jake manage to defeat the giant Dublo Hook and reclaim all the Pirate Pieces of Eight with Izzy's pixie dust.With Hook defeated, Peter alongside Jake and the others reach the top of Buccaneer Mountain.After Jake and his crew uncover the treasure of Buccaneer Mountain, gold doubloons start raining from the top of Buccaneer Mountain.Captain Hook and Mr. Smee overjoyed the sight of all the treasure tried scooping the large hoard of riches up.This is short lived when the pile of gold beneath Hook and Smee started rustling revealing the Tick-Tock Croc who quickly send both Hook and Smee fleeing in terror with the crocodile in pursuit.
Captain Hook has regularly appeared in books, various comics, and other printed stories in the series. In the book X Marks the Croc. After Captain Hook attempts to steal Peter Pan's map-in-a-bottle, the bottle ends up in the Tick-Tock Croc's belly! It's up to Jake and his crew to shake things up a bit as they try to get the Croc to laugh, sneeze, and even burp up the bottle.
In the book Trick or Treasure? It's Halloween in Never Land! When Captain Hook gets his hands-or rather-his hook on a clever costume disguise, he figures he'll be able to trick the kids out of their yummy "treasure" of Halloween treats. But the trick's on Hook when Jake and the crew work together to outwit that sneaky crook in this pirate adventure that comes with a sheet of foil stickers.
In the book The Croc Takes the Cake. It's Captain Hook's birthday, but poor Hook has never had a birthday cake! When Hook sees Jake hoisting a big box onto his ship, he decides he must have whatever is in the box, no matter what. But during his attempt to swipe the cake it is soon consumed by Tick-Tock Croc when it falls into the Never Sea.
In the book Let's Get Jumping! When a big box washes ashore full of Pogo sticks, Jake and his crew have a great time bouncing all around Never Land! Of course, Captain Hook decides he simply must have the bouncy things and steals them. Bucky Makes a Splash! In need of a ship when the Jolly Roger gets beached, Captain Hook 'borrows' Jake's pirate ship Bucky. not realizing that Bucky is alive! With help from Jake's crew, Bucky defends himself against Hook, sending the crazed captain back to his own ship thinking he's lost his mind.
In the storybook adaption of Birthday Bash. It's Jake's birthday! To celebrate this special day, Jake's crew has created a special treasure map for him that will lead to fun birthday activities. Like a true Never Land pirate, Jake decides to invite that sneaky snook, Captain Hook, and Mr. Smee to join in the fun. While Jake and his friends enjoy a game of pin the tail on the Tick-Tock Croc in Tiki Forest. During Captain Hook's turn, he wonders off the trail accidentally pinning the tail on the real crocodile sleeping nearby. Tick-Tock enraged pursues Hook around the forest until Jake asks the Tiki Trees to help Hook by lifting up out of the crocodile's reach.
In the book After a While, Crocodile. Captain Hook was determined to find some treasure while rummaging around his ship he locates a map leading to Crocodile Creek. Hook dreaded the very idea of entering the lair of that scaly scoundrel Tick-Tock Croc but couldn't pass a chance of claiming the treasure for himself.
In the storybook Save Me, Smee! Captain Hook finds a treasure map that leads him into the most perilous places in all of Never Land. During his search for treasure Hook's teddy bear Captain Cuddly falls overboard into the Never Sea. Quickly Hook leaps in after it only to see his precious childhood toy in the clutches of his most feared enemy Tick-Tock Croc.
In the storybook Mama Hook Knows Best: A Pirate Parent's Favorite Fables Mama Hook reminisces about her son's various experiences tracking treasures.
In the book Surfin' Turf based on the episode of the same name, when Marina giving Izzy surfing lessons only when Captain Hook steals Jake's surfboard, Jake and the crew rush to retrieve the board before it goes over Rainbow Falls and becomes a pile of splintered wood.
In the book Treasure of the Tides, based on the episode of the same name. Izzy joins Marina and the other mermaids at Hidden Cove for the Treasure of the Tides ceremony. But that sneaky snook Captain Hook has his eye on the mermaids' treasure.
In the book Follow That Sound. Cubby has plans to play his harmonica at Marina the Mermaid's big party tonight. But that sneaky snook Captain Hook hates the sound of the Cubby playing his harmonica and attempt to put a stop to it.
In the Disney Junior book Jake and the Spyglass. After Captain Hook loses his spyglass, he decides to takes Jake's Spyglass forever. Danger lurks around every corner as Jake and his crew try to get their spyglass back from Captain Hook and the wild animals of the Never Jungle.
In the storybook adaption of Battle for the Book. Wendy is reading stories of her and her brother's adventures in Never Land with Peter Pan to John, Michael, and Nana. However, watching from the Sea Witch's magical tide pool in her abandon lair in Never Land, Captain Hook is furious at how he is pictured in Wendy's stories as a bumbling fool, losing to Peter Pan at every opportunity. Wanting revenge for his portrayal in Wendy's stories, he has Mr. Smee, Sharky, and Bones set course for London to steal the book and do away with it. Back in London, just as Wendy and her brothers are getting ready to go to bed, Hook arrives to steal the storybook.
Captain Hook has appeared in an excessive amount of video games and apps. Many of his games appearance in the series as the main antagonist, but others such as "Ready, Set, Hook" the player gets a rare glimpse as playing as the villainous captain. In the game "Hook Yer Pirate Name", choosing from the various objects from Hook's ship to the shores of Never Land Captain Hook will give the player there own pirate name.
In the online game "Izzy's Flying Adventure." Captain Hook and Mr. Smee manage to sneak on to Pirate Island and uncover the Team Treasure Chest as they flee back to Never Land. Jake and his crew give chase after the villainous duo using Izzy's pixie.
In the online game "Plundering Pup" Jake and his crew have to catch Patch the Pirate Pup after he stole one of Captain Hook's boots and his collection of hooks that are scattered all across Never Land. After reclaiming Captain Hook's belongings Jake and his crew head to Hook's Treasure Cave. But Hook seems to have locked himself within in his cave, the last quest is to solve a puzzle to unlock Hook's Treasure Cave.
In the online game "Hook's Merry Winter Treasure Hunt", Hook and Smee manage to swipe Jake and his crew presents and tree but as the villainous duo make there way back to the Jolly Roger they end up caught in a storm blowing the tree and gifts to Never Land. Hook and Smee most search the island to recapture the gifts with a merry winter treasure hunt. After reclaiming all the gifts, in the spirit of the holiday season Hook has a change of heart and returns the gifts to Jake and his crew.
In the online game "Puttin' Pirates". Hook is one of the playable characters the player can play as in the pirate min golf game. If not chosen as player Hook can be still be heard giving introductions during the tutorial and commenting on the various hazards on the course. In the online game "Hook's Cakey Bakey Stack." It's Hook's birthday and Mr. Smee needs to make a cake large enough for his greedy captain.
In the Disney Junior online game "Jake's Lost Story Quest.", which is loosely based upon the episode Battle for the Book, Hook decides to fly to London, England, steal Wendy's storybook, and destroy her stories once and for all. Hook attempts to stop the player putting the book back together by pursing them after each turn if he catches them he'll steal the pages they collected.
In the Disney Junior online gamee "A Treasure for Mama Hook." Captain Hook and Mr. Smee take Mama Hook for a treasure hunt but doesn't have a clue where any treasure can be located. Unknown to Hook and Smee Jake and crew overhear and decided to help.
In the Disney Junior online game "Super Pirate Powers". Captain Hook manages to swipe the Mega-Mecha Sword. Jake set off on a quest to reclaim the sword pursuing Hook across Never Land. During the final phase of the game Hook confronts Jake within Belch Mountain. He rides a vehicle (similar to the Koopa Clown Car). He can also interfere with the players by unleashes powerful jets of water from the safety of the vehicle preventing Jake from reaching the Mega-Mecha Sword. Once Jake reclaims the sword he activates the switch controlling the jets of water drenching Hook causing the vehicle he's riding in to malfunction and plummet from the sky with Hook inside.
In the Disney Junior App "Jake's Treasure Trek ", Captain Hook appears as the main antagonist. Peter Pan sends Jake and his crew of pirates on an epic quest to save Never Land from the darkness. Jake most race through Jungle Run Isle, Dry Dock Rock, and Lava Tiki Island in order to find Tinker Bell's magical lantern before the sneaky Captain Hook. Captain Hook relies on his Whirly-Hook to give him the upper hand of flight as Jake most race through various locations on foot.
In the online game "Bucky's Halloween Haunt." Captain Hook and Mr. Smee appear as the main antagonist of the game sneaking aboard Bucky to steal Jake and his crew Halloween treasure. It's up to the player to assist Jake and crew keep the treat treasures from falling into Hook and Smee's grasp and later scaring the villainous duo using Bucky's various tricks to make him appear as haunted.
In the online game Disney Junior App "Soaring Over Summer Arcade", Captain Hook appears as the main antagonist. In the game, Captain Hook finds a treasure and takes it to a top of a high tower-like structure. He is pursued by Jake and attacks him by throwing Whirly-Hooks. He is eventually pursued to the top of the tower, where Jake can reclaim the treasure.
In the Disney Junior online game "Look Sharp Mateys," Captain Hook and Smee steal Jake and his crew's fruit snacks and are hiding on Never Land.The player must help spot Hook and Smee hiding throughout the island before they get away with all of the fruit.
Theme parks and other live appearances
Disney Junior - Live on Stage!
Captain Hook appears as a puppet in the live musical stage show at Disney California Adventure and Disney's Hollywood Studios. During Jake's segment, Captain Hook steals their Team Treasure Chest and flee to Never Land. While on the island Hook tries various means to open the chest from trying to guess the magic words to pick the lock with his hook but all failed. At the climax, Hook refuses to give up the chest, but Skully reminds everyone that only the Tick-Tock Croc can scare Hook, thus giving Jake the idea to mimic the croc's tick-tocking noise to scare Hook off.
Disney Junior Live-Pirate & Princess Adventure Tour
Captain Hook appears in the live musical stage show again accompanied by his scurvy crew searching for a means to unlock the treasure hidden inside a mysterious volcano. Captain Hook knew Jake and his crew were also on the search for the treasure of the volcano. Using his Fishing Rod-hook the captain steals Cubby's map before fleeing into the Never Land jungle with his crew.
Later aboard the Jolly Roger assured of his victory Hook gloats as he and crew sing Captain Hook is a Cranky Crook. After the song, Smee tries to inform Hook that the volcano will only reveal itself to a great pirate hero. Hook was well aware of the legend as he snaps at Smee believing himself to be a great pirate hero. Smee nervously replied he meant Jake, much to Hook's anger. Jake and his crew soon sneak aboard the Jolly Rodger but Hook knew Jake would attempt to reclaim the map, Hook prepared a trap waiting for him. As Jake reaches for the map he finds himself trapped within a cage within the crow's nest. With Jake taken care of Hook's victory was assured until Hook soon hears the ominous ticking of the crocodile's approaching the captain panics about the deck of his ship as he flees to Smee to save him, his bumbling first mate accidentally knocks Hook out cold as he opens the door. Unaware of his action Smee believes Hook's taking a nap.
When Hook finally awakens from his unexpected nap he witnesses not just Jake free from his trap but also Peter Pan aboard his ship. Hook commence sword fight with Peter during the chaos Peter Pan summons his shadow to assist him to keep distracted allow Pan to subdue the captain with a net allowing Jake and his crew to flee back aboard Bucky before leaving. Hook finally frees himself from the net and order his crew to follow the puny pirates. Hook soon catches up to Jake and his crew and with the assistance of the Jolly Roger's coconut cannon knocks Jake and his crew off course. With his advantage, Captain Hook and crew continue the search for the treasure but the captain soon becomes frustrated the volcano hasn't revealed itself or the treasure to him. Hook soon hear the ominous ticking of the Tick-Tock Croc who emerges out of the brush attempting to devour him. Jake and his crew soon arrived to rescue the captain from the hungry crocodile using Izzy's pixie dust. With Hook safe with his crew once more, he reluctantly thanks Jake and his crew for saving him.
Jake is Hook's main pirate rival. To some extent, Hook is shown to be jealous of Jake. Hook is forever stealing Jake's toys and prized possessions. Hook is not up-to-date on the names of popular toys, often giving them obvious names, such as "wheely-rolly thing" instead of a skateboard, or "surfy thing" instead of a surfboard.
Despite their differences, Hook and Jake are shown to work together on occasions, sometimes without the captain's knowledge. In "Hooked", Jake worked behind the scenes to help Hook get the Ruby Heart of Hearts for Red Jessica. Other times, Hook is aware of Jake's assistance, such as in the episode, "Hook and the Itty-Biity Kitty". Hook is often reluctant to accept the help of the "puny pirates", but has thanked them on occasion.
Hook finds Izzy a threat to his schemes, with her pixie dust constantly giving Jake and his mateys the upper hand and quick means to escape once they reclaim the treasure Hook stole. In the episode "The Emerald Coconut", Once Jake and Izzy are trap in one of Peter's pirate booby traps by mistake, Hook gloats believing no one can stop him from getting away with the treasure not even acknowledging Cubby and Skully as threats. In the episode "Treasure of the Tides", Izzy joins Marina, Stormy, and the mermaids to find the Treasure of the Tides held at Hidden Cove, Izzy gives her pixie dust to Jake, Cubby, and Skully who are journeying to the cove on foot. Without her pixie dust Hook believes Izzy is no longer a threat to him.
Unlike Jake and Izzy Hook originally didn't see Cubby as much of a threat to his schemes, Cubby is also at times the more fearful of Captain Hook. As revealed in the episode "The Emerald Coconut", Hook doesn't consider Cubby and Skully a threat. It wasn't until Cubby manages to outwit Hook aboard the Jolly Roger Hook sees Cubby differently. Like the other pirates, Cubby is greatly annoyed by Hook's thieving ways but won't hesitate to help the Captain when needed.
Skully has a tense relationship with Hook, often referring to him as "Ol' Feather Hat". Skully reveals his disdain for the Captain through cold glares and prolonged silences. In the episode "Captain Hook is Missing!", Skully was quick to decline to help Hook's crew find their missing captain. Hook thinks little of Skully as well similar to Cubby as seen in the episode The Emerald Coconut. In the episode "Happy Hook Day!", Hook couldn't understand why Jake and his crew would waste gifts on Skully. However in "Captain Hook's Parrot", Captain Hook wants to have his own pet, so he and his crew capture Skully during a game of hide-and-seek with Jake and his crew. During his time aboard the Jolly Roger Hook tries various means to sway Skully into joining his crew but Skully refuses Hook's demands at every turn treasuring his friend Jake and his crew than his own freedom.
Captain Hook is an enemy of Marina and her people, constantly bulling the mermaids into revealing their secret treasures hidden deep below the depths of the Never Sea not to mention constantly stealing from her allies Jake and his crew.
In Undersea Bucky!, Captain Hook and his bumbling crew are looking for the Jolly Roger's missing anchor, when Hook witness Marina accompanied by Jake and crew entering Submarine Bucky and diving below the depths of the Never Sea. Hook couldn't resist finding whatever treasure the puny pirates maybe after and claiming it for himself he and Mr. Smee soon follow, using diving suits. When Marina finally uncover the magical Pink Pearl and tries to restore the pearl to its resting place, when Captain Hook and Mr. Smee confront Marina.Marina tries to stop Hook from stealing the pearl but the greedy captain couldn't pass up the treasure and scoff at Marina's efforts to stop him, but was thwarted when Jake and crew use Submarine Bucky's coconut grabbers to take the pearl away from Hook and Smee.But Hook and Smee could give chase, they are quickly chased off by a hungry Never-Shark.
In "Jake's Royal Rescue", Hook tried to hold Queen Coralie for ransom to gain access to the mermaids vast riches, but the queen's ego and her constant mispronouncing of Hook's name was too much for the captain to bare that he gives up on his plot and simply allows Jake and his crew to rescue the queen just to get rid of her.
In the episode "Captain Frost", When Captain Hook gains the power of the North Wind Snowflake he uses the gems power to freeze Mermaid Lagoon allowing the captain to retrieve the treasure and even threaten to freeze Marina and the other two mermaids if they stand in his way.
In the "Sleeping Mermaid",Captain Hook was the only one who could break the sleeping spell on Queen Coralie, Hook refuse to help Coralie, but with a little help from Marina using a large pearl as a reward Hook agreed to assist, playing on Hook's greed.Everything seem to go as planned until Hook found out that he had to kiss the mermaid queen to break the spell and refuse believing that she deceived him.
Sharky and Bones
Sharky and Bones take pride in their work as villainous pirates and show to have a great fear of Captain Hook. Sharky and Bones have also been known to slack off from there various chores aboard the Jolly Roger in favor of playing music as seen in the episode "Escape from Belch Mountain".
In "Peter's Musical Pipes". Captain Hook get fed up with the duo not completing their chores forces the duo to walk the plank (which means being fired in a pirate's life). After their discharge, Sharky and Bones help Jake's crew who are coincidentally searching for a treasure that requires musical talents and the use of Peter Pan's pipes, which they already have in their possessions, in order to be found. Hook spots Sharky and Bones working with the puny pirates and follows them to the treasure of Peter Pan's pipes. Hook steals the pipes but doesn't know how to play, preventing him from revealing the treasure. Sharky volunteers to play it if Hook hires him and Bones and promises never to have them walk the plank again. Hook agrees. The treasure is revealed and the pipes are returned to Jake by Bones. Hook still decides to steal the pipes but Jake and his crew escape. Hook forgets the situation and makes way for the Jolly Roger. There, he orders Sharky and Bones to complete their work and play some music which they gladly do.
It is currently unknown when or how Captain Hook met the Never Bird, but after that faithful encounter, the Never Bird served Hook until the episode "Never Say Never!", after Mr. Smee accidentally destroys the Jolly Roger's steering wheel causing the ship to steer out of control. Hook desired a replacement, he soon spots Izzy's Hipster Twister Hoop and decides it would be perfect. Smee offers to fetch it for Hook, but the captain grew tired of Smee's bumbling and decided to summon the Never Bird instead. Hook orders the Never Bird to steal Izzy's Hipster Twister Hoop, after successfully retrieving Izzy's hoop the Never Bird has a change of heart and decides to betrays Hook and takes the twister hoop for herself to the top Never Ever Peak Mountain.Furious at the Never Bird betrayal Hook purses the bird back to her nest. However, this is short-lived by the end of the episode the Never Bird has become allies of Jake and his crew.
In "The Golden Egg", Hook attempts to steal the golden egg Jake and his crew discover the Never Bird tries to stop Hook from capturing the egg but she is captured as well. But this short-lived as Hook and Smee try to make their escape across the bay on the turtle's back that quickly submerge in defiant to Hook's losing both the golden egg and the Never Bird to Jake and his crew.
Mr. Smee is still Hook's loyal first mate and best friend accompanying the captain on various hunts for treasure, they are extremely close, with Smee saving Hook's life on a regular basis. Hook is still short-tempered with Smee bumbling and never listens to Smee's desires to leave Jake and his crew alone. But Hook appreciate his first mate as seen in "It's a Pirate Picnic!",after Captain Hook steals Cubby's map to Butterfly Bluff thinking it leads to a buried treasure, Smee becomes separated from Hook and his crew only to find Jake and his crew as they attempt to stop Hook. However, Hook spots Smee from afar joining Jake's crew believing Smee has betrayed him. It wasn't until Jake and his friends accompanied by Smee reached Butterfly Bluff, Smee was able to explain he got lost and Jake and his crew help him find Hook, resourcing he'd never leave his best cap'n.
However, the duo friendship has been tested in the episode "Ahoy, Captain Smee!", Mr. Smee is left in command of the Jolly Roger after Captain Hook gave up his title of captain and abandoned ship with Sharky and Bones, leaving Smee to deal with the sinking ship. Luckily, Jake and his crew were sailing nearby and decided to help. With the danger over, Hook, Sharky, and Bones returned aboard the Jolly Roger. Hook orders Smee to return his title as captain, but Mr. Smee shocks Captain Hook by deciding to remain as captain for a while. It wasn't until Hook saved Smee's life during a treasure hunt that the first mate decided to return Hook to command.
Hook adores his mother and even as an adult still strives to make her happy. Mama Hook has a very sweet relationship with Hook. As his mother, she naturally loves him, but she doesn't approve of his sneaky thieving nature seen in her debut in "Mama Hook Knows Best!", when Jake tells her that Captain Hook stole the treasure from them. Upon hearing that he only did it to make her proud, Mama Hook forgives her son and informs him that she's always been proud of him. Jake decides to share the treasure with Hook and his mother.
In the episode "The Mystery Pirate!", a Mystery Pirate swipes Jake's sword and Captain Hook's Hook, forcing both pirate crews to team up to get their belongings. After a long chase with the help of Izzy and her pixie dust, Mama Hook was revealed to be the Mystery Pirate in order to teach her son a lesson of how it feels to have something he treasures taken away from him for a change. In the episode "Where's Mama Hook?", Captain Hook fears that his mother is lost in Dark Valley with the help of Jake and his crew splint into teams to find her. But by the end of the episode, Mama Hook ends up rescuing everyone else.
In the episode "Captain Hook's New Hobby", James was reluctant to try and find a hobby for himself seeing it as a waste of time when he could be hunting for treasure, but Mama Hook assured him that if he gets a hobby, he might find treasure faster.
Like with Mama Hook, Red Jessica shows another side to Hook's character. It's currently unknown when or how they met but after that faithful day Hook develops a crush on her. During the course of the series Hook has been struggling ever since to win her affection. In the episode "Hook and the Itty-Bitty Kitty." , Red Jessica calls for Captain Hook's presence, much to the love-struck captain's delight. However, although Hook thought it would be romance centered, it was actually for Hook to watch over her kitten Rosie. Once Red Jessica returned, she was delighted to see that Hook has taken a liking to her kitten and decided to introduce him to her other "kitty", her tiger Sasha much to Hook's fears.
In the episode "Hooked !" Red Jessica joins Captain Hook on a treasure hunt for the Ruby Heart of Hearts. Seeing his chance to make a good impression on his beloved pirate gal Hook orders his crew to stay behind while Hook and Jessica search for the ruby. Once Hook and Jessica finally made it to the Ruby Heart of Hearts the trail crumbled under their feet leaving a huge gorge between the two pirates and the ruby.Red Jessica is saddened that she could not retrieve the Ruby Heart of Hearts and heads back to her ship, Captain Hook refused to give up muscling enough courage he attempts to retrieve the treasure, however, the floor gives way sending Hook falling to his doom until the captain is recused by Izzy and her pixie dust allowing Hook to fly over the gorge and retrieving the treasure for Red Jessica.During the episode "The Lighthouse Diamond", they officially became a couple.
Peter Pan is Captain Hook's archenemy. Hook despises Peter for cutting off his hand and feeding it to Tick-Tock the Crocodile during their first battle. Ever since, Hook has been constantly battling in the hope that one day he'll rid himself of that "Blasted Boy". While Peter did not make an appearance in the series until Season One finale, Peter has been mentioned several times by Jake, his crew and even Captain Hook. In the episode the "The Key to Skull Rock", Jake and his crew receive a message and a skeleton key from Peter Pan. The key would unlock something exciting Skull Rock, Hook was determined to uncover the treasure Pan may be hiding in Skull Rock.
In the episode "The Emerald Coconut", Jake and his crew get a message fro Peter about the treasure of the name hidden deep within Never Land. Cubby was excited to get a picture for his coconut collection. To assure that the treasure stayed safe and all the island inhabitants can enjoy it Peter set various pirate booby-traps to prevent Captain Hook from stealing. After overhearing Peter went to great length to prevent the Emerald Coconut from falling into his clutches fueled Captain Hook desire for the treasure and besting Pan even further.
In the episode "Rock the Croc!", Jake and his crew receive a message in a bottle from Peter Pan leading to Pan's private oasis Pirate's Plunge. Meanwhile, on Never Land the heat was taking its toll on Captain Hook, when he overhears Jake and his crew arrives on Never Land searching for Pirate's Plunge. Hook knew of Pan's private paradise to beat the heat but he was never able to find it and desired to claim Pan's private paradise for himself. In the episode "The Sword and the Stone" Captain Hook stumbles upon a mysterious stone door that can only be opened by a sword. So, Hook steals Jake's sword in an attempt to open the stone door by using Jake's sword. It wasn't until Jake and his crew catch up to Hook and uncover a hidden message from Peter about the door. Hook manages to overhear the message believing the stone door reveals Pan treasure fuels Hook's desire for what lies behind the door even more but when the door refuses to open Hook threatens to destroy Jake's sword in hopes of preventing the sea pups from uncovering the treasure.
It wasn't until the episode special "Peter Pan Returns", Both Hook and Peter are reunited,After being tormented by Pan's shadow Hook knew that his hated nemeses had returned to Never Land. With the aid of his crew Hook manage to capture the mischievous shadow. Peter accompanied by Jake and crew sail to Never Land on the search for Peter's shadow when they reach Shipwreck Beach they find a message from Captain Hook learning that he has captured Peter Pan's shadow and if they want it back they'd have to venture to Buccaneer's Bluff. Pan and his pirate team confronted Captain Hook and his crew. Hook informs them he'll only return Peter's shadow if he'd leave Never Land and never return and take Jake and his crew along with him. Peter rejects the offer resulting in Hook and his crew taking the shadow to The Valley of Shadows. Unfortunately for Hook, Peter and Jake arrive on time. Instead, Hook decides to sink the shadow to the bottom of the Never Sea. Using Bucky, Peter Jake and the crew catches up to the Jolly Roger. A battle follows including events such as Izzy, Cubby and Skully getting trapped under the sail and Jake grabbing the chest with Peter's shadow inside but his vest is caught by Captain Hook's hook, the fight ends with the shadow being reattached to Peter, the villains falling overboard, and the crocodile chasing after them.
In the special "Jake Saves Bucky", after Hook uses every trick in the book and wins the race!, Jake and his crew summon Peter Pan to help get Bucky Back. Peter sneaks aboard the Jolly Roger to reclaim the other half of the Pirate Code scroll. Peter confronts Hook once Jake and his crew return from the Island of Bell with the golden bell allowing the young pirate team to reclaim Bucky once more. At the end of the special Hook is accidentally set off the various gadgets aboard the Jolly Roger sending the captain soaring into the air where he is mocked by Pan leaving Never Land, Pan offers to help Hook, Hook refuses. Peter's help, resulting in Hook plummeting into the Never Sea where Tick-Tock Croc was waiting for him.
In the episode "Captain Hook's Last Stand!" Hook finally gets the upper hook on Peter Pan using the power of the Doom Stone Hook not only becoming far more powerful and evil but also use his newfound power to turn Pan into stone and plotted to keep his lifeless petrified form as a trophy aboard the Jolly Roger. Captain Jake, and his crew get help from Wendy, John and Michael keep Peter from falling into Hook's clutches by hiding him within Tiki Forest while they search the rest of the island to find the magic items needed to rescue their petrified friend.
Tinker Bell is one of Captain Hook's enemies. Hook despises Tink for being the greatest ally to his archenemy Peter Pan. During the course of the first film when Hook gets a visit from Smee, Smee tells Hook that Pan has banished Tinker Bell. This shocking news gives Hook an idea, so he orders Smee to capture Tink. He does so, and Hook uses her jealousy of Wendy Darling (whom she thinks Peter is in love with) to get her to reveal Peter's hideout. He tells her the pirates are planning on shanghaiing Wendy, and the plot makes Tink more than happy as, with Wendy out of the way, she and Peter can be together again. She points the way to the hideout on the map, but before she completes this, she forces Hook to promise not to lay one single finger or a hook on Peter Pan. Hook agrees, trapping her in a lantern once she reveals the location.
Both Hook and Tink are reunited in the episode special "Jake's Never Land Rescue". With Jake believed at the time was leaving to explore the lands beyond the Never Sea with Tinker Bell and Peter Pan, Jake couldn't shake the feeling his crew may need his help and quickly soars back to Pirate Island. Jake was right to worry Captain Hook had returned to Pirate Island trapping Izzy, Cubby, and Skully in a cage, and attempted to smash the Team Treasure Chest open until Jake, Tinker Bell, and Peter Pan intervene. Forcing Captain Hook to retreat but not empty-handed as he manages to capture Tinker Bell and used her pixie dust on the Jolly Roger granting the ship flight and allowing Hook the means to plunder the riches beyond the Never Sea. Peter and Jake soon chase after Captain Hook aboard Bucky, as diversion Hook imprison Tinker Bell in a lantern once more and tosses her overboard forcing Peter Pan to give up the chase to rescue and free Tinker Bell from the lantern while Jake was left to deal with Hook.
Tick-Tock the Crocodile
Tick-Tock Croc is one of Captain Hook's oldest and most feared enemies in Never Land. After acquiring a taste for the captain when Peter Pan chopped off Hook's left hand and fed it to him. The croc constantly pursues Hook everywhere, hoping to get another taste of him. Fortunately for Hook, the croc swallowed a ticking alarm clock that warns Captain Hook by the tick-tock sound emitting from within the Crocodile. This has become something of a trademark for Tick-Tock Croc, foreshadowing his arrival much to Hook's horror and humiliation.
To make matters worse Captain Hook also finds himself venturing into Crocodile Creek, the very lair of Tick-Tock in his quest for treasure in the episode "Cubby's Sunken Treasure", "Tick Tock Trap" and "Captain Hook's Crocodile Crew". Hook even had to sneak through the croc's lair to reach the Valley of Shadows, to set his revenge plan against Peter Pan into motion in "Peter Pan Returns".
In the episode "Rock the Croc!",Tick-Tock accidentally eats the map to Pan's private oasis after Hook tries to steal it from Jake. Hook now find himself torn between his quest for treasure and his fear of the crocodile as he attempts to reclaim the map.
In the episode "Captain Who?",After falling headfirst into the Forget-Me Flowers, Captain Hook forgets he is the captain of his crew, so Sharky, Bones and Mr. Smee enlist Jake and crew to help jog his memory, so they take Hook all across Never Land, but nothing seems to work. The sea pups knew if anything can restore Hook's memory of who he, it is his fear of Tick-Tock Croc.
In the episode "Tick Tock Trap", Captain Hook hires Brewster the Beast Trapper to rid Never Land of Tick-Tock once and for all, allowing him to claim the treasure at the bottom of Crocodile Creek. This is short-lived once Brewster learns of Hook's true motives, thanks to Jake and his crew. Brewster releases the crocodile back into the creek and capturing Hook leaving him dangling over the creek at the mercy of Tick-Tock who attempts to devour the captain.
Like the Tick-Tock Croc, The Octopus is another one of Captain Hook's enemies that inhabit the Never Sea. Hook first encounter the Octopus in the episode "Save the Coral Cove!" Hook sets out to find the legendary Treasure with Eight Arms with Mr. Smee but by the end of the episode, it was revealed to be none other than the Octopus who began attacking Hook and Smee sending the two fleeing back to the Jolly Roger.
At the end of the episode "Cubby's Pet Problem" Hook was sulking do to his plot to capture a baby sea serpent was foiled by Jake, his crew and the serpent's mother. Sharky and Bones attempt to bring a smile back to Hook's face by capturing two new creatures. However, the creatures Sharky and Bones bring are none other than The Octopus and Tick-Tock the Crocodile much to Hook's horror and humiliation as he flees across the deck of the Jolly Roger with both the Octopus and Tick-Tock Croc in pursuit.
In the episode "Trading Treasures", Jake and his crew are sent by Queen Coralie to retrieve her Golden Glam-Shell from the Octopus who has been admiring his newly discovered golden treasure at Tentacle Bay. Jake and his crew offer various items but the octopus refuses. Seeing how the Octopus enjoys the shiny shell, the young pirates offer to trade it for a diamond from the Pirate Princess, much to the delight of the Octopus. While Jake and his crew set sail to Pirate Princess Island to retrieve the diamond, Captain Hook and his crew arrive at Tentacle Bay Hook was determined to claim the Golden Glam-Shell for himself but as the captain attempt to swipe the shell he finds himself in the grasp of the Octopus who slings Hook around like a rag doll tossing him back onto the shore of the bay. Hook refuses to let the Octopus stand in his way but the result was the same even with the assistance of his bumbling crew. At the end of the episode Hook's crew were dancing and enjoying themselves to the music coming from Queen Coralie's Fin and Frolic dance party at Mermaid Lagoon. Hook refused to dance still furious that yet another treasure slip from his grasp. The Octopus soon creeps aboard the Jolly Roger forces Captain Hook to dance with him to the music coming from Queen Coralie's Fin and Frolic dance party.
Beatrice Le Beak
Beatrice Le Beak is Hook's plundering pirate rival and has been proven to be a sneakier crook then even Hook in the episode "Jake and Sneaky Le Beak!" she swipes the Jolly Roger from Hook and his crew command and later evade capture by stealing one of Hook's Whirly-Hooks.
In the episode "Pirate Pals", Captain Hook decides to pay his beloved Red Jessica a visit on Crimson Isle. Much to Hook's surprise, Beatrice Le Beak was there. Hook desperately tries to warn Red Jessica about Le Beak's sneaky reputation but Red Jessica didn't believe him. Later when Beatrice shows her true colors casting Red Jessica out of Crimson Castle as she makes off with Red Jessica's art collection. Beatrice is later thwarted by Red Jessica and the combined forces of Hook and Jake's crew. At the end of the episode, Beatrice is last seen held captive by Captain Hook and his crew. Hook plans on leaving Beatrice Le Beak stranded on a deserted island but Beatrice Le Beak makes her escape yet again with Hook's Whirly-Hook.
In the episode Mystery of the Missing Treasure!,Captain Hook overhears Le Beak stole Jake's Team Treasure Chest and offered his assistance to help the young pirate reclaim their treasure chest but this was merely a ruse so he could snatch up the treasure for himself. While Jake his crew confronted Beatrice Le Beak, Captain Hook attempt to make his escape with the treasure chest Beatrice soon become aware of Hook's scheme. While the two greedy pirates battle for control of the treasure chest Izzy use her pixie dust to lift the treasure chest out of Le Beak and Hook's grasp allowing Jake and his crew to control of the Team Treasure Chest once more.
In the episode "The Sneaky Snook-Off ", Hook and Beatrice Le Beak compete in a Sneaky Snook-Off to determine who is the true sneaky crook in Never Land. After Beatrice beats Hook during the first challenge a frog emerges from the brush scaring Le Beak. Giving Captain Hook the advantage in the second contest crossing through Frog Hollow first. Gaining Hook the victory. Beatrice was furious at Hook's dirty trick as he mocks Le Beak's fear of frogs. Beatrice soon learns the perfect revenge thanks to Mr. Smee accidentally revealing Hook's fear of Tick-Tock the Crocodile.
Captain Flynn is the most famous pirate to ever sail the Never Sea, much to Captain Hook's dismay who thinks very little of him, believing Never Land isn't big enough for two legendary pirate captains. Flynn has heard of Hook nefarious reputation in his travels as revealed in "Pirates of the Desert". Hook is very envious of Flynn's fame, fans and admirers.
Nanny Nell is Captain Hook’s no-nonsense childhood nanny. As Nanny Nell revealed during her debut in the episode of same name, she helps Mama Hook take care of James when he was a child. Hook has very fond memories of Nanny Nell and was pleased to welcome her abroad the Jolly Roger when she paid him a visit on his mother's behalf to make sure Hook vessel in shipshape. With Nell's efforts and hard work, the Jolly Roger looked good as new.
In the episode "Croctastrophy!",while searching for treasure Captain Hook and his crew discover a golden glow coming from the shipwrecks on Shipwreck Beach, on closer inspection Hook and his crew uncover some golden eggs. Captain Hook was overjoyed by finally finding treasure on his own. This is short-lived when the golden eggs hatch into crocodiles prompting Captain Hook to drop them as he tries to flee the baby crocs follow after imprint on Hook, believing the captain to be their father. Jake and his crew soon come to Hook's aid by getting Nanny Nell do to her experience taking care of babies they knew she'll be able to help. Once Nanny Nell arrive they locate Captain Hook cornered by the baby crocodiles on Croc Snout Rock. Nanny Nell suggests Hook plays along with the babies do to them imprinting on him they'll follow anywhere so he can simple tire them out much Hook's dismay. After the baby crocs are fast asleep Hook attempt to leave them to fend for themselves but Nanny Nell reminds Hook if they don't locate the croc's mother they'll pursue Hook forever.
Hook doesn't care for the mermaid queen ever since their first encounter in "Jake's Royal Rescue", Hook tried to use the queen as a ransom to gain access to the mermaids vast riches, but the queen's ego and constant mispronouncing his name was too much for him to bear that he allows Jake and his crew to rescue much to their confusion. In the episode "The Mermaid Queen's Voice", Hook wanted to perform a concert to the inhabits of Never Land about himself when he learns Queen Coralie was set to host and perform her own concert at Mermaid Lagoon but come down with laryngitis right before the concert begins. Jake and his crew knew the magical waters of Fa-La-La Falls would restore the queen's voice, Hook refused to be upstaged by the mermaid queen conspired to thwart Jake and his crew efforts. Hook almost gets away with his plot until his mother intervenes revealing she and Queen Coralie are friends, Captain Hook reluctantly return the bottle to Queen Coralie, restoring her voice. In the "Sleeping Mermaid", Captain Hook was the only one who could break the sleeping spell on Queen Coralie, Hook refuses to help Coralie, but with a little help from Marina using a large pearl as a reward Hook agreed to assist. It wasn't until Hook learned the final phase to break the spell that he had to kiss the queen, which he refused believing no treasure is worth such humiliation as he tries to flee, Jake and his crew manage to stop him by tugging at the captain's coat causing him to tumble backwards and accidentally kiss the sleeping mermaid. Once awake, Queen Coralie learned Hook released her from the sleeping spell through his kiss, to which both agree never to speak of this day again.
As the series main antagonist Captain Hook has appeared in every episode in the series during season 1-3.As of season four Hook is not featured in every episode.
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- Hook's full name was revealed to be James Bartholomew Hook in the episode, "Mama Hook Knows Best!".
- In the episode "Never Say Never!", it is revealed that Hook occasionally gets seasick despite being a pirate captain. A similar case accrued in the episode "Hooked Together!" Hook claims he gets seasick while crawling backwards. In the episode "Mer-Matey Ahoy!" he oddly gets seasick on calm seas.
- In the episode "Captain Hook is Missing!" it is revealed that Captain Hook can't sleep without his carious childhood teddy bear Captain Cuddly Bear.
- In the episode "Big Bug Valley!", it reveals Captain Hook suffers from arachnophobia (a fear of spiders).
- In the episode "The Never Night Star", it reveals Captain Hook suffers from ophidiophobia (a fear of snakes).
- In the episode "Hook's Treasure Nap", Mr. Smee reveals that Captain Hook talks in his sleep, which becomes a key element in locating Hook's treasure.
- In the episode "Jake's Home Run!", Hook was heavily ostracized by others as a child and wasn't allowed to play baseball until he began to hate the game. Later at the end of the episode, he learns he has all the skills to play the sport and develops a love for the game.
- In the episode "Pirate Rock!", Captain Hook reveals that he always dreamed to be part of a pirate rock band.
- At the end of episode "Captain Hook's New Hobby", Hook developed a love for painting just like his mother.
- "Into the Heart of Coldness" is noticeably the first episode Captain Hook doesn't make an appearance. Later followed by The Island of Doctor Undergear,"Rise of the Pirate Pharaoh","Shark Attack!","Phantoms of Never-Nether Land","Jake's Cold-Hearted Matey","Dread the Pharaoh!" and "Crabageddon!"
- Despite hate being called a codfish, the series reveals that Captain Hook's favorite food is codfish casserole as seen in the episodes "Mr. Smee's Pet" and "Captain Who?".
- Hook has also enjoyed the fish in other dishes as seen in the end of the episode "Cubby's Tall Tale" Smee prepared a codfish cream-pie in order to cheer Hook up after another failed scheme. In the episode "Nanny Nell" after Captain Hook reunites with Nell he recalls enjoying eating her macaroni and codfish as a boy and after Nanny Nell's musical number Shipshape Shape It Up she prepares a bowl for him to enjoy. After waking from his nightmare Bones tells Hook he shouldn't have had that double, double codfish and green cheese sandwich last night in "The Great Never Sea Conquest". At the end of the episode "Captain Jake's Pirate Power Crew!" Hook sits to his favorite dessert Zebra Bananas with codfish pie prepared by Mr. Smee.
- In the episode of the spin-off Jake's Buccaneer Blast, "The Golden Pyramid", Hook reveals that gold is his favorite color, reflecting his greed and treasure hungry nature.
- "Escape from Belch Mountain" and "Princess Power!" are noticeably the only time in the series Hook's clothing is damaged, which was a recurring gag featured in the original film and its sequel after an encounter with Tick-Tock Croc or the Octopus.