- “ Here we are mateys, my good old real map says that the treasure is over by Thumbs Up Rock.”
Role in the series
Thumbs Up Rock first appeared in the episode "Cubby's Mixed Up Map", Jake and his crew decide to search for the the legendary Golden Dinghy while passing Shipwreck Beach Captain Hook and his crew hiding within one of the wrecks overhear the puny pirate team quest.Bones's give Hook the idea to swipe Cubby's map allowing Hook to reach the treasure and replacing Cubby's map with a fake made by Sharky so Jake and his crew won't be able to meddle in h through the jungle path Captain Hook switches Cubby's map with a fake one to keep Jake and his friends busy. True to plan Hook acts like he accidentally bumps into Cubby while trailing through the Never Jungle when he switches maps. Jake and crew unaware of Hook actions ask the captain would he like to join them find the Golden Dinghy, but Hook nicely declines the young pirates offer as he claimed to be on his own treasure hunt and rushes into the brush with the rest of his crew. Later on, Cubby and the rest of the crew learn that they've been tricked by Captain Hook when they kept going around in circles and that one of the locations on Cubby's map is replaced with an image of Hook. Proving his resourcefulness and keen memory Cubby recalled all the locations leading to the Golden Dinghy. After retrieving his real map after Hook and his bumbling crew lose it to some mischievous monkeys in Monkey Jungle, press onward to Thumbs Up Rock and the treasure. Once at Thumbs Up Rock Captain Hook manage to arrive and decided to claim the riches for himself but all Hook saw was a dirty old rowboat believing Cubby's map was useless and that the Golden Dinghy most be an old pirates tale. Hook decided to abandon the treasure hunt not wanting to waste any more time as he and the rest of his crew head back to the Jolly Roger through the Never Land Jungle. Jake wasn't fooled as he uses Forever Sword to scrape some dirt and grime from the old rowboat revealing it to be the Golden Dinghy.
Thumbs Up Rock's only appearance in printed media is the storybook adaption of Cubby’s Mixed-Up Map.