The Spell Aquatic Escape (Druid 1, Complete Scoundrel p. 95) reads:
You take the form of a Diminutive fish. Use the statistics for the toad (MM 282) except for the following changes: Add the aquatic subtype, replace the land speed with a swim speed of 30 feet, remove the amphibious special quality, and replace the toad’s skills with Listen +4, Spot +4, and Swim +13. A fish adds its Dexterity modifier, not its Strength modifier, to Swim checks, and gains a +8 racial bonus on Swim checks due to its swim speed. See the polymorph subschool description on page 91 for more details.
Now the Toad has Int 1 and the polymorph subschool reads:
Unless stated otherwise in the spell’s description, the target of such a spell takes on all the statistics (mental and physical) and special abilities of an average member of the new form in place of its own, except as follows. (Complete Scoundrel, p. 91)
Int 1 means you are only slightly more intelligent than a loaf of bread and less intelligent than a rhinoceros. A Druid in this form would just forget what he was about to do. Is this really how this spell is supposed to work?