James Bond, Jr.

Season 1 Episode 5

Plunder Down Under

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Aired Daily 8:00 PM Sep 20, 1991 on
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During a school trip to Greece, Tracy Millbanks' uncle, the captain of an oil tanker, is lost along with his ship; they are the victims of what appears to be a sea monster. While on a field trip, Mr. Mitchell informs James Jr., IQ, Tracy, and Gordo that the tanker is not the first ship to disappear; apparently dozens of ships have been lost to the supposed sea monster. Tracy becomes worried, when James Jr. suggests scuba diving. Before setting out, IQ provides Bond with a laser ring and a magnetic watch. IQ also takes with him a homing transmitter. They head for the docks, only to discover Jaws at there. James Jr. believes he was involved in the theft of the ships and they follow his boat out to sea. He dives beneath the waves, and they continue to chase him in scuba gear. In the waters off the coast of Greece, Jaws leads them to what everyone believed to be sea monster - a giant robot claw. But before they can act, they are all swallowed by a submarine disguised as a great white shark. The submarine takes them to an underwater city, where all the missing ships are harbored. Jaws leads them through the complex, but when Tracy activates the sprinkler system they manage to escape. They find Tracy's uncle in a prison cell, but before they can set him free they are recaptured by Jaws. Jaws takes them up to the control room and locks them inside a tall glass tube. They are met by the Captain Walker D. Plank, who reveals his plan. All of the ships he's stolen have all been fitted with weapons of mass destruction. The engines of the vessels have also been upgraded with the latest in radio control technology. From the underwater city, Plank will control the ships from remote control and use them to take over the world. IQ figures out Plank's plan; if Plank can control the ships by remote, so can they, but how? Fortunately Gordo brought with him his handheld computer game; by fitting the radio transmitter into Gordo's "Ship-O-Hoy" game, IQ rebuilds the game as a remote device. Thinking this oppurtunity as to playing the ulimate video game, Gordo uses the device to cause the ships to fire on each other, sinking the fleet and destroying the base within. But when one of the vessels crashes through the giant dome, the whole city begins to flood. Using the laser ring James Jr. and his friends escape from the glass tube holding them prisoner. After setting Tracy's uncle free, they head to the submarine docking bay. Plank escapes in a submarine, but leaves Jaws to finish them off. In a fierce battle aboard one of the remaining boats, Bond straps his watch magnet to an anchor chain, causing Jaws' teeth to stick to it. Bond then drops anchor, pulling Jaws underwater.moreless

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Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

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Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Horrise Boothroyd (a.k.a. IQ), Nick Nack

Jennifer Darling

Jennifer Darling

Phoebe Farragut

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

James Bond, Jr.

Pat Musick

Pat Musick

Halley Comet

Sheryl Bernstein

Sheryl Bernstein

Princess Yasmine

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