Ocean Girl

Season 1 Episode 5

Human Tears

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 1994 on Network Ten
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Brett's birthday party proves to be a big hit with his friends but Brett is disappointed when he doesn't receive a gift from his father (his parents are divorced). Following a heated argument between Dianne and Commander Lucas over the acquisition of new equipment for Dianne's research, Winston suggests that they should make an effort to be nicer to one another. Talking with Froggy and Zoe about divorce and stepparents, Brett gets the idea that there may be a relationship at work between his mother and Commander Lucas, especially when he sees how nice they are being to each other of late. Brett's belief seems to be validated when he finds himself being given a private tour of the bridge by Commander Lucas, during which he decides to casually mentions some unsettling details about his mother hoping to disinterest the Commander. After saving Jason from a shark while swimming near her island, Neri tells Jason her life story—that which she remembers.moreless

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    Peter McDonald

    Peter McDonald

    Father

    Guest Star

    Leilani Krans

    Leilani Krans

    Young Neri

    Guest Star

    William McInnes

    William McInnes

    Commander Jack Lucas

    Recurring Role

    Joel de Carteret

    Joel de Carteret

    Jake 'Froggy' Reilly

    Recurring Role

    Cassandra Magrath

    Cassandra Magrath

    Zoe Kondelos

    Recurring Role

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      • Winston: Sometimes the whale seems to have something swimming with him. Sometimes it's not there.
        Froggy: Why?
        Winston: If we knew the answer to that, it would produce ten new questions to puzzle us with. Life, after all, is a mystery, within a mystery...surrounded by a mystery.
        Brett: Is that another old Chinese saying?
        Winston: As a matter of fact, I saw it on last week's episode of Star Trek.

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