Ocean Girl

Season 4 Episode 2

The Mysterious Pyramid

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Aired Unknown Nov 18, 1997 on Network Ten
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The Mysterious Pyramid
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Dianne is at ORCA Pacific headquarters for her interview, she is surprised to discover her exhusband in the role of interviewer and more surprised to learn the job is hers if she wants it. A return visit is made to the pyramid by Neri, Jason, and Brett. Neri finds a way in and the boys follow in the minifin. Exploring the pyramids interior, Neri activates a holographic recording which relays a cryptic message about a quest. A doorway is opened revealing a swirling vortex which pulls the trio in. They reemerge in another pyramid, and upon exiting, discover that they are in Egypt! Agents Shelby and Hauser begin their search for the receivers of the alien transmissions while Malakat and Shersheba continue their own search.moreless

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      • (Neri touches a statue and it transforms into a hologram of Shalamorn)
        Shalamorn: Do not be afraid, Neri. You have done well to come this far. You now stand at the beginning of your quest. This is your last chance to turn back.
        Neri: I will go on.
        Brett: Uh, could we take a vote on that?
        Jason: Sshh.
        Shalamorn: Follow your heart, Neri, and the path ahead will be clear to you.

      • Elly: The Egyptians call that one the Pyramid of Mystery.
        Jake: Everything in this stinkin' desert is a mystery.
        Elly: They say it's the oldest of the ancient structures. Five thousand, maybe even ten thousand years old.
        Jake: Almost as old as I'll be by the time we finish these triangulations.
        Elly: You know, it's completely solid. No tunnels, no treasures, no dead pharohs. I mean, nothing at all of any interest. In a way, that makes it the most interesting of all.

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