Ocean Girl

Season 2 Episode 2

Where No Whale Swims

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Aired Unknown Jul 10, 1995 on Network Ten
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Where No Whale Swims
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Neri makes her first visit to ORCA since her return, and tells her friends that she wants to discover who "her people" were. Jason, Brett and Neri go to her island to look for clues to her identity. Brett gives Neri the pendant he found in the flower and Neri tells him it was her fathers and is a map of the island. Following clues found on the island, a large object is discovered under the island–from what they have learned so far, Jason suspects it to be a spacecraft. Mick locks Rocky in the recompression chamber.moreless

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    David Whiteley

    David Whiteley

    UBRI Scientist

    Guest Star

    Sam Johnson

    Sam Johnson

    Robert 'Rocky' Rhodes

    Recurring Role

    Anthony Hayes

    Anthony Hayes

    Michael 'Mick' Byrne

    Recurring Role

    Jacalyn Prince

    Jacalyn Prince

    Vanessa Lane

    Recurring Role

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      • H.E.L.E.N.: Material submitted consists of two distinct writing systems. The first, a simple pictogram similar to early heiroglyphics. The second is a form of script unrecorded in my memory banks.
        Froggy: Can you read it?
        H.E.L.E.N.: Negative. I am programmed for all known dialects spoken on Earth. This does not equate with any of them.
        Vanessa: That's impossible. It has to.
        Jason: Not if the person who wrote it didn't come from Earth.

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