|EPISODE 1||Jason and Brett Bates move with their scientist mother, Dr. Dianne Bates, to ORCA, a manmade marine research station in the Australian Great Reef. The boys go with her on an excursion to locate a whale and shoot a monitor into it, enabling the scientists to compare the whale's brain patterns to its song. Jason is supposed to shoot the monitor into the whale, but stops when a girl swims in front of the whale.|
|EPISODE 2||Brett is accidentally set adrift in a boat, and, during a storm,
the boat is washed up on Neri's island. Neri discovers the boy,
sick from eating poisonous berries. She gives him an antidote and
places him in his boat, pushing it back into the sea. When Brett
is rescued, he tells his brother, Jason, about Neri.
Brett and friends initiate newcomer Vanessa. She retaliates by releasing the boat Brett is playing in, sending it out to sea.
|EPISODE 3||Brett and Jason take the boat out in order to mark illegal drift nets on the reef. When Neri is caught in one of the nets, Jason rescues her. Neri agrees to let the boys visit her island. She tells them that her father was with her when she was younger, but he was drowned, and now she lives alone, with Charley the humpback whale as her only friend.|
|EPISODE 4||Jason and Vanessa, one of the other teenagers on the research station and a suspicious troublemaker, are diving partners. When they are out in the boat, Neri approaches Jason and tells him to go back to the research station, because Charley has warned her that an earthquake and a tidal wave are coming. They return, and, during the earthquake, Jason's friend Damion and Commander Lucas's daughter are trapped in a leaking area of the structure - until Damion blows the door with sounds from his electric guitar.|
|EPISODE 5||Winston, Dr. Bates's co-worker, persuades Commander Lucas and Dr. Bates, who are usually bickering, to try to be nice to each other for the benefit of the research. Jason goes alone to Neri's island, where she tells him that, when she was a little girl, she fell off a cliff into the ocean and was rescued by Charley. Her father told her that Charley would take care of her and that she should hide from humans because she was different.|
|EPISODE 6||A helicopter brings two real-estate developers to the marine research station on their way to an island they plan to turn into a tourist resort. When Jason realizes that the island is Neri's island, he offers to be their guide. Once on the island, Jason and Neri create situations that discourage the men from ever wanting to return to this particular island. Back at the research station, the suspicious Vanessa blackmails another girl, Jody, into spying on Jason and Brett.|
|EPISODE 7||When Charley appears to be in distress, Neri comes to the station for Jason. Jason discovers a toxic dump and a leaking chemical that affects the nervous system. He administers an antidote to Neri and learned that Charley will be all right because of his thick skin. It is determined that Zenko, the company that provides the money for the research laboratories, was responsible for the spill, but it was an accident. Neri tells Jason that she wants to visit the research station and see his world.|
|EPISODE 8||Neri visits the research station. Brett and Jason obtain a fake ID card, making it appear that she is a day worker on ORCA. They steal a uniform, which makes Vanessa even more suspicious, because it is her uniform. Brett and Jason show Neri around, but they become separated and Neri wanders into the boys' mother's laboratory, where Dr. Bates is observing the movements of the humpback she is studying - Neri's friend Charley.|
|EPISODE 9||The children from ORCA go on shore leave to the mainland, and Neri goes with them. Neri helps a young aborigine boy who is being bothered by bullies. Neri's contact with the everyday world has exposed her to the idea of romance, and, on returning to ORCA, she experiences a new emotion - jealousy. In the lab, Dr. Bates and Winston observe Charley talking - and then listening. They determine that he is communicating with something, and order new equipment to help them determine what that other life form could be.|
|EPISODE 10||Dr. Bates is on the verge of a major breakthrough in her research on Charley when the transmitter on the whale fails and she undertakes a dangerous dive to reset the transmitter. When Dr. Bates gets into trouble, Charley alerts Neri, who rescues her. Jason and Brett must now disclose to their mother and Winston the true nature of Neri's identity. They plead with them to keep the secret, fearful that Neri will become a research specimen.|
|EPISODE 11||When Dr. Bates meets Neri, she is convinced that Neri's existence must be hidden. She is also drawn to her. For the first time, Neri doesn't return to her island but spends the night on board as one of the family. Dr. Bates and Winston test Neri's skills, as well as her DNA structure, in an effort to determine her origins. Under the spell of modern life with her new family, Neri grows deaf to Charley's calls. When research material, including tapes of Charley's songs, are stolen, Brett believes an industrial spy is on board and begins an investigation.|
|EPISODE 12||They find the spy who works for UBRI, a group of rival researchers who want to trap Charley in a cove. The rest of the whales in the area leave for the annual migration, but Charley waits for Neri, who is absorbed with her life on ORCA. Lured into the bay, Charley is imprisoned by an electric fence. When Charley attempts to break through the fence, Neri receives an electrical shock. She returns to the island and finds Charley missing. Jason and Brett arrive to help in Charley's rescue. Meanwhile, Commander Lucas discovers Neri's secret, and his sense of duty demands that he report his discovery to his superiors.|
|EPISODE 13||Jason and Brett tell the other kids on ORCA about Neri, and they offer to help in the rescue mission. They raid the UBRI scientists' headquarters and free Charley, who is led by Neri back out to sea and safety. Dr. Bates's tests reveal that Neri is not human, and Commander Lucas's daughter convinces him not to report any of what he knows about Neri. Neri must decide whether to stay with her new family on land or return to the ocean. She chooses Charley and the ocean and bids goodbye, but she has been touched by her human encounters and will remember her friends forever.|
|EPISODE 1||While returning from migration with her companion, Charley the
humpback whale, Neri comes to the rescue of Dr. Hellegren, head of
the sinister UBRI organization. Obsessed with this ocean girl,
Hellegren cruelly repays her kindness by taking her prisoner.|
With Charley's assistance, Neri manages to escape into the safety of the ocean, but Hellegren now knows of her existence and becomes determined to discover the truth about her.
Neri, back on her island, is reunited with Jason and Brett. Seeing Neri's interest in unearthing her mysterious past, the boys swear they will help her find out where she came from and who she really is.
Meanwhile, on ORCA, Commander Kate Byrne arrives on the research colony with her smart-aleck son, Mick.
|EPISODE 2||Mick's arrival on ORCA soon proves less than welcome by Jason,
Brett, and their friends. After Mick lures him into a
decompression chamber, Rocky inadvertently triggers the system.
The other kids are quick to the rescue, but, when Commander Byrne
investigates the incident, they discover that, as far as she's
concerned, her son Mick can do no wrong.
Following Winston's theory that perhaps the key to her past is somewhere on the island, Neri, aided by her friends from ORCA, scours her home for clues.
They soon find a strange amulet, which was left for Neri by her father. This clue leads to another and sets off a search that stretches across the island. The final cryptic message points to a beach in the Badlands and the wreckage of a vessel on which Neri's people came to the island. When they find the vessel, however, they can see that it is not of terrestrial origin - it is some kind of spacecraft.
|EPISODE 3||On ORCA, Kimberley embarrasses a loudmouthed Nick by beating him
in a race, while Commander Byrne instructs Dianne and Winston to
commence a survey of the ocean floor in preparation for the
building of a new ORCA city.
Meanwhile, on the island, Neri and Jason discover a way to get inside the submerged wreckage of the spacecraft. They discover two strange objects that have clearly been left for Neri to find. One is a kind of signaling device, which they attempt to repair and replace in its socket aboard the craft. It still appears broken, however, and, when the structure begins to crumble further, the kids have to make a run for it. Only after they are gone does the signaling device become activated. The other object found on board produces a hologram of Neri's father. He tells her the importance of their doomed mission to Earth and finishes with a final revelation. Neri had a younger sister named Mera on board, and it is possible that she, too, still lives.
|EPISODE 4||On the seacraft, Dianne and Winston prepare for the undersea
survey, but young Joanne falls overboard. While she is actually
rescued by Neri, Joanne believes Winston to be a wonderful hero,
responsible for saving her life.
Using Froggy's skills with the ORCA computer named H.E.L.E.N., the kids begin to search for any record of the existence of Neri's sister, Mera. An old newspaper record finally leads them to an aboriginal fisherman, who tells them about the baby girl he found floating in the sea in a strange survival capsule.
The local authorities came and took the child away, however, and he doesn't know what happened to her. Neri is momentarily disheartened, but her friends reassure her that they have the name the child was given, and they know she was put into official care. It's enough to start looking, and they swear that they will track Mera down even if it takes forever.
|EPISODE 5||At sea in a small boat captained by Sam, Dianne and Winston find
that Neri's unique underwater abilities are a great help in their
survey of the ocean floor.
As the gang continues to hunt for Mera, their trail leads to a strange institute, which specializes in studying children with unusual intelligence capacities. By breaching the institute's sophisticated security system, they reach their objective and come face-to-face with Mera.
The girl, however, is withdrawn and dubious of the fantastic story they tell her. Only when Jason promises to bring her proof of her older sister's existence does she agree to remain open-minded. The gang flees, however, when Hellegren makes a sudden, unexpected appearance. UBRI is a sponsor of the institute, and Hellegren, who is particularly interested in Mera's latent telepathic ability, selects her to be taken to UBRI for further study.
|EPISODE 6||As Mera is being prepared to be taken to UBRI, the gang returns
with Neri's amulet, which matches one that Mera wears around her
own neck. Seeing this link with her unknown past, Mera agrees to
come with them. They flee the institute, pursued by the forces of
UBRI, and, after a narrow escape in a cane field, the gang manages
to shake off the pursuers.
The two sisters, Neri and Mera, are at last reunited. There are signs, however, that Mera, who has been brought up among humans, is going to have some trouble adjusting to life on Neri's island.
Vanessa, meanwhile, falls for one of Mick's cruel jokes and agrees to be his dance date. She later handles the intended public humiliation but confides in Neri that she is deeply hurt.
|EPISODE 7||Mera continues to find Neri's island unnerving and uncomfortable.
Neri must occasionally leave the island to help Dianne with her
survey of the sea floor. Because of that, Mera, feeling abandoned,
wishes she'd never come to such a place.
Meanwhile, security footage from the institute has revealed the gang's connection to ORCA, leading Hellegren to the underwater research colony.
Mick's reading difficulties are discovered by the other kids when he is unable to read operating instructions for a fire extinguisher in an emergency.
|EPISODE 8||When Neri is away helping Dianne with the survey, Mera's
unfamiliarity with the island's habitat puts her life in danger.
Neri returns in time to save her sister but realizes that Mera
needs a crash course in living in harmony with her natural
surroundings. To Neri's great relief, Mera begins to find
increasing pleasure in the island's simple joys, and her
withdrawal is soon replaced by a curiosity and feistiness
reminiscent of her older sister. When Mera finally says that she
now understands why Neri loves her island, Neri corrects her. It
is their island now.|
Unbeknownst to the sisters, however, another complication has arisen. The survey has accidentally turned up signs of a huge reef of titanium under the sea floor, and the survey boat's captain, Sam, suddenly recognizes that there may be a great deal of money to be made - at a great cost to Neri's environmental mission.
|EPISODE 9||Mera's new confidence and ability are demonstrated when UBRI
forces land on the island in search of the sisters. Mera is able
to evade them, and the UBRI troops move on to the next island,
none the wiser. UBRI is drawing ever closer, however, planting two
undercover agents, Forsyth and Liselle, on board ORCA, while
Hellegren secretly begins to follow the survey boat. UBRI now has
eyes both inside and outside ORCA, and Hellegren is convinced that
one of these will soon lead him to the girls.
On board Sam's survey boat, the commander's obnoxious son, Mick, accidentally catches a glimpse of Neri and Mera, and the gang has to convince him that he was mistaken. Sam continues to draw closer to Dianne, but Jason remains unreceptive to him. Told of the titanium discovery, Neri worries about underwater mining endeavors, as they are directly against the mission and the message her father brought to Earth.
|EPISODE 10||Neri and Mera are swimming beneath the survey boat when the UBRI
forces make their move. A group of divers attempts to capture the
girls, but Charley's intervention allows them to slip from
The incident allows Mera to make the telepathic contact with Charley that has eluded her in the past, but it is also witnessed by Sam and a small group of other kids from ORCA, including Mick. One by one, the other kids swear to keep secret the existence of Neri and Mera, but Mick is not so forthcoming, enjoying the power that this knowledge gives him.
The girls are taken to the Bates's cabin on board ORCA - the safest place for them at the moment. However, with enemies both inside and outside the installation, their whereabouts cannot remain secret forever.
|EPISODE 11||As Hellegren scans the seas outside ORCA for signs of Neri and
Mera, his undercover agents do the same on board the installation.
Liselle is ordered to work on Mick, who is clearly the weak link
among the kids, and for a while it looks as if the boy might
betray Neri. However, when Neri gives him the confidence to
overcome his difficulty in reading, for once Mick faces up to his
own shortcomings and asserts his loyalty to Neri, Mera, and the
However, Winston's allegiances suddenly come into question, as he is seen in a secret meeting on Neri's island with two strange searchers.
When the UBRI forces uncover Neri and Mera's hiding place, time seems to be running out for the girls. Forsyth sabotages H.E.L.E.N., and ORCA is plunged into chaos. In the confusion that follows, Liselle discovers that Neri and Mera are actually on board ORCA.
|EPISODE 12||When Mera finds herself in jeopardy, Neri is about to reveal her
presence in order to save her sister. However, quick action by
Brett and a subsequent threat to his life make Neri change her
mind. Dianne appreciates Neri's motives but extracts a promise
from her never to do it again. Neri's gesture, though, prompts Sam
to pass up the fortune to be made from the titanium reef and to
keep its existence a secret rather than let mining companies ruin
the oceans that are the girls' domain.
Winston's loyalty is proven when he reveals that the strange searchers with whom he has been in contact are in fact emissaries from Neri and Mera's home planet, who have come to take the girls back. However, the sisters have only 24 hours to make a decision. The craft for the return journey is concealed on Neri's island, and if the girls wish to leave, they must get through the flotilla of UBRI boats waiting just outside ORCA in anticipation of just such a move. Escape would appear to be impossible.
|EPISODE 13||Mera tells Neri of her desperate wish to return to her homeland,
and Neri agrees. However, they still face the dilemma of how to
elude the UBRI forces waiting for them outside. With the girls'
decision to return home, the gang, now including Mick, holds a
council of war. They devise an elaborate scheme to outsmart UBRI
that sends their enemies off on a high-speed, wild goose chase,
allowing Neri and Mera, disguised as boys, to slip through the
UBRI armada and make it to the island safely. When Froggy and
Rocky restore H.E.L.E.N., Liselle and Forsyth are taken into
After emotional farewells on Neri's island, the sisters disappear with the searchers into the fog-shrouded rescue craft. The craft lifts off and flashes across the sky, revealing to Hellegren that his quarry has fled and his obsession and quest for control were apparently futile.
Back on the island, as the Bates family sadly prepares to return to ORCA, a figure slips out from the mist. It is Neri, who has decided at the last moment that, while Mera should return to their people, she should remain to continue their father's mission to watch over the seas as Ocean Girl.
This episode guide was adapted from the one © Disney.
Season 3 and 4 four will be added as they're shown here in Denmark.
For now for season 3 I recommend Noreo's Excellent Episode Guide! :)