A Dangerous Profession 1949 . English subtitles. .

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Behind you!

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- watch it, you little creep!
- Its his birthday.

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- If he hits me with that thing, itll be his last birthday.
- Focus, Brett! Five oclock.

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All right, everybody. Ive got party hats and the little blowy things that go.

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- That really so ...
- Oh, mum.

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- Not such a good idea?
- Not totally wonderful.

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Well, lets eat!

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Doctor Dianne Bates, please report immediately to laboratory 36

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Oh, HELEN. You take over, all right? You make sure he has a good time.

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Ill be back as soon as I can. Well open his presents then.

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Did anything come from Dad?

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Great party, isnt it?

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Pity you-know-who couldnt be here.

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(Whale sounds) Doctor Bates, you have ordered two micro digital audio synthesizers.

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- These things cost a fortune.
- So?

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So, my budget is already stretched to its limit.

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-You order these contraptions without any consultations whatsoever.
- Look, that is because we need them for our research.

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Im not some rubber stamp for every piece of hardware you fancy.

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And as for your research, doctor Bates, I believe youre only studying one whale. One!

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And neither of you seems to know what on earth its doing.

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That is entirely the point. Look, let me try to explain this to you in laymens terms.

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There is something peculiar about this animal.

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Humpbacks are renowned loners yet,

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for some reason, this one seems to be in constant communication with something else.

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With those synthesizers, in opposite phase,

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we could establish the direction of his signal,

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and therefore, possibly identify the target.

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Thats very interesting. Request denied.

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Oh, can you not get it through your thick head that sometimes

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Birthday cake.

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Thank you, Zoe.

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Thank you, very much.

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I want those instruments, Commander.

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Request denied.

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Well, I didnt do that very well, did I?

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Perhaps a more practical approach?

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- The cat who purrs the loudest is the one whos best stroked.
- So, in other words, be nice to him.

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With Commander Lucas as our ally, our work is so much easier.

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So, it means being a little pleasant. What do we have to lose?

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- How many?
- Four. Five!

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- That fifth slice was a death wish.
- It was worth it though. Top party.

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I wanna go with you. Neri thinks were both going.

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- Out there? In the boat? Up and down. Up ...
- Forget it.

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-So how's the birthday boy?
- He'll live.

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- Yeah, its pretty tough when your own father doesnt even send you a birthday present.

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- What?
- A little bird told me.

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Listen, why dont you keep your nose out of other peoples business for a change.

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A matter of a little give and take, comander. Going top side, Jason?

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Yeah. Bit of fishing.

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- Doctor Bates does respect your authority, sir.
- Really?

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But marine biology isnt your field. And you know how scientists feel about their research.

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As Im fast learning, Winston. But doesnt she realize I have other priorities.

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Precisely why Im suggesting a truce.

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If we could establish a more pleasant relationship,

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then each side could put their point of view quietly and calmly.

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And surely harmony is in your best interests on ORCA.

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You dont have to tell me about people management, Winston.

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All right. Ill be nice to the woman.

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- Even if it kills me.
- Good!

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- Is it true your dad didnt send you anything?
- He will.

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Its probably just got stuck in the mail or something. My Dads a top guy.

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Separated or divorced?

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Divorced.

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Well, who knows. Maybe one day youll get a new Dad.

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Back at my old school, nearly half the kids had stepparents.

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No. Mums too busy with her work.

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Besides, she wouldnt want to marry anyone here on ORCA.

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How would you know that? Parents dont tell us stuff like that.

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Not until its too late.

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How do you do that? No wonder Mum thinks youre a fish or something.

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- Mum?
- Mother.

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Tell me about her.

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Uh her names Dianne.

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I guess you could say we all look after each other.

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And she offered to work with ORCA for six months.

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- Wheres your father?
- Wheres yours?

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You still dont trust me, do you?

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Well, I cant blame you.

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Okay Ill tell you about my father.

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He was a scientist too. And teacher.

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When I was little, we used to do everything together. The whole family.

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He taught me how to swim, dive taught me how to use a boat.

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I thought he was the best guy in the world.

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And then, a few years ago, mum and dad started having these arguments

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He was picking on her.

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I found her crying one day,

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that was when she said that dad wouldnt be living with us any more.

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I found out later, for myself,

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he had this girlfriend a person he worked with.

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Mum and dad, I mean, theyre supposed to be there. Together.

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You hear about all these other people breaking up.

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But you never expect them to. I mean, its your own parents.

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Sorry

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- Sometimes the whale seems to have something swimming with him.

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- Sometimes its not there-
- Why?

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If we knew the answer to that,

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it would produce ten new questions to puzzle us with.

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Life, after all, is a mystery within a mystery.

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- Surrounded by a mystery.
- Is that another old Chinese saying?

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As a matter of fact, I saw it on last weeks episode of star trek. (Laughing)

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Doctor Bates. Can I have a word, please?

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Privately.

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I was just coming to see you.

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Right, well look, Id like to apologize for having

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possibly over reacted earlier.

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Perhaps I was a bit hasty myself.

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Were a team here with mutual respect. I hope.

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So, Ill put your requisition through.

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Well, the results will justify that, thank you.

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But I would like to be fully informed of what it is youre planning so

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perhaps we can discuss it over afternoon tea.

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Um thank you, commander. That would be wonderful.

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- heres hoping for a closer relationship between us in the future, Dianne.
- Yes. Wonderful.

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Im not kidding you, Jason.

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- Commander Lucas fancies mum!
- Oh, pull the other one. They hate each other.

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Zoe reckons thats how it always starts. You know, animal magnetism

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shut up and go to sleep would ya?

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I saw them, Jason.

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He was being nice to her. And she was being nice to him.

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I felt sicker than I did when I had the cake.

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Commander Lucas as a stepfather?

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Its a nightmare!

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- And its going to get worse.
- How?

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Next will be the old be nice to the kid trick, you can bet on it.

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And hell con your mum that he really likes you and then pow.

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- Have you noticed anything weird about Jason?
- Nope.

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He goes out fishing practically every day. You ever see him bring back any fish?

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- Maybe hes a lousy fisherman.
- Or maybe hes just not trying.

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What else could he be doing out there?

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Id love to know.

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Satisfied, Winston? Im being nice to the woman.

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It goes against the grain but anything for peace.

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Stop running!

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Now if I could only discipline these children.

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People management, remember?

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If I may make a suggestion stop behaving like a boss.

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- Behave more like a friend.
- A friend.

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Start making them feel part of the operation.

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Explain it to them.

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- Personally.
- To all of them.

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Each one. Why not.

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- If you cant beat them ..
- join them

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I suppose.

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HELEN give me a single random selection of personnel aged 16 down.

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Searching now, commander.

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- Me?!
- Yes, you.

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Commander Lucas has said you can spend the whole afternoon up on the bridge.

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He will show you how everything works.

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Im going fishing with Jason.

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I will say this once.

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Things are just starting to go well for me with the commander

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and I will not have you offending him in favour of some fishing trip.

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You have been invited and you will go.

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Excuse me.

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- Now do you think Im imagining things?
- It doesnt prove a thing.

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Its the old be nice to the kid routine and mum got sucked right in.

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- I gotta do something before its too late.
- What did you have in mind?

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Im gonna fix it so they never get married.

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Brett, this is the air storage plant and the back-up systems.

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Securites systems here

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Program storage control dont touch them!

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Come over here with me. Ill show you

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the master controls and the food storage system.

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- Foods great here.
- We aim to please.

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Its a bit tough on mum. She misses her garlic.

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Thats a shame. This is the misses her garlic.

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Raw. She likes to munch it like an apple at night while shes watching tv.

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As shes cutting her toenails.

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Yes, well, we all have our little habits, dont we.

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And when we lived at the mainland,

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mum got so wrapped up with her work,

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she wouldnt find time to clean up

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Dishes that high! Piles of rubbish all over the place.

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Once a month wed have to go through it with a shovel and put bombs down for the bugs.

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- It was great!
- Fascinating.

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Hi, Mum! Hi, Winston!

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- Went well, huh?
- Ace! (Kiss)

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Something wrong, commander?

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No. No, no.

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Well, I must be getting back to the bridge.

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Brett. Dianne.

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- Why is he looking at me so strangely?
- Hes a very strange guy, mum.

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You should hear some of the things lees told me about him.

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That is excellent.

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Hold. (Whale sounds)

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Sharks, Jason!

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Why did you ...

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how did you

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but

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Charley?

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If he was over there and you were ...

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whats the story, Neri?

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And this time, if you really do trust me, Id like to hear it all.

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I tell you everything I remember. Then maybe you understand.

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I dont know how we came here.

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Just that there were two of us.

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Me and my father on the island.

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Thats the first thing I can remember.

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He said there were once others, but I never saw them.

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During the days, I helped him find food and wood for fire.

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At night, he would tell me stories or sing to me.

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- What stories?
- I cant remember.

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There was a day.

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I remember the day was very hot.

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- It was the day I almost moved on.
- Moved on?

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You call it dying, dont you.

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This was the day I nearly died.

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one day, father became very sick.

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He told me what to do. That Charley would take care.

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Father moved on.

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He warned me that others would come.

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People.

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He told me I must hide. That I was different.

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Youre not making any of this up, are you?

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What I have said is real.

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I know there is more but I cant remember.

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Your father told you not to trust anyone.

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But you trust me. And Brett.

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- Why?
- Charley said yes.

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Where are you from?

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Who are you, Neri?

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Come. I show you some sine waves.

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- Have you got an es3-100?
- Whats that?

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Its a new, high-speed cpu. Theyve just brought it out.

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Good news, doctor.

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he departments approved a piece of hardware.

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T With a push and shove from me. Its on the way.

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Were very grateful. Arent we, Dianne?

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Yes, commander. Thank you. Im very, very ..

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This is about the 23-70 model. Wheres the other one?

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I left that one out. Theyre only glorified tape records, arent they.

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- What do you want two for?
- They do two different jobs, Commander.

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One is useless. I need them both.

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- One is better than ...
- Now, now, lets not exaggerate.

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How dare you alter my requisition after I wasted my time ...

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... try1ng t0 3xpl41n 1t to you.
- This is how you show respect, is it?

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People management.

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What do you want me to do? Underline the important bits?

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Perhaps youd like a holiday on the mainland

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where you can lay your hands on fresh garlic.

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The man is mad! Ooh!

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Yes, I know. So much for cooperation.

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You can deal with him from now on, Winston.

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After a few facts I have heard today about his personal habits,

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the less I see of commander Lucas, the better!

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- All right!
- He wasnt her type anyway.

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I dont even want to ask.

248
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All right.

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Its not like shes just talking to him.

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He could be miles away and they can.... I don't know ...

251
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- get into each others heads somehow.
- Telepathy.

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It has to be!

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The whales not trained. Hes not a pet.

254
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He can communicate with her and she can communicate with him

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since the day she fell from the cliff and he rescued her.

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That is so weird.

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Maybe the fall from the cliff triggered ...

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no, never mind.

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If commander Lucas knew about her, I mean this telepathy stuff

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yeah. Theyd have her pinned down on a laboratory table faster than you can say snap.

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And the only way to stop that is to keep your mouth shut.

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Because if anyone ever discovers Neri now, shes finished.

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