The frogwoman, another evil net….and the sea lion

I guess you all heard about Lassie the wonder-dog and Flipper the friendly dolphin. But what about Robbie, the sea lion? ๐Ÿ˜‰

I am sure that 99% of you haven’t heard about him. Well, it was a TV series about a family with a sea lion…mostly for kids of course.

It seems to have several dive scenes, and this one is interesting!

A frogwoman dives alone and gets careless. And well, surprise…..she runs into trouble….big trouble! Can she be saved?


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And here is the video:

Well, you got it all in this scene… many mistakes and cliches:

She dives alone…gets careless…..doesn’t seem to have a knife (why?)….can’t get loose from that net (why?), that holds just one leg of hers….and, of course, she is out of air in no time ๐Ÿ˜†

For once I wanna see such a scene where the diver doesn’t only have some moments of air left ๐Ÿ˜‰

But of course, it wouldn’t be as dramatic if the diver still got plenty of air…

However, it is a good scuba peril scene for sure! A classic “stuck underwater and out of air” scene ๐Ÿ™‚

In case you wanna know from which episode this is:


What do you think of that scene?

Leave your comment below!


7 thoughts on “The frogwoman, another evil net….and the sea lion”

  1. Robby, the sea lion. Yeah, I did not know him ๐Ÿ™‚
    There is also Skippy, the kangaroo of an Australian TV series. There is an episode called “Marine biologist” in which there is a girl with a shortie wetsuit.

  2. Nice clip. She looks seriously hot in that suit and gear. Pity she was so inept that with all her gear and know how, she couldnโ€™t think of I clipping her fin !!!
    And had to be saved by a guy with no gear, no fins no suit and no aqualung. Seriously now she has survived, she needs to have a long hard look at her life.

    • Wow, you are pretty harsh on her ๐Ÿ˜‰
      Well, yeah she failed miserably at that dive, but maybe she learned somehting form it.


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