The frogwoman that saw too much (+bonus scene)

Here are 2 brand-new scuba scenes from a new TV episode.

And these scenes do contain some serious action πŸ˜‰

I won’t tell you more to not spoil you too much, check out the video!

Preview, Scene 1:

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Preview, Scene 2:

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And here is the video with both scenes:

Hmh, as much as I appreciate new material with scuba action and peril…..this could have been done much better.

Some remarks on the scenes:

-The bad guys were strange suits…. pretty ironic/weird/unusual that they were completely white(!!!) πŸ˜†

-I am not 100% sure, but I don’t think someone would immediately die from such a hit with a spear gun in that region of the body, but she was doomed as she was hit for sure

-The bad guys not only seem to have reserve spears (pretty unusual) they know how to reload them real quickly while chasing after someone…..odd….

-In the 2nd scene they show up again and fire and the good guys…but what happens then? Are they too slow to follow them? How did they not hit them with their spearguns?


However, the first scene is pretty unusual as it shows a frogwoman getting killed by a spear gun. That is extremely rare!

In my version that would have chased her without spear guns. They would have had a rather short battle and one of them would have sliced her air hose and drowned her

Later in the episode, the other frogwoman and the detective would have battled them in a long scuba fight. πŸ˜‰

In the end, the frogmen would get what they deserve….

Wanna know from which TV show or movie this was taken?


What do you folks think about these scenes?

What do you like and dislike about them?




7 thoughts on “The frogwoman that saw too much (+bonus scene)”

  1. Nice scene. For me it’s over kill using the speargun on her. Too messy ?. I would rather chase her and yank her regulator to her mouth.

    It would kill her instantly the position of the spear hit her stomach. So she would not survive. Just a observation ?

    I notice they scuba dive at night and the woman just wearing a one piece swimsuit, she’s risking cold and jelly fish sting, how I wish she’s wearing a wetsuit or a diveskin ?

  2. These unpleasant frogmen deserve punishment. Despite I really enjoy their laughable showy wetsuit. Are they related to a nuclear activity ? Anyway, they prove that white can be scary !
    I would like to see the whole episode. Do you own it ?
    Do they pay for their crime ?

    • I skipped through the episode.
      There is another, pretty short scene with just the two frogmen working on some sort of sunken sub.
      Of course they get caught by the good guys later one, but sadly, on dry land.

  3. NIce Site Siggi!
    Anybody knows, who the actor of the pink diver, who has been killed, is?
    She’s pretty cute and I wonder if there are more movies with her. I haven’t found her in the cast of the imdb.
    Only “Samantha Richelle” who obviously plays the diving instructor.
    Regarding the scene when she was hit, i found it a bit unrealistic, that the bad divers were positioned behind her and the spear hit her directly in her belly. From this position not possible!
    Which I tragically found very realistic then, was the scene when hier dead boy sunk!
    Siggi, where can one find this series / full episode? NETFLIX? Amazon Prime?
    Thanks πŸ™‚

    • I thought that too at first, but then I thought the spear was hitting her back first, penetrating her body and the tip of the spear was in front of her belly.
      It looks that the show hasn’t made it to germany yet πŸ˜‰
      Sollte aber bald passieren…

  4. White could be camouflage but those lights didn’t help. Should have been tighter on the body but that’s just me. I agree on the guns they had; they weren’t made to be loaded quickly but it’s the movies right? Second scene…maybe they were tired from chasing the pink diver and just went back to work on their cardio? Kill one diver; why not two more?

    • Yeah, maybe one day I will watch the whole episode to fully understand the backstory…
      Welcome to the blog, and thanks for commenting!


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