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Why do we always get stuck with seaweed clearing duty?

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Between the three of us, it'll be done pretty quickly.

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-Three of us?

-Jeffrey's helping!

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Good work, Jeffrey!

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What's...

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What's that?

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Probably nothing.

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No, what's that?

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Probably something. Mom, there's something headed towards us.

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There's nothing on sonar.

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Yeah, well, that nothing is getting closer!

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Still nothing on any instruments.

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It's headed straight for the Aronnax!

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Mom, you gotta move!

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Hold on, guys!

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I hadn't held on yet!

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It vanished.

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What was that?

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I don't know.

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I do.

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That, without a doubt, was a ghost sub.

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My family are explorers.

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We have been for generations.

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While others look up to the stars,

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we know there are an infinite number of things that

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shine in the darkness below.

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There are things lurking in the seas

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that long ago vanished into myth.

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My family are explorers

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and we explore...

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the deep!

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Left.

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Is there much damage, Professor Fiction?

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Hmm. Lester, could you join us in the hangar?

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Looks like we need a mechanic.

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It was a ghost sub! Look at Jeffrey.

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He looks like he's seen a ghost sub,

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ergo, he saw a ghost sub.

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Makes sense.

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It looked like it was made of wood, but it glowed, like a glow fish.

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Hmm. Was it a glow fish?

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No!

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But it did have this enormous mouth that seemed to suck in water.

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Swoosh, swoosh!

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Oh, wait! That reminds me of something I read in the...

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I did not expect that sentence to end there.

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Griffin!

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Ah, ugh!

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That's what happens when we run inside.

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Sorry, Dad.

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Need a mechanic, then?

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Damaged rudder. We took a big hit.

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We were attacked by a phantom submarine!

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It travels in the ocean, looking for innocent sailors

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to drag to their doom!

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Probably.

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-Is that so?

-Were you scared?

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I'm not scared of anything.

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But, yes, I was very scared.

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I wish I had adventures like you.

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No time. There's work to do.

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I knew your story reminded me of something!

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The sailor, Alessandro de Salazar.

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He was an inventor?

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A genius persecuted for his wild theories.

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-Like me!

-You're persecuted by the

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Conservative Scientific Establishment?

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Mostly by Fontaine.

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Hmm. His last invention was back in 1801 - the Conseil,

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a one-of-a-kind submarine made of wood and steel.

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-That's it! The phantom sub!

-You're sure?

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Definitely. This is the sub we saw.

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Ant, the Conseil vanished on its maiden voyage.

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Well, it's back.

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Scientifically speaking, that shouldn't be possible.

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Science doesn't apply, Professor.

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Not to ghosts.

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But why do I have an assignment?

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Because learning is important.

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That's what TV is for!

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Remember the navigation theory you've been studying?

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Um...yeah, sure.

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Then these should be familiar.

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The navigation equipment that our ancestors used.

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But we have GPS now. We don't need whatever this is.

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It's a sextant.

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Where's the screen?

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Learning to navigate the way old sailors did will help you

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understand the principles of navigation.

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And modern equipment can fail.

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You just witnessed how something as advanced as the Aronnax

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can become disabled.

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We'll hide something in the ocean

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and you'll have to use these old techniques to find it.

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It shouldn't be difficult, now that you've studied all that theory.

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Right?

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Fine. I suppose I can use this to, um...

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tie things together?

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It measures depth.

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I knew that.

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And remember - we could give you a random assignment at any time.

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What? Why?

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Well, partly to make sure you're always prepared.

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And partly because we find it funny.

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Well, if people who lived before the internet could do this,

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I should totally own it.

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That's the spirit.

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You know what they say?

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If you don't learn from the past, it'll come back to haunt you.

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What?

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Oh.

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Huh?

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Wow!

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Oh. Jeffrey?

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Whoa!

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I need to find balance!

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Ant.

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-Ahh!

-Ant! Ant!

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THEY BOTH SCREAM

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Griffin?!

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Do mechanics not sleep?

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Sorry, there's something you should see

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on the other side of the island.

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-What is it?

-It's, um...

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I don't want to say, in case it's not there.

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So, you're saying it's...

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a mystery?

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I guess.

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So, should we take the solar skis?

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Just take them? Like, ride them?

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I'm not sure if I should.

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You want an adventure, right?

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Do you always have this much fun?

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Ha! Sometimes more!

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I should tell you, I'm not a great swimmer.

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Then I hope you're good at holding on!

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Follow me!

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There, look!

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Wow!

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I saw it this morning from the shore.

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Did you tell your dad?

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No, he doesn't like me going on unauthorised walks.

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You think we should move closer?

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Uh, sure.

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-Do you?

-OK.

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What happened? Is it alive?

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Can it hear us?

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It can hear us!

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No, no, no, this is bad!

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Let's go!

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Ant!

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Oh!

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Oh, no!

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Argh!

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Oh!

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Griffin!

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Whoa!

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Whoa!

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Good morning, sleepyhead!

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SHE YAWNS

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Surprise test time!

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Why?

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Sailors of old always had to be ready for action.

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They didn't get warnings about storms, or dangerous reefs,

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or kraken attacks!

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But the sun isn't even up yet.

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Which makes it easier to navigate by the stars.

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Your mother is out there underwater in the White Knight.

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Here are the coordinates.

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You have one hour to find her using old navigation techniques.

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In that boat? Is it an antique?

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It's the same boat I used when I did this test.

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So, it is an antique.

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Can't you handle old equipment?

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Of course I can. I'm already an expert in...

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this thingy.

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And you can't use your communicator unless it's an emergency. Got it?

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Don't need it.

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I have a rope and a thingy and my own formidable wits.

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Whoa!

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-Dad! Come in, Dad!

-Ant?

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Why are you out so early?

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The Conseil! It has Griffin!

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Hold on, calm down, Ant.

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Where are you?

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-It's diving!

-What?

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I'm coming, Griffin!

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Ant!

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Griffin! Oh, no.

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You're OK!

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What's happening?

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We're diving.

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Dad, we're two miles north of...

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Dad?

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Ant, can you hear me? Please respond.

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What happened to you?

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I was sucked into a pipe, I hit a filter.

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I thought I was done for.

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And then I looked up and I found a hatch.

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No! It'd flood if we open it now.

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So, we're trapped?

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I think so.

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Who's driving?

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I don't know.

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Ant, do you read me?

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If this is a prank, tell me now. I promise to laugh.

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Come on, Ant. Just answer me.

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"The Conseil"?

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Excuse me, Will. Have you seen the boys?

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Griffin's not in his room and two solar skis are missing.

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Ant said the phantom sub took Griffin and then we lost contact.

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What?!

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Probably just a prank. You know how boys are.

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They're probably just having a little adventure.

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I always told Griffin that adventures were for fools.

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Come on, let's go find our boys.

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Sounds strange, but it could be nothing.

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We're going to head out in the Rover, just to be sure.

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-I'll stay put. I should be here when Fontaine finds me.

-OK.

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Are you coming?

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I usually just fix the subs.

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I've never really travelled in one before.

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It's OK if you don't want to come.

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I'm sure I'll find the boys.

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Nah. I'm coming.

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Can anyone read me?

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Dad? Dad?

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Nothing. No signal at all.

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This hull is thick varnished wood. It could be blocking the signal?

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There has to be someone driving.

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According to its tracker, one of the solar skis is right above us.

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The other one's just over there.

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But where are the boys?

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Griffin doesn't...

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Oh, I never really let him swim.

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Let's be calm and not jump to any conclusions.

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They're together, they'll be fine. Let's keep looking.

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OK, if that star is there

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and...

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Oh, I get it!

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I totally get it! I have conquered you, sextant!

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And that means Mom should be right over...

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Whoa! Aah!

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No!

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Oh, no.

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Are all your adventures like this?

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They're not usually this scary.

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At least it can't get any scarier.

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For future reference, on adventures,

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we never, ever say things like that.

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Ugh!

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HE GASPS

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It's him...

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de Salazar.

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Whoa!

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Not going to use it. Not an emergency.

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Not yet.

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Mr de Salazar?

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THEY BOTH SCREAM

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But if the ghost of de Salazar isn't driving...

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Then who is?

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This is going to work.

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It's not working!

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No!

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SHE GROANS

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Kaiko, any sign of Fontaine?

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No, and her deadline has come and gone. What about the boys?

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Still missing, but we'll find them.

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OK. I'll track down Fontaine.

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I thought I could keep him safe, keep him under my wing.

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-We all think like that.

-Do we?

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I don't like Griffin going out for a walk by himself.

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Your boy puts himself face-to-face with sea monsters.

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Yes, and I wish he wouldn't.

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But you prepare him for it.

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Griffin's out there

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and he's not ready for whatever's he's facing.

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Maybe, or he maybe he's more ready than you realise?

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I can steer it! I knew I'd be a good captain.

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Who says you're the captain?

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The hat says so.

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The sketches in this book, I think this engine is water powered!

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Like the one on the Aronnax?

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Like an old version of it.

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The water level doesn't seem to stay consistent.

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Maybe that's why it sits still sometimes. It's refilling.

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Ant, look!

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Oh, no!

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How did it do that?

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It senses changes in the water pressure.

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That's how it avoided collisions over the years.

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What is that? A rowboat?

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Who still uses rowboats?

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We're in a 200-year-old wooden submarine.

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Good point.

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Is that Fontaine?

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What's she doing all the way out here?

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We're going too fast! We're going to shoot right past her.

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We need to slow down and rise up.

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OK. How about this?

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We're slowing down! What did you do?

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I don't know. I just pulled this lever.

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Whoa!

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Huh?

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Griffin!

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Come in! It's perfectly safe.

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Ant's in charge!

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That doesn't sound perfectly safe.

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Wow.

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I know. It's creepy, but kind of cool.

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So far, just creepy.

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Where is this light coming from?

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I think it's an algae that traps bioluminescent gas,

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or it's magic.

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Welcome to my ship!

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Your ship?

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Before me, the captain was a coat rack.

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Easiest mutiny ever.

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I think we're diving, guys.

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Ant, do you even know how to control this thing?

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Sort of. Except I don't really know where we are,

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or where we're going.

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I know our current position

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and I know the exact heading to Mom.

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Ant, can you do everything I tell you to?

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Everything's worth trying once.

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Steer us to port, to the west.

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Stop! Back a little to starboard.

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Stay on this course.

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We're going home.

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Uh, guys? The sub is speeding up again...

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by itself.

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ALL: Whoa!

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We're dropping fast!

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But why?!

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Oh, there has to be something in here.

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Come on, come on, come on!

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I thought this was a manual, but it's useless!

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Fontaine, take the wheel!

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Griffin, we need to go up. Try that lever again.

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It's not working!

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The weight of three people!

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De Salazar designed the sub for himself alone.

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I get it. Weight is crucial.

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And we ruined it!

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A wooden sub can't possibly handle these depths!

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What does that mean?!

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We're going to implode!

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-Whoa!

-Oh!

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We're falling faster!

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ALL: Whoa!

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We're taking on water!

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I remember something from the dream.

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I need to find balance.

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Ant, we could implode!

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Is this really the time to be discussing your dreams?

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That bubble. It indicates the Conseil's stability.

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Should it be off-centre like that?

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I just need to find the balance.

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We're balancing out.

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Fontaine, can you maintain course?

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I got this.

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That's not good.

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Ant, we need to go up now!

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We can't! There's too much water!

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We need to turn off the water.

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HE INHALES

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Griffin!

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-Woo-hoo! All right!

-Yes!

-We did it!

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And you said you couldn't swim.

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I surprised myself too.

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Ah, beautiful.

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Whoa! Balance, remember?!

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This is where I was supposed to find Mom, I think.

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Hopefully she's still nearby.

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Guys, this isn't a manual. I think this is de Salazar's diary!

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Salazar used glowing algae. I was right!

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Be careful!

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Whoa, whoa, whoa!

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No!

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Ah! Got it!

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And I found you! Do I still pass?

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You pass.

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Dad, I went on an adventure and I didn't implode!

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Without Griffin, we'd still be down there.

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Not imploding goes in the win column.

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Incredible!

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De Salazar was years ahead of his time!

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Some of the ideas in here...

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Oh, the adventures he had!

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I think I've had enough adventures, for today anyway.

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There are plenty of adventures here,

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with very little chance of imploding.

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How about we take the solar skis for a ride?

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Wow, really?

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Really.

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A-ha! Read.

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"I am as proud of this, my Conseil, as I am of any of my inventions.

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"I believe this automated submersible could travel

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"the limitless blue oceans long after I'm gone.

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"Perhaps it may one day encounter that lost world

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"I have always sought."

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It's signed - "Alessandro...

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"Nekton"!

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De Salazar was a Nekton?

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So, the water powered engine on the Conseil...?

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Really was an early version of the Aronnax.

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The Nektons have been developing that technology for generations.

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Yes, quite remarkable.

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This sub is revolutionary.

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We could study it for weeks and only scratch the surface.

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Oh, this is so exciting!

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Oh, no! The Conseil!

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Ah, impossible. We stopped the Conseil's engines.

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There's no way it could start up again.

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Oh, this is scientifically impossible!

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Science doesn't apply, Professor.

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Not to ghosts.

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Animated series. Does a ghost sub sail out there somewhere in the ocean? Ant believes it does, but when he actually finds it, the truth is even stranger - and much more dangerous.


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