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* AlcoholHic: Done by Parker, when he gets drunk. He politely apologizes for it - he may be a thief, but he tries to be a GentlemanThief.
* ArtisticLicenseChemistry: Alsterene and OD-60 react when they get close to each other; first they create a static that can interfere with radio waves, and when they get close enough they cause a huge explosion.

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* AlcoholHic: Done by Parker, when he gets drunk. He politely apologizes for it - it; he may be a thief, but he tries to be a GentlemanThief.
* ArtisticLicenseChemistry: Alsterene and OD-60 react when they get close to each other; first they create a static that can interfere with radio waves, waves and when they get close enough enough, they cause a huge explosion.



* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the episode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai'i. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.
* OminousFog: the mist surrounding the place where the OD-60 is located.

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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the episode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai'i. Hawaii. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning to base, all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.
* OminousFog: the The mist surrounding the place where the OD-60 is located.


* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai'i. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.

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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the epsode, episode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai'i. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.


* AlcoholHic: Done by Parker, when he gets drunk. He politely apologizes for it - he may be a thief, but he's a GentlemanThief.

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* AlcoholHic: Done by Parker, when he gets drunk. He politely apologizes for it - he may be a thief, but he's he tries to be a GentlemanThief.

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* AlcoholHic: Done by Parker, when he gets drunk. He politely apologizes for it - he may be a thief, but he's a GentlemanThief.


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* LifeImitatesArt: Good ol' Parker nicks a bottle of 1998 champagne; the vintage was just too good to waste on christening a ship. Indeed, 1998 is considered a good year for champagne.


TheOneWhere John actually goes to the rescue!



* SeadogBeard: The captain of ''Ocean Pioneer II''.

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* SeadogBeard: The captain of ''Ocean Pioneer II''.


''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fog and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....

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''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fog and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi fungus OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight.demise. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....



* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.

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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai.Hawai'i. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.


* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.

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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: early Early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.

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* SeadogBeard: The captain of ''Ocean Pioneer II''.


* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only episode in which John takes part in a rescue. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get to do much.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only episode in which John takes part in a rescue. Unfortunately, he [[TheUnfavorite poor John]] doesn't really get to do much.




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* SacrificialLamb: The crew on the first Ocean Pioneer.


* ArtisticLicenseChemistry: Alsterene and OD-60 react when they get close to each other; first they create a static that can interfere with radio waves, and when they get close enough they cause a huge explosion.



* StuffBlowingUp: Alsterene and OD-60 form a very explosive combination.

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* StuffBlowingUp: Alsterene and OD-60 form a very explosive combination.


* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only episode in which John takes part in a rescue. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get to do much.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only episode in which John takes part in a rescue. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get to do much.much.
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: early on in the epsode, Scott, Virgil and Gordon leave to answer to a distress call from Hawai. We don't get to see the rescue, but upon returning all three of them are covered in dirt and their hair is a mess, suggesting it was pretty intense.
* OminousFog: the mist surrounding the place where the OD-60 is located.
* StuffBlowingUp: Alsterene and OD-60 form a very explosive combination.


''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fog and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....

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''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fog and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....bank....

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*ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only episode in which John takes part in a rescue. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get to do much.


''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fogs and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....

to:

''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, sails into a bank of mysterious fogs fog and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer I'''s plight. Thunderbirds 1 and 2 speed to the rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....


When ''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, is lost at sea with all hands, it's written off as an Act of God. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that ''Ocean Pioneer II'' is in grave and immediate danger, and the Thunderbirds race to the rescue.

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When ''Ocean Pioneer'', a new automated chemical tanker, is lost at sea with all hands, it's written off as an Act sails into a bank of God.mysterious fogs and explodes, apparently without cause. A year later, ''Ocean Pioneer II'', christened by Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward herself, casts off from Southampton. Investigating the original explosion, Brains discovers that a freak reaction between the tanker's cargo of liquid alsterene and the sea fungi OD-60 is responsible for ''Ocean Pioneer II'' is in grave and immediate danger, and the I'''s plight. Thunderbirds race 1 and 2 speed to the rescue.rescue as ''Ocean Pioneer 2'' enters another fog bank....

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