Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Series / BlueWaterHigh

Go To



* OneCrazyNight: In "Dreams and Dramas", the group attempt to keep Fly out of the house while they organise her surprise party. This resulys in Fly and Heath getting stranded miles from home, being caught in the rain, taking shelter in a caravan, the owner of the caravan towing it away, and them accidentally setting fire to the van while they attempt to signal the driver. Meanwhile, the others are holding a party without the guest of honour, which turns into a WildTeenParty when gatecrashers arrive.

to:

* OneCrazyNight: In "Dreams and Dramas", the group attempt to keep Fly out of the house while they organise her surprise party. This resulys results in Fly and Heath getting stranded miles from home, being caught in the rain, taking shelter in a caravan, the owner of the caravan towing it away, and them accidentally setting fire to the van while they attempt to signal the driver. Meanwhile, the others are holding a party without the guest of honour, which turns into a WildTeenParty when gatecrashers arrive.



* WillTheyOrWontThey: A lot of season one is spent asking this about Bec and Edge.
* YouLookFamiliar: Cassie's actress had a small one off part during season two as did Guy's actor in season one.

to:

* WillTheyOrWontThey: A lot of season one is spent asking this about Bec and Edge.
* YouLookFamiliar: Cassie's actress had a small one off part during season two as did Guy's actor in season one.
Edge.


* HiddenHeartOfGold: Edge, his parents were almost always on the pro circuit when he was growing so he's gotten used to doing everything on his own (don't worry his parent's left him with his grandparents) and can't let anyone see the softer side.* ICallItVera: Matt's board Angelina.

to:

* HiddenHeartOfGold: Edge, his parents were almost always on the pro circuit when he was growing so he's gotten used to doing everything on his own (don't worry his parent's left him with his grandparents) and can't let anyone see the softer side.side.
* ICallItVera: Matt's board Angelina.


''Blue Water High'' is an Australian show targeted to teens that ran for three seasons from 2005 - 2008. Each seasons followed a different group of Australian surfers who had been chosen to take place in a year long training course at the Solar Blue Academy, at the end of the year there would be a final surf off and the best male and female would win a ticket on to the pro circuit. Season one brought us Rebecca "Bec" Sanderson, Dean "Edge" Edgely, Perri Lawe, Matthew "Matt" Leyland, Fiona "Fly" Watson, Heath Carroll and Anna Petersen. Craig "Simmo" Simmonds was head coach while Deborah "Deb" Callum took care of the management and [[NoLastNameGiven Jilly]]. Season one quickly became a big hit with various related competitions were held and even live interviews which fans could watch online.

to:

''Blue Water High'' is an Australian show targeted to teens that ran for three seasons from 2005 - 2008. Each seasons followed a different group of Australian surfers who had been chosen to take place in a year long training course at the Solar Blue Academy, at the end of the year there would be a final surf off and the best male and female would win a ticket on to the pro circuit. Season one brought us Rebecca "Bec" Sanderson, Dean "Edge" Edgely, Perri Lawe, Matthew "Matt" Leyland, Fiona "Fly" Watson, Heath Carroll and Anna Petersen. Craig "Simmo" Simmonds was head coach while Deborah "Deb" Callum took care of the management and [[NoLastNameGiven Jilly]].Jilly]] ran the household and [[TeamMom looked after the surfers]]. Season one quickly became a big hit with various related competitions were held and even live interviews which fans could watch online.


* ICallItVera: Matt's board Angelina.
* JerkassFacade: Edge, his parents were almost always on the pro circuit when he was growing so he's gotten used to doing everything on his own (don't worry his parent's left him with his grandparents) and can't let anyone see the softer side.

to:

* ICallItVera: Matt's board Angelina.
* JerkassFacade:
HiddenHeartOfGold: Edge, his parents were almost always on the pro circuit when he was growing so he's gotten used to doing everything on his own (don't worry his parent's left him with his grandparents) and can't let anyone see the softer side.* ICallItVera: Matt's board Angelina.


* OneCrazyNight: In "Dreams and Dramas", the group attempt to keep Fly out of the house while they organise her surprise party. This resulys in Fly and Heath getting stranded miles from home, being caught in the rain, taking shelter in a caravan, the owner of the caravan towing it away, and them accidentally setting wire to the van while they attempt to signal the driver. Meanwhile, the others are holding a party without the guest of honour, which turns into a WildTeenParty when gatecrashers arrive.

to:

* OneCrazyNight: In "Dreams and Dramas", the group attempt to keep Fly out of the house while they organise her surprise party. This resulys in Fly and Heath getting stranded miles from home, being caught in the rain, taking shelter in a caravan, the owner of the caravan towing it away, and them accidentally setting wire fire to the van while they attempt to signal the driver. Meanwhile, the others are holding a party without the guest of honour, which turns into a WildTeenParty when gatecrashers arrive.

Added DiffLines:

* AttractivenessIsolation: In one episode, Matt is afraid to ask Perri to the dance, because she's the pretty glamour queen and he assumes she has already been invited by many boys. His friends also tease him because he has no chance with her. It turns out at the end that no one asked her to the dance for the same reason.


* RealSongThemeTune: "Aiming For Your Head" by Betchadupa.


* ADayInTheLimelight: Fly gets two in season 2.


Added DiffLines:

* ADayInTheLimelight: Fly gets two in season 2.


* TheCastShowoff: Averted, Simmo's actor could surf, and would between takes, but we never see Simmo surf.


* AnAesop: Generally one at the end of each episode but no particularly {{egregious}} examples.

to:

* AnAesop: Generally one at the end of each episode but no particularly {{egregious}} {{JustForFun/egregious}} examples.


Season three came after almost two year of waiting and brought with it [[{{Retool}}a lot of changes.]] Solar blue had been purchased by a company that didn't really want to keep funding it, giving an in-universe version of ExecutiveMeddling. Simmo had been fired, Jilly had left and Bec had been given the job of head coach. Gary Miller was soon chosen as trainer. The students this year were Guy Spender, Charley Prince, Adam Bridge, Bridget Sanchez, Loren Power and Cassie Cometti.

to:

Season three came after almost two year of waiting and brought with it [[{{Retool}}a lot of changes.]] Solar blue had been purchased by a company that didn't really want to keep funding it, giving an in-universe version of ExecutiveMeddling. Simmo had been fired, Jilly had left and Bec had been given the job of head coach. Gary Garry Miller was soon chosen as trainer. The students this year were Guy Spender, Charley Prince, Adam Bridge, Bridget Sanchez, Loren Power and Cassie Cometti.

Added DiffLines:

* OneCrazyNight: In "Dreams and Dramas", the group attempt to keep Fly out of the house while they organise her surprise party. This resulys in Fly and Heath getting stranded miles from home, being caught in the rain, taking shelter in a caravan, the owner of the caravan towing it away, and them accidentally setting wire to the van while they attempt to signal the driver. Meanwhile, the others are holding a party without the guest of honour, which turns into a WildTeenParty when gatecrashers arrive.


Blue Water High is an Australian show targeted to teens that ran for three seasons from 2005 - 2008. Each seasons followed a different group of Australian surfers who had been chosen to take place in a year long training course at the Solar Blue Academy, at the end of the year there would be a final surf off and the best male and female would win a ticket on to the pro circuit. Season one brought us Rebecca "Bec" Sanderson, Dean "Edge" Edgely, Perri Lawe, Matthew "Matt" Leyland, Fiona "Fly" Watson, Heath Carroll and Anna Petersen. Craig "Simmo" Simmonds was head coach while Deborah "Deb" Callum took care of the management and [[NoLastNameGiven Jilly]]. Season one quickly became a big hit with various related competitions were held and even live interviews which fans could watch online.

to:

Blue ''Blue Water High High'' is an Australian show targeted to teens that ran for three seasons from 2005 - 2008. Each seasons followed a different group of Australian surfers who had been chosen to take place in a year long training course at the Solar Blue Academy, at the end of the year there would be a final surf off and the best male and female would win a ticket on to the pro circuit. Season one brought us Rebecca "Bec" Sanderson, Dean "Edge" Edgely, Perri Lawe, Matthew "Matt" Leyland, Fiona "Fly" Watson, Heath Carroll and Anna Petersen. Craig "Simmo" Simmonds was head coach while Deborah "Deb" Callum took care of the management and [[NoLastNameGiven Jilly]]. Season one quickly became a big hit with various related competitions were held and even live interviews which fans could watch online.


Season three came after almost two year of waiting and brought with it [[{{Retool}}a lot of changes.]] Solar blue had been purchased by a company that didn't really want to keep funding it, giving an in-universe version of ExecutiveMeddling. Simmo had been fired, Jilly had left and Bec had been given the job of head coach. Gary Miller was soon chosen as trainer. The students this year were Guy Spender, Charley Prince, Adam Bridge, Bridget Sanchez, Loren Power and Cassie Cometti. The third season received mixed reviews, many anti's citing the [[UnpleasableFanbase over use of humour.]]

to:

Season three came after almost two year of waiting and brought with it [[{{Retool}}a lot of changes.]] Solar blue had been purchased by a company that didn't really want to keep funding it, giving an in-universe version of ExecutiveMeddling. Simmo had been fired, Jilly had left and Bec had been given the job of head coach. Gary Miller was soon chosen as trainer. The students this year were Guy Spender, Charley Prince, Adam Bridge, Bridget Sanchez, Loren Power and Cassie Cometti. The third season received mixed reviews, many anti's citing the [[UnpleasableFanbase over use of humour.]]
Cometti.


Blue Water High is notable for being one of only two Australian teen shows to receive three seasons for the decade 2000-2009, the other being ''H20JustAddWater''.

to:

Blue Water High is notable for being one of only two Australian teen shows to receive three seasons for the decade 2000-2009, the other being ''H20JustAddWater''.
''Series/H2OJustAddWater''.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 18

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report