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H2O

 

Wie heißen die Darsteller in Wirklichkeit?

   
Rolle: Darsteller:
Rikki Chadwick Cariba Heine
Emma Gilbert Claire Holt
Cleo Seroti Phoebe Tonkin
Lewis McCartney Angus McLaren
Zane Bennett Burgess Abernethy
Kim Sertori Cleo Massey
Elliot Gilbert Trent Sullivan
Byron Christopher Poree
Wilfred Ariu Lang Sio
Miriam Annabelle Stephenson
Nate Jamie Timony
Miss Chatham Christine Amor
Bella Indiana Evans

auf deutsch:
H2O - Plötzlich Meerjungfrau
H2O - Just Add Water
Fantasy-Serie
Australien 2006
ZDF

In den Hauptrollen: Claire Holt (Emma), Phoebe Tonkin (Cleo), Cariba Heine (Rikki), Angus McLaren (Lewis) u.a.
 

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1. Staffel (einfach die beliebige folge anklicken)
 
01.  30. 7. 2007  Eine folgenschwere Bootstour 
02. 30. 7. 2007 Die Poolparty
03. 31. 7. 2007 Im Netz
04. 31. 7. 2007 Übernachtung bei Emma
05. 01. 8. 2007 Miss Meereskönigin
06. 01. 8. 2007 Elliots geliebte Retterin
07. 02. 8. 2007 Emma und der Vollmond
08. 02. 8. 2007 Dr. Baywatch
09. 03. 8. 2007 Rikki macht fette Beute 
10. 03. 8. 2007 Der Filmpreis
11. 06. 8. 2007 Duell im Wasser
12. 06. 8. 2007 Gesang der Sirene
13. 07. 8. 2007 Zanes Untergang 
14. 07. 8. 2007 Kindergeburtstag und Seeungeheuer
15. 08. 8. 2007 Miriam eiskalt 
16. 08. 8. 2007 Cleos geheimer Freund 
17. 09. 8. 2007 Das Virus 
18. 09. 8. 2007 Rikkis Vollmondnacht 
19. 10. 8. 2007 Nerviger Besuch
20. 10. 8. 2007 Der perfekte Köder
21. 13. 8. 2007 Zane auf heißer Spur
22. 13. 8. 2007 Rikkis Geheimnis
23. 14. 8. 2007 Der Anhänger
24. 14. 8. 2007 Lewis' Spezialdeo 
25. 15. 8. 2007 Dicht auf der Spur 
26. 15. 8. 2007 In der Falle 

2. Staffel
 
27.  24. 4. 2008 Stürmische Zeiten
28. 24. 4. 2008 Superkräfte
29. 25. 4. 2008 Alte Liebe rostet nicht
30. 25. 4. 2008 Feuer und Eis
31. 28. 4. 2008 Wünsch dir was!
32. 28. 4. 2008 Verflixtes Fischmenü
33. 29. 4. 2008 Lewis unter Verdacht 
34. 29. 4. 2008 Falsche Adresse
35. 30. 4. 2008 Hochmut kommt vor dem Fall
36. 30. 4. 2008 Nachhilfestunden
37. 01. 5. 2008 Schatzsuche
38. 01. 5. 2008 Fischfieber
39. 02. 5. 2008 Der Campingausflug
40. 02. 5. 2008 Der neue Chef
41. 05. 5. 2008 Nate unwiderstehlich
42. 05. 5. 2008 Teure Verabredung
43. 06. 5. 2008 Romantisches Dinner
44. 06. 5. 2008 Jungs!
45. 07. 5. 2008 Alles wie damals
46. 07. 5. 2008 Schwarzweiss und brisant
47. 08. 5. 2008 Charlottes Verwandlung
48. 08. 5. 2008 Die Super-Meerjungfrau
49. 09. 5. 2008 Außer Kontrolle
50. 09. 5. 2008 Überraschungsparty für Lewis
51. 12. 5. 2008 Teuflische Charlotte
52. 12. 5. 2008 Die Entscheidung

Hinweis: Cleo, Emma und Rikki könnten unterschiedlicher nicht sein. Doch die 16-jährigen Mädchen verbindet ein Geheimnis: Durch die Berührung mit Wasser wächst ihnen ein Fischschwanz, und sie werden zu Meerjungfrauen! Keine einfache Situation, besonders bei Regen, in der Dusche oder im Swimmingpool! Die drei stellen bald fest, dass dies nicht die einzige Veränderung ist, die nach dem Bad in einem mystischen Vulkankratersee mit ihnen vor sich geht. Je nach Charakter verfügen sie plötzlich über Superkräfte, die den Aggregatzustand von Wasser verändern: Sie können es zum Kochen bringen, zu Eis gefrieren oder sich ausdehnen lassen. Und obwohl die Welt unter der Wasseroberfläche des Pazifischen Ozeans für die frisch gebackenen Meerjungfrauen mehr als faszinierend ist, haben die drei Teenager eigentlich mit dem normalen Leben, dem Erwachsenwerden, der ersten Liebe, den kleineren Geschwistern und der Schule schon alle Hände voll zu tun. - Die aufwändig hergestellte Serie wurde produziert von Jonathan M. Shiff Prod. (u. a. Ocean Girl, Die Pirateninsel, Total genial) in Zusammenarbeit mit dem ZDF, ZDF Enterprises und dem australischen Sender Network Ten. "H2O - Plötzlich Meerjungfrau" ist eine Mischung aus Unterhaltung, Spannung und Action. Sie bietet hochwertige Special Effects, Stunts und nicht zuletzt atemberaubende Landschafts- und spektakuläre Unterwasseraufnahmen der australischen Gold Coast. (Text: ZDF)


in english:



1-13:

Metamorphosis

Emma and Rikki

Episode 1.01
Australia: Friday, July 07, 2006 (Ten)
USA: Fri, March 14, 2008 (Nickelodeon)
Canada: Sun, July 06, 2008 (YTV)
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Colin Budds

Three different teenage girls suddenly find they've got extraordinary power over water. Their lives will change forever as they learn more about their own potential and the power of friendship.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Cleo Massey as Kim, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Nicole Downes as Rikki Stunt Double

Note: series one was filmed from Oct 10, 2005 to April 21, 2006
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Pool Party

Cleo

Episode 1.02
Australia: Friday, July 14, 2006
USA: Fri, March 14, 2008
Written by Deb Cox
Directed by Colin Budds

Despite knowing what water can do, the temptation of Miriam's pool party proves to strong for Cleo and when she is nearly exposed, she must turn to Lewis for help. Rikki discovers her power.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Alan David Lee as Don, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred
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Catch of the Day

Phoebe Tonkin as Cleo

Episode 1.03
Australia: Friday, July 21, 2006
USA: Sun, March 16, 2008
Written by Simon Butters
Directed by Colin Budds

Cleo doesn't share her friends' enthusiasm for their new-found abilities. Rikki and Emma's efforts to rescue sea turtles trapped in fishing nets causes a media frenzie about sharks patrolling the nearby waters. Believing her father to be involved, Cleo takes it upon herself to go after the boat responsible for the illegal fishing practices but finds herself caught up in a net herself.

With: Christopher Poree as Byron, Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev Sertori, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Chris Palframan as Eddie, Damon Gabso as Johnno
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Party Girls

Cleo hiding in a sleeping bag

Episode 1.04
Australia: Friday, July 28, 2006
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Colin Budds

Emma travels back to Mako Island where she finds a mysterious necklace at the bottom of the moonpool. The risks associated with Cleo's new job at the marine park give her friends cause for concern but Cleo's determination to lead a normal life helps convince Emma to set aside her own concerns and go ahead with her annual sleepover party. Lewis experiments to determine what will change the girls.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham, Andrea Moor as Mrs Geddes, Ashleigh Lawrence as Alyssa, Candice Dixon as Caitlin, Casceilia Mulvena as Fiona

Note: Andrea Moor, who plays Mrs Geddes, Cleo's supervisor at the aquarium, is also the series' acting coach
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Something Fishy

Elliot and Kim

Episode 1.05
Australia: August 04, 2006
Written by Jo Watson
Directed by Colin Budds

Cleo's secret diary falls into her sister's hands and Kim's suspicions quickly grow into a plot to expose Cleo and rest of the "evil mermaids" during the Miss Sea Queen pageant. Lewis travels to Mako Island to try to find out the the cause of the girls' transformation.

With: Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Andrea Moor as Mrs Geddes, Jenna Hudson as Libby, Liam Pierce as Lifeguard
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Young Love

Elliot, Emma, Rikki and Cleo

Episode 1.06
Australia: August 11, 2006
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Colin Budds

While babysitting Emma's brother Elliot, Rikki risks exposing her secret when he get's into trouble surfing. The girls turn to Lewis for advice when Elliot develops a crush on Rikki but the abrasive Rikki has a hard time letting him down gently resulting in him running away.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Jamie Timony as Nate, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Preton Forsythe as Lenny
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Moon Spell

Rikki and Cleo are moonstruck

Episode 1.07
Australia: August 18, 2006
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Colin Budds

Cleo receives a cryptic warning from Miss Chatham but doesn't know quite what to make of it until Emma comes under the spell of the full moon during her father's birthday party and is unable to change back from a mermaid.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Brigette Paroissien as Candy, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham, Arna Maria Winchester as Aunt Thea, Flloyd Kennedy as Grandma, Nicole Downes as Emma Mermaid Double
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The Denman Affair

Lewis and Dr Denman

Episode 1.08
Australia: August 25, 2006
Written by Chris Annastassiades
Directed by Colin Budds

The girls reluctantly agree to let Lewis get a research assistant's position with a marine biologist hoping to determine what's behind their transformation but the girls have cause for concern when his enthusiasm may cause him to reveal too much information. After leaving behind a DNA sample from Cleo, Lewis is soon offered a lucrative job and has a choice to make about his future. Despite concerns about the motives behind the job offer, Cleo is perhaps more upset that the decision is not as difficult for Lewis to make as she had hoped.

With: Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Lara Cox as Denman, Michael Parlato as Security Guard, Nicole Downes as Denman Diving Double
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Dangerous Waters

Cleo and Rikki with new fish

Episode 1.09
Australia: September 01, 2006
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Colin Budds

Rikki lands a seemingly harmless job collecting rare fish, but when she learns the man who hired her doesn't work for the marine park but is instead a dealer selling the fish for big profits, she decides to take on the task of setting things right.

With: Cleo Massey as Kim, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Cory Robinson as Barry, Gavin Coleman as Hosing Man, Brad Buckley as Warehouse Man #1, Scott McLean as Warehouse Man #2, Renee Bowen as Barry's Girl
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The Camera Never Lies

Emma interviews her mum

Episode 1.10
Australia: September 08, 2006
Written by Deb Cox
Directed by Colin Budds

A short film contest on the subject of heroes captures the focus of the girls' attention but a film about Emma's mother isn't Rikki's idea of fun and she decides to use her abilities to capture some impressive underwater footage. Inelligible to compete himself, Zane recruits Lewis to document a recreation of his father's famous windsurfing trip to Mako Island.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Cleo Massey as Kim, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Damien Bryson as Young Harrison, Michael Harrrison as Kid, Chester Whiting as Boy in Lews' film, Ian Greenleaf as Zane Windsurfing Double, Nicole Downes as Rikki Mermaid Double
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Sink or Swim

Byron and Emma

Episode 1.11
Australia: September 15, 2006
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Colin Budds

Byron asks Emma for training help prior to the school swimming meet. After initially turning him down, she changes her mind but becomes a "heavy training dragon", all the while insisting to Rikki and Cleo that her interest has nothing to do with spending time with Byron and everything to do with seeing Zane defeated. Lewis continues his experiments on the girls but Rikki doesn't like being treated like a specimen and does her best to disrupt his research.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Cleo Massey as Kim, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Chris Hillier as Start Official
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The Siren Effect

Cleo, Nate and Zane

Episode 1.12
Australia: September 22, 2006
Written by Susan MacGillicuddy
Directed by Colin Budds

After a humiliating public karaoke performance, Cleo's sudden newfound singing ability on the night of a full moon gives her friends cause for concern. When she develops a mysterious Siren-like hold over the opposite sex, a sudden rush of admirers gives Cleo the audience she's dreamed of while her panicked father struggles to control the growing crowd.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham, Tim Amos as Boy #1, Tom Calder as Boy #2, Dominic Deutscher as Boy #3
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Shipwrecked

Miss Chatham and Emma

Episode 1.13
Australia: September 29, 2006
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Colin Budds

When Zane causes the enigmatic Miss Catham to be evicted from her boat, Emma invites to stay at her home. Overhearing her concern for her "treasure", Zane chases after Miss Catham seeking compensation for his damaged jetski when she departs the marina in her boat. Emma and Lewis arrive in time to help with a medical emergency but when Zane gets trapped on the sinking boat, Emma must risk the water to save him.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham, Steven Tandy as Hendrix

Episodes 14-26:

Surprise!

Rikki and Don with clown

Episode 1.14
Australia: Friday, October 06, 2006
Written by Chris Anastassiades
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Cleo is counting the days until her 16th birthday, fully aware that her big day can only be ruined by one thing — another of her father's embarrassing birthday parties. Zane embarks on a hunt for the "sea monster" he saw when he nearly drowned and recruits Lewis to help, but Lewis has promised the girls to do everything he can to keep Zane well away from them and Mako Island.

With: Deborah Coulls as Bev, Alan David Lee as Don, Cleo Massey as Kim, Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christopher Poree as Byron

Note: The first of 13 episodes to be directed by Jeffrey Walker whose acting career included starring roles in two previous Jonathan M Shiff productions Ocean Girl and Thunderstone

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The Big Chill

Emma

Episode 1.15
Australia: Friday, October 13, 2006
Written by John Armstrong
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Emma is excelling at her new job at the JuiceNet café but when Wilfred leaves her in charge for an entire weekend, her no nonsense managerial style puts her at odds with her newest employee — Rikki. Miriam becomes the victim of her own scheming when Emma accidentally freezes her in the café's cool room forcing the girls to put aside their differences to defrost Miriam.

With: Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, James Stewart as Fruit Delivery Guy, Tim McDonald as Bread Delivery Guy
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Lovesick

Cleo and Mitch

Episode 1.16
Australia: Friday, October 20, 2006
Written by Caroline O'Meara
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Cleo attracts the attention of a new dolphin at the marine park but rumours about her new boyfriend have her family and friends determined to discover the identity of Cleo's mysterious boyfriend. Events come to a head when Kim overhears Cleo on the phone and comes to the conclusion that she's run away with Zane to elope. Meanwhile, Zane uses Cleo to gain access to the marine park's library to continue his sea monster research.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Paul Bishop as Mitch
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Under the Weather

girls confronted by rain

Episode 1.17
Australia: Friday, October 27, 2006
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

A sudden thunderstorm forces the girls to feign illness to stay home from school but in faking their symptoms too well they attract the attention of doctors eager to study their "rare tropical disease". As the number of people in quarantine grows, Cleo's sister Kim begins to suspect a ruse but a more serious threat develops when a containment unit arrives to take the girls to hospital for study forcing Emma to admit everything.

With: Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Kate Fitzpatrick as Dr Holt, Emelia Burns as Nurse, Eugene Gilfedder as Professor Gorman

Note: A few (just me?) may appreciate the mini Medivac reunion created by the appearances of Caroline Kennison and Eugene Gilfedder
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Bad Moon Rising

Emma and Cleo

Episode 1.18
Australia: November 03, 2006
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Haunted by his encounter with the "sea monster", Zane steps up his investigation which leads him to Mako Island. Lewis' efforts to help the girls prepare for the night's full moon go for naught as Rikki catches a glimpses of the full moon causing her to lose control of her powers. Emma, Cleo and Lewis follow her to Mako Island where Zane has already found a distraught Rikki.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Jamie Timony as Nate, Alan David Lee as Don, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham
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Hurricane Angela

Pelican and Cleo

Episode 1.19
Australia: November 10, 2006
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

The arrival of Cleo and Kim's cousin Angela is seen by the girls' father as an opportunity for Cleo to learn some maturity and responsibility. However, chaperoning a headstrong girl with a fondness for water quickly brings on its challenges, and with a birdnapped pelican added to the mix, makes for an eventfull afternoon. At the end of the day however, Cleo and her sister to begin appreciate one another... if only temporarily.

With: Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Jade Paskins as Angela, Paul Bishop as Mitch
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Hook, Line and Sinker

Rikki and Zane

Episode 1.20
Australia: November 17, 2006
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Lewis' excitement about testing his new lure in the annual fishing derby is quelled by Cleo's refusal to renew their traditional partnership for fear of getting wet. When Lewis struggles, Cleo decides to use her mermaid powers help Lewis land the "big one" but when he is accussed of cheating, he is kicked out of the competition by Cleo's father and forbidden from seeing her again. Rikki and Zane encounter one another at a business seminar and get trapped on a balcony. The time alone together allows them to get to know one another better, perhaps a little too well when the rain starts falling.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Alan David Lee as Don, Deborah Coulls as Bev, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Iain Gardiner as Hook-Eye MacKenzie, Noel Sheridan as Fred 'The Fillet'
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Red Herring

Emma

Episode 1.21
Australia: November 24, 2006
Written by Chris Anastassiades
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

An innocent comment about her dependable nature convinces Emma she needs a change—and what better way to start than to colour her hair. Zane's sea monster investigation leads him to Miss Chatham who he's convinced is at the centre of the mystery. Emma's attempt to protect Miss Chatham's secret provides Zane with his first clear look at a mermaid. Rikki agrees to go out with Zane on the condition he stop his talk about mermaids, an easy deal for Zane to make.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Jamie Timony as Nate, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Teri Haddy as Young Miss Chatham, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham
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Fish Out Of Water

Rikki: 'he get's me'

Episode 1.22
Australia: December 01, 2006
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Rikki's date with Zane becomes a subject of speculation for Emma and Cleo. Concerned about Zane's trustfulness, Emma gives Rikki an ultimatum: her and Cleo or Zane. It's a choice Rikki resents being asked to make and it quickly drives a wedge between the girls. Harrison Bennett's unveiling of plans to develop Mako Island realigns feelings as Emma joins Rikki's vocal opposition and Zane takes a stand against his father. Cleo attempts to liberate herself by thinning her wardrobe.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Brigette Paroissien as Candy, Jaala Webster as Housekeeper, Akira Yoshikawa as Mr George Chan, Hsiao-Ling Tang as Mrs Chan, Chantal Li as Emily Chan
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In Too Deep

Louise, Julia and Gracie

Episode 1.23
Australia: December 08, 2006
Written by Simon Butters
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

History may be repeating itself as Rikki's ability to keep the girls' secret is tested when she discovers a locket identical to Miss Chatham's in a jeweller's shop. She desperately wants the locket but is unable to tell Zane why it is so important. When Miriam buys it first, Rikki's fierce determination to get it back further draws out Zane's suspicions.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Teri Haddy as Young Miss Chatham, Stu Cochrane as Jeweller, Amrita Tarr as Julia, Ashleigh Brewer as Gracie, Brett Sellwood as Karl, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham
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Love Potion #9

Emma and Byron

Episode 1.24
Australia: December 15, 2006
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

With the school dance approaching, Emma and Cleo are fretting about having to ask Byron and Lewis to go with them, relying on the boys to make the first move. But Byron doesn't ask Emma, who he thinks is too busy heading up the organising committee, and Lewis is too caught up in his work on a new scientific way to make it easier for the girls to be mermaids by making them waterproof. Only when Cleo leaves for the dance with Nate does Lewis realise his mistake. Has Lewis missed his chance with Cleo and might his untested waterproofing spray ruin the evening for everyone?

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Christopher Poree as Byron, Annabelle Stephenson as Miriam, Alice Hunter as Tiffany, Jamie Timony as Nate, Alan David Lee as Don, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham
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Dr. Danger

Zane with Harrison and Denman

Episode 1.25
Australia: December 22, 2006
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

The prospect of going on vacation to a resort with her family doesn't sit well with Emma and her excuses don't go over well with her parents or brother who are all looking forward to their annual trip. The return of marine biologist Dr Denman [episode 8] concerns Lewis and the girls but Zane sees a possible ally (or worse, a competitor) in the search for his mermaid. With Mako Island firmly in Denman's sights, the girls' secret is on the verge of being blown out of the water.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Lara Cox as Denman, Chas Green as Greg
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A Twist in the Tail

in the moon pool

Episode 1.26
Australia: December 29, 2006
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

The hunt for the now identified mermaids intensifies as Dr Denman sets a trap for the girls at Mako Island forcing Zane to make a decision about where his loyalties lie. A lunar eclipse gives the girls an opportunity to free themselves from further pursuit by sacrificing their powers.

With: Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Joss McWilliam as Harrison, Lara Cox as Denman, Chas Green as Greg, Steve Hartman as Crew Member #1, Christine Amor as Miss Chatham

Episodes 27 - 39:

Control

Emma, Cleo, Emma, Lewis

Episode 2.01 (27)
Australia: Fri, Sept 28, 2007 (4pm, Ten)
UK: Mon, Oct 08, 2007 (5pm, Nickelodeon UK)
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

When the full moon affects the girls in unexpected ways, they lose the ability to control their powers. Lewis finds himself on the wrong side of the girl's new abilities. Cleo is upset being made to accompany Kim to a concert.

With: Cleo Massey as Kim, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Tracy Mann as Newsreader, Alan David Lee as Don Sertori

Notes: Series two was filmed from October 9, 2006 - April 4, 2007. The new (but almost identical) theme is performed by Kate Alexa whose music is featured in this series and on the new soundtrack

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Fire and Ice

Charlotte and Lewis

Episode 2.02 (28)
Australia: Friday, October 05, 2007
UK: Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Lewis has little success when he decides to test the girls' new and unpredictable powers. Emma helps her brother Elliot deal with a meddlesome teammate. Lewis' constant attention is driving Cleo is being driven crazy, leading to a frank discussion about their relationship.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Jamie Timony as Nate, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Cleo Massey as Kim, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Thomas Malios as Billy, JJ Talefuna as Ice Cream Kid
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Double Trouble

Zane and Rikki

Episode 2.03 (29)
UK: Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Australia: Friday, October 12, 2007
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Zane's reappearance forces Rikki to decide if staying away from him is what she really wants. Can Rikki become involved with Zane again and still keep her secret? As Lewis' new friendship with Charlotte grows, so do Cleo's suspicions about her, but she insists it has nothing to do with jealousy.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Yasca Sinigaglia as Zane Motorbike double, Scott McLean as Nate Motorbike double, Zander Hey as R.J.
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Emma Rebel

Rikki and Lisa

Episode 2.04 (30)
UK: Thursday, October 11, 2007
Australia: Friday, October 19, 2007
Written by Chris Anastassiades
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

With Emma's parents away for the weekend, Rikki comes over to stay but her behaviour rubs off on Emma who decides to prove that she too can be a rebel. But is she trying too hard? And can she handle the consequences that come with throwing a party? Lewis' tries to become more manly when Nate tells him it may have been why Cleo broke up with him. Cleo gets a secret admirer.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Jamie Timony as Nate, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Cleo Massey as Kim, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Rebekah Madden-Fisher as Amber, Alex Kuzelicki as Karate Instructor, Alan David Lee as Don Sertori
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Hocus Pocus

Cleo, Emma, Rikki

Episode 2.05 (31)
UK: Monday, October 15, 2007
Australia: Friday, October 26, 2007
Written by Kirsty Fisher
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

When Lewis presents the girls with a rare book he discovered about mermaid mythology, Rikki and Emma reluctantly agree to help Lewis and Cleo make a potion that will give the girls the power to grant wishes. For Cleo it's an opportunity to reunite her fractured family, but when the project grows out of control, they must act quickly to clean up the café before Wilfred arrives to shoot a commercial.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Cleo Massey as Kim, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Alan David Lee as Don Sertori
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Pressure Cooker

Lewis, Cleo, Charlotte

Episode 2.06 (32)
UK: Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Australia: Friday, November 02, 2007
Written by Simon Butters
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Cleo's life is in turmoil as she is seeming confronted with Charlotte and Lewis at every turn. Lewis insists things between them aren't as they appear, but perhaps he needs to tell that to Charlotte. To make matters worse, Cleo's dad has invited a woman over for dinner. And just when it appears that welcoming a potential stepmother is the worst of all Cleo's troubles, she's introduced to the woman's daughter…

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Tiffany Lamb as Annette, Cleo Massey as Kim, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Alan David Lee as Don
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In Hot Water

Mrs Geddes, Lewis and police

Episode 2.07 (33)
UK: Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Australia: Friday, November 09, 2007
Written by Joss King
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

In need of money for a new computer, Lewis decides it is time he finds a job, and as luck would have it, a position becomes available at the aquarium when Cleo is fired. In an effort to help get Cleo her job back, Rikki and Emma set out to prove that serving ice-cream can be the hardest job in the world. But when the the aquarium's star attraction goes missing, Lewis becomes the prime suspect.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte Watsford; Andrea Moor as Mrs Geddes, Matthew O'Kine as Laurie, Scott McRae as Police Officer, Joey Massey as Ollie, Peter Kent as Ollie's Dad, Alan David Lee as Don Sertori
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Wrong Side of the Tracks

Zane, Terry and Rikki

Episode 2.08 (34)
UK: Thursday, October 18, 2007
Australia: Friday, November 16, 2007
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Zane and Rikki's rocky relatationship is once again put to the test when her efforts to hide her personal life from those around her collides with Zane's determination to involve himself in her life.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte Watsford; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Martin Challis as Humphries, Yasca Sinigaglia as Zane Motorbike Double, Scott McLean as Nate Motorbike Double, Andy McPhee as Terry Chadwick
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Riding For a Fall

Emma

Episode 2.09 (35)
UK: Monday, October 22, 2007 (10:55am)
Australia: Friday, November 23, 2007
Written by Susan MacGillicuddy
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

While accompanying Elliot to his riding lessons, Emma finds herself in situations that go from bad to worse to life threatening. Lewis hopes his fully portable, solar powered, eco friendly recycling unit will solve the world's fuel problems, but just sorting out his dates for the Young Inventor of the Year awards ceremony may be accomplishment enough.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Todd Levi as Gus, Mick Corrigan as Ash Riding Double, Jamie Timony as Nate (uncredited)
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Unfathomable

Cleo and Charlotte

Episode 2.10 (36)
UK: Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Australia: Friday, November 30, 2007
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Life may not be all about exams, but without Lewis as her study partner, academic success is proving ellusive for Cleo. Fortunately, a new tutor is found to help, but is there an ulterior motive behind keeping Cleo busy studying? Meanwhile, the girls are concerned that Charlotte may also be getting too close to their secret — and it is Lewis who is leading the way, right to Mako Island.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don
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Treasure Hunt

Zane and Rikki

Episode 2.11 (37)
UK: Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Australia: Friday, December 07, 2007
Ratings: 0.280 million viewers
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Presurred by tight family finaces and the promise of a big reward, Rikki agrees to help Zane search the ocean floor for a valuable lost statue. But when she involves Emma and Cleo without telling them the full story, she finds herself alone in a dangerous situation when the truth comes out. Meanwhile, Lewis reassures the girls that he will still be there from them, but with Charlotte working to keep him to herself, he nearly misses a chance to help just when he is needed the most.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte Watsford; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Andy McPhee as Terry Chadwick
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Monster

Emma

Episode 2.12 (38)
UK: Thursday, October 25, 2007
Australia: Friday, December 14, 2007
Ratings: 0.359 million viewers
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

Emma developes a craving for seafood and a strange illness after cutting her finger on an unusual piece of coral. With Lewis kept busy helping the girls keep tabs on Emma, his date with Charlotte doesn't go particularly well and Charlotte is convinced Cleo is out to sabotage their relationship.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Jared Robinsen as Neil, Ariu Lang Sio as Wilfred, Matthew O'Kine as Laurie, Bridgette Watson as Kylie, Kaitlyn Clare as Kylie's Mother, Raelene Chapman as Emma Stunt Double
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Camping at Mako Island

Cleo, Emma, Rikki

Episode 2.13 (39)
UK: Friday, October 26, 2007
Australia: Friday, December 21, 2007
Ratings: 0.377 million viewers
Written by Chris Roache
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

The revived Seroti family camping holiday is ill-fated not just by choice of location, Mako Island, but in the unfortunate timing of coinciding with the full moon. Cleo's friends tag along to help one another stay out of trouble but Lewis' plans are soon tested when the girls decide to face the powers of the full moon. Meanwhile, Charlotte's discovery of the moon pool at the height of the full moon may have unforeseen consequences.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don

Episodes 40 - 52:

Cleo vs. Charlotte

Emma and Ash

Episode 2.14 (40)
Australia: Friday, December 28, 2007
Ratings: 0.213 million viewers
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Colin Budds

After confiding in Rikki that she misses spending time with Lewis, Cleo takes her advice to re-establish her friendship with him and to embrace her unique abilities, after all, unlike Charlotte, Cleo is not just an ordinary girl. Emma is disappointed to be passed over for a promotion at work but is even more upset by the identity of her new supervisor and all of his changes to the café.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Rebekah Madden-Fisher as Amber, Lauren Brant as Staff Member

Irresistable

The Nater

Episode 2.15 (41)
Australia: Friday, January 04, 2008
Ratings: 0.277 million viewers
Written by Chris Anastassiades
Directed by Colin Budds

Love is in the air when the girls develop a strong attraction to Nate after he gets his hands on Zane's sample of a malodorous substance believed to hold magical effects over mermaids. Can Lewis and Zane help the girls' come to their senses and hop off the Nate-train? Or will Emma be forced to dump Ash in favour of the Nate-aroo?

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Craig Horner as Ash, Cleo Massey as Kim, Alan David Lee as Don Seroti

Visions

Elliot and Kim

Episode 2.16 (42)
Australia: Friday, January 11, 2008
Ratings: 0.323 million viewers
Written by Simon Butters
Directed by Colin Budds

When Elliot asks Lewis for advice about girls, no one suspects who he plans to ask out on a date. Cleo and Lewis join the young couple on their first date to the water park and while it takes Elliot a bit longer to learn his lesson, the chaperones also come away a little wiser... and wetter. Emma gets the wrong idea about Rikki's secret meetings with Ash. Lewis is troubled by a reoccurring dream about Cleo being discovered as a mermaid.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Cleo Massey as Kim, Shae Mahoney as Kid #1, Ryan Sheldrake as Kid #2, Alan David Lee as Don Seroti

Music: this episode features Kate Alexa's songs "Somebody Out There" and "Feel It Too" from the soundtrack

Moonstruck

Moonlight reflected

Episode 2.17 (43)
Australia: Friday, January 18, 2008
Ratings: 0.322 million viewers
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Colin Budds

Unable to convince Emma to tell Ash the truth about herself, Rikki and Cleo encourage a wounded Ash to be bold, but his first romantic gesture couldn't be timed any worse than the night of the full moon. Without Lewis to help, the moon's power quickly takes hold of the girls whose odd behaviour is witnessed by Ash. In the light of day with little memory of the previous night, Emma has a big revelation for Ash.

With: Craig Horner as Ash

The Heat Is On

Ash, Emma, Cleo, Rikki, Zane

Episode 2.18 (44)
Australia: Friday, January 25, 2008
Written by Philip Dalkin
Directed by Colin Budds

Cleo wants to organise a celebration to mark the girls' one year anniversary of becoming mermaids but when an accident in the café sets Ash and Zane against one another, the conflict quickly spreads to Emma and Rikki. Stuck in the middle of her feuding friends, Cleo is determiend to keep their friendships together. With his date with Charlotte on the same night as the party, Lewis's planning skills are put to the test.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Jamie Timony as Nate, Craig Horner as Ash, Alan David Lee as Don

Music: "Another Now" and "Nobody Knows" by Kate Alexa

The Gracie Code, Part One

Lewis and Max

Episode 2.19 (45)
Australia: Friday, February 01, 2008
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Colin Budds

While conducting research trying to uncover the secrets of the moon pool, Lewis uncovers the work of Max Hamilton, who fifty years earlier found himself in much the same role that Lewis is in now. To earn the old man's trust, Lewis risks betraying the girls' secret but the story Max has to tell will shed more light on the history of the moon pool and the girls' lockets.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Ashleigh Brewer as Gracie, Matthew Scully as Young Max, Teri Haddy as Louise, Taryn Marler as Julia, Martin Vaughan as Max Hamilton

Note: Claire Holt does not appear in this episode

The Gracie Code, Part Two

Charlotte sees old film of Gracie

Episode 2.20 (46)
Australia: Friday, February 08, 2008
Written by Anthony Morris
Directed by Colin Budds

Charlotte wants answers as to why Lewis is spending so much of his time with Cleo and the girls. Charlotte appears to be satisfied with Cleo's vague excuse that Lewis is simply helping them with a project, but her curiosity is piqued when, amongst Max's research papers, she spots an old photo of Gracie… her grandmother. Lewis is tasked with finding out exactly what Charlotte knows about her grandmother, but while looking for her own answers, Charlotte makes a startling discovery. Ash makes a well-intentioned attempt to help Emma overcome her apparent fear of water.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Tiffany Lamb as Annette, Cleo Massey as Kim, Ashleigh Brewer as Gracie, Matthew Scully as Young Max, Teri Haddy as Louise, Taryn Marler as Julia

Then There Were Four

Episode 2.21 (47)
Australia: Friday, February 15, 2008
Written by Susan MacGillicuddy
Directed by Colin Budds

Charlotte's stubborn persistence in searching out her grandmother's murky past leads her to Max who confirms all of her suspicions. Further research leads her straight to the moon pool on Mako Island where secrets are revealed and another is born. Lewis' relationship with Charlotte is put to the test by his inability to confide in her but Charlotte has no such reservations.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Cleo Massey as Kim, Craig Marriott as Frank, Ashleigh Brewer as Gracie, Alan David Lee as Don, Martin Vaughan as Max Hamilton

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

Episode 2.22 (48)
Australia: Friday, February 22, 2008
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Colin Budds

Against Rikki's better judgement, the girls agree to make Charlotte feel welcome as the newest member of the "mermaid club". Faced with the prospect of failing phys-ed, the girls are quickly forced to work together when they find themselves together on the school's beach volleyball team. Charlotte learns their is more to being a mermaid than she thought and although the learning curve is steep, the final result is nothing short of... super.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Dajana Cahill as Cindy, Alan David Lee as Don Seroti, et al

Note: if she looks familiar, Dajana Cahill (who plays Cindy, the leader of the opposing volleyball team), was one of the stars of Mortified

 

Reckless

Episode 2.23 (49)
Australia: Friday, February 29, 2008
Written by Max Dann
Directed by Colin Budds

Concerned about Charlotte's ability to use her new-found abilities wisely, the girls offer to help her learn about her powers but Charlotte refuses their help and becomes determined to prove herself as the only true mermaid. When Lewis runs afoul of Nate, his pacifist nature causes Charlotte to come to his defence. Can she be stopped before she goes too far and exposes the group's secret?

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Craig Horner as Ash, Jamie Timony as Nate

Three's Company

Episode 2.24 (50)
Australia: Friday, March 07, 2008
Written by Sam Carroll
Directed by Colin Budds

Charlotte and the girls clash over the planning for Lewis' birthday. Tired of Charlotte's intrusion into what was once their close knit group, Rikki excludes herself, promising Zane she'll spend more time with him. Resolved to be the bigger person, Rikki decides to attend Lewis' party and arrives just in time to rescue her friends… and the party.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Craig Horner as Ash, Tiffany Lamb as Annette, Rebekah Madden-Fisher as Amber, Lincoln Lewis as School Friend

Sea Change

Episode 2.25 (51)
Australia: Friday, March 14, 2008
Written by Robert Armin
Directed by Colin Budds

Her short-lived friendship with the other girls is over and Charlotte demands that out of loyalty to her, Lewis is to have no more contact with Rikki, Emma and most of all, Cleo. Isolated and intimidated, Cleo runs away from home only to find herself in dangerous waters. Determined to find Cleo, Lewis is forced to make a decision: obey Charlotte or help a friend. An easy decision as it turns out, but by choosing sides, a powerful enemy is created.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Cleo Massey as Kim, Jared Robinson as Neil, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Raelene Chapman as Charlotte Double, Alan David Lee as Don Seroti, Martin Vaughan as Max Hamilton

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Episode 2.26 (52, finale)
Australia: Friday, March 21, 2008
Written by Chris Roache
Directed by Colin Budds

On the night of the full moon, a rare planetary alignment presents a unique danger to the girls. Their attempt to warn Charlotte, who has yet to experience a full moon, only renews the rivalry and sets up a confrontation that will change lives forever. Tired of the mysteries, Ash demands an explanation from Emma.

With: Brittany Byrnes as Charlotte; Burgess Abernathy as Zane, Craig Horner as Ash, Caroline Kennison as Lisa, Jared Robinsen as Neil Gilbert, Trent Sullivan as Elliot, Martin Vaughan as Max Hamilton

Note: series 2 of H2O may be finished but Cariba Heine and Craig Horner can be seen in series 3 of Blue Water High starting April 3rd on ABC (Burgess Abernethy and Jamie Timony also appear in guest roles) while Angus McLaren will be starring alongside Rebecca Gibney and Erik Thomson in Seven's new comedy Packed to the Rafters

 



 


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