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Gaia (Character)
from "Captain Planet and the Planeteers" (1990)

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In Greek Mythology, Gaia was the goddess of the Earth... See more »


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  1. Captain Planet 4 (2012) Played by Jurnee Smollett-Bell
  2. Captain Planet (2012) Played by Bianca Saad

  3. "Captain Planet and the Planeteers"
    ... aka "The New Adventures of Captain Planet" - USA (fourth season title)
    ... aka "Captain Planet" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
        - Greed Is the Word (1996) TV episode, Played by Margot Kidder
        - Dirty Politics (1995) TV episode, Played by Margot Kidder
        - Frog Day Afternoon (1995) TV episode, Played by Margot Kidder
        - Numbers Game (1995) TV episode, Played by Margot Kidder
        - In Zarm's Way (1995) TV episode, Played by Margot Kidder
          (72 more)

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From "Captain Planet and the Planeteers: The Predator (#2.5)" (1991)
Wheeler: All *right*! Life is Good but wind-surfing's great! AHH!
Gaia: [appears] Sorry to take the wind out of your sails, Wheeler, but we need you.
Linka: [he arrives at the Crystal Chamber] Wheeler, you are all wet - as usual.
Wheeler: This better be good.
Gaia: I'm afraid it's very bad.
[turns on the Planet Vision]
Gaia: Argos Bleak is harpooning everything in sight that has a dorsal fin. That nurse shark is *not* a man-eater. It's *afraid* of people.
Linka: [as he raises what he harpooned, sees the carcasses of others he already hung on the boat's side] Apparently with good reason.
Gaia: Those sharks weren't dangerous. And they don't stand a chance against Bleak's hunting gear.
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