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Agent Jake Shelby (Character)
from "Ocean Girl" (1994)

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Jake Shelby

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  1. "Ocean Girl"
        - The Queen (1997) TV episode, Played by Mark Neal
        - The Blood Test (1997) TV episode, Played by Mark Neal
        - The Ice Melts (1997) TV episode, Played by Mark Neal
        - The Countdown (1997) TV episode, Played by Mark Neal
        - Before the Countdown (1997) TV episode, Played by Mark Neal
          (18 more)

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From "Ocean Girl: Cheat (#4.11)" (1997)
Dr. Laviche: Actual verbal language is less important than the physiological data we need to compile. The subject's highly economical use of oxygen, for example. Her ability to communicate with whales.
Agent Jake Shelby: That's all very well from a medical point of view. We need to question the subject. We need names, dates, facts...
Dr. Laviche: Yes, in due course. But first, we must address ourselves to the biological and commercial possibilities inherent in the specimen.
Richter: Commercial possibilities?
Dr. Laviche: We may be able to splice some of the specimens characteristics onto the DNA of human lifeforms. If PRAXIS had exclusive rights to such a process...
Richter: Good. Very good. A good point.
Agent Elly Hauser: Neri is not a specimen, Doctor. She's a living, compassionate being. And as for splicing and grafting her DNA...
Agent Jake Shelby: You're out of line, Hauser.
Agent Elly Hauser: I don't care if...
Richter: But I do, Agent. It means you're becoming personally involved in the investigation.
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