Flipper (1964–1967)
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The Ditching: Part 2 

While the plane's crew continue to try to get Sandy out from under the large crate that has him pinned, a county-wide search and rescue is on but the plane is like a pea in a great big ocean. Can Flipper help?

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While the plane's crew continue to try to get Sandy out from under the large crate that has him pinned, a county-wide search and rescue is on but the plane is like a pea in a great big ocean. Can Flipper help?

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The saga continues
15 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sandy is now trapped in the sinking plane, pinned under the crate that won't free him from the rising waters. Flipper sits by, helpless to do anything but watch his junior master getting into more and more trouble. But finally, Sandy has an idea. If they free Flipper into the ocean, he could bring back help!

Emotions are already running high at the beginning of the show, and as the show progresses it doesn't look like there's going to be a solution. Nobody can seem to find the plane and Flipper can't seem to convince anyone that there is danger.

I love Porter's emotions. He has to stay strong and in charge because he's searching in an official capacity, but this is his first born son, his own flesh and blood and it's almost overwhelming him. You can tell he's fighting back the tears. It breaks your heart! I found myself staring at the computer screen praying that Porter would just find his little boy!!!


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