One of the launches receives a distress call while returning to Seaquest. While responding to the call the launch is sucked into an underwater cave where they find another scientist who has been trapped for days.
Did You Know?
While Marcus Rawlings quip about it being too bad that they don't award the Nobel Prize posthumously is correct, it has been done twice before. From 1974, the Statutes of the Nobel Foundation stipulate that a Prize cannot be awarded posthumously, unless death has occurred after the announcement of the Nobel Prize. Before 1974, the Nobel Prize has only been awarded posthumously twice: to Dag Hammarskjöld (Nobel Peace Prize 1961) and Erik Axel Karlfeldt (Nobel Prize in Literature 1931). See more
Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson
Isn't there anything you want, Lucas? Something from the supplies? Everyone's dessert from the survival rations? Or... for me to be with you?
Be with me. Just hold me. Just help me get to sleep.