This episode involves the testing of a new air mixture that will allow a submarine to go to the "bottom of the sea" literally! A brash, news hogging, admiral and his aide, along with his ... See full summary »

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Admiral Nelson
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This episode involves the testing of a new air mixture that will allow a submarine to go to the "bottom of the sea" literally! A brash, news hogging, admiral and his aide, along with his assistant all successfully make the first tests in a diving bell. Then it is time for the Seaview to follow suit. Only then does the real fun begin! Written by Silly_ol_Bear

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12 April 1965 (USA)  »

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The monster on the bottom of the sea is the same monster from an episode of season 1 "Lost in Space". See more »

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Bentley Falk...his name will be HUGE!!!
7 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Admiral Bentley Falk (J.D. Cannon) is a terrible person, but no one yet realizes it. He's a grandstander who adores the spotlight and press and has been taking credit for one of his assistants' work on ultra- deep dives. Falk's plan, ultimately, is to prove this system works and use it on the Seaview...but Admiral Nelson has his doubts about Falk and his scheme.

This is a decent episode because it focuses on human nature...or at least the worst aspects of it. However, the episode ALSO re-uses a monster used previously and this is a bit sloppy. Still, despite this, Falk's character as well as his lackey (Alvy Moore) are very compelling and make this one worth seeing.


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