Jabberjaw (1976–1978)
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The Great Shark Switch 

Hoping to capture the nation's leaders and rule the undersea lands, Commander Shark boards an ocean liner and kidnaps the Ambassador of Aquatania. Since the Neptunes were aboard the ship at... See full summary »

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Hoping to capture the nation's leaders and rule the undersea lands, Commander Shark boards an ocean liner and kidnaps the Ambassador of Aquatania. Since the Neptunes were aboard the ship at the time, they are accused of the kidnapping and are ordered to return the Ambassador or go to prison. Written by Anonymous

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23 October 1976 (USA)  »

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24 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Oh, okay.

This was the exchange between Shelly and the arresting officer for the kidnapping of the Ambassador of Aquitania, who accused the Neptunes of aiding the villainous Shark in said abduction.

What resulted is Shelly and Clamhead being transformed into grey sharks.

The story began with the Neptunes having to pay for their voyage, since Biff lost the tickets, by working in the kitchen. Jabberjaw had to mop the floors, using himself as the mop. Go figure.

Songs in this episode included There's a Mountain To Climb and You Gotta Believe In Love.

The Shark displayed the voice akin to Boris Karloff.

Classics.


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