Jason (David Hoflin), Brett (Jeffrey Walker) and the kids from Orca find a spaceship buried beneath the sand in the badlands on Neri’s (Marzena Godecki) tropical island.
Linda (Joelene Crnogorac) is shocked to find Andrew (Eamonn Kelly) is now in a wheelchair but then finally understands what has been happening when Andrew leaps into the water to save his father (P
Dr Claude Belgon (Helmut Bakaitis) watches from the shadows as Jasper Morello (Joel Edgerton) is attacked by the creature they discover on the island.
As Jasper Morello (Joel Edgerton) reflects on the navigational error which resulted in a man’s death and may have cost Jasper his career, his wife Amelia (Jude Beaumont) hands him the letter assign
Max (Robert Peschel) and Paul (Luke Carroll) upset Mr Fish (Mark Mitchell) by playing percussion music in his foyer, but when Lotis the lift opens her doors and a noisy Chinese dragon called Peter
Rocky the frill necked Lizard observes and records the activities of the humans, or ‘two footers’, commentating throughout each Lift off episode.
Poss (Erin Pratten) and Kim (Maria Nguyen) go into the lift, which is personified as Lotis, an artificial intelligence that talks to the children and can take them anywhere.
Poss (Erin Pratten) is astonished when the spruikers from the ‘Bonza’ cereal TV advertisement come right out of the TV set and into the living room.
This is the animated opening sequence, with the Lift Off series theme song followed by the episode theme song That’s Not Fair sung by the puppet Backsaks, complaining abou
Bronson (Rodney McLennan) knows there is something weird about the outside loo, but no one believes him. Finally he heads outside to the spooky toilet alone in the dark.