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Episodes 4

September 10, 2001

Tantor drinks some water from the river and gets ill. While Terk tries to save Tantor, Tarzan, Jane, and Archimedes try to go upstream to find out just what's poisoning the river. Along the way, they loose their boat and later get captured by a group of natives who think they are the ones who poisoned the river.

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September 11, 2001

Archimedes and Jane figure out that it's a mine that's poisoning the river and that Tarzan and the native warrior are in trouble. Meanwhile, Tantor (who has recovered) and Terk are on the search for Tarzan and they all meet up after a crazy adventure when Archimedes and Jane impersonate mine inspectors...

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September 13, 2001

The Professor eagerly awaits the arrival of a Professor Doyle. Upon arrival, all are surprised to find that he's... a she? Professor Robin Doyle had come to Africa to study Keewazi's tribe with the Professor. While they study, they find some of the older men to have quite startling ages (from 500 to 700), and learn about a great fountain. Professor, who feels he's too old for Robin (he likes her), secretly sets forth to find this fountain.

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October 8, 2001

Tarzan and Jane attend a Waziri wedding (Basuli and his betrothed). Jane is startled at the Waziri custom for the groom to complete a challenge before he is alowed to wed, and she accidentally causes an upset between Basuli's fiance Naoh and Kewazi, the chief. Meanwhile, Tarzan accompanies Basuli on his quest to find an eagle's feather (from a specific eagle), but a lot of accidents happen along the way. Basuli claims that fate is against them, but Tarzan suspects sabotage. So while they are fighting their way to the eagle's mountain, Jane is back at the village trying to patch things up between Naoh and the chief. The story is basically about the importace of tradition vs. the importance of one's personal values, morals and desires.

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