Early Life Edit
Physical Appearance Edit
Tan skin, bald head, slim figure, and black eyes. Being head of the military force, he dons said uniform.
Admiral Harrison is a no-nonsense type of soldier. He is willing to get his job done and grows irritated quick when others do not follow their jobs (in his eyes). Harrison also has little regard for others, especially those different than him. This is evident when the admiral was willing to do whatever it took to extract what he needed from a mermaid’s (Donna) blood with little to no regard as to how it would effect her health.
Throughout the Series Edit
He approaches Aldon Decker about the sea creature that was caught. He is disbelieving until he sees with his own eyes that it is indeed a mermaid. He has Decker experiment on Donna and test her DNA with rats. Concerned with nothing but results, he orders that Decker do whatever it takes to keep the program on track and keep Donna alive.
His crew eventually followed Decker to where the North Star motorboat was, aware that merfolk were there somewhere. Decker had contradicted him; saying that his crew did not underestimate the merpeople, but he had.
Admiral Harrison's Relationships Edit
|“||I've been getting reports that you've been here at all hours, that you have lost your professional attachment.||”|
|— Harrison about Donna's escape|
Although Admiral Harrison doesn’t interact with Donna much at all, he was still her enemy. Harrison made Aldon Decker treat Donna like a test subject. The admiral also made Decker and the rest of the scientists torture and experiment on Donna being she was a mermaid. However, the admiral and Donna don’t interact again once she escapes the military facility she was being held hostage in. The admiral is frustrated and angered with his employees when they cannot find Donna again.
Season 1 Edit
|“||And you're sure this is what you think it is?||”|
|— To Aldon Decker after Donna was successfully detained|
|“||The only thing I'm concerned about is results, Doctor. You'll have to do whatever it takes to keep this program on track, and keep her alive.||”|
|— Harrison to Decker, refusing to acknowledge Donna's agony and pain of being repeatedly experimented on.|
|“||I doubt the families of the people she killed will be satisfied with that explanation.||”|
|— Harrison to Decker about the extensive damage Donna had caused upon her escape|
|“||So it was personal. You didn't want to let her die.||”|
|— Harrison to Decker about Donna|
|“||Well, the only progress I've seen is that we know they can transform which poses a whole, new security threat: They could be living among us.||”|
|— To Aldon Decker about mermaids, and his fear of their natural ability to take on complete human form|
Season 2 Edit
|Interview With a Mermaid||Appears|
|On the Road||Appears|
|Curse of the Starving Glass||Appears|
|Dead in the Water||N/A|
Season Two Edit
- It is unknown as to what became of him after Decker's death.
- There is a possibility that he was the one responsible for retrieving Decker's body and replacing Decker with Nicole.