Unfortunately there is an impostor in the midst, for on one dark day my hands stumbled upon Mee-Shee, who bore a stunning resemblance to Orky, the lake monster from elementary school standard Magic in the Water. Behold!
This is Orky. Orky lives in a Canadian lake, and has deep spiritual ties to the Native Americans living on shore. He made his debut in 1995, and needs Parental Guidance when viewed.
This is Mee-Shee. I've never seen Mee-Shee, but through careful and care-free detective work I've learned that Mee-Shee lives in a Canadian lake, and has deep spiritual ties to the Native Americans living on shore. He was released to the public in 2005, a whole ten years after Orky.
One Ogopogo movie representation is bad enough, but when another comes along a decade after, with an even lamer name it's clearly a sign that sea creature movies are back in vogue. Loch Ness Monster movie The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep came out a mere two years after Mee-Shee, with a just terrible knock-off The Secret of Loch Ness two years after that.
Enough, beasts! You've had your fun. Go back to swimming around, freaking out little kids, and eating freshwater fish on your own time.
- Eric T. Voigt, No Tolerance for Water Punks