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SeaQuest season 1

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22 episodes (1065 views)

Air weekdate: Cast:Roy Scheider, Don Franklin, Jonathan Brandis, Kathy Evison, Elise Neal, Stephanie Beacham, Marco Sanchez, Michael DeLuise, Michael Ironside, Rosalind Allen, Ted Raimi, Edward Kerr, Peter DeLuise, John D'Aquino, Frank Welker, Royce D. Applegate, Stacy Haiduk Genre:Action, Adventure, Drama, Science-Fiction Channel:NBC Status:Ended

7.5 (26 votes)

Ocean engineering and its colonization in the middle of XXI century is finished even in the most unapproachable places. There were built factories and enterprises. Like in the common world with the development of the social relations the crime wave began in the depths of the ocean. In connection with this the United Earth Oceans organization is created, which has the experimental military submarine “SeaQuest” in its possession. According to the decision of the authority of the United Earth Oceans organization Nathan Bridger must become a Captain of “SeaQuest”. After his wife’s death Nathan distances himself from people on a desert island where he spends all days in the company of a trained dolphin Darwin. However after long negotiations and telling arguments of the authority Nathan takes the charge of the submarine and becomes a captain of the international crew. It consists of not only military officers but also of research scientists who are aimed at exploration of ocean floor and other uncharted things with which the crew may meet in its breath-taking adventures.

SeaQuest season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: The Devil's Window (air date: 1993-09-19)

Darwin falls ill and will die if no cure is found, but a visiting scientist on an important UEO project is unconcerned with the fate of a single dolphin.

Episode #2: Treasure of the Mind (air date: 1993-09-26)

When a preserved annexe of the Great Library of Alexandria is discovered, many nations send their fleets to lay claim to its treasures. The UEO orders Bridger to mediate the dispute and sends a team of ESP parapsychologists to help the negotiations.

Episode #3: Games (air date: 1993-10-03)

The crew of seaQuest rescue a warden and his only prisoner from beneath the ice cap. The prisoner escapes and reveals that he holds a deadly toxin which will be released unless the crew does as he says, which is launching the seaQuest's missiles against the UEO.

Episode #4: Treasures of the Tonga Trench (air date: 1993-10-09)

When Krieg brings back what he believes is a priceless gem, greed runs amok on the seaQuest. No one listens to his stories of sea monsters in the area, until one attacks the seaQuest.

Episode #5: Brothers and Sisters (air date: 1993-10-17)

The seaQuest discovers a group of children living in an old munitions facility on the sea floor and they must evacuate them, before, the structure collapses and unleashes a deadly explosion. Meanwhile, Lucas develops a crush on the teenage girl.

Episode #6: Give Me Liberté (air date: 1993-10-24)

When Commander Ford and other crew members are contaminated with a deadly virus from a downed space station, Captain Bridger finds himself fighting against the clock and a government cover-up to save them.

Episode #7: Knight of Shadows (air date: 1993-10-31)

When a small team from seaQuest board a ancient sunken ship in order to determine why it went down, they find themselves trapped in a series of very bizarre and supernatural events.

Episode #8: Bad Water (air date: 1993-11-07)

A hurricane threatens to prevent the rescue of a French sightseeing submarine which is stuck in a freshwater sink hole and running out of oxygen. When a team from the seaQuest are forced to the surface they must rely on each other to survive the storm.

Episode #9: The Regulator (air date: 1993-11-21)

When a vital component of seaQuest's air conditioning fails and regular channels fail, Krieg relies on a black market source called The Regulator. When Darwin disappears the seaQuest must track down the renegade who is seeking the meaning of life.

Episode #10: seaWest (air date: 1993-11-28)

Hitchcock goes into an underwater gold mining colony in order to investigate a distress signal and discovers that the original and rightful owner of the mine and his family are being held hostage by an outlaw and his thugs.

Episode #11: Photon Bullet (air date: 1993-12-19)

When Lucas visits a communications base populated by a group of young computer experts, a famous computer hacker, who now runs the Node, persuades Lucas to break into the World Bank and divert funds for humanitarian causes.

Episode #12: Better Than Martians (air date: 1994-01-02)

seaQuest is hurriedly dispatched to rescue a crew returning from a manned mission to Mars when their space capsule crash lands in the Atlantic Ocean, but the president of an militarised Asian federation wants them too for his own reasons.

Episode #13: Nothing But the Truth (air date: 1994-01-09)

While in the middle of an special experiment when only a skeleton crew is aboard, seaQuest is boarded by a group of commandos who are quickly able to take control of the ship.

Episode #14: Greed for a Pirate's Dream (air date: 1994-01-16)

When a top-secret UEO project shows the approach of a catastrophic volcanic eruption, the crew of seaQuest must convince treasure seekers on the island to abandon their lifelong search or face certain death.

Episode #15: Whale Song (air date: 1994-02-06)

A renegade sub is sinking whaling ships, which are in themselves illegal and against their moral judgement, the crew of seaQuest must stop the sub from its mission. Meanwhile, Krieg is on a mission of his own: to have a cheeseburger, despite red meat being outlawed.

Episode #16: The Stinger (air date: 1994-02-20)

In the lead up to an important demonstration, Lucas is knocked unconscious and the Stinger, seaQuest's prototype high speed sub, is stolen.

Episode #17: Hide and Seek (air date: 1994-02-27)

A Servo-Croat dictator takes Drs. Westphalen and Lansdowne hostage in order to gain entrance into seaQuest in the hopes of using the ship's technology to rehabilitate his autistic son.

Episode #18: The Last Lap at Luxury (air date: 1994-03-20)

At a summit conference, Lucas and group of UEO leaders are taken hostage, leaving the seaQuest crew to uncover a mysterious and complicated plot whilst searching for the hostages.

Episode #19: Abalon (air date: 1994-05-01)

Ford accidentally stumbles onto a colony of genetically altered humans, adapted by a scientist to live underwater.

Episode #20: Such Great Patience (air date: 1994-05-08)

Things threaten to go terribly wrong when the seaQuest crew discovers a million-year old spaceship. Their only hope is Darwin being the key to bridging the communications gap.

Episode #21: The Good Death (air date: 1994-05-15)

When the crew of seaQuest are tricked into torpedoing a refugee ship containing Westphalen's daughter, Dr. Westphalen, Ford, and Shan are trapped trying to save her.

Episode #22: Higher Power (air date: 1994-05-22)

A brand new power plant which is set to supply energy to the whole world goes wrong and there is a danger of the polar ice caps melting. Bridger decides he must sacrifice the seaQuest in order to save the world. Meanwhile, Lucas has a reunion of sorts with his father.

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