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"SeaQuest 2032" (1993) More at IMDbPro »"Seaquest DSV" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: To Be or Not to Be

12 September 1993
Captain Nathan Bridger is hauled out of retirement to command the new submarine SeaQuest, under the authority of the United Earth/Oceans Organization. His ship goes up against pirate forces commanded by Marilyn Stark, a former SeaQuest captain who tried to instigate a war.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Stephanie Beacham ... Dr. Kristin Westphalen

Stacy Haiduk ... Lt. Cmdr. Katherine Hitchcock

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

John D'Aquino ... Lt. Benjamin Krieg

Royce D. Applegate ... Chief Manilow Crocker

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Shelley Hack ... Capt. Marilyn Stark

Scott Coffey ... Bobby

Eric DaRe ... Maxwell

William Morgan Sheppard ... The Professor (as W. Morgan Sheppard)
Rebecca Stanley ... Aunt Jenny

Justine Shapiro ... Cmdr. Williams (as Justine Arlin)

Michael Parks ... George Le Chein

Richard Herd ... Admiral Noyce
Clark Heathcliff Brolly ... Renegade Sensor Chief (as Clark Brolly)

Mark Fauser ... Weapons Officer Phillips

Dan Hildebrand ... Helmsman
John Schafer ... Pollack

Brad Hunt ... Le Chein Guard
Michelle Holden ... Earthcast Anchor
Brenda Siemer Scheider ... Carol Bridger (as Brenda King)
Bruce Klassen ... Ensign
Buckley Norris ... Territorial Governor
Michelle Sullivan ... Crew Member

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Michael Zurich ... Renegade Sensor #2

Ksenia Prohaska ... Serbian (uncredited)

Stephen Silberkraus ... Brazilian Refugee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The Devil's Window

19 September 1993
Captain Bridger must decide whether to continue assisting Dr. Raleigh Young with his hydrothermal vent experiments or help the ailing Darwin.

Season 1, Episode 2: Treasure of the Mind

26 September 1993
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.

Season 1, Episode 3: Games

3 October 1993
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.

Season 1, Episode 4: Treasures of the Tonga Trench

9 October 1993
Lt. Krieg, while out on a short reconnaissance mission, locates mysterious gems in a deep ocean trench guarded by a large sea creature.

Season 1, Episode 5: Brothers and Sisters

17 October 1993
The Sea Quest crew is on its way to demolish an abandoned munitions plant. As they get closer they realize it isn't abandoned at all, there are six children trapped inside. One of the children is sick and needs to be transported to the ship right away, while the oldest boy is very hesitant to leave and runs off. Lucas is thrilled to have others his age on the boat and gets to show the oldest girl on a tour of the ship. Bridger must juggle keeping the two youngest boys out of his hair while trying to help Commander Ford get the last child out of the compound before it collapses. He also has to deliver solemn news to the children concerning their parents.

Season 1, Episode 6: Give Me Liberte

24 October 1993
The Captian and crew are at risk after being exposed to biological contamination that killed the crew of an underwater facility. Contamination came from a downed French space station called Liberte, found on the ocean floor.

Season 1, Episode 7: Knight of Shadows

31 October 1993
When Bridger is hurled across his quarters by an unknown force, it leads the seaQuest to find a hundred-year-old sunken ship where the spirits of those who perished there haunt its ancient hull, one of which possesses Dr. Westphalen.

Season 1, Episode 8: Bad Water

7 November 1993
A French submarine with school children has been sucked into a fresh water hole, sea quest rushes to save them before their air runs out.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Regulator

21 November 1993
The regulator (a traider) kidnaps Darwin after a visit to sea quest, the regulator wants to find the centre of the universe and tries to use Darwin to find it

Season 1, Episode 10: SeaWest

28 November 1993
SeaQuest investigates an undersea mining facility after receiving a distress signal. Once they arrive, everything seems fine until they hear from one miner that it's not. The miner turns out to be the mine owner. The mine is not under UEO's jurisdiction, but they find they must help out even though doing so puts the crew in a dangerous situation.

Season 1, Episode 11: Photon Bullet

19 December 1993
Lucas, dissatisfied with his job, is invited to stay with a group of IT workers - who moonlight as hackers stealing money for humanitarian purposes - and their charismatic leader.

Season 1, Episode 12: Better Than Martians

2 January 1994
When the first manned mission to Mars, led by a personal friend of Bridget's, crashes into the ocean near a southeast Asian confederation after returning to Earth, the seaQuest races to rescue the survivors while the confederation rushes to retrieve the astronauts first.

Season 1, Episode 13: Nothing But the Truth

9 January 1994
While operating on a skeleton crew the Seaquest is taken over by terrorists who want to use the computer access to steal codes to polluters around the world.

Season 1, Episode 14: Greed for a Pirate's Dream

16 January 1994
After gaining advance knowledge of volcanic attack, SeaQuest needs to convince treasure hunters to cease excavations, or die trying.

Season 1, Episode 15: Whale Song

6 February 1994
Bridger is instructed to go after someone who sinking whaling ships. He refuses because he doesn't support whaling so he resigns. But he later finds out who is doing it; an old friend, so he returns and goes after him.

Season 1, Episode 16: The Stinger

20 February 1994
Several companies compete to develop a single-seated submersible. Lucas, while testing "The Stinger", is injured during an accident and the submersible is stolen by a competitor.

Season 1, Episode 17: Hide and Seek

27 February 1994
The crew dreams of Darwin including an evil dictator named Tezlof (Shatner). Tezlof comes aboard to get help for his son from Darwin.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Last Lap at Luxury

20 March 1994
While attending a conference at an underwater resort, several leaders including Lucas are kidnapped. The kidnapping is used as an excuse for a coup d'état by the head of the UEO.

Season 1, Episode 19: Abalon

1 May 1994
While testing a new deep-sea dive suit, Commander Ford sees a mermaid.

Season 1, Episode 20: Such Great Patience

8 May 1994
While exploring an underwater earthquake, the Seaquest discovers an alien spaceship that has been buried for close to 1 million years.

Season 1, Episode 21: The Good Death

15 May 1994
The Seaquest inadvertently fires on a sub carrying children. During the rescue a few crew members end up in an evil dictator's country, on the run from the government which is trying to kill the children.

Season 1, Episode 22: Higher Power

22 May 1994
An emotional time is at hand as the seaQuest's tour of duty comes to an end; Chief Crocker faces his retirement and the end of his marriage, Commanders Ford and Hitchcock are offered the same command, and Captain Bridger and Dr. Westphalen begin a romantic relationship. Most emotional of all is Lucas who realizes that his father is hardly a part of his life anymore. However, when the Earth's crust begins to crack open underneath his father's power plant, the world is threatened by an unstoppable rise in ocean temperature which will melt the polar caps. With lava seeping into the sea, Bridger must sacrifice the seaQuest in order to save the world.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Daggers

18 September 1994
The crew of the the newly rebuilt SeaQuest must deal with a hostage crisis at a UEO prison colony, where genetically engineered soldiers have risen up against their captors.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Rosalind Allen ... Dr. Wendy Smith

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Kathy Evison ... Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood

Sam Sorbo ... Mariah (as Sam Jenkins)
Jesse Doran ... General Francis Gideon Thomas
Spike Alexander ... Joseph
Philip Tanzini ... David

Larry Brandenburg ... DeNado

William deVry ... Matthew
Kim Faze ... Sarah
Kelle McDonald ... Cindy
Kurt Smildsin ... UEO Guard
Walter Hook ... Space Force General

Rus Blackwell ... Reynolds

Terry Allen Jones ... Guard with Reynolds
George Wilson ... General Frasier

Dennis Neal ... Military Police Guard
Chick Benjamin ... Military Police Guard #2

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)

Jim Grimshaw ... Admiral

Avis-Marie Barnes ... Peace Officer
Bob Hite ... Anchor Person

Lehua Reid ... Crew Person
Daniel Burke ... UEO Guard on Monitor
Dennis Bove ... Extra (uncredited)
Riley DeLuise ... Baby GELF (uncredited)

David Spates ... UEO Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Fear That Follows

25 September 1994
A group of aliens accept Bridger's invitation to board SeaQuest and make their first contact with the human race.

Season 2, Episode 3: Sympathy for the Deep

2 October 1994
Seaquest gets called to a normally peaceful colony that is now experiencing mass hysteria and violence. Once Seaquest arrives, the same thing starts happening to the crew.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Rosalind Allen ... Dr. Wendy Smith

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Kathy Evison ... Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood
Darwin ... Darwin

Mimi Kuzyk ... Laura Huxley

Robert Foxworth ... Royce Shelton

Bill Welter ... Jim Huxley

Keith Hudson ... Tyler

Steve Howard ... Enriquez
Carla Capps ... Arrival Hostess
Matt Davison ... Richard Huxley
Patti Harshey ... Baritone Singer

Tim Powell ... Colony Man
Marty Stonerock ... Woman

Leesa Castaneda ... Desperate Woman

Donn Lamkin ... Waiter
Christopher Miles ... Manager (as Chris Miles)

Thomas R. Martin ... Bridger's Son (as Thomas Martin)

Jennifer Sky ... Shop Girl
Bill Cordell ... Colonist
Butch Brickell ... Looter #1

Jim Vickers ... Looter #2

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Amanda Davison ... Amy Huxley

Lee Dawson ... Lab Tech
April McCarrick Brunning ... Bridge crew (as April McCarrick)
Tom Pearce ... Crew / Colonist

Chad Bonsack ... Crazy Kid (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Vapors

9 October 1994
A budding romance starts between the doctor and the captain, as well as O'Neill and Henderson. While on shore leave, Piccolo has some family troubles with his parents.

Season 2, Episode 5: Playtime

23 October 1994
Seaquest travels through an underwater black hole to 200 years in the future. Once there they discover a super computer who created the black hole to bring them to the future to help save the last two people on earth.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Sincerest Form of Flattery

13 November 1994
A malfunctioning A.I. sub begins firing on civilian targets. Seaquest is sent to track it down and destroy it. During the fight it is determined that the sub is using Captain Bridger's mental profile for its A.I. logic.

Season 2, Episode 7: By Any Other Name

20 November 1994
Seaquest receives a mayday from an underwater agricultural station. Upon arrival they find the station empty of the crew. Once back on board the flowers Henderson picked suddenly grow and begin attacking the ship.

Season 2, Episode 8: When We Dead Awaken

27 November 1994
Brody's Mom, who has been in cryofreeze for years, emerges and is targeted by someone trying to kill her for a crime she witnessed in the past.

Season 2, Episode 9: Special Delivery

11 December 1994
Dagwood is accused and convicted of murder, but it's a case of mistaken identity.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Rosalind Allen ... Dr. Wendy Smith

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Kathy Evison ... Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood
Darwin ... Darwin
Ian Sullivan ... Dr. Wilhelm Brown
Pat Carlin ... Nun
Karen E. Fraction ... Baker (as Karen Fraction)

David Silverthorn ... Dagwood's Attorney
Leroy Mitchell Jr. ... The Judge
Steve Raulerson ... Desk Clerk

Brittany Snow ... Young Girl

Elizabeth Fendrick ... Mother of Young Girl
Tim Goodwin ... Waiter
Christina Ritzi ... Woman in Bar (as Christina Fetters)
Mikki Scanlon ... Sheila (as Mikki McKeever)

Jim R. Coleman ... Various Voice (voice)

Paul Hungerford ... Ferris Wheel Operator
Nancy Barber ... Anchorperson
Russ Wheeler ... Jury Foreman

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
April McCarrick Brunning ... Bridge crew (as April McCarrick)

Douglas H. Pritchard ... Orchestra Musician - Dream Sequence (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Dead End

18 December 1994
One of the launches receives a distress call while returning to Seaquest. While responding to the call the launch is sucked into an underwater cave where they find another scientist who has been trapped for days.

Season 2, Episode 11: Meltdown

8 January 1995
A massive prehistoric crocodile is released from its icy tomb when extensive undersea farming and mining cause the temperature of the South Atlantic to rise.

Season 2, Episode 12: Lostland

15 January 1995
The Seaquest finds an ancient helmet from the lost city of Atlantis. Once brought on board the helmet begins to have strange effects on the crew who come in contact with it.

Season 2, Episode 13: And Everything Nice

22 January 1995
Lucas falls head over heals for a woman he meets at a bar, but it turns out she has nefarious plans to use Lucas. She is only using Lucas to help her father take control of the Seaquest.

Season 2, Episode 14: Dream Weaver

19 February 1995
Seaquest tracks a comet that crashes into the ocean. The comet sinks but an alien life force emerges and begins to engulf Seaquest. Eventually the alien takes over one of the crew and begins searching for another of its kind.

Season 2, Episode 15: Alone

26 February 1995
A rogue psychic with tremendous powers targets UEO officials. Eventually all psychics are rounded up and placed in concentration camps. Wendy who is the only hope of stopping the psychic is also targeted by both the psychic and the UEO.

Season 2, Episode 16: Watergate

5 March 1995
While en-route to a USO concert with a singer on board the crew encounters some strange mythological spirits. Once they arrive at the island, they discover it to be a very large pyramid. Within the pyramid they find the spirit of Neptune.

Season 2, Episode 17: Something in the Air

19 March 1995
The Seaquest is called to an underwater research station that has discovered an ancient mysterious ark. Once the ark is opened an evil spirit is released which begins to infect and attack the researchers.

Season 2, Episode 18: Dagger Redux

2 April 1995
O'Neill, unhappy with his work decides to resign and devotes himself to painting. Mariah, the dagger who led the uprising, is approached by a man who wants her to do something. And what she does is come on to O'Neill and makes him give her information about the SeaQuest.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Rosalind Allen ... Dr. Wendy Smith

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Kathy Evison ... Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood
Darwin ... Darwin

Sam Sorbo ... Mariah (as Sam Jenkins)

Luca Bercovici ... The Marauder

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Dana Tyson ... Dinah

Brett Rice ... UEO Guard

Paul Darby ... Doctor

Dean Cudworth ... Another Guard
Richard Casey ... Old Man
Danny Gil ... Pilot

Pete Penuel ... Man

Jim Vickers ... Medic
Brian Ward ... Security UEO Guard

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Jerry Billups ... Prison Guard
April McCarrick Brunning ... Bridge crew (as April McCarrick)
Mike Agresta ... Diplomat 3 (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Michael A. Xynidis ... Bridge Crew / Commando / White-haired Alien (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Siamese Dream

30 April 1995
Dagwood and Piccolo have a strange shared dream, but the dream is only a means to an end for an evil psychic who wants to board Seaquest and steal some material.

Season 2, Episode 20: Splashdown

21 May 1995
Seaquest is transported to another planet after responding to a message from Commander Scott Keller. Once there they get involved with a civil war and a possible fight to the finish.

Season 2, Episode 21: Blindsided

13 September 1995
Piccolo's ex-cell-mate lures Tony into an escape plan. During the botched escape they crash into the jungle where an experimental cloaking warrior attacks them and the rescue crew sent from Seaquest.

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Rosalind Allen ... Dr. Wendy Smith (credit only)

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill (credit only)

Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz

Kathy Evison ... Helmswoman Lonnie Henderson

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood
Darwin ... Darwin (credit only)

Leif Riddell ... Eddie

Juan Fernández ... Ilich Ramirez Colon (as Juan Fernandez)

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Hank Stone ... Cellmate

Scott Coyote ... Plane Guard (as Scotty Coyote)
Marty Connell ... Co-Pilot
April McCarrick Brunning ... Bridge crew (as April McCarrick)
Dorian Field ... Helmswoman Tyler (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Brave New World

20 September 1995
Seaquest and its crew reappear on earth 10 years after disappearing. The crew has no memory of what happened to them, but their skills and boat are still needed to stop a power hungry President of a new alliance.

Season 3, Episode 2: In the Company of Ice and Profit

27 September 1995
The Seaquest gets involved in a businessman's scheme to use refugees and an iceberg to further his financial and political gains. Ben Krieg makes a return as one of the refugees and Dagwood becomes an official member of the crew.

Season 3, Episode 3: Smoke on the Water

11 October 1995
Seaquest is called to investigate missing undersea haulers. Leading the investigation is the Captains ex-fiancé which causes some tension on-board. Dagwood meets other Daggers during the investigation and considers staying with them.

Season 3, Episode 4: Destination Terminal

18 October 1995
Three members of the crew take a ride on the maiden voyage of an under water high speed train. During the trip a saboteur tries to discredit the new technology by causing an overload in the trains speed.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks (credit only)

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood (credit only)

Tim DeKay ... Lawrence Deon
Cameron Thor ... Dumont
Ralph Wilcox ... Mason Freeman

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Leroy Mitchell Jr. ... Barkeeper
Bob Hite ... Martin Majors

Kristian Truelsen ... Technician
George Colangelo ... Passenger

Sheri Cook ... Young Girl
Shelly Bovert Hyde-White ... Bridge Crew
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)

Vincent Flood ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
John G. Rice Jr. ... Crewmember (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Nigerian Diplomat (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Chains of Command

1 November 1995
A rogue admiral launches an unprovoked attacked on a Macronesia colony. Seaquest is dispatched to the site of the launch which is commanded by the captains former commanding officer.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood

Wanda De Jesus ... Commander Pamela Lopez (as Wanda De Jesús)

Bernie Casey ... Admiral Vanalden

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath

Andy Stahl ... General Stassi (as Andrew Stahl)
James Crittenden ... Commander Daltrey

Leesa Castaneda ... Mara
Gary Bristow ... Lieutenant Abrams
Peter Paul DeLeo ... Soldier / Guard
Shelly Bovert Hyde-White ... Bridge Crew
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)
Mitchell Dean ... Vanalden's Soldier (uncredited)

Vincent Flood ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
John G. Rice Jr. ... Rowdy Militant (uncredited)
Michael Richartz ... Rebel UEO Soldier (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Spindrift

8 November 1995
Henderson is captured and put on trial by Macronesia while rescuing children from a disabled vessel. Once found guilty and sentenced to death some members of Seaquest attempt an unsanctioned rescue attempt.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks (credit only)

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood (credit only)

Michael York ... President Alexander Bourne

Trevor St. John

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath

Andy Stahl ... General Armand Stassi (as Andrew Stahl)
Karen E. Fraction ... Dr. Perry (as Karen Fraction)
Roger Pretto ... Vocar
Holly Butler ... Bethmay (as Holly Ann Butler)
Crew Preston ... Jackben

Robert Catrini ... Chief Customs Agent
Jack Harrell ... Chief Justice

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)
Jeff Standard ... Alliance soldier

Vincent Flood ... D. Flores / Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Russell Sanderlin Sr. ... Michael Yorks Body Guard (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)
Michael A. Xynidis ... Bridge Crew / Commando / White-haired Alien (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Equilibrium

15 November 1995
Seaquest goes up against Bridger over an ecological problem that Seaquest created 12 years ago. Bridger believes the problem with solve itself, but Lucas has a different opinion.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood

Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Karen E. Fraction ... Dr. Perry (as Karen Fraction)
Peggy O'Neal ... Dr. Johansen

Robert Small ... UEO Surgeon General
Eric Miles ... McGath's Aide

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)
Jeff Standard ... Bridge Crew

Vincent Flood ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Craig Greca ... Doctor (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Michael Allen Taylor ... Medical Technician (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Resurrection

6 December 1995
Max Scully returns, this time as a leader of an underwater colony, but his intentions are far from noble. With the help of Elan Morse, Seaquest tries to stop Scully from detonating a large nuclear waste dump.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Michael DeLuise ... Warrant Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood

Jonathan Banks ... Maximillian Scully

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath

Patricia Charbonneau ... Elaine Morse
Dan Matisa ... Tyler
Kathy Alzado Murray ... Holo Woman (as Kathy Alzado)
Pauline Locsin ... Ecotopian

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)
Joy Christino ... Ecotopian (uncredited)
Craig Greca ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)
Cassidy McMillan ... Ecotopian Student (uncredited)

Jim O'Rear ... Crewman (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Good Soldiers

20 December 1995
Bridger returns to retrieve some experimental data from years ago that was done on GELFs. Once the data is retrieved he leaves it up to Dagwoood to decide the information's fate.

Season 3, Episode 10: Second Chance

27 December 1995
A reactor accident sends seaQuest back in time to an alternate 1962, where the Cuban Missile Crisis turned to nuclear war. The only chance to put things right again is to travel further back in time and prevent the first shots from being fired.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Michael DeLuise ... Warrant Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood

Terence Knox ... Commander Michael VanCamp

Brittany Murphy ... Christine VanCamp
Karen E. Fraction ... Dr. Perry (as Karen Fraction)
Kathy Poling ... Ellen VanCamp
Dorothy Keller ... Christine (Senior)

Paul Vroom ... Lieutenant Commander Trask
Hank Stone ... Marine Sergeant

Lee Dawson ... Ross (as Lee Miller Dawson)

Chris Edgerly ... Ross' Friend

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)

Christopher E. Hadley
Jason Paul Lawrence ... Bridge Crew Member (as Jason Lawrence)
Debbie Lane ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crew (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Brainlock

12 January 1996
On the eve of the signing of the new UEO charter, President Alexander Bourne and Larry Deon conspire to gain control of Lieutenant Fredericks' psyche-implant in order to program her to assassinate Secretary General McGath and cripple the UEO beyond repair.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody

Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood

Michael York ... President Alexander Bourne

Tim DeKay ... Lawrence Deon

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Ralph Wilcox ... Mason Freeman

Tom Nowicki ... Dr. Slaussen
Michael Deeg ... Noonan
Christopher Miles ... Nichols (as Chris Miles)

Nancy Duerr ... Session Speaker
Oscar Corbella ... Chilean Representative
Phyllis Fludd White ... Chad Delegate
Sean Mahabir ... South American Delegate

Bryan Friday ... Waiter
Michelle T. Carter ... Reporter #1 (as Michele T. Carter)

Steve Howard ... Reporter #2

Anita Endsley ... Reporter / UEO Charter Member
Jeff Standard ... Sub pilot in bar
Lloyd L. Corricelli ... McGath's Security Officer (uncredited)
Russell Sanderlin Sr. ... Michael York's Body Guard (uncredited)
Ken Stricker ... UEO Security Guard (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Reunion

28 January 1996
On a diplomatic mission, Henderson discovers that her former love is now a prisoner and forced to work as slave labour. She also finds that Mason Freeman, Larry Deon's hired gun, is also a prisoner. When the two of them instigate a prison break and steal a submarine, they capture a UEO science outpost and hold the science team hostage.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Michael DeLuise ... Warrant Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks (credit only)

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood

Dennis Christopher ... Ambassador Dillington
John H. Brennan ... Jason Pardee
Ralph Wilcox ... Mason Freeman
James Ritz ... Jeremiah
Gil Lazier ... Professor Kaplan
George Wilson ... Admiral
Kristy Eisenberg ... Escort (as Kristy K. Eisenberg)
Rick Tempesta ... Guard
Drew Palmer ... Second Guard

Steve Arroyo ... Armed Guard
Mitchell Dean ... Freeman's Henchman

Christopher Carrington ... Ensign (uncredited)

Vincent Flood ... D. Flores / Bridge Crew (uncredited)

Marc Macaulay ... Mason's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)
Michael A. Xynidis ... Bridge Crew / Commando / White-haired Alien (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Weapons of War

9 June 1996
As seaQuest patrols a free trade zone between the UEO and Macronesia, Lieutenant O'Neill's online romance turns out to be a defector from an elusive Asian power known as the Chaodai, a power that attacks both the UEO and Macronesia with its impressive sub-fighter capability. In this final adventure, one member of SeaQuest's crew will not live to see another day.

Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson

Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak

Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford

Michael DeLuise ... Warrant Officer Tony Piccolo

Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill

Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson

Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks

Peter DeLuise ... Seaman Dagwood (credit only)

Julia Nickson ... Lieutenant Commander Heiko Kimura

Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Karen E. Fraction ... Dr. Perry (as Karen Fraction)
Traber Burns ... Captain John Corey
Jody Kiel ... Commander Vargas
David B. Fang Yuen ... Chaodai Pilot
Damon Preston ... Lost Boy

Vincent Flood ... D. Flores / Bridge Crew (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... Bridge Crewman (uncredited)

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