SeaQuest 2032 (1993–1996)
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To Be or Not to Be 

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... See full summary »

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Capt. Marilyn Stark
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Bobby
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Maxwell
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The Professor (as W. Morgan Sheppard)
Rebecca Stanley ...
Aunt Jenny
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Cmdr. Williams (as Justine Arlin)
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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. Written by Brian Barjenbruch

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Capt. Nathan Bridger: I want this boat stopped, right now!
Commander Jonathan Ford: That's impossible, sir. Once we break port, we're commited to the Channel. This isn't exactly a rowboat.
Capt. Nathan Bridger: I know what it is, Commander, I designed the damned thing.
Commander Jonathan Ford: If the Captain would like, I could arrange to have a launch craft shuttle you back to Pearl once we hit open water.
Capt. Nathan Bridger: The Captain would like!
Commander Jonathan Ford: Yes, sir.
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Good middle-of-the-road science fiction show
31 August 2004 | by (Adelaide, Australia) – See all my reviews

This used to be on at 7:30 Sundays in the mid-90's, it saved me from countless hours of tedium during weekly visits to my grandparents for dinner every Sunday.

Seaquest created the underwater near-future world quite well, it had interesting stories and good actors, notably Roy Schieder, the second in command (also seen in "Seven Days") and the guy from 21 Jump Street. The show never really recovered after Schieder left although I'm sure they did their best under the circumstances.

Seaquest DSV was a show that was easy to like and one of the few deep sea-related shows around (there's not too many movies either). There was even a Seaquest DSV game on the Super Nintendo, brought back pleasant memories at the time.


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