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Mick and Joey Barrett are brothers who like to spend their time surfing. However, it doesn't pay the bills, so they offer their services to whoever needs it and occasionally get involved with all sort of adventures. In the first season, they worked primarily for Gordon, a man who used to work for the government and who's the godfather to the daughters of numerous important individuals. So occasionally, one of his god-daughters is in trouble, or someone he knew from days of government service needs something done, so he sends Mick and Joey to help them and he occasionally leaves a detail which usually involve danger, because of this they are reluctant to do the job most of the time but in the end they always do the job. In the second season, they own a surf shop in Santa Monica, and they run into people who need help or someone they know needs their help. During the third season, they closed their surf shop and were offered a job by an old friend of Mick's, who's a bail-bondsman in ... Written by
This show was part of my high school memories and I miss it. I used to stay up late at night and watch it while I was supposed to be sleeping for school the next morning, because it came on on Sunday. I loved the interaction between Yannick and Rick. I'm a big beach lover so the fact that the show was set on the beach was a big plus for me as well. I saw a few episodes from every season and the show got better as it went on. I watched Yannick transform from the half mullet beach boy into the savvy young player. As you can tell, I'm very nostalgic about the show and I wish like crazy that they would come out with a DVD of each of the seasons. I would absolutely buy all of them.
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