A parody of "Baywatch" featuring Malibu Adjacent's world-famous lifeguard, Notch Johnson.
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A parody of "Baywatch" featuring Malibu Adjacent's world-famous lifeguard, Notch Johnson.

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13 March 2000 (USA)  »

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The show was canceled unexpectedly after the 3rd season due to a management change at FX Networks. According to Howard Stern, the show was the #1 show on FX at the time, but a new program director decided to pull the show without warning. See more »

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Notch Johnson: How come I can't see your reflection in this mirror? Oh, I see..."Made in Taiwan".
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Referenced in Playboy: Inside the Playboy Mansion (2002) See more »

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1 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Excellent. Reminds me of Sledgehammer of the 80s, early Married With Children or perhaps Red Dwarf... contrived, crude, crass, self indulgent and unrepentant. It's perhaps easy to dismiss, but watch a couple epis and you'll be hooked. Notch Johnson (Timothy Stack), and good writing help this stand out. There's a good amount (if stereotypical) character development with each episode following a predictable, but enjoyable path. The character's names crack me up... Mayor Anita Massingil, rofl. The Steven Hawking character was a bit too much. Perhaps they're finding it tough to one-up South Park. It's a shame it was cancelled. TV needs more of independent voices and less of the contrived, mass market, lowest common denominator Raymond and Survivor tripe. Find it and watch, if you can.


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