Baywatch (1989–2001)
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Fatal Exchange 

A brash new Australian lifeguard, named Wiley Brown, arrives at Baywatch on an exchange program and he and Mitch don't get along because of Wiley's self-serving ways at life guarding and ... See full summary »

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Mitch Buchannon
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Summer Quinn
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Matt Brody
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C.J. Parker (as Pamela Denise Anderson) (credit only)
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Hobie Buchannon
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Jimmy Slade (credit only)
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Stephanie Holden
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Kaye Morgan (as Pamela Bach)
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Wiley Brown
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Jim Barnett (as Greg Barnett)
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A brash new Australian lifeguard, named Wiley Brown, arrives at Baywatch on an exchange program and he and Mitch don't get along because of Wiley's self-serving ways at life guarding and flirting with Kaye Morgan, whom is now debating with herself whether to start dating Mitch after he finally asks her out to dinner. Mitch is also troubled by a bad memory of a failed rescue attempt of a wind surfer in Australia years ago, which suddenly takes a turn when strange incidents start occurring around Mitch and he feels someone is trying to kill him... and correctly begins to suspect Wiley.

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10 May 1993 (USA)  »

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Take Me
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