Neely and Cody break up a disturbance on the Venice boardwalk started by a crazed young woman, named Jamie Duncan, who's in town for the Malibu Female Bodyboard Tournament whom Neely ... See full summary »

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Neely and Cody break up a disturbance on the Venice boardwalk started by a crazed young woman, named Jamie Duncan, who's in town for the Malibu Female Bodyboard Tournament whom Neely discovers her to be a manic-depressive and it causes her alarm for Neely's late sister too suffered from the same problems Jamie has. Meanwhile, Mitch and Samantha's romance is put to a real test when Samantha's former fiancé Adam, a sports promoter, arrives to promote the body board tournament. Elsewhere, Newman meets a beautiful blond woman of his dreams. But when Newman finally musters the nerve to ask her on a date, she turns out to be a Mexican tourist who doesn't speak any English. So, Newman has to have Manny come along with them as a translator. Written by Anonymous

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When Jamie finishes her bodyboarding routine, she only wears one swimfin. She tosses aside a pair of them when she comes on shore. See more »

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Nancy Valen's babeliciousness carries the episode.
1 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The "Baywatch" episode "Golden Girls" is basically fueled by one main factor: Nancy Valen's babeliciousness. As Baywatch Captain Samantha Thomas, her majestic brunette hair, her all-embracing smile, and her drool-encouraging body make her really and truly a stand-out figure. Whether she's in her standard captain's uniform of white shirt, black skirt, and black heels or in the regulation Baywatch red swim suit, she effortlessly brings forth not only panting but a yearning to spend as much quality time with her as possible. She undoubtedly puts the "hot" in the phrase "she-hottie." If Pamela Anderson was, as "Baywatch" co- executive producer Gregory J. Bonann claimed in his best-selling retrospective "'Baywatch': Rescued From Prime Time," the most uninhibited member of the "Baywatch" cast as far as her body was concerned, Nancy Valen is the girl who makes you wish that she was. In point of fact, of all the Hasselhoff chicks, Nancy Valen is the one who comes to mind the fastest when memory turns to Australian songbird Olivia Newton-John's 1980s musical entreaty "Let's Get Physical."


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