Baywatch (1989–2001)
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Mitch is asked by a government agent to investigate a certain Zack Martin, a former Navy SEAL who may be part of an environmental terrorist group called "Green Scorpion" who are planing to ... See full summary »

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Mitch is asked by a government agent to investigate a certain Zack Martin, a former Navy SEAL who may be part of an environmental terrorist group called "Green Scorpion" who are planing to blow up an unknown target. Mitch then goes out on a diving boat trip with Zack and his girlfriend Bree Hanford, who in fact is actually the leader of the group whose target in an offshore reef covered with sunken World War II navy ships loaded with unexploded munitions to blow it and the reef up. Meanwhile, Sean thinks Mitch's strange behavior is that he may be in trouble, and after Baywatch Hawaii training center is broken into in the night by Green Scorpion terrorists, this leads Sean and the rest of the team, Allie, Jason, J.D. and Kekoa to find Mitch before they're too late. Written by Anonymous

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One of the top 5 worst episodes of Baywatch
23 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All-American super hero Mitch Buchannon is hired by some secret government organization to stop two environmental terrorist. They're going to blow up a ship that's in the middle of no where with C4. Why this shadow government hired Mitch, a lifeguard who 10 years ago was in the Navy Seals, is beyond the viewer.

Yes. That's the stupid plot for this awful episode.

The acting is awful and it's obvious they didn't expect Mr. Hasselhoff to leave the show just then. So they edited in his death by explosion. Kablam! Mitch is dead. And unlike all the other deaths in the show, they don't have a montage of footage to make you get those feels. They just move on to season 11, which is somehow worse than Baywatch Hawaii.


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