Baywatch (1989–2001)
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Trapped Beneath the Sea: Part 1 

Neely Capshaw, the unwholesome, psycho lifeguard who tried to frame Matt for sexual harassment, arrives back at Baywatch for a job as the switchboard operator and is greeted with a hostile ... See full summary »

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C.J. Parker (as Pamela Lee)
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Caroline Holden
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Cody Madison
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Neely Capshaw
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Logan Fowler (as Jaason Simmons)
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Stephanie Holden
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Tom
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Beth Campfield
Shane Fraser ...
Gator (as Shane Frasier)
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Fern
Christine Champion ...
Janice
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Edward Campfield
Sean Graham ...
Paul
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Neely Capshaw, the unwholesome, psycho lifeguard who tried to frame Matt for sexual harassment, arrives back at Baywatch for a job as the switchboard operator and is greeted with a hostile reception from everyone, especially C.J. who personally holds Neely responsible for Matt's departure from Baywatch. Meanwhile, Stephanie recruits Olympic hopeful swimmer Cody Madison as a new lifeguard, and decides to dedicate herself to be his personal training coach for the next Olympics. Also, Logan is trying to go into the fashion business with a new swim wear design with his Australian partner, Gator, while romancing his investor's daughter, Beth, and taking credit for everything. Mitch considers working as a private investigator in a detective agency at night. But everyone's paths collide when an abandoned offshore oil rig collapses after hitting an old submerged mine, trapping Cody, Neely and four other people under water. Written by Anonymous

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25 September 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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When Neely talks to Logan while he polishes the boat, she sits down close to him, but the long shot shows them about two feet apart. See more »

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