Baywatch Nights: Season 2, Episode 1

Terror of the Deep (29 Sep. 1996)

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In the second season opener, the series develops a more supernatural/weird tone as Mitch and Griff investigate a sunken freighter where they fight for their lives against an unknown force ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julie (as Tai Collins)
Ajogun, the Monster (voice)
Bryan Matsuura ...
Asian Boy


In the second season opener, the series develops a more supernatural/weird tone as Mitch and Griff investigate a sunken freighter where they fight for their lives against an unknown force and realize that the freighter might have been sunk by a New Guinea sea monster according to a woman they found floating in the ocean near sunken wreckage of her sailboat. Written by Anonymous

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Ryan McBride: Alright, Griff, run an O2 check, see if you've got any oxygen in there at all.
Mitch Buchannon: Okay, good idea. Gonna want to check out this way.
Griff Walker: [waving around a gadget] Alright, I got fifty parts per mil nitrogen. There's a whole bunch of carbon dioxide from everything rotting. Looks like the oxygen's from all the kelp growing.
Mitch Buchannon: I don't wanna study it. Just breathe it.
Griff Walker: Okay. Be my guest.
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drowning in a lack of drama
14 August 2015 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

And this is the season opener? This underwater drama? You feel just a whole lot of apathy for the characters. Maybe the beast should have gobbled up Mitch Buchanan before he could go on to make a further fool of himself. BAYWATCH is bad enough, but there you have sun, surf and bikinis. Here you have aging Mr Hasselhoff, a young whippersnapper, and Ms Harmon doing her best, but really! root for the monster, people! Let him relieve them of their misery! Hell of a lot of wet work for a result that's like a bowl of cold fish on a winter's day.

Brightest point of the story: Tai Collins as Julie the lifeguard right at the beginning. She seemed to be excellent crew member material. The episode would have benefited from a bit more Tai than Taiwanese or Malay or New Guinea or whatever boat people. That screaming woman was the worst! She sure got the better out of the deal for the $5* they paid her! :) It all goes downhill from there, not for a lack of trying by Angie.

*awright, awright, creative license. I suppose they paid her more! But what for? Anything more than $5 is just because they felt sorry for her. And those children! Such cold unemotional stones! Mr Monster, feast on them it you can stand the taste!

(Anybody who thinks I'm just being antisocial should just watch this bummer of an episode...)

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