Relic Hunter: Season 1, Episode 1

Buddha's Bowl (20 Sep. 1999)

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Sydney Fox meets her new assistant professor, Nigel Bailey, and they both travel to Nepal in order to look for a magical bowl which belonged to Buddha and give it to a group of villagers. ... See full summary »

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Tony Rosato ...
Stewie Harper
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Robert Blaine
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Arthur Eng ...
Michael Chan
Harvey Chao ...
Chan's Father
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Nepalese Villager #1
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Michael A. Miranda ...
Mohash (as Silvio Oliviero)
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Michael Chow ...
One-Eyed Skeptic
Phil Chiu ...
Greedy Peasant #1
Joel Harris ...
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Sydney Fox meets her new assistant professor, Nigel Bailey, and they both travel to Nepal in order to look for a magical bowl which belonged to Buddha and give it to a group of villagers. But they aren't the only relic hunters which want to find the bowl... Written by Anonymous

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30 March 2014 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Sydney Fox teaches history at Trinity College. Her new English assistant Nigel Bailey is quite surprised when she throws a spear at him during a ritual dance – she says the students should not only be learning history from the books, but see the real thing. And before you can say 'awesome', she is on her way to Nepal with Nigel to compete with the treasure hunter Stewie (Tony Rosato), looking for the bowl of Buddha.

The opening episode of the series is a bit rushed, and it makes the inspiration for the series too obvious. The story of this chase for an artifact is very much Indiana Jones (on a TV budget), and with the olive top and the brown leather bag, Tia Carrere undeniably is presented as a Lara Croft wannabe. Later episodes are often more original and creative, but the fun is there from the first minute of the running time.


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