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Charlie Don't Surf 

The father of a childhood friend of Don and Charlie asks for Don's help when his son, a former pro surfer, is found dead.

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Don Eppes
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Charlie Eppes
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Alan Eppes
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David Sinclair
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Colby Granger
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Nikki Betancourt
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Dr. Larry Fleinhardt
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Nathan Watts
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Cameron Wilson
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Melissa Conroy
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Pat Drummond
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Kevin Warshaw
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Frank Hagen
Leslie Silva ...
M.E. Ridenhour
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Keith Watts
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The father of a childhood friend of Don and Charlie asks for Don's help when his son, a former pro surfer, is found dead.

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14 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The episode is called "Charlie don't surf," but in fact, Charlie goes out twice to attempt surfing. See more »

Goofs

Surfers are seen riding extremely large waves (50ft according to opening numbers) a boat picks up a surfer and motors away. The ocean is now completely flat, no surf-able waves at all. See more »

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[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 60 knot winds 96 hour storm 1500 miles of open ocean 50 foot waves See more »

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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »

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Hang Me Up to Dry
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