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A parody of "Baywatch" featuring Malibu Adjacent's world-famous lifeguard, Notch Johnson.
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...  B.J. Cummings 42 episodes, 2000-2002
...  Chip Rommel 42 episodes, 2000-2002
...  Jamaica St. Croix 42 episodes, 2000-2002
Kimberly Oja ...  Kimberlee Clark 42 episodes, 2000-2002
...  Notch Johnson 42 episodes, 2000-2002
Michael Berensen ...  Lt. Steve Andrews / ... 28 episodes, 2000-2001
...  Mayor Anita Massengil 28 episodes, 2000-2001
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A parody of "Baywatch" featuring Malibu Adjacent's world-famous lifeguard, Notch Johnson.

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13 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Despite the show being a parody of Baywatch (1989), former "Baywatch" cast member Angelica Bridges guest-starred on two episodes: season two, episode two, "From Russia, With Johnson" and season three, episode six, "The Gay Team". See more »

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Notch Johnson: How come I can't see your reflection in this mirror? Oh, I see..."Made in Taiwan".
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Referenced in My Name Is Earl: Our 'Cops' Is On! (2007) See more »

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One of the best TV comedies
13 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

As you can tell from the other comments, this show is not for everyone. It's definitely not for kids or religious bluenoses. But if you like your humor with a highly irreverent and politically incorrect edge, this show is one of the best.

Yes, "Son of the Beach" is a "Baywatch" parody. But that doesn't do it justice. It's a Baywatch parody that mixes elements of "Police Squad!", "Get Smart", the 1960s "Batman" TV series and "South Park" with Timothy Stack's own brand of humor.

The show has its share of sight gags, but clever dialogue is its real strength. Almost every line is a sexual double entendre, tortured word play or horrendous pun. It helps that most of these fly right over the heads of the characters who, save one, are far too thick headed to catch on. The one exception is straight-laced, overly serious Kimberlee Clark (Kimberly Oja), whose embarassed frowns and double takes are always fun to watch.

The leader of the "SPF-30" lifeguard unit is Notch Johnson, played by chief writer Timothy Stack. A running gag is that everyone sees and treats Johnson as a perfect physical specimen even though Stack is middle aged, balding, has an overbite and is definitely not in the best possible physical condition. Stack gives himself most of the show's best lines.

All the other characters are humorously broad caricatures. Chip Rommel (Roland Kickinger, obviously cast for his close resemblance to a young Arnold Schwartzenegger) is a good-natured but brain-dead hunk who's surprised to learn that America and his native Germany had fought wars with each other. His incomplete command of English is always getting him into trouble, and he never knows why. (Example: he decides to help kids with attention deficit disorder. He calls his program "Chip Rommel's Concentration Camp").

Anita Massengil (Lisa Banes) is an evil, sadistic scheming politician in the Cruella DeVille mold. B. J. Cummings (Jaime Bergman) is a naive bimbo from the rural south. Jamaica St. Croix (Leila Arcieri) is a streetwise black from an urban ghetto. A late addition was Porcelain Bidet (Amy Weber), a bitchy, jealous, gold-digging bimbo.

All in all, if you are not easily offended and revel in outrageous, politically incorrect humor, you will love this show.


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