<-- Previous EpisodeNext Episode -->

seaQuest DSV: Bad Water

When seaQuest goes on a search for a missing submarine full of French school children, Ford, Lucas, Dr. Westphalen, and Kreig’s rescue sub begins to sink dramatically to the ocean floor. In order to survive, they must jettison everything they can, on the rescue sub. They are forced to abandon the rescue sub for a life raft.

To make matters worse, a major storm, soon to be a hurricane, is growing on the surface above. Bridger has to decide if he should continue the search for the missing sub full of school kids, or rescue his crewmates stuck in the middle of a hurricane in a raft.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x9
Production Number: 68921
Airdate: Sunday November 07th, 1993

Director: Bryan Spicer
Writer: David Kemper

Co-Guest Stars
Dan HildebrandDan Hildebrand
As Carlton
Timothy OmundsonTimothy Omundson
As Levin
Karen RacicotKaren Racicot
As Teacher
Main Cast
Roy ScheiderRoy Scheider
As Captain Nathan Bridger
Stacy HaidukStacy Haiduk
As Lt. Commander Katie Hitchcock
Don FranklinDon Franklin
As Commander Jonathan Ford
Jonathan BrandisJonathan Brandis
As Lucas Wolenczak
Ted RaimiTed Raimi
As Lt. Tim O'Neill
Royce D. ApplegateRoyce D. Applegate
As Chief Manilow Crocker
John DJohn D'Aquino
As Lt. Benjamin Krieg
Stephanie BeachamStephanie Beacham
As Doctor Kristin Westphalen
Marco SanchezMarco Sanchez
As Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz
Episode Notes
Technical Consultant Bob Ballard’s ending comments:

Hello, I’m Bob Ballard from the Woods Hole Oceanic Institution. Sink holes are very common in the ocean’s floor off Florida. A large one was recently discovered near Tampa Bay. In fact, our submersible, Alvin, came across one in fifteen hundred feet of water, south of the Florida Keys. The sub dropped down inside the sink hole several hundred feet before returning safely to the surface. See you on the next exciting adventure of seaQuest DSV.

Missing Information
Click here to add Music
Click here to add Episode Quotes
Click here to add Episode Goofs
Click here to add Cultural References
Click here to add Episode References
Click here to add Analysis