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seaQuest DSV: Abalon

Lt. Ford, while on shore leave, sees a woman, who when he tries to talk to her, swims out and under the shore in front of him, not to resurface. As seaQuest investigates this incident, they learn that an maverick scientist, once thought dead, is continuing his outlawed experiments on creating perfect humans. The scientist, Abalon, has created humans who can breath under water and have longer life’s.

When Lt. Ford is captured by Abalon, and becomes his new test subject, seaQuest must do everything in their power to rescue him, before the worse can happen.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x20
Production Number: 68936
Airdate: Sunday May 01st, 1994

Director: Les Sheldon
Writer: Patrick Hasburgh

Guest Stars
Dustin NguyenDustin Nguyen
As Chief William Shan
Sarah KoskoffSarah Koskoff
As Juliana aka Red Menace
Gary EimillerGary Eimiller
As The Bartender
Matthew SheehanMatthew Sheehan
As Shapra (as Matt Sheehan)

Co-Guest Stars
Andrew Cooper WasserAndrew Cooper Wasser
As Biff Pickering
Christopher CarrollChristopher Carroll
As Policeman #1
Fitz HoustonFitz Houston
As Other Policeman
Michael KelleyMichael Kelley
As Brother
Rick FittsRick Fitts
As Traffic Policeman
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 Oceanographic Institution. The deepest point on Earth is called “Challenger Deep.” It’s situated off the island of Guam in thirty five thousand, eight hundred and ten feet of water. The pressure at this depth is approximately eight tons per square inch. In 1960 two people inside the bathyscaph Trieste set the world’s deep diving record when they returned safely from this great depth. Join me on the next exciting adventure of seaQuest DSV.

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