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Sea Hunt

Discussion in 'Vintage Equipment Diving' started by gcbryan, Dec 25, 2009.

  1. DaleC

    DaleC Solo Diver

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    I saw that! What a little minx.
     
  2. SNorman

    SNorman Barracuda

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    I've seen references to the show "Sea Hunt" now and then on here but had never seen the show myself. I came across it on Hulu and they have quite a bit of episodes available (maybe all?). Oh my goodness, how did I miss out on this show?

    Nitrogen narcosis makes you try to stab your buddy in the back, embolism from holding your breath can be fixed in a decompression chamber. It's great!

    This conversation on gas management was pretty good:

    "That mine shaft is 1000 feet long, do you have enough air in those cylinders that you carry to make it to the other side?"

    Mike Nelson: "I think so"

    "OK"

    Or not, and you'll die.

    I probably would have loved this show as a kid (it was before my time) and started diving sooner than I did. I'll probably watch all the episodes on Hulu as I have time.
     
  3. elmer fudd

    elmer fudd Solo Diver

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    How about the narked diver using a stingray for a golf club? I think that was my favorite.

    I also really liked "the Killer Whale".
     
  4. SNorman

    SNorman Barracuda

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    Haha, yeah, I just watched that one. He tries to stab his buddy after that. LOL.

    My girlfriend and I can't stop singing the intro tune to the show to each other randomly throughout the day "Dunnn dunnn DUNANAAAAAAA!!!"
     
  5. oldmossback

    oldmossback Solo Diver

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    Sea Hunt gave a few movie and tv stars their start I think. Lenard Nemoy (Spock), Larry Hagman (I dream of Jennie and Dallas) to name two. Not to mention Beau and Jeff Bridges.
     
  6. ZKY

    ZKY Minimalist ScubaBoard Supporter

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    So who do you guys think was the hottest chick on Sea Hunt?

    I say the Actress that played the girl in the trunk,
    or the dark haired one that played the federal agent that dove really well and helped Mike catch the foreign spies before they got the info from the sunken missle. The episode was "Recovery".
     
  7. elmer fudd

    elmer fudd Solo Diver

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    I never really thought too much about which chick was the hottest, but I do get a kick out of how they all seem to get hot and bothered around Mike Nelson. It doesn't matter if their husband, boyfriend, father or employer is there, they spend half their time hanging off of Mike.
     
  8. duckbill

    duckbill Solo Diver

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    I remember there was one that sent me, but don't rememeber which episode or even what she looked like. Now you'll have me watching all the Sea Hunts again just to find out!
     
  9. oldmossback

    oldmossback Solo Diver

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    I was and still am partial to the Hispanic chicks on his show.........he was too hehehe
     
  10. couv

    couv Instructor, Scuba

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    Zale Parry.

    But while I'm thinking of it, what make and model car was "The Female of the Species" (Susan Morrow, a pretty good looker herself) driving? Looked like an MG of some sort.

    c
     

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