Baywatch

Season 2 Episode 6

Point of Attack

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Aired Unknown Oct 21, 1991 on
5.8
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Point of Attack
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Eddie breaks up a fight between rival gang members with help coming from an unexpected source. Eddie tries to convince one of the gang to change his nature by enrolling him in a program.

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  • Amiss.

    3.7
    Well, if I thought the fourth episode of this season was the worst, then I was definitely wrong - this one takes the cake as the worst one yet! Aside from the fact that the whole gang stuff doesn't interest me one bit, the entire story was way too lame to even consider it. Also, there was absolutely no sub-story or anything, it was just 43 minutes of almost nothing happening.



    The program might be a great idea, but the premise was stupid. Eddie and Shauni fighting for no reason, Mitch/Garner being almost invisible in their roles, and the remaining starring cast missing during the entire episode. It was just one bad and boring thing after another. The musical montages don't help either.



    And oh yeah - very bad thing to bring back Cort just for this episode. It could have been a better story.moreless
Billy Warlock

Billy Warlock

Eddie Kramer (seasons 1-2, 1989-1990/1991-1992; Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding, 2003)

David Hasselhoff

David Hasselhoff

Lt. Mitch Buchannon (seasons 1-10, 1989-1990/1991-2000; Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding, 2003)

Erika Eleniak

Erika Eleniak

Shauni McClain (seasons 1-2, 1989-1990/1991-1992)

John Allen Nelson

John Allen Nelson

John D. Cort

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Danny Trejo

Danny Trejo

Carlos Urueta

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Richard Coca

Richard Coca

Memo Urueta

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Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams

Garner Ellerbee

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Gregory J. Barnett

Gregory J. Barnett

Jim Barnett (uncredited)

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