Season 10 Episode 10

The Hunt

Aired Unknown Nov 15, 1999 on
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The Hunt
Jessie is unhappy that some men are killing sharks. She
eventually confronts the men and is actually slapped for her
efforts. Later she, Dawn, Allie,a nd Kekoa show up for a traditional
Hawaiian ceremony. The women cheerfully put on crowns, leis, and
sarongs over their bikinis. But then Kekoa informs them that
they must remove their bikini tops! The women are hesitant, but
then they cover themselves with many leis. Then, one-by-one, each
girl unties her bikini top and takes it off. They perform a hula
dance. With the background music, its actually a beautiful scene.
At the end, Jessie is still down about the men killing the sharks.
Mitch goes skydiving with her. Jessie has a big smile on her face.moreless

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    Brandy Ledford

    Brandy Ledford

    Dawn Masterton (season 10, 1999-2000)

    Jason Brooks

    Jason Brooks

    Sean Monroe (seasons 10-11, 1999-2001)

    David Hasselhoff

    David Hasselhoff

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

    Michael Bergin

    Michael Bergin

    Jack "J.D." Darius (1997-2001; Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding, 2003)

    Brooke Burns

    Brooke Burns

    Jessica "Jessie" Owens (seasons 9-10, 1998-2000)

    Simmone Mackinnon

    Simmone Mackinnon

    Allie Reese (season 10, 1999-2000)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Dawn: I would love to be in the water with a shark, a big tiger, and not in a cage, alongside it. This great predator, to feel it's energy and power.
        Sean: You make that sound sexual.

      • JD: In Jessie's eyes it's an injustice, and she's gonna set it right.
        Allie: Regardless of the cost, huh?
        JD: Regardless of the cost to her, yeah.
        Allie: That is a wonderful quality.
        JD: A very dangerous one, too.

      • Ko Lani: Some feelings, some knowledge, some emotions, should not be put into words. You know how you felt, you know what it meant to you. Words are only going to steal the true meaning, words are so limited.

      • Ko Lani: (to Jason) You are the wave leaning into the future, your face is the face of all of Polynesia, no single island, no tribe, no name which separates. You are all who have come before, sailed these oceans, lived on these islands. You are the bridge from all that has been to all that will be.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)