TV Rating: TV-G: Mike dives onto a sunken freighter loaded with nitro, planning to detonate the cargo before it drifts away into the shipping lanes.
TV Rating: TV-G: A coastal fisherman wages a private war against kelp harvesters, blaming them for ruining the fishing grounds necessary to his livelihood.
TV Rating: TV-G: A husband and wife team of photojournalists ignore Mike's warnings about diving on a sunken ocean liner and are imperiled by the pressures of the deep.
TV Rating: TV-G: A careless salvage diver is trapped on the deck of a sunken freighter by some lead cable.
TV Rating: TV-G: A husband and wife team steal and then ransom some computer tapes necessary to a plant's operations. A clue tells Mike that the culprits are members of a dive club.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike stands by to assist an undercover man in his assignment to infiltrate an illegal alien-smuggling ring.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike uses an underwater TV camera setup to nab thieves who are robbing a Hawaiian girl's pearl beds.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike is recruited to train a pair of divers to rescue a woman from a Communist prison camp.
TV Rating: TV-G: Someone attempts to kill Mike while he's scouting out a site for an underwater marine preserve.
When a casino robbery gone wrong intersects with two of Mike's former students (a doctor and his wife), it means Mike is again in a dangerous and life threatening situation. Can Mike save himself and his two former students?
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike witnesses a supposed serpent chasing a boat on the Red Sea. He puts on his diving gear and investigates, finding the "serpent" to be a large tube filled with stolen explosive fuel meant for a local missile base. Mike has to act fast to prevent a submarine from making off with the dangerous and valuable cargo from the spies.moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: A young skin diver goes missing and as Mike starts finding clues to his fate, the District Attorney goes after a man Mike feels is innocent of the charges. It is up to Mike to find out the truth and help free a man held on suspicion of murder.moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: Latin American revolutionaries recruit Mike to recover the body of their murdered leader from the palace lagoon in order to ignite an uprising.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike and a pair of archaeologists risk the anger and booby traps of islanders while exploring underwater caves in the Caribbean.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike investigates the mysterious death of the featured performer in a water ski show during the act's underwater finale.
TV Rating: TV-G: A man tricks a scientist into dropping a top-secret folio overboard, where a confederate can retrieve it.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike, while on a job for the Greek government, runs afoul of a local sponge diver. He is trying to protect his discovery of an ancient and valuable statue in an underwater cave. The diver and his girlfriend use English mines disguised to look like WWII Nazi mines to protect their find.moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike discovers a submarine off the Panama coast that is a base of operations for divers planning to destroy the Panama Canal.
TV Rating: TV-G: While looking into the possibility of linking two Latin American lakes by a canal, Mike runs afoul of rebel guerrillas.
TV Rating: TV-G: After jewelery from a sunken yacht and two dead divers appear, the police ask Mike to investigate this possible case of murder.
TV Rating: TV-G: After discovering a sunken Japanese submarine, the amateur skin diver who found it goes violently berserk. Mike follows suit, after resuscitating him and they both wind up in the hospital. Mike returns to the submarine to see if it is leaking nerve gas and if so to try and seal the holes, till the US Navy can properly handle its dangerous cargo.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike finds himself with a free day (at least job wise). This gives him a choice between needed underwater work on his boat or joining his friend, Dick Talbot, on Catalina Island. While Mike chooses work over the blonds and fun, two men offer (at gun point) Mike a job he simply can't refuse. They want him to retrieve a sunken package, which Mike suspects is narcotics. Mike realizes once he gives them the "junk," they'll kill him. How can Mike save himself?moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: A dock fire is rapidly approaching a warehouse for a chemical company, which has an explosive 30 time more powerful by weight than TNT and they have half a ton of it. One man is already dead trying to reach the chemicals, which can be made safe with by getting it soaking wet. Mike risks his life to save a sizable part of town and the lives of thousands of men, women, and children. The fire chief thinks Mike is their only hope, as the only approach seems to be underwater and up through a pipe that goes to the warehouse.moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: While checking the underwater security of a new dam, Mike discovers both a bomb that has been placed in an intake valve and a conspiracy that ends a best friend friendship.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike is hired to dive on a sunken freighter in New York Harbor in the hopes that some crew members may still be alive in air pockets.
TV Rating: TV-G: A man planning to murder his wife hires Mike to teach her to scuba dive so that he may lure her into a dangerous underwater current.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike races to recover a ditched nuclear warhead before sea water corrodes the casing.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike comes to the rescue of a scuba diver who has been trapped in a kelp bed while spear fishing.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike and a group of astronauts-in-training are stranded on the seabed when a hurricane blows their boat away.
TV Rating: TV-G: An overconfident swimming champion endangers both herself and Mike when she challenges him to an underwater race to Catalina.
TV Rating: TV-G: As consultant on a remake of The Count of Monte Cristo, Mike finds that the emotions of the star and his stand-in may lead to disaster in the execution of a stunt.