Sealab 2021

Season 3 Episode 7

Tourist Season

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Aired Sunday 12:00 AM Nov 30, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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Captain Murphy makes Sealab into a tourist trap.

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    Harry Goz

    Harry Goz

    Captain Hazel "Hank" Murphy (Seasons 1-3)

    Erik Estrada

    Erik Estrada

    Marco Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Seasons 1-4)

    Kate Miller

    Kate Miller

    Debbie DuPree

    Bill Lobley

    Bill Lobley

    Jodene Sparks

    Brett Butler (II)

    Brett Butler (II)

    Dr. Quentin Q. Quinn

    Ellis Henican

    Ellis Henican

    Derek "Stormy" Waters

    Tiffany Morgan

    Tiffany Morgan

    Unknown

    Guest Star

    Christian Danley

    Christian Danley

    Unknown

    Guest Star

    Neal Holman

    Neal Holman

    Unknown

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    Angela Gibbs

    Angela Gibbs

    Debbie Love

    Recurring Role

    Adam Reed (I)

    Adam Reed (I)

    Virjay

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Funny how in this episode, Virjay is Hindu, but in "The Feast Of Alvis", he's Krebish. I guess he converted when we weren't looking.

      • There are 2 of the "Fat lady tourists". Their only difference is there apparel. This is easily noticeable in the scene where theyre all in bathin suits and Debbie is asking menstruation questions to one of them. (Theyre almost side by side!)

      • Carcharodon carcharias (Great White Sharks) are seldom found as far out in the ocean as Sealab is located (see Notes for "Red Dawn"). Such sharks tend to be found in coastal regions.

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    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Quinn's bartender outfit makes him look like Isaac from "The Love Boat".

      • Fat Man: "Are you done with the pig's head? You gonna eat that?"
        The rotting pig's head upon a stick on the "desert island swarming with huge feral cats" is a reference to William Golding's novel "Lord of the Flies", in which British school boys are evacuated by plane during the Blitz and crash without adults on a desert island, and form their own society, complete with mythology, politics, and warfare.

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