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Season 2 Episode 15

Dream Weaver

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Aired Unknown Feb 19, 1995 on NBC
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A blind astrophysicist and a NASA commander team up with the crew to battle a hostile alien, hidden in a fallen comet that seaQuest was attempting to recover.

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    Peter DeLuise

    Peter DeLuise

    Dagwood (Season 2-3)

    Marco Sanchez

    Marco Sanchez

    Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz (Season 1-2)

    Don Franklin

    Don Franklin

    Commander Jonathan Ford

    Kathy Evison

    Kathy Evison

    Lieutenant Lonnie Henderson (Season 2-3)

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    voice of Darwin

    Michael DeLuise

    Michael DeLuise

    Tony Piccolo (Seasons 2-3)

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Scott: If I don't find a way to travel outside our galaxy I'm gonna lose my funding to this guy.
        Bridger: Hey, I lent you my boat, didn't I?

      • Tobias: Scott, you've been to Mars and back. Do you know how many people went with you? Everyone from Leonardo DaVinci to the Wright brothers was strapped inside that tin can right alongside you. When our time comes your contributions will be there too.
        Scott: Well, I don't plan on being there in spirit, Tobias. I plan on being there in person.

      • Lucas: I guess there's a good and bad in everything, Dagwood.
        Dagwood: Is this a bad in everything?
        Lucas: Yes, this is a very bad in everything.
        Dagwood (sniffs): It smells like a bad in everything.

      • Tony: It's the pimple from hell.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode is the prologue to the season finale "Splashdown". The final even opens with Roy Scheider saying "previously on seaQuest" and scenes from this episode are shown.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Title: Dream Weaver

        This is a reference to the hit song Dream Weaver sung by Gary Wright in 1976. A popular cover version of this song was also recorded by The Steve Miller Band.

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