seaQuest DSV

Season 1 Episode 7

Give Me Liberte

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Aired Unknown Oct 24, 1993 on NBC
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Give Me Liberte
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When Commander Ford and other crew members are contaminated with a deadly virus from a downed space station, Captain Bridger finds himself fighting against the clock and a government cover-up to save them.

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  • the seaquest find a space station in the ocean that holds a deadly secert for its crew.

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    some of the seaquest crew find an unbanded space station under neath the ocean. as they open the station the commandar and some of his crew are contaminated by a deadly virus that will kill them if they don't find a cure. bridger and crocker leave seaquest and head to france to find one of the surviving doctors to ask for his help in saving his crew. what they ended up finding is a goverment cover up involing the space station and its crew. they now have to rely on a doctor who has a drinking promblem to save the crew of seaquest.moreless
Marco Sanchez

Marco Sanchez

Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz (Season 1-2)

Don Franklin

Don Franklin

Commander Jonathan Ford

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

voice of Darwin

Stephanie Beacham

Stephanie Beacham

Doctor Kristin Westphalen (Season 1)

Stacy Haiduk

Stacy Haiduk

Lieutenant-Commander Katie Hitchcock (Season 1)

John D'Aquino

John D'Aquino

Lieutenant Benjamin Krieg (Season 1)

Udo Kier

Udo Kier

Dr. Guy Peche

Guest Star

Bruce Klassen

Bruce Klassen

Military Person #1

Guest Star

Mark Fauser

Mark Fauser

Weapons Officer Phillips

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    • Title: Give Me Liberte

      This is a reference to the famous quotation "Give me liberty or give me death" that occurred as the final closing from a speech made by Patrick Henry to the Virginia House of Burgesses in order to raise support for the American Revolutionary War. "Liberte" is French for liberty.

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