seaQuest DSV

Season 1 Episode 2

The Devil's Window

Aired Unknown Sep 19, 1993 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • TRIVIA: Lucas Wolenczak wears a Homestead Grays jersey for portions of this episode. The Grays were a member of baseball's Negro League.

    • In the scene where Bridger and O'Neill are taking Darwin to Sea-Deck, there is a third man (stuntman) visible in the water, at the far right.

  • Quotes

    • Bridger: It is exciting. I mean, if this thing works, we'll know in weeks what normally would have taken years.
      Young: Exactly.
      Bridger: On the other hand, we could wind up on the bottom of the ocean in little tiny bits. seaQuest wasn't designed to haul around your fantasies, Raleigh.

    • O'Neill (swimming through Darwin's ship-board tubes): Where are we?
      Bridger: I don't know. I failed to put directions down here. Must be a design flaw.

    • Westphalen: Shouldn't you be on the bridge?
      Bridger: Ford can handle that.
      Westphalen: And Raleigh?
      Bridger: Ford can handle him, too.

    • Bridger (to the empty com screen): Uh, Malcolm? Hello? Malcolm Lansdowne?
      Lansdowne: Uhhhh, I don't know. Does he owe you money?
      Bridger: It's Nathan Bridger, you clown.
      Lansdowne: Good heavens. Nathan, where have you been? Are you in jail?

    • Young (about Darwin): In some parts of the world that crew member is an ingredient in bouillabaisse!

    • Noyce: I assure you, Captain Bridger must have a good reason for his actions.
      Young: He most certainly does. He's insane!

    • Young: Is your dolphin going to die?
      Bridger: Probably.
      Young: How long?
      Bridger: I don't know. Death doesn't punch a clock.

    • Westphalen: Ah, if we knew all the answers we wouldn't be scientists, we'd be gods. Do you know, I think it may be some kind of dolphin medicine!
      Bridger: And Darwin's mom brought it to us like some kind of chicken soup?

    • Darwin: Darwin loves Bridger.

    • Dr. Westphalen: Eat. Put something in your mouth besides words.

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