seaQuest DSV

Season 2 Episode 20

The Siamese Dream

Aired Unknown Apr 30, 1995 on NBC
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Episode Summary

The Siamese Dream

In order to gain control of seaQuest's nuclear weapons, a powerful psychic plants a nightmare in both Piccolo and Dagwood's minds, so that he will be invited on board to interpret their dreams.

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  • tony and dagwoods nightmare

    this episode of seaquest dsv is one of my favorites.i think the story line was was good to see the michael and peter deluise working together again.{they worked together in 21 jump street}when dagwood and tony both having nightmare about the same thing, doctor smith thinks it might be connected,then you find out the dreams where planted in there memorys,one thing i enjoyed about this episode is finding out that tony dose have a telapathic also had a funny seen where lucas asks lt ford why he dosen't smile, in which lt ford says when i smile lucas im too good looking.that was a great seen.moreless
  • For some reason this episode was one of my favourites.

    I dont know if it was the psychic's or the whole bizarre plot, but I absolutely loved it. I think Lucas and Tony are some of the best characters and I'm happy that they got most of the focus in this episode. I do not think enough episodes focus on either of them.
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)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • About 3 minutes into the episode, Lucas goes over to his desk to call for medical help, but when the shot changes back to Tony, Lucas is visible behind him.

    • TRIVIA: Series star Jonathan Brandis co-wrote this episode and was the second cast member to write an episode. The first was Ted Raimi for the earlier season 2 episode "Lostland".

    • TRIVIA: Series star Rosalind Allen's husband Todd Allen appeared in this episode.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Piccolo: You're holdin' his horse, what he gave you is bull.

    • Dagwood: What's wrong with Lucas?
      Marshall: His guilt is painful.
      Dagwood: Don't have guilt, Lucas!

    • Bridger: What are you two talking about?
      Piccolo: I had a nightmare.
      Dagwood: I had his nightmare, too.

    • Lucas: There's plutonium in there, Commander.
      Brody: Oh, not anymore. See? (begins hitting nuclear missile with hammer)

    • Marshall: Have to let go of skepticism, Tony, for the sixth sense to happen. Then it's just as natural as breathing.
      Piccolo: (glares at him) Breathe this!

    • Lucas: Do you ever laugh, Commander?
      Ford: I can't laugh, Lucas.
      Lucas: Why not?
      Ford: Because, when I laugh, I'm too good-looking.

    • Dagwood (to Marshall): You talk so no one understands you.

    • Marshall (about Wendy): There's nothing wrong with her neurology.
      Roberts: I need medical facts, not mysticism.
      Marshall: Mysticism? The fact is, Doctor, you've been on this boat two weeks as a support physician. Your mother has Alzheimer's and you feel terribly guilty about wishing her dead so you can stop dipping into her assets to pay for an in-home care provider. Would you like me to tell you what you keep locked in a box in the back your sock drawer?
      Roberts: Uh, scrub the neuroscan.

    • Marshall: (after reading Brody's mind) The only thing in Brody's head are women and hockey scores.

    • Lucas: That's the Secretary-General's authorization codes. You're not supposed to know that.
      Marshall: Neither are you, are you, Lucas?

    • Clay Marshall: Both of us feel we have the right to operate outside the boundries that average man adheres to. But we're not average, are we Lucas?

    • Lucus: That's an oxymoron, Lieutenant. It's a build down defense policy, we're still producing weapons.
      Brody: That's not an oxymoron.
      Ortiz: It's an oxymoron.
      Brody: No, it isn't.
      Lucus: Well, maybe we should just stick with moron.

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