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Lucas Wolenczak wears a Florida Marlins baseball jersey throughout this episode. On the back, it says "World Series Champions - 2010." At the time of the original air date, the Marlins were just finishing their first season as an expansion team in Major League Baseball. In 1993, it was probably be laughable to suggest the Marlins would have won a World Series before the franchise turned 20 years old. However, the Marlins won the World Series in 1997 and 2003.
TRIVIA: Brenda King, the woman who portrays Carol Bridger in this episode (and any other referring to her) is actually Roy Scheider's wife.
The foreign businessman who is planning on destroying the seaQuest fills a goblet with red wine. Then he throws it to Captain Stark but when she grabs it, it is empty. But in the next cut it is full again.
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.
TRIVIA: From a deleted scene available on the DVD set - Hitchcock tells Lucas that Savannah told her about the fantasies she scanned in his thoughts. She's flattered but says, "I don't date men until after they start shaving." and they agree to be friends.
TRIVIA: This episode features the song Yours by Shai.
TRIVIA: Guest-stars Jonathan and Robert Dohring (Matthew & Brawley) are the real-life younger brothers of actor, Jason Dohring (known from the 2004 series Veronica Mars).
During the end title sequence, Doctor Robert Ballard is discussing an autonomous submersible vehicle in the background. If you look closely it has the registration number NCC 1701/B.
This corresponds to the registration number of the Excelsior Class Starship - USS Enterprise NCC 1701-B from the film Star Trek: Generations.
In the scene where Lucas and the others are lost in the middle of the ocean, the camera moves to Lucas as he laughs, and there is a reflection on a wall behind him.
During the scene when Darwin spits out the fresh water at Bridger, it's visibly coming from the right next to Bridger and not from where Darwin is positioned.
TRIVIA: The haunting sea shanty that Manny sings is called The Drunken Sailor and dates backfrom the early 1800s, if not earlier. Numerous versions of the lyrics are available on the Internet, and some of them are pretty risque.
About 10min into the episode, there is a blonde lady trying to hide, in front of the birdcage, as the camera pans across.
TRIVIA: John Sutter was responsible for discovering gold in California, which started the famous "gold rush". It is obvious that the Sutters in this episode were also responsible for another gold rush this time in the sea.
Near the beginning of the episode, a reflection of a camera is visible in the computer monitor, just before it cuts to the credits.
TRIVIA: Seth Green's character in this episode is nicknamed 'Wolfman' and he later went on to play a werewolf named Oz on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
At exactly 33:54 (on DVD) as the camera pans down from the tree to the tent and there is a car visible as it drives by, hidden mostly by the trees (just right of the center of the shot). It seems rather strange for an uninhabited island to have traffic.
TRIVIA: Guest star Peter DeLuise will return in the next season, in a different role, joining the cast as Dagwood.
TRIVIA: This is the first episode to use the "Tonight on seaQuest" intro.
TRIVIA: In this episode, Lucas and Lt. Cmdr. Hitchcock designed and built the prototype and continuously argue over calling it The Stinger or The Gazelle.
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