Season 1 Episode 7

Lost Voyage

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jun 27, 1998 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Lost Voyage
Logan and Hemmings go back to 1939 to stop the sinking of a luxury liner loaded with gold ... and Hemmings' grandmother.

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  • Great Episode

    I like this epsiode a lot. It was cool to have them travel back and have to deal with a member of their family. I thought it was cool that Hemmings learned more about her grandmother Edith finding out things that she didn't know before. Like how she knew all of those martial arts moves and traveled around the world and was so outspoken. I also liked how they had to deal with many enemies not just one and how they had to improvise to win in the end. I also liked how Logan MacGuivered the thing with the compass to stop the bomb from going off and how they were able to use it as a distraction to escape.moreless
William Schilling

William Schilling

William J. McNeil

Guest Star

Patrick Kilpatrick

Patrick Kilpatrick

Mr. Kiefer

Guest Star

Michael Holden

Michael Holden

Dome Technician

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The C4 "shaped charges" are simple brick shapes, unlikely to direct the force in a single direction like real shaped charges are designed to.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Dean Cooke: Go ahead. Say something pithy.
      Edith Thomas: Why? So you won't understand it?

    • (Logan ogles Edith Thomas)
      Hemmings: Logan! She's my grandmother.
      Logan: Oh. Well, I don't have a problem if she doesn't.

    • Edith Thomas: Some pistol-swinging ape bellows a few cheap threats and suddenly you're shaking like San Fran during the Big One.

    • Hemmings: (arriving in 1939) Where do you think we should start?
      Logan: Well, unless we're trying out for the next Star Trek movie, we should find some clothes.

    • Hemmings: Don't get me wrong, she was a wonderful woman, but as I remember it, Granny's idea of an adventure was an extra scoop of Ovaltine.

    • Logan: (about the Cooke Brothers) Winners of this year's Jacques Cousteau wannabe contest.
      Easter: Please. Cooke brothers aren't fit to shine Cousteau's bathysphere. Cap'n Crunch has a better understanding of nautical science.

    • Easter: The video-addled young 'uns must have inadvertently channel-surfed across one of our so-called educational networks.

    • Logan: They say you can tell a lot about a person from what they keep on their desk.
      Hemmings: Really? Let's see, looking at yours, I can tell ... what you've had for lunch for the last three weeks.

    • "QUACK!! as in duck."

  • NOTES (0)


    • Dean Cooke: This will be no "Al Capone's vault," I assure you.

      A reference to the infamous Geraldo Rivera live program where a much-touted opening of Capone's vault revealed nothing.

    • After Hemmings finds out her grandmother learned karate, she says, "Grandma's Emma Peel. Great." A reference to the 1960s series "The Avengers."

    • One of the hijackers calls the rotund millionaire "Stay Puft," a reference to the 1984 movie "Ghostbusters" and its Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.

    • Easter: The Empress was one of the world's most opulent luxury liners. Art Deco facade, indoor swimming pool. Makes today's floating amusement parks look like the scow Gilligan crashed on his three-hour tour.

      Reference to "Gilligan's Island."