SeaQuest 2032 (1993–1996)
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On the eve of the signing of the new UEO charter, President Alexander Bourne and Larry Deon conspire to gain control of Lieutenant Fredericks' psyche-implant in order to program her to ... See full summary »

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Jesús Salvador Treviño (as Jesús Treviño)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Ironside ... Captain Oliver Hudson
Jonathan Brandis ... Ensign Lucas Wolenczak
Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford
Edward Kerr ... Lt. James Brody
Michael DeLuise ... Petty Officer Tony Piccolo
Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill
Kathy Evison ... Lt. J.G. Lonnie Henderson
Elise Neal ... Lt. J.J. Fredricks
Peter DeLuise ... Dagwood
Michael York ... President Alexander Bourne
Tim DeKay ... Lawrence Deon
Michael Costello ... Secretary General McGath
Ralph Wilcox Ralph Wilcox ... Mason Freeman
Tom Nowicki ... Dr. Slaussen
Michael Deeg Michael Deeg ... Noonan
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Storyline

On the eve of the signing of the new UEO charter, President Alexander Bourne and Larry Deon conspire to gain control of Lieutenant Fredericks' psyche-implant in order to program her to assassinate Secretary General McGath and cripple the UEO beyond repair.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1996 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

At 8:55 Captain Hudson tells Larry Deon that a pro athlete "belongs in Toronto". The actor who plays Captain Hudson, Michael Ironside, is from Toronto. See more »

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References SeaQuest 2032: Destination Terminal (1995) See more »

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Temporal Discontinuity...
17 July 2015 | by amystreasuretroveSee all my reviews

Although this episode was entertaining in and of itself, and shows that computerized implants can be abused by the criminal element to force a person (Lt. Fredricks) to do unspeakable things, it is interesting that an apparent temporal discontinuity is present in the form of the recently deceased Lt. James Brody... Recall in episode "Spindrift", where Lt. Hendricks is taken prisoner, Lt. Brody dies during the rescue attempt... Then we have the episode "Second Chances" where the ship goes back in time (Lt. Brody still dead in this episode) to prevent the annihilation of Earth from nuclear missiles during the Cuban Missile Crises... They succeed and Earth is safe, and they return to their own time...

Fast forward to this episode, Brainlock... Lt. Brody seems to have pulled a miraculous Lazarus on us... He's back alive and kicking...

Could this have been an effect of time travel from the episode "Second Chances"? Butterfly effect? Maybe the crew left something out of place back in 1962 and the global effect of it was such to keep Brody from dying? I don't know, but as they say, no one really ever dies in science fiction...


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