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SeaQuest DSV: Season 2

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Adventure resurfaces with the return of the spectacular Primetime Emmy Award-winning SeaQuest DSV. Rejoin Captain Nathan Bridger (Roy Scheider) and his dedicated crew as they serve as guardians to Earth's undersea colonies and protect world peace from all threats—both above and below the water. This must-own 8-disc set is packed with all 21 thrilling Season Two episodes and features amazing guest stars Mark Hamill, Dom DeLuise, Kent McCord and others. Season Two of SeaQuest DSV continues the incredible, imaginative epic journey into the Earth's last frontier!

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  • Actors: Roy Scheider, Jonathan Brandis, Rosalind Allen, Peter DeLuise
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 1016 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WTZ6SK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,205 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "SeaQuest DSV: Season 2" on IMDb

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It's about time! seaQuest fans have been anxiously awaiting this release for over TWO YEARS! Why Universal took so long to get this season out is a mystery to me. I've been ready to buy it since before season 1 came out.

As you may recall, the first season of seaQuest ended with the destruction of the supersubmarine, to save the world from what can arguably be called catastrophic global warming. As the season begins, Captain Bridger is taking command of the new seaQuest. The bridge has been redesigned, as have several other parts of the boat, but the biggest difference in season 2 is the new crewmembers. Sadly, we lose the comical Krieg, the uptight Hitchcock, the country boy Crocker, and the cerebral but attractive Dr. Westphalen. However, their loss is not so badly felt with the arrival of new crewmen - Lt. Brody, combat veteran. Dagwood, a failed prototype for a naturally camouflaged supersoldier. Henderson the attractive and young new techie with no experience. Dr. Wendy Smith, a telepathic (this was hinted at in season 1's "Treasure of the Mind") medical doctor and scientist (though not quite in Westphalen's league). And rounding out the Rogue's Gallery is Tony Piccolo, a wise-cracking ex-con on work-release aboard seaQuest, with the gills of a fish in his torso ("I'm a surfer. I thought they might come in handy.").

The second season has a somewhat different feel to it than the first, which was fairly science-only. This season, the show takes on a bit more of a sci-fi feel to it, but this is not a bad thing.

After the 2-hour season premiere of the Dagger (others like Dagwood) Revolt, the aliens seen in season 1's "Such Great Patience" arrive to a mixed reception.
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I was a big SQDSV fan, when it came out on TV. It was different enough to be interesting and at that time, the EFX were state of the Art. The ship was a high tech wonder, and probably the star of the show. Roy Scheider was pretty good as the Captain Bridger.
I enjoyed Season 1 and had videotaped all the off air shows, but missed a lot of Season 2 due to a location change, so I ordered this set.
Sadly I didn't enjoy Season 2 as much, because it looked like (and turned out to be I was right) the writers were all different, and the producers
shifted the focus to add more sensational (aka Stupid) plot lines. It looked like some of the shows were lifted right out of the old TV show,
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, by Irwin Allen. And now, of course, its then state of art Effects look dated, and video gamish.
If I ever find it in a bargain bin, I might pick up Season 3 just to complete my set.
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I must admit I first experienced Seaquest DSV on Netlix (am I allowed to say that here on Amazon?), but very quickly after just a couple of episodes realized that I wanted to buy this on DVD and add it to my collection. This is one of those series that is a hidden gem that somehow I missed when it was on back in the early 90's. If you are a fan of science fiction or even just a fan of Roy Schieder then you will enjoy this series.

I think I saw another reviewer say something like this is Star Trek under water and I have to say that's a really accurate description. There is a great deal of the human element involved in these episodes and there is a ecological undertone to many episodes as well expressed with an attitude of innocence that is rather charming.

Perhaps one other part of this series that struck a chord with me is what I would call the "Galaxy Quest" intro. I thought Galaxy Quest was a very good parody and now having seen the introduction to Seaqust DSV I know that they weren't just parodying Star Trek, but this series as well.

There is much to watch here and the efforts of many good people to watch as well. Stephen Speilberg, Roy Scheider and a great supporting case are a few that should be mentioned. It was even a pleasant surprise to see Dom DeLuise in one episode(and his sons in many others). Good fun, good stories, good value for the price - highly recommended.
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I thought it might be something like a modern version of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, but it wasn't. I could not get interested in any one in the shows. Some of the basic plots seem to have promise, but fizzled for me. I did not like actors either. Put the unfinished set into the reject bin. Don't want to try to watch anymore of them.
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If you look at the names involved, you have to wonder why the season so often flops around like a fish out of water. Rockne O'Bannon (Farscape: Complete Series [Blu-ray]), Peter DeLuise (Stargate SG-1: The Complete Series Collection), and Steven Spielberg ($$) are credited with contributing to this season. Not even the charisma and talent of Roy Scheider could balance out the erratic, sometimes awful scripts handed to the other actors. Bad lines and questionable plots certainly contributed to the mediocrity of this season, but there is plenty of blame to go around.

The show couldn't decide what it was, and when pushing boundaries it often just went off a cliff.

The aliens in the episode "The Fear That Follows" shuffle around like distressed mimes, less convincing even than the spacemen from the film Teenagers from Outer Space (1959). This is followed by a prescient yet pedestrian episode that preaches about how computers (especially computer games) will become so important that people will stop relating to one another in the flesh.

Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker!) guest stars as a professor / alien hybrid (because that makes sense) in "Dream Weaver," but the episode was so bad that I didn't even care about the fate of my once-favorite actor's character.
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