Baywatch Nights (1995–1997)
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The Vortex 

On a day off, Ryan drags Mitch to a fortune-telling booth at the Malibu pier, where an Indian guide sends them into an eerie tunnel from which Mitch and Ryan emerge 20 years in the future to watch helplessly at their future lives.

Director:

Lewis Stout (as L. Lewis Stout)

Writers:

Michael Berk (created by), David Hasselhoff (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
David Hasselhoff ... Mitch Buchannon
Angie Harmon ... Ryan McBride
Eddie Cibrian ... Griff Walker (credit only)
Donna D'Errico ... Donna Marco (credit only)
Dorian Gregory ... Diamont Teague (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elaine Bilstad Elaine Bilstad ... Vortex Woman
Priscilla Inga Taylor ... Blonde Actress Needing Reading (as Priscilla Taylor)
Floyd 'Red Crow' Westerman ... Indian Guide Wahote
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Storyline

On a day off, Ryan drags Mitch to a fortune-telling booth at the Malibu pier, where an Indian guide sends them into an eerie tunnel from which Mitch and Ryan emerge 20 years in the future to watch helplessly at their future lives.

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 May 1997 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In Baywatch Nights: Frozen Out of Time (1997), Ryan expresses interest in visiting a mysterious vortex with Mitch. This has absolutely nothing to do with the vortex they actually visit in The Vortex. The Baywatch Nights writers just apparently like vortexes. See more »

Quotes

Ryan McBride: Okay. Go with me on this. Say I wanna grow something in an area that won't cultivate because of the soil. What do I do?
Mitch Buchannon: You, um, change the soil.
Ryan McBride: Right. Well say in changing the soil, I don't check out everything that lives in the soil, before I irradiate it.
Mitch Buchannon: Then, you could mutate something you didn't count on. What are you saying here, we're fighting some sort of insect? Something that mutated from radiation?
Ryan McBride: That's exactly what I'm sayin'. That thing looked like a giant slug! And, and slugs ...
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