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A young twenty-something diver living in the Florida Keys discovers he has the power to breathe underwater.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Justin Hartley ... Arthur Curry
Lou Diamond Phillips ... Tom Curry
Denise Quiñones ... Lt. Rachel Torres
Rick Peters ... Agent Brigman
Ving Rhames ... McCaffery
Adrianne Palicki ... Nadia
Amber McDonald Amber McDonald ... Eva
Kenny Johnson ... Sheriff
Daniella Deutscher ... Atlanna (as Daniella Wolters)
Graham Bentz Graham Bentz ... Young A.C.
Mark Perun Mark Perun ... Ensign Gus Thompson
Brett Rice ... Commander Haley
Stacy Ann Rose ... Military Aide (as Stacy Anne Rose)
Matt Ennis Matt Ennis
Lawrence Sikorski Lawrence Sikorski
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Tempest Key, Florida. Arthur Curry aka A.C. is a happy go lucky 20-something dive shop owner who lives on a houseboat next to the coast guard base where his caring adoptive father Lieutenant Tom Curry works. His best friend is Eva, the pretty owner of the local beach bar. It's been exactly 10 years since the tragic unexplained plane crash in which Arthur's mother disappeared without a trace and only young traumatized Arthur was found alive. In the accident, Arthur discovered that he somehow has the ability to breathe underwater which he later turned to good use. However, he's still burdened by survivor's guilt and hopes he'll one day find out what really happened to his mother. After rescuing some dolphins that he suddenly felt the need to rescue from the local Neptune World marine park, Arthur is arrested by the sheriff. The day only gets more unnerving for Arthur when Eva semi-seriously threatens him with eviction and a strange intense man called McCaffery warns him about the ...

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Release Date:

24 July 2006 (USA) See more »

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Included as a bonus feature on the Blu-ray release of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010). See more »

Quotes

Arthur 'AC' Curry: You want to know the real reason why I freed those dolphins? It's because I felt like they were calling to me.
Eva: What are you saying, you can talk to fish now?
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The pilot was awesome!
30 July 2006 | by azngalSee all my reviews

I do not agree with the other post. The show had a lot of potential, and unfortunately, it was not given the chance. It was after all a pilot, so they were setting up the story lines. Justin Hartley did an excellent job as A.C. His character was rebellious and cocky, but very likable. Ving, Lou, and the rest of the cast did a great job as well. All the actors worked well with one another. I found the story lines to be really interesting, and the special effects were awesome. The ending only left me wanting more, and it left me wondering why the heck CW passed up on it. It's an incredibly stupid decision on their part. They take up another season of 7th Heaven and leave this out? It's still #1 on i-Tunes, and it's been 5 days already. The trailer did really well on you-tube too gaining over 100,000+ views. For the most part, people like it. I would hope by its success on i-Tunes that there's still a chance for this show come mid-season. It's such a shame if this is all we get to see. CW hasn't even come out yet, and already, they made a stupid decision.


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