"Splitsville". Quinn and Debbie are finally breaking up. But not before Virjay gets the band back together. And not before everybody gets real drunk at The Idiot. And not before the insults and fists and beer bottles start flying. You wanted a topless catfight? Well, you got it. Now hush.
Sealab is visited by a cherished old friend: Abelard the Talking Whale. Although he can't really talk; it's more like Quinn just makes him talk with a machine. And he's not so much an old friend; he's just some whale that happens to be dying of whale cancer. And a quick word about whale cancer: you don't want to catch it.
Murphy’s golf game is cut short by a lack of balls. In his frantic search for the pro shop, he encounters Monster-Hesh, snotty telephone operators, Dolphin Boy, and the perfidious Eggers. Of course, none of that matters when you’re blowing the foam off a couple of cold ones down at The Idiot. “Hey! Is that my hat?!”
When something majorly weird happens, involving an explosion, something else majorly weird happens, involving Quinn's and Stormy's brains. At any rate, say hello to your new science officer: Hi, Stormy! And also say hello to the guy in the coma: Hi, Quinn! (Don't worry, you won't wake him up or anything. Yeah, I guess you can touch him. Do it soft, though.)
A bloodthirsty, killer alien has boarded Sealab, and trapped the entire crew. His shimmering form is seemingly everywhere, rending flesh from human bones, as the remaining survivors cower on the bridge. Once again, it's up to the brave Dr. Quinn (with a little help from Old Gus and Dolphin Boy) to save the day.
Captain Murphy finds himself trapped under the monolithic "Bebop Cola" machine. For a year. During that time, he loses all of his teeth, battles an evil robot, and has poignant flashbacks to his childhood as the son of a hard-drinking carny. He also becomes addicted to scorpion venom.
"Tornado Shanks". When Murphy goes off to the Great Spice Wars, the crew of Sealab goes looking for a new captain. Well, not so much that as a new captain comes looking for them. Tornado Shanks is the name, football's the game. And by football we mean football against giant robots.
When the nuclear submarine “Aquarius” crashes into Sea Mount, Captain Murphy and the crew of Sealab must prevent its reactor from overheating and exposing the ocean floor to deadly radiation. They’ll need all the courage and determination they can muster to prevent an environmental catastrophe.
Join Prescott, the many-tentacled network executive, as he goes behind-the-scenes of Sealab. Will the show be canceled? Burned to the ground? Will there be a spin-off? And hey: what's up with that weird smell coming from Estrada's trailer?
Captain Murphy is horrified to discover that his beloved HappyCake Oven? ("Makes real cupcakes!") is missing from Sealab. He orders the reluctant crew to search for it in a submersible, and they are attacked by a mutated-giant-killer squid. Meanwhile, Sparks continues his fiendish quest for world domination.
Having nothing better to do, Murphy hires a high-priced feng shui master to 'harmonize' Sealab. As the renovations run into the millions, Quinn suspects that 'Master Loo' may not be the man Murphy thinks he is. We can't tell you the ending, but you better get ready for the ultimate extreme karate smackdown! Hi-yah!
"ASHDTV". What's better than a TV? An HDTV. And what's better than that? An ASHDTV. And what does the AS stand for? You probably guessed Adult Swim. But it's Asteroid Smasher. And that's what the crew of Sealab stole from Spacelab. And that's what they're down in the lounge watching. Right this very minute.
A mysterious illness sweeps through the corridors of Sealab like a wildfire. A germy, icky, nosebleedy wildfire. As Sparks and his gang search for Feverheads to bash and Quinn searches desperately for a cure, Debbie makes preparations for her best 30th birthday ever. So get the pig in the ground and the beer on ice!
Marco has a dark and terrible secret, which threatens the very survival of the entire Sealab crew. "What could it be?" you ask. Well, that's a fair question.
Stormy and Quinn narrowly escape a nuclear catastrophe, only to be trapped in an underwater cave by a thirty foot, ravenous Great White! And they've only got 10 minutes of oxygen remaining! Actually, in the time it took you to read that, they're probably down to about 9:45…and now it's 9:40…and…you get the ideer.