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DEADLIEST CATCH | EPISODE TITLE: Bering Sea Salvation
Original Air Date: May 1, 2007

Season: 3

Crab Count:
Wizard - 385,000 lbs.
Cornelia Marie - 298,000 lbs.
Northwestern - 284,000 lbs.
Farwest Leader - 171,000 lbs.
Maverick - 88,000 lbs.
Time Bandit - 40,000 lbs.

SYNOPSIS: After the harrowing rescue of a nearby boat's fallen deckhand, Captain Johnathan Hillstrand on the Time Bandit recounts the rescue attempt he made nine years ago that ended in tragedy. To calm down from the adrenaline rush and get back to normal, he and his crew do what they do best: start dropping gear. They've been pulling weak pots all season; however, after they start hauling in record-breaking numbers, their focus shifts to the friendly captain's wager made before the season. The Time Bandit is back in contention, and the one skipper hot on their heels is Captain Blake Painter on the Maverick. One bad string has thrown off Blake's numbers, but when he finds out he's doing better than both Captain Sig on the Northwestern and Captain Phil on the Cornelia Marie, the young rookie skipper remains confident that he can pull out a win. After a record off-load last episode, Captain Sig is right back on the crab, hauling up huge pots of keepers. If they can keep up the killer pace, Matt Bradley will make his court date and avoid jail time. Onboard the Wizard, the crew is struggling to make their final off-load. Captain Keith Colburn needs his whole team in action, so he pulls a loose stitch out of injured engineer Lenny's finger and sends him out on deck. The end of the king crab season is drawing near, and all across the fleet captains and crews are digging in and starting the long grind to the finish line.

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CATCHY QUOTES
MEMORABLE MOMENTS
  • I never thought I'd meet a man today in the Bering Sea who would be my new friend and he told me he loved me. (about Josh White) - Deckhand Russ Newberry - Time Bandit

  • There's no crying in crab fishing. (to a deckhand after he cut himself with a cod knife) - Captain Blake Painter - Maverick

  • My first thought was how in the heck could you fall off a boat and keep your glasses and your hat. (to Josh White) - Deckhand Russ Newberry - Time Bandit

  • I'm not out here to make friends. I'm out here to make money. - Captain Blake Painter - Maverick

  • You ain't a man 'til you pull a tooth out with a pair of pliers. - Captain Phil Harris - Cornelia Marie

  • 151 crab in that pot. I'm not gonna tell nobody. They won't believe us. - Captain Johnathan Hillstrand - Time Bandit
  • Andy Hillstrand of the Time Bandit does the moonwalk with his cowboy hat on in celebration of a large pot of crab.

  • Deckhand Matt Bradley of the Northwestern reads a letter of encouragement from a fan that has also struggled with addiction.

  • When, after being pulled from the Bering Sea by the Time Bandit, Josh White announces that it's his 31st birthday.


EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS
  • On the Cornelia Marie Deckhand Jake Harris pulls his own tooth out with a pair of pliers while his father eggs him on.

  • Captain Johnathan of the Time Bandit does his crab jig when they land on the mother load of King Crab.

  • The montage at the end of the episode that shows the Time Bandit just raking in the crab.



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MAJOR SETBACKS
VICTORIES







  • Time Bandit pulling pots with over a 100 average.

  • The Northwestern offloads $800,000 worth of crab and head back out for more.

  • The Maverick offloads $168,000 worth of crab and head back out for more.

  • On the Wizard Captain Keith Colburn pulls Deckhand Lenny Lekanoff's stitches so he can head back on deck to work.

  • Captain Blake Painter of the Maverick strikes out on his own in search of crab and pulls up huge pots.
MOST HAIR-RAISING MOMENTS
  • During the offload of the Wizard's crab there is a near brawl when the dock foreman asks Deckhand Nick Maurer who is watching the crab tallies to come help offload the crab. Captain Keith is none too pleased when he finds Nick not at his post and an argument breaks out.







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