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Gold Rush Star James Harness Dead at 57

Gold Rush star James Harness died last week after suffering a stroke the week prior, TMZ reports. Harness was fired from the Discovery Channel show after appearing throughout the first two seasons for failing to show up to work. See other cele… Read more

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Bones in Parker's Paydirt
01:07 — In this bonus scene, Parker's crew shows us one of the stranger things they've found while mining Scribner Creek.
Tony Beets' Dredge Is Losing Gold
01:52 — Tony and foreman Gene Cheeseman head to their tailings pile to figure out why the dredge is underperforming.
Parker Schnabel Pays Todd Hoffman a Visit
01:47 — Parker heads to McKinnon Creek to sell Todd a dozer and check out his operation.
Five Things About Tony Beets
03:13 — His first love was suger and he loves hugs! This and more on a special video from The Dirt!

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Wed Jan 18 2:00pm
Gold RushGame Over(Season 7, Episode 11) DSC

Todd's dreams of Oregon gold are crushed, as departures continue at the Buckland signal; Parker takes a risk to keep Sluicifer fed; and Tony makes a critical error in his rush to get Power Barge in the water.

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Wed Jan 18 3:00pm
Gold RushAbandonment(Season 7, Episode 12) DSC

Todd struggles to continue mining after his crew quits; Parker recklessly damages his truck's air hoses while transporting the wash plant; and Tony discovers his dredge is blowing gold out of the sluices.

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Wed Jan 18 4:00pm
Gold RushLifeline(Season 7, Episode 13) DSC

The remnants of the Hoffman crew are at their lowest when someone sends good news to Todd; Tony runs aground after firing his barge captain; and Rick Ness gets Parker's second operation running.

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