02:01 — Check out a sneak peek at what the Captains will face during Opilio season as the icy waters of the Bearing Sea show no mercy.
02:32 — Edgar recalls the time Sig asked him, "What's coming out of your arm?!"
02:15 — Jake Anderson welcomes a new member to his and the Deadliest Catch family. Do we have a new skipper in the making?
01:59 — If it weren't for one mistake Sig would have never appeared on Deadliest Catch.
03:22 — After it becomes a question of who's running the boat, Danny threatens Johnathan's entire operation.
01:05 — After a successful Opilio Season the Cornelia Marie has a close encounter of the crabby kind.
03:17 — Former greenhorn Amy Majors talks about crab fishing with Keith Colburn and proving herself.
02:47 — To upgrade his father's boat Captain Josh Harris had to gamble big, but it might come back to bite him if he can't perform.
02:53 — After a perfect King Crab season, Josh and Casey could have their Bairdi season ruined by a simple mistake.
02:07 — Johnathan Hillstrand nearly loses a deckhand when a huge wave breaks on the Time Bandit.
01:19 — Casey talks about the dangers of being at sea for extended periods of time and gets deeply real and person about his own experience.
02:56 — Unfortunate circumstances lead to a friendship none of us thought would ever happen.
03:11 — Edgar's son Erik joins the crew as the newest greenhorn for bairdi season, and he gets a classic Northwestern welcome.
03:49 — The Bairdi season claims its first casualty on the Wizard.
02:35 — The Cornelia Marie ends the season by becoming a wedding venue, complete with cake, carnations, and of course crabs.
02:52 — From fired to hired, find out what boat Freddy will be returning to this season.
04:04 — The Fourtner Report is on the go! Check in with Mike Fourtner as he interviews Edgar Hansen.
02:43 — An injury calls into question Edgar's chance at running the Northwestern this Bairdi season and creates tension with Sig.
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- Premiered: April 12, 2005
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Profiling crab fishermen in Alaskan waters. (more)