History NightmareFuel / DeadliestCatch

1st Apr '16 8:48:27 AM TomWalpertac2
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* At the end of the fourth episode of Season 2, the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of a storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fishermen calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''Film/{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.

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* At the end of the fourth episode of Season 2, the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of a storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off onto its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fishermen calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''Film/{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.
20th Aug '15 8:47:22 PM bombadil211
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** Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, are dealing with a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board[[note]]Arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics.[[/note]]. After slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck, Johnathan gives him a dressing down. The guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, to removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and even towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul harbor, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.

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** * Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, are dealing with a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board[[note]]Arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics.[[/note]]. After slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck, Johnathan gives him a dressing down. The guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, to removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and even towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul harbor, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.
17th Jun '15 12:33:53 PM SwordsageRagnar
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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board[[note]]Arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics.[[/note]]. After slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck, Johnathan gives him a dressing down. The guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul harbor, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.

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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when are dealing with a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board[[note]]Arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics.[[/note]]. After slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck, Johnathan gives him a dressing down. The guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, to removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and even towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul harbor, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.
17th Jun '15 3:42:05 AM SwordsageRagnar
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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board, arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics. Then it escalates, with the troublesome crew member slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck. After Johnathan gives him a dressing down, the guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.

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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board, arguing board[[note]]Arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics. Then it escalates, with the troublesome crew member antics.[[/note]]. After slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and causing more strife on deck. After deck, Johnathan gives him a dressing down, the down. The guy decides to retaliate by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul, Paul harbor, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious he was.
17th Jun '15 3:36:16 AM SwordsageRagnar
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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board, arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics. Then it escalates, with the troublesome crew member slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and then trying to go after Axel, another deck hand. After Johnathan gives him a dressing down, the guy decides to retaliate then starts making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent. Not exactly something anyone wants to think about in the middle of the ocean, is a crew member clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat, wondering how serious they are.

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** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board, arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics. Then it escalates, with the troublesome crew member slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and then trying to go after Axel, another deck hand. causing more strife on deck. After Johnathan gives him a dressing down, the guy decides to retaliate then starts by making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent. Not exactly something anyone wants to think about in the middle of the ocean, is a violent as he's getting kicked off. The crew member was clearly creeped out by the guy, whose clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat, boat in the middle of the dangerous Bearing Sea, wondering how serious they are.he was.
16th Jun '15 7:27:33 PM SwordsageRagnar
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** The crewman on the processor "Alaska Junis" who got hit by a snapped cable in the head -- to wit, that was almost a carbon copy of the hit Nick Mavar on the ''Northwestern'' took to the nose a season ago. That guy wasn't lucky enough.

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** The crewman on the processor "Alaska Junis" who got hit by a snapped cable in the head -- to wit, that was almost a carbon copy of the hit Nick Mavar on the ''Northwestern'' took to the nose a season ago. That guy wasn't lucky enough.enough.
** Happens to Johnathan Hilstrand and the Time Bandit's crew at the start of Opies 2015, when a new hire, a salted veteran of the fishing grounds, keeps causing strife on board, arguing with how the crew does things, making false accusations that some of the younger Hilstrands on deck are complacent due to the ship being part of their family, and generally wasting people's time with his antics. Then it escalates, with the troublesome crew member slapping a greenhorn in the face unprovoked, and then trying to go after Axel, another deck hand. After Johnathan gives him a dressing down, the guy decides to retaliate then starts making threats ''on camera'' about sabotaging the boat, such as throwing out of season crab into the tank to make the boat suffer a huge fine, removing parts from the engines or causing an engine failure, generic "tear up this ship" threats, and towards Captain Johnathan. It's bad enough that it forces the Time Bandit back to St. Paul, and police are called keep an eye on things, if the now fired deckhand started getting violent. Not exactly something anyone wants to think about in the middle of the ocean, is a crew member clearly not all there in the head happily telling people he's going to sabotage their boat, wondering how serious they are.
25th Apr '15 8:26:01 PM bassmedic87
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** The ''Northwestern'' had an undetected slack tank (a tank partially filled with water) that compromised the stability of the vessel. They only avoided sinking because Edgar's intuition told him to look in the tank (which was about to be covered in pots).

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** The ''Northwestern'' had an undetected slack tank (a tank partially filled with water) that compromised the stability of the vessel. They only avoided sinking because Edgar's intuition told him to look in the tank (which was about to be covered in pots). Eerily, this is what sank the ''Foremost'', the ''Northwestern's'' predecessor captained by the Hansens' father.
23rd Apr '15 4:03:24 AM erforce
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* At the end of the fourth episode of Season 2, the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of a storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fishermen calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.

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* At the end of the fourth episode of Season 2, the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of a storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fishermen calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''TheBlairWitchProject'' ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''{{REC}}''.''Film/{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.
1st Sep '14 10:12:08 PM karategal
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* At the end of the fourth episode of season 2 the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of the storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits it, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fisher calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.

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* At the end of the fourth episode of season 2 Season 2, the ''Aleutian Ballad'' takes a sixty foot rogue wave in the middle of the a storm. It was a hard enough hit to knock the boat off its side. The camera captured it all when the wave hits it, hits, knocking the camera loose, making interference. Then the camera pauses, the power goes out on the boat, while the camera lays there, the power flickers, and the viewer can hear numerous fisher fishermen calling to each other constantly saying 'hello!' and 'are you okay!?'...and all the while it's during the end credits. It was a lot like something out of ''TheBlairWitchProject'' or ''{{REC}}''. Scary stuff.



* Seeing Phil with a giant "divot" in his head where his skull was removed and his brains ([[YouFailBiologyForever or something]]) bulging out against the skin is squicky enough, and then you realize that despite the successful surgery and his chipper attitude it ultimately didn't save him....

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* Seeing Phil with a giant "divot" in his head where his skull was removed and his brains ([[YouFailBiologyForever or something]]) bulging out against the skin is squicky enough, and then you realize that despite the successful surgery and his chipper attitude attitude, it ultimately didn't save him....



** [[spoiler:To some people with medical training, Chris's condition might seem to be a simple case of hyperventilation. However, he had complained of numbness and tingling in his arm that before the convulsions started...which indicates that it could have been a heart attack. In fact, Chris himself said on "After the Catch" that he came damn close to having one during this whole ordeal. Pretty shocking, considering he's only 20 years old, but not unheard of. In any case, Chris revealed during that "After the Catch" that what happened was a "total body shutdown."]]

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** [[spoiler:To some people with medical training, Chris's condition might seem to be a simple case of hyperventilation. However, he had complained of numbness and tingling in his arm that before the convulsions started...which indicates that it could have been a heart attack. In fact, Chris himself said on "After the Catch" that he came damn close to having one during this whole ordeal. Pretty shocking, considering he's only 20 years old, 20-years-old, but not unheard of. In any case, Chris revealed during that "After the Catch" that what happened was a "total body shutdown."]]



** During the June 26, 2012 ''After the Catch'' episode, Keith Coburn revealed that the 2012 opilio season was ''literally'' Nightmare Fuel for him - he had post-traumatic nightmares for ''three weeks'' after he got home from it.
** Mike Vandervelt on the Kodiak had the tip of his ring finger cut off when his hand got caught between the launcher and a pot when he slipped clearing ice off deck.
** The crewman on the processor "Alaska Junis" who got hit by a snapped cable in the head - to wit, that was almost a carbon copy of the hit Nick Mavar on the Northwestern took to the nose a season ago. That guy wasn't lucky enough.

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** During the June 26, 2012 ''After the Catch'' episode, Keith Coburn revealed that the 2012 opilio season was ''literally'' Nightmare Fuel for him - -- he had post-traumatic nightmares for ''three weeks'' after he got home from it.
** Mike Vandervelt on the Kodiak ''Kodiak'' had the tip of his ring finger cut off when his hand got caught between the launcher and a pot when after he slipped clearing ice off deck.
** The crewman on the processor "Alaska Junis" who got hit by a snapped cable in the head - -- to wit, that was almost a carbon copy of the hit Nick Mavar on the Northwestern ''Northwestern'' took to the nose a season ago. That guy wasn't lucky enough.
27th May '13 8:53:48 PM MarsJenkar
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** [[spoiler:Unless you're knowledgeable about that sort of thing, in which case you'd recognize it as hyperventilation, which could have been remedied by, among other things, putting a bag over his face.]]
** [[spoiler:The numbness and tingling in his arm that he complained about before the convulsions started made it sound like it could have been a heart attack - in fact, Chris himself said on "After the Catch" that he came damn close to having one during this whole ordeal. Pretty shocking, considering he's only 20 years old, but not unheard of. In any case, Chris revealed during that "After the Catch" that what happened was a "total body shutdown."]]

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** [[spoiler:Unless you're knowledgeable about that sort of thing, in which [[spoiler:To some people with medical training, Chris's condition might seem to be a simple case you'd recognize it as hyperventilation, which could have been remedied by, among other things, putting a bag over his face.]]
** [[spoiler:The
of hyperventilation. However, he had complained of numbness and tingling in his arm that he complained about before the convulsions started made it sound like started...which indicates that it could have been a heart attack - in attack. In fact, Chris himself said on "After the Catch" that he came damn close to having one during this whole ordeal. Pretty shocking, considering he's only 20 years old, but not unheard of. In any case, Chris revealed during that "After the Catch" that what happened was a "total body shutdown."]]
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