History Series / DeadliestCatch

6th Nov '16 9:12:06 PM bombadil211
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* TheReliableOne:
** Although everyone likes to talk about how Edgar keeps the ''Northwestern'' running, Norman is really the most reliable member of that crew, quietly doing his job with none of the tantrums and drama that the other crewmembers bring to the boat.
** Aboard the ''Saga'', Nick "Sunshine" Tokman has become this for Jake, being the one who is able to catch the tricks deckhands use to try and get out of trouble with their captain.
14th Oct '16 4:32:49 PM nombretomado
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*** He repeated that "advice" to answer a question from FaceBook about how much it costs to get started in the fishing industry.

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*** He repeated that "advice" to answer a question from FaceBook Website/{{Facebook}} about how much it costs to get started in the fishing industry.
25th Aug '16 4:43:31 PM nombretomado
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''Deadliest Catch'' is a long-running (in its 11th season and counting) DocuSoap RealityTV show on The DiscoveryChannel that follows crews of fishermen during their two seasons on the rough Bering Sea seeking a valuable commodity -- the [[GiantEnemyCrab enormous red king crab]] around October, and the opilio or snow crab around January. It is repeatedly stated that this is the "deadliest job in the world", and tragedy does occur, such as the sinking of other ships, as well as serious injuries and near-fatal accidents on the featured boats. The opilio season is particularly dangerous due to weather concerns. The show debuted in April, 2005 and is still ongoing.

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''Deadliest Catch'' is a long-running (in its 11th season and counting) DocuSoap RealityTV show on The DiscoveryChannel Creator/DiscoveryChannel that follows crews of fishermen during their two seasons on the rough Bering Sea seeking a valuable commodity -- the [[GiantEnemyCrab enormous red king crab]] around October, and the opilio or snow crab around January. It is repeatedly stated that this is the "deadliest job in the world", and tragedy does occur, such as the sinking of other ships, as well as serious injuries and near-fatal accidents on the featured boats. The opilio season is particularly dangerous due to weather concerns. The show debuted in April, 2005 and is still ongoing.
17th Jul '16 5:10:07 PM Willbyr
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* CompanionShow: ''On Deck'' and ''The Bait''; both of which serve as a review of the previous episode with additional content, with ''On Deck'' featuring additional scenes and behind the scenes content, and ''The Bait'' focusing mainly on being part-recap, part-preview of the next episode coming on after it, and part antics/interviews with the crew.

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* CompanionShow: ''On Deck'' and ''The Bait''; Bait'', both of which serve as a review of the previous episode with additional content, with content. ''On Deck'' featuring features additional scenes and behind the scenes content, and while ''The Bait'' focusing focuses mainly on being part-recap, part-preview of the next episode coming on after it, and part antics/interviews part-antics/interviews with the crew.
16th Jul '16 11:07:00 PM Lirodon
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* CompanionShow: ''On Deck'' and ''The Bait''; both of which serve as a review of the previous episode with additional content, with ''On Deck'' featuring additional scenes and behind the scenes content, and ''The Bait'' focusing mainly on being part-recap, part-preview of the next episode coming on after it, and part antics/interviews with the crew.
31st May '16 2:03:35 PM TheFellMind
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** '''Prominent crew''': Edgar Hansen (co-owner/relief captain/deck boss, youngest Hansen brother), Norman Hansen (co-owner/engineer/deckhand, middle Hansen brother), Nick Mavar Jr. (deckhand, Jake Anderson's uncle), Rick [=McLeod=] (deckhand), Karl Rasmussen (greenhorn)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Edgar Hansen (co-owner/relief captain/deck boss, youngest Hansen brother), Norman Hansen (co-owner/engineer/deckhand, middle Hansen brother), Nick Mavar Jr. (deckhand, Jake Anderson's uncle), Matt Bradley (deckhand), Rick [=McLeod=] (deckhand), Karl Rasmussen (greenhorn)
27th May '16 12:22:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Captain Sig.
6th May '16 3:40:31 PM Lanthorn
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* DopeSlap (because there isn't an applicable page for Bitch Slap): Wild Bill gives a ''hard'' one to a greenhorn who was literally asleep at the wheel when he was supposed to be watching out for hazards.



* GroinAttack: Though not the usual kind: one member of Jake Harris' crew had an enlarged testicle that turned out to be a hernia ([[NauseaFuel his intestines were escaping into his sack]]). So of course--
-->'''Capt. Casey''': Hey you guys, come take a look at this!\\
'''''Cornelia Marie'' crew''': ''[[ShareTheMalePain AARGH!]]''



** Two in a row for the captains of the ''Cornelia Marie'': Casey helped a deckhand drain an infected cyst and got some blood and puss in his eye; the next episode they bore witness to another crewman's swollen testicle (a helpful graphic explained it was actually a hernia).



* TheNicknamer / EmbarrassingNickname(?): Wild Bill dubs his two greenhorns "The Swedish Twins" for no apparent reason (at least to the narrator) as they are neither Swedish nor twins.



** A ship came within touching distance of a man whose ship had sunk; unfortunately it was a giant car-carrier (the closest opening or rung was 20' above the water's surface, and on top of that there was a storm) and the people on board couldn't do anything but watch as the man drifted past.

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** A ship came within touching distance of a man whose ship had sunk; unfortunately it was a giant car-carrier (the closest opening or rung was 20' 20 feet above the water's surface, and on top of that there was a storm) and the people on board couldn't do anything but watch as the man drifted past.
21st Apr '16 1:36:49 PM TheFellMind
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** '''Prominent crew''': Edgar Hansen (co-owner/relief captain/deck boss, youngest Hansen brother), Norman Hansen (co-owner/engineer/deckhand, middle Hansen brother), Nick Mavar Jr. (deckhand, Jake Anderson's uncle), Matt Bradley (deckhand), Karl Rasmussen (greenhorn)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Edgar Hansen (co-owner/relief captain/deck boss, youngest Hansen brother), Norman Hansen (co-owner/engineer/deckhand, middle Hansen brother), Nick Mavar Jr. (deckhand, Jake Anderson's uncle), Matt Bradley Rick [=McLeod=] (deckhand), Karl Rasmussen (greenhorn)



** '''Prominent crew''': Monte Colburn (relief captain/Bairdi captain/deckhand/Keith's brother), Gary Soper (1st Mate/deck boss), Lenny Lekanoff (engineer), Freddy Maughtai (deckhand), Roger Schlosstein (deckhand, Robby's brother), Robby Schlosstein (deckhand, Roger's brother), Kevin Stafford (deckhand), Tyler Gateman (deckhand), Robert Sanders (deckhand)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Monte Colburn (relief captain/Bairdi captain/deckhand/Keith's brother), Gary Soper (1st Mate/deck (first mate/deck boss), Lenny Lekanoff (engineer), Freddy Maughtai (deckhand), Eddie Hernandez (deckhand/engineer), Roger Schlosstein (deckhand, Robby's brother), Robby Schlosstein (deckhand, Roger's brother), Kevin Stafford (deckhand), Tyler Gateman (deckhand), Robert Sanders (deckhand)Jacob "JJ" James (greenhorn)



** '''Prominent crew''': Neal Hillstrand (co-owner/engineer, John and Andy's brother), Eddie Uwekoolani Sr. (deckhand), Eddie Uwekoolani Jr. (deckhand), Axel Hillstrand (deckhand, Neal's son), Jon [=McDaniel=] (deckhand), Phillip Hillstrand (greenhorn, Neal's other son), Michael Zinn (greenhorn)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Neal Hillstrand (co-owner/engineer, John and Andy's brother), Eddie Uwekoolani Sr. (deckhand), Eddie Uwekoolani Jr. (deckhand), Axel Hillstrand (deckhand, Neal's son), Jon [=McDaniel=] Freddy Maugatai (deckhand), Kyle Dyerly (deckhand), James Tommy (deckhand), Phillip Hillstrand (greenhorn, Neal's other son), Michael Zinn (greenhorn)son)



** '''Prominent crew''': Zach Larson (engineer/deckhand, Bill's son), Nick Morrow (deckhand), Nick [=McGlashon=] (deck boss), Myles Johnson (deckhand), Jon Borovina (greenhorn)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Zach Larson (engineer/deckhand, Bill's son), Nick Morrow (deckhand), Nick [=McGlashon=] [=McGlashan=] (deck boss), Myles Johnson Hunter Cooper (deckhand), Jon Borovina Mac White (deckhand), Ronnie James (greenhorn)



** '''Captain''': Elliot Neese (former), Jake Anderson (current)
** '''Prominent crew''': Jeff Folk (relief captain/deck boss), Scott Badger (engineer/deckhand), Gerry Wilson (deckhand), Kyle Hawk (deckhand), Wade Moore (greenhorn)

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** '''Captain''': Jake Anderson[[note]]currently; formerly Elliot Neese (former), Jake Anderson (current)
Neese[[/note]]
** '''Prominent crew''': Jeff Folk (relief captain/deck boss), Scott Badger (engineer/deckhand), Gerry Wilson Ole Helgevold (deckhand), Kyle Hawk Nick "Sunshine" Tokman (deckhand), Wade Moore Sean Dunlop (deckhand), Tim Boles (deckhand), Jaimie Smith (deckhand), Kenny Jensen (greenhorn)



** '''Prominent crew''': Josh Harris (owner/captain trainee), Casey [=McManus=] (captain/engineer), Travis Lofland (deckhand/cook), Jake Jolisbois (deckhand), Scott Hillstrand (deckhand), Tim Pennington (deckhand), Jason Shaw (deckhand)

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** '''Prominent crew''': Josh Harris (owner/captain trainee), Casey [=McManus=] (captain/engineer), Travis Lofland (deckhand/cook), Jake Jolisbois Jason Shaw (deckhand), Scott Hillstrand Bumper Del Mar (engineer), William Manchester (deckhand), Tim Pennington Kyle Craig (deckhand), Jason Shaw (deckhand)Daniel "Deejay" Campbell (greenhorn)
* ''Brenna A''
** '''Captain''': Sean Dwyer
** '''Prominent crew''': Tony "Boneyard" Bundy (deck boss), Britt Jandrey (deckhand), Tirey Cordrey (deckhand), Matt "Mavis" Davis (deckhand), Per Nesselquist (greenhorn)
** '''Owner''': Jenny Gore Dwyer (Sean's mother)



* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Season 10 ''Cape Caution'' greenhorn Kelly "Tinkerbell" Collins had apparently been begging Wild Bill for a chance on the Bering Sea... apparently it's a lot different than the Gulf of Mexico.
** Season 12 king crab/bairdi season had a quota increase, which is great until you realize you don't have enough time and space to catch everything.

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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor:
**
Season 10 ''Cape Caution'' greenhorn Kelly "Tinkerbell" Collins had apparently been begging Wild Bill for a chance on the Bering Sea...Sea ... apparently it's a lot different than the Gulf of Mexico.
** Season 12 12's king crab/bairdi season had a quota increase, which is great until you realize you [[AwesomeButImpractical don't have enough time and space space]] to catch everything.as much as you can.



* BreakTheCutie: Jake Anderson left the ''Northwestern'' to take a job as apprentice captain on the ''Kiska Sea''. It's an entirely different boat with an entirely different way of doing things, and as might be expected, he struggled to keep up. Captain Mike Wilson gave him some slack, but the rest of the crew rode his ass 24/7. Jake admitted in the Season 10 premiere that any pride he had in himself was beaten out of him by his experiences on the ''Kiska Sea.'' And then, when Edgar started talking to the camera about Jake's return to the ''Northwestern,'' it was clear that a lot of Edgar's respect for Jake was gone due to the way his last stint aboard the ''Northwestern'' ended.

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* BreakTheCutie: BreakTheCutie:
** Greenhorns, ''especially'' if they're the captain's own family.
**
Jake Anderson left full-stop. Culminates in season nine when [[spoiler:he's forced to go before Edgar to face punishment for punching his rival Matt by Edgar and completely loses his mind when he realizes that he's about to be fired and that Edgar will not cut him any slack]]. Jake ended up leaving the ''Northwestern'' to take a job as apprentice captain on the ''Kiska Sea''. It's Sea'', an entirely different boat with an entirely different way of doing things, and as might be expected, he struggled to keep up. Captain Mike Wilson gave him some slack, but the rest of the crew rode his ass 24/7. Jake admitted in the Season 10 premiere that any pride he had in himself was beaten out of him by his experiences on the ''Kiska Sea.'' And then, when Edgar started talking to the camera about Jake's return to the ''Northwestern,'' ''Northwestern'', it was clear that a lot of Edgar's respect for Jake was gone due to the way his last stint aboard the ''Northwestern'' ended.ended.
** Sig Hanson instructed Edgar and the rest of the ''Northwestern'' crew to make his daughter Mandy's life hell out on deck, in the hopes that she will tire of crab fishing and not want to return.



* BreakTheCutie:
** Greenhorns, ''especially'' if they're the captain's own family.
** Jake Anderson full-stop. Culminates in season nine when [[spoiler:he's forced to go before Edgar to face punishment for punching his rival Matt by Edgar and completely loses his mind when he realizes that he's about to be fired and that Edgar will not cut him any slack]].
** Sig Hanson instructed Edgar and the rest of the ''Northwestern'' crew to make his daughter Mandy's life hell out on deck, in the hopes that she will tire of crab fishing and not want to return.



-->'''Phil:''' [[NotAfraidToDie I'm not gonna be around much longer.]] ''*shrugs*'' I'm not. [[CigaretteOfAnxiety I...fuckin' smoke like a train]]...[[DrugsAreBad done every drug known to man]]...[[DarkAndTroubledPast that shit catches up with you.]]
* TheBusCameBack: Lenny retired from the ''Wizard'' during the start of season five. He came back for a single trip during opilio season when half of the crew was injured from a bad wave. Season six started with Lenny being back without a word.
* ButtMonkey: Wild Bill has been plagued with bad luck since returning to the Bering Sea in season six. He seems to have trouble finding the crab, and when he ''does'' find it, usually something goes seriously wrong--often a mechanical failure of some kind.
** Here's what happened to him in season 12: The hydros on the launcher broke, the sorting table's leg got broken twice, his greenhorn's finger got badly infected, no one noticed the tank wasn't filled with water when they left so they were at risk for tipping over, while inspecting the empty tank they found a pipe had broken loose, and on top of that Bill learned that his quota was much less then he had been told (the last three happening on the same episode, on Super Bowl Sunday, which turned out to be not so good either).

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-->'''Phil:''' [[NotAfraidToDie I'm not gonna be around much longer.]] ''*shrugs*'' I'm not. [[CigaretteOfAnxiety I...I ... fuckin' smoke like a train]]...train]] ... [[DrugsAreBad done every drug known to man]]...man]] ... [[DarkAndTroubledPast that shit catches up with you.]]
* TheBusCameBack: TheBusCameBack:
**
Lenny retired from the ''Wizard'' during the start of season five. He came back for a single trip during opilio season when half of the crew was injured from a bad wave. Season six started with Lenny being back without a word.
word, although he seemingly retired for good after Season 11.
** Deckhand Mac White was a prominent fixture aboard the ''Seabrooke'' during its entire time featured on the show. When the ship was no longer part of Deadliest Catch after Season 10, he left with it -- until "Wild" Bill hired him as a deckhand on the ''Cape Caution'' in Season 12.
* ButtMonkey: Wild Bill has been plagued with bad luck since returning to the Bering Sea in season six. Season 6. He seems to have trouble finding the crab, and when he ''does'' find it, usually something goes seriously wrong--often wrong -- often a mechanical failure of some kind.
** Here's what happened to him in season 12: The hydros
kind. In Season 11, it devolved into a TraumaCongaLine: the hydraulics on the launcher broke, the sorting table's leg got broken twice, his greenhorn's finger got badly infected, no one noticed the tank wasn't filled with water when they left so they were at risk for tipping over, while inspecting the empty tank they found a pipe had broken loose, and on top of that Bill learned that his quota was much less then he had been told (the last three happening on the same episode, on Super Bowl Sunday, which turned out to be not so good either).



* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Usually, when a female crew member or family member works on one of the crab boats, she is the only woman on board.



* {{Squick}}: [[invoked]] "Wild Bill" is grossed out by the "drinking cod blood" ritual greenhorns on the ''Cape Caution'' go through.

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* {{Squick}}: [[invoked]] "Wild Bill" Invoked by "Wild" Bill, who is grossed out by the "drinking cod blood" ritual greenhorns on the ''Cape Caution'' go through.



** Elliot's current girlfriend could be this as she was going to be the ''Saga''[='s=] cook (assuming Elliot's kidney infection didn't get any worse and prevent them from fishing).

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** Elliot's current one-time girlfriend could be this Jessica may have been this, as she was going to be the ''Saga''[='s=] cook (assuming Elliot's kidney infection didn't get any worse and prevent them from fishing). [[WeHardlyKnewYe She only stayed around for one crab season.]]
** Captain Sean Dwyer's mother, Jenny Gore Dwyer, is prominently featured as the owner of the ''Brenna A'' and appears to be good friends with the crew.
17th Apr '16 5:30:30 PM Berrenta
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** Subverted in Season 6 King Crab with Wild Bill's son, Zack Larson.
*** ItGotBetter as Zack Larson was on the ''Kodiak'' for Season 7 and is still under him on the ''Cape Caution'' in season 11 as the ship's engineer. Season 8 revealed that Bill didn't think he was pulling his weight, though Zack's tweets seemed to indicate he didn't see anything unusual about it (or at least didn't consider it to be "yelling")
*** Wild Bill: "Zack's a great kid, he just has no balls". Considering Wild Bill's dad was a ''[[DrillSergeantNasty Marine drill sergeant]]'' who was so scary that young Bill would leave as soon as he got home, Bill's concern for his son -- who he didn't even want to become a crabber -- is positively cuddly. The other captains chime in that their dads were the same (with the addition that their dads would tell everyone ''but'' their kids how proud they were of them), although BadAssGrandpa[=s=] tended to be pretty cool.

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** Subverted in Season 6 King Crab with Wild Bill's son, Zack Larson.
*** ItGotBetter
Larson. It got better as Zack Larson was on the ''Kodiak'' for Season 7 and is still under him on the ''Cape Caution'' in season 11 as the ship's engineer. Season 8 revealed that Bill didn't think he was pulling his weight, though Zack's tweets seemed to indicate he didn't see anything unusual about it (or at least didn't consider it to be "yelling")
*** ** Wild Bill: "Zack's a great kid, he just has no balls". Considering Wild Bill's dad was a ''[[DrillSergeantNasty Marine drill sergeant]]'' who was so scary that young Bill would leave as soon as he got home, Bill's concern for his son -- who he didn't even want to become a crabber -- is positively cuddly. The other captains chime in that their dads were the same (with the addition that their dads would tell everyone ''but'' their kids how proud they were of them), although BadAssGrandpa[=s=] tended to be pretty cool.
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