A viewer asks Heri Joensen if he would ever let his sons watch the Grind. His response is thoughtful, but Paul is skeptical of his reasoning.
Does Sea Shepherd plan on going back to the Faroes next year? Paul Watson gives his take.
Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd and Heri Joensen of the Faroe Islands square off in the first-ever live Whale Wars after-show. Find out what the grind is and how both sides frame their arguments.
Paul Watson called last year's Sea Shepherd campaign in the Faroe Islands "Operation Ferocious Isles." He is asked to defend this name directly to Heri Joensen, a Faroese Islander.
Paul Watson thinks that research in the near future could prove that whales are the most intelligent creatures on the planet. Heri Joensen thinks there's nothing to suggest that whales are more intelligent than pigs, and if you can kill a pig, wh ...
Heri Joensen contends that the grind has adapted and changed over the years to be more humane and that it only takes seconds for a whale to be killed. Paul Watson believes that the killing of intelligent creatures should be outlawed entirely.
Paul Watson and Heri Joensen discuss whether whale farming could be an option for the Faroese instead of herding and killing pilot whales from the wild.
Paul Watson and Heri Joensen discuss whether the Faroese people really need to eat whale meat as part of their diet.
Paul Watson and Heri Joensen debate whether there are many true supporters of Sea Shepherd living in the Faroe Islands.
Paul Watson and Heri Joensen give their final thoughts on the grind in the Faroe Islands. Also, watch a sneak peek of the next episode of Whale Wars: Viking Shores.