The guys will have a little send-up for the "Deadliest Greenhorn," as they bring Kevin Davis to the table, and finally, they'll celebrate some of the most notorious pranks, both at sea and on shore.
Mysteries at Sea has our captains and deckhands swapping stories of some of the more peculiar aspects of crab fishing.
The fishermen will swap stories of the worst storms they remember; these are harrowing near-death tales of extraordinary focus at the helm.
Overboard opens the series with some of the Bering Sea's greatest stories of successful and failed rescue attempts.
The guys have a little send-up for the "Deadliest Greenhorn" and celebrate some of the most notorious pranks at sea and on shore.
Former greenhorn Chris Scambler joins Captain Keith Colburn on After the Catch.
Johnathan Hillstrand tried his hand at being a cowboy and it didn't go so well.
The captains of Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch swap stories about the crab fishing season and what happened beyond what was seen on the show.
The captains share stories about Phil's legendary determination and cool.
Miserable conditions and a crappy season cause negative attitudes to spread like wildfire on the Time Bandit.
Deckhand Russell Newberry joins the table to look back at how he has been passed from boat to boat.
Keith loses a bet and has to climb the Wizard's ice-covered mast in his underwear.
The Kodiak's Wild Bill joins the table to talk about his nickname and his challenging King Crab season.
The captains hop on airboats in the Louisiana marshland to hunt down wild hogs in the first annual Phil Harris Wild Hog Hunt.
Captains and sons remember Phil's legendary crab fishing spot.
Andy pulls a fast one on Wild Bill during a crayfish outing on the Louisiana bayou.
Captains and deckhands take a look back of some of the Kodiak's dangerous mistakes.
Deckhand Freddy Maugatai reveals a little of his private life and his deep love for Capt. Phil and the Cornelia Marie Crew.
The captains promise the Harris boys a spot on a boat, but Josh still hopes to keep the Cornelia Marie.