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    Yeah, it's just not going to be the same without Phil...

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    Every time our local TV weatherman shows a satellite photo of Earth, I take a look to see what it's like in the Bering Sea. The crab fishermen are up there now, hunting for opilio crab. And from what I've seen in the photos (at least what I'm guessing it's like based on the cloud cover), those guys are not having an easy time of it....

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    Hard to believe the 7th? season will be on next week? with a 2 hour season premiere? Wow... where does the time go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    Hard to believe the 7th? season will be on next week? with a 2 hour season premiere? Wow... where does the time go?
    Yeah, I know. I'm looking forward to seeing the premiere myself. It'll be interesting to see how Josh and Jake Harris do, crab fishing without Phil in the wheelhouse. This'll be the first season since he died....
    I'm also interested in how Sig and Edgar Hansen deal with the fact that Edgar's serious about leaving the Northwestern for good, in order to spend more time with his wife and kids. Hopefully, they'll start grooming someone to fill Edgar's shoes as deck boss.

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    DV-R on my computer was set to record the season opener... but, for some reason my tv tunner card was on the fritz. I ended up having to restore my system (again... 3rd time in less then a month) After getting some bad mailware i couldnt seem to get rid of. I did catch about 3/4 of it... Jake harris is NOT off to a good start...even though he is clean. No suprise Jake anderson is aiming for the wheel house already. But, he's a good egg in my book and i wish him the best of luck.

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    Maybe it's just me... but, deadliest catch has just lost it's excitement touch to me. I used to countdown the hours to a new episode... now... it's kinda like, so what...I dont wanna say its got to do with Phils passing... but, it's not the same show. The Northwesterns lost it's magic cause of all the over dramatic drama. I dont know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    Maybe it's just me... but, deadliest catch has just lost it's excitement touch to me. I used to countdown the hours to a new episode... now... it's kinda like, so what...I dont wanna say its got to do with Phils passing... but, it's not the same show. The Northwesterns lost it's magic cause of all the over dramatic drama. I dont know.
    Hang in there, Cloud. Those guys on the fishing boats are dealing with life's changes, just like you and I are. Nothing stays the same; not even life in the Bering Sea crab fleet.
    I for one intend to keep watching the show - I'm curious to see how certain situations on different boats will turn out. We've got a greenhorn on Capt. Jr.'s boat who's near his breaking point after only a short time on board; Jake Harris is suspected of smoking weed on the Cornelia Marie; and the sitch with Jake Anderson and Edgar Hansen on the Northwestern is shaping up to become a major drama. I'm looking forward to next week's ep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    Maybe it's just me... but, deadliest catch has just lost it's excitement touch to me. I used to countdown the hours to a new episode... now... it's kinda like, so what...I dont wanna say its got to do with Phils passing... but, it's not the same show. The Northwesterns lost it's magic cause of all the over dramatic drama. I dont know.
    Hang in there, Cloud. Those guys on the fishing boats are dealing with life's changes, just like you and I are. Nothing stays the same; not even life in the Bering Sea crab fleet.
    I for one intend to keep watching the show - I'm curious to see how certain situations on different boats will turn out. We've got a greenhorn on Capt. Jr.'s boat who's near his breaking point after only a short time on board; Jake Harris is suspected of smoking weed on the Cornelia Marie; and the sitch with Jake Anderson and Edgar Hansen on the Northwestern is shaping up to become a major drama. I'm looking forward to next week's ep.
    Yea, I believe Jake Harris went back to drugs and, sad to say, he probably wont quit for good. And I agree with the NW drama is about to kick it up judging by the previews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    Maybe it's just me... but, deadliest catch has just lost it's excitement touch to me. I used to countdown the hours to a new episode... now... it's kinda like, so what...I dont wanna say its got to do with Phils passing... but, it's not the same show. The Northwesterns lost it's magic cause of all the over dramatic drama. I dont know.
    Hang in there, Cloud. Those guys on the fishing boats are dealing with life's changes, just like you and I are. Nothing stays the same; not even life in the Bering Sea crab fleet.
    I for one intend to keep watching the show - I'm curious to see how certain situations on different boats will turn out. We've got a greenhorn on Capt. Jr.'s boat who's near his breaking point after only a short time on board; Jake Harris is suspected of smoking weed on the Cornelia Marie; and the sitch with Jake Anderson and Edgar Hansen on the Northwestern is shaping up to become a major drama. I'm looking forward to next week's ep.
    Yea, I believe Jake Harris went back to drugs and, sad to say, he probably wont quit for good. And I agree with the NW drama is about to kick it up judging by the previews.
    Well, don't forget that Jake and his brother Josh are still dealing with their father's loss as well as coping with the responsibilities that come with being part-owners now of the Cornelia Marie. If you recall from last season, Jake took Phil's death a lot harder than Josh did, and we all saw him retreat into a drugged-out haze to try and dull the pain he was feeling.
    Obviously, Jake still needs help in coping with all this stuff. He also still needs counseling on his drug abuse. It's possible for him to quit for good one day, once he realizes what he's doing to himself and takes that lesson to heart. But that day hasn't come yet. But he can quit, if he sets his mind to it - we all have that potential deep within us.

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    Jake Probably took it harder seeing as the fact that it wasn't to long after he broke the news to his dad, that his dad feel out with that stroke. That probably was the final straw that put Phil into that. It was bad enough deal with all the stresses Phil had to deal with but, when your son comes up and says hes a drug user. But, Jake has serious issues with being responsible to begin with. Look at just the begining of this season that Jake was AWOL. He's just was to uncaring and cocky. I was hoping his fathers passing would not be invein and he'd clean up and fly right but, he seems to wanna use it as crutch. Josh on the other hand... i think he will go far. it's sad but, just like me and my brother... were just complete opposites in those ways.

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