Deadliest Catch

Season 4 Episode 8

No Season for Old Men

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 27, 2008 on Discovery Channel
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As the king crab season comes to an end, a totally exhausted crew fills the Northwestern's crab tanks to the brim. Cornelia Marie has a blackout. North American does a "Hail Mary". Wizard and Time Bandit race for the "String of the Week" prize.

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  • Overall all right ending for Red Crab season.....

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    Wow it was mutiny on the Dawn, that was harsh for sure. I didn't feel right about it and really felt pitty for the skipper and then seeing the crew laughing wow that is all I can say. I wonder just wonder if it was a little pay back or not by the owners son for attempting to get him fired, it was only a thought I doubt he really did it for that reason.



    And my lovely NW, poor Edger getting hit by the hook. Ouch, darn that had to hurt but he got up and kept going. And poor Jake felt so bad. But after all their hard hard work the NW still rocked into second place and brought home a awesome catch!



    TimeBandit, sweet to see that John's son comes back to help and the time him and John had. But Andy getting called away for family again, didn't that happen last season too that brother Andy got called off ship. Anyway TimeBandit takes home the Capt.'s bet with average of 75 crab string. And the whole deication to John and Andy's dad at the end was nice.



    Hey the hailmary worked for the NorthAmerican so I guess we get to see them again.



    Overall all right ending for Red Crab seasonmoreless
Eddie Uwekdolani

Eddie Uwekdolani

Time Bandit, Deckhand

John Hillstrand

John Hillstrand

Time Bandit, Captain

Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe

Narrator

Norman Hansen

Norman Hansen

Northwestern, Deckhand

Phil Harris (II)

Phil Harris (II)

Cornelia Marie, Captain

Eric Nyhammer

Eric Nyhammer

North American, Deckhand

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    • At the end of the episodes, the Time Bandit and the Hillstrand brothers pay tribute to their father who was buried in Alaska by lighting fireworks on deck and making a slow run by the side of the mountain that was his final resting place.

    • During this episode, Captain Andy Hillstrand once again leaves mid season for family business.  Johnathan's son, Scott, comes back to fill in on deck in Andy's place.

    • International Airdates:
      UK: June 25, 2008
      Canada: June 25, 2008
      Australia: September 3, 2008
      New Zealand: September 3, 2008

    • In the first airing of this episode in the US the Northwestern's crab count was, 370,000lbs, the final total was $1,600,000 worth of king crab for $48,000 per deckhand. But in repeats in was changed to 515,000 lbs, the final total was $2,600,000, and deckhand share went up to $59,000 each.

      Also, the Cornelia Marie's crab count, final total, and deckhand share was also changed. In the first airing of the episode it was 286,00 lbs, the final total was, $1,200,000 worth of king crab and $35,000 per deckhand. It was changed to 525,000 lbs, the final total was $2,100,000 total, and the deckhand share was $48,000.


      This corrected data also appears on the DVD release.

    • Final Total:

      The Cornelia Marie, $2,100,000 worth of king crab for $48,000 per

      The Northwestern, $2,600,000 worth of king crab, per $59,000 deckhand.

      The Time Bandit, $1,700,000 worth of king crab for $52,000 per deckhand.

      The Wizard, $1,500,000 worth of king crab for $31,000 per deckhand.

      The North American, $349,000 worth of king crab for $21,000 per deckhand.

      The Early Dawn, $523,000 worth of king crab for $28,000 per deckhand.

    • Crab Count:

      The Cornelia Marie: 525,000
      The Northwestern: 515,000
      The Time Bandit: 420,000
      The Wizard: 351,000
      The Early Dawn: 220,000
      The North American: 83,000

    • While the summary and in some of the previews for this episode showed that the Cornelia Marie suffered a blackout in heavy seas, it never aired in the first airing of the US.

    • Original title "The End in Sight"

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