Deadliest Catch

Season 2 Episode 10

Pribilof Stare

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 30, 2006 on Discovery Channel
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The freezing weather and the dangerous icing takes its toll on board the Cornelia Marie, when one of its deckhands, Dave Gilbert becomes the first victim, by falling on the deck. Also the Time Bandit atempts to navigates the northern ice pack and the Maverick must attempt a jury-rig repair of the shattered stiff arm.moreless

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    Andy Hillstrand

    Andy Hillstrand

    Time Bandit, Co-Captain, Deckhand

    Bryan Greer

    Bryan Greer

    Rollo, Engineer

    Christian Kirk

    Christian Kirk

    Rollo, Deckhand

    Corey Arnold

    Corey Arnold

    Rollo, Deckhand

    Dan Gilbert

    Dan Gilbert

    Cornelia Marie, Deckhand

    Dave Millman

    Dave Millman

    Cornelia Marie, Deckhand

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Mike Fourtner: I'm wondering if the boat-loading opie fairies came in the middle of the night.

      • Dave Millman: (On his injury) I can't be stupid about it, but at the same time, if I can walk I'm gonna want to work.

      • (after Edgar lit a fire to his enthusiasm with a blow torch)
        Nick Mavar: Try to get a 5 minute cat nap and they set you fire.

      • (about Nick Mavar)
        Sig Hansen: Some guys...it's worse. They take their personal lives up here with them and they sit here and dwell on things. You can't do your job when you're still at home in your mind.

    • NOTES (3)

      • In the European edition of this episode, the scene where Edgar attempted to light Nick on fire was cut, but they did air the moments before and after it. But, on the DVD version of this episode this scene did air.

      • The 'radar map' is modified in this episode. In addition to the land masses and the location of the boat(s) being focused on, it now shows the approximate extent of the ice pack which threatens to engulf the crab grounds

      • The Crab Count:
        The Maverick: 112,000 pounds
        The Rollo: 76,000 pounds
        The Time Bandit: 72,000 pounds
        The Cornelia Marie: 51,000 pounds
        The Northwestern: 10,000 pounds

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Title

        Its refers to a condition which Crab Fishermen defies as the "Pribilof Stare", which is, when the deckhands get so cold and dreary of the sea and work to the point were they do outrageous things that are hostile, aren't aware that they are doing it.

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