At the end of the episode, the Time Bandit's Hillstrand brothers were celebrating the end of the trip by playing "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister over the loudspeakers for the crew to enjoy!
For the first time in nearly 25 years, deck boss Edgar Hansen on the Northwestern sits out opie crab season, turning the duties of deck boss and engineer over to Jake Anderson.
Captain Tony Lara takes over the helm at the Cornelia Marie relieving Captain Derrick Roy who quit at the end of blue crab season.
Cornelia Marie deckhand Freddy Maugatai is now a deckhand on the Wizard after the failed blue crab season on board. He promised Josh that if he ever bought the Cornelia Marie, he'd come back and be Josh's bait boy.
Relief captain Derrick Ray arrives towards the end of the episode to fill in for the ailing Phil Harris to help the Cornelia Marie crew finish catching their quota.
After the Northwestern and Cornelia Marie changed deckhands, the plan to get them back to their own boats was to tie both Jake Anderson and Jake Harris to buoys. Jake Harris's transfer went smoothly while Jake Anderson's rescue had complications due to ocean currents and the boat pitching. It is revealed in this episode that Northwestern deckhand Nick Mavar skippered a salmon tendering boat over the summer and lost a man which was the reason why he was so upset over how the events of his nephew Jake Anderson's rescue from the ocean went down.
Goof: While the episode states that it was the final 24 hours of the Opilio season, but that isn't so. The Icy Mist got grounded on the island on February 25, 2009, so in fact the Opilio season while well on the way. However, it may have been the final 24 hours for the Four Vessel fleet the show revolves around.
Goof: In the crab count there are two errors, the One, Time Bandit's crab count is above the the Cornelia Marie despite the fact that there only caught 340,000 pounds of crab while the the Cornelia Marie's count is 360,000. The Cornelia Marie's count should of been about the Time Bandit's count. Also with the Incentive's crab count is 355,000 is above the Northwestern's crab count is 430,000. The Northwestern's crab count should of been above the Incentive's.
Goof:During the intro to this boat, Mike Rowe, mistakenly refers to the Incentive as 100ft long, in fact she is 106ft long.
There appears to several discrepancies in this episode. One:The narrator said they were 40 days into the season, but John Hillstrand said "That they were a week in and "stuffed the boat in one day." Two: Last episode the Northwestern's offload day was Thursday and now Sig states that it was Sunday.
In the tribute at the end of the episode there was an error,Carlos Martin Zabala was listed as from Helena, WA, actually he was from Helena, Montana.
Editing Goof: In the montage of footage that showed all of the Coast Guard assets coming on-line. While the Coast Guard Cutter, Acushnet, was involved with locating the crew of the Katmai, the cutter that they showed was the Alex Haley,
Goof: When Mike Rowe is refering that the Time Bandit is head back to Dutch Harbor to offload, the RADAR map has to arrow that is representing the Time Bandit pointing in the wrong direction. It was point upward, it should of been pointed downward. In the UK version (aired 20 May 2008) the narrator (Bill Petrie) said the Time Bandit was heading to St. Paul Island to offload - making the radar graphic correct.
Factal Error: When Mike Rowe says "The Bering Sea gives up her bounty" in reguards to the Early Dawn reeling in huge numbers of Brown King crab is wrong. Brown King crabs are caught on the southwest side of the Aleutian Chain off the coast of Alaska which is consided the North Pacific Ocean and not the Bering Sea.
Editing Goof:In the pan-out of the exterior of the bar man and kid in the shot are walking backward.
The Cornelia Marie pulls the first prank of the season when they weld shut one of the pots of the Maverick.
Wizard deckhand Lenny Lekanoff suffers the first major injury on a featured boat this season. His left pinky finger is smashed by a swinging pot.
The Northwestern is the last ship featured on the show to pull its first string of pots for King Crab season.
The Maverick is the first ship featured on the show to head to St. Paul to unload its crab.
Sig, captain of the Northwestern, and his brother put a dead decaying fish in Blake's (new captain) seat aboard the Maverick the night before everyone leaves port as a joke.
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