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Everest: Beyond the Limit

Season 3 Episode 3

Deadly Countdown

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 27, 2009 on Discovery Channel
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Dawes Eddy and Scott Parazynski push for the summit and history as an astronaut bids for the world's highest elevation and the other attempts to become the oldest person to summit.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Scott Parazynski

    Scott Parazynski

    IMG Climber (United States)

    Recurring Role

    Mike Hamill

    Mike Hamill

    IMG Guide

    Recurring Role

    Dawes Eddy

    Dawes Eddy

    IMG Climber (United States)

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Scott Parazynski: (upon reaching the summit) Oh man, one of the happiest days of my life- this is the roof of the world, baby! That was a lot harder than I ever thought it would be. Two years in the making, actually 47 years in the dreaming, but it's just so powerful to be here.

      • Eric Simonson: (as his climbers hit the Cornice Traverse, a knife-edged ridge) It's actually good that it's dark, they can't see that it's 8,000 ft down. This is not a forgiving mountain. This is a place where if you push yourself beyond, you just don't come back.

      • Mike Hamill: (as they begin their summit day at night) You're walking across this plateau in the dark, and you feel like you're on the moon. It's a pretty spooky feeling, and uh, you know, you feel like you could just drop off the other side of the world.

      • Louis Carstens: I'm anxious, absolutely. I've never really thought about death on any other mountains, but I've been thinking a lot about death on Everest. You know, there's so much that can go wrong.

      • Mike Hamill: (when Paul is ordered to climb back down) Climbing Mt Everest is all about enduring the pain. Sometimes you got to push through a little pain to summit this thing, but we can't take any chances.

      • Dawes Eddy: (referring to the Khumbu Icefall) It's kind of like Russian Roulette.

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