My Toy Fair schedule is rapidly filling up... something I haven't said in 21 years 0_o. Life is a circle, folks.
Want to know which boat sinks on the Deadliest Catch season 5? Want to know what happens to Phil Harris from the Cornelia Marie? You’ve come to the right place.
The fifth season premiere of Deadliest Catch sure led you to believe that Keith Colburn and The Wizard sink this season, but I am happy to tell you that it does not. As I mentioned in an earlier post in regards to this season, a cod fishing ship, the Katami, was lost in the same area that all the crab ships were in. The ship went down and there were 4 survivors, but sadly 5 fisherman lost their lives back in October.
As for Captain Phil Harris, he does miss King Crab season, but reports are that he returns in time for opilio season. There has been no word on what happens with his blood clots, but seeing as he did listen to his doctor for the first half of the season, it’s probably safe to assume that he is cleared health wise when he comes back.
Sadly there are no other Deadliest Catch season 5 spoilers at this time that I know of, but here are images of all of this year’s crews.
The crew of the Cornelia Marie. Left to right: deckhand Jake Harris, deckhand Dave Millman, Captain Phil Harris, Deckhand Murray Gamrath (front), Deckhand Mark Anderson, Deckhand Josh Harris
The crew of the Lisa Marie
The crew of the Northwestern
The crew of The Wizard. Left to right: Crosby LeVeen, Cooper Weatherby, Lenny Lekanoff, Lynn Guitard, Gary Soper, Captain Keith Colburn, and Monte Colburn
The Crew of the Time Bandit
The crew of the Trailblazer. Deckhand Chet Hamilton (green jacket), Deckhand/Engineer Monte Beck, Deckhand/Engineer Tristen Burris, Deckhand Victory Swan, Deckhand Scott Newman, Deckhand Scott “Sky” Doar
UPDATE 02/10/10: Capt. Phil Harris of the Cornelia Marie has passed away