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Deadliest Catch: The Complete Third Season (Season 3) [Blu-ray]
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Forty-foot waves, freezing temperatures and a nearly 100-percent injury rate. Crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea is one of the world's most dangerous jobs. But it's also one of the most lucrative, offering tens of thousands of dollars for a few days' work. Follow one group of ambitious men as they battle harsh conditions and intense competition in the frenzied search for an undersea jackpot.
- A Tragic Beginning
- The Unforgiving Sea
- Pain and Paybacks
- Behind the Scenes
- Cheating Death
- Bering Sea Salvation
- The Last Lap
- New Beginnings
- Caught in the Storm
- Crossing the Line
- Trials of the Greenhorns
- Ice and Open Water
- A Frozen Finish
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No matter how much the crew earns on these crab runs there is not a viewer on the planet who would say their overpaid. They have sleep depravation, injuries, work cold and wet, bicker amongst themselves, wrestle 700 pound pots and face the real threat of being washed overboard and freezing in the arctic waters but they struggle onward so we can have our appetizer of crab with drawn butter.
Us loyal viewers learn the jargon of the crews and long to learn more of our favorite captains: Blond and handsome Sig Hansen of the Northwestern, acerbic Phil Harris of the Cornelia Marie, the wiley Hillstrand brothers (Johnathan, Andy and Neal) of the Time Bandit.
This is a show that you never lose interest in watching and is well worth your time and money. I'm going to give this same review to each season. bg
let me tell everyone if you have a blu ray player get season 3 in blu ray..........if you don't dvd is still great. and i highly suggest you wait til the rest come in blu ray.....what a difference.
thank you deadliest catch !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I backed it up twice to be sure, as I LOVE the Theme song...about 'ride a steel horse'
and while the music is very similar, there are no words; This is a real bummer for me, and I doubt I'll invest in more DVDs. Anyone know why this is?