'Deadliest Catch': Josh Harris becomes a Time Bandit and Jake Anderson pops the question


In a normal year, by the time Discovery's crab-fishing reality show/soap-opera-for-dudes "Deadliest Catch" hits the airwaves on Tuesday nights, the fleet is safely back in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, and the crews and captains are taking a well-earned break.Not so this year. With halved king-crab quotas last fall and crushing ice during opilio-crab season this past winter, many boats continue to be out on the Bering Sea long into the new year.It's mid-April, and on the morning of the Discovery Channel upfront presentation to advertisers at UCLA on the Westside of Los Angeles, three of the crab captains have gathered for breakfast at the Luxe Hotel on Sunset Boulevard in Bel Air -- Scott "Junior" Campbell of the F/V Seabrooke, Keith Colburn of the F/V Wizard and Johnathan Hillstrand of the F/V Time Bandit (from left to right in picture at bottom).Johnathan captained his boat during king-crab season, but brother Andy takes over for opilio.On this...



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