Foolishly, I thought the toughest episodes of Deadliest Catch were behind us, but watching last night's behind-the-scenes look at the filming of season 6, I actually beat my sofa with a pillow and shouted, [Creative expletive that it's a shame I can't share] I. Cannot. Take it. I Cannot. Take it.Â - on two separate occasions. The first: When we actually saw Capt. Phil Harris write the note to Todd Stanley, the cameraman assigned to the Cornelia Marie, that said, Got to have the ending to the story.Â (In a voiceover at the end of the hour, Stanley admitted that he'd assumed Phil meant to film his miraculous recovery from the stroke, but later realized he wanted him to document the end of his life.) The second: When Stanley returned to the Cornelia Marie to grieve with the crew and absolutely sobbed as he told deckhand Freddie that just that morning, Phil had told him to tell Freddie that he loved him.
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