Stud of the week
The beginning of king crab season means the beginning of The Discovery Channel’s hit show “The Deadliest Catch,” which kicked of its sixth season with a bang.
Phil’s sons Josh and Jake are fighting so intensely that Josh is looking for a job on another ship. This leads Phil to trade with Northwestern captain Sig Hansen for their Jake.
This leads the show into a interesting turn, showing the two new deck hands struggling to acclimate themselves to their new boats. Adding to the drama, a huge blowup between Time Bandit captain Johnathan Hillstrand and Wizard captain Keith Colburn accured before the boats left dock. This resulted in Johnathen to start a bleep-filled argument that ended in a shoving match.
High seas, high stakes and drama are three great ingredients for a television show, making the debut of “The Deadliest Catch,” a hot watch.
Dud of the week
The second season of “Glee,” the popular show, concert, soap all rolled into one, premiered on FOX.
The much anticipated second season premiere was filled with song, dance and unexpected drama. But many people couldn’t buy into the characters or the storyline.
By the end of the musical performances, which were “Gold Digger,” “Push It,” and “Take a Bow,” the audience was bored with the corny dialogue and characters. The show, however, did have good ratings, but it would be a surprise if the ratings were that high next season. “Glee” is the not-watch show of the week.