"The world has been handed to that little bastard," Wild Bill raged.
"That pompous mother effer continued to fish while were supposed to run these rings to him?
Phillip Charles "Phil" Harris (December 19, 1956 – February 9, 2010) was an American captain and part owner of the crab fishing vessel Cornelia Marie, which is featured on Discovery Channel's documentary reality TV series Deadliest Catch. opilio crab in port at Saint Paul Island, Alaska, on January 29, 2010.
Despite extreme improvements in his condition, Harris died on February 9, 2010 at the age of 53, while suffering a pulmonary embolism in the hospital.
" When we asked Harris how he could make things right with Wild Bill and fix the current perception of him, Harris said, “I don't have time to deal BS.
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While last week we saw the “captain in training” get a brutal tongue lashing from Captain Wild Bill over his crew’s faulty gear management and Harris’ failure to follow meeting plans.
Tonight’s new episode “Swedish Twins,” brings even more challenges as Harris has to take over the Exclusive Clip: Wild Bill Gets POed at Another Ship's Captain We followed up with Harris to get his read on what really went down with that ring transfer debacle.
With 70 pots sitting on deck, he has to find a home to drop the next strings.
“I’ve never failed before — we’re going to figure this out,” he says in the clip.