Huffpost TV

'Deadliest Catch': Jake Anderson Struggling To Find His Place On His New Ship (VIDEO)

Posted: Updated:
'Deadliest Catch': Jake Anderson Struggling To Find His Place On His New Ship
'Deadliest Catch': Jake Anderson Struggling To Find His Place On His New Ship

Jake Anderson was living with his big decision to leave the Northwestern after five years on "Deadliest Catch." What he learned pretty quickly on his new boat, the Kiska-Sea, was that his previous experience on the Northwestern didn't really count for anything with his new crew.

The guys were giving him plenty of jabs -- razzing the new guy -- and he was struggling a little bit with his new situation. He was going to have to earn respect on this new boat.

He chatted with his old friend Ed Hansen about it. Hansen told him, "Just be you man. One day it’ll turn. I promise, it will."

“Thanks bro. That’s really encouraging," Jake said. "It really settles my stomach talking to ya. I love ya.”

His journey continues on "Deadliest Catch" every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery.

TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

Related on HuffPost:

Summer TV Guide
of
Share
Tweet
Advertisement
Share this
close
Current Slide

Suggest a correction

Around the Web

Deadliest Catch : Discovery Channel

Deadliest Catch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deadliest Catch | Facebook

Deadliest Catch (TV Series 2005– ) - IMDb

Deadliest Catch (DeadliestCatch) on Twitter

'Deadliest Catch': Edgar Hansen on brother Sig and family holidays

'Deadliest Catch' exclusive video: A bang and blood sends the Time Bandit to ...

'Deadliest Catch' narrator Mike Rowe offers an 'Alternative Catch' commentary ...

'Deadliest Catch' star Captain Phil Harris' son discusses father's death

Watch: 'Deadliest Catch' crew roots for Seahawks against Falcons in playoffs