It’s officially “Game on,” crabbers.
Johnny Law, the real (and awesome) name of the captain of the Lady Law on “Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove’s,” isn’t on the high seas to make friends — he’s there to make money. That’s why the skipper issued the aforementioned challenge to the competition.
“If I piss somebody off, then, good,” Law says in the above clip from tonight’s second episode, a sneak peak that is exclusive to TheWrap. “Nobody owns the ocean.”
“Balls to the wall, baby,” the man who pilots the 83-foot vessel lays out his plan for a fishing victory earlier in the preview. “Haul ’til you fall.”
His giant boat can carry 140,000 pounds of crab — more than twice what the next guy can — so Law may actually burn through manpower faster than his full-speed-ahead strategy burns through gas.
Toward the stern-end of the 2-minute-11-second “Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove” clip, Law idles viewers through his familial crabbing history. While Johnny was born into the trade, it doesn’t sound like he had a heck of a lot of training or compassion along the way. Looks like he’s doing all right for himself, however.
“Dungeon Cove,” the first “Deadliest Catch” spinoff, premiered last week.
Watch the video above.
“Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove” airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c on Discovery Channel.
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