Bering Sea Gold: Under The Ice

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Bering Sea Gold
formerly
"Bering Sea Gold: Under The Ice"
Narrated by Thom Beers (season 1)
Mike Rowe (season 2)
Mike Rowe (season 3)
Opening theme Gold In These Hills by Brandon Michael Kinder
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 18
Production
Executive producer(s) Thom Beers
Running time approx. 45 minutes
Production company(s) Original Productions
Release
Original network Discovery Channel
Picture format 1080i 16:9
Original release August 24, 2012 (2012-08-24) – present
Chronology
Related shows Flying Wild Alaska, Gold Rush, Jungle Gold, Bering Sea Gold
External links
Website

Bering Sea Gold (formerly: Bering Sea Gold: Under The Ice) is a reality television series, from the creators of the Deadliest Catch, set in Nome, Alaska that airs on Discovery Channel. As opposed to the summer version, Bering Sea Gold, with boats and issues of choppy seas, this series follows dredges housed in temporary shelters set up over ice holes. Viewers of Bering Sea Gold will recognize several crew members.

History[edit]

The first season follows the crews on the Lazy Gator, Shamrock and The Clark. The second season has The Clark, Shamrock, Wild Ranger, Anchor Management and Steve's World on Ice. The third season features the crews on the Wild Ranger, Shamrock, Miss Nomer, The Reaper, The Clark and The Eroica. At the fourth season, the title card was changed to call the show "Bering Sea Gold", dropping "Under the Ice". For the fifth season, the title card showed "Bering Sea Gold".

Cast[edit]

Season 1:[1][edit]

Dredge Name Details
Lazy Gator
Joe Fullwood
Owner / Captain.
Lazy Gator
Derek McLarty
Diver.
Lazy Gator
Jacob Musich
Diver.
Lazy Gator
Jesse Strickling
Diver.
Lazy Gator
Ricky Larsen
Diver / Mechanic.
Shamrock
Steve Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Shawn Pomrenke's father.
Shamrock
Shawn Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Captain / Steve Pomrenke's son.
Shamrock
Cody Moen
Diver.
Shamrock
Phil Rode
Diver.
Shamrock
Jason Higa
Diver.
Shamrock
Vince Skiba
Diver.
The Clark
Ezekial 'Zeke' Tenhoff
Owner / Captain / Best friend of John Bunce.
The Clark
Emily Riedel
Deckhand / Steve Riedel's daughter / Zeke Tenhoff's childhood friend.
The Clark
Steve Riedel
Diver / Emily Riedel's father.
The Clark
John Bunce
Diver / Best friend of Zeke Tenhoff.
The Clark
Grant Wilkins
Diver / Mechanic.

Season 2:[1][edit]

Dredge Name Details
The Clark
Zeke Tenhoff
Owner / Captain.
The Clark
Glen LeBaron
Diver / The Dragon inventor.
The Clark
Ian Foster
Diver.
The Clark
Rob Hehnlin
Co-Owner of The Edge / Diver / Engineer.
The Clark
Milan Schield
Diver.
Shamrock
Steve Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Shawn Pomrenke's father.
Shamrock
Shawn Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Captain / Steve Pomrenke's son.
Shamrock
Cody Moen
Diver.
Shamrock
Phil Rode
Diver.
Shamrock
Jason Higa
Diver.
Shamrock
Jesse Virnig
Diver.
Wild Ranger
Vernon Adkison
Owner / Captain.
Wild Ranger
Daryl Galipeau
Diver.
Wild Ranger
Kevin Jupina
Diver.
Wild Ranger
Gordon Grebe
Deckhand / Engineer.
Anchor Management
Scott Meisterheim
Captain.
Anchor Management
Joe Dehring
Diver.
Anchor Management
Alan Balodis
Diver.
Anchor Management
Geordie Krapf
Diver.
Steve's World on Ice
Steve Riedel
Captain.
Steve's World on Ice
Emily Riedel
Deckhand / Steve Riedel's daughter / Zeke Tenhoff's childhood friend.
Steve's World on Ice
Brad Kelly
Diver.
Steve's World on Ice
Travis Richardson
Diver.
Steve's World on Ice
Grant Wilkins
Diver / Mechanic.

Season 3:[1][edit]

Dredge Name Details
Wild Ranger
Vernon Adkison
Owner.
Wild Ranger
Jason Walker
Captain / Fired by Vernon Adkison after falling out with the whole crew, due to his anger management issues and not following the owners orders.
Wild Ranger
Justin Cooke
Captain / Hired by Vernon Adkison after Jason Walker's sacking and due to his previous experience as an oil diver.
Wild Ranger
Spencer McCleskey
Diver.
Wild Ranger
Shem Fogelman
Diver.
Wild Ranger
Flint Collins
Diver / Elaine Adkison's boyfriend.
Wild Ranger
Elaine Adkison
Deckhand / Flint Collins' girlfriend.
Shamrock
Steve Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Shawn Pomrenke's father.
Shamrock
Shawn Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Captain / Steve Pomrenke's son.
Shamrock
Cody Moen
Diver.
Shamrock
Phil Rode
Diver.
Shamrock
Jesse Virnig
Diver.
Shamrock
Jacob Musich
Diver.
Miss Nomer
Glen LeBaron
Owner / Captain / Jasmin George's boyfriend.
Miss Nomer
Zeke Tenhoff
Diver / Sarah Dunn's boyfriend / After Zeke and Glen mutually agree to end their partnership, Zeke sets up his own operation with Sarah in the form of his old dredge The Clark again, after being paid-off his earnings in gold, for his diving time, with Glen.
Miss Nomer
Jasmin George
Deckhand / Glen LeBaron's girlfriend.
Miss Nomer
Sarah Dunn
Deckhand / Zeke Tenhoff's girlfriend / After Zeke and Glen mutually agree to end their partnership, Zeke sets up his own operation with Sarah in the form of his old dredge The Clark again, after being paid-off her earnings in gold, for her time as a deckhand for Zeke, with Glen.
The Reaper
Brad Kelly
Captain / Mechanic / Kris and Andy Kelly's father.
The Reaper
Kris Kelly
Diver / Brad Kelly's son / Andy Kelly's older brother.
The Reaper
Andy Kelly
Diver / Brad Kelly's son / Kris Kelly's younger brother.
The Reaper
Katy Priester
Diver / Dived once and after a bad experience, never did so again.
The Clark
Zeke Tenhoff
Owner / Captain / Sarah Dunn's boyfriend / After Zeke and Glen mutually agree to end their partnership, Zeke sets up his own operation with Sarah in the form of his old dredge The Clark again, after being paid-off his earnings in gold, for his diving time, with Glen.
The Clark
Sarah Dunn
Deckhand / Zeke Tenhoff's girlfriend / After Zeke and Glen mutually agree to end their partnership, Zeke sets up his own operation with Sarah in the form of his old dredge The Clark again, after being paid-off her earnings in gold, for her time as a deckhand for Zeke, with Glen.
The Eroica
Emily Riedel
Owner / Captain / The Dragon Slayer inventor.
The Eroica
Daryl Valle
Diver.
The Eroica
Tony Mann
Diver.

Season 4:[1][edit]

Dredge Name Details
Wild Ranger
Vernon Adkison
Owner.
Wild Ranger
Derek McLarty
Captain / Diver / Mechanic/ The Golden Seahorse invented by Eddy Pump Corporation.
Wild Ranger
Bobby Lowe
Deckhand.
Wild Ranger
Kelsy Lessing
Deckhand.
Wild Ranger
Lucas Wolf
Deckhand.
Shamrock
Shawn Pomrenke
Co-Owner / Captain / Mechanic.
Shamrock
Cody Moen
Diver.
Shamrock
Phil Rode
Diver.
Shamrock
Jesse Virnig
Diver.
Shamrock
Jacob Musich
Diver.
The Clark
Zeke Tenhoff
Co-Owner / Captain/ Mechanic.
The Clark
Emily Riedel
Co-Owner / Deckhand.
The Clark
Shelby Johnson
Diver.
The Clark
Jen Newby
Diver.
The Clark
Kendall Winslow
Diver / Quit at the start of the season after concerns for her own safety when diving.
Paddy Wagon
Kris Kelly
Co-Owner / Captain / Mechanic / Brad Kelly's son / Andy Kelly's older brother.
Paddy Wagon
Andy Kelly
Co-Owner / Diver / Brad Kelly's son / Kris Kelly's younger brother.
The Reaper
Brad Kelly
Owner / Captain/ Mechanic / Kris and Andy Kelly's father.
The Reaper
Dave Nelson
Diver / Fired after raising safety concerns over the dredge to an un-impressed Brad Kelly.
The Reaper
Byron Coe
Diver / Fired after he showed his diving inexperience to Brad Kelly.

Dredges[edit]

Dredge Type Seasons Details
Lazy Gator Suction dredge 1 Both owned and built by Joe Fullwood, a simple set of floats with suction dredge equipment.
Shamrock Suction dredge 1- Both owned and built by the Pomrenkes, a simple set of floats with suction dredge equipment.
The Clark / The Dragon (for Season 2) Suction dredge 1- Both owned and built by Zeke Tenhoff, a basic average suction dredge. Used The Dragon for season 2, having an underwater sluicebox makes this dredge unusual.
Wild Ranger / The Golden Seahorse (for Season 4) Suction dredge 2- Owned by Vernon Atkinson, a basic average suction dredge. Used The Golden Seahorse subdredge for season 4, having an underwater sluicebox makes, being mechanically controlled and 15x more efficient than a diver on a hose makes this dredge unusual.
Anchor Management Suction dredge 2 Both captained and built by Scott Meisterheim, a basic average suction dredge.
Steve's World On Ice Suction dredge 2 Both owned and built by Steve Riedel, a basic average suction dredge.
Miss Nomer / The Dragon (for Season 3) Suction dredge 3 Both owned and built by Glenn LeBaron, the Miss Nomer is a simple set of floats with suction dredge equipment. The Dragon was used on The Clark for season 2 and the Miss Nomer for season 3.
The Reaper Suction dredge 3- Both captained and re-built by Brad Kelly, a basic average suction dredge.
The Eroica / The Dragon Slayer (for Season 3) Suction dredge 3- Owned by Emily Reidel, a simple set of floats with suction dredge equipment. Used The Dragon Slayer for season 3, like The Dragon, having an underwater sluicebox makes this dredge unusual.
Paddy Wagon Suction dredge 4 Co-Owned and built by the Kelly brothers and captained by Kris Kelly, a basic average suction dredge.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Average U.S. viewers
(million)
Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 5 1.66 August 24, 2012 (2012-08-24) September 21, 2012 (2012-09-21)
2 5 2.16 November 8, 2013 (2013-11-08) December 6, 2013 (2013-12-06)
3 8 2.22 August 22, 2014 (2014-08-22) October 3, 2014 (2014-10-03)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
Regular Season
1 1 "The Gold Don't Care" August 24, 2012 (2012-08-24) 1.95[2]
The summer season over, 3 teams of miners dive under the ice to dredge gold on the floor of the Bering Sea. Two dredge teams struggle to winterize their operations, train their crews, and get the gold. But one new, scrappy crew of friends hits pay dirt.
2 2 "Smoke Under Ice" August 31, 2012 (2012-08-31) 1.58[3]
Shamrock's electrical fire forces a diver's emergency ascent. The Clark's rookie ice divers gasp for air. The Lazy Gator's Joe finds a huge "picker", but their operation grinds to a halt when an accidentally sucked up boulder clogs the hose.
3 3 "All for Naught" 7 September 2012 (2012-09-07) 1.48[4]
Halfway through the winter dredging season, tempers flare on The Clark. The Lazy Gator do a perilous freedive to try and recapture their only breathing apparatus, tangled underwater in a buoy. A new Shamrock diver tests his own nerve and Shawn's patience.
4 4 "Fractures on The Mend" 14 September 2012 (2012-09-14) 1.64[5]
Winter is on its way out. Shamrock's Vince gets one last chance. The Clark's Zeke gets pinned up under the ice when he loses his weight belt. A Lazy Gator tender nods off, unaware of diver Jesse's distress call when his hose gets caught on an ice chandelier.
5 5 "Leads to an End" 21 September 2012 (2012-09-21) 1.67[6]
With the winter dredging season coming to a close, the crews scramble for one more dive before the cracking shifting ice sinks their operation or worse, traps a miner down below. The Clark's Zeke loses his weight belt and is pinned up underneath the ice.

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
Regular Season
6 1 "We Are Gonna Be Golden" 8 November 2013 (2013-11-08) 1.95[7]
The five crews take to the ice. Zeke's new well-oiled crew is on the gold, so they shut out late-arrival Emily. She joins her "gung-ho" dad, Steve, who after a single unproductive dive, boasts and wagers Vernon. Vernon, on day-one, drops a diver. Nome's angriest dredger, Scott, returns with a new dredge and attitude - but will it last?
7 2 "Dozers and Dragons" 15 November 2013 (2013-11-15) 2.03[8]
Zeke gambles on a new dredger with game-changing technology, but will his crew still be on the gold. After their first session of diving locates no paydirt, Emily chafes under her dad's laidback management style and challenges his captaincy. She also tangles with Shawn, who is finally in the money, trying to buy a key piece of equipment out from under him. Also without success, Vernon's team questions his methods. Scott's shop yields a required daily result.
8 3 "No Fuel to Burn" 22 November 2013 (2013-11-22) 2.12[9]
At the midseason point, patience is thin. Scott's dredge is literally running on fumes, but even with a near drowning, produces the requisite daily quota. Cocky newcomer Glen clashes with Zeke over manpower and equipment scheduling. Emily's fed up over breakdowns and absent dive time as her father collects an unearned vacation. Shawn's paystreak stretches out of reach. Vernon's limited expertise disquites the team as they see a meager first result.
9 4 "Waterfalls of Gold" 29 November 2013 (2013-11-29) 2.19[10]
Pressure mounts as days get warmer. It's parent vs. child as Shawn and Emily try to prove their captaincy skills to their fathers. After months of non-stop work without taking time to grieve his best friend's death and now accidents on the current winter site, Zeke finally reaches his breaking point while his team empties the trash. Scott works a crawl space. Vernon's divers cannot locate paydirt.
10 5 "The Thaw" 6 December 2013 (2013-12-06) 2.50[11]
The dredgers race to put in one last dive before the ice melts from under them. Shawn blows a gasket. Scott does so also. Zeke's most profitable season has taken its toll. Emily goes to drastic measures to earn her crew's and her own self respect. Steve faces Vernon to settle their bet.

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
Regular Season
11 1 "Gold Luck" 22 August 2014 (2014-08-22) 1.95[7]
Miners risk their lives diving below the ice on the frozen Bering Sea for a fortune in gold. We also catch up with Steve Riedel, who is now working full-time, as a kitchen porter in a local restaurant, trying to earn enough money, to buy another dredge in time for the summer season.
12 2 "Motherlode" 29 August 2014 (2014-08-29) 2.05[7]
The hard reality of the winter season begins to set in. Partnerships become strained as tempers and egos flare on the Wild Ranger and Reaper dredges, while Andy nearly loses his life, Vernon hits his biggest payday ever.
13 3 "Gold from the Deep" 5 September 2014 (2014-09-05) 2.13[7]
The dangers of working under the ice are starting to become glaringly apparent to the fleet's greenhorns and veterans.
14 4 "The Champagne Kiss Off" 12 September 2014 (2014-09-12) 2.20[7]
It's getting late in the ice mining season and the challenges of finding gold are wearing on the miners. Tensions run high and some important relationships are beginning to fray.
15 5 "Grounds for Divorce" 19 September 2014 (2014-09-19) 2.26[7]
Gold fever is on the rise as the season's end draws near. The deep waters of the Bering Sea put Zeke's health at risk and his partnership with Glen on the rocks.
16 6 "Let the Gold Games Begin" 26 September 2014 (2014-09-26) 2.31[7]
Time is running out for the ice mining fleet, and competition is on the rise. The lure of gold has already pitted one partnership against each other, will it infect others. After Zeke and Glen mutually agree to end their partnership, Zeke sets up his own operation with Sarah in the form of his old dredge The Clark again, after both being paid-off their earnings in gold, for their time, with Glen.
17 7 "Are We Rich?" 3 October 2014 (2014-10-03) 2.35[7]
With temperatures rising and the Bering Sea melting, time is running out for the fleet of gold dredgers. As the ice begins to fracture, the Miss Nomer team sees their dream of getting on the gold float out to sea.
18 8 "Sunken Treasure" 3 October 2014 (2014-10-03) 2.52[7]
Summer encroaches, and the Bering Sea ice shelf begins to break up - putting every dredge at risk. As the ice season comes to an end, the fleet scrambles for their last pans of gold. While Vernon, Shawn, Glen, Brad and Zeke met their goals, Emily continued to struggle.


Season 4 (2015)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
Regular Season
19 1 "Countdown to Gold" 4 September 2015 (2015-Sept-04)
As the Department for Natural Resources (DNR) shortens the winter season from 8 down to 6 weeks, Vern tries out Derek's new dredging machine. Elsewhere, Shawn explores the wilderness for hot spots and Emily works with a team of female divers.
20 2 "Girl Drama" 11 September 2015 (2015-Sept-11)
With a shortened ice mining season, every second counts. But just as the fleet seems set to dial in on the gold, their equipment doesn't have the same idea.
21 3 "The Quest" 18 September 2015 (2015-Sept-18)
Near the mid-point of the shortened mining season, every dredge must hustle to stay on the gold, but in their mission setbacks cause trouble for the miners as they are about to bring in the gold.
22 4 "Baggage" 25 September 2015 (2015-Sept-25)
The pressure is on to bring up more gold as the shortened season goes over its midway point. But pushing the dredges too hard leads to massive problems that could threaten the whole operation.
23 5 "The Blizzard" 2 October 2015 (2015-Oct-02)
With less than a week remaining in the shortest ice mining season on record, every crew is battling the clock. But just when they think it couldn’t get any harder, a massive Arctic storm descends on Nome.
24 6 "The Deadline" 9 October 2015 (2015-Oct-09)
With the end of the season in sight, one day remains for the miners to prove that the risks they took over the past month were worth the cost.

Gold Totals[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Lazy Gator
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 27.52 oz. $45,174.08
4. 21.00 oz. $34,471.50
5. 47.43 oz. $77,856.35
Total 95.95 oz. $157,501.93
Shamrock
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 6.50 oz. $10,669.75
4. 9.00 oz. $14,773.50
5. 53.95 oz. $88,558.93
Total 69.45 oz. $114,002.18
The Clark
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 2.00 oz. $3,283.00
5. 5.70 oz. $9,356.55
Total 7.70 oz. $12,639.55

Season 2[edit]

The Clark
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 16.63 oz. $20,400.00
2. 26.73 oz. $38,000.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 13.50 oz. $18,900.00
5. 18.65 oz. $26,110.00
Total 75.51 oz. $103,410.00
Shamrock
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 5.00 oz. $7,000.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 3.00 oz. $4,200.00
5. 22.00 oz. $30,800.00
Total 30.00 oz. $42,000.00
Wild Ranger
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 2.42 oz. $3,388.00
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 7.50 oz. $10,500.00
Total 9.92 oz. $13,888.00
Anchor Management
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.21 oz. $294.00
3. 0.76 oz. $1,064.00
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 4.04 oz. $5,656.00
Total 5.01 oz. $7,014.00
Steve's World On Ice
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 0.26 oz. $364.00
5. 0.74 oz. $1,036.00
Total 1.00 oz. $1,400.00

Season 3[edit]

Wild Ranger
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 32.60 oz. $41,858.40
3. 28.84 oz. $37,030.56
4. 38.77 oz. $49,780.68
5. 16.17 oz. $20,762.28
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 61.71 oz. $79,235.64
Total 178.09 oz. $228,667.56
Shamrock
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 30.95 oz. $39,739.80
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 37.85 oz. $48,599.40
Total 68.80 oz. $88,339.20
Miss Nomer
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 17.64 oz. $22,649.76
3. 10.32 oz. $13,250.88
4. 3.05 oz. $3,916.20
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 7.25 oz. $9,309.00
Total 38.26 oz. $49,125.84
The Reaper
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 6.15 oz. $7,896.60
3. 7.14 oz. $9,167.76
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 20.09 oz. $25,795.56
Total 33.38 oz. $42,859.92
The Clark
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 5.53 oz. $7,100.52
Total 5.53 oz. $7,100.52
The Eroica
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 0.00 oz. $0.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 1.00 oz. $1,284.00
7. 0.00 oz. $0.00
8. 3.18 oz. $4,083.12
Total 4.18 oz. $5,367.12

Season 4[edit]

Wild Ranger
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 2.00 oz. $2,400.00
2. 7.25 oz. $8,700.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 0.00oz. $0.00
5. 5.70 oz. $6,840.00
6. 27.40 oz. $32,880.00
Total 42.35 oz. $50,820.00
Shamrock
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 1.00 oz. $1,200.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 1.00 oz. $1,200.00
5. 2.50 oz. $3,000.00
6. 9.30 oz. $11,160.00
Total 13.80 oz. $16,560.20
The Clark
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 2.82 oz. $3,384.00
3. 0.00oz $0.00
4. 2.88 oz. $3,456.00
5. 1.00 oz. $1,200.00
6. 5.10 oz. $6,120.00
Total 11.80 oz. $14,160.00
Paddy Wagon
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.50 oz. $600.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 0.00 oz. $0.00
4. 2.10 oz. $2,520.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
Total 2.60 oz. $3,120.00
The Reaper
Ep.       Oz.       Dollar value
1. 0.00 oz. $0.00
2. 0.00 oz. $0.00
3. 1.50 oz. $1,800.00
4. 1.00 oz. $1,200.00
5. 0.00 oz. $0.00
6. 0.00 oz. $0.00
Total 2.50 oz. $3,000.00

Syndication[edit]

Season 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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