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The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 0 votes.
The challenges of living on the remote and rugged Kilcher homestead are sometimes unforgiving. Life in this raw, untamed wilderness means keeping family close and firearms closer. This episode uses existing footage from previous shows, with the last few minutes devoted to previewing the rest of Season 5.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 100 votes.
The cycle of life on the homestead is continuous. Otto & Charlotte attempt to resuscitate a stillborn calf while Eve learns that taking life during a hunt isn't easy. The Kilchers say goodbye to Bruce Willard as Eivin & Eve welcome new life with Findlay
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 123 votes.
An unprecedented new chapter kicks off on the homestead as the Kilchers film themselves coping with Alaska's stay-at-home order amid a growing pandemic. Resources must be stretched, homeschooling proves difficult and Atz Lee's PTSD resurfaces.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 49 votes.
Eivin and Eve build an epic homestead-style treehouse. Atz Lee, Jane and Etienne stock their freezers with trout while Otto and August refurbish an old tractor.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 23 votes.
Otto and Charlotte build a staircase at the homestead. Elsewhere, Atz Lee comes to an important realization about his recovery while Eiven and Eve welcome a new family member.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 123 votes.
After a feverish summer of work, the Kilchers prepare for winter. Included: Eivin scales treacherous peaks to fill his freezer; Otto helps with Shane's cabin build, while it takes a perilous turn; and for Atz Lee, one fateful step leads to catastrophe.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 94 votes.
With another brutal winter approaching, and bears having killed two of the family’s cattle, they are forced to pin all of their hopes of surviving the winter on one last hunting trip.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 219 votes.
Atz Lee and Jane venture out in a risky hunt for black bear, but instead come face to face with a massive grizzly. Using the constructor, Otto and Eivin race the tide to transport and introduce two new bulls into the family herd at the head of the bay.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 83 votes.
The first storm of winter approaches as the family races to finish preparing for the next eight months; Atz herds cattle across flooded glacial rivers.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 145 votes.
Last updated: apr 10, 2021
I'm not usually a fan of reality TV, but I enjoy this show. I wish they wouldn't recycle material so much though. I often find myself watching clips I've already seen in at least one other episode.
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