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Just in time for one of Jamie's most challenging recoveries this season, a familiar face shows up at the yard and is recruited to help save a loaded car carrier; Al and Gord travel north to an epic job near a gold mining town.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 14 votes.
Jamie attempts to lure back former lead operator Colin McLean by ordering his dream truck; Team Reliable tackles a smashed semi with a super-sized load of French fries; A blown tire launches a dump truck into the ditch and two teams into action.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 16 votes.
A new competitor on the Coq has cut Jamie's business in half, and the one job he lands in weeks ends up being a complex recovery that no one seems willing to pay for. Heavy rescue faces a life and death decision - shut down or leave the Coq for the oil rush boomtown of Fort McMurray and some steady cash. Determined that "closure is not an option" for Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue, the crew packs up and heads north in search of the new highway thru hell.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 39 votes.
An overturned load of heavy pipe becomes an all-out battle for Reliable Towing; Jamie considers buying another vintage wrecker; Mission Towing's Ken Duperon hustles to save a vehicle on the verge of sliding off a snowy mountain road.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 51 votes.
Al and Gord are called in to winch a 65-ton steel bridge across the Coquihalla River; Jamie takes a bad fall while operating'Mighty Mo; a new recruit is put to the test on an epic backroad recovery.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 59 votes.
Gord Boyd races to clear a jackknifed semi as snow plows battle to keep The Coq moving; a loaded 18-wheeler on the edge of a cliff tests Reliable Towing's Cam and Chace; a lost trucker needs help backing down a dark road.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 27 votes.
A sudden winter storm slams B.C. – but Jamie is powerless to help. Two of Heavy Rescue’s crew face a life-or-death situation on a remote logging road. In Alberta, Adam calls for reinforcements when he just can’t budge a truck that’s flipped over a bank -- forcing Jamie to make a tough decision about moving his flagship Rotator out of B.C.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 62 votes.
Heavy snowfall has created avalanche conditions on the Coq. Plow crews are barely able to keep up. When traffic starts backing up in high-risk avalanche zones, highway authorities decide to close the road in both directions. A team of avalanche techs flies up the mountain in helicopters to drop concussion bombs and release the build-up, but bad weather hampers their first attempt. With the Coq closed overnight, trucks are using the back roads to get through. Jamie's team is called out to recover a semi that went over the cliff on rural Highway 3. The next day is a battle on all fronts to get the Coq open - with helicopter teams dropping more bombs, highway crews faced with two feet of accumulation, and Jamie's team forced to call in a second rotator, who happened to be Jamie's brother, Jason.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 57 votes.
Cary is thrust into a dire situation; the crew faces a tricky recovery for a truck hauling new cars; Jamie heads north to the Yukon to retrieve a wreck.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 51 votes.
One of the worst winter storms in years forces officials to shut down The Coq; working through blinding snow, freezing rain and even an avalanche threat, heavy rescue crews help truckers and drivers out of the closure zone.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 69 votes.
In Alberta and B.C., pipe trucks have rolled over and crews in both places race to open vital highways. Things for Al Quiring turn red hot when a trailer jammed with thousands of bottles of hot sauce is ripped open. Jamie and Brandon take a well-deserved break from clearing wrecks on the highway to compete in a car race on a frozen lake.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 54 votes.
Jamie, Al, Jason and Ken look back at past recoveries and ahead at the new season.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 60 votes.
To keep up with a busy season, Jamie hires on a new guy, greenhorn driver Rob. When Rob turns out to be a slow learner - and then goes AWOL during a major blizzard - Jamie's patience is pushed to the breaking point. Out of boredom, a prank on Rob ended on a sour note when news of a reefer truck with frozen foods crashes over a bank that ended up killing the driver, Jamie is forced to bring in a pick-up crew just to do the recovery while Rob guards the trailer. However, with the cables for flipping the truck snapping, Jamie could get eletrocuted under the live electrical cables. Before firing Rob, he decides to give him one last chance when a call comes in for a repo job.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 66 votes.
Jamie faces his toughest wreck in years, so he calls in a familiar face and a 50-ton rotator; Al attempts to free a 70-ton excavator from a mud hole.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 60 votes.
Jamie brings back veteran driver Scott by promising him a new state of the art heavy wrecker. But the new truck is months behind schedule, so Scott has to settle for a worn-out vintage truck. A grueling schedule pushes Adam to his breaking point and he goes AWOL, while Jamie is forced to abandon his Rotator on a backcountry road that is too dangerous to drive.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 51 votes.
The seasons first snowstorm paralyzes the Coquihalla Summit, launching Al Quiring and Gord Boyd into battle; Jamie Davis and a new operator from Ireland tackle a torn-up semi on a dangerous corner.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 31 votes.
Merv's called up The Coq to help Reliable Towing untangle three major wrecks less than a kilometre apart; Dylan races to recover a car dangling on a bridge; Colin rolls up on a heavy rescue head scratcher.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 64 votes.
Jamie isn't the only tow guy on the Coq. Lone wolf Al Quiring is a tough as nails wrecker and Jamie's main rival, and despite living on the edge of Vancouver, is willing to travel long distances to poach work from Jamie's crew. Their dads did battle a generation ago, now Jamie and Al are fighting it out for the title -"King of the Coq". When the Rotator lands in the shop during an especially busy week by a cheap gasket leakage, Al uses it as a chance to scoop a job off Jamie. Things get more complicated when one of Jamie's new drivers, from the city, learns a close buddy has nearly died in a towing accident during a snowstorm. Ken Monkhouse, who is Vancouver-based, and far more experienced compared to Rob, is working only on commission, and having to hunt for work himself frustrates him, but has to put everything into perspective when he heads to the hospital and comes face to face with the reality of the career he has chosen, and a buddy who has lost his leg, while desperately trying to save the other leg, and was full conscious and aware through the ordeal when it was filmed on the news. To make matters worse, Adam and Hugo must team up with Al and his new driver, Gord, to free up traffic after a multi-truck accident blocked the Coq, as well as racing against each other to get the better cut of the earnings.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 61 votes.
The closures of two major highways cause drivers to voice their frustration leaving Gazzola in a sour mood over all the grief he receives. Ken Monkhouse arrives at a job to find that the competition has gotten the jump on him. Responding to a woodchip wreck, Davis, Gazzola and Ritchie disagree on how to recover the wreck, leaving Davis to do his own swamping. Later, when a heavy SeaCan tips over, Davis and his rotator are pushed to their limit. Monkhouse, realizing he needs help in the car towing division, invites Kodallas for a lesson in a new truck, but Kodallas has words with his stepfather and walks off in a huff. Monkhouse then turns to the new guy - quiet, tattooed Lundin - testing him out on a tough tow lesson.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 61 votes.
Jamie realizes he can’t do it all alone in Hope and hires a new driver. But the newest addition ends up needing rescuing himself after he crashes Bruce’s legendary blue truck. Jamie’s stepson Brandon is forced to prove himself after his plans to join the Alberta team are put on hold. And rookie operator, Colin, learns just how tough his new boss Adam can be… when a seemingly simple job goes sideways.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Highway Thru Hell from 58 votes.
Last updated: mar 04, 2021
Season 3 so far is even better.
After a hot day outside, there’s nothing better than getting inside and cooling down, all while watching something on the tv. Luckily for all of us, there is plenty to chose from and more and more series are coming our way. So turn on your AC, get yourself a cold glass of your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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