Remembering Phil Harris on His Last Episode of 'Deadliest Catch'
By PopEater Staff Posted Jul 13th 2010 05:35PM
Harris suffered a stroke while filming the show on Jan. 29. Although he showed signs of recovery after surgery, Harris succumbed on Feburary 9.
Over the past couple of months, PopEater had the chance to talk with Discovery Channel star Mike Rowe about his memories of Harris, as well as Phil's 'Deadliest Catch' pals Jonathan and Andy Hillstrand.
Rowe described Harris death as "emotional" for everyone. "When you lose a guy like that on a show like this, it shifts the focus on the community," the 'Dirty Jobs' host explained. See the video after the jump.
Meanwhile, the Hillstrands lament the loss of their friend, saying it was like losing their father. Watch
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