Viking Shores Live Aftershow

Take a look back at the Whale Wars: Viking Shores aftershow featuring Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd and Heri Joensen of the Faroe Islandes. Aftershow recorded

Viking Shores Live Aftershow

Viking Shores Live Aftershow
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Take a look back at the Whale Wars: Viking Shores aftershow featuring Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd and Heri Joensen of the Faroe Islandes. Aftershow recorded

Deleted Scenes from Viking Shores

Deleted Scenes from Viking Shores
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Go beyond the Whale Wars: Viking Shores series. Watch deleted scenes that didn't make it to air.

Viking Shores Video Highlights

Viking Shores Video Highlights
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Watch video highlights from the Whale Wars: Viking Shores series, featuring Sea Shepherd's clash with the people of the Faroe Islands over their traditional

Has the Grind Started?

Has the Grind Started?
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In direct pursuit of Faroese ships, Sea Shepherd races to get ahead of them so they can stop the grind. But as they get closer they wonder what really is going on.

Sea Shepherd Mobilizes

Sea Shepherd Mobilizes
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Over 60 vessels mobilize and head in the direction of a beach where there have been reports of a grind, or pilot whale slaughter. Is this the moment the Sea Shepherds have been waiting for?

Swimming with Pilot Whales

Swimming with Pilot Whales
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After six weeks of being in the Faroe Islands, the Sea Shepherds finally spot a pod of pilot whales. Simon is overcome with emotion and jumps in to swim with them.

Who Really Won the Battle?

Who Really Won the Battle?
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As Sea Shepherd leaves the Faroe Islands, Paul Watson calls the campaign a "complete success," as no whales were killed while they were there, but the Faroese say they've successfully held their ground and will return to their tradition.

A Photo Opportunity?

A Photo Opportunity?
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In this deleted scene, a mother photographs her child in front of a bloody photo of the grind. Sea Shepherd wants to know why.

The Grind is a Family Tradition

The Grind is a Family Tradition
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In this deleted scence, a young father talks about the tradition of the grind and how he thinks it is an important Faroese custom.

Father Teaches How to Kill a Whale

Father Teaches How to Kill a Whale
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A father who participates in the grind teaches his young boys how to humanely kill a pilot whale. The oldest of the boys, 14, expresses great interest in joining his father in the annual tradition.

Locals Harass Sea Shepherd

Locals Harass Sea Shepherd
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A few drunk and disorderly Faroese locals harass the crew of the Brigitte Bardot. Simon gets very angry when one of them tries to steal his hat and the police are called.

Anti-Sea Shepherd T-Shirts

Anti-Sea Shepherd T-Shirts
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In this deleted scene, Faroese Islanders buy anti-Sea Shepherd and anti-Paul Watson t-shirts, and explain why they support the grind.

The Debate Over the Grind

The Debate Over the Grind
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In this deleted scence, Faroese Viking metal band Tyr talks about the issues surrounding the grind and explains why they think what Sea Shepherd is doing is wrong.

Help From an Insider

Help From an Insider
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In this deleted scene, a Scottish man who lives in the Faroe Islands lends his support to Sea Shepherd, much to the dislike of his adopted countrymen!

Has the Grind Evolved?

Has the Grind Evolved?
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Heri Joensen contends that the grind has adapted and changed over the years to be more humane and that it only takes seconds for a whale to be killed. Paul Watson believes that the killing of intelligent creatures should be outlawed entirely.

Sea Shepherd Supporters in Faroes?

Sea Shepherd Supporters in Faroes?
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Paul Watson and Heri Joensen debate whether there are many true supporters of Sea Shepherd living in the Faroe Islands.

Should Children Watch the Grind?

Should Children Watch the Grind?
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A viewer asks Heri Joensen if he would ever let his sons watch the Grind. His response is thoughtful, but Paul is skeptical of his reasoning.

Closing Arguments

Closing Arguments
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Paul Watson and Heri Joensen give their final thoughts on the grind in the Faroe Islands. Also, watch a sneak peek of the next episode of Whale Wars: Viking Shores.

Are Whales Too Intelligent to Eat?

Are Whales Too Intelligent to Eat?
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Paul Watson thinks that research in the near future could prove that whales are the most intelligent creatures on the planet. Heri Joensen thinks there's nothing to suggest that whales are more intelligent than pigs, and if you can kill a pig, wh ...

Are the Faroes Ferocious?

Are the Faroes Ferocious?
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Paul Watson called last year's Sea Shepherd campaign in the Faroe Islands "Operation Ferocious Isles." He is asked to defend this name directly to Heri Joensen, a Faroese Islander.

Whale a Necessary Food Source?

Whale a Necessary Food Source?
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Paul Watson and Heri Joensen discuss whether the Faroese people really need to eat whale meat as part of their diet.

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