I Shouldn't Be Alive: Season 1, Episode 11

Lost at Sea (9 Jun. 2006)

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Two sons with their dads decide a fishing trip to Mexico would be a great way to bond. But an unexpected storm forces them to ditch the plane in the sea. They survive the crash only to face peril in open water.

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Tim Ahern ...
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Steven Beckingham ...
Rob Rusnak
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Skier
Mike Benson ...
Himself
Peter Blinston ...
Himself
Matthew Couilard ...
Himself
Marc Couillard ...
Himself
Mary Couillard ...
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Mike Couillard ...
Himself
James Cunningham ...
Peter
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Kevin
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Himself
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Deborah Scaling Kiley
Abe Furlong ...
Marc Couillard
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Two sons with their dads decide a fishing trip to Mexico would be a great way to bond. But an unexpected storm forces them to ditch the plane in the sea. They survive the crash only to face peril in open water.

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