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  • A Rookie's Nightmare felt a bit like the karma show, the one in which some of the drivers got at least a small taste of what has been due them for a while
  • Eventually, his bosses see the damage, and they aren't happy about it
  • In reality, the bosses are concerned and they say that Hugh is going to have to pay for the damage done to the load if the customer demands it
  • I loved seeing my favorite Lisa battling an unusual load -- a bear cage

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      In an odd sort of way, Ice Road Truckers: A Rookie’s Nightmare felt a bit like the karma show, the one in which some of the drivers got at least a small taste of what has been due them for a while.

      For example, Hugh, nicknamed the polar bear, is a good driver, but he’s arrogant and vulgar. He also takes short cuts. The thing is that he knows trucks, and that one fact


      has saved him a few times over the course of this season. In this episode, though, he decides not to worry about a load that isn’t tied down very well. He knows it; he points it out even to the camera guy.

      Eventually, his bosses see the damage, and they aren’t happy about it. Hugh laughs it off, feels like he’s gotten away with it, and just goes on his way. In ...


      • reality, the bosses are concerned and they say that Hugh is going to have to pay for the damage done to the load if the customer demands it.

        Frankly, it was worth watching this show just to see Hugh come close to having to pay the piper. We’re not quite there yet, but close.

        Then there was Ray, who was busy running off his mouth about Alex for some reason. The next thing Ray knew,

        he’d run his truck into a ditch. It took two trucks to pull him out, after a few hours of digging away snow. The kicker? Alex was right there helping, and he probably shouldn’t have been considering his medical history. Ray barely held onto his job.

        I loved seeing my favorite Lisa battling an unusual load — a bear cage. That was a hoot, but she handled it very well.

        This was a good episode.




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