Bob and Linda accept a Valentine's Day dinner invitation from the chef of a fancy restaurant; the kids have a scheme to get cheap Valentine's Day candy, but first they'll have to make it past an unusually strict babysitter.
After narrowly escaping the jungles of Guyana, South America, Parker and his crew reunite to reveal many untold stories of all the the deadly wildlife, physical ailments, extreme weather, and jaw-dropping experiences of their mining adventure.
Parker, Rick, Karla, and Sam have crossed Guyana and set up their own gold mine in Marudi, the heart of a modern-day gold rush. But their dreams of jungle gold are derailed by a local land dispute that threatens to turn violent.
Parker and his team arrive in Marudi, the epicenter of a twenty first century gold rush. They have just two weeks to find a claim get the equipment they need to set up a jungle operation and mine for Guyanese gold.
In the jungles of Guyana, Parker and crew are chased by deadly caiman and bitten by carnivorous piranha. Then their attempt to drag their boat up a waterfall results in a disaster that could end not just the expedition but the life of one of the crew.
Parker wants to mine in the jungles of Guyana, South America when but an out-of-control water hose leaves him injured and local miners refuse to lease him ground, he's faced with a stark choice double down or head home.
Against the advice of the locals, Parker and crew head off alone, deep into uncharted jungle, risking encounters with caiman, jaguars, snakes and venomous spiders. They attempt to cross a quarter mile of raging rapids but the current takes hold of Rick.
Having just mined $7 million worth of gold, Parker now wants an even tougher challenge: to mine in the gold-rich jungles of Guyana, South America and learn from the locals. But his longtime foreman Rick is about to drop a bombshell of news in the process.
Parker and his crew are only 50 miles into the daunting 600 mile trek on the Klondike Trail. It's a race against time as the water is quickly freezing, but with food sources running low they are forced to pause and go hunting or face starvation.
Parker Schnabel and his friends pay tribute to the legends before them and attempt the Klondike Trail of 1897. Not only is it 600 miles of mountains, lakes and rivers, but leaving dangerously late in the season means the winter may derail their plans.
Parker Schnabel and three friends are about to attempt the Klondike trail of 1897. It’s 600 miles of mountains, lakes, rivers and frozen wilderness. But first, we get to the know the team behind this expedition and find out why they're doing this.
Parker's quests to find gold in the wild put his survival skills to the ultimate test. He hunts for gold along the freezing Klondike Trail in Alaska, attempts to mine more than Todd Hoffman in South America, and faces danger in Papua New Guinea.
Parker reveals new details and insight about his epic gold mining expedition in Papua New Guinea, including a near-death moment. Never-before-seen footage exposes the highs and lows of the trail and one team member makes a surprising revelation.
In his final days, Parker's quest to find the motherlode in Papua New Guinea sends him deep into the jungle where he joins locals in a sacrifice to appease the spirits. And one final cleanup and gold weigh determines if he strikes it big.
Parker and his team are at Edie Creek in Papua New Guinea. They discover their new friends, members of the Kukukuku tribe, are using mercury to extract their gold. Parker builds a device to contain the poisonous gases.
An encounter with a group of machete-wielding locals tests the team's preparedness for the region's dangerous conditions after a grueling jungle trek leads Parker and his team to a network of abandoned WWII tunnels.
In an area known to locals as "Hell's Crack," Parker and his team navigate a treacherous river, battle extreme heat and fight machine breakdowns to prospect ground so rich it could hold 100 million dollars worth of gold.
In the legendary Palmer goldfields, Parker and his team encounter a lucrative family-run mining operation and discover dirt far richer than anything they've seen in the Yukon. But convincing the family to lease him virgin ground will come at a price.
Tempted by the largest nuggets he's ever seen, Parker ventures deep into an underground mine. Tyler tracks down a trommel for the team and a local miner lets the team test a claim that yields more gold per yard than Parker's ever seen in the Yukon.
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