As an equity partner in the series, Lewis and his crew were able to mine more than 1,000 ounces for the season, as shown by their gold totals. The primary "Gold Rush" equivalent is `"Gold" on that same theme, as it starts with the candidates who are profitable or near profitable in the end of the first season. Season 10 ended on March 20, it was the 2,106th episode of "Gold."
His team eventually fell in love with the Klondike, and with the help of Dodge, Turin, and their new prospector, Steve, successfully finished their season and hit the jackpot. From there, things seemed to have gone downhill for the three again, in Season 11. The Hoffman, Lewis, and Turin teams switched from using old school pick and shovels to a modern, high tech, deep rig. Despite their best efforts, the three teams could not find any gold, but Parker and his crew managed to find $40,000 in diamonds, despite Parker's insistence the season wasn't over and his crew should keep mining. Just as Dennis Billingsley predicted in his closing monologue, the Hoffman, Lewis, Turin, and Dodge teams all failed miserably when competing against one another for the biggest diamond prize of all: $100,000! d2c66b5586