The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 22 – Are Marty and Rick Finally Going to Leave Smith’s Cove?

Loyal followers of the active reality television series are becoming more and more excited while Marty Lagina and Rick go on their journey to find the secret treasure in the tiny wooded island that lies just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. Legends tell us that there is a spooky treasure buried there. Now fans wonder what could happen in the next episode.

The name of this episode is “Lost and Founding”, the episode should be about the problems Mary and Rick are facing right now. Views are completely aware of all the predicaments the Lagina brothers have to face so that they can go on with their operations. One being that the crane operators on the show went on strike because they want bigger salaries.

This is the reason Marty and Rick were forced to work while their workers are on strike. Before this episode, the Lagina brothers came to the conclusion that the structures at Smith’s Cove are a bit older than at the Money Pit. The team has to leave in two weeks before the winter season kicks in.


In the Seismic Matters episode, fans saw Craig and Rick having a video call with Marty where they talked and made the final decisions. The three of them agreed to explore the swamp thoroughly before moving to their next location. This will probably be in the next episode.

The “Lost and Founding” episode should also show us what the situation is at Smith’s Cove right now where the rest of the team is. Some speculate that Rick and Marty are onto something big in The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 22.

The next episode will also feature Chris Donah, a researcher the brothers met in episode 21. He talked about the mysterious triangle shape with Rick. We are probably going to find out more about the slipway in the next episode.

The next episode should release on Tuesday, April 30, at 9 p.m. on History Channel. If you want more The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 22 spoilers, predictions, news, and updates then keep checking Business Times.