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Thursday, November 01, 2007

bear grylls steps up to another "wild" season of man vs wild

we're thrilled that is back for another amazing season of cliff-hanging suspense and death-defying excitement. the new season starts next friday (nov 9) on the channel with a special episode: bear's mission everest, where show host treks to the himalayas to attempt to fly a powered paraglider higher than everest (which he set the record for being the youngest person to climb, at age 23). from there he'll travel through the sahara, panama and to patagonia.

if you can't get enough of the show, check out behind the scenes info in insight, and not badly written either...

also, check out some classic clips of bear finding nourishment in some of the slimiest ways possible:

9 comments:

said...

cannot wait for this. best show ever.

11/01/2007 04:11:00 PM
Anonymous said...

bear is awesome.

11/02/2007 11:02:00 AM
Anonymous said...

Suckers! Bear is a fake.

11/02/2007 07:45:00 PM
Anonymous said...

yeah you're right, jackass, he's a "fake." like everyone doesn't know about that story already. sheesh.

11/05/2007 08:15:00 AM
Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. "Bear is a fake,"
That dead zebra he's munching on didn't look too fake to me. Also, let's see you drink your own piss sometime. Fake or not, it's hands down the most entertaining and informative show on TV.

11/05/2007 11:30:00 AM
Anonymous said...

yes indeed, let's see you drink your own piss sometime.

11/05/2007 08:58:00 PM
Anonymous said...

Eating gross food happens all the time on shows like Survivor or Fear Factor. Check out this video in Hawaii.

11/06/2007 11:01:00 AM
Anonymous said...

The problem with shows like Survivor and Fear Factor is they are completely devoid of any useful content--they're anesthesia for your brain. Man v. Wild actually TEACHES you something. Who gives a damn if they filmed it near a freeway--I've almost died near the freeway plenty of times.

11/06/2007 11:18:00 AM
said...

i love these shows, one i my favourite and perhaps one of the first in this genre was ray mears's bushman.

11/06/2007 11:38:00 AM

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