Posted 03 August 2007 - 05:36 PM
Member since March 25, 2005.
Posted 04 August 2007 - 01:09 AM
Man vs. Wild is a great show. The best sitcom in TV history is Seinfeld. The best cartoon comedy is South Park.
Posted 07 August 2007 - 08:14 PM
Only some of them are real. The only one i know for sure that is faked is the Outback one. They give him Gatorade and powerbars. Others are real though. Great show to watch high as hell.
Favorite Show in no particular order
-Flight of the Conchords on HBO
-The Office on NBC
-Scrubs on NBC
-Human Weapon on History Channel
-Las Vegas on NBC
Posted 12 August 2007 - 11:26 AM
Mythbusters is awesome. Other favourites of mine are Top Gear, any sports program on or Mock the Week (a British comedy quiz show)
Posted 12 August 2007 - 01:31 PM
shows- i dont watch shows
toons i enjoy- some adultswim, southpark, i got into spongebob lately pretty funny, use to watch grim adventures of billy and mandy, ed edd and eddy, simpsons.
tube mostly stays on sports. i usually pay attention to PTI when they tell ya what to watch and sportscenter.. then auto tune my reciever to watch whatever game is recommended. around the horn has to be my favorite show right now ill watch the toons during the down time.
Damn it huevos rancheros move out the way!
Posted 12 August 2007 - 09:43 PM
where did u hear that...I thought that show was actually real...
"I'm glad that the Gillette field was soft and messy
since I spent so much time down on it."-Tom Brady
Posted 12 August 2007 - 09:55 PM
TO LIVE up to his public image of a rugged, ex-SAS adventurer, it must have seemed essential for Bear Grylls to appear at ease sleeping rough and catching his own food in his television survival series.
But it has emerged that Grylls, 33, was enjoying a far more conventional form of comfort, retreating some nights from filming in mountains and on desert islands to nearby lodges and hotels.
Now Channel 4 has launched an investigation into whether Grylls, who has conquered Everest and the Arctic, deceived the public in his series Born Survivor.
The series, screened in March and April and watched by 1.4m viewers, built up Grylls’s credentials as a tough outdoorsman. In a question and answer session on Channel 4’s website, he recalls how station bosses pitched the venture to him stating: “We just drop you into a lot of different hellholes equipped with nothing, and you do what you have to do to survive.”
But an adviser to Born Survivor has disclosed that at one location where the adventurer claimed to be a “real life Robin-son Crusoe” trapped on “a desert island”, he was actually on an outlying part of the Hawaiian archipelago and spent nights at a motel.
On another occasion in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains where he was filmed biting off the head of a snake for breakfast and struggling for survival “with just a water bottle, a cup and a flint for making fire”, he actually slept some nights with the crew in a lodge fitted with television and internet access. The Pines Resort at Bass Lake is advertised as “a cosy getaway for families” with blueberry pancakes for breakfast.
In one episode Grylls, son of the late Tory MP Sir Michael Grylls, was shown apparently building a Polynesian-style raft using only materials around him, including bamboo, hibiscus twine and palm leaves for a sail.
But according to Mark Weinert, an Oregon-based survival consultant brought in for the job, it was he who led the team that built the raft. It was then dismantled so that Grylls could be shown building it on camera.
In another episode viewers watched as Grylls tried to coax an apparently wild mustang into a lasso in the Sierra Nevada. “I’m in luck,” he told viewers, apparently coming across four wild horses grazing in a meadow. “A chance to use an old native American mode of transport comes my way. This is one of the few places in the whole of the US where horses still roam wild.”
In fact, Weinert said, the horses were not wild but were brought in by trailer from a nearby trekking station for the “choreographed” feature.
“If you really believe everything happens the way it is shown on TV, you are being a little bit naive,” he said.
Channel 4 confirmed that Grylls had used hotels during expeditions and has now asked Diverse, the Bristol-based production company that made the programme, to look into the other claims.
“We take any allegations of misleading our audiences seriously,” said a spokeswoman for the channel.
The latest suggestion that Channel 4 may have breached viewer trust comes as the broad-caster’s supervisory board prepares to issue new editorial guidelines to suppliers in order to stamp out alleged sharp practices that mislead viewers.
“Born Survivor is not an observational documentary series but a ‘how to’ guide to basic survival techniques in extreme environments,” the spokeswoman said.
“The programme explicitly does not claim that presenter Bear Grylls’s experience is one of unaided solo survival.”
Nevertheless, the disclosure is likely to disappoint fans of the Eton-educated adventurer, who at the age of 23 became the youngest Briton to scale Everest. Just two years before that he had broken his back in three places after his parachute ripped during a military exercise.
On screen he has emerged as a natural performer, with stunts such as squeezing water from animal dung and sucking the fluid from fish eyeballs.
Grylls could not be contacted for comment this weekend as he was trekking in the Brecon Beacons with his four-year-old son.
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now les stroud is a hoss
Damn it huevos rancheros move out the way!