Man Vs. Wild 2

UPDATE: Bear was on the Conan O’Brien show the other night talking about the new season of Man vs. Wild.

I really hope that they are planning more seasons of Man vs. Wild. The first season only has about 7 episodes or so. A lot of people criticize the show because of his camera crew. I think it makes the show more interesting and certainly easier to watch. Plus, like I mentioned before – they aren’t really allowed to help him unless he is in mortal danger.

I guess that the thing I appreciate about the show the most is that it is a huge proponent of being prepared. As an Eagle Scout, I think that this is one of the most helpful concepts in life. Obviously – we cannot foresee all the problems we may run into in life, but at least we can study up a bit and be prepared in some way. The best part of being ready yourself is that then you will be ready to help someone else when they are in need. I think this is what MvW is all about fundamentally.

Season 2 starts June 15, 2007 (Here is Episode One)

Here are a few more clips from season 1 for your enjoyment.

Shark Love?

Cold, Colder, Coldest…

avocados, mayonnaise, and chocolate…

Read my earlier post: Man Vs. Wild


5 Responses to “Man Vs. Wild 2”

  1. What the Crap? Man Vs. Wild « Says:

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  2. Tim Says:

    I don’t have a problem with the presence of his camera crew for two reasons:

    1. We don’t need another replay of that aussie Croc Hunter making the ‘Ultimate Sacrifice’ for TV ratings. Camera crew or not, he’s done a great deal of things that could have gotten him killed.

    2. It makes for better coverage – not filiming yourself

  3. Chris Says:

    Love the show…………..Bear is a likeable character and the format is very interesting. As a former Recon Marine, it’s good memories.

  4. John Buckingham Says:

    Brilliant show,

    Survivorman gets a bit dry, maybe staying put and surviving for 7 days is more realistic, but learning how to travel miles and survive, as unrealistic as it may be, just as unrealist as you or me getting stranded in a desert, is exciting.

  5. whatthecrap? Says:

    I absolutely agree. I think the arguments over, how real this one thing is, or who’s a better survivor – are so totally pointless. Man vs. Wild and Survivorman are TV shows. TV – something held in high regard for its “realness”…(right!)
    Both shows are entertaining and cool. That’s what they should be. I just happen to find MvW more interesting because of Grylls’ personality – plus, the camera work can be better. It’s that simple. Great shows – both with strengths of their own.

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