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Men Vs. Wild

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Did anyone else catch this one? Will Ferrell was the "guest" on the show. It made for some very funny stuff!

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Dam you Bear Grylls!!! That was hilarious.

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Ya it was good, I thought with Will it was going to be cheesy but turned out good. Loved the ending Will saying Bear made him cry off camera and then Bear saying it was good except for when Will mistook him for his wife

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haha yea i got a kick out of that, could tell there was a bunch of stuff staged, like the twinkie but still very funny

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I thought it was a good one.

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They had it on again today so I DVR'd it. Just watched it, guess I don't get the hipe. Didn't find much humor there and was kinda boring. Liked how they made it look so hard to get down that 100 foot drop and when they were both going down it together it was all carved out for them.

I do like Will but his humor is starting to get old with me. It's the same stuff time after time. He needs to do some fresh material.

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All of the show is set-up, and he has a safety crew with him at all times. The #%^&*(man does not have a crew with him.

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Do you think survivorman could out survive bear gyrlls?

It wouldnt even be close, Bear Grylls was former SAS the best in the world at what they do and what Delta Force was modeled after

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If les didn't have to film himself the entire time, I would put him up against Bear every day of the week.

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thats the thing les is in the middle of no where with no one, bear has a crew with him and he just does dumb stuff to get the ratings, yea he is very experienced but he has been busted so many times

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If les didn't have to film himself the entire time, I would put him up against Bear every day of the week.

really?

I climbing and survival?

Bear to me appears very fit and physically gifted

Les looks like he just walked out of a bar

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