Discovery Channel (ended 2011)
|For example when you're watching a car program do you complain that off air the hosts aren't living in their cars?? .|
I would be upset if the host specifically said that is what they are doing, then were discovered to have lied about it. What people are disappointed about is the large disparity between what bear clams to be doing and finding, and what actually happened.
People aren't mad he spends time in hotels, they're mad that he claims not to in the show. I have no problem with a guy making ahigh qualitywilderness survival show who wants to spend his night in comfort. But I do have a problem when he specifically says in the show that he's spending the night outdoors. I have no problem with using a life jacket in a raging river, but don't specifically claim the only aid you have is an inflated jacket. etc.
|No , of course you wont read anything that gets in the way of you Grylles fantasy, you'd rather make stuff up to suport dream there. He , since its so difficult for you to read, watch this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0qyKyWaNEQ How does "I'm stranded... I have to make my way out..." in an interview setup a scene? I can tell you a about a show that has nothing to do with surviving, that Man VS Wild lol.|
Beats Les the Whining Man any day!
|He uses safety equipment - I wonder why he does that? He doesn't actually spend two days in the wild|
But in the episodes he specifically claims he's not using safety equipment, and specifically claims he is spending his days and nights in the wild. THAT is lying, and THAT is whatmost people are mad about. If you want to demonstrate survival techniques with reasonable precautions , that's fine. But say that's what you're doing, don't claim otherwise to look cooler or make a more thrilling show.