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She spends most of her time working on her tan, and refuses to look for food and water because " there is plenty of time " and she is used to fasting. She also refuses food when it is offered to her, letting half an anteater that Forrest killed go to waste. When Forrest tells her days later that he found some oysters and ate them all because she wants no food from him, you can tell from her face that she is hungry now and realizes she screwed up, but is too proud to admit it.
It Gets Worse when Cassie, not having learned her lesson, acts equally hostile to Manu and Russell after their groups join up, and she only has a sudden epiphany and apologizes for her behavior the day before departing, when the others were contemplating leaving her behind.
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Though she successfully completed the challenge, her PSR dropped to 3. Amateur hunter Jeff and wilderness guide Eva face the wilds of Madagascar with nothing but a knife and a fire-starter.
You'd Expect Jeff to defer to Eva's greater experience, given that she lives off the land for a living and has experience in dry climates he doesn't. Instead Jeff, citing his Mormon faith, refuses to share body heat with his partner Eva, despite near-freezing temperatures and a lack of fire.
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He later burned the first bit of food they had in two weeks - a snake that Eva caught with her bare hands. To add insult to injury, he complained about not liking feminists and credited The Holy Father with their success in finding food rather than Eva's experience as a wilderness guide. To top it all off, he burned their camp down with his second attempt to cook a snake. In this episode, make-up artist Alana and sobriety coach Keith must survive on a deserted beach in Fiji with nothing but a machete and a fire-starter.
You'd Expect their first priority would be finding water. Instead Keith wastes time and energy trying to cut down trees with his machete and provokes poisonous sea snakes while playing the big-strong-man trying to "protect" Alana.
He winds up tapping out on Day 11, after getting some kind of intestinal disease drinking unclean water. It Gets Worse if you watch some of the bonus footage on the show's website. There we find out that not only did Keith allow their fire to go out but he wasted a day trying to build chairs for their shelter at a time when they had no fire, no food and no water.
Firefighter Fernando and single-mom Samantha brave the rain forests of Malaysia with nothing but a machete and a fire-starter. You'd Expect anyone with a modicum of survival training to know that eating strange mushrooms is a bad idea.
Instead Fernando chows down on an unknown mushroom and almost immediately has an allergic reaction. His blood pressure drops to a lethal level and he develops a This was such a brazen act of stupidity that Fernando's final PSR score dropped, despite his successfully completing the challenge.
Survival instructor Vincent and homemaker Sabrina tackle the tropical jungle of Bolivia with two fire-starting sticks and a hatchet. You'd Expect them to do quite well, given that they find a box canyon with a waterfall to make camp in. Instead Sabrina proves to be worse than useless, having the attitude that men are meant to provide for women.
She complains about Vincent needing to "step up his game" after he has difficulty hunting and foraging for food. Despite reportedly being an expert on plant identification, she makes no efforts to find edible plants and instead spends her days at their camp, casting protective spells and wood-crafting pentacles. It Gets Worse after Vincent is force to tap out due to having contracted multiple tropical diseases.
Sabrina almost makes it to Day 21, but is forcibly evacuated after she contracts food poisoning from trying to eat a decaying parrot head left behind by some animal with better sense about what was and wasn't edible. Despite all this, Sabrina's PSR still went up since she managed to survive for a few days on her own. Blood In The Water: Adventurer Dani and paramedic Justin team up to survive in the remote Andros Islands.
You'd Expect Justin to be happy to have a partner who is as capable as he is. Instead he complains about the traditional gender roles being flipped when illness forces him to stay at camp, maintaining the fire while Dani goes off hunting. He refuses to eat any of the food she provides and lets the fire die out of spite. In this episode two former military survivalists, Carrie and Tom, are teamed to face the jungles of Cambodia. You'd Expect this team to be disciplined and inclined to working well together.
Instead while the couple do fairly well at securing the bare necessities needed to survive, they prove incapable of working together. Carrie pegs Tom as a born officer, capable of giving orders and little else. Carrie, by contrast, wanders off on her own after growing bored with just sitting around the camp. Despite finding food on her journey, Tom complains about her not getting firewood like he told her to.
So it was very obvious especially after he undressed that Clint was probably the most out of shape person on the show to date. He was easily a good pounds overweight. This week, the choice of survival items that Clint and Laura picked were quite interesting. On most shows, one person picks a knife, machete or axe and the other will choose a fire starter or something similar. Laura picked a machete, which seemed like a good choice. But Clint had a very odd survival item.
He chose swimming goggles. Clint was not a strong swimmer and not fond of the water in general. I guess he thought by wearing goggles, he would somehow be transformed into Aquaman. Of course, when they first arrived, it looked like they were in paradise. Palm trees, a sandy beach and warm sunshine. They even joked that they felt like they were on their honeymoon. They quickly realized this was no paradise at all.
When they woke up the 1st morning, they were covered in bug bites. They had rats and other animals crawling on them as they slept. They realized they would have to build a fire to try to keep some of the critters and bugs away. Panama being very wet and humid made starting a fire very difficult. Clint bragged about how he could split bamboo and use a fire bow to start a fire. Well after a few attempts he quickly gave up. This was the first of many failed attempts by Clint.
More on that later.
Eventually I think it was day 10 or 12they finally got a fire going. But the bug bites had already taken their toll. It was difficult for her to walk around, and she said she was worried about Anaphylatic shock. Well amazingly after about days with the swelled feet, she woke up and the swelling went down and she seemed fine. Just wish they were honest about it.
One other odd thing happened as well. While opening a coconut with the machete, Laura sliced her finger open. It was a pretty good sized cut. They showed Clint wrapping leaves around her finger to stop the bleeding and to keep it clean.