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I think it has to do with how technology has changed since then. During that time, we could only 'time-shift' TV shows with: VCRs (notoriously hard to program) Betamax (while it lasted) Now we have: DVRs (TiVo, from your TV service provider, etc) Internet/Digital video services (Netflix, Hulu, network websites) DVDs and Blu rays. Video On-demand. ...


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I use http://www.pogdesign.co.uk/cat/ for this. You create an account, select the shows you watch, and you get a personalized calendar for when new episodes air. It also supports exporting an iCal file, which I import into my Google Calendar. This then gets the episodes onto my phone's calendar.


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I know, I thought so too when I first saw Jake. But it turns out his eyes are not inverted. The sclera of his eye (aka "the white of the eye") isn't shown. The whole eye is drawn black, as can be seen on dogs whose eyes are not turned at extreme angle and the white circle we see is reflected light, like on this random stock photo of a dog (not the same model ...


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If someone was doing something illegal, I would think the police would begin investigating. Especially if it was a series and not just a documentary. Although the guys in the show have claimed in interviews that it's legit, it has since been determined that it isn't.


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Grylls is fake. He has a crew with him at all times. Nothing is done without careful preparation. This is documented in the Wiki page, where one crew member admitted the show was fake: In 2006, a Born Survivor crew member admitted that some scenes in episodes were misleading, indicating to viewers that Grylls was stranded in the wild alone when he was ...


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It is not fully real; It is a TV show, so obviously it is not 100% real, but Bear Grylls knows how to survive in a real life situation. And Bear has failed in his survival techniques, for example, when he is in Ecuador, he makes a Bamboo ladder, but it breaks as he is placing it over a river, which costed him time and he didn't get a shelter that night as ...


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Indiana is in the Midwest of the US (the Middle). The East Coast and West Coast intellectuals look down on middle America and refer to it as "flyover".



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