Bear Grylls of 'Man vs. Wild' eats fresh goat testicles this week, video clips
By April MacIntyre Feb 10, 2010, 3:12 GMT
Check out some strange survival tips.When shooting conditions are too dangerous for the crew, Bear sports a tiny resilient camera on his wrist to capture some of the more treacherous shots. Courtesy of Discovery
Bear Grylls of "Man vs. Wild" will put anything in his mouth and eat it.
In fact, anyone watching who might even be remotely interested in him as a boyfriend (to kiss) needs to watch the last clip embedded below, as Bear eats live frogs, eyeballs and freshly whacked off Goat testicles, the latter so foul he dry heaved for a spell, to the delight of his production crew.
"Man vs. Wild" airs next on Feb. 10 at 9PM ET/PT. Wednesdays is Bear's night on Discovery.
This is the man who a few weeks back demonstrated administering an enema with fetid fresh water while stranded on a raft in the middle of the ocean (skills we all need).
Bear now goes to the Oregon wilderness for more fun.
Bear takes on Hell's Canyon -- the deepest river canyon in the world. Huge snowdrifts, frozen lakes, burnt out forests, 150 foot cliffs and the frigid white water rapids of the Snake River stand between him and civilization on Feb 10, 8:00 pm.
Bear Grylls also finds himself in a new kind of jungle -- a concrete jungle. Bear uses the same wilderness survival techniques to stay alive in a city post-disaster.
Then we have Man vs. Wild Shooting Survival as we go behind the scenes of Man vs Wild. Meet Bear's stalwart crew and follow along as they go to extremes to film Bear trekking to the ends of the earth. They have some good stories, and probably wouldn't kiss him on the lips either.
Stinky Skunk = rank roadkill barbecue
Check out some strange survival tips.When shooting conditions are too dangerous for the crew, Bear sports a tiny resilient camera on his wrist to capture some of the more treacherous shots.
Check out some strange survival tips. Go behind the scenes with Bear and his crew as they partake in some of Bear's more interesting meals. Let the hurling begin.
Discovery Channel announced it has ordered "Worst Case Scenario," a new series that will feature Grylls putting himself in potentially life-threatening situations and showing viewers how to get out of them.
"Bear Grylls demonstrates resourcefulness in the face of adversity," said Discovery Channel president Clark Bunting.
"Grylls teaches the audience at home that you don't have to be a Navy Seal or a stuntman to survive these intense situations - you just have to be prepared, use basic common sense, and learn how to not panic."
Each one-hour episode will follow Grylls as he provides step-by-step instructions on everything you may need to know when faced with a worst case scenario, according to Discovery.
Some of the situations Worst Case Scenario will cover will include escaping a high-rise apartment fire, fending off a shark attack, escaping a sinking car, getting out of a frozen lake, surviving brake failure while driving a car down a hill, preventing a mountain lion attack, and managing to fall down a flight of stairs unharmed.
Discovery Channel ordered six episodes of Worst Case Scenario, which is currently slated to premiere this spring.