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|Topic Started: Jun 26 2012, 11:01 PM (641 Views)|
|KMan101||Jun 26 2012, 11:01 PM Post #1|
Anyone watch this on CMT?
It's hilarious. It's actually somewhat serious and a definite take on Survivor. But I like it. VERY redneck lol.
It's entertaining. Steve Austin hosts. They are living on an island (though they are given cabins, a pool, bathroom materials). One challenge involved players locked together in port-a-potties and the team that won that challenge got exclusive use of a port a potty (they had to dig through mud or whatever to find keys to unlock the port-a-potties and let out the other players. There was one key that unlocked the 'golden port-a-potty'). The voting confessional is a shed and the players write the names of who they want to eliminate onto beer cans and place them in a cooler. It sounds terrible but it's actually not THAT bad. And hey, they're real people.
I'm surprised there wasn't much press for this? I never even heard of it (and I consider myself VERY in the TV loop, LOL) and happened to see it on my guide and just had to check it out as a Survivor nut.
CBS must not have cared because Viacom owns CBS and CMT is a Viacom station.
I know, I can't even believe I typed some of that out but yes, it's real.
Edited by KMan101, Jun 26 2012, 11:03 PM.
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