I didn't know people actually watched that crap. I saw about 2 minutes of it and changed the channel. Honestly, you should give it a chance. It is incredible what thesepeople endure, all all the things I can't understand how they handle, it is the bugs, they are basically being eaten for 21 straight days by mosquitoes and the like. Best looking babe I've seen on the show.. She also had a very positive, upbeat attitude.
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If you are looking for another guilty pleasure to indulge in, try Naked And Afraid. The Discovery Channel sends a group of naked coupled strangers into the wild for three weeks. They are naked, afraid and have to work together in order to survive the 21 days. What's not to like?
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