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And story it was just tell me about the -- to break this Cy Young kid who wanted off during a family ski trip.
And was found a safe -- sand having apparently built himself.
And Dice-K even and Chris -- our senior entertainment editor from folks -- dot com is here and AD he'd learn these skills from a reality show on.
-- yet apparently a reality show called dual survivor that's on the Discovery Channel.
We talked to the producer of the show and he said when he first heard about the kid and what he done he thought that's the episode we did.
In 2011 -- in the Rockies with a dual survivor guys where they basically camped out for -- nights in sub zero weather.
And the only way they survive despite digging it a cave into -- notre and that's.
-- -- it did that.
What it is like Google hasn't you know seventeen years old seventy Nicholas -- so while when they found them they said pat -- you know this kid and he said I watched.
I watched the show it's -- and so he built this -- you are right there with with twigs the heat -- -- it out and apparently had just watched the episode and and apparently human the human body -- top as much energy as a hundred watt lightbulb attached you know I did not know that now he's just letting so you get a hundred.
What a hundred watt lightbulb in -- in an area like that it's -- it.
Raise the temperature to about forty degrees melody and that's how we -- was it two -- he survived two nights two nights and you know this -- water because it's funny it's now.
He's only got to do is keep warm because you're not to get dehydrated you're just gonna die of hypothermia right about these these initial produces were pretty Don excited when they learned that we -- to the -- -- that -- the first time that somebody said that you went.
What they went they saw on the show actually saved saved that person's life so there.
Is there is a purpose to some of these reality TV shows yes.
Since the DNA carte fashion shows that actually have some on socially redeeming values what uncle -- when I was I was at -- the the UN yesterday.
-- -- covering the the Syrian story in North Korean stories and who.
And we were sitting in the truck sort of -- -- within a little bit of -- time between seem to be in the possible.
And I sold a show on that cold be.
She cause of something -- Sunday that -- yes my word we had the other end of reality because one of those stars and here a couple weeks ago really serious anger management issues except.
-- -- it at that well -- yeah I guess I guess the point is there is a whole gamut of you have reality shows there and you can choose that you can you some useful ones.
Yes there's -- -- ones especially if you want to survive.
I would recommend them and actually talk to the producer he said.
You know we're in the entertainment business do we -- get ratings and you know but it's nice to have a show weren't you actually teach somebody something -- do you watch American Idol this week.
I have not seen at this week I know there were down to the top down that.
We're down to the top ten it was fun last night I had to miss our -- -- yesterday -- actually -- can she was very good anyway so -- -- -- on our own.
But yelling it's been interesting this here and he's got -- Charlie askew -- -- little a little -- -- clearly got some issues made some.
Some as we were talking about just some self image issues and the he did not make it -- at.
I was really delighted to see he looked a little stronger until Ryan Seacrest showed just how good -- he was he was classy with this case.
He's amazing it is Seacrest knows what he's doing -- he can he can do everything from radio to TV to have you know part time psychologist -- and he's ever for whatever anybody needs them for it didn't stop American Idol with two hosts portable the other one feels like that's why -- -- -- comes theaters and I don't.
Building up that kind of sums it up what was his -- that you.
All right Chris candidacy again David editor of -- -- don't -- -- secret.
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