Around the World in 80 Ways 1 Season 2011

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3. Falling for Victoria Falls TV-14 CC

Dennis and Rob begin their journey to Victoria Falls high above the treacherous "skeleton coast" of Africa in antique Chinese fighter planes. Next, they cross the African savannah on odd German bikes unbelievably once used to help douse fires.

Starring:
Dennis Anderson, Rob Mariano
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
October 16, 2011

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Falling for Victoria Falls

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Season 1

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Genres Reality TV
Starring Dennis Anderson, Rob Mariano
Season year 2011
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Thom Beers, Ari Cheren, Maggie O. Dolly, Jarrod Harlow, Jason Hunt, Tom McMahon, Jeff Mercer
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I watched the entire series when it aired and it is an entertaining show. They do stupid things of course to make the show more than another travel show but it's all fun. Best of all you get to see a lot of the world.
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By Tom Beuligmann VINE VOICE on November 22, 2011
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Boston Rob was charming on Survivor, but this program pales in comparison to "Around the World in 80 Days" with Michael Palin. Palin's journey was real, paralleling the adventures of the fictional character Phileas Fogg, and much more witty than "80 Ways". If you like Jesse James style car chop-and-mod programs, then this is for you. I think the narrator might even be the same as this and several other similar shows. Our boys, Rob and Dennis, (Grave Digger monster truck driver) randomly appear on the tops of skyscrapers and other silly places where they have to seek different modes of transportation to get to a destination. The program is heavily staged to get them into these predicaments where they might have to "borrow" a scooter or "buy" a horse to get further down the road. The program is light on cultural study, and heavy on our "good ol' boys" trading barbs and bonding over their common interests of power tools, gas and grass powered transportation. I was only able to get though one episode and part of the second. Not enough content to hold my interest. Wasted my money.
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