Dual Survival 4 Seasons 2013

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Season 3
(95) IMDb 7.2/10
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Stranded in the South African bush and in close proximity to the planet's deadliest predators including lions and leopards, Joe and Cody fight to get out alive while hiding from poachers who may be hunting them.

Starring:
Cody Lundin, Joe Teti
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
January 8, 2013

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Reality TV, Adventure
Director Mark Perez
Starring Cody Lundin, Joe Teti
Season year 2013
Network Discovery Channel
Producers Jacqueline Brewster, Tracey Cole, Charlie Corwin, Boaz Halaban, French Horwitz, Meghan Keener, Brian Nashel, Jay Peterson, Tara Thomas
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He's not a survival expert like Dave or Cody are.
dylan fan
He seems to enjoy killing things, whether or not that is necessary for survival, and a lot of the time it's his way or the highway.
clarita apple
Very good show, new guy Joe was good and Cody is always great.
Bowline

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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Liam_Fan on January 26, 2013
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There was something that made the first two seasons excellent that I am just not getting from season three and this new character, Teti. As a military veteran, I am aware of the excellent training and skills you can learn in just 4.5 years, so I bet you could learn a lot from 20 years. However, I do not believe the skills I earned or that of Teti are going to be sufficient enough to be considered a wilderness survival expert. Honestly, if I want to learn to survive in a non-combat environment, I am not going to go to a military veteran. A couple years in any terrain is not enough to consider yourself an expert.

If I want to learn how to survive in the Midwest, I will go to the Pathfinder School (by Dave), for the South I would go to Equip to Endure, for the desert I would certainly go to Cody's school. All of these survival schools have trained instructors who have lived these scenarios for many years and are in fact, typically the people that train the military to survive in these areas. I think there are a vast number of wilderness experts to choose from, so why this guy?

Dave worked for the audience because he was more than just a military veteran. Dave was a hunter, trapper, and lives on the land he has made to be sustainable for him and his family, just check out all his Youtube videos. Dave lived his skills for a very long time, just as Cody did. I am sorry, but Teti just doesn't compare to the many people out there that have true survival/sustainable living skills that the audience can adapt to their particular survival situation. Teti served the military for twenty years; he lived the military/government combat lifestyle for twenty years, he did not live survival/sustainability for twenty years.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By AJ Saylor on February 1, 2013
The show used to have a lot of really great knowledge, but it's degenerating into some kind of teenage drama. I know that Dave lied and I don't agree with what he did, but he contributed a lot more to the show and teaching us survival than Joe does. Joe wants to do what he wants to do when he wants to do it, and it's starting to just get boring.

When there was a disagreement between Dave and Cody, you got the feeling it was because while they had different viewpoints, they still really just wanted to help each other make it out of the situation alive and unharmed. When Joe and Cody disagree, it feels like it's just because Joe HAS to be right and Cody should just submit. I'm glad that Cody doesn't, but time that used to be devoted to explaining survival skills seems to have been diverted into second rate drama... for what purpose I don't know.

This might be a bit of a spoiler, so stop here if you haven't seen all the episodes. I'm just going to give an example of an argument between the two men that had absolutely no purpose at all. In one episode, Joe wants to skin the hide off a week old cow carcass. Cody doesn't think it's a good idea, and there's a good reason for that - vomiting up your stomach contents is a bad idea when water is scarce. Joe decides to skin the cow anyway, and we get to watch him retch for a good five minutes of episode. Eventually he gets the skin off and he does it without vomiting, but that's the last we hear about it. That five minutes of retching would have been worthwhile if he had shown us something useful to do with the hide, but fifteen minutes later they came upon their rescue. So instead of learning a useful survival skill, I got to see a guy nearly vomit.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By R. Paradis on February 20, 2013
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I wasn't a fan of Dave in seasons 1 and 2. After watching the pilot to this season,I honestly was reluctant to watch the first 4 episodes. Now that I have, I am thoroughly disappointed Dave isn't on the show anymore. I don't care what Dave lied about. He had a lot more expertise than this jar-head, named Joe. Joe is an idiot. He makes me want to punch him in the face. And I am not one of those violent types. He is on the show to kill things. He makes bad decisions despite Cody. And he throws a tantrum like a little girl. I hate him! Dang you Joe... You ruined a great show!

This show went from one of my favorites to not even worth watching anymore. It's a shame too, it was a great show. It was entertaining and educational. I feel bad for Cody. Your new partner sucks and your dream show just tanked! I'm not saying, bring back Dave. Just get rid of the loser you have now.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Alicia and Jesse on February 6, 2013
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The dynamic between Cody Lundin (who is amazing) and the new guy leaves much to be desired. The new partner is less keen on demonstrating real survival skills -- the boar kill vs. water search argument is a perfect example -- and more interested in proving himself. I really don't like his machismo, or failure to listen and work with his partner; Dave was strong willed but had a great spirit of cooperation and compromise. I don't think I'll be watching any more of these, which saddens me, as I've learned so much and truly enjoy the vast knowledge that Cody Lundin succeeds in imparting. His attitude of conservation and respect for the natural world is inspiring, and I will miss learning from him. Regarding the new special forces guy...I have an enormous amount of respect for our armed forces and their daily incredible acts of survival; I just don't think Joe Teti is the right representative for this kind of show, as knowledgeable as he may be.
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