For thousands of years, man lived wild. He made fire, built shelter, and hunted food with his own two hands...but as he got smarter, his waist got bigger. Now, it’s time to get guys off of the couch and into the weather on TWC's "Fat Guys in the Woods.
A northern Michigan adventure. The guys endure cold weather and, when their hunting plans fail, meals that include tree bark and squirrel.
Three DIYers learn survival skills on Cutoff Island in Florida. Included: creating a "tampon fire cigar"; and building a "swamp cot" from duct-tape.
A 30-mile trek through Arizona's Sonoran Desert includes a stay in a parachute-teepee with little water; desert grub; and failed fire attempts.
Three football coaches do their best on Drummond Island in Lake Huron. They hunt for food; build a log-cabin lean-to shelter; and face an emergency situation.
Three guys try to survive in Mendoza Canyon, a harsh environment in Arizona. They make a bare-bones shelter from desert reed mats; and use a backbreaking method to make fire.
A stay in Florida's Dead Lakes swamp includes using knives to construct a "swamp nest" tree house, build a "fire thong" and hack into wild edibles.
Three men search for dry tinder in wet conditions to start a fire in a cave, but face a tougher dilemma when they trap a boar in a rock pit.