It may have taken seventeen hours (or so it seemed) to get there, but at the end of Discovery’s Eaten Alive special, we finally saw a man get…EATEN ALIVE. Sort of. It was more like Paul Rosolie dressed up like a knight from Monty Python and then got hugged really tightly. I don’t know what I was expecting, because he obviously didn’t die (Herzog would’ve gone there), but I WANTED SNAKE BUFFET. Oh well, at least we’ll always have Jon Voight in Anaconda.
This Is What It Looks Like To Be ‘Eaten Alive’ By A Giant Anaconda
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12.07.14 35 Comments