Dude You’re Screwed On Amazon Prime

A few years ago I was abducted and left for dead on top of a mountain in arctic Norway. I was forced to find my own way back to civilization while dealing with deep snow fields, freezing temperatures and raging rivers. The entire experience was recorded and appeared as an episode of the Discovery Channel tv show Dude, You’re Screwed. It was quite an experience.

This morning I was told that you can now watch Dude, You’re Screwed, including my episode in Norway (season 2, episode 8, titled “No Sleep Nightmare”), for free on Amazon prime.

If you’re interested, here’s the link:


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  • Orlando

    I saw that episode. Man I was impressed at the knowledge and how it was used. From the time he was dropped off to the time he almost overshot the finish line, he was in true survival mode. “It’s been light for x amount of time which means I must be in the polar regions”. This guy was impressive.

  • whisky jack

    That show blows except EP5 on season 1, and “No sleep nightmare” on season 2

  • Michael Kotter

    Watching that show was the first time that I had heard of Jack Mountain Bushcraft and Guide Service. It was also the first time I saw a fire made by chemical reaction and how fatigue (lack of sleep) affect judgment. Been following your blog/videos/vlog etc., ever since.. Great job, bye the way.

  • Thanks Michael, I had a blast doing it.

  • The Tom Moore episode from season 1 was the best, based on the feedback I’ve received.

  • Thanks Orlando.

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