+1After watching the whole thing I come away with the impression that there are alot of people in the cities who are going to die AFTER the disaster/attack because of naivetvity and stupidity. Makes me glad I'm not a city dweller any longer. I think the show might be valuable to point out some things I maybe haven't thought of, but more as I said as a study of how people tick and how to exploit weaknesses in a real survival situation. I mean really the original group took 4 people in who offered nothing at the door but more mouths to feed. I might have bartered with them if they had anything, but they would not be moving in.
I agree. If I were to find myself in that situation with those people, I'd leave. In a real situation, those people are going to die.I removed the series from my DVR after recording only 2 episodes. To un-realistic for me. I'd rather be on my own than be around the people that are getting overly mad over every little thing. They should be banished.
You need to drive around LA and check out the signs: "Se Vende Chivos" is not uncommon.The people are grandstanding for the cameras. I also don't care for the obvious placement of goats for a food supply. Yea that's realistic for an inner-city environment.
Yep, However I still watch or DVR to watch as it has some ideas and gives a little window into the mindset.I wish they would focus more on building projects and less on the "reality showness" of it.