Last night NBC aired the Running Wild with Bear Grylls episode with Ben Stiller. We got the highlights of this survival episode for you below. Turns out Ben Stiller is a pretty tough guy. It also is wise before signing up to run wild with Bear Grylls to be fit and fearless to some extent.
Ben Stiller had to do a lot of climbing in this episode. He rappelled down steep rock walls and climbed into caves. You can see that Ben Stiller went to his limits in this survival TV show. He never rappelled before, but he did it. He jumps into unknown water trusting Grylls that he knows what he does. Watch the Bear Grylls Running Wild episode highlights and digital bonus features below. In one of the digital bonus episodes, Bear Grylls clues Ben Stiller in on how commandos handle their poop in the wild.
Before Ben Stiller Zac Efron joined Bear Grylls on a survival tour and next week it is Channing Tatum's turn.
Watch the preview of Channing Tatum's running wild adventure with Bear Grylls below.
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