Pressure & Competition Rises as Final Few Battle This Week on Wanted: Ted or Alive

Pressure & Competition Rises as Final Few Battle This Week on Wanted: Ted or Alive
Pressure & Competition Rises as Final Few Battle This Week on Wanted: Ted or Alive
Sportsman Channel
Sportsman Channel

New Berlin, Wis. –-( The final contest for the remaining few contestants is the craziest invention yet this week on Wanted: Ted or Alive, staring rock and roll’s original wild man, Ted Nugent, airing on Sportsman Channel tonight at 7 pm ET/PT.

In tonight’s episode, Ted continues to test the contestants’ endurance as human scarecrows to see who can last the longest. And later in the show, Ted’s final challenge includes drinking a raw meat smoothie and digging in manure for a bullet.

The hour-long series follows five contestants as they “fight” to survive on Ted’s ranch, dubbed “Camp Nuge,” in Michigan and compete for cash prizes. Tune in for the unexpected as Nugent teaches his targets how to survive – Motor City Madman style.

In this episode, the remaining contestant’s tactics continue to anger other players.  In their first fishing competition, the challengers meet up with fishing expert Charlie Moore at “Loch Nuge” to battle it out for the heaviest catch.  While they’re lake bound, Big Jim decides to up the redneck meter with a belly flop challenge worth $1000.  Afterwards, Ted confronts a contestant about his choices during the competition. With just one day left in the competition, one challenger’s body has finally reached its limit and an ambulance is called to transport them off Camp Nudge, leaving just three contestants to battle it out.  Ted ups the ante during the final challenge – turning it into an opportunity for the contestants to double their money or walk away empty handed.  With a race that includes drinking a raw meat smoothie, digging in manure for a bullet, a maze, target shooting, and boating – the final contest is Ted’s craziest invention yet.  One of the campers is eliminated along the way leaving just two to duke it out in a dash towards Ted Nugent and a final pile of cash.

This reality show will have contestants question if they can truly survive the outdoors – and Nugent. From prepping live chickens for dinner to a “spiritual quest,” the five contestants battle themselves as well as each other – and without fail, Nugent is always in their head too.

Considered a “master outdoorsman” and one of the world´s best guitarist showman, Nugent pushes the limits of each contestant as they are thrown into the wild and forced to live off the land to eat, win and survive with Ted´s tools and by Ted´s rules. From using buffalo skin to make their own clothes to learning the sharp shooter skills of an archer, they participate in various challenges throughout the episodes, accruing points in the form of cash dollars along the way. The participant with the most ´money´ at the end of the week will win a grand prize of $25,000.

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  • 2 thoughts on “Pressure & Competition Rises as Final Few Battle This Week on Wanted: Ted or Alive

    1. Ted, I think you’ve gone a bit overboard here with a Raw Meat Smoothie and digging in manure to find a Bullet. If it was the last bullet left on earth to use on an unnamed individual then maybe I just might dig thru it bust sure as heck not crawling around on my hands and knees

    2. Awesome Contest, and great outdoor entertainment. I don’t miss an episode. I only wish that I was young enough to take on Uncle Ted’s challenges myself, if I was I would have loved the challenges.

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