Making fire is challenge, success for Mormon father-son team in NBC's 'Get Out Alive'
“I was just so happy we won in the moment we needed it,” Austin Vach said.
The surprise in the P&G box was a laptop to video-chat with Jim’s wife and Austin’s mom. She asked if it was harder than they thought it would be.
“To be able to call my wife was very re-energizing,” said an emotional Jim Vach. “It was very motivating.”
Some of the other teams had wanted to see the Vachs go home.
“I know that we all agree that they (the Vachs) are the team that should be going home,” Krieger said, adding that everyone had worked very hard.
But it was anyone’s guess which one of the four remaining teams was going home.
The older Larson had volunteered his team to go home and called out Gwin and Mitchell for their shelter, but it was Wadsworth and Krieger who Grylls sent home.
“That went wrong,” the younger Louie Larson said. “It was supposed to be us.”
There are four teams left and two more episodes in NBC’s “Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls.” It airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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