But she did say the secretive, month-long separation from her family — and civilization-at-large — nearly killed her.
More than once. March I fly fish, but not for food, you know? But never her own — at least not until she was flown to a South African desert last year and inserted, sans-clothing, into her competitive environment.
She chose a knife. But how real is this reality-TV competition? Cameras swirl while competitors talk into an always-on microphone hidden in their show-provided necklaces, which communicate with a wireless transmitter hidden in their show-provided satchels.
She was soon disavowed of that skepticism. You can never portray in that amount of time what really happens.