The Society Cast Takes a Road Trip | Netflix

The Society Cast Takes a Road Trip | Netflix


Not as high as they
went, definitely not. No, we’re bringing
him to the top. No, please don’t. [SCREAMING] [MUSIC PLAYING] [SCREAMING] Fire in the hole. That’s medical. [YELLING] OK, I have no idea what
we’re going to do today. But I know Alex is here
and I’m meeting him and we’re going to
get into some trouble. In the show we’re
just a bunch of kids who are forced to create this
new world, this new society. And part of that
is giving up some of the comforts that
certain people are used to. I have no idea what
I’ve signed up for. A road trip through New England
was the pitch, but you know, something tells me that there
could be challenges ahead. I think it’s fun to just
dive into new experiences. And that’s part
of my personality. What is this? Go to the stairs where
the Freedom Trail meets Beacon Street. Lovely. I thought it said bacon,
which I was pretty excited about, but OK, come on. Let’s go. You look through the lens. Say hi. Stop it. Tasha. Oh, Jacques. I think these are for us. Tash, Jacques, we got clues. Come grab your backpack. Yeah, there was all
kinds of stuff in them. Oh my God. What are we doing? I’m catching some seafood
that I’m terrified of. It was just like a mystery
grab bag and a whole bunch of hints and clues. Does this mean we’re going
to be, like, abandoned in the middle of nowhere? Oh, that’s flint. Stop, you’re going
to ruin my clue. Let’s go. Let’s go. Oh my God. When the buses pulled
up, I felt like we were going back to New Ham. Why are you getting on? Have you learned nothing? It’s going to be
different this time. It’s not going to be
different this time. Everything’s fine. Everything’s fine. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hey, guys. What’s going on? Wait, no, this– How’s it going? Yeah, we’ve got some
obstacle courses for you. Some part of surviving
involves some teamwork. We’re going to help you
polish those skills. This right here is called the
Moby Deck, it’s a 360 seesaw. Your challenge is first to
get all four of you on here and to stay balanced
for 10 seconds. Your second challenge is
to sit down in the spaces where you are while
staying balanced. Doing this. [YELLING] This is the problem,
everybody just gets on. OK, OK, OK. I’ll get on the side right here. If we all hold hands,
that’ll mean that we’re– It just means you’re going to
pull me down when you fall. –safe distance apart. We’ve got some good energy
between us, I think. We all got on and
it just balanced. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Jacques lean back. Leaning, leaning, leaning. Very good. All right, so 10 seconds. 10 seconds. All right, sit down, bad boys. One– Oh boy. This is our moment. That was excellent. Thank you. Put it down there for you. You are going to stop
just about there. [SCREAMING] Oh! I want to go. What if you hit a tree? I want to go. Oh, this looks like a blast. I want to do that. I feel like a beast. I feel like I’m
ready for action. I feel like this
helmet’s a bit too big. Shake your head yes. Shake your head no. Yeah, it’s too loose. We’re going to fix that for you. OK, great. What you’ll do when
you’re up there, is you will pull that and
release yourself. You guys better not drop me. Heave. Ho. Hey, Alex, you want to help? I’m worried about Kathryn. Synergy, bro. We pulled each other’s
weight literally. You guys this is
really, really high. OK, here I go. 3, 2, 1. [SCREAMING] It was really intense. It’s like a roller coaster. [SCREAMING] And then Alex doing it
was my favorite moment of this entire day so far. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh man, I was so proud of Fitz. Not as high as they
went, definitely not. No, we’re bringing
him to the top. No, please don’t. That’s fucking cruel. No, he was legit scared. And I think, like– No, I wasn’t. Yeah, you were. Dude. OK, yeah, that’s good. All right, you’re sure you
don’t want to go any higher? Yeah. Nope. No, I’m fucking good. The swing was very
life changing for me. I’ve never liked
heights and I’ve always been afraid of them. [SCREAMING] Hey, that was not bad actually. Should I go higher? No, no, I take it back. I instantly regretted that. Fitz, look down. Look at me, Fitz. [SCREAMING] We all cried on the floor. This is how Spiderman feels. He conquered his fear
and that’s the lesson that I think we all were
able to take away from it. [MUSIC PLAYING] [HOWLING] Hi, sir. Hey guys, what’s up? Oh, Jeff, yeah. He was incredibly knowledgeable
about the forest and the woods where he just happened to be. You can go three
days without water. Right. You can go a month without food. The first thing you
need is shelter. So you’ve stayed out all
night in one of these before? Many, many times. Some mornings I woke up and
there would be steam coming out of the shelter I was so warm. Oh my God. Really? You’re like Bear Grylls. Yeah. Wow. We had a moment of building that
debris hut, as he called it. All you have to
do, guys, bend over and you’ll get nice and warm. And then just gently
throw them on. All right, Jacques,
show us how it’s done. Wait, seriously? Get in there, big boy. Get naked first. You definitely
just gotta commit. All right, let’s do it. Jacques, get in there. Yeah. Wriggle in. I kind of want to see this. Do you feel safe? Comfy? Yeah, it’s actually
pretty comfy. You’re trapping dead
air as you speak. You’re basically decreasing
the amount of dead air– or increasing the
amount of dead air? It was a little bit unclear,
but it was super cool and we learned a lot. Bye, Jacques. Bye, guys. We’re going to talk
about fire and I’m going to show you how to
make an efficient fire. Jeff reminds me of my dad. He’s kind of no
nonsense, which is great. Where do you start? A tree. Small and dry. Tinder is small. What? Tinder. Oh. Like a Millennial. Tinder? Tinder, like the dating app? He probably should
be on the show. We’d survive that way. That will not go. I need a little room. Fitz, back up. Back up. Back up. Are you trying to get burned? I’m just warming it up. Oh my God, there’s
smoke coming out. Now I’m going to
crank on this sucker. OK. Let me know if you
need some backup. Whoa! Fire in the hole. Have you got the tinder there? Oh my God. That’s magical. Thank you for showing
us. that was really cool. Oh, it was my pleasure. [MUSIC PLAYING] Look at the bird. Oh. Hi. This is Banshee, the
peregrine Falcon. And you’re at New Hampshire
school of falconry. I need to see your
hand size because I want to fit you with gloves. I have had birds my whole life. I’ve raised pigeons
and magpies and I’ve had a rainbow lorikeet. How many birds do you have here? We have 11. So I’m not afraid of
birds, but I’m also very aware of their strength. Because even a
cockatoo in Australia can take your finger off. We’re going to hold a hawk. I hear that they can
rip your face off, so that’s pretty chill. You were asking
about my pockets. [YELLING] I’m sorry. Wait, is that a chicken? Jesus. Ahh! If I know Nancy, I know she
was going for the shock factor when she first did the quail. She pulled it out,
ripped its head off. She just ripped a
head off a bird. That’s next level badass. She just pulled a
bird out of her pocket and then ripped it’s head off. That was pretty dope. OK, so we’re going
to fly on fly fast. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh, wow. Here he comes right between you. Definitely one of the coolest
things that ever happened. I felt very presidential
when Scoot flew onto my glove and ate that chicken head. Scooter kind of like
reminded me of a dog. He was off the wire and
he kept flying back, that says something. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hi. Hey, guys. How’s it going? Hi, I’m Kathryn. I’m Dave. Bye. Love it. Bye. Bye. Au revoir. Farewell, land lovers. They think they’re the harbor
queen, don’t they, Dave? Yeah. They are at the moment. They’re pushing me all
over the place here. No, it’s just– We’re the queen. OK, we got it. I want to make some waves. Now what do we do with these? No! Star board on the right. We learned how to do this. So what happens is the
lobsters and the crabs, they smell the bait, so
they come to find it. So they walk up here, they
fall through that hoop. They get in that compartment
and they’re just stuck. They can’t find their way out. Do they don’t not have eyes? They have eyes, they’re just– Like, hey, lobster,
are you blind? Do they not have– Can they not see? Will we catch a lobster today? Oh. Oh, look at it go. They’re pretty mellow. Oh my God, how precious. I think my poodles
will love him. What do we name him? Hey guys, we caught a lobster. What? Lands on the back,
it’s a keeper. Let’s give it a
little lobster hug. It’ll grab on a little bit. Oh, he’s grabbing on. It adds a little
bit of pressure, but it won’t hurt you. I touched her and
she held my hand. And I just knew. You know? Oh no, I can never
eat one again. Look, he’s holding my hand. I will hold you in my belly. I love lobster. I love lobster rolls. I love lobster bisque. I love raw lobster. Hi, baby Geraldine. I’m going to eat her later. Give it back. I couldn’t help how I
felt. By the end of it, she had held onto my
hands for like 15 minutes. And I just looked into
her little black eyeballs. It was energy coming out. No. Dave’s getting a bit nervous. He wants his lobster back. It’s just kind of
cute, you know. It’s so helpless. We’re setting it free. We’re setting it free. Don’t lie to me. Are we really? Yes. Yes, no. Cut the bands off. Cut the bands off. Whoa, that’s my dinner. No, it’s not. Get out of here. You’re not allowed
to set him free. I slipped him $40 to
pay for the lobster that Natasha wanted to keep. Make sure you hold that claw. My fingers. I’m scared of my child. I will break my finger. I’m scared of my child. OK, here we go. [CHEERING] Goodbye. I mean, it was looking good. I was kind of hungry, honestly. They want to free
Geraldine and I just have to embrace
it and accept it. I’m not crying, you’re crying. Get out of my face. [HORN HONKING] OK. We’re here. What is this? What is this? It says the Desert of Maine. Wait. Is this real? Is this a real or
man made desert? Ha ha, cool. [MUSIC PLAYING] Wow. Whoa. What is this? Why would this be deserty? Glaciers? I’m just laughing that
we’re doing this here because it looks exactly like
the abandoned part of New Ham. Should we rip these off? What does it say? So these are actually
tops of trees. They’re buried by the sand. Why they continue to
grow is a mystery. How about that? What? These are the trees that are
covered by 20 feet of sand. And they’re not baby trees,
they’re, like, buried trees. Yeah, I know Australia
has spiders and snakes but a bear will kill you. For real. Where did the sand come from? Does it say that? Glacier silt. What does that mean? What’s a glacier silt? The leftovers of
melted glaciers. Oh my God, so smooth. Right. This is how it
feels on the show. This is just episode 11. Yeah, it’s episode
11, back to basics. All right, let’s light him up. This is going to take awhile. Where’s Jeff when you need him? [CHEERING] [MUSIC PLAYING] See you, Netflix.

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