Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes look at the chaos surrounding the production of a dating competition program.
Genre: Drama
  Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 5 wins & 16 nominations.
42 min

In the beginning.

At the earliest stages of life.

We teach our young that they

must prepare themselves

to live in the real world.

Yet there are rouges among us.

That can see beyond the walls of

concrete and steel.

Into a wild land of wonder.

But how does one

find this place?

Get up, let's go.

Get up

Once our eyes are open.

The possibilities are endless.

Probably go a little slower

What is that?

What did you find there,

what is that?

Let me have a look at that.

Think I found a nug.

Bring it over here.

What is it?

What have you found,

what is that?!?

Is that what I think it is?

Well, where you going?

Where you going?

Come on back now,

where ya going?


I'm tired of your laziness.

You're worthless and weak

You do nothing, you are nothing.

You sit there all day and

stare at that picture.

What is so special

about that picture.

Get back to work.

How's the wind.

10 Seconds

3... 2... 1...

Oh my god!

Stop messing around!

Is the car fixed yet!?!

It appears Carl, a weather

anomaly this morning.

If you're driving on the Cedar

Sky Highway this morning

watch out and give a call

to Mountain FM

if you have information.

It appears that dirt is coming

down from the sky?

Yes Carl, I think it is dirt

nothing official from

environment Canada.

If you still have...

Every so often an event

happens in nature

That is so profound

it belies the very

foundation of reality.

This is the stuff of

legends and lore.

A rare phenomenon, that may only

happen once in a lifetime.

In order to witness

such an event.

We must suspend our judgment of

what we think we know.

We must let go.

Look to the sky.

And believe.


Once you've seen over the wall

there is no going back.

There is no unknowing of

what you now know.

You can not unsee, what

you have seen.

The doorway is open

In the end each of us must

decide for ourselves

which form of reality we

choose to live in.

Will you be left behind.

Or will you set yourself free?



I think it worked.

So good

Oh yeah baby


I keep calling this stuff dirt.

Put some more dirt here

in the belly.

Ah not dirt, it's just a

bunch of water.

It's at a certain temperature,

it's the weirdest thing.

I can't wrap my head around it.


Thank goodness man

Only have 8962...

Maybe it was 82692 days left.

Then I'm going to join you all

on that range.

I'm going to be out there.

And we're going to be

free together.

So happy it's over.

The hydraulic pistons stuck on

the bucket and the door.

As you can see here.

Doesn't want to let me go.

The has arrived too.

This is the most random

It usually slides out on the

baggage carousel.

This time it got dropped in

by the helicopter.


Pretty cool.

It's a new experience

for my bike bag.

That's some mountaineering

footwear right there.

Goodness... where am I?

Four's a good time for snowmachines

to not get stuck in traffic.

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Marti Noxon

Martha Mills "Marti" Noxon (born August 25, 1964) is an American television and film writer, director and producer. She is best known for her work as a writer and executive producer on the supernatural drama series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003). She was also executive producer, writer, and creator of the Bravo comedy-drama series Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (2015–18) and the Lifetime drama series UnREAL (2015–18). She was an executive producer of the CBS medical drama series Code Black (2015–17). Noxon also wrote the science fiction action film I Am Number Four (2011), the horror thriller film Fright Night (2011), and the biographical drama film The Glass Castle (2017). She wrote and directed the drama film To the Bone (2017). Noxon created the AMC dark comedy series Dietland and the HBO limited series Sharp Objects, both of which premiered in 2018. more…

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