(dramatic music) – Each person has three attempts to get the ball in the basket. Make one and move on. If you don’t, you must
eat an entire plate. Let me tell you what’s on this table, fam. There’s a bowl full of bugs. Scorpions, grasshoppers. Oh yeah, and if you need to drink it down, there’s a shot of the biggest grub worm I’ve ever seen in my life. Still moving, still wiggling. – I’ll go first. I let myself down and my team down at checkpoint two with the maths. Checkpoint three is eating. Now it’s my time to make up for it. I’ve eaten a lot worse, trust me. So, the grub, the scorpion, all of it, get in my mouth and get down
my Gregory Peck. (laughs) – [Woman] Open. – Yeah, ready here. – We got CT.
– Woo! – Go CT.
– Go get the bowls. Buckets, bro. Buckets, all day. – [Women] Ready you go, okay. (banging) (beep) – Just eat it. – [Jordan] Shot glass and a bowl? (banging) (clanking) – Yes! (beep) yes! I don’t have to (beep) eat! Woo, baby! Oh, (beep) yes. – You got it, babe. Just (beep) do it. Nice, Dee. Yes, Dee. Almost there, baby, nice and easy. – Have more.
– That’s good. – Have more. Here. – Oh, we’re gonna do that? – Shot glass and a bowl. – Shot glass, chug it, Dee. (beep) It’s fine, it’s just a scorpion. It’s fine, it’s a chicken nugget, it’s a (beep) chicken nugget. No, it’s a chicken nugget. You do it now, you get it down. It’s a (beep) chicken nugget. No, get it down! – This is so disgusting! I have to shot down this
worm that’s still alive. Do I chew it to kill it? (moans) I can’t. – [Tori] It’s a chicken nugget. Good job, Dee. – Is that enough? Here, put this in. Have some (speaks softly).
– I can’t (beep). – It’s pulled out.
– Hardly. – I’m just thinking to myself, this is between you and a million dollars. What are you gonna do? What are you gonna do? So, I close my eyes and just swallow that. – That a-girl, Dee. Here you go, here you go, here you go. Charlie’s gonna take over for you now. Two laps left, that’s
it, that’s all we got. – Ah.
– Okay, we gotta go. – Woo, let’s go, Tor.
– Let’s (beep) go. – Here.
– One, two, three, go. – Let’s go, Dee. Lead the way, babe. (dramatic music) – Come on guys, everyone
loves an underdog story. Let’s get this. – Oh yeah, this one is (beep) broken. Ahh! – It’s all right.
– Come on. – You know, we came into
the finals so confident, so excited that we have more numbers, but those actual numbers put
more weight in our gurney, and that’s collapsing the bamboo and this has been a clear
disadvantage from the start. – All right, come on guys. We’re almost there. (grunting) Guys, come on. This is it, right up here. Each person has three attempts to get the ball in the basket. Make one and move on. If you don’t, then you must eat. (eerie music) (crashing) – What the (beep).
– Right there. – I have been in many finals. I have done many challenges. I have eaten everything under the sun. I haven’t eaten anything that was this fat and trying to jump out of the shot glass. (dramatic music) (clanging) – There’s more guys. – Ah! I’ve gotta eat this live grub worm, a scorpion, and a cockroach. (gags) The Brit’s are ahead of us. Swallow your tears and
swallow the worm. (laughs) – [Cara] I’m never gonna get this. – This is (beep). – [Zach] That thing’s got diseases in it. – [Ashley] You can take it like a shot. – Can I kill it? – [All] Yeah. – [Ashley] I took mine like a shot. Yes, go next, go! What are we doing? – What the (beep) is this? – You just swallowed that, Ash? – Take it like a shot, y’all. – There’s a worm that’s moving around. Wait a minute, so now I have to swallow something that’s alive. Are you really about to eat this, Le? Yes, I am because I wanna win this money. – No way.
– Yeah. Just take it like a shot,
it’s fine, I did it. Yep, just like that. There ya go. Like a shot. – Are these alive? Are these alive?
– No. (gagging) – Are you trying?
– The scorpion tastes good, this tastes good. (coughing) Yeah, (beep) yeah. You gotta take one shot. – What? I get that coconut in
the basket and I’m like, thank you, childhood, for
playing all those carnival games. – Come on, Car. – [Kam] Where’s the water? – [Ashley] Take that as a shot, Car. Don’t chew it. Cara, stop, don’t even do that. – Just take it as a shot. – Come on, you’ve done this nine times. There’s no reason for
you to act like that. – [Kam] Just take it as a shot. – The only thing I can look
at is this fat worm fat thing. It’s sitting in a glass of it’s own terrified urine and excrement. That’s alive, that thing is alive. I can’t do this. – I’ve said that, Car. Come on, you’re a nine time finalist. There’s no reason you should be crying over stuff like this. You’ve ate worse. (dramatic music) – It’s a really big, it’s just a big pill. (gagging) – [Ashley] The scorpion tastes good, baby. – [Kam] It does, it actually does. – Once again, Cara’s crying
’cause she has to eat something. We have to make up time,
the Brits are ahead of us. Shut up and do work. – I (beep) hate this. – [Ashley] Cara, come on, now.
– Where the hell are the Americans? Did one of them like
pass out or something? I’m starting to think at this stage, maybe they couldn’t handle gurney, whatever it is it’s great for us. – [Paulie] Hey, Cara! – Look guys.
– Guys! – [Woman] Let’s just
catch up with the other. – I can’t see anything.
– You guys! – What?
– What? – Paulie can’t see anything.
– Paulie’s done. – [Ashley] Paulie’s gonna pass out. – Can you lean on me? – [Ashley] Paulie, Leroy
did the same thing you did. Come on babe! – Can you lean on me? – I got this. – I need you to lean on me babe, okay? – My body is completely dead and I can barely breathe at this point. I’m a little worried because, I begin to think that I’m gonna cost my team the final. Because right now, I’m dead weight. (suspenseful music) – Cara, Paulie, come on!
– I’m not gonna leave him behind guys, so if I need to help him, I’m helpin’ him. – We’re in the middle of the jungle and Paulie could, literally, die right here. Like, it’s that serious. His body is shutting down and I’m like, I’m not leaving him. (suspenseful music) – Come on, we can’t stop.
– Ashley? – Paulie, get up.
– Can you do three? – Yeah
– That hurts. – Ah, I need water. I’m cramping everywhere. – [Ashley] Paulie, get up. Get up! Get up. Get up – Ashley that is not gonna help us. – There’s water at the next rest station.
– I’m cramping, my whole body’s cramping
– Water at the next rest station. – My whole body’s cramping Ah. (beeping) – Come on guys.
– Paulie, Paulie you know what Jordan’s gonna say to you?
– That’s not helping you guys. If his body physically can’t right now. – Right here stomach. – Cara’s staying back and helping Paulie but hunny you’re just
gonna have to leave him in the jungle, it’s time to go we gotta get this win. – I’m all cramping. – Cara you have to carry the bags. Cara we have to carry the bags. Cara we have to carry the bags.
– I’m not quitin’. – Get another bag Ash, drop the water, drop the water bags. Drop the water bag. Every girl take three.
– Paulie just walk come on. Let’s go. You have to take it. If you’re out, stay out. – I’m not staying out.
– If you’re out stay out ’cause you’re gonna make us come in last. You’re slowing us down. – Paulie looks like death. He’s got a blank stare, he can barely walk let
alone carry anything like Paulie’s gonna leave
this final on a stretcher. (suspenseful music) – [Woman] Yeah stay with us Cara. You gotta do it for Y’all both now. (suspenseful music) – [Producer] Paulie’s down, Paulie’s down. – Come on, come on you son of a bitch. Come on. Get up.
– The south is known
for their greasy food, barbecue, all the good stuff. But I’m vegan, so I’m
just gonna eat this kale. (upbeat music) – When I found out this
season was turf war, and we’d be
representing the south, I was really excited – Woo, dirty south. – Y’all better watch out. A lot of people get mistaken, thinking the south
is just a bunch of ignorant hillbillies
or whatever. Fortunately, I’m here
to prove them wrong. I think everyone got
really scared today when they seen
what I pulled out. – I wouldn’t go that far. – I picked up and
kicked everyone’s ass. – My team brings
a lot to the table that the others don’t. We’re versatile, we
look out for each other, we’ve got southern hospitality. I sounded so country just now. – I’m just tryna
bring some intention to the bottom of the map man, and let everybody know like
we got some damn good artist coming out of the south. I don’t care about them, like let them bicker
amongst each other. This is south
business right here. – Oh it’s awesome,
I became friends with all of my teammates
right off the bat. We are working together to make sure
everything’s on point, and I feel like we’re
gonna go really far in the competition together. – Getting to come
back I’m super excited about the turf war. I’ve always been
the sarcastic prick, so this competition
just makes sense for me. I’m prideful about the
area that I live in, and I’m glad to be
here repping the south. – When I was younger, I would draw my own tattoos
that I was gonna get when I was of age. And my Caribbean parents
said under no circumstance will you get a tattoo. And at that point, I knew that was probably
gonna be my job. (laughing) – I was originally
going to school for aerospace engineering. I wanted to be a
pilot at the time, but my cousin she was
dating a tattoo artist, and he saw my drawings. Like, “Oh, you can make
some money doing tattoos.” While I was going to college, and I kind of fell
in love with it, ended up getting
my degree in art, and I started
working in the shop for the last five years. – When I was 16 years old, I got my first tattoo
and I was like, “Wow, this pretty cool. “I feel like I can do this.” And we messed around
with tattoo machines, and it just led to a career. – It started off as just
me and a couple friends sitting around in my
apartment drinking, and a commercial came
on about tattooing. And they looked at
me and they was like, “Man, you should try that.” And I was like, “You think so?” And from that point on, that’s when it just started… I ordered a kit, and it came in, and from there to now. – When I slay this competition, it’s gonna be a slap in
everyone’s face who doubted me. – I don’t think southern
fans will support me, I know southern fans
will support me. – I like saying it’s
called the six peas, piss poor preparation promotes
piss poor performance. – There’s very few things
that I haven’t accomplished as a tattoo artist. Winning the title of ink master, would kind of be like that
final notch in the belt for me. – People either
love me or hate me, but at the end of the day, they’re gonna know who I am. Yee-haw. Try and trip me up, I’m gonna make it
backfire on you. I’m here to play the game, I’m here to win, I’m going to come guns blazing, hell fire and
brimstone here we go. – [Announcer] Ink
Master Turf War, premieres Tuesday, January 7th
at 10 on Paramount Network.
(intense music) – I’ve done eight seasons now and, nobody respects me as a competitor, that’s very frustrating to me. I’m here to prove to everybody
that I am a great competitor. I deserve respect and I
deserve to get to the end. (intense music) – This run is miserable. It’s literally a million degrees out here. I’m pouring sweat. I’ve been swimming all day, now I’m running up a mountain. This is a day from hell! (intense music) – I don’t know what’s
on these puzzle pieces. I don’t know what kind of puzzle board I should be expecting. My only concern is just
getting back down and up again and getting to the
puzzle board, that’s it. – I’m going the wrong way. I have no idea where I am. I feel like a Panther is
gonna come out and get me. If I go home, right before the final, I’m going to freak out. (intense music) Is this the right way? Is this the right way? I got lost. I’m so mad. I just like to be the best I can be and if I make one mistake, I’m
like the hardest on myself. Damn it Ashley! Just keep your head in the game dude. – What happened did you
not go the right way? – Yeah. – Honestly at this point,
its anybody’s game. I feel like my pride is on
the line way too much and, If I don’t get to a final
on my eighth season, I may have to reconsider my life choices, so I have to give it 110%. (intense music) I will never quit. I will never give up. If you tell me to do
something, I will do it and if I can’t, it doesn’t
matter, I’ll still try. – I don’t handle failure very well at all because well I don’t usually fail. I just always strive for greatness. Second place is last place. Nany’s not very smart, so I’m pretty sure she’s not gonna finish
the puzzle before me. I’ve never lost a puzzle, so, I don’t plan on starting today. – Ashley’s very smart. I lay out all of my puzzle
pieces and I’m so confused. I hate puzzles for a reason. You never wanna get this close
to a final and get sent home. – We have four tiles and three open spots on our puzzle board. In the middle line of the puzzle, there’s a piece with five
symbols, a piece with two symbols and a piece with three symbols. That adds up to 10. I realized all of the
lines have to add up to 10. Check. – Ashley, that’s correct, you win. (intense music) – 30 seconds at the most
man, this is a piece of cake. If she thought she was gonna beat me she had another thing coming. I peed myself on the way up. – It just sucks. It really just sucks. I feel like this elimination, I could’ve potentially have won. (bleep) man I need to
go home and do puzzles. – And Tanya I’m coming for that win. I don’t care who doesn’t
want me to have it. I don’t care about what curves. Today was all on me, there was no team, there was no partner, it was just me. And I did it, I’m so proud of myself. Thank the Lord! – I can’t really talk right now. Honestly.
– Chuffed? – Bants? – I don’t know. – You’re making (beep) up! Yeah, can I get a hint? – I don’t know, I feel like gutted. I don’t know. (loud slam)
(hip-hop music) – Knackered. – Knackered? – I just knackered this bowl of cereal. I knackered it. – The word knackered means that you’re really tired. – Long day roofing, oh! My back hurts a little bit too! I’m pretty knackered. – Stick a fork in me, I am knackered. – Gagging. – I’m gagging, I’m cracking up? – That girl complains so much, somebody tell her to stop yagging. – The only thing I can
think of with gagging is… – Gagging! If you’re desperate for something. I am gagging for a holiday. – Or you could be gagging
to get out of here, you could be gagging for a cuppa. – Or, I like to be gagged. Some people like to be tied up. If you’re kinky, I don’t know. – Chuffed, hmm. – Chuffed. – Chuffed? Like, I ran so hard in the
heat that my thighs chuffed? – Man, my (beep) is really chuffed. – I took him home from the club and chuffed him that night. – Chuffed. It means you’re really happy. I am absolutely chuffed to bits. – You’re just happy in general, like look at my face now, I’m chuffed. – Cheeky, cheeky is when you… Coy, is it? – Cheeky, yeah like she’s
got cheeks (laughs). – Cheeky means you’re being a bit naughty. – If you were to have a
cheeky snog with a bird, little bit cheeky. – A topless pool party is cheeky. – I’m probably a little bit cheeky. – Bum, like everybody you
see in LA or New York, like on the streets, bum. – Did you just say bub? – I am bummed right now if (laughs). – Bum is short for bottom, as in, I have the best bum in the house. – Bum as in like fancy a bum, ya got (beep) in your bum. – Bum is what everyone uses, no? – Ledge. – I’m about to jump over the ledge. – F this, I’m done with
the rest of my life, like where’s the ledge? – Nah, but we’re talking
about ledger, right? Am I right, guys? – The word ledge means legend. – Someone who does
something quite remarkable. – Kyle is a ledge, that’s
basically what I am. – Did you see my mate
Nick, 10 pints last night, and be sick on himself? What a ledge. – Arsed? – You’re a pain in the arsed. – Arsed! There’s no R in that. – Arsed. I can’t be arsed. If I can’t be bothered to something, mate, I can’t be arsed. – Oh, walking to the
shop in this hot weather, I can’t be arsed. – Trolley, it’s the train. – I’m about to go and ride a
trolley through San Francisco. – Trollied. I was hammered drunk. I drank a whole bottle of vodka. I was trollied, mate. – Trollied means drunk. Or, you’re going to a supermarket and you put your food in a trolley. You can walk it ’round. Holds a lot of groceries and shopping. – Bants. – Bants, bants that make her dance. – Yeah, you got me on that one. No idea what bants means. – Oh, okay, bants. Like, I wear the bant’s
in this relationship. – She didn’t dance, she bantsed. – Bants, I got bare bants. – Bants is short for banter. As in, like, you’ve got a good chap. So, for instance, Idris has zero banter. – I don’t know how Americans use it, they got a bunch of terms
that I don’t even know. – Bants.
so when we’re talking about shooting
from behind cover or concealment we all know the difference between the
two in this video we’re going to work on not putting our muzzle in front of the
barricade of course if I if I had my druthers I would use this as a support
but for today we’re just going to talk about keeping our muzzle behind the
cover and concealment reason for that is I don’t want everybody on this side
knowing where I’m shooting from because if I put my muzzle through there not
only get to see the muzzle blast but they get to see the little black stick
that it’s coming from okay so keep that in mind while we’re doing this this
piece of car or this piece of plywood here is not going to stop my bullet so I
could even shoot through this plywood at those targets down there and probably
still hit keep that in mind that is not what I’m going for today I might do it
once just just for show alright so the different positions we’re going to take
behind this barricade the way that I think about it is I got to figure out a
way that my sights and my muzzle can both see that target and then I have to
find a way to get my happy ass behind the gun I’m not maneuvering the gun to
my convenience I’m getting my ass behind the gun so for example this one here
this is how the gun can see the target both muzzle and the sights so I’ve got
to figure out a way to get behind the gun to where I can accurately engage now
I’m not going to carry on like a million round gunfight from this position I’m
just worried about getting one or two accurate shots off on that steel and
then I’ll go down a couple of these different positions in here less than
favorable positions right now we here at t1G we like to shoot steel a lot so
definitely make sure you got eyes and ears when you come out here at least the
eye part I don’t care about your ears you sign a waiver all right so here we
go for this one my sights are up on target but as you can see right now I’m
looking at the the target through my sights but my barrel can’t see the
target so if I were to take that shot right now
I’d blast that wood from this distance not a big deal but again that’s not the
purpose of this drill so I’m going to find a way both my sights and
my barrel can see through there a lot of times this is why it’s nice to have a
spotter not only just to see where your shots go but also tell you if your
muzzle is going to clear or not okay this is just plywood not a big deal if
this were concrete or if this were like metal not a big that would be a little
bit more of a big deal I’d get a lot of spall ok so that’s no bueno for me more
importantly I wouldn’t hit my target alright so find the sights find my
barrel I can just do a quick check because I’ve got both eyes open and then
I can go ahead and gauge that steel okay you also get a lot of reverberation this
way so be prepared for some more overpressure all right after I get done
shooting every time like Sid says did I hit him
did it work are there any more those are the three things that Sid always reminds
me about its fundamentals of marksmanship it’s follow-through as well
but you know when you hit somebody steel target paper target or live breeding
target sometimes one round doesn’t do the job so did I hit him did it work and
then does he have any buddies okay that’s when I’m that’s when we look
around assess and search alright next position we’re going to cover is this
angle right here now this is Rob’s Daniel defense gun he zeroed it at 50
meters so targets this close the relationship between our bore and our
sights doesn’t really matter that much but let’s take a look at it out to
distance my line of sight is just going straight like a laser okay but the
bullets actually going to rise yes snipers it’s going to rise and fall in
relation to my line of sight when the gun is like this the more I start
tilting the gun the more it changes the relationship between my line of sight
and my trajectory okay so in the extreme when I’ve got my gun twisted like this
or Rob’s gun twisted like this my line of sight is still just going straight on
to infinity and beyond but now my bullets not going to rise in relation to
the to the ground it’s just going left and down so at greater distances I do
have to keep that in mind all right one of the rules of thumb is when you have
your gun canted like this slide it to the side
your your magazine because bullets go in that way so I’m going to just aim a
little bit more that way just know your trajectory I don’t know why they call it
a rule of thumb you can’t really do much damage with that alright so now we’re
going to this one this is how my gun can see behind see through that portal now I
see my barrel can make it I can see my sights can make it now I got to find a
way to get my myself behind it okay easy day some of you guys you bigger
guys especially when you got especially when you’ve got your your gear on all
your kit this becomes a little bit more strenuous alright like this these next
couple of positions so good luck with that write us and let us know how it
turns out so this next one all the way down here I’m going to have to have my
gun can it either this way or this way I’m a right-handed shooter I’m going to
take the gun I’m going to put it this way we’re going to have to get in some
weird positions here this really ain’t that bad so right now I can see the
target my muzzle can see the target so I feel alright taking this shot alright
now let’s get on the ground we already went through some of the videos where we
were shooting in around vehicles so these are just some of the same
positions now we’re just shooting them here so let’s go for the most
inconvenient one I’m gonna have to get down behind that triangle for this one
we actually call this the Brokeback look that up but this one my ejection port is
going to be facing the ground okay so some things I’ve got to worry about
because it’s such close proximity to the ground is I’ve got to have a clear path
for that spent brass to get out otherwise I’m gonna induce a malfunction many times what we’ll see is guys will get the gun really close to
the ground and you’ll be able to get that first round out but then you induce
a malfunction other times they may grab the gun like this get down on the ground
same thing happens first round yep you get it out but you just induced a
malfunction so you already in a shitstorm give yourself an advantage and
make sure that that thing’s clear okay so I’m going to take my support hand put
it here for support and I’m going to get down behind a gun I may not get a good
Stockweld I’m okay with that I may not get a good cheek weld I’m okay with that
this gun is not going to kick my ass so now I’m down behind a gun I can see the
target and my barrel can barely see it but that’s right I’m going to take it all right I don’t know if we could see
it you see all the dust that got kicked up there be prepared for that so now
we’ve got a lot of overpressure coming back and we’ve got a lot of the dust
that’s coming back in our faces just be prepared for that all right last thing I
want to cover briefly is I know we’ve all seen this in the movies I blame bad
television for this is when you see the guys behind cover concealment and
they’re sucked up against the wall and I want to go to my right and I’m like okay
we’re going to do this and then they pop her out around the corner and they’re
just blazing okay that’s great in the movies
I understand how comfortable this cover and concealment feels it’s your woobie
but do yourself a favor don’t get sucked up to the cover because if I were to use
that same tactic that they just used as I come around I may be able to see the
threat but there ain’t shit I can do about it from here besides die okay so
what I’d rather do is step off my cover to where I can get my muzzle up first
and then come out okay you know we can talk about changing sides later but
either way I’m behind cover I want to have my muzzle up and then come out all
right so keep that in mind if you guys have any thoughts or comments about that
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