TM: I loved your show, Fat Guys In The Woods. It was clever, funny and often touching. How is your new show different from your last?
CREEK: Well... the new show is clever and touching, but rarely, if ever, funny. It's different in many ways, but the biggest is that we analyze and study past survival situations that actually happened to real people, ripped from the headlines. We go to where those stories took place, interview those involved and find the teaching moments in those incredibly gripping narratives, and sometimes-fantastical circumstances. I, along with many other experts in their fields (psychology, first aid, botany, etc.), try to learn from not only what these people did do, but also from what they didn't. Hindsight is always 20/20, but the result is a unique perspective that provides life-saving information that could absolutely save a viewer's life should they find themselves in a similar scenario.