Gold Rush Discovery

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Is Gold Rush Discovery fake?

No… Gold Rush is not fake nor is it scripted. However, each member on the show does receive a payment per episode and they also get a lot of freebies. For example, I believe the new Volvo equipment seen on Season 3 was given to the show simply for the marketing value it brings Volvo Corporation. See also, The Todd Hoffman Motif.

Though there isn’t a script, there are certainly times where Todd may explain something to Dave Turin. Though they likely already had the conversation – they go through the conversation again slowly with the cameras rolling. This helps the viewing audience have a good understanding of what is happening at the mine.

Though the show isn’t fake/scripted it certainly isn’t 100% reality either. The money provided to the miners by Discovery Channel, along with equipment subsidies put these miners in a position to continue mining while losing money.

One also has to consider that the fame of the show has attracted private investors that have placed capital in the operation in hopes of getting a profit. Though the miners never seem to make any money… just the popularity of the show might cause an excited (less intelligent) wealthy individual to drop cash on the mining operation.

61 comments on “Is Gold Rush Discovery fake?

  1. Gold Rusher
    January 26, 2013

    Yes, it is fake. Jimmy Dorsey was on the first season of the show, check out his blog. http://www.goldminingrealityshow.com/
    Did you not notice the cameras focusing on the boulder that was about to destroy the de-rocker?

    Dorsey is right, Todd is mining viewers, not gold.

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      And Dorsey blog is full of crap. Anyone who has ever bothered to read how a tv show is put together rather then what people think it’s put together could see that Dorsey is making shit up.

      “Did you not notice the cameras focusing on the boulder that was about to destroy the de-rocker?”

      The de-rocker which was in a wideshot by one of the camera crews of which there were multiple camera crews. Camera crew people are trained to focus on things and if they see something interesting or sense something is up they will turn to it. The best camera guys are the ones considered to have a sixth sense for being in the right time and for capturing the best angle of something. These guys go to war zones, crime scenes etc and get shot at as well as sometimes killed getting the perfect shot.

      • Watcher
        April 13, 2014

        you are an idiot. Discovery saw something that started to gain a lot of traction. People “bought” into this style of show. SO discovery decides to ad sponsors by using the equipment you talked of. That is usually a desperation tactic BTW when a how is getting ready to go WOOOOOSH. So your comment is both idiotic an nonsensical.

  2. jimmypoo
    February 1, 2013

    This show is actually not fake. While I admit some of the editing synchronization may be out of order, they are really mining. For anyone that doubts its validity let me start off by saying there are much cheaper ways to make a fake show. No need for expensive equipment etc.. in order to make a fake show. Second, there are real investors and firms that will not put money for a show to find fake gold. Todd really does have real investors. 3rd, Parker’s grandpa is notorious in his town for pulling buckets of gold and while the wealth of the family may be somewhat skewed, the mine and Parker are very real.

    If this was a fake show theybwould bot have failed in season 1. Instead they would have prevailed. They wouldn’t scam investors that could sue them and discovery into bankruptcy either. The investors Todd has are part of a billion dollar firm

    • Watcher
      April 13, 2014

      you are an idiot. Discovery saw something that started to gain a lot of traction. People “bought” into this style of show. SO discovery decides to ad sponsors by using the equipment you talked of. That is usually a desperation tactic BTW when a how is getting ready to go WOOOOOSH. So your comment is both idiotic an nonsensical.

    • Dennis
      October 17, 2014

      I agree and want to believe, but I just saw something that now has me questioning that how much of this show is now going to be fake. On the premier this year Parker and his bud are transporting rock trucks 55 miles back to the mine, everything is going good until the truck slides off the road at full speed. The problem is that there was a camera that happened to be sitting in the middle of the woods miraculously in the spot the the truck slid off the road into and actually hitting the camera which it was approaching head on. This really bugged me for two reasons, the first is I like to think this show is real for the most part and stuff like this makes me question how much is fake, and second, how stupid does discovery think their audiences are that they will think while setting up a shot like that that the viewers will believe this is an accident? It pisses me off when producers assume that their viewers are idiots and do not have the intelligence to realize that stuff is fake. There is enough good content in this series to not have to do this forced drama bullshit so why even make it look scripted and fake??? Maybe it has been mostly true up to this point but the plan is to script all of this fake stuff in this year?

      • Joe
        October 17, 2014

        Whether the show is fake or not, it’s pathetic that discovery has kept the Hoffman crew for so long. Todd has is most inept person I’ve ever seen in my life. To watch the discovery channel pay him to fail is ridiculous. I used to love the show but watch it in more.

      • Joe
        October 17, 2014

        Whether the show is fake or not, it’s pathetic that the Discovery has kept the Hoffman crew for so long. Todd has is most inept person I’ve ever seen in my life. To watch the discovery channel pay him to fail is ridiculous. I used to love the show but watch it in more.

  3. jimmypoo
    February 1, 2013

    Like I said the editing is a must for any show and portions are over dramatized. That being said, the mines are real, their asses are truly on the line, and while some of their “risks” as far as being bankrupt if they don’t succeed are well over stated. However, they really did this and the gold they find is real and their approach is real. They do not have mishaps for the show, nor do they fake what happens.

    A formula for a fake show is budget. Anyone that views the “set” immediately knows Todds operation is far from cheap. If you want to make a fake gold show the budget would be a fraction of what it is and Todd wouldn’t have failed his goal two times in a row. They won nothing except to pursue theor dream. Fake shows generally don’t have losers. It’s part of the formula. If it qwas fake their would be fake fights, wrestling matches, and other kinda of cheesy BS you can see on Operation Repo or Hard core Pawn.

    If its is a fake showthen the producers are blowing several opportunities to “hype” staged garbage. I don’t mind the clever editing because they have to make the show interesting. However, the show is 100% factual in its content. Their assets are hidden and some of the timelines are mismatched, but its an unavoidable part of making an interesting show.

    Fake shows would have less equipment, staged drama, accidents, and the miners would unexpectedly find lots of gold. Sorry angry miners and pissed off construction workers, this show is real. For proof I will say that it was my company that led the failed camera blimp during production.

    • Royce Lerwick
      February 4, 2013

      Sorry, nice try. I’m just not that much of an imbecile. Between the product placement and the Discovery stipends, rumored to be 80 grand in some quarters and more for Todd and Jack who as a team at a minimum reap double that. Volvo very clearly has kicked in and Discovery in the agreement blurs out most other product logos. Anyone who regularly has a product on the show but won’t kick something in the kitty gets blurred. SOP in these “reality” shows since digital technology made it easy and cheap. Super trommel certainly kicked in his product in hopes of a great marketing coup, but naturally Todd and the thing itself rendered that effort innefectual and counterproductive just like all of Todd’s other efforts.

      So, do they actually mine gold? Some of them do. Does it matter? No, not in Hoffman’s case, because he’s duped enough investor money into this hoax to sort of help limp along, and all the product placement reimbursment plus the Discovery salary renders any imperative to actually find enough gold to run at a profit moot. One could argue then, that the Hoffman’s are very ineffectively really mining gold. After three seasons and three or four claims they’ve just now found a few hundred ounces. Which, frankly, in that context is a drop in the ocean and really amounts to three years and millions of dollars down the toilet.

      It that mining then? Not really. “Really” mining would mean they probably never got enough money to lease Porcupine Creek, never got enough gear up to accomplish a thing, washed out and were bankrupt in the first season.

      The formula, well, there again the best formula pits the hero against tremendous odds and stretches that battle over as many seasons as the producer things he can maintain suspended didbelief and suspense in general. Then comes the payoff. Oddly enough, this is the “formula” I think we’re going to pretend to see in the coming week or so. Though again, in “real” terms, even with the thousand ounces, that’s a three-year failure that still leaves Todd Hoffman in debt for millions of dollars. But then, even you concede that part of the show isn’t “real.”

      Unlike American Choppers, the Hoffmans never build a single chopper. Not in three seasons. A “real” documentary has some very specific requirements, and this show doesn’t meet them by a long shot. Video Verite dude. Look it up.

      • John Bailo
        May 17, 2014

        You could by extension also say that investing cameras and equipment by Discovery and not knowing if a single person would ever watch a show about a bunch of construction workers from Oregon, spending 15 minutes fixing a compressor would attract audiences. Even the Fake-Reality shows do much more editing and would never leave half of the real time mechanical issues in there, but for me, and I assume the rest of the audience, they are half the excitement.

  4. Stiles byrne
    February 2, 2013

    Don’t know about fake but here in season 3 last night said they where at the break even point with 400 once’s how can that be when they have to give the land owner 20% then the super trammel was 850k and not working and saves wash plant was like 700k plus all the running cost. Even if they got to a 1000 once’s that would not even be close. So stop trying to fool the common people watching

    • Mikey
      February 3, 2013

      Stiles, I have been saying the same thing. The break even point?? Really Jack? Did you figure that we don’t know how to use a calculator. If their operating costs were a meager $1k/day, that’s 150k. They have 2 dozen crew, wives & kids, diesel, hole boring costs, etc, etc. We the viewing public have been keeping count and it’s an insult to our intelligence to mention a break-even. I watch more for Parker & the Dakota Boys/girl these days.

      • Stiles Byrne
        February 3, 2013

        Totally agree plus his investor that keeps coming up asking what’s going on. I know Volvo has given them the equipment for the advertising. I would just happy with just watching Parker and Dakota Fred. They might not get as much gold but smaller crews and less equipment. That relates to the common folk unlike Todd and crew doing it for the fame

  5. Royce Lerwick
    February 4, 2013

    My latest curiosity is why Todd Hoffman keeps claiming he did a sizzle reel and pitched the show to Discovery, and yet he is given no such creative credit–except on his own Facebook page.

  6. Phil
    February 16, 2013

    It’s fake, Todd Hoffman uses bible quotes, “316 mining” but I find it hard to think Jebus would approve mining for gold. I’m sure the Discovery Chanel decides who will win. I bet never broke even and his dad is still popping pain killers!

  7. marcia blackman
    August 24, 2013

    It’s fake. Todd is a moron, who put him in charge? He couldn’t find gold in Tiffanys. His father’s voice is like chalk on a blackboard; please just let him run that machinery and keep his mouth shut. They travel all over; and it’s paid for whether or not they are successful at mining.

  8. Bill Shoun
    September 12, 2013

    Fake, Fake, Fake. Todd is just another dumbass American that thinks he’s from the greatest country in the world. There never ending “thank The Lord” BS is enough to make us puke. This South America show was one of the best comedies on TV last night.

  9. Greg Link
    September 13, 2013

    All of you keep watching though. Todd is a pretty smart guy, he brought Dave in to give the show a little more credibility in the mining sector. I think most of these posts miss the point. In the middle of the worst recession in the last 75 years this guy had an idea, He dragged a bunch of his friends up to Alaska and has obviously made out pretty well, I don’t think someone who is as bright as Dave Turin would be following him around due to faith? He has one of the most successful shows on cable and really isn’t that all that matters?

    • Dockman
      September 14, 2013

      Really I haven’t watch any of this season. How can you say he did pretty good, last year he didn’t even make enough to pay for the stupid none working wash plant. And that didn’t include Dave’s wash plant that he said he spent like 300 man hours on and a bunch of material cost. Plus all the running cost. Also they got all the heavy equipment for free cause Volvo advertised with them. So when they say they got the 800 ounces ( mainly dave ) they forget to tell everyone the total breakdown of all expenses. There is know way a real legit company would do the accounting and be in the black. Plus paying the guys. Yes it’s fake and scripted just like every other reality tv show. Everyone thought storage wars was real too.

  10. Frank
    October 25, 2013

    Fake, Fake, Fake…..or they stupidest group of people in the world. Who in the hell brings 100’s of thousands of dollars of equipment so far and doesn’t bring a few extra fuel filters and parts specific to that piece of machinery? Scripted fake drama, reminds me of the Beverly Hillbillies but a lot less funny.

  11. Stiles
    October 25, 2013

    @frank I totally agree but that’s for the tv affect for the idiots that believe is all real. Like when the bridge needed to be re-built and there just happened to be wood right on site after what they did to get machines there. Fake fake fake

  12. Fraser
    October 25, 2013

    Well ill tell you this, I do hate the drama side of the show, I think of it as filler. At the same time I do realize that this is a show, with a production manager telling the guys…. Hey have that conversation agin but let me grab the camera first.. so besides that I really enjoy watching the guys mine. The scenery is amazing, and watching the gold being separated is the best.
    I love the show and can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next,
    So quit bitchin. If you don’t like it, or Todd then F-ing turn the channel

    • Stiles
      October 26, 2013

      Only good part of the show is Parker, his grandfather and tony. What person in there right mine would put themselves, family and friends in danger of malaria for any amount of gold. Oh yea god will protect them my bad.

    • David Yamen
      January 18, 2014

      yea what he said

  13. David F. Norman
    October 25, 2013

    I like to watch Todd act the complete buffoon. All of that praying gets me. Can someone who claims to be a Christian really believe that their god really gives a rat’s ass if they strike it rich? And where do they find all those crybabies?

  14. cato cato
    December 2, 2013

    Tony Beets is the real deal…the rest of them are phonies.

  15. Steve
    December 9, 2013

    It is fake. Go to Season 4, episode 2 “Learning Curve.” The first hole that Parker digs and pans, pause the show and look at the gold pieces and bigger black rock above the top flake in the green pan. Fast forward to where Tony tells him to dig and Parker pans the first bucket of dirt after he says, “This one looks good!” He is so excited to find gold in this pan, but it is the same exact pan from the one he was disappointed in. The same exact three flakes and black rock – the first one was no good and 6 minutes later the same pan “magically” has enough gold to make him happy.

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      It’s not the same pan. Nor is the same amount of gold. You have incredibly bad recall.

  16. Jon
    December 13, 2013

    Todd is fat and lazy and could care less if they find gold or not. They need to kick Todd and Jackoff off the show so save some credibility of the show anyway.

  17. Dick
    December 15, 2013

    NOT FAKE ???…..Check out the pulley that Todd sent a worker to get 6 hrs away from the jungle which would slow down the diamond washer….When Dave Thurber installs it – the hub is bigger than the shaft but he tightens a set screw into the key slot where there is no key. When they turn it the washer on the pulley is running perfectly smooth. Todd appears to be short a couple of bricks and the narrator drives you up a wall with all the doom and gloom. Mike Rowe would never do this show.

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      And if you had paid attention the guy was told to get multiple sizes of pulleys and a few other things. Also you only saw a few seconds of a few minute job. Nor do you know what the hell you are talking about.

  18. Steve Houston
    January 19, 2014

    Whether it is real, fake, or somewhere in between, it interests people enough that there are many copycats out there. As far as the details about what is real or not, what the true breakeven point is, or just how much environmental damage is incurred; I suppose some of you sit around half drunk watching old TV shows arguing about how fake the effects are.

    Hoffman makes money via the show’s producers, the investor agreements he has with a lengthy line of people ready to sign up for shares, and through the mining. The show makes money via advertising, sponsors, and the network charging all cable systems a set rate. They really are mining for precious commodities, even reporting some of them (folks on set say not nearly all of it), but the leads are financially set via the show itself. That is why Parker’s mother let him mine for awhile longer, it was pointed out he could ride the wave a few years and pay off college before ending up working for Tony (and perhaps marrying his daughter). The family mine was depleted and he was going to work a “real job like his father” once he graduated, the show just proving too lucrative to pass up.

    As far as the editing, the doom & gloom narration, and other technical matters are concerned, I have to hand it to the producers for keeping it largely fresh for so long. It’s still miles ahead of the other mining shows, especially the semi-precious mineral show that is unbearably fake, or the female miner show that is so low budget it looks like it was shot on home cameras. Some of you probably forget that the pawn shop shows are STILL based on two families that have been in the business for years and the storage shows that are ALSO based on existing buyers who particpate in the completely fake auctions as a sideline but yes, the idiots on Gold Rush are destroying land just as miners have done for years, not just as a show.

    • Mike
      February 1, 2014

      What about the “diamonds”? Diamond mining is going to save “the season”. Really? LMAO The BEST diamonds (filmed) are perhaps worthy of industrial-grade saw-blade appointments and the “Show” would have the viewer believe these stones are so precious they’ll fetch thousands of $$ per Carat. Ummm…the largest (uncut, unpolished, untested) stone I saw was perhaps 1mm in diameter (equating to less than 1/10 of a Carat..uncut)…what’s THAT worth??

  19. Peter
    January 22, 2014

    They need to get rid of the Hoffman clowns and concentrate on Parker and the Dakotas – the only decent parts of the show. And for heaven’s sake, stop the formulaic “this is dangerous, whoops it slipped, ah, we made it” rubbish. I record the show and skip all the drama scenes as we know how they will end.

  20. Hugh82
    February 2, 2014

    Anyone ready for the Freddie Dodge and Dave Turin show? That might be worth an investment. Freddie is probably making big bucks privately on the back of his fame. Maybe Dave’s family run quarry isn’t paying as much, that’s why he is still there.

    Todd and Jack going home from the Jungle because they missed their families? Reality check, look around, especially at your extended family.

    Fred & Dave: ‘Just leave the rest of the Hoffman clan slapping their helmets together’.

    The way I see it, it is all scripted but the most realistic so far is the Dakota Boys.

    The big winners here are the Discovery crew, they will probably be on a roling contract.

  21. Randy
    February 9, 2014

    You Americans are all dumbass fucks
    You all still think wwf is real.
    You lot believe anything..

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      WWF the physical stuff is real. They do get hurt.

    • Cholo
      October 21, 2014

      WWF is an organisation that allows you to adopt animals, that said, I agree

  22. Anna Maria Perez
    February 10, 2014

    This show is awesome! It’s all real! They don’t even know the camera crew is there, it’s all filmed covertly. This is how real gold mining is!

    Seriously though, it is a pretty entertaining show and when it comes to reality, there is a lot more reality involved in Dakota Fred and Parker Schnabble’s operations than the Hoffman crew’s. The Hoffmans are clueless and obviously being carried along by Discovery. The 18 year old kid, Parker, forgot more about gold mining than the Hoffmans ever knew. I loved it when Dakota Fred kicked the Hoffmans out of Porcupine Creek. And by getting involved directly with Tony Beets, Parker is on the right track to make an enriching career out of gold mining. Beets is the real deal.

    If you want to see stupidity in gold mining that makes the Hoffmans look like Einsteins of the mining world, watch Jungle Gold.

    • Anna Maria Perez
      February 10, 2014

      Oh, I meant to say, I have experience gold mining, so I know a little bit about telling the difference between reality and scripting. I think the Hoffmans are just too stupid to be able to handle it without scripting.

      • d from birmingham
        March 1, 2014

        The only reason the Hoffs found only gold in season 2 was due to the non fuck ups most of whom left to work for Parker. Greg Remsberg, Chris Doumitt. Dave Turin and most of the other ones that went to Guyana should also leave to work for Parker.

  23. Tom
    February 15, 2014

    Over the past 3 seasons I have been willing to accept that while some of the show might be scripted, most of it was real. That was until the episode that just aired on Feb 14. The scene where Dustin had to go out on that cable was obviously staged. The fly over with the camera on the drone showed that the pullyes were still centered over the cable. Come on, how stupid do they think we are? For me, this is where Gold Rush has “jumped the shark”. I won’t be watching any longer.

    • Dockman
      February 15, 2014

      I totally agree. The first year was probably the realist cause they didn’t know how or if it was going to be watched. Then they had to step in and stage stuff and get big sponsors ( Volvo ). And there is no way Todd and crew last season even came close to breaking even with the two wash plants that had to be built. I wish they would just make it about how the gold is taking out of the ground and processed. All the drama is way to much. That’s why I watch Gold Fever on outdoor channel with Perry Massey it about all the different types of equipment and the process. It’s all about the amature gold miner.

      • d from birmingham
        March 1, 2014

        The wash plants were built by Freddy Dodge who leased them to Toad. Freddy Dodge will lease them to others such as Parker Schanabbel. So in reality those washplants didn’t cost Toad that much.

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      Ah the reason he went to the cable was because the pulleys had been stuck on the cable so guess what they would have still been centered.

  24. John Jaaskam
    February 17, 2014

    The Hoffman crew is a joke. The first season was exciting – the potential for disaster, uplifting story, man against nature, problem solving, creative engineering. One clearly realizes by this season that Todd is an idiot when it comes to mining and yet amazingly brilliant that he profited so well from it.

    • d from birmingham
      March 1, 2014

      Profitted like Donald Trump. Todd Hoffman has gone broke multiple times. Donald Trump declared bankruptcy 9 times and has lost every single company he has ever owned as well as having a personal debt of over 9 billion dollars. Yet people still call Donald Trump a billionarie.

  25. John
    February 23, 2014

    Yes people,the show is not real. They could have summed up Todds’ experience in the jungle in ten minutes.If I was editing this show,I would have cut the Hoffmans completely out of season 4. Yes Todd is a smart guy for coming up the concept for the show,but their presence on the show now is a distraction(albeit a hilarious one) from the real story of Parker and Fred and the most interesting person on the show,Tony. That whole thing in the jungle with the Hoffmans was so poorly done and clearly fake,that it really takes credibility away from the show.

  26. Cris
    February 24, 2014

    I am not sure if these shows are on the same channel…but having a brother in law in a mc…the devils hand or whatever that stupid motorcycle group is…it is similar to this nonsense show…but if you watch it for scripted entertainment like big bang your mom show..then it is ok..not real but good nasty fodder for whatever…if you think any of these guys will strike it rich..they have fools…it is called TV…you know you wishec you thought of it first too..if u dislike it dont watch it…i will not watch again..but that is just me

  27. GEOFF
    March 12, 2014

    Drop the Hoffmans next year and film Tony Beets instead.

    • MikeF
      March 12, 2014

      I just saw the promo last night for the finale and Todd saying something about his critics ‘just sitting at home playing armchair quarterback’. I’ll watch to see what he means in context but it has to point towards many of us who think his foray into the rainforest was a dumb idea. Parker & crew sluiced more gold in 8 hours than the Hoffman crew did in 5 months. He was sold a bill of goods and Discovery picked up the tab. Parker & Grandpa John, Tony Beets and the Dakota Boys ARE the future faces of Gold Rush. After season 1, Todd was just a sideshow. I feel bad for Dave Turin as he obviously has skills but following the wrong piper. BTW, it this were “real” and Todd had to pay for his food bill, he would have lost 100# in the jungle.

  28. Nope
    March 21, 2014

    Of course it is not real. Who in their right might brings that kind of equipment to that kind of environment, with that kind of pressure and do not test the equipment on before hand? F-ing ridiculous.

    Drama. Drama. Drama. No more real that moonshiners.

  29. Patrick Lyder
    May 3, 2014

    I’m sorry to be cruel it’s not my intention but after watching these guys for a season I just have to comment.
    These guys are a walking disaster and dangerous as hell to themselves and the camera crew. Regardless if this is fake or not they should not be allowed any of the heavy equipment. The chances they take with the cables and chains is prove enough they have no right touching this stuff. They take one step forward and so many steps back they might as well be at the beginning again.
    This is a big project not something you knock off in a weekend in your friends back 40. Before you buy anything, move anything, do any dirting you plan and research and setup timetables and feasibility studies. You get a good geologist, you get SPOT photos, your get any land survey and mineral study reports. You get an understanding of the wildlife and the DNR regulations. You get a project leader with experience and a degree and holy shit you get an engineer.
    Individually there are 3 people in this crew that have a clue.they have talent and experience and I’m sure they know they are not doing this job right or safe.
    Should I mention the children around heavy equipment and wildlife and they river. They ground is wet and slippery. Kids, especially bored out of their minds kids, are attracted to water.
    And last but certainly not really last, their leader and “foreman”. I understand he is dedicated to this endeavor. He has forked over a lot of money and he wants it to really work out, but he can’t be the foreman and team captain. He’s just not smart enough. I know that sounds horrible but if you are truly honest you know it’s true. I’m sure he is smart in other fields, but this project requires a great deal of different disciplines brought together to get an understanding of what is involved.

  30. Justin Platt
    May 30, 2014

    Who cares? It’s entertaining for those that enjoy seeing something that most of us cannot do. I seriously doubt there are fake investors willing to throw tons of money on a falsified show. Can you say law suit? That’s a whole lot of money and gold for it all to be fake. I understand that there is a few things that are exaggerated during the show in order to peak viewers, but the work is legit. All of these types of shows throw in reality based drama to make it much more interesting. Although the high school drama in the show makes me want to change the channel, many people enjoy that type of garbage.

  31. larry
    October 14, 2014

    Kinda like pro wrestling.

  32. NegraJoe.
    October 16, 2014

    The show is fake.
    The only thing that’s not fake is the love of “Parker” for his gramps.
    And gramps isn’t the one pouring money into Smith Creek; it’s Discovery that’s footing the bill.
    I bring in the runaway truck stop girls for the mining and filming crews to have sex with, and Discovery pays me $1.7 million for that service.

  33. Joe
    October 17, 2014

    Whether the show is fake or not, it’s pathetic that discovery has kept the Hoffman crew for so long. Todd has is most inept person I’ve ever seen in my life. Watching the discovery channel pay him to fail is ridiculous. I used to love the show but watch it in more.

    • Joe
      October 17, 2014

      I mean watch it no more

  34. Jeff
    October 22, 2014

    99% of Discovery TV shows are all FAKE they think the viewing public is FOOLS WELL DISCOVERY WE ARE NOT PULL THE WOOL OVER YOUR OWN EYES

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