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Bear Grylls drops 12 ordinary British people on an uninhabited island in the Pacific for the toughest five weeks of their lives -- but it isn't just about survival, there's a cash jackopot waiting to be discovered.

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Host Bear Grylls returns to pick up the islanders, who reflect on how they coped with the brutal conditions and with each other. They reveal how the hidden cash motivated them to explore more of the island, helping provide the camp with food.
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The end is in sight for the islanders, who have fought hunger and each other in their search for the hidden cash.
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Seven days without a real meal and the group's falling apart. With tensions over money high, Morag's frustrations boil over. Jack and Ben take on ex-marine Marco in a race for cash.
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The islanders struggle with sleep deprivation and an insect infestation; Jack manages to wrestle a half-eaten iguana from a python, providing a much-needed meal; desperation sets in as the group realizes their water source is running dry.
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The group are barely subsisting on coconuts and winkles; with suspicions on the rise about the hidden cash, Morag takes action that threatens to tear the islanders apart.
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Bear Grylls drops a group of twelve ordinary people onto a remote island in the Pacific for the ultimate challenge; with only the clothes on their backs and a few tools, they have to figure out how to survive for five weeks.

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