Primos TRUTH About Hunting returns for its 17th season in 2017 as an Outdoor Channel fan favorite. Join Will Primos, Jimmy Primos, Brad Farris and friends as they chase turkey, elk, deer, waterfowl, and predators from hunting camps in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas to points all over North America. As ever, the TRUTH is about hunters who are serious about their sport and serious about wildlife conservation, but who also value family, friendship, and fun. If you're looking for phony drama or scripted stories, look elsewhere, because like Will always says, "This ain't Hollywood. This is the TRUTH!"
Runtime: 30 minutes
Primos TRUTH About Hunting - Arcadia (play) - Netflix
Arcadia is a 1993 play by Tom Stoppard concerning the relationship between past and present, order and disorder, certainty and uncertainty. It has been praised by many critics as the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language. In 2006, the Royal Institution of Great Britain named it one of the best science-related works ever written.
Primos TRUTH About Hunting - Scene 5 (Act 2) - Netflix
Still in the present, Bernard gives Hannah, Valentine, and Chloe a preview of his lecture theorising that Lord Byron shot and killed Chater in a duel. When Hannah and Valentine challenge his logic, Bernard launches into a diatribe about the irrelevance of science, then departs for his lecture (and a promotional media appearance) in London. Hannah begins to suspect that the hermit of Sidley Park – who was reportedly obsessed with algebraic computations about the heat death of the universe, the theory suggested in Thomasina's diagram – could have been Septimus.
Primos TRUTH About Hunting - References - Netflix