Last night PBS aired a rerun of "Nature." PBS used to be the "Place of British Situation Comedies" and now has become the "Place of British Soap Operas." So, since they spent all their money on shipping British aristocracy across the Atlantic they could not afford a new episode of "Nature" to air. All is fine, because it allows us to review last week's episode which featured the most laid back documentarian ever.
Here are the most laid back moments from this hilarious documentary:
1. 5:06. Snow gets in the lens of the documentarian's camera. He says, "Looks like we're going to have to call it a day."
2. 22:00. "It's frustrating to have to leave now, but the chopper is running low on fuel, so we'll come back tomorrow to see what happened."
3. 36:36. "As much as I love watching these wolves, it's time for me to go . . . I'll come back in the autumn."
4. 48:56. "It's strange. The wolves just seem to be focused on the older bull, like they're waiting for something to happen. I'll come back in the morning to see if the wolves are still here."