Episode #305 – Hunted Series 5 Episode 4 Recap

Grab a jam butty and your flapjacks! Ten new fugitives are on the run all across the UK, and three podcast veterans are back to talk about them! Over the next six weeks, we’ll be recapping the highs, lows and Dr Donnas of the fifth UK Hunt. Luckily for us, we’ve not been left without any of our personal belongings (despite what Michelle may want to happen)!

In our recap:

  • Ant has odd gigs.
  • What day is it?
  • Is Dan an Olympian?
  • We do butty chat.
  • Michelle rates UK snacks.
  • Doggy facetime is a thing now.
  • Is Dan a Superhero?
  • There’s some midge metaphors.
  • Bitches get burnt.
  • Ant tips over the edge.
  • We assess Franken-recordings.
  • Was there more monkeying with the timeline?
  • What language do Production think Dan speaks?
  • There’s a Danni-face reprise.
  • Ant & Michael are a pair of prankers.
  • What constitutes a proper Chinese?
  • Michelle has some chip tips.
  • And the podcast gets hijacked by a familiar voice!

We will be back next week as the Hunt continues!

One response to “Episode #305 – Hunted Series 5 Episode 4 Recap

  1. I assume it’s split three ways because the Hunted rules assume teams will split and recombine (and sometimes get caught while separated). The “team” thing allows co-operation but isn’t compulsory, so there is an incentive for everyone to do what they think is best, in all situations. It limits the amount of strategic sacraficing going on (so you don’t get slower runners getting deliberately caught to interfere with Hunters catching the quicker one, rather you get the pair both deciding to do whatever helps them both best – which means there’s more chance of both at least trying to escape.).

    It’s hard to game Hunted, but the prize rule, I think, makes it even harder to game.

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