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"This S–t Just Got Real!" Uzo Aduba's Running Wild Looks Very Dramatic

It is hailing and Uzo Aduba is caught on prime of some cliffs in Spain’s Pyrenees Mountains. She has to descend down them herself with a rope that is not knotted. In truth, it is the “not a knot” method, one improper pull and every thing might go improper. Looks like the Emmy winner would somewhat be in TV jail than on this mountain within the newest episode of Operating Wild with Bear Grylls.

“That is actual survival proper now,” the Orange Is the New Black star says whereas getting whipped with wind and rain within the unique clip above. “In case you pull the correct rope, you may have an opportunity of creating it down alive. I believe that is about as near as survival will get.”

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Bear Grylls goes down first, leaving Aduba to maneuver her approach solo. “That is onerous stuff, as a result of you need to keep in mind while you’re chilly, you are moist slash scared,” Grylls tells her.

“I am actually nervous about this one, as a result of this one I’ve to do solely on my own,” Aduba says. “That is the alternative of the place I need to be proper now.”

She sums it up completely as she watches Grylls make his technique to decrease floor: “Holy s—t.”

“Wow. That’s wild up there now. That is going to push this lady,” Grylls says because the hail comes down on Aduba.

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“This s—t simply bought actual,” Aduba says.

Additionally within the episode, which airs Sunday, July 15 at 7 p.m. on NBC, Grylls and Aduba come face-to-face with a toxic viper, try to get dinner out of area mice and use a crossbow to zip-line throughout an enormous drop.

(E! and NBC are each a part of the NBCUniversal household.)

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