In part 1, a Spaniard in a quest to become a legendary traveler gets dropped in Alaska. In part two, same dude gets "rescued," by the locals who are of course quiet and not very friendly and probably backwards, because America, etc.
I'm recapping because I assume you won't watch this. Hell the only reason I am is because I'm paid to do so.

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