Initially I was disconcerted to see a self-proclaimed anti-nature host in the "woods" wearing a rather garish bright blue suit and a tie, although he did have rubber boots. I have never seen a camper wearing a tie, nor do I wear one when I go camping. It's the world's most useless piece of clothing anyway, so the sooner I can take mine off, the better. Once I adjusted/lowered my expectations from "finding things I'd buy or use to make camping easier" , to "watching him make fun of alleged camping gadgets", it was easier to watch. All the same, very little of the selection would be likely to be taken along by 99% of campers.
Here's a list of what Season 2, Episode 1 (Camping) had to offer:
a knife with close to 200 blades, clearly 90% useless for normal use,
a water pump he claims can only generate 1 (clean) pot of water per week,
a "straw" which allegedly removes 99.9% of germs/microbes, (might actually be useful, small enough to pack),
a "fire starting" laser light that was moved on before seeing whether it made more than smoke,
a "crocodile knife" kept stored in a bag, so it would take too long to remove if one was attacked,
a "tent" that resembled a body bag; cute but did not look like it would provide any warmth at all,
a bait dropping floating drone,
a fishing pole with a camera, the results of which were not helpful, (they did catch a fish, to be sure),
an amphibious car (if you go camping, who is going to bring an extra car along? Really.....)
a 14 foot inflatable movie screen & small projector that holds 8 movies (he's unclear on the concept of camping),
an oven too big to fit in just about any car,
a large clear bubble looking tent (no privacy at night or day) that costs about 6000 pounds,
an inflatable jacuzzi (again, not likely to be something to bring along camping),
an "avalanche bag" that sprouts 2 large pink hot-dog shaped wings to keep you at the top of the snow,
a massage chair,
a floating plate to serve champagne in the jacuzzi (yea, I know it's a joke, but c'mon, give me SOMETHING),
a device that will frost drinking glasses,
an auto-luminous body seeking telescope that picks out the brightest 5 objects in the sky,
a remote control self-heating jacket (actually MIGHT be useful, depending on amount/duration of heat),
a small ring that can open non-pull-top cans (might be useful if you don't have a 99 cent can opener.....)
a camper w/a pop up top & back that extends 5-8 feet (why not just use/rent a larger one to begin with?)
a sleeping bag with limbs built in (again, might be useful depending on warmth), and
food delivered by drone.
I was hoping for items I could really use, such as: a VERY bright small durable flashlight, a GPS for hiking with sufficiently long battery life and accuracy, high protein non-perishable food packets, usable tents (at the moment, I have two shaped like large pizzas, round, about 2 inches high and a yard across, with semi-rigid plastic tubing sewn into the edges; so that when tossed into the air, it self-inflates by the time it falls down to the ground, about 3 seconds later. VERY useful, super easy to set up and fold up, etc. THIS is the sort of gadget I was expecting), and so forth.
I'll probably watch the rest of the series, but more for amusement than for any potential purchase.