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Special Forces Recap & Review: Is This Worth Watching?

Searching for Special Forces recap & review? The four "directing staff" barking orders at the "recruits" were veterans of American and British special forces with more than a decade of experience each in hot areas both familiar and unfamiliar. Their names were Remi Adelke, Mark "Billy" Billingham, Jason "Foxy" Fox, and Rodolfo "Rudy" Reyes.
Several other celebrities, such as Danny Amendola, Mel B, Hannah Brown, Tyler Florence, Kate Gosselin, Dwight Howard, Montell Jordan, Gus Kenworthy, Nastia Liukin, Carli Lloyd, Beverley Mitchell, Kenya Moore, Mike Piazza, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Anthony Scaramucci, and Jamie Lynn Spears, are also mentioned.

#1. Special Forces Recap & Review

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Immediately after arriving, the company is put through their paces by having their train attacked by "fire" and then ordered to run to the base, which is two miles distant. A few famous people, most notably Kate Gosselin, are falling behind in that race. They are issued uniforms, numbered armbands, and bags and will be referred to by their assigned numbers afterward.
A recruit who wishes to quit can do so at any moment by simply handing over their wristband to a staff member. Injuries are another common cause of a recruit's departure. Tests include jumping out of an airplane backward, traversing a wire 200 feet above a ravine, and assaulting a staff member named "Redman" who is clad in crimson padding. The last drill tests the trainees' ability to deploy and regulate hostility.
In addition to physical obstacles, superstars like Spears must overcome irrational concerns or the grief of losing a kid. Another activity calls for the candidates to form a line from strongest to weakest. Select new hires are hooded and taken to a secret location, where they are questioned about how they are sabotaging their progress and preventing themselves from reaching their full potential.


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Even if we're not big fans of actors faking it in the military, Special Forces is the one program that makes it bearable. Having spent their lives fighting in various overseas hot places, the "staff" probably doesn't know much about any of the star recruits, so they treat them harshly.
A small part of me enjoys watching these famous people get covered in mud and sand, go without makeup (though Kenya Moore's prodigious eyelashes remain intact, either because they are natural or held on with Crazy Glue), and be yelled at and humbled by the staff for no reason other than to test themselves. The program creators don't try to gloss over their hardships; their embarrassment is evident when they suffer a major setback, even if their fellow recruits rally behind them.


Special Forces Recap
It's satisfying to see stars who brag about how well they'll do in training rapidly show their real colors (looking at you, Dwight Howard and Tyler Florence!) and to see stars who appear like they'll flame out quickly actually outlast individuals by the conclusion of the first two-hour episode. For example, considering how difficult the first few days were for them mentally and physically, we were impressed by Spears and Mitchell's resilience.
Staff members take their responsibilities seriously; we even witness them hurling insults at their least favored recruits behind closed doors. However, some are playing things up for the cameras more than others (see below). It's brutally honest, and while the recruits are shown some degree of respect for putting themselves out there, the filmmakers have no qualms about showing them behaving like they're about to give up at any moment.
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