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Mountain Monsters: "Enter the Dark Forest" - And Some Thoughts on the New Season

A  new Mountain Monsters is on tonight at 10 on Destination America. Tonight's episode is "Enter the Dark Forest:"

"The AIMS team enters the Dark Forest to capture the Woman of the Woods. The Dark Forest has a grip around Jeff and they realize that this is the home to not only the Woman of the Woods and a Bigfoot, but another mysterious creature: the Black Wolf."

Not really looking forward to these anymore. The first two episodes of this season were stupid. I was really hoping this whole thing with the "Rogue Team" would be finished after that, but it isn't. And, apparently, the Rogue Team weren't the ones who shot the Stonish Giant. So I really don't see the point of this anymore.

And from the previews, we know that Buck is going to act like an idiot again and think he's in charge, and when Trapper tells him he isn't, he just gets mad at the whole team like he's done the other times. Sigh.

Another thing I didn't like was that last episode, when Jeff showed the others that he had gone back to the "Dark Forest," they all got mad at him. Why? Can't he do what he wants in his free time? If he wants to go back to that forest, fine. It isn't effecting the rest of the team.

So, Mountain Monsters is on tonight if you want to watch it and see how bad its getting. I really wish they would just go back to hunting a different monster each time like seasons 1 and 2. Once they started going after only Bigfoot, things have gone downhill. Slowly at first, but not, they're gonna hit rock bottom pretty soon.

The only thing I'll like about this episode and the last one is that Trapper is back...


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