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    Tiger King on Netflix

    Anyone watched this yet? First came across it on Twitter last night. Seems interesting. Wondering if it's worth the watch?

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    I ****ing love it tbh.

    It's like if you've ever seen Wonderful Whites of West Virginia and love the absolutely bizarre characters and ****ed up **** revolving around their lives then this is right up your alley.

    Either way worth a try at the minimum.

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    Iím 4 episodes in right now. Loving it as well.


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    I finished it, it is interesting but it does get kind of boring. Definitely not worth the hype.

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    Everyone in this documentary is insane


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    You need to shower after each episode. These people are filthy and insane.

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    Seen the first few episodes and itís insane.

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    Tiger King on Netflix

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    You need to shower after each episode. These people are filthy and insane.
    Lol that one cracked me up. Well done


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    Appreciate the feedback. That'll be my next show to start watching soon.

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    seemed a few episodes too long... that was my only complaint.

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    I could not stop watching. Excellent documentary in the world of exotic animals and the high stakes profit of the scheming, scamming business owners behind it all in the U.S.

    The case against Carole Baskin is being re-opened as a result of this film.

    Intense and eye opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie6986 View Post
    I could not stop watching. Excellent documentary in the world of exotic animals and the high stakes profit of the scheming, scamming business owners behind it all in the U.S.

    The case against Carole Baskin is being re-opened as a result of this film.

    Intense and eye opening.

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    I think that is the part that is often missed. Yes, the stories are ****ing absurd and the characters are crazy. However I really did not have much idea about honestly how low the Tiger population was in actual wild compared to captivity and then seeing these places and how they are truly ran was pretty off putting. I don't want to ruin anything, but I felt like other then the rollar coaster of crazy it was there was also so much to learn if you weren't really in the loop on the world of exotic animals and the apparent market that exisits.

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    Watched the first two episodes. Really ****ed up, but also kinda hilarious. That crazy "sanctuary" lady totally fed her previous husband to a tiger. Doc Antle is the Big Cat version of Hugh Hefner. Looking forward to the rest.

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    For all you cool cats and kittens out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by northsider View Post
    I think that is the part that is often missed. Yes, the stories are ****ing absurd and the characters are crazy. However I really did not have much idea about honestly how low the Tiger population was in actual wild compared to captivity and then seeing these places and how they are truly ran was pretty off putting. I don't want to ruin anything, but I felt like other then the rollar coaster of crazy it was there was also so much to learn if you weren't really in the loop on the world of exotic animals and the apparent market that exisits.
    I watched the first two episodes tonight after Wrestlemania. If you asked me who owned animals like they, I would've assumed that a couple rich people probably had a few but that was it. This Joe guy sold his cubs to people in 38 states. That is absolutely crazy. If you are in a rural area, it's entirely possible your neighbor has a tiger or something on his land.

    And those people who are married to those guys or work for them for well below minimum wage, that is cult **** on par with R. Kelly.

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