Hunting is big business. So gi-normous that media companies create entire cable channels dedicated to people whispering “Look at that! Did you see that? Wow. What a beauty!” I can’t do it. I love guns, I’m into the great outdoors, I’m OK with hunting, I appreciate the skills required to hunt and I admire the hunters’ accomplishments. But I’d rather watch an episode of How it’s Made describing aglet production than sit through a single episode of an entirely predictable hunting show. Don’t tell me: the animal dies. (For the record: when the prey escapes or fails to show up, I don’t share the host’s opinion—based entirely on production costs—that that’s OK too.) What is it that makes these hunting shows so popular? The immersion into a world where cell phones, bills, household chores and (let’s face it) women don’t exist? What? If you like hunting shows or YouTube clips, which one’s your favorite?