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Siberia: Lyin' and Tiger and Bare

The group's brief respite ends when someone sets the food shed on fire, destroying the stockpile. When the contestants receive a bow and arrows, Irene displays an unexpected gift for marksmanship and Johnny takes her hunting. Meanwhile, Natalie and Annie claim that they saw a tiger but the others suspect that it's a set-up by the producers.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x3
Airdate: Monday July 15th, 2013

Main Cast
Joyce GiraudJoyce Giraud
As Carolina / Joyce
Johnny WactorJohnny Wactor
As Johnny
Irene YeeIrene Yee
As Irene


Johnny is out in the woods and decides to pick some flowers to start up a courtship with Carolina. She comes over and notices him, and he quickly distracts her by asking what she'd eat if they had their choice of food. They find a large lake and Johnny strips down to his boxers and jumps in, and dares Carolina to come in as well. She does so and Johnny comes over. As he starts to draw closer, Annie and Natalie arrive, interrupting them, and they undress and jump in to refresh themselves. ..

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Episode Quotes
Miljan: I'm not really competing with other guys for women. I'm not. But I know I could get any of them if I want.

Miljan: Come on, it's a tiger, how dangerous can it be?
Natalie: Shut the *bleep* up.
Miljan: No, seriously, a big cat. You're like, making a big drama.
Natalie: We're talking a big cat.
Miljan: Tiger is a big cat, at least technically.
Natalie: Are you serious? An 800-pound cat with razor-sharp teeth. Yeah, that's not dangerous at all. That's okay, you can stay down there and be eaten first. that's fine with me.

Cultural References
Title: Lyin' and Tiger and Bare

In the movie The Wizard of Oz (1939), Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Man chants "Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!" as they make their way through the woods.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorMatthew Arnold (1)
Executive ProducerDoug McCallie  |  Matthew Arnold (1)  |  Michael Ohoven  |  Chris Philip  |  Slava N. Jakovleff
Co-Executive ProducerJoyce De Ohoven  |  Odin Shafer
Supervising ProducerDan Katzman
ProducerPhyllis Laing  |  James Gibb
Co-ProducerHerbert James Winterstern  |  Andy Cochran  |  Jonathan Levin  |  Paul Pender
Associate ProducerTravis Mann  |  Kari Hobson  |  Rob Baker  |  Paulette Bensussen
Production DesignerNick Ralbovsky
EditorHerbert James Winterstern  |  Jonas Smensgard
CastingKerry Rock  |  Lori Stefaniuk
Line ProducerJoe Laurin
MusicCorey Wallace
Music EditorJon Mooney
Music SupervisorAndy Ross
Costume DesignerJoyce De Ohoven
Make-upCindy Smith (1)
Key GripStephen McLellan
Camera OperatorMichael Macaleenan  |  Chris Barker (1)  |  Herbert James Winterstern  |  Todd Irving  |  Luke Cormack
Set DecoratorMaryam Decter
Location ManagerBill Sorochan
Transportation CoordinatorCorey Walker
Property MasterChad Giesbrecht
Construction CoordinatorOlaf Dux
Production AssistantTerry Gardner  |  Paul Compton  |  Megan Basaraba
Production Sound MixerRoger Roscoe  |  Cameron Sinclair
Production CoordinatorIan Gardner
Assistant EditorNicholas J. Rosen  |  Jared Wheeler  |  Jamie Mierau  |  L. Dillon Thomas
Post Production SupervisorZak Kauffman
Supervising Sound EditorEthan Beigel
Re-Recording MixerEthan Beigel
GafferAndrew Gordon (1)
Director of PhotographyMichael Applebaum
Production ManagerRhonda Baker
Special EffectsChad Giesbrecht
Visual Effects SupervisorMike Shand
Production AccountantPhil Doerksen
Casting AssistantLeslie Ferrera Ruelas
Visual Effects ProducerBrad Reinke
Assistant DirectorDanielle Dumesnil  |  Jamie Ashton (1)
Graphic ArtistGreg Gardner (1)  |  Carlo Vega
HairCindy Smith (1)
Best Boy GripJustin Tocher
Additional EditingClinton Noel Williams
Writers' AssistantCarolyn Johnson
Assistant Production AccountantIan Macpherson
Medical ConsultantJason May (1)
Camera TechnicianTerry Silva  |  Meghan Cosenzo  |  Adrian Madden  |  Danny Quesnel
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