I've been lucky enough to be involved with several TV shows to this point, and the best thing about them - just like my life in the military - is the people you meet and work with along the way. Filming, "Dude You're Screwed" took several months, and everyone involved -- the lads, the production team at High Noon, and the locals from every country we visited - all were great to work with and fun to be around.
The whole time that we were working, we would occasionally look at each other and laugh -- "Damn, we're in Costa Rica!" or "C'mon, man, when are we gonna ever get a chance to go to Finland?..." Good fun, and now good friends. I only hope the audience has as much fun watching it as we did making it.