Twitter erupted with messages calling the Eaten Alive two-hour special on Sunday a huge TV letdown when Rosolie -- who was wearing a protective outfit (doused in pig's blood) that he claimed would keep him alive when the anaconda ate him -- bailed out of the stunt after only having his head swallowed up by the 24-foot animal while in the Amazon. "The Amazon is the greatest natural battlefield on Earth," he said at the beginning of the special. "Everything, from the biggest tree to the smallest ant, is going to be eaten."
"I'm calling it, I need help!" he screamed. Rosolie did not attempt to be consumed again and the snake was released back into the wild.
"I felt her jaws lock onto my helmet. I felt her gurgling and wheezing, but then I felt her let go. She got my arm into a position where her force was fully on my exposed arm. I started to feel the blood drain out of my hand and I felt the bone flex," he explained. "And when I got to the point where I felt like it was going to snap I had to tap out."
Twitter didn't let Rosolie get away with this, many comparing the stunt to the 1986 special The Mysteries of Al Capone's Vault -- presented by Geraldo Rivera -- which revealed the vault only having a few empty Coke bottles and a lot of dust.
Next time I watch something called #EatenAlive, somebody better get eaten alive.— Casey Pratt (@CaseyPrattCSN) December 8, 2014
Were you letdown by "Eaten Alive" last night? What was the bigger disappointment: Eaten Alive or Al Capone's Vault? pic.twitter.com/QdlDLyBKqZ— Good Morning America (@GMA) December 8, 2014
Calling it #EatenAlive is like having a show on the Food Network about cooking a turkey and all they do after 2 hours is preheat the oven.— Reagan King (@ReaganKingIsles) December 8, 2014
What did you think of the Eaten Alive animal stunt being cut short?
Luckily, Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" video was NOT a letdown. Check it out, below.