Boston man exits NBC's 'Love in the Wild'
UNDATED (WHDH) -- Contestants tried out their own version of Tarzan and Jane on reality TV when season two of “Love in the Wild” premiered Tuesday night.
It was taped in the Dominican Republic, and provided adventure and competition for one Boston man.
Darwin Zook said he was okay with being one of the first to go.
"It didn't bother me that much. I mean of course I would have wanted to have stayed longer and competed, but at the same time I think some of the things that you needed to do to stay weren't really what I was about anyway," Zook said.
Zook said he did not have a watch party last night -- he had some buddies over and they were flipping back and forth between the Celtics game.
As for what is next: he said he is not planning on any more reality shows. He said taking part in the show provided great memories.