Andrew swims with sharks and sting rays in Belize. He explores an ancient cave and sinks his teeth into Maya-style pork brains and the country's most prized rodent!
Andrew participates in a Santeria ritual that leaves him covered in blood. He devours the biggest tree rats he's ever seen, and he discovers how to grow world-class tobacco.
Andrew lives with one of the oldest hunter-gatherer tribes in Botswana. He learns how to track animals and participates in an emotional trance ritual.
Andrew visits a dangerous township in gritty Johannesburg, where he participates in a late-night competition. He also rappels off a cliff on Cape Town's Table Mountain.
Andrew travels to Sulawesi, where the ancient funeral ritual Rambu Solo is still deeply rooted in the rich and colorful community of Tana Toraja. Andrew witnesses a jaw-dropping custom of spirit possession and spends some time shopping for exotic fruits.
Andrew's next stop is the Indonesian island of Bali, where he participates in a cricket-fighting match, learns the art of Mepantigan, witnesses a tooth-filing ceremony for adolescents and eats a ceremonial meal that includes raw pig's blood.
Andrew travels to Germany with Jasmin Manalac, the finalist of the Are You Bizarre Enough for TV? casting call. Together they eat traditional Bavarian cuisine, check out the art scene in Berlin and participate in World Bodypainting Festival.
Andrew dives into Florida's oddities and explores communities that live outside the norm. Discover what makes the Sunshine State a magnet for the weird and wonderful, including sponge divers, frog giggers, mermaids and drag racers.
Andrew eats his way through Wisconsin, the land of cheese and brats. He chucks cow pies for distance, delivers mail by boat, eats duck-blood soup and makes one of the smelliest cheeses in America.
Each Bizarre Foods Repack dips into the extensive series archives from programs taped throughout the U.S. and around the world to create a unique episode centered around a given theme. Everything is tied together with fresh on-camera reminiscences and transitional elements from host and food explorer Andrew Zimmern.