If you watched Discovery's Eaten Alive special Sunday, you might have been disappointed when Paul Rosolie was not, in fact, eaten alive by an anaconda.
The conservationist, wearing a special "snake-proof" suit covered in pig's blood, got the snake to bite, but he called for help as its jaws began to crush his arms. Viewers were disappointed, to say the least, and on Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Paul called in (via Skype) to address some of the backlash.
First, though, the late-night host expressed his own grievances. "We're all pissed," he said. "We were promised a man would be eaten on television and he didn't [go through with it]...What a ripoff!"