Liked the show, but I have a lot of questions.
Is there a time limit between the $100 withdrawals?
How soon can they start planning? When they're chosen for the show? Or when they're given the 48-hour notice?
What kind of cameras are the hunters accessing? Actual police cameras?
Can you purchase burner phones before the start?
Could you cache food and other supplies ahead of time?
Could you not pack a "go" bag before your 48-hr notice?
Can you separate from your partner? Or do you have to stay within so many feet of each other?
ETA: Were all the teams running at the same time? Or were there staggered starts so that only a few teams were running at the same time?
These are just the questions I remember off the top of my head.
I really liked the show but I need to see the rules. These were posted on the CBS website:
These are the rules of the hunt:
Fugitives must stay within a 100,000-square mile hunt zone.
Fugitives will be given a one-hour head start before Hunters are alerted.
Fugitives are provided limited funds.
Command Center is given only a name, photo, and last known location.
Fugitives that evade capture win $250,000 per team./quote]
There were also some additions to the rules from a narrator during the show.
During their time on the run each fugitive team can only access money via a bank account containing a total of five hundred dollars, and they can withdraw up to one hundred dollars at a time.
The hundred dollars at a time - Do they have to use different banks? Could they just stand there and withdraw $100 at a time? Do they have a time limit between withdrawals?