I'd call the whole show a joke, just like the Alaskan Bush-Pilot show. Lots of dramatic "We've got to get this airplane in limited time without getting caught!!" drama, yet somehow, having a camera crew follow our heroes doesn't highlight them.
And somehow, they always have time to mount belly-cameras----more than one----on these airplanes they are in a 'hurry' to takeoff with. On a Canadair, I assume they used more than duct-tape.
I saw it the other night (surfing through it). They took a Cessna from a ranch in Texas. A ranch-hand gave chase to one of the guys on the ground. The guy who took the plane buzzed him repeatedly to drive him off.
Now, unless this was done with the full blessing of the FAA (under the auspices of an 'air show'), only a dunce would allow video of such an event to actually be broadcast.
Staged, mindless spectacle for the uninformed. Next.