You don't realize how much you depend on something until you don't have it anymore. Foil Arms and Hog find out when they've checked into a cabin in the woods that doesn't have internet service. It's a tragedy of epic proportions! Well, it might not be for older people, but for Generation Z, everything they do is dependent on the internet: procuring food, asking for help, finding your way around, and passing the time with entertainment. Yeah, they've heard about alternative methods for all those things, but they can't remember what they are because they never had to commit anything to memory, since they could always look things up on the 'net. These guys do not handle it well.
This reminds me of the time my younger daughter had an interview in the Cumberland Gap area, where even sunshine has to be imported. She had no use for a map, since she never learned to read one anyway. She didn't need directions. She was surprised to find there are places with no internet access, and became lost. She had to resort to the very last thing she ever wanted to do- ask strangers for help. But rather than learn strategies for getting around without the internet, she has just vowed to never go into a deeply mountainous area again.