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Old 04-30-2010, 01:50 AM   #1
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Default Billy the Exterminator tv show

Anyone ever watch this? I watched part of it for the first time last night. The guy's wild. They get a call from a homeowner who has a bee problem. What got my attention was that the homeowner didn't want the bees destroyed. That stopped me in my tracks so I sat and watched. Turns out the homeowners pretty much said it was important to them that the bees not be killed but relocated. Whoa.... that's a first and the lady of the house was pregnant and still wanted to make sure he wasn't going to kill them. That's a sure sign times are a changing. Anywhoooo, Billy gets in a little over his head when he finds there are more than 10,000 bees in their siding but he does manage to remove them and he gives them to a bee farmer so the story has a happy ending. This program must be popular. I googled him and found a whole website. Here's the good part of what I watched last night, Billy the Exterminator - A&E TV. I have no idea what other episodes of Billy the Exterminator are like but I liked the way this bee relocation episode played out.
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