does anyone have links for this episode, too? hashei and matriliner have been repeatedly posting bad and incorrect links for almost half of this series. it's really annoying when you get in to a show and then miss a lot of it. can't we get their bad links removed? i've tried flagging them but the system here doesn't work the way we need it to. :o(
Team Cohutta, it is a FUN lighthearted show, why all the serious mumbo jumbo about ST ? Which I love too by the way, but they are very different this one being a comedy (more so in S1) Your rant reminds me of a teenager having a hissy fit at being grounded! Just chill the F out dude sheesh, so much drama.
You are so very, very WRONG Kyndryd! The chaplain is played by Teddy Sears who is way to young to be Betty/Brittany's father! Betty/Brittany's father is played by Kyle Secor and he was on Homicide: Life on the Street and was a detective. He has appeared in many tv dramas over the years and most recently in Confess.
Year : 2014
Episode Runtime: 45
First Aired: May 6, 2014
Status : Continuing
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This spring, Animal Planet takes a journey deep into Alaska's bush, where naturalist and adventurer Billy Brown, along with his wife, Ami, and their seven children, chooses to live life on his own terms, connected to wild nature and bonded to each other. In the new series ALASKAN BUSH FAMILY, the family of nine strives to be self-sufficient against all odds- often shunning modern society to live off the wilderness and to walk where no man has ever walked before. After the tragic death of his parents and sister that left him orphaned at 16, Billy Brown vowed to live life on his own terms and create his own family to reclaim the love that he lost. With Ami by his side, Billy traveled the lower 48 states and eventually found home in the sprawling landscape of the last frontier, where they have spent most of the last 30 years raising their children. "Our family is doing what is natural for human beings to do. We survive on what we hunt, fish, trap and barter for," Brown says. "We explore, we wander, we live. If you think about it, it's the life we were meant to live."