‘Alaskan Bush People’: Rain Brown Got Creepy Last Week – What Creeps in for New Episode?

Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown creeped out Snowbird Brown last week by sharing a secret and adding a demonstration to top it off. But it looks like the Brown family has bigger fish to fry when another new episode rolls out on Wednesday night. Last week, Snowbird told her sister Rain Brown that she was creeped out by what she said.

Alaskan Bush People: Snowbird Brown Creeped Out By Rain Brown

Snowbird is known as the cat-lover in the Alaskan Bush People family. But Rain Brown also has a special place in her heart for animals. So when she thought Gypsy the cat was in pain from not milking kittens, she offered relief. Rain tells her sister Bird that she milked the cat.

Now that Rain Brown has goats, she milks them and uses the milk for drinking and cooking. So, Snowbird reminded her that Gypsy is not a goat. Snowbird is the “crazy cat lady” as she refers to herself. Then Bird Brown adds what Rain Brown did to the cat even managed to creep her out.

Rain Brown is the youngest child of the Alaskan Bush People clan. Her kindness towards animals shows up often this season. But it seems Rain was too caring with the cat for sister Snowbird, who offered up a rather funny warning to her sister. She warned her not to milk the male cats.

Each Week Sibling Oddities Highlighted

The Alaskan Bush People fans seem to think that Rain Brown’s siblings and parents are running out of storylines. But each week this season, the siblings take turns in the spotlight. Some other rather creepy incidents manage their way into the scenes.

Snowbird Brown castrating a goat was a bit much for fans to watch. With her brother’s help, she tied an elastic band around the goat’s testicles. Later, the sisters found the discarded gonads in a stomach-churning moment.

Then, Snowbird and Rain Brown chatted about keeping them as a souvenir. Last week, Gabe Brown teaching Bear Brown to dance seductively for his new girlfriend added a special touch. Bear Brown brought Raiven Adams to the Alaskan Bush People mountain for the first time.

But, Bear’s dancing turned out as stomping, which Gabe noted on the screen. But he did learn a few moves that should do the trick, or so Gabe said. So what’s next?

Alaskan Bush People: Danger Creeps In For New Episode Wednesday

This coming Wednesday night’s Alaskan Bush People episode looks serious. The preview indicates lightning storms hover over the mountain. A lightning strike or two manages to spark a wildfire. So, it looks like the Brown’s mountain compound is in jeopardy.

While the fire looms in the Alaskan Bush People’s backyard they hurry to move animals and people off North Star Ranch. First, they used an old-fashion crank-type fire alarm to alert the family. But Rain Brown and the siblings back it up with more alerts.

Those warnings come from howls of the wolfpack. The scenes look terrifying on the Discovery Channel preview. Then, Noah sweeps in with a little school bus and they fill it with people and animals.

Next, they race off the ranch as Bear looks out the back window and tell the family that the fire is coming in “on our back”. They called it a possible “storm of the century”. So, if you want to know how the Alaskan Bush People fare this catastrophe you’ll have to tune in to see Rain Brown and the others race to save their livestock.

New episodes air Wednesday nights on the Discovery Channel.

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