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Hillbilly Blood TV Schedule

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Saturday October 25

5:00 AM

30 min.

Homestead: Under Siege

TV-PG CC

Spencer's got a problem on his hands: a coyote ripped into his chicken coop. His family relies on the eggs, so he and Eugene decide to build the Fort Knox of chicken coops to keep out the wild beasts.
 

Saturday November 1

5:00 AM

30 min.

Prospecting: The Hillbilly Savings Account

TV-PG CC

The harsh Appalachian winter is just around the bend and Eugene doesn't have the funds to heat his home this season. He and Spencer set out to find gems they can barter and trade.
 

Thursday November 6

6:00 AM

30 min.

Cold Mountain Power

TV-PG CC

Eugene and Spencer build a wind turbine to create free power for a friend. They make a wind gauge from a toy car motor and a can and build a turbine powered by a car alternator. Eugene uses this energy to electrify the battery shed to deter thieves.
 

6:30 AM

30 min.

Pigskin Payout

TV-PG CC

Spencer and Eugene’s friend Ben’s stash of meat is savaged by wild critters. They offer to turn the tainted meat into biodiesel, so Ben can barter it for fresh farm meat. If the homemade fuel isn’t perfect, it’ll ruin the farmer’s tractor!
 

7:00 AM

30 min.

Stump Grinder

TV-PG CC

The boys are on an urgent mission to remove tree stumps for their widowed neighbor. When their homemade motorcycle stump grinder fails, they have to resort to plan B: blowing up the stumps with explosives made from bat droppings.
 

7:30 AM

30 min.

Cowpie Heater

TV-PG CC

Eugene’s electric water heater keeps breaking, so he and Spencer design a replacement that runs on manure. Even if local ranchers are willing to share this rich fuel source, the boys’ heater must burn clean enough, or his house will smell like a barn.
 

8:00 AM

30 min.

Moonshine: Running Dry

TV-PG CC

Eugene and Spencer hike out to a secluded part of the woods to take part in a time-honored tradition: making moonshine. Here in Appalachia, moonshine isn't just a drink; it's an essential part of life on Cold Mountain.
 
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