08.20.10

The Only Thing Keeping The Wilpons Solvent Is NYC’s Last Line Of Bed Bug Defense

Posted in Baseball, Dogs, non-sporting journalism, The Marketplace at 6:22 pm by

Congrats to Bell Enviromental’s Roscoe — recently misidentified by the usually unflappable Jerry Seinfeid (perhaps recalling a Beefarino chomping horse) as “Rusty” – on making WABC’s evening news tonight. With production values not seen since the last season of “Tim & Eric”, Bell Environmental’s frequent spots on SNY Mets telecasts not only coincide neatly with New York’s current bed bug infestation, but without these commercials the paychecks of such hardworking professional athletes as Oliver Perez, Francisco Rodriguez and Jeff Francoeur might bounce!

One Response to “The Only Thing Keeping The Wilpons Solvent Is NYC’s Last Line Of Bed Bug Defense”

  1. Roscoe says:

    Thanks for the mention and the link to my segment on WABC-7 yesterday. Channel 7 will air my interview and in-studio demonstration tomorrow morning at 11am!
    Warm Regards,
    Roscoe the Bed Bug Dog

    PS- The Seinfeld episode with Rusty the flatulent horse and the caper to return a loaf of bread to Susan’s parents’ apartment was one of the show’s best.

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