The reptile sanctuary where brothers Robbie and Stephen Keszey work is covered with creepy crawlers. It takes a certain amount of intestinal fortitude to deal with the creatures, and the audience at 'Good Day LA' (weekdays, 9AM PT on Fox) got a good glimpse of that when the pair from Discovery's 'Swamp Brothers' showed up with some of their reptilian buddies.
There was no trouble with the caiman lizard, a reptile from Peru which Robbie described as "prehistoric looking." The big stink happened, literally, when they brought out the anaconda. Usually, the front end of the snake is most dangerous. Not so here. "Okay I'll take the tail end, although the musk is terrible," said Stephen. Famous last words. Robbie pointed the tail at his brother, who was sprayed immediately and began to cough and choke.