We've got an exclusive sneak peek at the new episode featuring Nathaniel, a year-old customer service technician who has found the love of his life: his car, a cherry red Monte Carlo that he has named Chase. Nathaniel admits he can't go longer than 24 hours without seeing Chase, and that it sometimes brings him to tears to be away from the car. He even has a picture of Chase as his screensaver at work to get him through the day. But this isn't just a car owner really loving his car -- Nathaniel goes on dates with his car, goes outside to kiss it first thing in the morning and is even intimate with it. He strokes Chase lovingly, gives Chase long bubble baths and even buys Chase birthday gifts.
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You even believe that your relationship is going somewhere. Sure, he may be saying all the right things. He may also be sweet and nice. This is because he also happens to be a car guy.
The man, whose name was not released, had left a window down in a Buick while he made a minute stop at an Albertsons supermarket on Sunday afternoon in Las Cruces, N. Johnson, 37, a year member of the Fire Department and a father of two, said he had just finished a family barbecue when he got the call from the Fire Department and figured that he could safely remove and relocate the bees to his property. Johnson said watched him wrangle the bees from a healthy distance in the parking lot of Albertsons. Johnson approached the car with an empty hive box that he said he had treated with lemongrass oil.