the only thing they left out was "and come dressed in Speedos!"
I've had all #$^# break loose many times, housed bees are stubborn and often generational - they know no other kind of life except the calm living of a hive with the gentle buzzing of humans on the other side of the walls. Then, one day, their world is turned into a disaster-zone like an tornado cames through and from that minute on it's them or you - they just don't understand that FEMA has come to help ( Bee-FEMA not what we pay billions for to shuffle paperwork back and forth for) and sadly enough, you aren't their to just pump out the basement or patch some siding, you want to move the against their wills and there is NO EASY WAY TO DO THIS without drowning and squishing hundred and even thousands of bees.
I just wrote that for anyone NEVER tackling a room removal - it is a tough thing to do MOST of the time. You have to be ready for WW3 because they are not going to want to go easily.
Remember speedos, boxer shorts and little sticky notes saying "You missed a spot" attached to all the places they haven't stung yet.