I posted this on the other thread, but I thought this website was the most helpful http://techknitting.blogspot.com/200...tch-below.html
. Basically instead of knitting into the loop on the needle, look at the loop right below it, put the needle through that loop, and knit like you normally would, but through this bottom loop. When you pull it onto your right needle, the top loop that you didn't knit will unravel off the bottom one and a "bar" will now sit on top and behind the loop you now have on the right needle, creating a little upside down v.
OH and by the way, since there are 100 stitches on the needle, it is not an odd number like the pattern requests you to have, you just have to adjust for that too, just you won't be creating a mock rib brioche pattern instead of the bee stitch.
I hope that helps!!