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A fearless guy apprentices himself to people who perform dangerous or disgusting jobs, ranging from rattlesnake catcher and zoo cleaner to road-kill collector.

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Mike Rowe and his dirty crew take a drive in search of a cold beer and reminisce about classic jobs from the show's history, featuring innovators and problem solvers.
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Driving out to an ostrich farm in search of eggs, Mike Rowe and his dirty crew reminisce about classic animal-related jobs from the show's history.
aired 7 days ago
Mike Rowe joins the crew of Worldwide Window Cleaning and climbs into a bosun's chair to clean windows 40 stories above downtown Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Mike heads to the edge of the Arctic Circle on the northeast side of Canada's Baffin Island to find one of the most enigmatic species of shark - the Greenland shark.
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Mike cleans out a Connecticut lake, then travels to Pennsylvania to a gourd farm to make artwork out of the gourds for Halloween time.
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Mike goes on an epic adventure aboard a fish processing ship in the great state of Alaska, gaining a new appreciation for the people who work tirelessly to catch, freeze and gut fish to put fresh food on our dinner table.
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Mike travels to Texas to help out a ranch that has and breeds different species of exotic animals including; lemurs, sloths, bearcats and camels.
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Mike Rowe learns about the life of an egg - from the chicken to the frying pan; unfortunately for him he then has to clean up the waste generated by 1.4 million chickens.
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Join Mike Rowe as he takes on some of the dirtiest jobs in New York City; he scales a skyscraper to build a water tower on the roof before trying his hand at lift repair.
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En route to explore a cave, Mike Rowe and his crew reminisce about classic jobs from the show's history that had them getting into tight spaces; then, they check in with some of the hard-working people that have been featured on the program.
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Mike Rowe and his dirty crew hit the highway to see the sights and reminisce about classic American infrastructure jobs from the show's history; along the way, they check in with some of the hard-working men and women who keep the country moving.
aired 14 days ago
Mike spends the day chasing feral chickens to get them off the streets of Miami; then he answers a letter which asks about the familial bond often rooted within the jobs he does.
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Mike works on a fish-processing boat in the Bering Sea, cleaning out the fish grinder; debarking, peeling and processing wood at the Rapid River Rustic Mill.
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Mike takes on one of his dirtiest jobs to date as he excavates wine caverns in California's Napa Valley; later he has the unenviable task of incinerating rubbish at Kansas Airport.
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Mike is in Michigan where he gets filthy working at a bone black plant; then he meets twin sisters who are fans of the show to discuss the top five dirtiest jobs he has ever done.
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Mike visits a jelly bean company to create a flavored jelly bean based on the smell of his boots; he then travels to Maine to harvest blueberries, before joining in a pie bakeoff.
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Mike Rowe climbs date palms with the pollinators guaranteeing a good crop of fruit, cuts granite, and tries his luck at the gun range; he also answers viewer mail.
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Mike Rowe teams up with an outdoor advertising company in Texas that teaches him the tricks of their very dirty trade.
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Mike makes giant bells at the McShane Bell Foundry; the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts yearly maintenance on a hurricane barrier.
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Mike cleans a tar pit and then learns about animal rendering and how much of a farm animal can be recycled.
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Mike works as an Animal Control Specialist, removing skunks and other wildlife that live around residential areas.

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