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In Discovery Channel's top-rated show "Gold Rush," gold miners, inexperienced as some may be, hope to strike it rich in the wilds of Alaska and beyond. Some dismal summers result, filled with injuries, malfunctioning equipment and constant fighting among the greenhorn miners, yet serious cases of gold fever always trump any talk of giving up and sometimes leads to dreams being salvaged. The companions series "The Dirt" presents the inside scoop on behind-the-scenes relationships between such miners as brash youngster Parker Schnabel and longtime Yukon resident Tony Beets, as the quest to hit the mother lode never stops.

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Rick reveals major progress about his mining season; gold room ace Karla gives an exclusive look at her quarantine; boat captains from Bering Sea Gold and All on the Line discuss their season; Brennan and Mitch offer an update on Parker's operation.
aired 83 days ago
The mine bosses and a couple mystery guests join The Dirt and reveal new details and insight on the 10 seasons of "Gold Rush."
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The mine bosses face off while discussing the fiery "Gold Rush" finale; exclusive sneak peeks; an award goes to the Most Valuable Miner of each claim; things get out of hand as beers and the biggest roundtable yet prove to be a recipe for disaster.
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The mine bosses are on the hot seat to answer burning questions, including what really happened with Tony's water license and what made Rick leave the Klondike for Keno; Parker and Tony get real about their rocky relationship.
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For the first time, Zee tells Rick and the crew about his near-death experience; Tony and Minnie give the inside scoop on the first ever "Gold Rush" wedding; Parker finally describes what happened in the boating accident that broke Mitch's arm.
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Parker discusses the disastrous mine site accident that sent a crew member to the hospital; Dave Turin and Freddy Dodge return; Freddy drops some serious gold knowledge; the Parker's Trail crew reveals what's coming up on the new season.
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The crew lieutenants tell all, without their bosses looking on; Mitch and Doumitt say if Parker has truly changed; Kevin and Juan reveal the truth about the dredge two move; Terry and Zee come clean about the Ness crew's near mutiny.
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Rick and the Milwaukee Boys have fun at each other's expense; Rick opens up about Carl Rosk's health problems and his father leaving the claim; the Beets family doesn't hold back with a shocking tip on how to get the feel of heavy equipment.
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Dream team Freddy Dodge and Dave Turin are back; Dave gets emotional about his chaotic "Gold Rush" exit; Parker finally opens up about his break-up with Ashley; Tony Beet's mechanic, Juan Ibarra, is brutally honest about working for his new boss.
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Tony Beets and family don't hold back about their long, tough season; Tony actually admits he made a mistake; an exclusive look at the nightmare of filming Dredge 2; Rick Ness makes a major announcement about his father, Rick Sr.
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During an intense conversation, Rick and Parker reveal there's bad blood between them; Parker admits his feud with Tony is often worse than what's portrayed on the show; Rick and his crew lighten the mood with wild tales of life on the claim.
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Parker and his crew explain their slowest start in years and expose a shocking side of claim life; Rick reveals how he really feels about his ex-boss, Parker; Karla gets way too personal about living with the Milwaukee Boys; Christo Doyle hosts.
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Matt Rogers and Dave Turin are on the road with all three crews in Dawson City; Parker and Tony get real about their ongoing battle; Rick's crew members don't hold back about their shaky start; the bosses face a social media storm.
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Christo is back; Matt Rogers and Dozer Dave dig in with the mine bosses about the explosive "Gold Rush" season premiere; Parker and Tony may never see eye to eye; an explanation of why Rick Ness struck out.

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Although the state's mention in the title was dropped after the first season, Alaska still plays a major role in Discovery Channel's top-rated show. It follows gold miners, inexperienced as some may be, hoping to strike it rich in the wilds of The Last Frontier and beyond. For their first effort, a crew led by Todd Hoffman and his father, Jack, sunk $250,000 into their dream and came away with just $20,000 worth of gold. The dismal summer was filled with injuries, malfunctioning equipment and constant fighting among the greenhorn miners, yet their serious case of gold fever trumps any talk of giving up and leads to new operating plans in order to salvage their dream. The series also keeps tabs on the efforts of brash youngster Parker Schnabel, veteran Dakota Fred and longtime Yukon resident Tony Beets to hit the mother lode at separate sites.
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