Dirty Baseball

Watch Mike master the headfirst slide from the eyes of a lipstick cam.

Dirty Baseball

Dirty Baseball
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Watch Mike master the headfirst slide from the eyes of a lipstick cam.

Outback Treasure Hunter

Outback Treasure Hunter
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Mike and his crew travel deep into the Australian Outback to strike it rich with a group of opal miners.

Rip vs. Chip

Rip vs. Chip
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Opal excavation is balance between the brute force of a big ripper ... and the delicate chipping of the rocks with your hands, as Mike Rowe will now demonstrate.

Finding Fault(s)

Finding Fault(s)
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In Australia, Mike Rowe descends 60 feet below the Earth's surface to look for evidence of opal ... and it is NOT a smooth ride.

Big Head Rowe

Big Head Rowe
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In sunny Australia, Mike Rowe looks for a Crocodile Dundee-style hat to protect his noggin, which SOUNDS a lot easier than it is (at least, when it comes to Mike).

Claw-Licking Good

Claw-Licking Good
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Watch (from some interesting vantage points) as a wary Mike Rowe feeds Eric -- a 14-foot saltwater crocodile who just LOOOVES a bucket of chicken -- a "light breakfast snack."

Crocodile Fears

Crocodile Fears
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Who can blame Mike Rowe for saying, "Crap. CRAP!" repeatedly as he hunts and catches (for scientific purposes) a big, angry crocodile -- in a smallish boat -- at night?

Down the Hole

Down the Hole
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As Barsky demonstrates, one of the dangers of drilling new shafts in search of opal ... is falling into the one of the THOUSANDS of old shafts. Ouch, Barsky. Ouch.

Down the Hatch

Down the Hatch
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If you've never seen anyone insert -- with his bare hands -- a tracking device into a crocodile's belly, thanks to Mike Rowe, you have now. And only SOME blood got shed.

Journey to Croc Country

Journey to Croc Country
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In Australia, after wrestling wild crocs into his boat, Mike Rowe helps a scientist pump their stomachs and study their vomit.

Amphibilizer

Amphibilizer
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See how Mike Rowe (under the tutelage of former Lord Mayor of Darwin Graeme Sawyer) makes hundreds of frozen cane toads -- a non-indigenous species wreaking havoc on Australia's ecosystem -- into ... cane-toad-ade.

Belly of the Beast

Belly of the Beast
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Mike Rowe discovers that it takes a small village -- as well as PVC pipe, lube, duct tape and rubber tubing -- to retrieve the contents of a croc's stomach for study.

In Hindsight ...

In Hindsight ...
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After getting home in LA and watching the footage from their Australia shoot, Dave Barsky sees just how his bet with Doug Glover over a Danish REALLY went down.

Snakes in a Pool

Snakes in a Pool
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See what prompted Mike Rowe say, as he fished for snakes in a residential pool, "Here in Australia, even the little things will put you in a body bag."

Deadly Snake Wrangler

Deadly Snake Wrangler
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Mike Rowe teams up with a local business to capture a poisonous Eastern brown snake, then joins local toadbusters in their war against cane toads.

Bugs! Be! Gone!

Bugs! Be! Gone!
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In this web-only clip, Mike Rowe, Dave Barsky and the Dirty Jobs gang spray their clothes within an inch of their lives with bug repellent in super-duper buggy Australia.

ToadBUSTERS!

ToadBUSTERS!
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In Australia, Mike Rowe joins a local volunteer militia hunting down an army of non-indigenous, ecologically dangerous amphibians. If you are a cane toad, run.

Cane Toad Cameraman

Cane Toad Cameraman
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If you've never seen footage shot by a cane toad racing fellow cane toads in Australia with a camera strapped to his back -- footage that includes a bonk to a certain host's nose -- you're in for a treat.

Dirty Down Under

Dirty Down Under
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Wondering what Mike Rowe is doing in Australia? We think it best to let him explain. Take it away, Mike.

Matchstick Eyeballs

Matchstick Eyeballs
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In this web exclusive, a scene with Mike Rowe for Dirty Jobs: Down Under becomes EXTREMELY complicated when a good idea involving eyeballs and matchsticks turns ... BLEEP.

Got Milkwood?

Got Milkwood?
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See what made Mike Rowe say -- in the middle of chopping down the poisonous milkwood tree in Australia -- "Oh, you guys, you know what, everyone's alive and Doug's bored."

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