Mike Rowe wrangles some water snakes, steps into the shoes of hard working bait and lobster fishermen in Maine, and opens the viewer mail bag which results in some seaweed trimming.
Mike Rowe travels to Texas and joins forces with a local snake farm that is dedicated to raising some of the biggest and most dangerous snakes in the world. It's a dirty job, and Mike is scared for his life as he moves giant snakes.
Mike Rowe gets dirty as he forages the swamps of Louisiana in search of Alligator eggs, 90,000 of them to be exact. It's a very Dirty Job that's helping to preserve the population of the American alligator.
Mike rolls up his sleeves and gets dirty in order to help create an artificial underwater reef. It's a dirty job that is helping to revitalize fish and coral populations in areas that have been devastated by pollution.
Mike gets dirty at a recycling center in San Francisco that requires its drivers to clean out the backs of their garbage-hauling dump trucks after every shift. Then Mike plays with exotic animals and cleans a cougar-sized kitty litter box.