Mike Rowe gets dirty in St. Louis as he works with a river barge demolition team and then melts down the scrap steel into molten metal.
Mike Rowe works with a cave biologist and then braves the high seas in search of slime eels.
Mike Rowe gets dirty in Oregon making shingles and then jumps on a Coast Guard ship to clean dirty buoy's.
Mike Rowe gets dirty making hand made bricks in South Carolina and then masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon.
Mike Rowe gets dirty at a California mineral mine where everything seems to go wrong. Then he heads to a South Carolina rice plantation where he masters the art of milling rice.
Mike Rowe rolls up his sleeves and gets dirty with some of the dirtiest jobs in the big apple. First Mike climbs to the top of a giant building to build a water tower and then he masters the art of elevator repair.
In this special Dirty Jobs episode, Mike travels to the great state of Alaska for an epic adventure aboard a fish processing ship. He gains a new appreciation for the men and women who get dirty to put fresh fish on our dinner table.
Inside an Indiana dairy farm, Mike learns how to milk a cow and use a blow torch to clean her udders. Then, Mike gets the inside scoop on how to inseminate a cow. Finally, Mike gets an up-close look at fatherhood as he helps deliver baby calves.
Mike Rowe heads to the site of a future California neighborhood where he learns that there's more to erosion control than one might think. Then Mike gets a bird's eye view of Palm Springs as he helps maintain and repair the tram 8,500 feet above the city
In this Dirty Jobs episode, Mike crawls through rat drops, falling insulation, and debris to make a house more energy efficient. Then, he visits a turkey farm where a bunch of large-breasted birds are inseminated.
Mike Rowe gets dirty in Alaska as he helps protect the environment by cleaning up an oil spill and then travels to Minnesota where he works to pull a car out of a lake that has fallen through the ice.
Mike Rowe heads to an Oklahoma wind farm and learns that going green sometimes means you've got to get brown first. Then he heads to Kentucky to clean out a sink hole that some have unfortunately turned into a garbage dump.
In this special episode of Dirty Jobs Mike heads to the edge of the Arctic Circle, on the northeast side of Canada's Baffin Island in search of one of the most mysterious sharks known to man : the Greenland shark.
Mike heads to San Diego to get dirty with the tar rigging crew of the Star of India, the oldest active merchant ship in the world. Then, Mike takes a look back at some of the dirty tools he's used that make civilized life possible for the rest of us.
Mike heads to the Dirty Potato Chips factory and learns how potato chips are made and what it takes to keep the machines used to make them clean and in working order. Then it's off to Rifle, CO where Mike attempts to clean a "monster" hidden underground.
Mike works at an automobile dealership where the job is sawing down a giant concrete wall to make room for a new wash bay, then heads to a sheep farm where he tries his hand at sheep shearing and castrating before getting treated to Rocky Mountain Oysters.
Mike teams up with the boys from Bartos Bait & Fish to catch leeches that will later be sold for fish bait. Then it's off to the Green Tripe factory in Hollister, CA where Mike helps make BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) for dogs.
Mike finds himself at the Windsorland Mobile Home Park where homes are being broken down to make room for a new shopping center. Then, he heads off to Patina-V where he learns that making mannequins is not only a dirty job, but a form of art as well.
Mike visits a Chicken Farm to see how eggs make it to the store. There, he finds out that 1.4 million chickens equal a lot of poo, which he gets the chance to clean. Later, Mike learns how dirty dirt becomes clean dirt as he sterilizes soil in Oklahoma.
Mike travels to Yakama, Washington to harvest hops, the main ingredient in beer. From there Mike goes to the Hudson Valley where he turns animal hides in to paper.
Mike travels to Congress, Arizona, to try his hand at moving a giant cactus before a storm comes in. Then Mike heads to Idaho where he visits a special kind of farm, one that raises maggots.
Mike travels to the middle of Connecticut to clean out a lake, then drops by a gourd farm in Pennsylvania and transforms gourds into a variety of products.
Mike heads to Pennsylvania and tries his hand at making bologna and then goes to Alaska to repair a very special toilet.
Mike travels to Ohio to check on the Common Tern population and then he finds himself in Northern California plugging an abandoned mineshaft.