Mike travels to De Kalb, Mississippi, to spend a day at an old-fashioned stone ground corn mill. Then he heads to Wills Point, Texas, to help relocate a pair of exotic Pere David's deer.
Mike travels to Texas to help out at a ranch that harbors and breeds different exotic animal species including lemurs, sloths, bearcats and camels.
Mike travels to Texas to work as a stand-in fugitive while attempting to outsmart a team of bloodhounds and evade being captured. Then he heads to the Florida Everglades to help combat non-native, invasive species in the marshlands.
Mike travels to Fremont, CA, to help maintain a bowling center. Then he responds to a letter from one of his fans who wants to see more footage of cameraman Doug.
Mike spends a day working at Ohio Valley Natural Fibers where he makes yarn from fleece. Then he goes to work at a day spa in Michigan where he helps wax hair off of his good friend Barsky.
Mike travels to Lucedale, Mississippi to try his hand at installing a lightning rod system on a home.
In Michigan, Mike helps the U.S. Department of Fish & Wildlife control the sea lamprey population that is jeopardizing the fishing industry of the Great Lakes. Then at Mandalay Bay Casino Mike makes "meat gel" to feed the fish in the shark reef aquarium.
Mike joins Purdue University's DECOMP team to dig through pig carcasses searching for maggots and other insects.
Mike travels to Kentucky Equine Research Facility to assist with testing athletic horses. His duties include helping with blood testing during a fitness test and checking pH levels in fresh poo.
Mike heads to Newport Distillery to help the crew turn molasses into rum. Scouring copper, working with scalding liquid, hauling hoses and lugging molasses cubes are all just part of a hard day's work.
Mike heads to Tarpon Springs, Florida to help collect sponges off the sea floor. Then he answers viewer mail and recounts his struggle with a metal fence post at an abandoned mine.