At the start of the High-Rise Window-Washer shoot, the Dirty Jobs crew limbers up ... and learns some principles of flight should the unthinkable happen.
In snowy Michigan, Doug Glover falls hard on his rear end, breaking his very expensive camera.
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.
Frequent Dirty Jobs guests Marilyn and Carolyn Maedel said it best: When Mike doesn't get it right, it's FUNNY! (And no, Mike, your butt doesn't look big in that ... thing.)
Guests from previous Dirty Jobs episodes throw Mike a surprise birthday party.
At the Queen Creek Olive Mill, Mike Rowe and Dave Barsky learn that olives don't taste as good right off the tree as they do in some of our favorite foods.
Chris' infamous bite? His own silly fault. Dawn reflects on The Incident and updates us on Paddy.
While installing a ground rod, Mike Rowe operates a jackhammer from a ladder and lives to tell the tale.
Traveling this holiday season? See why your baggage may not always make it to your destination on time.
Despite being forewarned, Dave Barsky unthinkingly scratches his head after touching a lice-infested towel. Yeah. Not good.
Mike Rowe crawls into the tiny, filthy boiler of a 100-year-old steam-ship ferry armed only with a Tyvek suit and a small steel brush.
At a waste-water sewage treatment plant, Mike Rowe must first free a door jammed in poo before he can repace the 8,000-pound pump at the bottom of a six-story septic tank.
It's time to shut down the rum distillation after most of the alcohol has been extracted from the wash, and Mike Rowe has some advice for you: DON'T TOUCH THE WASH!
When Mike Rowe takes his gloves off during filming, Fiona the lemur uses her teeth to show him why he should NEVER DO THAT AGAIN.
Mike Rowe endures extended safety training on the dangers of the sewer.