Mike recovers boats in Miami before heading to San Francisco to recycle mattresses.
Mike washes windows on a skyscraper overlooking Hawaii's sandy beaches.
Mike performs tests on endangered snapping turtles, then travels to San Francisco where he removes and recycles toilets.
Mike learns a few new things about camels when he visits a California camel ranch.
Mike recycles computers before heading to Hawaii to make tofu.
Mike goes to Jonesboro, Arkansas to perform dung beetle research. Then he heads to Williamstown, West Virginia to try his hand at making glass art.
Host Mike Rowe maintains a hydroelectric damn and then catches and tags fish before wading through fish poop.
Mike looks back at some of the jobs to see how safety can be important.
After shrink-wrapping a house in Kentucky, Mike takes off for Alaska, where he works on a reindeer farm.
Mike returns to Hawaii to make shirts and then travels to Ohio to learn how to make marbles.
Mike learns what it takes to safely produce and set off fireworks before finding a cow with a strange hole in its stomach.
Host Mike Rowe collects clams in Florida and then grunts for worms in the Apalachicola National Forest.
Mike learns about paint bulking and how to make maple syrup the old-fashioned way.
Mike rounds up animals which have been living around people's homes.
Mike travels to Georgia to see what it takes to raise crickets and treats viewers to never-before-seen footage from his camel rancher job from a few episodes ago.
Mike chases feral chickens off the streets of Miami, Florida.
Mike heads to Sault Saint Marie, MI to work with the Soo Locks maintenance crew.
Mike gets his hands dirty by making countertops and a fire pit.
Mike's work in a bone black plant proves to be one of the dirtiest jobs he's ever done.
Mike takes a second look back at jobs in tight workspaces.
Mike takes a humorous look back at each crew member's valuable role in bringing Dirty Jobs to air.