Dirty Jobs

Season 2 Episode 38

Poo Pot Maker

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jan 16, 2007 on Discovery Channel
9.4
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Mike first goes to northern California to count dead salmon. He then opens up the mail bag and answers a viewer's question about the snake researcher segment. Just when Mike thought he had seen it all, he visits a cow farm in Connecticut that specializes in making gardening pots out of cow manure.moreless

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  • Mike in a boat sailing through a lake of urine, OMG too funny!!!

    9.6
    Mike is counting dead salmon and the idea of having Mike and a big knife might have not been the best of ideas :). But he sure had fun and the camera crew was little tired. And cutting into fish brian while in the name of science leave it to Mike to make it silly. Mike answering a viewer's question about the snake researcher segment and how much it cost was just well as Mike told the snake worker she was odd. And just when Mike thought he had seen it all, he visits a cow farm making gardening pots out of cow manure. But this was not the most shoking to him. The funniest part and Mike's weirdest mission yet was to get in the boat and help clean the garbage out of a giant lake of urine. And it even looked like he might fall in at one point, however good balance saved him. And te best part was not when he declared on the one tool a butt but when he found out in the end the pots don't smell. Well of course they wouldn't when you have a lake of urine in the back that covers up any smell :) Great great episode!!!!!moreless
Jason Kindopp

Jason Kindopp

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Ryon Kurth

Ryon Kurth

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Matt Freund

Matt Freund

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David M. Barsky

David M. Barsky

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Adam Bradley

Adam Bradley

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