Dirty Jobs

Season 1 Episode 9

Sludge Cleaner

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 30, 2005 on Discovery Channel
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Mike first goes to California and learns the art and lifestyle of making surfboards. He then goes to Oregon to harvest honey with a couple of bee keepers. Finally, Mike goes to New York and works with a sludge recycler.

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  • Surfboard-shaping and an environmental company recycles sludge.

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    The first job was Surfboard maker. It was pretty interesting and it was funny. Especially the part where the guy told Mike that he had not seen much worse. The job after that was bee keeper. I liked this job and the people who worked it. The final job was sludge cleaner. It was interesting and funny, but i did not really like the people who did the job. Overall the was a superb episode. It was funny, interesting. My favorite job on this episode was the bee keepers. But all the jobs were great and Mike was funny as usual.moreless

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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Mike: I'm ready for the fun to ensue.

    • Mike: You've seen worse, haven't you?
      Matt: No, I haven't seen much worse, honestly.

    • Mike: We conclude with a sandjob?
      Matt: Always.
      Mike: I love a happy ending!

    • [Mike and Todd are shoveling sludge]
      Todd: So how does it rate?
      Mike: On the seven levels of hell? Six...and a half.
      Todd: I'm glad I could accommodate you.

    • (referring to a drum of sludge)
      Mike: How much does it weigh?
      Todd: About, uh, six hundred pounds. So let me get you the uh...
      Mike: Yeah, get me something, like six other guys.
      [Todd arrives]
      Mike: Oh a dolly. Hello, dolly.

    • (said while bottling honey in a bear)
      Mrs. Hunt: That's a two pound bear and that goes for $6.
      Mike: So if a two pound bear goes for $6 and a one quart bottle goes for eight dollars, a one quart bottle must weigh over two pounds.
      Mrs. Hunt: It's three pounds.
      Mike: See? I did that all in my head!
      Mrs. Hunt: Very good.
      Mike: Thanks.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Mike: A dolly. Hello, dolly.
      Mike is making a pun reference to Hello, Dolly which was a broadway musical and title song in 1964. It later became a movie in 1969 starring Barbra Streisand.

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