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Dirty Jobs 7 Seasons 2012

Season 7
4.2 out of 5 stars (15) IMDb 7.8/10

This season, Mike Rowe gets dirty down under where he wrangles the world's most venomous snakes, travels deep into the Australian earth in search of coveted opals, and much more.

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1. Lost in Aboriginal Land

Mike Rowe journeys dangerous roads to Australia's northern coast to work with Aboriginals who have lived off the land for more than 40,000 years. It's a dirty adventure that leaves Mike speechless as he works and hunts with tribal leaders.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 22, 2012
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2. Deadly Snake Wrangler

Mike Rowe journeys to South Australia to extract deadly, venomous Brown Snakes from people's homes. Catching one of the world's most deadly snakes can only be done effectively with a pillow case cover, a few makeshift tools and his bare hands.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 29, 2012
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3. Journey to Croc Country

Mike journeys down the Adelaide River to capture one of Australia's most deadliest creatures: the crocodile. After wrestling the wild crocs into the boat, he helps a scientist pump their stomachs and then study their vomit.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 5, 2012
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4. Outback Treasure Hunter

Mike and crew travel deep into the Australian Outback to strike it rich with a group of crusty opal miners. It's a dirty adventure with dangerous work and extreme temperatures. A fly infestation almost brings production to a halt.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 12, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Season year 2012
Network Discovery Channel
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I've always enjoyed watching Mike Rowe in Dirty Jobs. When I heard he was going "down under" in Season 7, I was thrilled. And so far, I am not disappointed. His friendly banter, sense of humor, and grasp of the obvious always makes me laugh. Thanks, Mike!
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Amazon posted Dirty Jobs Down Under as if it is Season 7. This is a total rip off! In addition, I find that I could have bought it for less if I just bought the physical copy vs. the digital copy. I think I'm done with the Digital Downloads. It's a huge disappointment.
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Who hasn't dreamed of feeding a hungry croc a dead chicken? Well, besides me, that is! Mike handles himself as graceful as the host of Dirty Jobs can be -- and manages to make it out of the croc enclosure to film another day. As usual, his wit and ability to see the humor in everything, makes this a must-see episode! Plus, you'll discover the secret to making a crocodile vomit (and it isn't pretty!).
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When many people think of Australia, Koalas come to mind. And it makes sense that the Australian government would want to protect them as a natural treasure. But poisonous snakes? In this episode, Mike discovers that catching a venomous Brown Snake can be an adventure to remember ... especially when you have to release it -- safely -- back into the neighborhood.
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I would recommend getting this in a regular format, instead of HD because, if the internet connection isn't very good, it will show in standard form anyway. But I love this show sooo much, I was so sad when it was cancelled.
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Mike Rowe is an awesome host for this show even with his cheesy ironic humor and plays on words. Dirty jobs explores alot of jobs you have never even considered to think about or knew existed. Every episode you will learn something new.
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I've seen all four of the episodes thus far... and it's obvious by now, that there aren't any more coming. WHY? Am I to believe after over 250 dirty jobs just in the USA alone, that they could only find four shows worth in all of AUSTRALIA? Come on! Something happened, and they aren't being straight with us. (The Discovery Channel, not Amazon.com... They have no say or control over what The Discovery Channel does anymore than I do) I want to know... What happened? WHY are there no further episodes? From 'Down Under' or anywhere else, for that matter. There is a literal whole WORLD of 'Dirty Jobs' to explore! It took them years to see many of the jobs in the good ole USA, and I'm to believe there are NONE to be had in a country like AUSTRALIA?? Give me a break. Discovery Channel watchers are among the most educated people ever to live... Don't treat us as stupid! We can take the truth.
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I consider myself a Mike Roe fan. He is one of the more amiable hosts on Television, and has one of the best voices in the industry. Unfortunately, this is the lamest episode of dirty jobs he's ever done. I hope he returns to the states soon and gets back on track.
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