The BEST episodes of Dirty Jobs season 8

Every episode of Dirty Jobs season 8, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Dirty Jobs season 8!

DIRTY JOBS profiles the unsung American laborers who make their living in the most unthinkable -- yet vital -- ways. Our brave host and apprentice Mike Rowe will introduce you to a hardworking group of men and women who overcome fear, danger and sometimes stench and overall ickiness to accomplish their daily tasks.

Last Updated: 7/3/2024Network: DiscoveryStatus: Continuing
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Lost in Aboriginal Land
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7.44
79 votes

#1 - Lost in Aboriginal Land

Season 8 - Episode 1 - Aired 8/22/2012

Mike Rowe works with Australia's northern coast 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 (yes, hunts) with tribal leaders.

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Journey To Croc Country
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7.34
127 votes

#2 - Journey To Croc Country

Season 8 - Episode 3 - Aired 9/5/2012

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

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Outback Treasure Hunter
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7.23
153 votes

#3 - Outback Treasure Hunter

Season 8 - Episode 4 - Aired 9/12/2012

Mike and his crew travel deep into the Australian Outback to strike it rich with a group of opal miners. And then, with this already a dirty adventure with dangerous work and extreme temperatures, production is almost brought to a halt by a fly infestation.

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Deadly Snake Wrangler
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7.16
132 votes

#4 - Deadly Snake Wrangler

Season 8 - Episode 2 - Aired 8/29/2012

In Australia, Mike Rowe teams up with local business "Snakes Away" to capture a poisonous Eastern brown snake without getting bitten, then joins a posse of local "toadbusters" in their war against the cane toad, a non-indigenous species destroying the local ecosystem.

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