Sesame Street: Mike Rowe’s Dirtiest Jobs

Sesame Street: Mike Rowe’s Dirtiest Jobs


MIKE ROWE: Hi. My name’s Mike Rowe,
and this is my job. I explore the country, looking
for people who aren’t afraid to get dirty, people with the
world’s dirtiest jobs. Today, I’m looking for the
dirtiest job on Sesame Street. OSCAR: Hey. I’ll show you the dirtiest
job on Sesame Street. MIKE ROWE: Yeah. Who are you? OSCAR: Well, if you must
know, Mr. Dirty. I’m Oscar the Grouch. MIKE ROWE: Well, you certainly
appear to be living up to your name, Oscar the Grouch. Tell me what kind of dirty
job do you do exactly? OSCAR: Well, I’m in trash. I collect it. I sort it. I count it, and I throw it
in my trashcan here. MIKE ROWE: Well, I have to say
at first glance that does qualify as a dirty job. OSCAR: Yeah, it’s
the dirtiest. Huh, you’ll never be
able to do it. MIKE ROWE: Oh, I
could do that. OSCAR: No, you can’t. MIKE ROWE: No, I’m pretty
sure I could. OSCAR: No, you won’t. MIKE ROWE: I’m almost
certain I could. OSCAR: You can’t do it. MIKE ROWE: Confidence is high. OSCAR: No. No. No. You can’t. MIKE ROWE: Listen, I’ve had
a lot of dirty jobs. OSCAR: No, you can’t do it. MIKE ROWE: I would
like to try. OSCAR: All right. All right. But to do the job you got
to get in the trashcan. MIKE ROWE: Oh, inside
the trashcan. OSCAR: Yeah, I work from home. MIKE ROWE: Well, I got
to tell you it, uh– [SNIFF], it smells just awful. OSCAR: Yeah, I know. That’s one of the job perks. So just come around
to back door. MIKE ROWE: The back door? OSCAR: Yeah. MIKE ROWE: I always wanted
to go in the back. Hey, Oscar. Where am I? OSCAR: You’re now in through
the back door. You’ll see something hanging
on the wall to the right. MIKE ROWE: Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. OSCAR: Coveralls. MIKE ROWE: Got ’em OSCAR: You’re going
to need them. MIKE ROWE: All right. OSCAR: Watch out for
the mud puddle on the living room floor. MIKE ROWE: I think
I stepped in it. OSCAR: Well, I told you
it was a dirty job. So I guess you want
to give up, huh? MIKE ROWE: No, no, no, no, no. I like it. I like what I’m seeing. I like what you’ve done
with the place. OSCAR: Well, uh, I don’t think
you’re going to like the next one quite so much. MIKE ROWE: What do you got? OSCAR: Here’s some gloves. MIKE ROWE: All right. Thank you. OSCAR: OK. Now, you’re going to need them,
because you have to find the stinky cheese. Pull it out of the trashcan
and count it. MIKE ROWE: Find the
stinky cheese. That’s the job? OSCAR: Yeah, in the dark. MIKE ROWE: In the dark
of the trashcan. OSCAR: Yeah. MIKE ROWE: Find the
stinky cheese. OSCAR: Yeah. MIKE ROWE: And count it. OSCAR: Count it. MIKE ROWE: I can do that. OSCAR: You’ll never do it. MIKE ROWE: No, I can do it. I can smell it that’s
for sure. This is– that feels like cheese. Smells like cheese. OSCAR: Yeah. MIKE ROWE: One. OSCAR: You know it’s great
cheese when you smell it, it snaps your head back. MIKE ROWE: Oh. Then, this is great
cheese, Oscar. And that’s two. OSCAR: Yes, smells terrible. Doesn’t it? MIKE ROWE: It doesn’t
smell good, but I can’t say I hate it. OSCAR: Yeah, well. MIKE ROWE: That’s three
right there. OSCAR: When you get to the next
piece, you’ll probably want to quit then. Yeah. MIKE ROWE: Oh, I doubt it. I’m not much of a quitter. Hm. This is so delightfully bad. And four. This one’s way down here. I can’t reach it. Oh, got it. Ugh. Five. Five pieces of stinky cheese. OSCAR: Yeah, five. MIKE ROWE: Piece of cake. What else you got? OSCAR: Yeah, well, you know I
don’t think you’re going to like the next thing anywhere
near as much as you seem to like this chore. MIKE ROWE: I hear a lot of
chatter, Oscar, a lot of talk. What you got? OSCAR: Oh, yeah. Well, take a look at
that pile of trash. You got to sort it. Pile it up in the right order. MIKE ROWE: It’s beautiful. It’s beautiful. I’m on my way. OSCAR: OK, Mike. Here’s what you got to do. MIKE ROWE: Yes. OSCAR: You’re going to make
three piles of trash. MIKE ROWE: Right. OSCAR: Yeah, one is all
the rotten banana peels in one pile. MIKE ROWE: Banana peels. Uh-huh. OSCAR: All the smelly sardine
cans in another pile. And all the moldy meatballs
make another pile. MIKE ROWE: Moldy meatballs,
sardines, and banana peels. OSCAR: You got it. Now, get to work. MIKE ROWE: I can do it. Just take our meatballs, and
we’ll put those over here. And we’ll take our banana
peels and put those over here like that. And then I can take the
sardine cans and put those over here. I got to tell you, Oscar, this
is going pretty well. OSCAR: Eh. Well, it has to be one of the
dirtiest jobs you’ve ever done, right. MIKE ROWE: Are you kidding me. As jobs go. I would say this one is
kind of a dream job. OSCAR: Yeah. I was afraid you’d say that. Wait a minute. You’re not going to like
this next one. I know that. MIKE ROWE: What have you got? OSCAR: The dirtiest
job of them all. MIKE ROWE: Yeah. OSCAR: You got to give my
pig, Spot, his mud bath. MIKE ROWE: What does giving
a pig a mud bath have to do with trash? OSCAR: Nothing. It’s a fringe benefit. Of course, if it’s too
dirty for you– MIKE ROWE: No, no, no, no, no. I love pigs, and if you’ve
got a dirty one, I want to meet him. Bring me a dirty pig. OSCAR: Time for your
mud bath, Spot. You ready? SPOT: [OINK]. OSCAR: OK. You ready, Mike? MIKE ROWE: Ready. OSCAR: Mud bath time. Go for it. [SPOT SQUEALING]. OSCAR: Oh yeah. Roll him around. Bring in the mud. MIKE ROWE: Spot, over here. Over here. Would you hold still? You’re only making it worse. OSCAR: Wow, looking good. MIKE ROWE: You are one
slippery swine. Hold on a second here. That’s it. Come here. Come here. Ow. OSCAR: Get him. Get him. There you go. Ah. Now, there’s a muddy pig. This is great. OK. MIKE ROWE: Holy smokes, Oscar. I got to hand it to you. OSCAR: Yeah, well, I told you. MIKE ROWE: It’s the
dirtiest job. OSCAR: You know it’s a job
only a grouch could love. So I guess you’re going
to quit now, huh? MIKE ROWE: Quit. Are you kidding me? I haven’t had this
much fun in ages. OSCAR: What? MIKE ROWE: Look. I love this job. Just because it’s dirty
doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time. Come here, Spot. I’m not done with you. OSCAR: Hey, wait. That’s my dirty job. Get your own dirty job. Oh well, I guess I
can’t blame him. An opportunity like
this only comes around once in a lifetime. MIKE ROWE: That’s my foot. Oh.

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