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October 20, 2005

TV's Dirtiest Daddy

mike roweI've been meaning to watch Dirty Jobs on the Discovery Channel just to watch former Food Lion commercial spokesguy Mike Rowe, a dirty Daddy who takes a look at different dirty jobs with a hands on approach. On the show the 43 year-old vocalicious hunk tackles everything from pigeon feces removal to household clean up after a sewer back up. The screencap is from an episode where he visits a mud bath spa, with lots of shirtlessness goin' on. Additional screencaps appreciated and promptly downloaded to the pornucopia in the folder labeled "woof."

Posted by jimbo at October 20, 2005 1:27 AM


Even daddies love Mike Rowe. That show's like porn to me.

I'm sure I could come up with a few dirty jobs for him to tackle.

Posted by: Mark at October 20, 2005 10:58 AM

I saw this show for the first time this weekend where he was stomping on wool woven cloth in Scotland doing a fuller's job in a bucket of urine! He also interviewed a headsman in England to learn how to behead in medieval times! I forgot what the preview for next week's show is suppose to be. Only saw his hairy legs stomping in the bucket of urine as he was dressed for the part with hat and cloak. Hope the urine didn't act like a depilatory.

Posted by: Marc at October 20, 2005 11:03 AM

I enjoy the show alot. I Tivo it everytime it comes on. My toilet backed up last week, and the only thing that got me though it was the though of him. Ahhhhhhhhhhh....

Posted by: Markie at October 20, 2005 12:37 PM

He use to have a TVshow in Baltimore ( think its still on) that showcased homes in the area and if I remember correctly he is from Maryland. I met him when I worked for WB 50 a few years back , he is much much more handsome in person.

I agress with you Jimbo, he is indeed frackalicious

Posted by: Dax at October 20, 2005 7:18 PM

I've never seen the show?! :-O the horror, I must find a tv with cable?!?! :-)

Posted by: TOS at October 20, 2005 10:52 PM