iGenius: Extreme Confidence
Steve Jobs relied on his confidence, swagger and charisma to convince top telecommunications leaders to accept his business model, exercising total control over the design, manufacturing, and marketing of Apple products.
Dirty Jobs: The Medical Waste Song
The monotony of his medical-waste disposal apprenticeship leads Mike Rowe to compose -- and sing -- a song on the spot that we promise you'll have in your head all day.
Dirty Jobs: Seborrhea School
Get schooled on everything from Bible cysts to crusty scalps from local legend Johnny Sullivan, a longtime barber in Mobile, Ala.
Dirty Jobs: Ear Today ...
Putting his ears in Mike Rowe's hands, cameraman Troy Paff agrees to allow Mike to practice his newly acquired barbering skills on him.
Dirty Jobs: Mike Gets Got
The Medical Waste Transport, Inc. crew pulls a prank on Mike Rowe that renders him momentarily speechless.
Dirty Jobs: Feeding Miss Piggy
If it's one thing Mike Rowe can do, it's press a button and hold it, which is why feeding medical waste into a machine called Miss Piggy just became Mike's dream job.
Dirty Jobs: Working for Tips
Mike Rowe lives every little kid's fantasy: operating a tipper that dumps tons -- like, 24.5 tons at a pop -- of trash into a landfill.
iGenius: Geek-Hippie Hybrid
Take a look into the life of innovator and entrepreneur Steve Jobs in the dawn of the computer age, before he brought his vision of simplicity and usability to life in the creation of Apple Computer.
Dirty Jobs: A Beautiful Waste
Treated medical waste -- a jumble of rubber, plastic bags and pointy stuff -- is "weirdly beautiful" ... at least according in Mike Rowe's eyes. See why.
Clybourne Park: How Set Designers Work
In the Bruce Norris' s Clybourne Park, the set is almost a character in its own right - and it's also an example of excellent set design. So what exactly does a set designer do, and how can you become one? Tune in to learn more.