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Or, gosh, ratings dropped because people got tired of watching it. Honey Boo Boo is more entertaining than Mike Rowe getting dirty. It really isn't all about politics and the Radical Liberal Media Takeover....
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He's still doing a LOT of commercials now ("Bounty paper towels", "Ford", & one or two others that escape me at the moment). Which he started doing while his show was still running. Maybe that had a hand in it?
He does the BEST rendition of the National Anthem. It was one show where he helped with a A or AA baseball team. He has an awesome voice. All his opera training shows. I'll miss watching it. The new shows from Down Under were a bit lame. Not quite up to snuff.
I'll give him a job. A dirty job, too. Wink wink nudge nudge.
He's a hottie fo' sho'! I remember laughing (internally) during a Ford commercial when DH remarked that Rowe was getting fat and had a little pot belly now. I looked over at DH, who sports his own beer locker, and just sniggered (internally) and thought "rarr hiss spit spit."
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Glad to hear someone else thinks he's hot. He's got a great voice, looks great in jeans and a T-shirt, has a great sense of humor and seems comfortable in any situation. And looks good leaning against a Ford.
http://tv.yahoo.com/news/-dirty-jobs...201500284.html apparently the ratings have been going lower for years. I actually forgot this show was still on. And his Romney appearance was in support of industry, but not a Romney endorsement. And as the article says, he's still appearing in commercials for Bounty and Ford, and narrating some specials and series for Discovery channel.
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