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One problem with so many similar reality-based TV shows out there—they start to run out of material: "Last week, in our review of Will Work For Food, we called it out as a clone of Dirty Jobs. But last night's episode, only the second episode so far (!), was a direct and total rip-off. Adam Gertler went geoduck harvesting in Puget Sound, and then went to Xihn's Clam and Oyster House...Mike Rowe did the exact, same thing back in 2006." [EMD]

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