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Hire or Fire

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Hire or Fire

Year: 2020
Producer: Dennis Porter
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Sean McShane

Everyone has a dream job, but Sean McShane still hasn't discovered his. So, he's hitting the pavement in search of his calling. Does he have what it takes? Will he get hired or fired?

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Episodes

Episode 1

Alpacas are cute. They don’t bite. They don’t have horns, claws or sharp teeth. How hard can it be to raise them? Sean is about to find out when he tries to become an alpaca farmer.

Episode 2

Working at Canada’s oldest flour mill means that every day on the job is like going back in time. Just not to a simpler time. The mill has been operating continuously for 200 years, but now that Sean is here, will it grind to a halt?

Episode 3

When looking for a new gig, you have to strike while the iron is hot. That’s especially true if you’re trying to land a job as a blacksmith. Can Sean take the heat?

Episode 4

Sure the office is freezing, but you get to use a chainsaw AND a blowtorch. What can possibly go wrong when Sean tries his hand at ice sculpting?

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