6.4
224 votes
Undercover Boss (US)

Undercover Boss (US)

CBS 2010

In this hidden camera show, high-level corporate execs leave the comfort of their offices and secretly take low-level jobs within their companies to find out how things really work and what their employees truly think of them. In the process of this undercover mission, they learn of the perceptions about their companies, the spirit of their work forces and maybe, something about themselves as well. Based on the UK series of the same name.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Undercover Boss (US)

Undercover Boss (US) - S9E8

#1 - Celebrity Undercover Boss: Seal

1.00

Season 9 - Episode 8

Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Seal adopts a disguise to go incognito among some undiscovered but talented musicians who are struggling to make it in the music industry

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 1 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S6E3

#2 - Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill

6.25

Season 6 - Episode 3

CEO/Founder Doug Guller of Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill, who welcomes controversy and proudly refers to his chain of restaurants as "breastaurants". While undercover, Guller contends with a troublesome employee who not only refuses to don the uniform’s bikini top, but also over-serves an intoxicated person.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 52 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S6E10

#3 - Armando Montelongo

6.56

Season 6 - Episode 10

Armando Montelongo, CEO of Armando Montelongo Companies, a top real estate company that specializes in educational seminars that teach wealth creation and financial independence, goes undercover to see what keeps his real estate investment company on solid ground. For the first time in UNDERCOVER BOSS history, Montelongo hires a body double to help conceal his identity while undercover at one of his seminars.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 27 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S6E12

#4 - Peavey Electronics

6.64

Season 6 - Episode 12

Courtland Gray, COO of Peavey Electronics, goes undercover to see what keeps his audio empire rocking, Also, the company makes a shocking announcement after filming the episode that changes two employees' lives.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 56 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S5E14

#5 - Undercover Employee

6.75

Season 5 - Episode 14

For the first time on UNDERCOVER BOSS, three previously featured bosses - Amit Kleinberger, CEO of Menchie's; Randy Dewitt, Co-Founder and CEO of Twin Peaks; and Steve Greenbaum, CEO and Co-Founder of PostNet - send an employee undercover for a second look inside their companies.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 40 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S3E3

#6 - Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates

6.86

Season 3 - Episode 3

Rick Tigner, President of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates goes undercover in his Luxury wine company.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 29 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S6E2

#7 - Mayor of Pittsburgh

6.88

Season 6 - Episode 2

The Mayor of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto, does a stint as a municipal employee in the Steel City. During his shifts, Peduto performs jobs as a refuse worker, a carpenter, a self-sufficiency coordinator and a Public Works employee who cuts down dead trees.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 33 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S10E6

#8 - Bowlero

6.89

Season 10 - Episode 6

Colie Edison, chief customer officer of Bowlero Corp and CEO of the Professional Bowlers Association, works to spare the customers from waiting too long when checking them in to bowl, and tries for a perfect game while taking food orders as a lane server.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 18 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S2E16

#9 - City of Cincinnati

6.92

Season 2 - Episode 16

The mayor of Cincinnati, Mark Mallory, becomes the first elected official to go undercover as he trades in his key to the city for a stint as a municipal employee, working as a mechanic repairing public transportation vehicles and a sanitation worker whose job entails removing roadkill from the streets.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 13 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S6E11

#10 - Gigi's Cupcakes

6.95

Season 6 - Episode 11

Gigi Butler, Founder and CEO of Gigi's Cupcakes, America's largest cupcake franchise, hopes to discover that her company has the proper ingredients to keep rising to the top. While undercover, the Cupcake Queen crumbles under the pressure of decorating a cake and spirals out of control when an employee fails to top cupcakes with Gigi's signature swirl.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 38 votes.

Undercover Boss (US) - S9E3
#11 - Celebrity Undercover Boss: Bethany Mota
7.00
Season 9 - Episode 3

YouTube sensation Bethany Mota channels a punk rocker when she goes undercover to link up with and mentor potential YouTube stars. While pretending she wants to start her own YouTube channel, Mota hopes things will click when tasked with teaching a dance class for a YouTube channel; picks up the beat in a beatboxing challenge on Hollywood Boulevard; and fears she won't be able to keep it together when faced with eating a cricket during a YouTube food challenge.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 50 votes.

#12 - Smoothie King
7.00
Season 10 - Episode 8

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 16 votes.

#13 - Dutch Bros. Coffee
7.05
Season 5 - Episode 8

Dutch Bros. Coffee co-founder and president Travis Boersma works under cover on a coffee plantation in El Salvador.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 44 votes.

#14 - The Dwyer Group
7.09
Season 3 - Episode 2

Dina Dwyer-Owens, Chairwoman and CEO of The Dwyer Group goes undercover in her company. The Dwyer Group provides plumbing services, electrical work, and landscaping services.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 22 votes.

#15 - Clean Harbors
7.10
Season 10 - Episode 4

When Alan S. McKim, Chairman and CEO of Clean Harbors, tackles some dirty jobs to see if his company needs cleaning up, he's faced with the challenge of working in a confined space while treating the inside of a dirty tank at a re-refinery that processes waste oil.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 30 votes.

#16 - Phenix Salon INC.
7.10
Season 6 - Episode 5

Gina Rivera, Founder and President of Phenix Salons INC., a franchise which offers independent salon and business professionals the opportunity to own and operate their own luxury salon suites, goes undercover to see if it will color her perception of how the company is running,

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 29 votes.

#17 - White Castle
7.16
Season 1 - Episode 4

While under cover in the company, White Castle owner Dave Rife mishandles bakery equipment.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 38 votes.

#18 - Waste Management
7.17
Season 1 - Episode 1

Larry O'Donnell, President and C.O.O. of Waste Management, works alongside his employees, cleaning porta-potties, sorting waste, collecting garbage from a landfill and even being fired for the first time in his life.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 60 votes.

#19 - GSI Commerce
7.17
Season 1 - Episode 6

Michael G. Rubin, Chairman, President and CEO of GSI Commerce, the e-commerce giant behind numerous top U.S. retailers, goes undercover in his own company, where he discovers that rushing through a task can result in injury to others, and that his packing and shipping skills are not up to company standards.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 29 votes.

#20 - Subway
7.18
Season 2 - Episode 9

Don Fertman, the Chief Development Officer for SUBWAY restaurants, one of the world's largest food franchises, goes undercover where he learns endless sandwich combinations while being trained by one of the toughest, no-nonsense employees ever

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Undercover Boss (US) from 39 votes.

Last updated: oct 30, 2020

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Much like several other shows that decided to start featuring celebrities instead of regular folk, this show has completely lost me. The original series was much more interesting learning about different companies, their leadership, operations and people. Now it's just bland milktoast. I guess it's easier to produce and there is a market that goes for star quantity over general show quality.

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