Casual, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and more
Crime myths from Hollywood and popular culture are investigated.
A lethal littering myth is tested.
Two comedy myths are put to the test; a homemade diamond-making experiment is conducted.
Pain tolerance is measured.
Myths about moonshine are tested. Included: hooch as car fuel.
Adam and Jamie explore the science behind the TV series "Breaking Bad" with its creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul. Included: They re-create two iconic scenes involving acid.
A rope-bridge myth inspired by "Cliffhanger" is examined; Kari, Grant and Tory determine if hail can sink a fishing boat.
Myths about Hollywood car crashes are examined.
The guys respond to fan questions and requests.
A boat is blown up with explosives. Later, the guys re-create a machine gun from the series "Breaking Bad."
Myths involving great heights are tested. Included: bobbing for apples while bungee jumping; playing tennis on the wing of an airplane.
Myths about explosions are tested.
A misdirection myth is tested; two firearm experiments are conducted.
Aviation myths are tested by the team.
Adam and Jamie destroy two cars with a vacuum cleaner and explosives.
A trebuchet is built; and duct tape is used in an attempt to save Buster's life.
A pirate-movie myth and a turbo-charged go-cart are tested.
Urban legends are investigated.
Adam and Jamie probe myths about ninjas and martial arts.
The validity of a purported ancient weapon is put to the test.
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