Pretty Little Liars series finale, iZombie season finale and more
Included: a myth about exploding trousers. Also: whether the gas and car companies conspire to make gas-guzzlers to increase profits.
The 'Busters examine a surfing myth involving TNT; a lead balloon is tested.
The seventh season opens with fan-requested myths, including whether steak can be tenderized with explosives and if driving while angry changes a car's exhaust emissions.
Investigating myths involving explosions, including Hollywood heroics and hand grenades, and the adverse effects of ingesting cola and candy. Also: Grant, Kari and Adam attempt self-hypnosis.
Gunfire myths, including claims that a shooter can cause a bullet's trajectory to curve, are tested.
A sewer-drain experiment may launch a manhole cover; the strengths of a truck bed liner are tested.
A walking-while-blindfolded experiment is conducted; binary explosives are placed in a fender-bender scenario to see if they would explode.
Experiments involving dropped bullets and fired bullets; the gang tries to determine if it's possible to knock someone's socks off.
Two Hollywood-inspired myths are put to the test.
A ricochet myth inspired by "Burn Notice" is examined. Also: An explosive Hollywood premise is tested.
An ancient torpedo is built to test a myth; an experiment involving a truck full of wine is conducted.
User-generated content and related myths are probed; an experiment with match heads is conducted.
Adam and Jamie test a myth about an exploding water heater, trying to launch one and send it through the roof up into the sky; Tory, Grant, and Kari investigate some well-worn legends about blue jeans.
A myth about splitting a boat in two is examined.
A shock-wave test is conducted; a balloon myth is tested.
Backyard ballistics are tested. Also, a glass guillotine is created.
Myths about explosions are tested.
Adam and Jamie bid farewell to their favorite pastime with two explosive tall tales.
A boat is blown up with explosives. Later, the guys re-create a machine gun from the series "Breaking Bad."
Adam and Jamie play with fire while Kari, Grant and Tory experiment with fireworks.
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