The guys experiment with drifting on dirt. Later, bulletproof items are tested and surviving explosions.
A battle of the sexes unfolds as the gang tests five gender-based clichés.
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.
Adam and Jamie lay some Western myths to rest; Kari, Tory and Grant test automobile air bags.
A spy's escape scenario and a myth spawned by a physics experiment are put to the test.
A Hollywood lighting myth is tested; experiments to stop out-of-control cars are conducted.
Myths about car chases are examined; animal deterrents are tested.
Adam and Jamie test three legends about guns, including what would happen if a bullet were shot directly down the barrel of another gun; and Kari, Grant and Tori find out what happens when two hammers strike each other.
Myths about explosions are tested.
Adam and Jamie weigh in on a famous assassination attempt; Kari, Grant and Tory try to determine if one can really can "slap some sense" into someone.
Conspiracy-theory myths about RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags in $20 bills and car tires; throwing bullets into a fire; identity theft.
A viral video feat and a claim about gas mileage are tested.
Adam and Jamie try to find out if an exploding truck tire can kill; Kari, Tory and Grant check out how much fuel can be saved by drafting another car.
Gun stunts featured in Hollywood films are tested.
Adam and Jamie bid farewell to their favorite pastime with two explosive tall tales.
Examining how to use duct tape for survival in this scenario that finds the hosts stranded on a desert island.
The guys test weapons for a possible zombie apocalypse. Later, methods for waiting in line while shopping are examined.
The 'Laws of Attraction' are tested. Included: whether men prefer blondes; whether women are more attracted to rich men.
The team test gender-based clichés. Included: asking for directions; parallel parking.
Adam and Jamie destroy two cars with a vacuum cleaner and explosives.
Adam and Jamie meet President Obama in this reexamination of a myth pertaining to a weapon developed by Archimedes.
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