Adam and Jamie attempt to construct a deadly weapon from newspaper and underwear, based on a prison myth; Grant, Kari and Tory ponder vodka myths, including using it to remove cigarette smell from clothing and as insecticide.
A World War II myth about a turret gunner who fell 22,000 feet but was cushioned by a 1000-pound bomb going off beneath him is tested. Also: Grant, Kari and Tory check a myth about conserving electricity by leaving lights on.
Investigating a rumored Confederate weapon, a centrifugally driven, steam-powered machine gun. Also: myths about ways to beat a lie detector, including biting one's tongue, clenching buttocks and thinking happy thoughts.
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.