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So exactly how hard is it to find a needle in a haystack, anyway? And can water dripping on your forehead really drive you nuts? Those are the kinds of questions, myths and urban legends that are put to the test in this humorous series that seeks to find out which myths are true and which are not.

Latest episodes

aired 77 days ago
Investigating myths that can potentially be tried at home.
aired 77 days ago
Testing household myths; exploding a vacuum cleaner with black powder; sunscreen scorching skin; piano through a roof; exploding water heater extinguishing fire.
aired 77 days ago
Testing if a motorcycle can travel across water at high speeds; a parachute made from hotel room contents.
aired 77 days ago
Explosive scenarios from Hollywood; shooting a live grenade in midair; containing an explosion within an ordinary object.
aired 77 days ago
The boys test whether a trench corner can slow down a shockwave and save a soldier.
aired 77 days ago
Supersonic ping pong; lighting a frozen fuse on an ice cannon.
aired 77 days ago
Herding cats; catching a greased pig; ten pounds of feces in a five-pound bag.
aired 95 days ago
Fan favorites are taken to the next level and no result is safe.
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Adam and Jamie push the limits when it comes to speed.
aired 95 days ago
Adam and Jamie are abandoned on a desert island with only sticky silver adhesive; can tape be used to find water, food, build shelter and escape?
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The team tests frightening myths.
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Jamie, Adam and Kari apply science to the theory that the more they drink, the more attractive they find the opposite sex.
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Adam and Jamie get to the bottom of two filthy myths; Tory, Grant and Jessi check out a manic movie myth.
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Adam and Jamie test duct tape's strength, adhesion and load-bearing capability to the limit.
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The team rolls out the sticky carpet for the most versatile implement in the toolbox while tackling a trio of tall tales about duct tape.
aired 96 days ago
Adam and Jamie test three viral videos; Kari, Grant, and Toby attempt to repair a plane with duct tape.
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The team takes five fan favorites and focuses on a new facet for each.
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The team tests two dangerous tales from the wrong side of the tracks.
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Adam and Jamie test whether an out-of-control car really crashes and burns every time; Kari, Tory and Grant test a story about the world's first rocketeer.
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Jamie risks Adam's life to revisit one of the show's most successful myths.
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Adam and Jamie test whether it is possible to put out a fire using only a voice.

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