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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.

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aired 180 days ago
Adam and Jamie use duct tape to survive in the desert.
aired 180 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?
aired 180 days ago
Swinging Luke and Leia across a chasm with a grappling hook; an Ewok log crushing an Imperial "Chicken Walker"; surviving in a tauntaun's belly.
aired 187 days ago
Celebrity chef Alton Brown helps the team discover if it can cook lasagna in a dishwasher or a meal beneath the hood of a car.
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Adam and Jamie find out if it is impossible to stay afloat in carbonated water; determining whether an arrow carrying explosives can split a tree in half.
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A movie myth about magazines and toasters; investigating the skies for blue ice.
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A test to determine if it is possible to jump out the way of a bullet; how hard do you hit the water when jumping from great heights?
aired 194 days ago
Adam and Jamie hit the road with some fancy footwear; Tory and Grant try out a turbo-charged go-cart.
aired 194 days ago
The Hyneman and Captain Redbeard tackle the pirate movie myth; a turbo charged go-cart.
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Adam and Jamie literally play with fire; Kari, Grant, and Troy play with fireworks.
aired 223 days ago
Herding cats; catching a greased pig; ten pounds of feces in a five-pound bag.
aired 223 days ago
Firearm cliches; firing a bent-barreled shotgun; firing a gun in space; dropping a gun in a deep fryer; stopping a bullet with weird items; shooting a neon sign.
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"Mythbusters" fans take control.
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Putting a Hollywood lighting myth to the test; trying to stop cars that are out of control.
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Adam and Jamie tackle the biggest, dirtiest build in Mythbusters history; saving gas by making only right turns.
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How to avoid injuries from shock waves in the water; does armor made of paper compare to steel armor?
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Changing a flat tire without using a spare; can a fishing reel catch fire by hooking onto a fast fish?
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Jamie and Adam do battle with each other; Kari, Tory and Grant endure a snowy challenge.
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Kari, Grant and Tory try to propel a sailboat that is adrift with a fan.
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Adam and Jamie attempt to re-enact a 13th-century Syrian torpedo; Kari, Grant and Teri try to determine whether fire on a truck loaded with wine bottles will cause the corks to shoot out.
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Adam and Jamie test to see if they can walk on water; Tory tests if common things can be bombproof.

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