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Adam Savage from "Mythbusters" puts his creative skills to the test by taking on bigger, badder creations in "Savage Builds." Each episode focuses on one project, as experts, friends, colleagues and people he admires join Adam to help him complete a project. It doesn't matter whether or not the project is a success or a failure, but it does focus on all of the collaboration that went into making it possible.

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Adam Savage teams up with TV personality Tory Belleci ("MythBusters") to stage the world's most epic food fight; using the latest science and technology, they build a rapid-fire weapon that turns hot dogs into projectiles.
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Adam Savage teams up with filmmaker Peter Jackson ("Lord of the Rings") to restore a fleet of fighter planes; using cutting-edge technology, they stage a high-flying dogfight straight out of World War I.
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Adam Savage teams up with Oscar-winning actor Gary Oldman to build one of Hollywood's deadliest weapons, the ZF1 Multi-Artillery Gun from "The Fifth Element", a weapon so lethal that it features both a rocket launcher and a flamethrower.
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Adam Savage and a demolition expert team up to test one of the most dangerous and explosive substances on the planet, and cutting-edge science and tech will reveal if nitroglycerine really deserves its notorious reputation.
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Adam Savage takes on the most inventive builds of his career, from an Iron Man-inspired suit of armor to a rocket propelled explosive weapon.
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Adam Savage and inventors build a deadly fleet of junkyard vehicles that look straight out of "Mad Max", and using scrapyard materials and wicked-smart engineering, they face off to see whose motorized monster packs the most vicious punch.
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Adam Savage and a NASA engineer team up to build a rocket-propelled experimental super-weapon that could have changed the course of World War II; using cutting-edge tech, they try to make this notorious engineering failure an explosive success.
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Richard Browning, the inventor and chief test pilot of the Gravity Jet Suit, which is powered by five 1,000-horsepower mini jet engines, helps get Adam's titanium Marvel Studios' Iron Man-inspired suit to fly.

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