MythBusters 2007 Episode Guide

posted: 07/13/12
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Hindenberg Mystery: Jan. 10, 2007

Did hydrogen really cause the Hindenburg fire? Meanwhile Kari, Tory and Grant test the saying: "If you're being chased by a crocodile, run in a zig-zag, because crocs can't turn corners at speed."

Pirate Special: Jan. 17, 2007

Are cannonballs more deadly than the splinters sprayed from a mighty broadside blast? Why would a pirate wear a patch over a perfectly good eye?

Underwater Car: Jan. 24, 2007

Can you escape a submerged car? Is it possible to fold an 8"x11" piece of paper in half more than seven times? On the flip side, can the team create a piece of paper that's the size of a football field?

Speed Cameras: March 7, 2007

Can a driver beat a speed camera by speeding faster than they can click? How about using license plate protectors or changing lanes? Can a defibrillator's volts shock more than a heart?

Dog Myths: March 14, 2007

Is it possible to teach an old dog new tricks? Can a burglar really "beat the guard dog"? Will running a zig-zag pattern and doubling back really throw off a bloodhound's legendary nose?

More Myths Revisited: March 21, 2007

The MythBusters tackle a few myths that left you peeved, like "Exploding Trombone," "Sniper Scope," "Finger in the Barrel" and "Coke and Mentos."

Voice Flame Extinguisher: April 11, 2007

Is it possible to put out a fire using only your voice? Adam and Jamie put this myth to the test. Meanwhile, Grant, Tory and Kari go deeper ... deeper ... deeper into the world of hypnosis.

Birds in a Truck: April 18, 2007

If birds in a truck take flight do they lighten the load? Grant, Tory and Kari investigate if a photo found on the Net showing a speedboat impaled on a channel marker, almost neatly split in half, is real.

Walking on Water: April 25, 2007

Can ninjas run on water as movies like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon would have us believe? Kari, Tory and Grant try to find out if a ninja could really stop a samurai sword with his bare hands?

Western Myths: May 30, 2007

Adam and Jamie saddle up for some Western myths. Kari, Tory and Grant test the modern marvel of airbags. You've got it all: past and present; horses and cars; guns and explosions.

Big Rig Myths: June 6, 2007

In "Exploding Tire of Death," Adam and Jamie try to find out if an exploding truck tire can kill. Meanwhile, Kari, Tory and Grant investigate another fuel efficiency fable.

WATCH: Bike Drafting Minimyth

Grenades and Guts: June 13, 2007

Adam and Jamie test whether jumping on a grenade would save everyone in the vicinity.

WATCH: Explosion Exclusives

Snow Special: June 20, 2007

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! It's all about pure powder and the MythBusters team is ready to tear up those classic movie myths on everything snow.

Baseball Myths: Aug. 8, 2007

Can filling a baseball bat with cork inject more spring into your swing? Does wearing black under the eyes really reduce glare? Is it possible to hit a ball so hard that the cover flies off it?

Viewers' Special: Aug. 15, 2007

Can you sneeze with your eyes open? And if you do will your eyeballs pop out of their sockets? Can you stop a speeding car by putting it into reverse? Could a tennis ball with a hole cut in it pick a lock?

Red Rag to a Bull: Aug. 22, 2007

Does the color red drive a bull toward psychopathy? The team tests the saying: 'bull in a china shop.' And. if someone put their gun in the stove and turned it on would the results be lethal?

Superhero Hour: Aug. 29, 2007

The MythBusters are wearing their underpants on the outside. And why? Because this is Superhero Hour! The MythBusters test the Batmobile's 90-degree turn, the grappling hook, and ring punch.

Myth Revolution: Sept. 5, 2007

In RFID Tags, Kari, Tory and Grant are putting the latest RFID conspiracy theorists to the test. Meanwhile Adam and Jamie are testing a myth about weapons.

Trailblazers: Oct. 31, 2007

Adam and Jamie get on the trail of some flammable Hollywood fables (i.e. firing a bullet at a gas tank) while Kari, Grant and Tory see if a defibrilator will burn up an underwire bra.

Exploding Water Heater: Nov. 7, 2007

Can an ordinary water heater build up so much pressure that it rockets through the roof and into the atmosphere? Meanwhile, Tory, Grant, and Kari try on some all-American myths about blue jeans.

Special Supersized Myths: Nov. 14, 2007

In this supersized special, the MythBusters take on new great white shark myths, ramp up classic myths about jet taxis and rocket cars, and try to waterski behind a cruise ship.

Shooting Fish in a Barrel: Nov. 21, 2007

The MythBusters test the truth behind some time-honored sayings and conventional wisdom. Is shooting fish in a barrel really as easy as the proverb says? Are elephants scared of mice? What is the most effective cure for pain caused by hot chili peppers?

Pirates 2: Nov. 28, 2007

Is it possible to survive an overturned boat by breathing the trapped air? Can you escape being buried up to your neck in sand? If no ammo was available, could pirates use cutlery, glass and nails?

Confederate Steam Gun: Dec. 5, 2007

Jamie and Adam take on a steam-powered machine gun rumored to fire 400 rounds a minute at a 300-yard range. Kari, Grant, and Tory use their lying skills to test ways to beat a lie detector.

Airplane Hour: Dec. 12, 2007

Jamie and Adam take wing to test if a person with no flight training can safely land an airplane. Tory, Grant, and Kari jump on some Hollywood-inspired skydiving myths.

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