More Episode Guides
James Bond, Part 1: Jan. 16, 2008
Can an electromagnetic watch really deflect a bullet? Would a round from Bond's gun pierce a propane cylinder? Could a boat survive driving up the bank of a river intact?
Lead Balloon: Jan. 23, 2008
Can Adam and Jamie get a lead balloon to fly? Is it possible to drop a couple sticks of dynamite into a lake and create ideal surfing conditions?
Airplane on a Conveyor Belt: Jan. 30, 2008
The team takes a crash-course in remote controlled airplane flying, bug-out by testing the "cockroach survival" theory, then return to fraternity pranks with exploding cans of shaving cream.
James Bond, Part 2: Feb. 6, 2008
Is it possible for a pen-sized bomb to blow a crash-test dummy clean in half? Can Oddjob's sartorial weapon slice the head off a statue?
MacGyver Myths: Feb. 20, 2008
Jamie and Adam try to blow a hole in a wall using pure sodium metal dropped in a water bottle. The build team tries building an ultralight airplane with raw bamboo, a small stolen engine, and duct tape.
Viewers' Special 2: Feb. 13, 2008
Why would ancient man go to all the trouble of making stone arrowheads when sharpening a stick would have done the same job? Could machine gunfire mow down a tree?
Alaska Special: April 23, 2008
Adam and Jamie test the theory of cabin fever. Can a solitary stick of dynamite really sink a pickup parked on a frozen lake? The build team takes on the myth of car vs. moose.
Shark Week Special 2: July 27, 2008
Do dogs and injured "flapping" fish attract sharks? Will Robo-Shark eat Tory?
Exploding Steak: Aug. 6, 2008
We test two myths suggested by the fans: alternate steak tenderizing methods and road rage.
NASA Moon Landing: Aug. 27, 2008
Adam and Jamie investigate if the U.S. government shot the footage of the astronauts in a studio. The build team takes on claims that footage of footprints and flags flapping have to be faked.
Viral Hour: Sept. 3, 2008
Can a car be blasted 15 feet in the air with the water pressure from 10 fire hoses? Can ordinary sawdust when airblasted through a flame explode into a catastrophic fireball? Do goats really faint?
Phone Book Friction: Sept. 10, 2008
If you interweave the pages of two phone books, are they impossible to pull apart? Can the build team dispell five mini-myths from the movie Deep Blue Sea?
Water Stun Gun: Sept. 17, 2008
Is an electronic stun gun mixed with water a possible weapon for crowd control? Can a fire extinguisher caught in a fire actually blow up? Is walking over hot coals just mind over matter?
Blind Driving: Oct. 8, 2008
Is it really possible to drive a car completely blind? Do metal cleats on golf shoes really attract lightning. Can a huge underground explosion really cause a ball to drop from the lip into the hole?
Ninjas 2: October 15, 2008
Can an arrow be caught in midair? Is there really a punching technique that can floor an opponent with only a 1-inch lead in? Can an underwater blowpipe be stealthily used to fell an opponent?
Alcohol Myths: Oct. 22, 2008
Is there such thing as "beer goggles"? Can running on a treadmill or slapping someone's face help to sober up a drunk person? Can an ancient medieval weapon really fire 200 arrows over 500 yards?
Motorcycle Flip: Oct. 29, 2008
Can a flagpole in the front wheel of a motorcycle create a head-over-handlebars flip? Kari, Grant and Tory test whether or not it is possible to break out of jail using bed sheets, hair and toilet paper.
Coffin Punch: Nov. 5, 2008
The team tests what is really bulletproof. Then, they test whether is is possible to escape if you are buried alive inside a coffin.
End With a Bang: Nov. 12, 2008
Is it really true that you can't polish dung? Is hitting the ground at speed really faster than a standing start? Then, Adam and Jamie test another classic - is it really best to end with a bang?