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2010 Episode Guide

posted: 04/11/12

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Boomerang Bullet: January 4, 2010

Were trees really used to launch diseased bodies over medieval walls? What happens when you shoot a bullet at a frying pan?

Soda Cup Killer: March 24, 2010

Jamie and Adam explore whether a cup of soda thrown from a car can kill, while Jessi, Tory and Grant see how long a good guy can hang by his fingertips.

Dive to Survive: March 30, 2010

Can a deep dive really save you from an explosion? Can a car be bulletproofed using ... phone books?

Spy Car Escape: April 7, 2010

Adam and Jamie try ways to lose a tail in a car chase, as Kari, Grant and Tory see if an object fired backward from a vehicle moving forward simply falls to the ground.

Bottle Bash: April 14, 2010

What's worse, having an empty beer bottle smashed over your head, or a full one? Could ancient armies have truly used animal hides to build their cannons?

No Pain, No Gain: April 30, 2010

Are some types of people (women, for example) more tolerant to pain? Then see if a BBQ propane tank can heat up enough in a fire to launch through a garage roof like a rocket.

Mythssion Control: May 5, 2010

In response to fan criticism, Kari, Grant and Tory retest "Knock Your Socks Off," while Jamie and Adam take on "Compact Compact" ... again.

Duct Tape Hour 2: May 12, 2010

Duct tape is put to the test again. Can it really be used to build bridges and fix cars?

Waterslide Wipeout: May 19, 2010

Jamie and Adam take on a wild viral video, while Kari, Grant and Tory test whether taking only right turns can save you gas.

Fireball Stun Gun: June 2, 2010

Does pepper spray + flannel shirt + stun gun = massive fireball, per CSI? Can fireworks really launch a person over a lake? (Watch the show! Don't try it at home!).

Flu Fiction: June 9, 2010

Jamie, Adam, Kari, Grant and Tory take on snot, sneezes and decapitation by tornado.

Top 25 Moments

In this special, the Fab Five look back at their top 25 most celebrated MythBusters moments.

Hair of the Dog: October 6, 2010

Can a sniffer dog be thrown off the scent using household items?

Storm Chasing Myths: October 13, 2010

Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman put tornados to the test alongside Storm Chasers Reed Timmer and Sean Casey.

Cold Feet: October 20, 2010

When you get cold feet, do your feet actually get cold? And what actually happens when the poop hits the fan?

Tablecloth Chaos: October 27, 2010

Can a motorcycle pull a tablecloth out from under a setting for a banquet? Do humans really only use 10% of their brain?

Arrow Machine Gun: November 3, 2010

Jamie and Adam attempt to build an arrow machine gun, while Kari, Grant and Tory test what's more dangerous: driving tipsy or tired.

MiniMyth Madness: November 10, 2010

Could your laptop save you from a speeding bullet? Is it easy to take candy from a baby?

Reverse Engineering: November 17, 2010

Jamie and Adam test whether a '70s sport car is as aerodynamic backward as forward, while Grant, Tory and Kari take a surfboard scene from Lethal Weapon 2 to task.

Inverted Underwater Car: November 24, 2010

Adam attempts to escape from an upside-down underwater car, while Kari, Grant and Tory take on Kiss the Girls.

Bug Special: December 1, 2010

Can a collision with a bug kill a biker? Can flies really lift a laptop? Does water repel flies?

President's Challenge: December 8, 2010

President Obama challenges Jamie and Adam to retest the Archimedes Death Ray myth again, while Kari, Grant and Tory take on Hellboy.

Green Hornet Special: December 15, 2010

Seth Rogen joins the MythBusters for two blockbusting stories from his film, The Green Hornet: Elevator Car Cut and Explosive Escape.

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