Adam Savage on Breaking Glass

Adam Savage reflects on a world first: filming glass break as the result of a singer's voice.

Adam Savage on Breaking Glass

Adam Savage on Breaking Glass
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Adam Savage reflects on a world first: filming glass break as the result of a singer's voice.

San Francisco Drift

San Francisco Drift
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It\'s the fast and the curious as Jamie, Adam and Formula Drift racer Conrad Grunewald tackle two drifting myths.

Godzilla Was Here

Godzilla Was Here
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On location at a former NASA air testing facility, Adam Savage makes a baffling discovery.

The Drifting Moves

The Drifting Moves
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As Jamie whoops it up in the back of a limo with giggling fans, Adam maneuvers through the crowded streets of San Francisco.

Joyride of a Lifetime

Joyride of a Lifetime
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To find out if drifting is quicker or slicker, Jamie and Adam must first train with Formula Drift Racer Conrad Grunewald. And it's INSANE.

Drifters Aftershow

Drifters Aftershow
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Why does MythBusters look different? Was driving with Conrad scary? How hard was learning to drift? Jamie and Adam answer your questions.

Limo Power Slide High-Speed

Limo Power Slide High-Speed
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Watch in slow motion to see whether the perfect Hollywood 180 degree-slide into a parking spot - via limo, no less! - is possible.

Transformers
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Peruse our collection of all videos (including web exclusives) related to the MythBusters: Transformers episode.

Cache and Carry MiniMyth

Cache and Carry MiniMyth
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Can you really carry all the gear of a first-person shooter and remain operational? UFC's Brendan Schaub helps Jamie and Adam find out.

Amphibious Bike MiniMyth

Amphibious Bike MiniMyth
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Find out whether that viral video featuring an amphibious commuter bicycle could be real (and marvel at Adam's amazing balancing skillz).

Slightly Stumped

Slightly Stumped
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After deconstructing their Citroen 2CV, an initially stymied Jamie and Adam devise a possible plan toward building their motorcycle.

The Break Down

The Break Down
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How hard is it to take a Citroen 2CV with just a few simple tools? Er...

Video Games Special

Video Games Special
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After 11 years, it\'s FINALLY here: Jamie and Adam tackle video games -- DOOM and Fruit Ninja specifically.

DOOM Level 1

DOOM Level 1
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Adam takes idSoftware's Tim Willits on a tour of the real-life DOOM world he and Jamie have created. See how Tim felt it measured up to the "real" thing!

Fruit Ninja Moves

Fruit Ninja Moves
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If you haven't played Fruit Ninja before, let Adam Savage show you how it's done.

Fruit Ninja MiniMyth

Fruit Ninja MiniMyth
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Is it easier or harder to play the video game Fruit Ninja in real life (with a sword AND a chainsaw)? See what Jamie and Adam concluded.

Drifters Trailer

Drifters Trailer
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See what made the normally unflappable Hyneman say, 'Oh my GOD! Whoaaaaaaaaa!'

Video Game Special Trailer

Video Game Special Trailer
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You guys have been asking for this for YEARS. See what's in store for the long-awaited MythBusters Video Games Special.

Transformers Trailer

Transformers Trailer
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No, it's not THAT Transformers. But see what man vs. machine struggles ARE in store for Adam and Jamie in MythBusters: Transformers.

A-Team Special
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See video from the MythBusters: A-Team Special, including deleted scenes and Jamie and Adam's answers to your questions.

A-Team Sewer Blast MiniMyth

A-Team Sewer Blast MiniMyth
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95% of the time, what you see on TV or in movies has no bearing on actual physics. See a surprising exception to that rule.

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