Adam Savage and the team find out what happens when the destructive power of chain reactions is let loose and investigate how to solve the ultimate Jenga challenge.
Adam Savage and the team put a Slinky to the test and try to use it to hoist a car. Then, they investigate if an ordinary pencil can really draw a line that's 35 miles long.
Adam Savage and team put an explosive myth to the test to find out if a single spark and air freshener can create a catastrophic car calamity. Meanwhile, they investigate an age-old dog urban legend to discover how much water a wet dog can shake.
Adam Savage and team investigate if the office paper shredder can cause a dangerous explosion when sprayed with canned air and then test if it is impossible to make mayonnaise during a lightning storm.
Adam Savage and a team of the best and brightest put duct tape to the ultimate test and investigate if the miracle material can be used as a viable parachute and as a quick fix for a flat tire.
Adam Savage and team tackle two explosively gassy myths: if Adam's famous gassy emissions have enough fuel to launch a rocket and if a patient's untimely flatulence made an operating room go up in flames.
Adam Savage and team test if old batteries can set off a dangerous chain reaction and get to the bottom of a age-old idiom with one of the world's best archers and a diabolically difficult trick-shot.
Adam Savage and the team test if a giant roach motel can trap a human, and if a spider's web is really stronger than steel.