The MythBusters put an exploding airbag to the ultimate test and tackle an epic movie myth using a rocket-powered sword.
The MythBusters investigate if a burglar can be shot out of a chimney when the fireplace is lit. Then they power up a chainsaw to test if a bullet embedded in a tree will have fatal consequences.
The MythBusters investigate if a water-heater can turn into a destructive torpedo, and they reveal the explosive power of flatulence.
The MythBusters investigate if a leaping carp could land a killer blow to a water skier. Then they turn up the volume and test if listening to aggressive music leads to more aggressive driving.
The MythBusters investigate two arrow-themed myths: if a flaming arrow fired into a car's gas tank will cause it to explode, and if a deadly-looking tribal initiation is as dangerous as it seems.
The MythBusters take on Hollywood's greatest invisible assassins with a trio of tall tales of ingenious booby traps.
The MythBusters take on an incredibly dangerous, glass-shattering movie myth and search for a no-cry kitchen cure for chopping onions.
The MythBusters investigate two tall tales from the Wild West: how deadly a dynamite-firing crossbow is, and the best way to shoot from the hip during a shootout.
The MythBusters test ways to beat police road spikes using DIY ingenuity and Hollywood driving skills. Then, they investigate if a high-powered fountain can actually lift and suspend a human.
The MythBusters investigate if it's possible to blow a safe open and not destroy the loot inside, and whether dog owners really look like their pets.