Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage investigate whether an assassin could use an ice bullet for an evidence-free crime and what it takes to make a toilet explode. They also determine once and for all if it's better to walk or run through the rain.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage investigate how pressure affects silicone implants at high altitude and if using a cellphone at a gas station can have explosive results.
Jamie and Adam test how dangerous it is to answer the call of nature on a train track's electrified rail and if an eel-skin wallet can erase the magnetic information on credit cards. Also, they investigate what would happen if a pulley went awry while lifting 500 pounds of bricks.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage investigate if a penny dropped from a skyscraper can really kill a pedestrian and if a tanning bed can bake a body to death from the inside out. Also, they explore the idea of picking up radio signals in a tooth filling.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage investigate the chances of survival after being buried alive and jumping off a bridge if the water's surface has been broken. Also, they put cola myths to the test, from cleaning rust to cooking a steak.
Jaime Hyneman and Adam Savage try to make a working cannon from a tree and then see if Adam's tongue piercing can withstand the force of a lightning bolt. Also, they put the Breathalyzer to the test.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage put their noses to the test to determine if that nasty smell in the car is there to stay and then they try to flush out the truth of the raccoon in the drain myth.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage retrace the steps of escaped Alcatraz prisoners and find out if it's possible to survive the San Francisco Bay in a homemade raft. Then they investigate mind control experiments and the echo of a duck's quack.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage find out if a single bullet hole can cause explosive decompression and destroy an aircraft. They also explore using a gun cartridge as a car ignition fuse and the possibility of ripping a car off its rear axle, just like in the movies.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage find out if launching a chicken at an airplane will disrupt its flight and if a washing machine can really be deadly. They also explore the myth of the woman who swallowed an octopus egg then gave birth to an eight-legged offspring.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage find out if the rhythm of marching soldiers can collapse a bridge and if a rowing team is strong enough to pull Jamie up on water skis. They also investigate how much bacteria from the toilet settles on a toothbrush.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage try to dig up the truth on Jimmy Hoffa being allegedly buried in concrete under Giants Stadium. They also find out if a jet engine could launch a taxi 75 feet backward and if a daddy longlegs is the most venomous spider.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage explore the Titanic-sized myth of a sinking ship sucking passengers under as it goes down. Then they find out if goldfish remember anything for more than three seconds and what a lit firecracker does to a trombone.