The cameras get a demonstration of death-defying blades in action, then Jeff takes to the skies for a slow-motion lesson in skydiving aerodynamics. Next, the team meets a physicist who plays with 200,000 volts of electricity.
Jeff and Matt kick things off with a 55-foot a medieval catapult, then they re-create a V-2 rocket disaster and see how much punishment a set of tires can take. Speaking of punishment, they also get a hands-on lesson in the brutal sport of Filipino stick fighting.
The team puts airbags to the ultimate test and recreates a few kitchen disasters. Then they reveal the anatomy of sparks and take a turn with champion rope jumpers. Finally, Jeff and Matt get into the ring and learn just how real wrestling is.
The team gets up close and personal with the band members of heavy-metal legend Metallica. Then Jeff and Matt chew things up with a chainsaw artist and get down with some dirt bikes.
Jeff and Matt go head over heels with champion divers and a shallow-dive record holder. Then they chew things up with vintage machine guns and hang ten with a motorcycle surfer, all captured on the super slow-motion cameras.
Jeff and Matt use the slow-motion cameras to get up close with some very deadly snakes. Then they throw down with three sumo wrestlers and jump around like kangaroos with flexible stilts called powerbockers.
Jeff and Matt use the slow-motion cameras to get a look at everyday things like bathrooms, water droplets and spreading germs. Then they head into the kitchen for a few special meals and two competitive eaters chow down.
The slow-motion cameras capture a martial arts expert who catches arrows barehanded. Then the team puts a champion guard dog through his paces and hoists a few with two professional strongmen, before finally rolling with the master of an oversized yo-yo.
Jeff and Matt get a close view of some firepower with a military weapons expert, then a self-defense instructor demonstrates how knives and household objects can be used as weapons. Finally, the team gets a look at some amazing fire tricks.
The team gets a slow-motion view of Las Vegas, starting with Penn and Teller tricks. Then they see new fire stunts from the Fuel Girls and finish with a behind-the-scenes tour of a water show produced by Cirque du Soleil.
Jeff and Matt get up close and personal with some very big cats then get in the cage with mixed martial artists to learn a few kicks and punches. Next, they turn the slow-motion cameras on some science experiments and card tricks.
Jeff and Matt take a ride on one of the world's tallest roller coasters then go for a spin in some hair-raising car stunts. Next, they meet some kids with amazing dexterity in sport stacking and a paddleball player before crushing a 4,700-gallon steel tanker.
Jeff and Matt make a big impression with a car crushing machine, then they get a lumberjack lesson before Matt competes in a log-rolling contest. Finally, the team ramps things up with skateboard legend Danny Way.
The team meets the Blue Man Group and explores the science of propellers, fluid dynamics and violent chemical reactions. Then they show some super slow-motion clips most requested by the viewers.